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Name 1 or 2 signees today that might not be highly highly rated, but that you think have the
potential to be big stars before their careers are over at Auburn.
1) Dominic Walker
2) Peyton Barber
I agree with Peyton Barber, Dom is ranked a 4 star with some services.
I'd probably go with Marcus Davis and Mackenro Alexander. As far as the JUCO guys I'd watch out for Brandon King and Nick Marshall.
1. Barber (way under rated)
2. K. Melton
Kid has a good head on his shoulders. He could turn into a very crafty corner. If he can become a little more physical, I think he'll be a player.
3. B. King
He will be a starter at safety our star
Cam Melton and Mackenro Alexander. Melton has all the tools, he just needs to put on some muscle, and everyone keeps overlooking Mackenro because of his brother, but Mackenro has a limitless ceiling I believe.
I'll take this post one step further. Name someone you consider to be overrated in our class and why. I'll say Cameron Toney because of his severely average or below average speed I should say. He is a very raw talent that could develop into a solid player, but from looking at his film, I just don't see a 4 star college ready player.
This post was edited by ColaChiver 17 months ago
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"There's no doubt, we're going up."
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ON TO VICTORY - STRIKE UP THE BAND
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Brandon King. He's got good speed and good instincts. I'm surprised he's only a three star. CEJ is going to use him with brutal efficacy.
I'm ready to see J. Smith and M. Davis take over for Bray/Reed in that slot position. Its about time we got some production out of that spot. With that being said, I think Reed will have a good year, now that he's back in Malzahns offense.
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