Seymour is a 4-star cornerback from Pasadena, California. He's 13th ranked player in the nation at that spot according to Scout.com. He's also 6-0 and 170 pounds. That height is unusual for a cornerback with his ability. One piece of proof of his talent is that he'll be playing in the US Army Bowl this next January. USC, Florida, Cal, Nebraska, both Arizona schools and Oregon are among the two dozen offers he has.
Daniels is the 11th ranked safety nationally according to Scout.com. From Chandler, Arizona, Daniels holds offers from basically the exact same schools as as Seymore, along with Michigan State, Arkansas and Boise State.
Dwayne Stanford is a 6-5, 185-pound receiver out of Taft High in Cincinnati, Ohio. He's been offered by every major school you can think of and a couple you can't. Alabama, Ohio State, LSU, Cincinnati and Oregon appear to be his top five but the list goes on. He and his teammate, defensive end Adolphus Washington, are both being recruited by the Ducks and will both play in the Army Bowl as well. Washington appears headed to Ohio State.
Uzoma is also a safety, rated 33rd nationally by Scout.com and his stock is skyrocketing after his performance at the Long Beach SPARQ Camp. He's runs the 100 meter, 200 meter and does the high jump and long jump for Canoga Park High. And for a coach like Chip Kelly whose program has signed 46 players in the last two years and every single one of them has qualified, Uzoma also brings a 3.6 GPA to the table. He is a great athlete and student.
Uzoma was committed to Nevada early in the process but has since backed off that verbal commitment.