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Opponent Ranking Week continues on Thursday as we deal with defensive positions rankings. There is still much to be discussed before the final rating is finalized.

Who is the next five star protective end?

Who will be the next rising star in the defensive tackle position?

What prospects could turn a dream into a secondary one?

Our analysts – Adam Friedman, Adam Horny, Josh Helmholdt as well as Sam Spiegelman – Sit down at the Rivals round table and discuss.

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Here’s the full Rivals Rankings week schedule:

MONDAY: Five star countdown

TUESDAY: Rivals250 full version revealed

WEDNESDAY: QB rating | RB rating | WR / TE rating | OL rating

THURSDAY: DL rating | LB rating | DB rating | ATH rating

FRIDAY: State ratings

MORE RELEASE RATINGS 2022: Round table on the rating of offensive positions | Biggest players in updated Rivals250 | Gorny’s thoughts | Meet the new five star | Most popular schools in the new R250 | Who should take the top spot in the DT rankings? | What to do with Travis Hunter? | Who should rank first in the CB ranking? | How things are with unfinished five stars

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Who is the next five star protective end?

Quency Wiggins

Quency Wiggins (Nick Lucero / Rivals.com)

If I could buy stocks of one player from the 2022 class right now, it would be Quency Wiggins… Louisiana’s defensive end is an absolute monster and is as athletic as it is for a player of his size in his position. He draws comparisons to a former five-star Calais Campbell, longtime NFL Pro Bowler and All-Pro players. What’s so exciting about Wiggins is that he is still beginning to understand effective hand techniques. Once he really fills out his repertoire, there is no stopping him. – Friedman

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The state of Florida is fully loaded with protection in the 2022 class, and the only prospect with the best opportunity to climb to five-star status is Shemar Stewart… Outstanding Opa Locka (Florida) Monsignor Pace does not perform in many competitions, so the excuse may have to be found in his senior season and all-star competition, but he has elite athleticism, can move so well for his height in the last few days Stewart was very impressive, training in Ohio State… I also think that Gabe Dindy is a name to watch out for in Florida, but now I’m leaning towards Stuart. – Horni

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The more I hear about Wiggins, even in the last week, the more I like him. I love that he has a desire to fly to New Jersey the day after the spring game to play at the Rivals Camp. I love his physical capabilities and his growth potential. Now he is an outstanding person and I think he continues to develop into high school. – Helmholdt

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Jeremiah Alexander… Alabama State # 1 Player in Class 2022 and One-Time Commitment Crimson Tide is a unique explosive attack capable of being played in the mud or on your feet. Its versatility – coupled with elite closing speed and explosive lead – is special, which is why schools love Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Chestnut as well as Georgia everyone is hungry for it. In the right situation, Alexander has a chance to become a dominant player, especially with his combination of speed and athleticism in this position.

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Who will be DT’s next rising star?

Hero Kanu

Hero Kanu

This position is absolutely busy and the top 20 players in this position are really talented. I wouldn’t be surprised if the player likes it Jaray Bledsoe, Hero Kanu or Nick James moved up the rankings in the next update. Bledsoe is a perspective that many are still trying to figure out. Kanu is killing people in several student camps this month. James has a chance to really shine this fall when IMG Academy is playing the national program. – Friedman

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Originally from Germany, Kanu has now established himself not only on the Santa Margarita Ranch (California), the Catholic Santa Margarita, but also as one of the best protective gear in the 2022 class, and his stock could only keep growing. The 6ft 5,293lb four-star athlete has traveled the country in the past week or so, having seen some of the best programs and training in some schools, and has completely dominated the competition. He doesn’t have an extensive resume against elite competition yet, but that will change over the next few months and Kanu may continue to move up. – Horni

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We came out early with a four-star rating on Missouri commit Marquis Gracialbut I’m not sure if it’s high enough. He’s a couch potato, but hopefully we can see him alive sometime in the near future. This live assessment will allow us to get a better feel for his physique and growth potential, as well as his motor skills. – Helmholdt

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There are some good candidates from Oklahoma product here. Chris McClellan (RCS Dallas DL MVP) to Alabama Antavius ​​Woody (RCS Atlanta DL MVP) but my pick is a small town defender. Jaray Bledsoe… This spring, Bledsoe scored 40 times in 4.7 seconds while being 6’5 ” tall and weighing 280 pounds. He’s playing backwards for his high school, but he’ll be pushing backs behind the scrum line when he arrives at Oklahoma or Alabama or Texas or Texas A&M… Bledsoe has an elite skill set and only tips the scales of his potential. His best football is yet to come. – Spiegelman

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Create a secondary dream

Jaheim Singletary Singlet Store

Jaheim Singletary (Sam Spiegelman)

Versatility is key when building a secondary, but nothing makes defense easier than when they don’t have to worry about an outside receiver because they have a blocked defender chasing him every time they play. I will take Jaheim Singletary Singlet Store and healthy Denver Harris on the winger and Xavier Nwankpa as well as Bryce Anderson in safety. I would like to Travis Hunter in my secondary too, but we have it on the list of athletes, so I would take Dylen Everett as my fifth defender. – Friedman

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I need a long, sturdy fullback and a physical hitter who can run, so I take Singletary and Jackson tomorrow at the winger. These are the two best corners in this class in my opinion, and given their speed and length on the outside, not many passes will be made. Security is also a very busy position, but my favorite is Nwankpa and Sam McCall… Nwankpa can cover the ground and is a bounty hunter there, while McCall is an athletic specimen, energetic and playmaker. They may not lead every group of positions, but I’ll take a chance with these four. – Horni

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I am apparently partial to these Big Ten commits, but I need a physical phenomenon like Singletary on one side and a large, closed corner like Will Johnson with another. I want security that strikes fear into wide receivers, so I take Nwankpu and then I love range and athleticism. Jacoby Matthews somewhere safe. Finally, I need a Nickel Corner that has this competitive fire to counter slot recipients, and yet has the athleticism to stay with them on their routes, so I go with Arkansas commit Miles Roser– Helmholdt

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I don’t even have to leave the South to put together this stellar supporting role. In the position of full-back Harris, five-star, and Julian Humphrey give protection below 4.4 speed on the outside. On the other hand, Matthews, a five-star LSU follower, is a strong defender of the modern age who can cover, play a run, and give the defense coordinator some positional flexibility to use as a sporting outside midfielder or more traditional player in the game. safe. Insert into the nickel of Anderson, the defender of the Rivals100. There can be no more versatile protection in Texas than Anderson, who hires Texas, Texas A&M as well as LSU play corner as well as safety. End this group with Rivals250 security. Brian Allen from Aledo (Texas) in the center of the field. With Anderson in nickel and Matthews as Jenga’s movable figure, Allen is Texas commitment – patrols the rear of the unit with five interceptions and two state titles in the past two seasons. – Spiegelman

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