Posted On: 07/23/20 11:00 AM

As players prepare for the 2020 season, several high-level players have yet to receive much recruiting interest. These are the best defensive lineman in the 2021 class without a college offer at any level.

Blake SmithersBlakeSmithers6'1" | DLLaker | 2021MI | 6’1", 295 | Laker

Smithers is an underrated prospect with college ready size and strength. He shows solid quickness at the snap and plays with a relentless motor to chase down the quarterback. Smithers has the talent to play on the next level and should be seeing the offers come in this season.

*Before this article was published, Smithers received his first two offers from Northwood and Valparaiso.

Ray BellRayBell6'3" | DLGrosse Pointe North | 2021MI | 6’3", 250 | Grosse Pointe North

Bell is a strong run defender that can set the edge, shed and make tackles with some consistency. He flashes some pass rush ability, but he has the athleticism to get better in this area once he develops more rush moves. Bell has the size that college coaches look for and should see more interest with more exposure.

James ClayJamesClay6'3" | DLColoma | 2021MI | 6’3", 330 | Coloma

Clay is a massive, run stuffing nose tackle that is tough to move. He has

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