The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Gauging the Progress of the 2017 Recruiting Class

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1) What are your thoughts on the top players of the 2017 recruiting class after almost a full season of them being on the team? Players such as Devon Hunter, Dylan Rivers, Nathan Proctor, and TyJuan Garbutt. – MatthewVT

Chris Coleman: I’ll address each of the four players you asked about individually…

Devon Hunter: I’m not surprised that Hunter didn’t get much time this year. Realistically, the only position he had a chance of playing as a true freshman was rover. Free safety isn’t realistic for a true freshman, and he wasn’t going to play corner. It’s not as if defensive backs get rotated very much, so if Reggie Floyd played at a high level this season, then it was going to be difficult for Hunter to get on the field on defense.

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