Other Under the Radar Classes
Over the past few days I’ve been asked a lot about classes that have gone under the radar and aren’t getting the attention they deserve. One class I really like is N.C. State. I think Dave Doeren has assembled a class that should help them start to turn things around, headlined by No. 7 defensive end Kentavius Street (Greenville, N.C./Rose). South Florida also falls into this category. Nobody is talking about the job Willie Taggart is doing, but the Bulls have five four-star prospects coming their way and a group that fills a number of needs. How about the job Western Michigan coach P.J. Fleck has done? The Broncos have two four-star prospects and 12 three-star recruits — numbers matched by nobody in the MAC. And I still like Oregon State and Kansas State’s classes despite them being ranked toward the bottom of their respective conferences. Both schools develop players so well that you can throw out their overall rankings. Continue Reading by Clicking Here
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