WR Cam Coleman – Texas A&M
Ranked by 247Sports as the No. 7 player in the country, Coleman’s 6-foot-4 and 190-pound frame combine extremely well with his elusiveness and tremendous catch radius. In short, Coleman has shown the physical skills and football IQ to one day be a college football star.
This was a dramatic flip that took months of work following his commitment to Texas A&M.
LB Demarcus Riddick – Georgia
This kid is a monster on the field.
Riddick’s talent as a five-star prospect is evident, and he had a stat line in his junior year to prove it. The rising senior totaled 109 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, seven sacks, three interceptions, four pass deflections, and a forced fumble. He can play in the box as a middle linebacker, on the line as an edge, and has enough versatility to be productive in guarding wide receivers and tight ends.
Flipping any player away from Georgia – especially a high-profile linebacker like Riddick – goes a long way for the Tigers’ future recruiting success in the Bulldogs’ state.
Auburn needs more momentum there, and they started it with Riddick.
WR Perry Thompson – Alabama
Thompson flipped from Alabama back in July and gave Auburn their first five-star commit since the 2019 recruiting class. The No. 32 overall prospect is a big, physical receiver with a large catch radius. Just how Freeze likes his receivers.
Auburn desperately needs some height and aggression on the outside, and Thompson provides that. A flip from the Tigers’ archrival was icing on the cake.
As much as Hugh Freeze and Auburn need to start winning more in Georgia, they desperately need to start making moves in Alabama.
EDGE Jamonta Waller – Florida
A 6-foot-2, 225-pound EDGE from Picayune Memorial High School in Picayune, Mississippi. Walker is the No. 5 EDGE and the No. 29 prospect overall in the 2024 class according to the 247Sports recruiting rankings.
During his junior season, Walker finished with 106 tackles, 24 TFL, 11.5 sacks, one INT, one forced fumble, and two fumble recoveries.
A statistical beast that flipped from a strong SEC school.