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Posted On: 07/12/21 9:17 AM

Allow me to make an educated guess here. Because of the new transfer rules and the abundance of talented prospects currently in the transfer portal, college coaches are slow playing some high school prospects that, in any other year, would have been offered by now. That is especially true at positions that have traditionally been much harder to scout, namely the offensive and defensive lines.

Our defensive line "Offer Watch" has tremendous talent, and despite the difficult circumstances, I expect at least a few of these guys to contribute early in their college careers.

Josh Iseah Josh Iseah 6'2" | DL Independence | 2023 State NC , 6’2 230, 2023- Independence

We ranked Iseah as the fourth-best defensive line prospect in the class of 2023 and the 21st-best overall prospect in the state and in all seriousness, that might not be high enough. He’s big, explosive and athletic enough to excel not just as an edge rusher, but as a tight end on offense. He can do anything, as shown by the fact that he threw a touchdown pass last season as well. He put up All-State numbers in one of the toughest conferences in the state last season as a sophomore. He’s a guy you want rushing the

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