I first started doing scouting reports for the 2014 recruiting class. I tried to point out each player’s strengths and weaknesses and how they projected to the college level, and I also gave an ETA on the earliest point at which I thought they would have a chance to crack the two-deep.
We’re going to start going back in time and looking at my past scouting reports. At this point we can only look at the 2014 and 2015 reports. For 2016 recruits or later, it’s a little bit too soon. Today we’ll begin by going back and looking at the 2014 offensive recruiting class. It was a complete class, which featured two quarterbacks, two running backs, four receivers, four offensive linemen and a tight end.
We’ll start with the quarterbacks and work our way forward. You can click on a player’s name for a link to their TSL recruiting profile, and click on their ETA predictions for a link to the original scouting reports.
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