Early look at top 2019 recruiting class

While they can't sign with a school for more than a year, many members of the Class of 2019 ESPN Junior 300 have committed. There is still much to be decided, that doesn't mean some classes aren't already beginning to take shape. Here's a look at the top 10 2019 classes.

1. Georgia Bulldogs

The Bulldogs are already cleaning up inside the state lines headlined by ESPN Jr. 300 receivers Jadon Haselwood and Dominick Blaylock, along with edge player Nolan Smith, who transferred from the Peach State to IMG Academy in Florida. Kirby Smart and company have landed three other ranked prospects in defensive back Jalen Perry, defensive tackle Rashad Cheney and offensive tackle Luke Griffin.