The 2021 class is nearly a wrap, with just a few stragglers left to sign. With that, we are breaking down the best classes at each positions, continuing today with the linebackers.
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This is a very deep group led by Dallas Turner and a few physical freaks like Kendrick Blackshire. Some of these guys could be hybrids or grow into defensive linemen.
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The Terps hit a home run here pulling Branden Jennings away from Michigan and keeping Demeioun Robinson in-state and then finished with five-star Terrence Lewis from Florida.
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Barrett Carter is a freaky athlete and Jeremiah Trotter is a huge hitter, and both are among the best in the county. They bring different things to the table.
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Xavian Sorey was a huge pickup. Smael Mondon and the rest can all run to the ball. This group is four deep and all should contribute in the first couple of years.
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5. NORTH CAROLINA
RaRa Dillworth and Power Echols have a chance to be the best outside-inside combo in this class. And Gabe Stephens gets overshadowed a bit, but he is an excellent athlete with speed.
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