College football recruiting predictions for every 2021 5-star recruit

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839. . OLB. Volunteers . Terrence Lewis. 10. player

  • High School: Chaminade-Madonna Prep (Opa Locka, FL)
  • Composite Rankings: No. 10, No. 1 OLB

The 2021 class is giving the Tennessee Volunteers the opportunity to really add some talent to the defensive side of the football and boost their pass rush in the process. They already have a commitment from the top weak-side defensive end, Dylan Brooks. They also have a commitment from the top outside linebacker, Terrence Lewis.

At just 200 pounds, Lewis is a tad on the light side and has plenty of room to grow, but he’s lights out as a pass rusher and gets in the backfield in a hurry. He’s also a tremendous run stuffer as well. Lewis lives to live in the backfield.

He’s one of those players that’s going to fill up the stat sheet and provide plenty of flash in the process. Two five-star commits are a great way for the Volunteers to top off their 2021 class.

Committed to Tennessee

818. . PRO. Huskies . Sam Huard. 9. player

  • High School: Kennedy Catholic (Burien, WA)
  • Composite Rankings: No. 9, No. 1 PRO QB

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before — A Huard lining up at quarterback for the Washington Huskies. Well, that’s exactly what’s on tap as the top pro-style quarterback recruit for 2021, Sam Huard, has committed to the Washington Huskies.

His father, Damon, and uncle, Brock, both played for the Huskies, which makes the transition for the Kennedy Catholic star seamless. Huard is more than just the name on the back of his jersey as well.

He makes every throw look easy and like he’s playing catch in the backyard. Huard has been groomed for this position his entire life and soon everyone will get to see another in the bloodline suit up for the Huskies.

Committed to Washington