Here is a look at the last five commitments out of the Southeast.
Chris Barr | | WR | 5-11 /170 | Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian
Committed to: Utah
Notes: Versatile player who could play on either side of the ball on the next level. Not one thing may wow you about Barr when watching him, but he does many things well. He has good hands, he is athletic, and he plays with confidence. He has the ability to play wide receiver or defensive back at Utah.
Duke Shelley | | CB | 5-9/163 | Tucker (Ga.)
Committed to: Kansas State
Notes: Small in stature, but tough, and a true football player. A weapon on special teams as a return man and he displays his quickness all over the field. Can cover in man coverage, but needs to improve his off-coverage. His size limits him against bigger receivers, but this could be a steal for the Wildcats.
Almonzo Brown | | WR | 6-2/220 | Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett
Committed to: Minnesota
Notes: Strong hands, physical player, and one who is not afraid to block on the outside. Could be a big receiver or become an H-Back type on the next level. Can be a weapon against linebackers and he will be a yards after catch kid who can break the initial tackle against defensive backs. Can work on his speed and route running.
Joshua McMillon | | ILB | 6-3/239 | Memphis (Tenn.) Whitehaven
Committed to: Alabama
Notes: A true downhill player. Loves to come on the blitz, loves to attack the quarterback, and he is a strong player when moving north-south. Not a true sideline to sideline inside linebacker who plays well in space, but one who can fill a gap, take on blocks, and make plays between the tackles. An ideal fit for a 3-4 defensive scheme, which Alabama runs.
Venzell Boulware | | OT | 6-3/272 | Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside
Committed to: Tennessee
Notes: A versatile offensive lineman with guard size, but tackle-type feet. He moves well in space, he can react to the quick defensive ends, and he has better-than-average length. He still is filling out his frame and building his strength. Solid in pass-pro, but can hold his blocks better and improve hand placement.
McMillon picks Alabama: