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Rivals 3 Stripe Nashville prospects predict where top players will land

CLASS OF 2019 RANKINGS: Rivals250 | State | Position | Team

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Woodi Washington

NASHVILLE - It’s our job at Rivals.com to cut through all the noise and zero in on where the nation’s top players will end up playing their college football. Sometimes when it comes to searching for information, the best intel comes from fellow elite prospects. At Sunday’s Nashville stop of the Rivals 3 Stripe Camp Series presented by adidas event, we surveyed several prospects about where five elite prospects will eventually land. Here are the results.

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WOODI WASHINGTON 

The pick: Ohio State

Why: “We’ve been talking about it lately, and I think he really likes it. If it’s not there, maybe Oklahoma.” Rivals100 wide receiver Trey Knox

The pick: Louisville

Why: “I know Woody; we are real close. I have three schools in mind: Tennessee, Arkansas or Louisville, but I’d probably have to say Louisville because I’m committed there.” Three-star Louisville quarterback commit Jaden Johnson

The pick: Florida State

Why: “I don’t know, because he doesn’t say anything. I’m just saying that because it’s his childhood favorite school.” Rivals250 defensive back Adonis Otey

The pick: Alabama

Why: “They have good DBs coming out of Alabama.” 2021 wide receiver Junious Johnson

The pick: Florida State

Why: “I could see Woodi at Florida State because defensive backs seem like they do well over there.” - Three-star quarterback Brandon Wharton

The pick: Arkansas

Why: “I can see him at Arkansas. They’re buzzing for him with the new coaching staff.” - Three-star defensive end Joseph Honeysucker

TREY KNOX 

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Trey Knox

The pick: Ohio State

Why: “He talks about them a lot.” Rivals100 defensive back Woodi Washington

The pick: Ohio State

Why: “He likes the place and every time he comes back from there he says he loves it and every time he goes up there he loves it more.” Otey

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “Trey will more than likely go to Ohio State or Tennessee. He is a Tennessee native, so that looks like the best fit for him.” Jaden Johnson

The pick: Clemson

Why: “With his playing style I’d say he probably goes to Clemson.” Junious Johnson

The pick: Ohio State

Why: “He has an Ohio State hat on right now, so I don’t know if that’s maybe a sneak peek.” Wharton

The pick: Clemson

Why: “It’s WRU, and they put the best players in the League, so Clemson might be the spot for him.” Honeysucker

LANCE WILHOITE 

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Lance Wilhoite

The pick: Arkansas

Why: “They have a good program that fits him and he talks about them a lot.” Otey

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “I don’t know. I think he might go to Tennessee.” Knox

The pick: Ohio State or Oregon

Why: “Oregon is his dream school, so I don’t know.” Washington

The pick: Arkansas

Why: “I’d probably have to say Arkansas on that one. The last time I talked to him he said Arkansas was real nice and looked (like) the best fit for him.” Jaden Johnson

The pick: Clemson, Oklahoma or Oregon

Why: “Lance wants to go to a school where he can be himself.” Junious Johnson

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “I kind of see Lance at UT. I can see him in that orange.” Wharton

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “Just the fit and it’s the home-state school, so it comes together for him.” Honeysucker

ADONIS OTEY 

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Adonis Otey

The pick: Louisville

Why: “He took a visit up there and he’s talking non-stop about Louisville. Either there or Oklahoma.” Knox

The pick: Arkansas

Why: “That’s all he talks about.” - Washington

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “I haven’t talked to Adonis about Tennessee – I’ve been talking to him about Louisville – but most likely he’ll go to Tennessee.” Jaden Johnson

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “That’s a hard one. I think he will probably stay home at Tennessee.” Junious Johnson

The pick: SEC

Why: “Really, any SEC school I can see him at. He can play anywhere, really.” Wharton

The pick: Tennessee

Why: “It’s the home-state school and just a good fit for him.” Honeysucker

MILTON WRIGHT 

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Milton Wright

The pick: Louisville

Why: “It’s looking like he’s favoring them right now. That’s his hometown and they send a lot of stuff out to us trying to get us to go to the 'Ville.” Rivals100 Michigan commit Stephen Herron

The pick: Louisville

Why: “That's my buddy. Yeah, he's going to Louisville." - Three-star athlete Aidan Robbins

The pick: Louisville

Why: “At Louisville, Milton is going to start. He’s the best receiver in the state.” Three-star 2019 DE JJ Weaver

The pick: Louisville

Why: “I think he’s going to end up at Louisville because the past few years Louisville has had some pretty good receivers and they use them a lot.” - 2019 DB Trel Riley

The pick: Purdue

Why: “I feel like he's gonna end up at Purdue. No inside info.” 2020 defensive tackle Octavious Oxendine

The pick: Louisville

Why: “It's his hometown school.” – Two-star running back Brandon Jones

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