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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Shaking & baking, ready to ball out in Indiana — March football prospect hot list (Class of 2022)

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, March 6, 2021, 1:17 am

GETTING HEATED AT THE RIGHT TIME

Burney’s “Baker’s Dozen Hot List” Of Hoosierland Football Recruits In The Class of ’22

(in alphabetical order)

D.J. Allen (Leo 6-foot-7, 230 pound DE) — Rough, rugged and raw coming after the quarterback.

Sam Buras (Center Grove 6-7, 320 OL) — Masters the moment in the trenches.

Jack Greer (Hamilton Southeastern 6-3, 275 OL) — Durable, high motor, true competitor.

Chris Hood (East Noble 6-8, 325 OL) — The definition of low-risk, high-reward as a recruit, plays with spunk and vigor.

Cooper Koers (Indianapolis Cathedral 6-6, 270 OL) — Grade A road grader in every way, shape and form, any questions? 

Zaven Koltookian (Concord 6-5, 210 OLB) — Freak of nature athlete that is about to see an explosion in his recruiting.

Jaylen Lattimore (Ft. Wayne South Side 6-3, 235 DE) — Workhorse pass rusher with a rise-and-grind attitude.

Aidan Leffler (Roncalli 6-2, 210 QB) — The most underrated quarterback prospect in the state snagged a Columbia offer last week.

Mariere Omonde (West Lafayette 6-1, 260 LB/DE) — Bull in a china shop mode every snap.

Jeffrey Simmons (Fishers 6-6, 210 TE) — If you went into a lab to create a perfect hybrid tight end prospect, you’d come out with Jeff Simmons.

Isaiah Street (Brownsburg 6-5, 230 DE) — Sleeper prospect in the pass rush department, plenty of upside, plenty of pop when he meets QBs head-on.

Drew Terrill (Lebanon 6-6, 250 DE) — Does all the little things right technique wise, grip-it-&-rip-it type when it comes to passing downs and blitz packages.

Max Williams (Lebanon 6-6, 295 OL) — “Mad Max” is a total mauler on the gridiron.