Whoa7. Jaquaze Sorrells, DT, Largo, FL (Largo)
Ht 6-3 | Wt 270 | 247 Composite: 4-Star, #81 Overall
Behind The Ranking: Sorrells is well built, with a thick college-ready frame from head to toe. Sorrells has a natural bend about his style of play that lends itself to an ease of movement and agility for a man of his size. He has experience playing both inside and outside and is able to generate a powerful bull-rush with speed/power drives into offensive tackles.
In The Mix: Miami and Clemson are at the peak here, while Florida, Oregon, and Texas A&M are trying to break through here.
Latest: Sorrells is a huge priority for the Canes and has planned a Miami visit for March 25. He also has plans to visit Oregon and Texas A&M this spring as well. FSU is rumored to be in contention here, but sources close to the situation are telling CIS that the Noles are a non-factor and that this will essentially be a Miami-Clemson battle royale. Sorrells’ spring visits will really tell the story and paint a clearer picture.
I don't care if we pulled in 8 blue chip WRs in the last 3 classes. Ladson is a local stud, land him. You never know how those previous players will pan out. Rankings don't guarantee success. Stack chips every year as insurance.If we miss on any of these 7, I hope to God its Frank Ladson and not one of these other dudes listed. DL, DB, and OL are just so much more important for us at this point.