Born: February 17th, 1998 (21 years old) Height:6’1 Weight: 255 Lbs Position: Inside Linebacker University:Louisiana State
One of the best characters of this class is horse maven Devin White. White was ESPNs 3rd ranked ATH in Louisiana for the 2016 class. He not only played linebacker, but he also rushed for over 80 touchdowns in high school. Just goes to show you that he has room to grow at linebacker, and he is a tremendous athlete. In 2016, Devin earned Freshman All-SEC honors after registering 30 tackles, 3 for a loss, a sack, and a forced fumble. White’s 2017 campaign earned him 1st team All-SEC honors, jumping him into the national college football spotlight. He came in 2nd in the SEC in total tackles with 133, 13.5 for a loss, and 4.5 sacks. In his last season with the Tigers he was able to lead the SEC in total tackles with 123, 12 for a loss, 3 sacks, and 6 pass deflections. His 2018 performance earned him 1st Team All-American, 1st Team All-SEC honors and even the 2018 Butkus Award.
Born: Oct 23rd, 1997 (21 years old) Height: 6’4 Weight: 264 Lbs Position: Defensive End University: Ohio State
The Bosa family is full of great athletes, and Nick is no different. His father John was a first round pick in 1987, and his brother Joey was the 3rd overall pick in 2016. Playing at St. Thomas Aquinas, Nick became ESPN’s #1 defensive end, and a 5 star recruit. After committing to Ohio State, Nick played in 29 games for the Buckeyes and recorded 29 sacks. He hardly had to play in 2018 to let the nation know he should be the 1st overall player in the 2019 NFL Draft. He did miss most of the 2018 due to a core injury that required surgery, but still managed to get 6 sacks and a handful more of quarterback pressures in the 3 games he did play in.
Born: June 30th, 1997 (22 years old) Height: 6’4 Weight: 240 Lbs Position: Wide Receiver University:Ole Miss
The Metcalf family is familiar with the NFL and now comes the latest generation. One part of the deadly NWO trio at Ole Miss, D.K Metcalf, was a 4 star recruit out of Ole Miss’ backyard in Oxford, Mississippi. The 4 star was able to get playing time as a freshman, but had to end his season early due to a broken foot after just 2 games. He was awarded a medical redshirt for his freshman season, then burst back onto the field with 39 catches, 646 yards, and 7 touchdowns as a redshirt freshman the following season. D.K. would continue showing growth as he caught 26 catches for 569 yards, 21.6 yards a catch and 5 touchdowns in just his first 7 games. Unfortunately, Metcalf would suffer another setback, this one coming in the form of a season ending neck injury. DeKaylin chose to forgo his NCAA career after just his redshirt sophomore year, and I can’t blame him. I would love to see a full season of him at Ole Miss, but his talents are too good to risk at the NCAA level.
Born:Dec 17th, 1997 (21 years old) Height:6’4 Weight:215 Lbs Position:Wide Receiver University:Arizona State
N’Keal’s mother moved to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines shortly after giving birth to him in 1997. He then moved to Arizona with his grandmother where he wound up becoming a 5 star recruit by his senior year. Out of his 14 offers, including UT, USC, and Oregon, Harry stayed home as he committed to Arizona State. Harry has caught a pass in all 37 games of his career, and has since been named a First Team All-Pac-12 receiver twice. He finished his career with 213 catches, 2,889 receiving yards, and 26 total touchdowns. He has just recently posted work out videos of him jumping a 42 inch vertical, and bench pressing 225 Lbs 24 times; Harry should be an exciting watch come time for the NFL Combine.