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Which commit are you looking forward to watching the most in the future? And, why?
That's a tough one.
There are 2 players that I followed for a long time before they committed and fell in love with their abilities. Deandre miller and TJ Johnson. I also really like Derrick Turituri.
For me Two stand out Quickly.. Anu Solomon the kid is a Winner, I love his cool, calm and collective style of play! Derrick Turituri has been one of my favorite players that I have followed ever since he committed! He's a big strong LB with a huge motor, a lot of speed and Loves to hit! The perfect LB and much needed player for our defense!
I'm a big Turituri fan too. Watched him play a few months ago...man amongst boys. Don't let the rankings fool you...kids at smaller schools always get the shaft on stars.
Can't argue with Solomon, he's got all pac12 written all over him. Turituri is a stud and I think he might be the most physically ready to play next year amongst the freshman.
Give me some Scooby!!!
I am looking forward to seeing Solomon, Cormier, and Green because I think we are going to have a great offense in a couple of years. I have high hopes with Solomon and Cormier and they both seem to be proud of becoming a Wildcat which is important.
Banda's one of my favorites in this class and one of my "under the radar" guys that is underrated IMO. Dudek said this morning that when Rich Rod and the team first watched Banda's highlight video he was "Jumping over blockers, nailing running backs and just making a mess of things on defense."
Like others, I'm excited to see how hard Solomon competes for a starting job, and how quickly skill players Pierre Cormier and Mario Alford (if he signs) can get into the 2-deep.
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