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mizslu314
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
I can see that, the second you said his name, his size hit me before I read the rest.


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Dixie Normus
New Orleans Saints Fan
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
I don’t think anyone will argue with me in saying Masson Smith is the best and arguably has the highest ceiling as well. Can’t teach perfect size for DT and will only get better as his technique develops. Honorable mention here is Sage Ryan and he comes at a position of greater need at LSU so may have an earlier impact.

Jack Bech is the most underrated imo. Maybe not the guy that jumps out at you on paper in measurables, but the dude has just flat out killed it the last couple years against really good LA teams. Seems to have the football instincts that you sometimes can’t teach.

Up there with Smith on highest potential is Saivion Jones. Fantastic measurables as he’s a three-sport star listed at 6-5 240 (probably closer to 6-3 or 6-4 at 225), but still very raw as a prospect. If he can grow into his frame more and keep his speed, definitely a potential upper 1st round type of guy imo.


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Muthsera
Florida Fan
Member since Jun 2017
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
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For UF

Best Player: Jason Marshall Lock down CB

Most underrated: Desmond Watson, dominating inside presence. Has "bad weight" issue that will be fixed quickly once he gets to campus

Highest ceiling: Diwun Black, former 5* freak athlete, stuck with UF all through JUCO


Agree with all of this.

Both Watson and Thomas are underrated but it is particularly egregious with Watson, kid should be a no-doubt Top 100 player. Poor Jake Slaughter has a long 4 years of practicing against that dude after he made him his bitch at the Orlando Rivals camp.

It will be critical for them to find Diwun's best position ASAP and keep him there. We probably only have him for 2 years and don't need to jerk him around from Nickel to Safety to OLB.
This post was edited on 12/18 at 9:27 am


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Peter167
Member since Mar 2020
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
Diwun is a great pick. Super talented and worked his arse off for 2 years to back to UF

Also Nick Elksnis could be a great TE down the line. I think Dakota Mitchell a bit underrated too.

He's good on both sides of the ball
This post was edited on 12/21 at 8:13 pm


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mutigerz
Missouri Fan
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Member since Nov 2013
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
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Missouri:

Best - Travion Ford DE: Super athletic, big motor.

Underrated- Mekhi Wingo DT: His height kept him from being a big time recruit, think Aaron Donald. Very strong, very fast.

Highest Ceiling- Dominic Lovett WR:

I'll raise you.

All the above: Tyler Macon QB: Again height issue, but had a massive elite 11 camp. Strong arm, mobility. I think he is the starter in 2 years, will give Bazelak a challenge in year 1


I think Macon can start in 2021, dude is going to be a Mizzou great


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XWing atAliciousness
Texas Fan
Member since Jan 2018
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re: Best player, most underrated, highest ceiling in your team's early class?
Best player: Jatavion Sanders. He was just on "You got mossed" for the second time in a month. Here was the first one.

Most Underrated: Jonathon Brooks. Was named Mr. Texas Football. 3,530 rushing yards and 62 rushing TDs. Underrated bc he played 3A football.

Highest Ceiling: The Aussie punter. Don't remember his name, but the other two have worked out


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