As we all know, this is not the the 1950's, where players were asked to play both ways on each side of the ball. Modern football has players focusing on one position and playing that position to the best of their focus and ability.
In high school, many players do play both ways, but when they head off to college ball, the program has them indeed play just one position. Some of the top recruits for this 2013 college football recruiting cycle have shown the ability to play other positions than their listed spots.
This piece will focus the top 11 defensive recruits and identifying where they could excel on the offensive side of the ball in college.