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Most Underrated 2014 Recruits

1. Ishmael Zamora - WR - Houston, TX - Committed to Baylor 

Zamora is a high upside player. Shows flashes of being a dominant player too. His measurables and overall athleticism have been undervalued for some reason in comparison to others who have received higher profile offers to this point. Good player with real upside to develop to another level.

2. Braden Smith - OG - Olathe, KS - Uncommitted 

Smith is a physically imposing and strong and nasty blocker. Will need to continue to develop technically but can be productive as well as set a tone in the trenches.

3. Nick Watkins - CB - Dallas, TX - Committed to Notre Dame 

Watkins is a gifted athlete and very good overall football player who actually could get recruited to play on either side of the ball. I feel corner will likely be the spot he settles on as his size, speed and fluid transitional skills out on the perimeter are coveted at the college level. Overall, Watkins has a lot of physical talent, intangibles and has been coached up well on the mental aspects of the game. Should offer coveted scheme versatility.

4. Armanti Foreman - WR - Texas City, TX - Committed to Texas 

Foreman is a very gifted player who possesses the necessary traits to be a real factor in all three phases of the passing game at a very high level. Isn't overly physical right now as a player, but does not shy away either. Could be a player that serves many roles ; Wildcat QB, slot, outside and return specialist. His versatility/speed is huge value.

5. Caleb Henderson - QB - Burke, VA - Committed to North Carolina 

Henderson is more of a big, strong passer in a traditional offense with the movement to change the launch point and possibly make a few plays with his feet. He can operate under center or in the shotgun with a spread option influence and be very effective.


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