10 Most Underrated Offensive Recruits in Class of 2014

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10 Most Underrated Offensive Recruits in Class of 2014

College football has become an exciting sport to watch because of the evolution of offenses. The Wing-T and wishbone attacks that ruled past generations have been overtaken by the West Coast offense, Don Coryell system and various versions of the spread offense.

Offensive football players have also evolved, as recruits on this side of the ball receive more attention than their defensive counterparts. For the 2014 class, running back Leonard Fournette, offensive tackle Cameron Robinson, quarterback David Cornwell and receiver prospect Speedy Noil command the spotlight.

However, an offensive lineman in Wisconsin may have the skill to be a great left tackle. A running back in California has the potential to dominate the Pac-12, and a versatile player from Mississippi has the speed to be a dangerous offensive threat in the SEC.


Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.comRivals247Sports and ESPNU.






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