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5 Reasons 2015 College Football Recruiting Class Could Be Best of 2010s

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5 Reasons 2015 College Football Recruiting Class Could Be Best of 2010s
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UCLA commit Josh Rosen headlines a loaded class of California quarterbacks.

College football recruiting offices spend a lot of time comparing prospects during early evaluations of a recruiting class. Coaches hand out grades, position by position, to determine which players will be sent early scholarship offers, which will be dealt with on a wait-and-see basis and which should pursue opportunities elsewhere.

The 2015 class offers plenty for programs to consider and, from top to bottom, may be the best we've seen this decade. A large collection of recruits began receiving offers as underclassmen, while others are just starting to see interest mount as dominoes fall across the country.

This group boasts big-time talent at each position with incredible depth in certain spots. We examine the strengths of this class that could separate it from the rest when measured against other classes of the 2010s.

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