UA All-America Game Week: Who could earn fifth star?
The Under Armour All-America Game Week kicks off Saturday with media day followed by a full week of practice and the game itself. For Rivals, the week is used to help determine the final 2020 rankings. Here are five guys who could be knocking on the door for a fifth star if they dominate.
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Demonte Capeheart, a Clemson signee, plays a very coveted position, as defensive tackles who can rush the passer are hard to find. Can he continue to show the amazing improvement we’ve seen over the last couple of years against elite talent?
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Desmond Evans, a UNC signee, is an elite athlete and he has all the measurables. Does he have the motor and array of moves to make elite tackles look silly? That’s what I want to see.
Gervon Dexter, a Florida signee, had a very good senior season and has risen in the rankings recently. Like Capeheart, he’s a guy who has shown he can get after the passer, so how will he pursue against elite talent? He has a chance to be a Dominique Easley type of riser, as Easley blew up at Under Armour.
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Jaylon Jones, a Texas A&M signee, wowed us during the summer and has stayed on the five-star cusp ever since. He’s a gambler at times but he usually guesses right and he’s one of those guys who will have a great week or struggle to adjust with little in between.
Marcus Rosemy, a Georgia signee, has great hands and body control but does he have the speed needed to be a five-star? We’ve seen him a lot and he’s just not a burner. But will it matter if he dominates everyone with his route running?