Three-Point Stance: Big 12 studs, Jaydon Blue, NFL prospect
Competitors is a national columnist Mike Farrell Here is a look at 10 of the 12 big players who are happy to see them next season, and some of the players are considering pulling out of high school football and the potential best player in the NFL at every FBS convention for the 2021 season.
1. Ten big players totaling 12 I’m excited to watch this season Jaydon Blue
The spring soccer season is over on most programs, and as always, there are stand-out players with passionate fans. Let’s continue today with the Big 12 and focus on 10 non-beginners that I’m really excited to see this season.
1. RB Zach Evans, TCU – His 75-yard Spring Game career has got me excited about a year of breakthrough than the former five-star superstar.
3 – DT Moro Ojomo, Texas He may not get much publicity but he is a dominant force on the defensive line that should make it difficult to run and stay in the pocket.
5. First Jarrod Hofford, Iowa state Iowa regains depth in nearly every hub and this guy offers more as he can hook up and play if anyone gets stuck.
6. LB Malcolm Rodriguez, Oklahoma State His experience is essential and his leadership is welcome. He is a powerful striker and can be a part of the best defense in the league.
8. QB Tyler Schugh, Texas Tech – He jumps into a cool stand to hold figures for monsters and Limited Spring was a showcase for that.
9. DB Scotty Young, West Virginia With losses at the defensive back, Young will need to step up and have already shown signs.
10. RB Daniel Hishaw, KS His energy and running style would be ideal for a team that needs to control the clock and make major changes at the start.
2. Jaydon Blue decision is alarming
Texas running superstar Jaydon Blue decided to pull out of his first season in high school football to avoid the wear and tear on his body so he could perform at the highest level in college and hopefully in the NFL.
I think it’s crazy. I don’t take this as a harbinger of good things for Blue as a footballer or a competitor. Likewise, I work in Exploration and Evaluation and for me, this is a huge red flag.
Likewise, I was doing a weekly radio song last week on Full Ride with Chris Chillers And Rick Neural What he would do in this situation, I asked Neubauer, the former college coach.
He told me he would ask to talk to the player’s parents and try to convince them that high school football was a gift and any player who gave up an entire season of soccer with his teammates and coaches were stealing for himself a precious opportunity and memory. Then I asked Neuheisel if he would give up the grant offer to the player based on that decision and he said that he would simply assure the player how far he could be behind the others if he missed an entire year.
Blue is committed to Texas But I guess it’s still 50-50 if he ends up in Texas. If he gets caught with the Longhorns, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if he got into the transfer gate at some point.
If I were a college coach, I would drop a committed player who made a decision like this because he talks about his commitment or lack of commitment to his team and teammates. I would not risk having a “Me First” player on my list.
This is a personal decision for Blue and I wish him all the best in his career, but I also hope that with the football season approaching, he feels itching to return to the field with his teammates and play ball. I also hope other players don’t see this and feel it is a viable option.
3. The most important expectations of professionals at every conference
Here are the NFL’s best prospects at every FBS conference.
Big Ten: OT Rashid Walker, Pennsylvania state – It could be Chris Olaf or Garrett Wilson who Ohio State But Walker is one of the elite rivals in what appears to be a solid class in the position next year.
ACC: QB Sam Howell, North Carolina – Howell is QB1 to some and despite losing the weapons, he must bring the numbers of the monsters back again.
Pak 12: De Caveon Thibodo, Oregon – Some made him the No. 1 player overall in the NFL Draft and it’s clearly DE1.
Big 12: QB Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma Rattler is my QB1 if he evolves a little due to his rare arm talent. It could be the # 1 choice overall.
The Independent: S. Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame He is in Elite Hawk and My Safety # 1 as your top 15 potential picks.
AAC: DB Ahmad Gardner, Cincinnati Gardner is one of my first interns and one of many Birkats who could land in the first two rounds.
MAC: Justin Hall, Paul State – Hole isn’t big but he’s versatile and strong sneaky and he should be stuffing the stats this season.
C-USA: S Rashad Wisdom, UTSA Great and physical wisdom, a name to remember.
Mountain West: QB Carson Strong, Nevada – Strong has a good strong arm and has the size and top side to be a small school pick as Trey Lance was this year.
Sun Belt: TE Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina – There is a lot but I like the best early in his ability to expand the field.