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High school WR Devin Duvernay "could be very hard to handle," notes ESPN's Tom Luginbill.

Duvernay is a three-and-out candidate. "Pound for pound, Duvernay is one of the best athletes in this class, and with technical refinement as a route runner (which just about every prospect needs coming out)," Luginbill wrote. "He is built like Dez Bryant was when he came out of high school. On talent alone, Duvernay should see the field quickly and move the chains in a fashion that will make scouts take notice." ESPN ranks Duvernay as the No. 48 prospect in the 2016 class. Duvernay has not yet committed to a school.
Jun 4 - 3:39 PM

High school T Willie Allen "may not be Cameron Robinson in terms of pure college readiness, but Allen could see a Cyrus Kouandjio-like start to his career in which he is slowly spoon fed early on and then taken off the leash," writes ESPN's Tom Luginbill.

Allen, not yet committed to a school, is a three-and-out candidate, according to the scribe. "He plays in a veer option scheme so his upside as a pass protector is through the roof," Luginbill wrote. ESPN ranks Allen as the No. 5 overall prospect in the 2016 ESPN 300.
Jun 4 - 2:25 PM

ESPN projects high school DE Nick Bosa as a three-and-done player.

"His brother, Joey, at Ohio State could likely leave after his true junior season and Nick won't be too far behind," wrote Tom Luginbill. "Considering his physical attributes, mental makeup and technical readiness, the younger Bosa will enter college possibly more ready than his brother. He too is at a premium position." Nick is the No. 3 overall player in the 2016 class, according to ESPN. "Plays with a good lower pad level and does a good job of consistently shooting his hands," reads his scouting report. "A strong wrap-up tackler and physical overall defender in a phone booth. As pass rusher can use his strength and explosive get-off to bull rush and knock OL off balance. Looks to possess quite a bit more mass then is listed." He is undeclared.
Jun 3 - 4:24 PM

High school senior DT Rashan Gary is projected by ESPN to be a three-and-out college player.

In other words, if all goes according to play, Gary will declare early for the NFL draft after his true junior season. "Gary is at a premium interior position and will likely get enough action as a true freshman to set him up for two consecutive strong seasons, especially if he can stay healthy," wrote Tom Luginbill. "The technical side will only become more refined as Gary gains experience, but when it comes to requisite skill set he has the goods." Gary is the No. 1 recruit in the ESPN 300. The New Jersey native has offers from basically everyone. Because he isn't tipping his hand early, it's difficult at present moment to predict an eventual victor for his services.
Jun 3 - 3:10 PM

Three-star 2015 DT recruit Du'Vonta Lampkin will not enroll at Texas due to not fulfilling a language requirement.

Texas beat writer Anwar Richardson said the school has yet to release Lampkin from his signing, so the DT is not free to commit to any other school at this time. This could happen in time, however, and it would leave Texas without a defensive tackle commit in 2015. Oklahoma could be Lampkin's final landing spot.
Source: Scout
May 31 - 9:25 AM


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