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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: What’s left for the taking? Plenty of talent remains in ’21 recruiting battles

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, August 11, 2020, 9:25 am

Burney’s Best Left On The Board For Michigan’s Class of 2021 Football Crop

1 Donovan Edwards (West Bloomfield 5-foot-11, 195 pounds RB) — Generational talent.

2 Rayshaun Benny (Oak Park 6-5, 280 OL) — Total package at right tackle.

3 Jace Williams (Grand Rapids Catholic Central 6-3, 185 WR) — Pure playmaker.

4 Ru’Quan Buckley (Wyoming Godwin Heights 6-6, 270 DE) — Hurricane of hustle and flow coming off the edge.

5 Ramier Lewis (Belleville 6-7, 360 OL) — Best value in the class right now.

6 Maxwell Hairston (West Bloomfield 6-1, 175 CB) — Most upside out of the secondary in the entire class.

7 Saborn Campbell (Birmingham Detroit Country Day 6-0, 180 S) — Stanford baseball commit being swooned to switch sports; smart, savvy, athletic, think Glover Quin.

8 Blake Nelson (Walled Lake Central 6-3, 230 TE) — The quintessential sleeper, this kid can be a superstar at the next level.

9 Charlie Sims (Detroit Cass Tech 6-5, 330 OL) — Could have the highest ceiling of any line prospect  in the PSL, staggering potential.

10 (tie) Jalin Pitchford (Wyandotte Roosevelt 6-2, 190 QB) — Smooth as silk in the pocket, one cool customer with a cannon.

10 (tie) Tyshaan Williams (Battle Creek Central 6-0, 205 RB) — Under the radar lethal weapon, best kept secret in Cereal City.