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Old 10-29-2014, 08:34 PM
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Default Most Underrated Commit (Hale/Robert)

Very simple, who is your most underrated commit in the 2015 class?

I'm going with Tanner Muse. He has the potential to be a Jayron Kearse type player for us down the road. He has good height and may actually be thicker than Kearse at this point in his career. Muse is just an uber athlete and has put up some impressive numbers on the offensive side of the ball up in North Carolina this Fall. His tape also shows him laying the wood when he tackles.

Do yourself a favor and watch this if you haven't: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcyhr55dSk0

A close runner-up for me would be Tucker Israel. Kid would be borderline 5-star if he was a couple inches taller. Only real knock on Tucker is his height, but Brees and Wilson show that height isn't always a limiting factor. This guy can play.
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Old 10-29-2014, 08:48 PM
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Default Re: Most Underrated Commit (Hale/Robert)

This is easy Briscoe...he's definition of diamond in the ruff. Teams are starting to flock his way.
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Old 10-29-2014, 08:54 PM
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Default Re: Most Underrated Commit (Hale/Robert)

To me, Muse and Juwuan Briscoe are the most underrated.

I agree with your thoughts on Muse and who he is comparable to, couldn't agree more. Really looking forward to watching him during Shrine Bowl practice.

When Muse first popped up on the Scout rankings he was a four-star. I thought that rating was pretty spot on. Then, at some point while I was with cutigers, he dropped to three...I wondered if it was just because that's where everyone else had him.

As for Briscoe, I don't have an issue with him being a three-star, but I still think he's underrated. Briscoe hasn't played a ton of cornerback in high school and that's reflected by Scout, Rivals and 247...I think.

He's got legit sub 4.5 speed and looks like a really good athlete on film. Despite his inexperience, I think Briscoe has the ability to develop into quality starter who could potentially be an all-conference type of player.
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