2015's breakout candidates
Senior seasons are here for the 2015 class. Here are 10 under-the-radar prospects poised to become household names.
DE Canton Kaumatule
ESPN 300 rank: 48
Kaumatule missed the majority of the 2013 season due to a pair of injuries. Now back and healthy, the 6-foot-6, 270-pound prospect has the chance to make a big jump during the season and at the Under Armour All-America Game. The only sophomore named to the 2012 USA Today Preseason All-USA team in 2012 is the younger brother of Stanford defensive end Luke Kaumatule. The Cardinal and Oregon Ducks are considered the favorites to land No. 48 Kaumatule.
Scouts' Edge: Kaumatule hasn't lost a step with his ability get off the football and disrupt in the first couple scrimmages of the 2014 season. He's pursued the ball with relentless effort and proper angles while showing little signs of rust. Kaumatule made key tackles with his long reach and seems ready to reach his potential this season.
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