This is the article to get you up to speed on the top recruiting classes in college football and the best players to get in on.
For starters, let’s break down what we know about the best and most talented recruits in the country.
Top 25 Players to Watch: 1.
Dontre Wilson, RB, Ohio StateOhio State running back Dontrelle Inman (6-foot-1, 221 pounds) is a talented and highly-ranked prospect who can play either fullback or back, but he is best suited for the position as a runner.
Inman has shown a willingness to do damage and can catch the ball in space, something he is adept at in a power-based offense.
He has shown great burst, and he could get into the backfield and be a solid two-down back.2.
A’Shawn Robinson, LB, Florida StateThe 6-foot, 190-pound Robinson has the size to play inside and outside, but will he be able to do so effectively in the NFL?
He has the speed to be a force in the run game, but his strength and length can make him difficult to defend in coverage.
Robinson’s best asset is his versatility.
He can play outside linebacker or inside linebacker and he has the ability to move into any of those spots.3.
A.J. Johnson, RB/WR, TennesseeTennessee running back A.j.
Johnson (6’2, 223 pounds) has all the physical tools needed to make an impact as a player at the next level.
Johnson has great speed, a good understanding of the game, and a quick release off the line.
His burst and agility are also impressive.
He is capable of catching the ball out of the backfield or in the open field and can win with short and intermediate passes.4.
Jourdan Lewis, RB-WR, Oklahoma StateLewis is one of the top receivers in the class and could develop into a big-play threat.
He’s a quick-twitch athlete who has the physical attributes needed to compete at the NFL level.
He projects as a receiver who can win in the slot and can stretch the field in the short passing game.5.
Jarrad Davis, LB/DE, GeorgiaGeorgia linebacker Jarrid Davis (6′-1, 236 pounds) will be one of college football a year from now.
Davis has the versatility to play linebacker or defensive end and he is a hard hitter who can contribute at both ends of the field.
He also has the athleticism to play on the line of scrimmage.6.
Malik Hooker, S, Notre DameThe 5-foot-, 185-pound Hooker is one the top safeties in the nation and is a versatile defender who can make plays against the run and pass.
He could also play the middle linebacker position if needed.7.
David Njoku, OT, Notre