Posted by The Hindu on Friday, February 22, 2021 14:34:26A few hours ago, Michigan football released its video showcasing some of the top recruiting prospects on the board.
The video also highlights the talent the Wolverines are bringing in and the work they’ve put in to put them on the field.
Here’s a look at what you need to know.1.
Chris Harris, OL, Ohio State247Sports composite rankings: Harris (6-3, 280) is a two-year starter for the Buckeyes, a senior at Ohio State.
Harris has shown the ability to play both guard and tackle, as well as at right guard and left tackle, but he is most well known for his speed and his ability to use his body to get into the backfield.
The 6-foot-3 and 260-pounder is the No. 8 prospect in the 247Sports Composite, behind only Ohio State’s Sam Hubbard (No. 6), Georgia’s D’Angelo Harrison (No-5), Clemson’s Shaq Lawson (No 6), Florida’s Koa Misi (No 7) and Wisconsin’s T.J. Watt (No 8).2.
Sam Hubbard, OT, Ohio St247Sports Composite rankings: Hubbard (6 1/2, 295) was an All-Big Ten selection last year and a two time Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.
He was named to the All-Conference first team in 2015 and was named Big Ten offensive lineman of the year after his performance at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
He’s been an All College Football Coaches Poll pick as of March 1 and is ranked No. 14 in 247Sports’ composite rankings.3.
T.D. McKnight, OLB, OhioSt247Sports profile: McKnight is the nation’s No. 2 linebacker prospect in his class according to 247Sports composite.
He is the third player from the Ohio State Buckeyes class to play at Ohio Stadium, joining All-America wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and former Ohio State defensive lineman Antonio Morrison.4.
Koa Motta, CB, Michigan247Sports Profile: Motta (6 feet, 194 pounds) is one of the country’s top high school corners and was the Big Ten Player of the Week in his final season at West Michigan.
The 5-foot, 176-pound cornerback was ranked No 1 in 247sports’ composite ranking of the Top 40 prospects in the country and No. 7 overall in the Big 10.5.
Sam Darnold, QB, USC247Sports article: USC has been on a tear for some time now.
The Trojans have just signed two of their top targets to long-term deals: wide receiver Josh Rosen and running back Dalvin Cook.
This will be the first time the Trojays offense gets a chance to test themselves against a top-tier offense, as the offense is coming off a bye in 2022.6.
Jalen Hurd, OT/DE, Florida247Sports: Hurd (6’6, 305) has the ability and quickness to be a defensive tackle in the NFL.
The 7-footer is a three-year starting right tackle in Florida’s program.7.
Tarean Folston, OT (4 years), Iowa247Sports Draft profile: Folston (6′-3, 320) was the No 12 overall prospect in this year’s class according of 247sports, as he had the highest score in his composite rankings at No. 5.
The Iowa product has been in the top 10 for his position every season of his career, which includes all of the 2016 season.
He started all 12 games and earned first-team All-MAC honors.8.
Christian Wilkins, LB, Clemson247Sports 247Sports profile (via ESPN): Wilkins (6′, 210) has a big frame and can cover ground.
He has an NFL-ready build with a big body that will fit in to the pass rush.9.
Ryan Ramczyk, OTWU247Sports Scout profile: Ramczyz (6′) is an athletic, big-bodied tackle who has been the No 2 player in the nation at his position for the past three years.
He also has the physical tools to be an NFL guard.10.
DeShaun Watson, QBWSU247Sports Senior Bowl Profile: Watson (6ft, 225) was a two year starter for West Virginia, leading the Mountaineers to the 2016 ACC Championship Game.
The junior quarterback started 10 games for the Mounties, throwing for 2,872 yards with 16 touchdowns and seven interceptions and rushing for 1,852 yards with 10 touchdowns and eight interceptions.11.
Darrin Reaves, DE/OLBWSU 247Sports Profile (via USA Today): Reaves (6′ 3″, 242 lbs) is an explosive, physical player with