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Where The Nation's Top Uncommitted 2019 Recruit Is Expected To Commit

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In mid December, college football's Early Signing Period kicked off and ended with the majority of the nation's top recruits announcing their commitments and signing their Letters of Intent.

The top five recruits in the country, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings, all signed with their teams during the Early Signing Period.

In the weeks following the Early Signing Period, even more recruits have decided where they want to play their college football. Five-star wide receiver Jadon Haselwood announced his commitment to Oklahoma earlier this month and Bru McCoy - the No. 9 recruit in the 2019 class - is headed to Texas on a transfer after enrolling early at USC.

With most of the nation's top recruits already committed and signed, a top-10 recruit remains unsigned.

Five-star offensive tackle Darnell Wright is the No. 10 recruit in the country, according to 247Sports' Composite Rankings and is the top uncommitted recruit left in the nation.

So, where is he projected to commit?

According to 247Sports' Crystal Ball Predictions, Tennessee is the heavy favorite to land the West Virginia native.

Alabama is also in the hunt, but it's all Volunteers as Wright's decision looms. Jeremy Pruitt and company hold the No. 15 recruiting class for the 2019 cycle.

The addition of Wright would certainly help that ranking.