Scout's Take

Zach DeBell to Georgia, Bobby Hart to FSU, and Donte Moncrief to Ole Miss. That happened Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, so three of the best made decisions and Scout breaks each one down here.

Georgia, Florida State, and Ole Miss landed big commitments over the weekend. Scout breaks down each prospects here in this edition of Scout's Take.

New Southeastern Commitments

Zach DeBell - OT – 6-6/265 – Tarpon Springs (FL)

Recruiting: DeBell committing to Georgia over Tennessee, South Carolina, and others.
Scout's Take: DeBell looks the part and he plays with a lot of fire and intensity. The two areas he needs to work on the most are adding weight and pass protection. He has a great frame and he will add good weight to that over time. To improve his pass protection, it all starts with his feet. He has great athleticism, great length, nice power, and a very high ceiling. DeBell's upside is great at Georgia..

Bobby Hart - OT – 6-5/298 – Ft. Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas

Recruiting: Hart had over 30 offers and FSU beat them all for his commitment.
Scout's Take: What stands out about Hart the most is his feet and natural athleticism. He plays very light on his feet, he has great agility, and he is one of those linemen that can get down field leading the way for running backs. He has good strength, but he needs to play with that strength and be more consistently dominant in the trenches. He has the ability to someone FSU runs behinds for years if he wants to. He has a lot of potential and he just needs to improve his pass protection and consistency.

Donte Moncrief - LB – 6-3/213 – Raleigh (MS) Raleigh

Recruiting: Ole Miss beat out Alabama, Mississippi State, and Oklahoma for Moncrief.
Scout's Take: Ole Miss landed one of the top prospects in the state of Mississippi on Sunday. Moncrief is a gifted athlete that has shown Scout he could be a successful safety or wide receiver on the next level. It looks like Houston Nutt plans to play to him at receiver, so we will talk about his game there. There is not much he does not do well at that position. He catches the ball well away from his body, he is very physical, and he really attacks the ball when he goes to get it. He can still improve his bursts out of his breaks and get better separation down field, but he will develop into a go-to guy for the Rebels down the road.

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