Under Armour: Instant Impact
Cowart is one of those guys you see and know he is a big-time athlete. Cowart, a chiseled 6-foot-4, 260-pounds, lives in the gym and works tirelessly on his craft, two attributes he shares with nearly every NFL player. He is the type of player that will push for a starting role wherever he ends up. Florida, Florida State and Auburn look like they are the lucky schools that have the best chance to land his commitment.
Clemmons (N.C.) West Forsyth
Dalton will likely get lots of playing time from the time he steps foot on campus at North Carolina. He is a very good pass rusher and that's one of the things the Tar Heels really need. Dalton's frame will fill out in college and he will become a force to be reckoned with. Look for him to be a major NFL prospect by the time he finishes in Chapel Hill.
Berea (Ky.) Madison Southern
After the Under Armour game, there is little doubt that Harris is the top running back in the 2015 class. He has the size, speed, vision and toughness to be an every down back in college and the NFL. Harris is down to Alabama and Kentucky and the situations at running back at each school will greatly affect his ability to play in the NFL. At Alabama, Harris won't be forced to carry the ball 25-plus times per game right away and he will be able to be fresher heading into the NFL draft. At Kentucky, Harris will rank up a lot of mileage, which could deter some NFL teams.
Haines City, Florida
The safeties in the NFL are big-time hitters and also have the ability to make unbelievable interceptions. That's the type of class James fits into. He has the size, speed, instincts, explosiveness and ball skills to be dominant from his first day at Florida State. James is also a born leader and someone players will gravitate towards.
New Orleans (La.) Warren Easton
LSU found another big-time weapon on the outside in Johnson. His explosiveness, route-running abilities and knack for making the big play make him one of the top playmakers in the 2015 class. As far as future potential, Johnson has plenty of room left on his frame and if he can continue to make plays at pivotal moments, he will be a college football star soon enough.
Scottsdale (Az.) Saguaro
The evolution of the undersized slot receiver in the NFL has opened doors for players that would otherwise have a very short lifespan in football. Kirk has benefited from this as well and will likely be one of the focal points of Texas A&M's offense down the line. He possesses elite speed, very reliable hands, runs crisp routes and is a threat to score from anywhere on the field. All are traits that translate to every level of football.
Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
Marshall is the prototypical cornerback and he possesses every physical attribute college and NFL coaches are looking for. Beyond that, Marshall has very crisp footwork, is physical at the line of scrimmage and has very developed instincts. Whether Marshall ends up at Florida State, LSU, Alabama, Notre Dame, USC, UCLA, Michigan or anywhere else, he will be an early contributor.
Orlando (Fla.) Timber Creek
Patrick is a bigger back that can stand up to the pounding of being an every down running back in college and in the NFL. He has the vision to be an effective runner between the tackles and the speed to be a game breaker on the outside. Expect Patrick be used early and often in Tallahassee as the thunder to Dalvin Cook's lightning.
Suffield (Conn.) Suffield Academy
Clemson is continuing to focus on getting younger on the defensive line. Wilkins, the Tigers' newest commit, should be able to get playing time very early in his career. He has trimmed down a bit and his explosiveness has improved. Wilkins has the strength to be very disruptive in the backfield and he still has room left before he reaches his ceiling.
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