Posted On: 01/12/21 1:39 PM

As we begin to shift our focus a bit to the class of 2022, there are a lot of great players that aren’t yet getting the notoriety they deserve. While this group has a mixture of public and private school players, we’re expecting several of these players to step up in the spring.

Elijah WilsonElijahWilson6'0" | DBMooresville | 2022StateNC, 6’ 180, Mooresville

Wilson is a future star that had a quietly productive sophomore season as a varsity starter. Wilson has great size and the versatility to play either corner or safety. Mooresville left him alone in single-high coverage both on running and passing downs, a testament to the faith the coaching staff has in Wilson. He has the potential to be a game-breaking defensive back and is definitely a guy to watch this spring.

Quentin Glass, 6’ 170, Northern Durham

Glass has flown a bit under the radar in his first two seasons, but his film is impressive. Despite being a bit undersized, he’s a disciplined corner with good length. He’s versatile in that he can play man or zone coverage and tackles well in space. He’s played some safety and corner, but we like his film at corner and think he

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