Ten 2015 Recruits Who Have the Ability to Turn a College Football Team Around

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Ten 2015 Recruits Who Have the Ability to Turn a College Football Team Around
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QB Ricky Town is an important piece for USC's new regime.

Players who become pillars of collegiate programs can't carry a roster approaching triple digits alone, but they are certainly capable of affecting the culture of a team. Whether prospects arrive on campus surrounded by hype or in anonymity, how they respond to the rigors of college competition ultimately determines their destiny.

Despite being limited to four seasons of game action, a successful player can send his team surging ahead with valuable momentum after he departs. Cam Newton and Johnny Manziel are recent examples of athletes who quickly reshaped the image of their respective squads.

We assessed members of the 2015 recruiting class who could make an immense impact at the next level and help change the fortunes of a team. Therefore, we left out prospects who are headed to programs that currently reside atop the game's hierarchy (go ahead and sit this one out if you're looking for an Alabama commit).

Here's a look at 10 young playmakers who are prepared to make a profound difference.

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