Posted On: 01/9/21 11:28 AM

I absolutely love when prospects are active on social media and want to be seen. Therefor, I was my pleasure to give all of those prospects some love. In the first of three film reviews of the 2022 class, here is my assessment of the tape they have sent me.

Defensive back Noah Hartford, Pinecrest, NC (6’2” and 205-pounds) @noah_hartford3

Versatility jumps off the screen as Hartford lines up at multiple positions. He has a lot of room to grow, which leads me to think he could ultimately get too big to be a defensive back and there could be a transition to linebacker in his future. Either way I love the upside due to his speed and angles he takes to make plays. Hartford read and recognition skills are impress, he’s almost alway around the ball. He excels at special teams, a trait that shows he’s willing to do anything for his team.

Defensive back / athlete Michael Torres, Evergreen Park, IL (5’10” and 173-pounds) @MikeyTorres04

I’m a big fan of defensive backs who aren’t afraid of contact and Torres fits that bill. In this age of football, you have

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