Full Ride Power Rankings: Vernon Hargreaves III Highlights Stellar '13 CB Class

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoApril 18, 2012

 The 2013 Class of cornerbacks is nothing short of stellar with Vernon Hargreaves III (Tampa, Fla.), MacKensie Alexander (Immokalee, Fla.), Kendall Fuller (Olney, Md.), Priest Willis (Tempe, Ariz.) and Cole Luke (Chandler, Ariz.) leading the way. J.C. Shurburtt of 247Sports.com joins Full Ride to talk about what makes each of them special.

Watch as Shurburtt highlights each of their games and tells us who is in the lead for blue chip cover men Fuller and Luke as well as the national recruitment of Arizona's Priest Willis.

Why is 5'11", 180-pound corner Vernon Hargreaves III rated as the No. 4 overall recruit in the country? Find out why Shurburtt thinks he's a foundation player.

Power programs LSU, USC, Florida, Alabama, Florida State, Clemson, Oklahoma, Miami and Virginia Tech are fighting to land one or more of these five elite cornerbacks.

 

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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Video and picture courtesy: 247Sports.com

Video courtesy: NationalPreps.com

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