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1. LSU from Dalein Austin

For the new LSU coaching staff it was big on many levels because Austin is from Southern California, his uncle is a former USC standout. Willie McGuinnesst and with it now there are millions of reasons Lincoln Riley Local players are again interested in the Trojans. But coach Brian Kelly And his staff, including the position coach Robert Steeples Getting Austin there, he likes the DBU side of LSU and the Tigers land in a big-time, athletic corner.

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2. USC from Braxton Myers

Everything was aligned for USC with Myers’ promise as he loved Trojans from middle school and then really respected coach Lincoln Riley while in Oklahoma so when Riley went to Los Angeles, everything came together. Still, it’s a major promise for the Trojans, who now have as many promises from the state of Texas as they do from California.

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3. Brandon Strozer to Clemson

The four-star cornerback from Alpharetta (Ga.) St. Francis School narrowed his choices to Tennessee and Clemson, and then Alabama and Georgia were involved among others, and although Wallace has some recruiting momentum, Stroger has promised Clemson a big win. For coaches Dabo Suini And his staff. Defeating SEC teams for the top corners is always a big deal and it could provide a spark for this Clemson class.

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4. LSU from Rashid Williams

Many indicate that Pittsburgh, California, is the day when the day of judgment comes when it comes to picking four star receiver cal. About 40 minutes away from Berkeley, the Golden Bears hired him sternly, he had a long talk with Desian Jackson during the Cal Spring game. But Williams chose Washington over a little surprise because the Huskies are rapidly assembling an excellent class of playmakers at the moment.

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5. Ashton Cozart from Oregon

This has been an interesting event for Cozart, a native of the Pacific Northwest, for the past few days. Oklahoma coach Brent Venebles There is a no-visit policy for committed players, but Cozart, whose Suners promise lasted about four months before Flip’s weekend, moved to Oregon and decided to make some changes to his appointment. That’s an early sign that the coach Dan Lanning And his staff will go somewhere for the players – even the committed ones.

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6. Justin Crayer in the Northwest

Getting an official visit to commit to the Northwestern is getting unprecedented success and the action bill fits because he liked his trip to Evanston and picked the Wildcats last week. He visited the campus with his cousin, four-star DE Ashton Porter, and the two expressed interest in playing together. Cryer is a tackling machine from its middle linebacker spot with more than 100 stops last season. It’s the kind of production that makes him a top three-star recruit.

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7. Roderick Pierce in Wisconsin

Pierce pushed his decision timeline forward because he knew Wisconsin was the place for him and he made the choice that he would play football – nonsense, all-business and focused. The Three-Star Prospect deals with double teams all the time and still sheds the blockers to get the ball into the carrier, he will be physically and quickly and bring a lot to the Badgers’ defensive line.

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8. Bryon Brooks to TCU

Its viral sensation Rival Camp Series In Dallas, Brooks will have to trim the scales tips at 400 pounds and achieve his maximum potential. But the Dallas (Texas) South Oak Cliff prospect likes to look incredibly smart, super powerful and have a competitive edge coach for his size. TCU is smart to hire him and he could be a great asset to the Horned Frog.

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9. Net White to Wisconsin

If Jaquez Keyes is a more traditional force back in Wisconsin in 2023 class, White Hall is a do-it-all playmaker who started the race back last season and went quarterback out of necessity. But he still has more than 1,000 yards in his junior campaign, and if the badgers need anything to offend, it’s a little more spice for their traditional ongoing attack. White should be able to provide it.


10. TJ MCMilen to Illinois

Macmillan plays Wheaton (Ill.) St. Francis for her father who also plays college and pro ball so there was already a jump start in understanding the recruitment process. The attention that Illinois’ coaching staff paid to the three-star offensive lineman was huge in favor of Macmillan as he had more than 30 offers. He is expected to play at the center of the Champions League.

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11. BRYCE LOVETT Florida

Billy Napier And its staff is targeting Florida and other major regional targets and then going out and winning the recruitment battle. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The Gators have beaten Iowa State, Louisville and Missouri for the Lovets and are recruiting for a fight they can’t lose. They are not in this case.

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12. Aidan Hall in Iowa

Once Harlan landed his offer from the Iowa Three-Star Prospect Hockey, it was almost over recently. Hall grew up an Iowa football fan and he didn’t want to deal with the pressure of the recruitment process so he called the staff and made his promise. The do-it-all hall had more than 1,500 total yards and 24 touchdown offenses, as well as about 30 tackles and three picks last season.

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13. Virginia Tech from TAKYE HEATH

Heath is small in size but he is fast, electric and an extraordinary route runner and pass catcher who showed off his things at Charlotte’s rival camp. There were some very good cornerbacks who couldn’t keep up with Heath so the hockey players should be able to use that speed all over the field.

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14. Joshua Fusel to the northwest

Fusel landed his Northwest offer in February, visited it on campus in March, and promised the Wildcats a few other Power Five offers in May. It was an excellent progression for the West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West standout who got six interceptions in his junior season as the Wildcats went on with incredible promise.


15. Alex Dust in the Northwest

It seemed that Glendale (Ariz.) Mountain Ridge Standout Arizona and Arizona State might have stayed close to home by hiring him but after traveling northwest and really getting the feeling for the Big Ten program, the Wildcats won. Other Big Ten programs involved Dust, who blends energy and speed nicely, but Northwest landed him last week.


16. Cole is trembling northwest

Shivers are arguably coming from the best program in the state of Arizona – Scottsdale Saguaro – so he’s getting great coaching at the high school level that would give him a jumpstart to pull the Big. His tour of the Northwest was also good as he had plenty of time to talk to the coaches and gain perspective on the program. He chose Northwest over Arizona and Colorado.


17. Les Hewitt in Missouri

Hewitt bounced around Junior College last year and played at Holmes (Miss) CC where he had one interception and 18 tackles. Iowa State and Mississippi State also followed Hewitt but after his weekend tour of Missouri, he chose the Tigers.

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