The 7 Best Uncommitted Players At The Freedom Bowl

The 2019 Freedom Bowl Is LIVE On Flo

Nearly 20 three-star and above prospects will be on display this weekend at the Freedom Bowl, and while the majority of them are committed, there remains plenty of talent still looking for the school they will play for at the next level. 


James Williams, Western (FL), Safety | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Ranked as the number four overall player in the class of 2021, Williams can do it all. The American Heritage transfer can play close to the line of scrimmage and stop the run or drop in coverage and become a ball hawk. At 6'4, Williams towers over the competition and flies around the field.

Offers: Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, and many more. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Lorenzo Styles Jr, Pickerington Central (OH), WR | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The four-star wideout from the class of 2021 does a little bit of everything for Pickerington Central. Styles is the Tigers top receiving target, plays corner, and also returns punts and kicks on occasion. The junior wideout is a burner who ran a 4.43 40-yard dash at Notre Dame’s Elite Skills Camp last June. 

Offers: Auburn, Notre Dame, Ohio State. Styles has many more offers but recently said that those schools are his top three.

Eli Sutton, Brentwood Academy (TN), Tackle | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The tackle anchors the offensive line for a Brentwood Academy team that has won four straight Tennessee state titles. Sutton is an elite talent that currently holds over 15 power five offers before playing a snap as a junior. 

Offers: Arkansas, Florida, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and more. 

Noah Josey, Brentwood Academy (TN), Guard | ⭐️⭐️⭐️

One elite lineman is enough to make your line one of the best in the state. Two elite offensive linemen and you have one of the best lines in the country. Josey is a big 6'5 junior guard who consistently overpowers defenders before finishing them with a pancake block. He could be a candidate to pick up a few more stars over the next two years. 

Offers: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, and of course a lot more. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Demeatric Crenshaw, Pickerington Central (OH), QB | ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Despite being listed as a dual-threat quarterback, Demeatric Crenshaw wants to beat you with his arm first. The three-star prospect does an outstanding job of extending plays and keeping his eyes downfield to turn nothing into something. Crenshaw becomes a much bigger threat on the ground when the Tigers enter the red zone. 

Offers: Boston College, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville. 

Jaden Slocum, Alpharetta (GA), Safety | ⭐️⭐️⭐️

The junior safety is the definition of the playmaker. While he stars in the defensive backfield, Slocum is comfortable lining up at wide receiver and is a serious deep threat when he does. Slocum's strength is in coverage and he does a great job playing the ball in the air. As just a sophomore, he picked off four passes. 

Offers: Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Tennesse, and plenty of others. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Devyn Curtis, Brentwood Academy (TN), ILB | ⭐️⭐️⭐️

To say the senior linebacker has a nose for the football might be an understatement. As a junior, Curtis racked up 115 tackles, 15 for a loss, and recorded 9 sacks. No matter where the ball is on the field Curtis finds his way there in a hurry.

Offers: Kentucky, Mississippi State, Nebraska, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Virginia. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Big Ten Football Streaming In Mexico September 21

Another weekend, another great weekend of matchups. Three non-conference matchups will go down along with an important Big Ten West battle. 

FOX College Football Streaming Live Sept. 20-21

After a weekend with no ranked vs ranked matchups, this weekend has plenty to offer beginning with a Friday night showdown in the Coliseum and ending with a Big Ten battle in Camp Randall. 

Delaware Looks To Bounce Back Against Penn


Delaware coach Danny Rocco said he liked what he saw when quarterback Nolan Henderson played in the second half of last weekend’s 47-22 loss to top-ranked North Dakota State. Rocco will get a longer look at Henderson when No. 20 Delaware faces Penn on Saturday at Delaware Stadium.

New Hampshire, URI Are Both Hunting Their First Victory Of 2019

HIGHLIGHTS: Delaware at Rhode Island

New Hampshire makes its first appearance on FloFootball this season with a trip to Rhode Island on Saturday night.

No. 5 Towson Hosts No. 18 Villanova In CAA's Game Of The Week

From traveling to No. 7 one week, to hosting No. 18 the next: fifth-ranked Towson’s first two league games provide an appropriate snapshot of autumns in the Colonial Athletic Association.

An Attacking Towson Defense Has Tigers Eyeing The Ultimate Prize

Stare Into The 'Soul' Of Towson Football

Past results don’t have to dictate future outcomes – just look at the Towson defense. 

Surging Coastal Carolina Is Next Up For UMass At McGuirk

UMass returns home to McGuirk Alumni Stadium on Saturday, seeking its first win of 2019 and hosting a red-hot opponent in Coastal Carolina.

Clark Atlanta, Central State Look For First Win

After a tough loss a week ago to Allen University, Clark Atlanta gears up for their first SIAC game of the season against a Central State squad who is also coming off a tough loss of their own to Southwest Baptist University. 

CAA News & Notes: CAA Pacing The FCS In More Ways Than One

Another week, another big spot for fifth-ranked Towson. Seven days after dismantling Maine in Orono in a matchup of teams ranked in the FCS Top 10, the Tigers will host surging No. 18 Villanova on Saturday. That's just one of the storylines to watch in Week 4.

Live This Week: September 21, 2019

Another week, another loaded slate of college football is live on FloFootball. From big-time FBS games in Canada and Mexico, CAA battles, and SIAC showdowns, we've got a little bit over everything for you this weekend.