10 Most Outrageous Stat Lines from 2014's Top Recruits

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10 Most Outrageous Stat Lines from 2014's Top Recruits

One of the best ways to get yourself noticed by college coaches as a high school football player is to be productive. The players who are the most productive are the first ones we all notice when we watch a game and the ones who receive the most coverage and get the most attention.

If a player isn't productive at the high school level, then why would we believe he's going to be productive in college? Dominating current competition is a trait that I always look for in a prospect, and it's the sign of a potentially great player.

With this 2014 recruiting class, some of the top recruits are not just top recruits because they're big, strong, quick and fast; they're top recruits because they've also been extremely productive. The main way to really see if a player has been productive is to check stat lines.

So for this read, here are the 10 most outrageous stat lines from some top 2014 recruits. These are the most productive elite recruits in the country this year.

Lead photo courtesy of DavidsonNews.net

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