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Rivals Ranking Week: 2022 LB Rankings Update


The 2022 rankings were updated after the assessment period in the spring, and now we’re taking a closer look at the individual position rankings. We continue with the linebacker site, which welcomes another five-star and is growing to include a total of 75 rated leads.

the new Release: outer back | inside the back

Program with Most Commitments: Ohio State

Even after losing the commitment to four stars Dasan McCullough for a Big Ten competitor IndianaAnd the Ohio State He still has the best class for Lynne Packer in the 2022 class. In commitments CJ Hicks And the Gaby PowersThe Buckeyes have secured commitments from two of the three five-star prospects in the class, and they’re in good shape for third, Virginia Sean Murphy.

When McCullough was still in the fold, Ohio State had the three best outsiders of the class on their commitment list. Powers earned his fifth star in this update after a spring that included him winning the MVP award Rivals Camp on his future teammate, Hicks, and a host of other top team players.

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Expect to rise: why Moa

The only new four-star in this midfielder ratings update is Utah commit Why Mo. Now ranked number 29 in the outside quarterback after a massive 5.5 three-star transfer, Moa could end up playing on the defensive line in college or being a hybrid daredevil.

Measuring 6-foot-2 and 240 pounds in the last month Rivals Camp In Los Angeles, Moa is already big at full-back, but he shows good sportsmanship and agility and appears to be able to take on the role of SAM defensive linemen. Lately we’ve seen Moa run his hand to the ground, where his speed and agility make it difficult for offensive tackles to protect the middle.

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Expected to watch: Sebastian Chex

After a hiatus of nearly two years, the Chicagoland full-back Sebastian cheeks Finally fit for a high school game this spring. Cheeks’ sophomore season was cut short due to an injury, then Illinois postponed his junior season until spring.

The cheeky mix of size and athletic performance was evident upon viewing this spring, but there was definitely some rust evident as well. Cheeks should be back live and playing a big season in the fall, and that would be helpful to get him back into the feel of the game.

The Four Star is also in the midst of tense recruiting. our lady It is a common early choice for cheeks, but Texas and the city North West They are also firmly in the mix, and he made his first official visit last weekend to North Carolina.


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