Dorial Green-Beckham Highlights 2012 Impact Freshmen: 'Full Ride' Top Recruits

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Full Ride's first segment breaks down the five offensive players from the Class of 2012 who will be making an instant impact as freshmen.  Fox Sports’ national scouting director Scott Kennedy pegs Dorial Green-Beckham, Duke Johnson, Keith Marshall, Johnathan Gray and Stefon Diggs as the five players who you should keep your eye on.

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Green-Beckham, who is widely regarded as the top recruit from the Class of 2012, caught 87 passes for 1,683 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2011.  Green-Beckham is staying in-state to play for Missouri.

The Miami Hurricanes and Al Golden landed local product Duke Johnson, who rushed for over 2,000 yards at Miami Norland High School.

Gray, who will be attending the University of Texas, set the world on fire as a senior, scoring an astonishing 70 touchdowns.

Our Lady of Good Counsel's do-everything athlete, Diggs, also decided to stay home in Maryland.  Diggs is rated as a top-five wide receiver or cornerback.  Early word is that Maryland head coach Randy Edsall plans to start Diggs out on the offensive side of the ball.

Raleigh, North Carolina running back Keith Marshall figures to get on the field early at Georgia.  Kennedy compared the all-purpose back’s lightning speed to Oregon’s DeAnthony Thomas.

Full Ride is Bleacher Report's weekly college football recruiting show that pulls back the curtain to give you the hottest news, analysis, interviews and highlights. 

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