College Football Recruiting: Will Anyone Beat out Lane Kiffin for Su'a Cravens?
If you have not heard the name Su'a Cravens for the 2013 recruiting cycle, then folks, you are missing out on one of the more dynamic players in the country.
Cravens is a west coast kid out of Murrieta, California. He's listed as a safety, but the guy plays running back and wide receiver in high school.
Cravens is on everyone's short list when it comes to the top athletes for the class of 2013. He has the raw athleticism that you are looking for where potential is concerned and Cravens possesses the polished approach to the game that screams instant impact.
In watching his tapes, you can see the run, jump, start, stop athletic prowess that's got Su'a into the discussion as the top athlete in the nation. As you see his technique paired with that athleticism, it is quite clear why everyone who is anyone in the college football landscape has given the kid an offer.
Even in the sea of offers, Cravens has narrowed down his favorites to USC, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State and UCLA. Most folks think USC is the favorite, and for Lane Kiffin, snagging Su'a Cravens would be a victory in California recruiting and would continue to build his class of absolutely All-Stars.
Brady Hoke is selling Cravens on being Michigan's next great defensive back, while Bo Pelini at Nebraska has a legitimate, pressing need for Cravens' services.
As for Ohio State and UCLA, Urban Meyer would love to get his hands on a dynamic player like Cravens, while Jim Mora and the Bruins could use the boost in-state. For a program looking to infuse some talent into the roster, Su'a would be a great start.
The battle is going to be an interesting one as everyone is vying for the services of this young man. Many expect him to stay close to home, but Michigan's Brady Hoke is working on building something special; perhaps the second-year head coach can pry Cravens out of California.
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