Focus shifts to 2014 class
A look at some teams already off to a good start for the Class of 2014
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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