East Coast Focus: Four Major Ranking Questions as We Head into Summer

Spring Camp Season Provides Insight for 2025 and 2026 Rankings

As spring camp season comes to a close, the national analyst team is gearing up for their post-spring rankings update. With new information and performances from top recruits, the rankings are expected to see significant changes for the 2025 and 2026 classes.

In the upcoming rankings meetings, the national analyst team will address their biggest questions, starting with the East region. Here are some of the key storylines to watch out for:

1. Missouri quarterback commit, Matt Zollers, is expected to see a rise in the rankings update. Zollers, a Pennsylvania native, has been a four-star prospect since last fall but has never cracked the Rivals250. However, that is set to change as he is projected to be grouped with other top quarterbacks like Akili Smith Jr., Tramell Jones, Bryce Baker, Husan Longstreet, and more.

2. The wide receiver rankings in the East are also due for a shake-up. Quincy Porter currently leads the group, followed by Shamarius Peterkin and Braswell Thomas. Look out for rising prospects like Malik Clark and Jerel Bolder, who have shown impressive progress in both physical and technical development.

3. The 2026 rankings will also see updates, particularly in the East region where a five-star prospect has yet to emerge. Top prospects like Samari Matthews, Kendre’ Harrison, and Savion Hiter are expected to be at the forefront of discussions, with their standout performances during the offseason garnering attention.

4. The offensive line rankings in the East region are set for significant changes in the upcoming update. A deep pool of talented linemen, including Kevin Brown, Ekene Ogboko, Da’Ron Parks, Pierre Dean, Carter Scruggs, Tyler Merrill, Darius Gray, Desmond Green, and Leo Delaney, are likely to see movement in the rankings based on their performances at the recent Rivals Camp Series in Charlotte.

Overall, the post-spring rankings update is shaping up to be an exciting one, with plenty of new developments and surprises in store for the 2025 and 2026 recruiting classes. Stay tuned for the latest updates and projections from the national analyst team as they finalize the rankings in the coming weeks.

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