Duos are great to have on a football team because opponents cannot key in on just one player. Coaches can get more creative with their schemes and play-calling. Also, having multiple talented players is never a bad thing in the first place.
Many potential dynamic duos may arise from recruits in this cycle. Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown has a future quarterback-to-receiver combo which should score many points in his offense. Clemson can say the same thing with two of its commitments.
Alabama has a pair of defensive studs who should team up to hurt SEC offenses. Finally, Texas A&M may see two of its defensive backs make a great tandem.