The East 150 is top heavy with talent from Virginia, has commitments from schools across the nation but many of the top players remain uncommitted in the preseason rankings.
East 150 State-by-State|
New Jersey: 30
New York: 8
Washington, D.C.: 8
West Virginia 1
There are 14 uncommitted four-star prospects, and an uncommitted five-star prospect.
Inside the region, Rutgers (12), Penn State (10), Virginia Tech (8) and Boston College (8) have the most players committed in the East 150, but there is a definite outside influence.
Michigan has commitments from six players in the East 150 while North Carolina (5) and Notre Dame (5) have done very well in the region.
Virginia's top player, five-star defensive tackle Da'Shawn Hand of Woodbridge High, remains uncommitted. The same is true for the top player in Washington, D.C., which is four-star cornerback Jalen Tabor of Friendship Collegiate Academy.
In Maryland, the No. 1 player is uncommitted offensive tackle Damian Prince of Forestville Bishop McNamara.
In Pennsylvania, the top four players are yet to commit and Aliquippa High four-star cornerback Dravon Henry tops the list.
Even in New York, Brooklyn Abraham Lincoln defensive tackle Thomas Holley is uncommitted. He is the top player in the state.
2014 East 150