Country’s No. 9 Recruit For 2021 Names Final 10 Schools

first_img 1 Timothy 4:8 ..FINAL 10 .. pic.twitter.com/2gGhnx9nvq— Emeka ‘21 🃏 (@emeka_egbuka) October 16, 2019The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Egbuka is the No. 1 rated athlete recruit, the No. 2 player in Washington and the No. 9 player nationally in the 2021 class.He projects as a wide receiver at the next level and has been compared to Pittsburgh Steelers star and former USC standout JuJu Smith-Schuster, according to 247Sports.“Projects as immediate Power 5 starter and future first-round NFL draft pick,” reads his 247Sports scouting report.While it is awfully early to predict where Egbuka will commit, Washington and Ohio State are the only two schools with picks in his 247Sports Crystal Ball. A generic picture of three footballs next to a pylonSteilacoom (Wash.) five-star athlete Emeka Egbuka is one of the top college football recruits in the 2021 class. He holds over 30 scholarship offers.Today, Egbuka trimmed his list down to 10 programs. His top 10 is virtually a who’s who of the top programs in college football.All of the Power 5 conferences are represented, with the Pac-12 being the most heavily featured.Egbuka’s final 10, in alphabetical order, consists of Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Stanford, USC and Washington.last_img read more

Vinicius is the best young player in the world – Dani Alves

first_imgReal Madrid starlet Vinicius Junior is considered to be the finest young player on the planet, with Brazil icon Dani Alves bestowing that billing on the 19-year-old.The talented South American has been highly regarded for some time now.He made a senior debut with Flamengo at just 16 years of age, with those in Madrid quickly alerted to his potential. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Are Chelsea this season’s Ajax? Super-subs Batshuayi & Pulisic show Blues can dare to dream Time for another transfer? Giroud’s Chelsea spell set to end like his Arsenal career A €46 million (£40m/$52m) deal was put in place, with Vinicius allowed to further his development in his homeland before heading to Spain.That move was made in 2018, with the youngster impressing across his debut campaign at the Santiago Bernabeu.He has caught the eye again this term, alongside fellow Brazilian youngster Rodrygo, and is being tipped to reach the very top of the game.Legendary full-back Alves told Business Insider when asked to name the most promising player within the global game: “I would have to say Vinicius Junior from Real Madrid.“There are some players that are born with the talent and for sure he is one of them.“I had the chance to watch him play closely, with the Brazil national team – I’m positive we will see and hear a lot more about him soon.”Vinicius Junior Real Madrid 2019-20Vinicius has made just one senior appearance for Brazil so far, with an untimely injury having prevented him from forcing his way into Tite’s squad for the 2019 Copa America.There will be plenty of opportunities for him to make his mark in the future, with the youngster having already shown that he can follow in illustrious footsteps.He is among those being charged with the task of filling the void at Real created by Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure for Juventus in the summer of 2018.Alves admits that living up to such expectations is never easy, with his former employers at Camp Nou set to find themselves in a similar position when the day comes for Lionel Messi to leave or hang up his boots.A man now back in his homeland with Sao Paulo added: “I believe that in football we will always discover new talents.“In this club [Barcelona] before Messi, you had Ronaldinho, before Ronaldinho you had other great players.“You’re always going to have someone who will be better, but I still believe that it will be very hard to measure up to a player like Messi.“Players like Messi are very hard to come around, but we can’t forget that as football evolves, players do as well.”last_img read more