NSD 2023: Ten prospects still on flip watch

If Monday was any indication, as three different high-profile flips went down, the rest of National Signing Day Week will be extremely busy.

It will be hard to top No. 1 quarterback Dylan Raiola’s change of heart, switching from UGA to Nebraska on Monday, which is right up there with Travis Hunter as one of the biggest last-minute flips of all time.

But there are several top prospects potentially on the verge of making a similar move come Wednesday. Here are the 10 highest-ranked we have close eyes on as Wednesday approaches.

FLIP MONDAY: Dylan Raiola | Jordan Lyle | Xavier Filsaime

Ohio State has lost traction on multiple commitments down the home stretch, but it’s the nation’s top prospect who could push the perception one way or the other. Hold onto the south Floridian and the day could be viewed as a win. Lose him and no matter what else happens it’s a rough end to the cycle.

Smith has been committed to the Buckeyes for more than a calendar year and has always maintained his plans to attend the university come January barring something unforeseen. Most think Brian Hartline is the most critical cog in Ohio State’s court and he’s still in Columbus, so a move toward Florida State, Miami or Florida would present as that much more crushing.

All things even, Smith is fairly likely to stick but Florida State’s undefeated season and Miami’s recruiting success aren’t to be overlooked until things are official Wednesday afternoon.



Like Smith, Bolden has remained on course with his commitment. He is saying the right things about Mike Norvell’s program and was in Tallahassee over the weekend for his final visit of the recruiting process.

Still, Rivals sources have both Auburn and Georgia continuing to press for the top safety projection in…


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