Mid Season Farrell Freshman 15: Nos. 4-6

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Mid Season Farrell Freshman 15: Nos. 4-6

As the regular season is halfway through, it’s time to update the Farrell Freshman 15, the nation’s top 15 true freshmen. Here are numbers 4-6.

Mark Pszonak contributed to this report.

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6. RB Will Shipley, Clemson

The skinny: Shipley was just coming into his own in Death Valley when an injury sidelined him against NC State in late September. Until his injury, he had rushed a total of 211 yards and five touchdowns. Although he is not expected back until the end of October, his early season performances supported the hype that followed him after his spring and summer training sessions.

Farrell’s opinion: As the best all-rounder in the country and No. 1 on my freshman list for the season, I expected Shipley to contribute immediately and he did. Hopefully he will be back soon from injury. He walks with more power than people expect.

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5. DB Denzel Burke, Ohio State

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The skinny: In the early stages of the season, the Ohio state defense fell short in just about every position. Surprisingly, it was Burke who was one of the only bright spots for the Buckeyes. With the unit performing at a higher level, Burke has managed to keep his game high and helped stabilize the secondary with 14 tackles, six shots and one interception, which was returned for a touchdown.

Farrell’s opinion: Burke has played as a veteran for Ohio State from the beginning and has the confidence to become the next big player for the Buckeyes. He follows the ball in the air so well.

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4. WR Xavier Worthy, Texas

The skinny: It may have taken a few weeks for the Texas attack to get underway under the new coach Steve Sarkisian, but with Worthy’s help, the unit is now fizzing. Teaming up with Jordan Whittington, the Longhorns have two young, explosive receivers who have given opposing defensive strikes. With 25 receptions for 531 yards and six touchdowns, Worthy leads the Longhorns in all three categories after an explosive performance against Oklahoma.

Farrell’s opinion: The California speedster could finish #1 on this list before all is said and done. His deep playing skill was a must for the Texas offense.

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