It's not just commitments at Hargrave Military Academy this season. Head coach Troy Davis's team has one other prospect that holds offers and a few other sleepers to keep an eye on.
"Except for the four commits, the rest are uncommitted and showing some flashes."
The lone other player with offers is true senior Irving Huggins out of St. Cloud, Florida.
"He's a 6-foot-2, 215-pound running back," he said. "He's got about three offers from Marshall, USF and UCF. I think a lot more offers will come his way with the type of back he is.
"He's an SEC/ACC type of back with a 4.6 40. His mother wanted him to be in a much more structured environment. She's Jamaican and wants a disciplined and structured environment for him that's why she put him in this setting here."
The remainder of the prospects to watch are still looking for their first offers.
Aside from Huggins, Davis is interested about two other tailbacks he's got.
"Tyree Massey and Andre Hunt I feel really good about," he said. "Tyree is from Fayetteville and rushed for 1,200-yards and it just came down to his academics. I think a year here and he's going to go somewhere. He's going to have an upside to him.
"Andre is 6-foot-0, 215-pounds from Seantrel Henderson's high school in Minnesota. We're really pleased with him. I think we've got three good backs and all three are big-time backs."
Davis noted a few offensive linemen as well to watch.
"Rodney Carroll out of Locust Grove is 6-foot-6, 295-pounds," he said. "I know he's been to Virginia for camp and they have expressed an interest. I'd really like to see Virginia come hard on him.
"We've got Byron Williams, he's 6-foot-5, 300-pounds and there is a possibility with LSU.
"Michael Berardi is a 6-foot-4, 284-pounder out of West Virginia. He could be a Big Ten kid. He's a really solid guard for us.
"Another kid is Justin Senior out of Montreal, Canada. He's a 6-foot-6, 280-pounder. He's going to be a blue-chipper. He's got really quick feet and any schools looking for a lineman are going to be intrigued by this kid. His brother plays for Connecticut as a defensive end. Academically he's got the grades, he's just coming to get better talent.
"Finally, Mike Jones out of Fayetteville is a 6-foot-6, 340-pounder. He's a physical force to be reckoned with as a tackle."