Three recruits have received ratings of 100 or above by 247Sports.
247Sports updated its rankings for the 2018 recruiting class today. This is the final update to the rankings for the '18 class.
The rankings are highlighted by the three players at the top. Two have ratings of "101" (we didn't know that was possible) and one has a rating of "100."
Here's where those three recruits will play in college.
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Rating: 101
Committed to: Clemson
Lawrence, the No. 1 overall recruit in the 2018 class, has the looks of a future No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft. He's got elite size - he's 6-foot-6 - and an NFL arm.
The pro-style Georgia product is so good that some believe he'll earn Clemson's starting quarterback job over Kelly Bryant. He's enrolled early with the Tigers and should be a serious contender in the quarterback competition.
Justin Fields, QB, Rating: 101
Committed to: Georgia
Fields, a five-star dual-threat quarterback, is the No. 2 overall recruit in the 2018 class. He's maybe as talented as Lawrence, but with a different skillset.
The Georgia native is 6-foot-3, 221 pounds and like Lawrence, he too could compete for playing time right away. It's more unlikely, considering the Bulldogs have Jake Fromm, but the same thing was likely being said a year ago, when many thought Jacob Eason was the obvious starter.
Eyabi Anoma, DE, Rating: 100
Committed to: Alabama
Anoma, a 6-foot-5, 235-pound product out of Maryland, is the No. 3 overall recruit in the 2018 class. He's another freak lineman that's going to Alabama and will probably be a top pick in the NFL Draft.
"If anyone were to top Lawrence for that No. 1 spot, it was actually Eyabi Anoma that got the most serious consideration. What he flashed at the Under Armour game as a pass-rusher, the athleticism he showed all week in practice, the size, the limited experience playing the game — Anoma’s incredible upside did tempt the Rankings Council. Given all the unpredictable mental challenges of the quarterback position, Anoma, as a defensive end, may actually be the safest pick in the class," writes 247Sports' Barton Simmons.
You can view the full updated rankings for the 2018 recruiting class here.