If you thought Najee Harris got a lot of attention over the last two years, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. J.T. Daniels not only will be likely setting a lot of records over the course of this season and next at Mater Dei of Santa Ana but will be in the hype capital of the world in Southern California. But Daniels in the end also may not be the consensus No. 1 college prospect in the state from this class. By next year, once all of the major recruiting services weigh in, a player with more versatile athleticism may be able to make that claim.
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There aren’t nearly as many football player rankings from California’s Class of 2019 to go off of for consensus than there is for those who will be seniors during the 2017 season.
While quarterback J.T. Daniels of Santa Ana Mater Dei commands the most attention of the bunch and possibly even including seniors due to the numbers he put up as a sophomore last season for the Monarchs, it can be an apples-and-oranges type of comparison if a college is looking for an athletic, edge-type pass rusher.