Cameron Burrows is yet another talented cornerback in the ridiculously deep 2013 class of cover men.
Despite impressively being ranked No. 44 overall by 247Sports composite ranking, the 4-star is only regarded as the seventh-best cornerback.
That speaks to the depth of the position more than anything else.
Nonetheless, you're simply splitting hairs with all of the top lockdown prospects at this point, and an argument can be made for any of them earning the prime spot.
Burrows, a product of Trotwood-Madison High School in Ohio, has the optimal combination of size, speed and athleticism that coaches are constantly searching for in a cornerback.
In addition to size and speed, Burrows is a polished player with skills that should carry him a long way at the next level.
He reads the quarterback's eyes well, has ideal footwork, is quick out of his break and knows how to jump routes, has a high football IQ and is versatile with the ability to play either corner or safety.
Burrows—much like every other high school football player—still has plenty of room for improvement, but he appears primed to make life for quarterbacks and wide receivers painful over the next four years.
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Unless otherwise noted, all recruiting star ratings are courtesy of 247Sports' composite system.