Posted On: 10/29/20 2:20 PM

We have arrived at our last stop for our positional group breakdown for the defense in 2021 and we’ve saved a good one for last. This defensive back group may be the deepest position across all classes and that’s not just taking the top 5 or 10 into consideration. This has everything from blue-chip Power 5 Division 1 commits, quickly rising stars who may sneak into that division 1 conversation, players who will make a big impact on the division 2 level, and plenty of other college-level defensive backs. Let’s dive in and take a look at the best of the best 2021 has to offer in the secondary.

Kendal DanielsKendalDaniels6'4" | DBBeggs | 2021StateOKBeggs

At this point, there is not much to be said about Texas A&M commit Kendal DanielsKendalDaniels6'4" | DBBeggs | 2021StateOK other than he is the undisputed top prospect in the class of 2021 and is one of the highest-rated defensive backs to come out of Oklahoma in the last 5 years. At 6’4" Daniels often looks like a tight end or big receiver playing safety at the 2A level and hits like a linebacker when he comes downhill in the run game. He has shown versatility throughout his

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