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"Under the Radar" prospects in 2020

The 2020 class is a few years away, but Dawg Post takes a look at 10 under the radar prospects in the 2020 class who could be household names in the near future.

Mbiti Williams, 2020 ATH, Pace Academy (GA)

Williams is a big-time athlete who could plays on both sides of the ball. He’s not the biggest guy at 5-foot-9 155-pounds, but he’s a tough kid, he’s a sure tackler, and has already been offered by Florida State. He is elusive with the ball in his hands, and should see his role on both sides of the ball increase the next few years. Williams has a chance to be a top prospect in Georgia for the 20202 class.

Jordan Rush, 2020 DT, Campbell (GA)

Rush is a massive 6-foot-4 310-pound lineman who stands out immediately on the field. He’s massive, powerful, and a force against the run.  He can be unblockable at times, and someone who will pick up major offers in the future. With his size and strength, Rush could make an impact on the offensive line as well. Look for him to have a breakout year in 2017.

Deandre Jackson, 2020 RB, Miller Grove (GA):

Jackson is a durable back with great film for a freshman. At 6-foot-0 200-pounds, he’s a bigger back for his age but shows good quickness and burst through the hole. He’s tough to tackle, and can break a long run at any point. He shows good balance, ability to break tackles, and rarely gets brought down by only one defender. Look for him to be a top running back prospect in 2020.

Mike Wyman, 2020 WR, Dudley (NC):

Wyman is a long and rangy receiver at 6-foot-4 190-pounds. He adjusts to the ball well in the air; he’s a mismatch against smaller cornerbacks, and shows good hands. Look for him to pick up major offers down the road.

Dante Marshall, 2020 QB, Allatoona (GA):

Marshall is a legit dual-threat quarterback with good size at 6-foot-2 185-pounds. What stands out is his ability to throw on the run with accuracy, and his ability to make plays out of the pocket. He can pick up yards with his feet, but can also make big throws down the field. There are some very good quarterbacks emerging in the 20202 class, and Marshall has the potential to be one of the best.

JaQuari Wiggles, 2020 TE/DE, KIPP (GA):

Wiggles is a versatile athlete who can play on either side of the ball. At 6-foot-3 222-pounds, the freshman was a threat in the passing game, and blocks well on the perimeter in the run game. On defense, he gets into the backfield with ease, and shows a natural instinct when rushing the passer.

Demarjhe Lewis, 2020 DT/DE, Griffin (GA):

Lewis is a true run stuffer who played extensively last year as a freshman. He is a strong kid with good size at 6-foot-3 254-pounds. He has violent hands, times the snap well, and finds a way into the backfield. He has the potential to be a major prospect down the road.

Grayson Cook, 2020 OLB, Belfry (KY):

Cook is a smart and instinctive linebacker who had a very productive freshman season. The 6-foot-2 175-pound linebacker tackles well, has a true nose for the football, and looks great in coverage. He creates turnovers and should continue to be productive the next few seasons.

Ronald Clarke, 2020 WR, Mill Creek (GA):

Clarke is a playmaking receiver at 6-foot-1 175-pounds who shows good hands, ability to get yards after the catch, and plays the ball well in the air. Look for him to make a big impact during his sophomore years in 2017.

Javier Morton, 2020 ATH, Stephenson (GA):

Morton is another prospect who plays on both sides of the ball. He shows good cover skills and tackles well in the open field. He catches the ball well and shows good instincts and ball skills for someone his age. Morton has D1 potential and should be a fun player to watch over the next few years.

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