2014 College Football Recruits with Prototypical Size for Their Position

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2014 College Football Recruits with Prototypical Size for Their Position
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Football is a physical sport, which means that players need to have great size at their position to withstand the taxing punishment that comes with playing the game.

Several players have excelled without possessing great size, including Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith.

However, players who have prototypical size at their position have a greater chance for success. Examining the prospects of 2014 class, several appear to be prototypical physical fits for their positions.

A trio of quarterbacks look like NFL passers. A pair of safeties have bodies that look like linebackers, an offensive guard weighs nearly 400 pounds and a defensive tackle's listed size is shockingly large.

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

All player's sizes are based off their listed height and weight at 247Sports.
 

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