Rivals National Recruitment Analyst Clint Cosgrove and national recruitment analysts Cole Patterson and Ryan Wrighttogether with Zack Carpenter on InsideNebraska.com deal with three topics and determine whether they believe that each statement is FACT or FICTION.
1. Nebraska must feel confident about the landing of four-star OL Amir Hering.
Cosgrove’s conclusion: FICTION. Nebraska is definitely in the race for Amir Heringcommitment to, but I don’t know if I would go so far as to say that Huskers need to feel confident that they will get his commitment. I know Herring had a great employee in Nebraska, and the Haskers contested the visit, but at the end of the day, I have a feeling that Herring would like to stay closer to home. you should not Michigan Be prepared to go all-in and make a commitment, Wolverines will be his likely landing site. If Herring decides that Michigan is not the place for him, I think Nebraska could be on deck with several other teams.
Carpentry approach: FACT. From Michigan, I know that Herring has been in the trend there since April, but the Wolverines team has stopped chasing him as hard as before. He had to be very impressed during his official visit over the weekend to fix things and get him in his class. I’m not entirely sure what Herring will decide. That’s why I didn’t include FutureCast for his commitment. But since he arrived, Donovan Rayola made a very serious push for Herring, made it a clear main goal, and drew him to campus several times. Huskers showed Herring how much he appreciated him during these trips, including a very influential official visit in the first week of June. So I think Haskers needs to feel confident about where Nebraska is with Herring today.
2. Brandon Inis will join his teammate 7 on 7 Carnel Tate in Ohio.
Cosgrove’s answer: FACT. Ohio kills him in Florida and generally with receptionists. A few months ago, I would have said a fabrication, but at this point, there are too many things in favor of Ohio for Buckeyes not to be his landing site. Now what Carnel Tate is committed to the Buckeyes, they must be the program to win. Tate and Inis complement each other perfectly and both will be able to participate in a crime from the state of Ohio, which really becomes a factory for wide receivers.
Wright’s Admission: FACT. Last year Georgia seemingly took what he wanted from Sunshine, and this year Ohio is a huge success with the best prospects. Of the 11 commitments the Buckeyes have made so far, six are from Florida and each has four stars or better. The icing on the cake will be the addition of another five-star Inniss receiver that pairs it with Tate. Watch the state of Ohio make great strides in the ranking of recruiting rivals.
3. Future first round choices compete in the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge.
Cosgrove’s conclusion: FACT. There is a lot of design here as well Challenge for rivals from classmates presented very young but extremely talented prospects. There are a number of players who have high potential in the NFL, and although I can’t name one in particular as a strong player in the first round, I would be more surprised if someone doesn’t get out of the challenge than if they did. Some players who immediately come to mind are midfielders Sami Brown and USC engage Dylan Williams since they are both boys who have athletics to be high class at the next level. Marquise Lightfoot proved to be a potential elite WDE and the next level. Then you have players with a high value in the draft position, such as attack Douglas Utu. Not to mention talented athletes and receivers like I’m Marion Stewart, Winston Watkins Jr., Jeremiah McClellan and a number of others with great potential.
Patterson’s view: FACT. Predicting the long-term draft of the NFL with lower-class prospects is always difficult. With that in mind, there was a lot of talent in Atlanta last week. Watkins is only entering his second season at IMG Academy, but his ceiling is ridiculously high at the receiver. Sami Brown has a unique set of skills as a midfielder. Eddie Pierre-Louis turned his head in OL and on the couch. I would say that there is a good chance that a player from the first round will get out of the event down the road.