10 Most Outrageous Stat Lines from 2015's Top Recruits

Edwin WeathersbyAnalyst IApril 23, 2014

10 Most Outrageous Stat Lines from 2015's Top Recruits

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    The 2015 recruiting class features some exceptionally productive recruits. People who follow recruiting forget prospects are also players who produce and play for teams in the fall.

    Some prospects, however, are just more productive on the field right now than others. A 4-star quarterback threw for almost 6,000 yards as a junior, while a 4-star defensive tackle had a jaw-dropping amount of sacks.

    Plus, a pair of 4-star teammates were a dangerous combination for opposing teams last season.

    All recruiting ratings and rankings are from 247Sports' Composite Rankings.
    Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.comRivals and 247Sports.

Ty Storey, QB

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    At 6'3" and 216 pounds, 4-star quarterback Ty Storey was a headache for a lot of teams last fall for Charleston High School in Arkansas.

    Storey, who is committed to Arkansas, threw for 4,241 yards and 52 touchdowns. He also used his legs to rush for a modest 180 yards.

     

Rocky Reid, RB

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    Rocky Reid may not come to Tennessee with as much hype as other members of his recruiting class, but he deserves more attention.

    Reid has good size for a running back at 6'0" and 220 pounds, plus he's proven he has the skill set to shred defenses. The North Carolina native plays for Concord High School, and he rushed for 3,355 yards and 39 touchdowns in 2013, says MaxPreps

    In Reid, the Volunteers may be getting a better player than many realize.

Brady White, QB

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    Hart High School in Santa Clarita, California, has been home to some of the better quarterback prospects in the Golden State over the years. Among its most notable alumni is Kyle Boller, who played at California and for several NFL teams earlier this century.

    Hart's latest quarterback prospect is 4-star passer Brady White. The 6'2", 190-pounder took advantage of Hart's pass-heavy offense and threw for 4,535 yards and 41 touchdowns as a junior, according to MaxPreps.

    White could easily top the 5,000-yard mark as a senior, and the next recruit on this list will be looking to help him achieve that feat.

Trent Irwin, WR

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    White's No. 1 receiver at Hart High School in California is 4-star prospect Trent Irwin.

    With his deceptive speed and 6'2", 190-pound frame, Irwin is a handful for defensive backs. As a junior, he caught 76 passes for 1,456 yards and 19 touchdowns, per MaxPreps

    With White throwing to him again as a senior, Irwin could net 2,000 yards and 25 touchdowns through the air. 

Breiden Fehoko, DL

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    Hailing from Hawaii, Breiden Fehoko is a star at Farrington High School in Honolulu. The 4-star defensive tackle showed last fall that he is among the nation's best interior pass-rushers by notching 24.5 sacks from the defensive tackle position, according to MaxPreps

    At 6'3" and 290 pounds, Fehoko possesses excellent quickness at the snap to fire through gaps. He's stronger than most of his opponents at the point of attack right now, plus the Texas Tech commit is a solid athlete for his position.

    And he's not the only pass-rushing Fehoko on this list. His cousin, T.J. Fehoko, is a defensive standout at his high school in Utah.  

Johnny Frasier, RB

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    Johnny Frasier is a 4-star running back from North Carolina who is feared by defenses all around his state. 

    The 5'11", 200-pounder has a solid combination of speed and power, plus he can wiggle around a defender or two. That is how Frasier totaled the 3,042 yards and 45 touchdowns MaxPreps credited him with as a junior. 

    Princeton High School's finest has Florida State in front, says 247Sports.

Kyler Murray, QB

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    Kyler Murray is one of the best high school football players in Texas, and that is saying something due to the Lone Star State always being full of elite talent.

    Although Murray is only 5'11" and 170 pounds, he played like a giant in 2013. Allen High School's starting quarterback passed for 3,669 yards and 46 touchdowns, while rushing for 1,274 yards and 19 scores on the ground, says 247Sports.

    Murray's accuracy and athleticism will again be on full display in 2015.

Kellen Overstreet, RB

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    Penney High School in Missouri is home to Kellen Overstreet, a 3-star running back prospect. At 6'0" and 189 pounds, Overstreet has solid instincts and quickness with the ball.

    He ran for 3,327 yards rushing, plus he totaled an amazing 53 touchdowns on the ground in 2013, per MaxPreps. Shockingly, Overstreet still lacks a single scholarship offer, according to 247Sports.

    Someone needs to immediately jump on this uber-productive running back recruit.

T.J. Fehoko, DE

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    Colorado has a commitment from 3-star defensive end T.J. Fehoko. The Utah native could be ready to help in Boulder from the first day he's on campus.

    At 6'1" and 245 pounds, Fehoko isn't the biggest defensive end prospect in the country, but he's extremely productive. As a junior, he posted 34 sacks in only 10 games, which MaxPreps says led the nation in 2013.

    What's even more remarkable about Fehoko's stat line is that Cottonwood High School's finest also produced at linebacker and defensive tackle.

Jake Browning, QB

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    A 4-star quarterback recruit, Jake Browning was a surgeon at the quarterback position in 2013. He completed 76 percent of his passes for 5,737 yards, according to MaxPreps. Browning's 75 touchdowns last season set a California single-season record, according to Scott Eklund of Dawgman.com.

    The 6'2", 185-pound passer has excellent poise on the field, plus he is in full command of his offense. Browning is an accurate passer who is a natural distributor of the football.

    He is committed to Washington.

    Scout.com also says:

    Threw for a Northern California record 5,248 yards and 63 touchdowns as a sophomore to just 16 interceptions in 2012 for Folsom (Calif.). Named a Sophomore All-American. Dad Ed Browning played at Oregon State.

     

    Edwin Weathersby is the College Football Recruiting Analyst for Bleacher Report. He has worked in scouting/player personnel departments for three professional football teams, including the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns.