Time to dive in to the ATH position in Mississippi for 2016. It’s one of the hardest groups to profile and rank because you’re trying to figure out what position these guys play at the next level. Most of these prospects can play multiple positions and that utility gives them a little extra value.
It’s time for the Mississippi 2017 WR rankings and this year is like no other. There is no better evidence of the shift in the philosophy of high school football in MS than when you get in to the teens and there are still D1 prospects. It’s unprecedented in this state. Your top 5 could have all been #1 in years past and your #10 has an SEC offer. You get all the way to #13 and have a basketball guy that could get D1 football offers if he wants them in my opinion. The wait is over. Dive in and discuss.
The 2017 TE class in MS doesn’t have the numbers that the 2016 class had but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get a look at this year’s crop. There is still major college football talent at TE in 2017 with an SEC commitment already in the mix.
Time to take a look at the ball carriers Mississippi has to offer in 2016. Sure everyone has heard of Cam Akers and Kylin Hill but have you taken a look at Reginald Hunter? Show me two more entertaining films than those of Isaiah Woullard and Jaley Adams. Let’s dive right in and rank these guys from the top on down.
Time to kick off 3rd & 57’s 2017 prep position rankings and I’ll start at QB. That will be followed up with each position group culminating in the state’s top 50 prospects regardless of position. MS has a solid group of QB’s this year that could easily put 4 guys in FBS on scholarship. Let’s get right to it.
I was thinking that today was a day I needed to do some blog work. I’m starting to get in to the 2017 class for the top 5o I’ll get out eventually. While I’m letting those pre-planning thoughts roll around in my head, I thought about how much success Red Cup Rebellion is having as a food blog and figured today I could share the story of my sandwich.