Nearly 100 of the nation’s top freshmen will compete this week in The NextGen Five-Star Pro Day, selected by Rivals. With so much talent coming to Atlanta for the national recruiting analyst event greg smith he has five offensive players to watch.
There is one thing that interests me quite a bit about Davison. He doesn’t have to exercise in the camps, but he keeps going around and showing off his skills. He is the No. 1 running back in the country for the class of 2025 and has his pick from every major college program. He is a powerful but fast runner that I am looking forward to seeing in person.
USC, Texas, Georgia, and Ohio State are just a few of the programs involved in their recruiting.
There are several intriguing signal callers that will be around on Wednesday, but the one I’m most excited to see is Hill. The Houston County (Ga.) high school native is an impressive-looking 6-foot-4, 210-pound player heading into his junior year.
He’s got a big arm and it’s easy to see why Auburn, North Carolina, TCU and Alabama have been recruiting him so hard.
Standout Katy (Texas) Jordan Earned Wide Receiver MVP Honors with the Dallas Rivals Camp Series In May. We have our eyes on him as a prospect with limitless potential who is still growing under him. His ability to gain lane separation makes him a potential elite.
Texas is focused on making it a priority, but don’t discount LSU, Texas A&M, USC and others.
Utu is one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the country for the 2025 recruiting cycle. Every time we see him in camp, he’s been very hard to beat in 1-on-1 situations. He has a great combination of size, athleticism, power and technique for a lineman his age.
The Florida native has been committed to Colorado since December. But other schools continue to recruit him. It’s easy to see why programs keep in touch in an attempt to change you from Deion Sandersprogram
Watkins continues to grow and has been difficult to guard over the past month in camp.
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