Changing Of The Guard (Part Three)

Quincy PierreContributor IJanuary 16, 2009

Morgan Moses OT:  Considering Alabama, North Carolina, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech

Morgan is has a NFL body at 6’7” 350 lbs, but will have to work on his technique a little more. He is a powerful blocker who will surprise some with his quickness off the ball. He is a superb pass protector who will not get beat too often. Every college in America wants this young man and while most believe he will stay home to attend Virginia Tech, I think he will end up at North Carolina with Butch Davis.

Corey Adams DTCommitted to Arizona State, also considered Ohio State, USC

Corey is a promising prospect out of Arizona. He has a good frame and will get bigger and stronger in a college weight room. He possesses quickness to disrupt and get penetration in the backfield. He is a good pass rusher for a defensive tackle. His two favorites are USC and Arizona State, and I think he will stay home which is closer to his family and sign with Arizona State.
Corey Adams verbally committed to Arizona State January 13, 2009... Damn, I'm good!

Xavier Su’a Filo OG:  Considering USC, LSU, BYU, Stanford, UCLA

Xavier is a great talent, who can play tackle or guard. He is very dominant at the point of attack and usually wins his one on one battles. He is also deceptive quick and can reach the second level in a hurry. He has all the attributes you look for in a offensive lineman. Colleges all around want him, but I feel that it is between USC, UCLA, and BYU. Too close to call, but if I had a hunch it will be UCLA.

Jarvis Jones OLB:  Considering Florida, Georgia, LSU, Texas, USC
Jarvis is a good prospect that will get better with some experience. He is a physical tackler who goes through runners and is a deceptive blitzer coming off the edge. He plays zone coverage well enough, but he needs to become faster to cover more downfield in a Cover-Two scheme. This has come down to Florida and Georgia. I believe he will go to Florida and burn Georgia on Signing Day.

Marcus Hall OT:  Considering Illinois, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee
Marcus is just a physical and nasty player. Nasty doesn’t mean dirty, he just plays with such an edge, especially in the run game it makes it difficult for defenses to stop him. He is a good pass blocker with excellent balance and quickness for such a big person. It makes sense to go to his hometown Ohio State, but I feel he will go to Illinois.

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