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2015 Defensive End Recruiting Analysis

2015 Defensive End Recruiting Analysis

Defensive end is always one of those positions that seems to have players emerge later in the process.

It's almost scientific — whenever you think a class is poor at defensive end, some random kid who was wide receiver-sized fills out to 215 or more pounds on a 6-foot-3 frame. That happened with Dallas Skyline's Victor Evans, a 2014 Texas target, who went from a linebacker at 6-3 205ish to one of the state's top defensive end prospects, quickly filling his body out to... Recommended Stories

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