Will provide more insight on them individually later as I don't have much time right now, but DAMN some of these kids look good. I can't stop watching Vincent Dinkins and Lance Robinson on film. We have never signed big men with this much agility and athleticism. Not sure what changed this year, but something changed. I'm so intrigued I can't help but wonder if some have character or grade issues because we just never get talented big men like this. Jaylin Lane is the real deal at WR. Shifty, fast, super productive at the high school level. He will play early and often. Ralph Mency is an athletic freak. Very interested to see what they do with him. Call me crazy but he reminds me of Demarcus Ware coming out of high school. I would bulk him up and put him in the trenches. Deitrick Stanley obviously looks like a beast on film, I'm sure will play early and often as well. We need help at that position and he provides that in spades. Already has a well-built body and great football instincts. Not worried about his 40 time. It is an absolute shame we lost Jalon Daniels to Kansas. I know his offer list was not impressive but he was not a slouch by any means. Very developed body for his age, strong arm, and a true dual threat. Excellent pocket passer. He had a great senior year and Kansas took notice I suppose. So unfortunate as we've had such difficulty with the QB position. There are a few questionable takes that I personally would have laid off on. Wilson Kelly looks like a massive project and he played against very questionable competition.I suppose a high ceiling if he grows into a man? Sometimes you just have to take chances on kids like this which I understand, so I suppose I get it, but I don't know about this one. He looks a step slow to me but that's just my opinion. Evian Irving also seems like a bit of a stretch to me as well. He is markedly undersized for his position and doesn't really jump out at you on film which is what you need with undersized players. I sometimes worry we are recruiting too many Khalil Brooks' types.