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Positioning yourself so that the nation's top recruits would be enticed to join your team is no easy task. From the moment you offer a scholarship and until the athlete steps foot on campus, you have to wage a campaign for why your program is better than the next one. The experts at RecruitingNation listed their top 10 recruiting battles for elite football recruits via the #BlueChipBattles project. Which players are most worth the battle? Click the photos below to set your rankings, then head to Twitter (@RecruitingESPN) to voice your opinion!

Top 10 recruiting battles

Gareon Conley

Gareon Conley

Position: Cornerback
ESPN150 rank: 61
Status: Committed Michigan
Considered:
Michigan
Oregon
Ohio State

David Dawson

David Dawson

Position: Offensive guard
ESPN150 rank: 87
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Florida
LSU
Alabama
Ohio State
Michigan State

Robert Foster

Robert Foster

Position: Wide receiver
ESPN150 rank: 23
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Alabama
Ohio State
Pittsburgh

Justin Manning

Justin Manning

Position: Defensive tackle
ESPN150 rank: 89
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Oklahoma
TCU
Texas A&M
LSU
USC

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Position: Outside linebacker
ESPN150 rank: 121
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Ohio State
Texas A&M
Oklahoma
Oregon

Robert Nkemdiche

Robert Nkemdiche

Position: Defensive end
ESPN150 rank: 1
Status: Committed Clemson
Considered:
Clemson
Ole Miss

Max Redfield

Max Redfield

Position: Athlete
ESPN150 rank: 37
Status: Committed USC
Considered:
USC
Notre Dame
Washington
Oregon
LSU

Ricky Seals-Jones

Ricky Seals-Jones

Position: Wide receiver
ESPN150 rank: 10
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
LSU
Texas A&M

Tramel Terry

Tramel Terry

Position: Athlete
ESPN150 rank: 42
Status: Committed Georgia
Considered:
Georgia
Clemson
South Carolina

LaQuon Treadwell

LaQuon Treadwell

Position: Wide receiver
ESPN150 rank: 42
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Michigan
Michigan State
Ole Miss
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State

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