The nation's 2nd-ranked defensive end Mario Edwards, who committed to Florida State in March, is now…
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MLB Brian Nance (6'3, 215) – Euless Trinity Nance is physically bigger than he was one year ago and is no longer limping on his re-built knee, fixing an ACL injury he suffered in the off-season. He brings the wood and his instincts help get hin in the right spot to collect tackles. He is still not running as well as he did last season, but he seems to be closer and closer to full speed as every week goes by. OG/C Hiva Lutui (6'1, 270) – Euless Trinity Hiva is Mr. Consistency. Every game I watch him play Trinity lines up to run the ball behind him. Last year's offensive line was pretty good, but this year's line may be nastier. Lutui will line up at left or right guard and can drive his man off of the ball or he can pull and open up holes going in either direction. He is in great shape and has the room to add 20 pounds of good weight in college. He is a leader on and off of the field. LB Alex De La Torre (6'1, 225) – Denton Ryan The team is loaded up front and that clears things up for De La Torre and the other linebackers to make a lot of tackles. He is very technically sound and knows how to finish tackles. He also has a tendency to make a big play when the team needs it. Other players in the state gain more accolades and have more stars next to their name, but this guy will consistently make as many things happen as any of them. DE Mario Edwards (6'4, 280) – Denton Ryan A monster at defensive end, who is already bigger than many guys who play the position on the college level, which makes you beg to ask yourself is there a scenario where he does not grow in to a defensive tackle position on the next level, but Edwards is extremely quick off of the ball and with his strength he gives the best offensive tackle fits. Still even if he has to make the move to the interior he has the upside to be quite special. WR/S Ricky Seals-Jones (6'6, 200) – Sealy One of the first five-stars for the Class of 2013 and the biggest problem a college will have with him is finding what position suits him best. He predominantly plays quarterback and safety and some receiver in high school, but with his size and frame it is not too early to rule out the possibility he could grow in to a defensive end or tight end. After watching him on the field and on the hardwood it is hard not to envision him as a huge weapon split out wide.
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