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Top Five Uncommitted Players in 2015 College Football Class Who Will Amaze You

Top Five Uncommitted Players in 2015 College Football Class Who Will Amaze You

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There are quite a few game changing players in the 2015-2016 college football recruiting class, and these are the five who could shift the landscape a season from now. Some of the programs in contention could benefit with a national title, but there are a few dark horse candidates in here as well. Hope you enjoy the list. Feel free to hit me up on twitter (@AllDave_AllDay) if you disagree with any of the selections.

5. Damien Harris- RB

Michigan
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5. Damien Harris- RB

Michigan
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The 5-foot-11, 205-pound running back has quite a lot of schools left on his list, but it still remains to be seen where he will land. The Kentucky Wildcats could land him as an in-state prospect, and the Michigan Wolverines remain a factor as well. The only certain thing? This guy is going to fill up the stat sheet in college football one day.

4. Damarkus Lodge- WR

LSU Texas A&M
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4. Damarkus Lodge- WR

LSU Texas A&M
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Damarkus Lodge has great size and length for the wide receiver position, and he should be a fantastic offensive player no matter where he lands. His speed is decent for a slot receiver; this could mean he ends up with the LSU Tigers.

3. Torrance Gibson- QB

TennesseeVolunteers
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3. Torrance Gibson- QB

TennesseeVolunteers
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Torrance Gibson is a dual-threat quarterback, and he could end up with the Auburn Tigers or the Tennessee Volunteers. He is a left handed QB, which is becoming less and less rare. He has the ability to burn the defense with his arm or his legs; the Volunteers are highly interested in his services as a result.

2. Martez Ivey- OT

Florida Florida State
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2. Martez Ivey- OT

Florida Florida State
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Martez Ivey is probably headed to the Florida Gators, but it is still not set in stone. The 6-foot-6, 270-pound offensive tackle will give plenty of passing protection to any team that he lands with. We will wait on pins and needles to see where the young talent ends up, because it could have an effect on his production at the college level.

1. George Campbell- WR/S

ClemsonTigers
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1. George Campbell- WR/S

ClemsonTigers
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It is still unclear what position George Campbell will play at the college level, but he should dominate regardless. He could play safety or wide receiver, but his production should be at an All-Conference level. It is down to the Clemson Tigers and the Florida Gators for Campbell.

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