The National Football Post came out with their early 2015 college football recruiting ranks, so with out out further ado... here are some fan favorites.
4. Auburn: Coming off of their appearance in the BCS title game, Gus Malzahn and Co. had a string of pledges last month, including running back/safety Kerryon Johnson, guards Kaleb Kim and Marquel Harrell as well as tackle Bailey Sharp. Tyler Queen is an intriguing prospect at quarterback, while Jordan Colbert is a versatile safety/outside linebacker. Meanwhile, JUCO wide receiver Jason Smith and cornerback Tony Bridges have a chance to step in and contribute right away.
6. Clemson: Dabo Swinney continues to bring top talent to Death Valley, and the 2015 class is led by a strong crop of offensive linemen. Mitch Hyatt is arguably the top tackle in the nation, while Jake Fruhmorgen and Noah Green are also committed to play O-Line. Dual-threat signal-callers Kelly Bryant and Tucker Israel are also on board to potentially run future offenses for Chad Morris (if he isn't a head coach somewhere else, of course).
7. Tennessee: The Volunteers, coming off of an amazing 2014 haul, are in line for yet another strong class. They have 11 players committed as of now, led by wide receiver Preston Williams. Offensive lineman Jack Jones and defensive end Andrew Butcher are also in the mix, and Butch Jones will only continue to improve the talent level in Knoxville.
9. Miami (FL): Al Golden continues to raise the talent level in Coral Gables. The Hurricanes have pledges from running back Dexter Williams and tight end Bowman Archibald, who are two of the better players at their respective positions. And they are still in play for some of the top uncommitted prospects such as Torrance Gibson, CeCe Jefferson, Shy Tuttle and Jacques Patrick.
14. South Carolina: The Gamecocks have pledges from eight players, led by defensive end Shameik Blackshear, who is one of the best weakside defensive ends in the country. Defensive back Mark Fields II and linebacker Sherrod Pittman are also committed. Steve Spurrier's program vaulted up these rankings with the recent pledges of dual-threat quarterback Lorenzo Nunez and tight end Kyle Markway, two intriguing prospects.
19. West Virginia: Dana Holgorsen and his staff have hit Florida hard and struck it rich, with pledges from players such as wide receivers Jovon Durante and Kahlil Lewis, running back Alex Anderson and safeties Kendrell McFadden, Kevin Williams and Sheldrick Redwine.
21. North Carolina: Larry Fedora and his staff are putting together a very strong class, and it's highlighted by tight end Carl Tucker, who is one of the best at his position. Offensive tackle Mason Veal is one of the better O-Linemen in the country, while dual-threat signal-callers Anthony Ratliff and Nathan Elliott are intriguing. Defensively, safety Ronnie Harrison and outside linebacker Andre Smith are nice lands from Florida.
23. USC: Steve Sarkisian has done a wonderful job since coming back to Los Angeles, as he has pledges from top Georgia offensive tackle Chuma Edoga and one of the best quarterbacks in the country, in-state signal-caller Ricky Town. Defensively, tackle Jacob Daniel is a nice pickup.
If I didn't list your school and there in the top 25 rankings, I apologize.