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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Burney’s top 10 ‘value’ recruits in Indiana’s 2020 football class

By: , December 6, 2019, 2:15 pm

The Top 10 “Value” Football Recruits In The IHSAA’s Senior Class

1 Mark Brownlee (Elkhart Central RB) — Committed to Ball State, Brownlee is in beast mode every touch, a complete factor back in every way. He rushed for 2,075 yards and 31 touchdowns in 2019.

2 Brayden Evans (Mooresville S/WR) — Committed to Ball State, Evans is athletic, smart and versatile out of the secondary. He recorded 75 tackles and made three interceptions this past fall. As a big-play wide receiver, Evans snagged 50 catches for 850 yards and eight touchdowns.

3 Jonathan Decker (Elkhart Central DE) — Committed to Central Michigan, Decker can get down and dirty and be mad disruptive in the pass rush department. He posted 65 tackles, five sacks and six hurries this season.

4 Jason Morton (Lawrenceburg OL) — Committed to Miami (OH), Morton mauls the comp on a regular and is as technically-sound a lineman as there is in the entire Hoosier State.

5 Ryan Lezon (Southport TE/QB) — Committed to Ball State, Lezon might be the next Zach Ertz … just saying. Lezon threw for 2,000 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior after catching 15 touchdowns and racking up 1,500 yards receiving as a junior in 2018.

6 Fortune Woods (Hammond Clark LB) — Committed to Bowling Green, Woods is a speed demon sideline to sideline and has great instincts off the snap going after the ball.

Austin Hill (Yorktown WR/S) — Committed to Ball State, Hill is the definition of a hidden gem in the recruiting game.

Griffin Little (Homestead TE) — Committed to Bowling Green, Little blocks like a maniac and stretches the field like Travis Kelce. He had six touchdowns grabs as a senior.

9 Mitch Collier (Columbus North TE/DE) — Committed to Central Michigan, Collier has upside written all over him.

10 Harrison Mevis (Warsaw K) — Committed to Missouri, Mevis has a golden leg and ice coursing through his veins in the clutch. He is ranked as the No. 2 placekicker in the nation.

— SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN