Breaking Down Which Uncommitted 5-Star Recruit Is the Best
While many of the nation's top recruits in the class of 2013 have committed to their school of choice, for now, there are still a handful of 5-star recruits left undecided that are drawing a ton of attention.
Which of these uncommitted recruits is the best though?
Here's a list of the uncommitted 5-stars based off of 247Sports' rankings, and then we'll break down the best, of the best:
Uncommitted 5-star recruits:
Montravius Adams, DT, Vienna (GA)
Laremy Tunsil, OT, Lake City (FL)
Matthew Thomas, OLB, Miami (FL)
Dorian Johnson, OT, Belle Vernon (PA)
Ricky Seals-Jones, WR, Sealy (TX)
Robert Foster, WR, Monaca (PA)
Vonn Bell, S, Rossville (GA)
Priest Willis, CB, Tempe (AZ)
As you can see, it's a pretty short and exclusive list of 5-star players left undecided.
All of these recruits are deserving of their rankings and will be big-time recruiting wins for whichever programs pick them up, but there is one that stands out amongst them all.
Defensive tackle Montravius Adams has the skill set to be the next dominant D-lineman to play college football. I wrote a pretty extensive report on his abilities as a 5-star defensive tackle here, and I firmly believe that he can be the ultimate difference maker for a program on the defensive side of the ball.
Is Adams the best uncommitted 5-star?
He's only a senior in high school, but he already has NFL size at 6'4'', 310 pounds. He has a great set of moves that help him get off the block, a very quick first step and he's incredibly aggressive.
Adams will be a game-changer in college football, now we just have to wait and see where he ends up.
Adams is easily my 1A, but if there was a 1B I'd have to give it to Vonn Bell, the 5-star safety out of Georgia.
Bell is a safety that can be very strong against the run, but he's also a good pass defender. He checks in at 5'11.5'', 190 pounds, which is decent, but 247Sports has him running a 4.45 40-yard dash, which is incredible.
He's an explosive defensive back that isn't afraid to fly down and play strong against the run at the line of scrimmage. His downhill speed really sets him apart as a safety, and he's a very solid tackler.
Bell may not be the flashiest 5-star player available, but he's extremely fundamental and effective as a defender.
Bell and Adams are the two best uncommitted 5-stars, and that's saying a lot.
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