The five best safety groups in college football
Fingers are crossed for a football season with the pandemic, but we will continue to have hope and preview the season. Last week, I started a series ranking the best teams in college football by position. I finish today with the safeties.
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JaCoby Stevens arrived in Baton Rouge with plenty of potential, and last season he began to reach that with 85 tackles and three interceptions. Todd Harris will be looking for a big season after missing the majority of 2019 with an injury.
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Oklahoma State has one of the more talented duos in the country with Kolby Harvell-Peel and Trey Sterling. … Richard LeCounte returns to Georgia with plenty of experience. … Andre Cisco of Syracuse has been one of the more productive safeties in the country over the last two seasons. … Paris Ford of Pittsburgh and Joey Blount of Virginia are two of the top defensive players in the ACC. … Kyle Hamilton of Notre Dame is coming off an impressive true freshman season.