Florida State defensive end Josh Sweat was one of the Top recruits in the 2015 recruiting class despite having a significant knee injury during his senior season. Sweat completed his rehab quickly and has become a key part of the defensive end rotation through the first three games. Sweat has 9 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 2 quarterback hurries through the three games this season according to Seminoles.com
Pro Football Focus has graded out every game of the college football season and has Sweat as the fourth best true freshman in college football. Here is what they had to say about him:
"One of the most highly-touted prospects in the country, Sweat is living up to his reputation early on. He’s been strong against the run, grading at +5.3 with seven stops, while picking up six hurries on his 55 pass rushes. With 99 total snaps on the season, Sweat has become an integral part of Florida State’s defensive line rotation."
Here is their full list: https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2015/09/30/ranking-college-footbal...