Focus shifts to 2014 class
A look at some teams already off to a good start for the Class of 2014
RecruitingNation: 2014 top classes
Before the Class of 2013 was even in the books, coaches were already working on the Class of 2014. Here are some programs that are off to a good start. And please note: This is not a ranking of these classes -- it's way too early for that -- and teams are listed in alphabetical order.DeShaun Watson, an elusive athlete at the QB position who has a quick release, and Watch List TE-Y Cannon Smith, who makes a nice, big target at 6-foot-5. The Tigers will get a boost from ESPN Watch List prospect Dalvin Cook, a promising RB out of Florida with excellent top-end speed who shows big-play potential.
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