Posted On: 02/15/21 4:30 PM

Let’s jump into Part 3 of our 2022 Early Watch List series in York County, S.C. Read until the end because we’ll be jumping into other recruiting notes from the past week that we heard as well.

If you missed Part 1 of our 2022 Early Watch List series in York County, S.C., check it out here.

If you missed Part 2 of our 2022 Early Watch List series in York County, S.C., check it out here.

(*) indicates that this prospect’s stats were available at the time this article was written:

Fort Mill – WR/CB J.J. Ogwal

Twitter: @jj_ogwal

2020 Hudl highlight film

*2020 Season Stats: 16 solo tackles, 28 total tackles, 4.7 tackles per game, 6 pass deflections

Analysis: Ogwal is a two-way player who excels on both offense and defense, but his strength may be in what he’s able to do at receiver. He runs crisp, smooth routes where he’s able to make a clean catch and he gets right up field upon making the grab. There’s no juking or dancing in space from this guy. That versatility at receiver helps him at defensive back because he anticipates well what the receiver will do, which is a combo of experience and being a great student of the game. He’s also a great student in the classroom with a 3.6 GPA.

Legion Collegiate Academy – FS Judge Collier

Twitter: @CollierJudge

2020 Hudl highlight film

Analysis: Collier is what you’re looking for at free safety. He has good instincts and anticipates where the quarterback is going to go with his throws. His backpedal is excellent which allows him to roam freely and make interceptions – he can get up and high point the ball. He’s also strong against the run as he recognizes the plays quickly and can come up and make big hits on the ball carrier. He’s excellent in the classroom with a 4.4 GPA.

Northwestern – FS Michael McMullen

Twitter: @McMullen_

2020 Hudl highlight film

Analysis: One of the things that jumped about McMullen watching his tape is how quickly he fills the ally on running plays. He’s also aggressive in getting to the ball and makes solid tackles on the ball carrier. He excels in getting off blocks, like on one play where we saw him force the runner back inside in order to allow the defense to make the tackle.

South Pointe – OL/DE Joshua Greenwood

Twitter: @JoshGreenwoodFB

2020 Hudl highlight film

Analysis: Greenwood is a strong offensive and defensive lineman who excels at either position, whether it be using his hands to knock the defensive tackle off the ball, not allowing him to get any penetration into the backfield right at the snap, or at the defensive end position, where he is a tough guy to handle as he can get after the quarterback with an extremely high motor. He is an excellent student in the classroom with a 3.75 GPA.

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