Recruiting: S.C.’s Class of 2015 is deep, talented
02/06/2014 9:31 PM
02/06/2014 9:32 PM
The recruiting Class of 2015 in South Carolina looks to be deeper than the 2014 class.
That’s saying something, because all the top 100 players in 2014 on the scvarsity.com list signed to play college football on Wednesday.
The Class of 2015 will be deep on the defensive line, with as many as five players who could end up with four stars in the recruiting ratings. Here’s a look at the top players in the Class of 2015 (listed in alphabetical order):
A rangy wide receiver who could be one of the top targets in the state.
Two-sport prospect (basketball) who is elusive after the catch.
Big, strong offensive tackle will anchor a strong line.
Will challenge for the state-s No. 1 prospect. Strong, aggressive defender.
Long thought to be best in this class, but could change; committed to USC.
The most improved player in this class, could grab the top spot in the rankings.
Sleeper prospect might be the top defensive tackle prospect in the state.
Strong edge rusher with a big upside; must fill out and get stronger.
One of the most exciting offensive players in the state.
Solid athlete who could play wide receiver.
One of the most physical DBs in the state. Prospect at S or OLB.
Small in stature but excellent coverage skills.
Wide wing span, aggressive lineman; committed to Clemson.
On radar since his freshman year. Needs to get stronger.
The most lethal offensive threat in the state.
Strong, slashing running back; dangerous out of backfield.
Another monster DL prospect – will challenge for top spot.
Strong coverage skills; great breaking speed.
Versatile two-way player; WR prospect but likely a college safety.
Big bodied possession receiver – solid FBS prospect.
Injured most of 2013, still one of the top prospects of the class.
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