The college football world may be paused, but evaluation never stops. 247Sports released its latest 2021 ranking on Wednesday, dubbing a pair of new five-star and making significant overall changes to the Top247.

These changes were based off around six weeks of camps and offseason workouts across the country. In the future, the rankings – given the state of our nationwide pause on spots – will be based on more granular evaluations of film and deep dives into prospect based on our network of contacts.

To get a peek into potential future changes (it’s never too early) 247Sports polled its rankings council on players they personally thought were ranked too low. These are the recruits our evaluators are in love with and may be in line for future bumps.

These are the players our experts are taking a stand for.

Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor HS (Texas): Offensive guardRank: No. 114Recruitment: Uncommitted

“One of the more powerful offensive linemen in recent memory, Foster is an explosive interior prospect with the balance and body control coveted at the position. He’s a people mover in the run game that I think will naturally be able to anchor in pass pro. Toughness and effort will never be a question for one of the nation’s top shot-put and discus throwers as well. I believe Foster will be minimum a three-year starter for someone in college before hearing his name called in the NFL Draft. He reminds me some of another prospect I was high on coming out of high school – Bryan Hudson. He started as a true freshman last fall for Virginia Tech. Foster is thicker, but their profiles are relatively the same.” – Steve Wilftong, 247Sports Director of Recruiting

Sam Huard, Kennedy Catholic HS (Washington)QuarterbackRank: No. 20Recruitment: Committed to Washington

“It’s hard to say a player ranked No. 1 nationally at his position is underrated; Sam Huard is the No. 1 pro-style quarterback in the country and a top 20 prospect nationally. But I think he’s the top quarterback – period. I know there is more of a move toward dual-threat quarterbacks, and understandably so. But I also think elite pro-style, pocket passers are being overlooked because the shift is so dramatic. Huard was the initial No. 1 quarterback nationally in the inaugural 2021 rankings released two years ago, and he hasn’t done anything to change my mind. He’s continued to improve as a passer, cutting down on interceptions, improving his accuracy, continuing to flourish in the ability to read defenses while working through possessions. Huard is also adding some additional movement to his repertoire. Instead of just forcing passes when the pocket collapses or if he’s feeling the heat, he’s tucking the ball and running more. Add that to his elite ability as a passer, and I think you have the makings of a special quarterback, one who should be rated even higher.” – Brandon Huffman, National Analyst

Kaidon Salter, Cedar Hill HS (Texas): QuarterbackRank: No. 88 Recruitment: Uncommitted

“I think Kaidon Salter is more talented than some of the quarterbacks he’s currently ranked behind. We’re dealing with an uneven and incomplete sample on several of these quarterback prospects as we’ve seen some more than others to this stage. But I’m confident in saying Salter is one of the more dynamic signal callers in this cycle, having seen him throw in person back in January. The ball pops out of his hand, and he’s an outstanding deep passer in addition to being a good athlete. Salter has arm talent that immediately jumps out. There’s still time and (hopefully) several more opportunities to sort out the quarterback order. But I like Salter’s ceiling over some of those who are currently ranked higher.” – Charles Power, National Analyst

Tyler Buchner, Helix HS (California)Position: QuarterbackRank: No. 49 Recruitment: Notre Dame

“I’ll be honest, I’m very comfortable with our rankings this month and don’t see any glaring issues. If there is a player I think may have deserved a bigger bump, it was probably Notre Dame quarterback commit Tyler Buchner. I saw Buchner at the Elite 11 Regional Camp last month and he checked off everything I wanted to see. He has a strong, athletic frame, live arm, tighter release then a year ago and improved accuracy as well. The only question remaining is how will he look against high-level competition, which he’ll get to show this year after transferring in to Helix. If he shows he can dominate at that level, he’s a sure fire five-star in my eyes.” – Greg Biggins, National Analyst

Jaylin White, Dothan HS (Alabama): Running back Rank: No. 126 Recruitment: Uncommitted

“I didn’t push for a significant bump this update because we are already significantly higher on him than the rest of the industry and I want to continue to get a better feel for his body type, but I really believe in Jaylin White at running back. Every time I turn on his film and compare it to the other running backs in the country, I just get more and more conviction that this kid is legit. He’s not a big back, but he’s dynamic and explosive and to me he has some of the same traits that made Jahmyr Gibbs one of the nation’s most highly-recruited backs late in the process. We’ll see if I work up the courage to push him up higher down the road. But for now, I’m excited that we have him ranked as high as we do relative to the others in the industry.” – Barton Simmons, Director of Scouting