DUAL, Fighting Irish
- High School: Helix (La Jolla, CA)
- Composite Rankings: No. 30, No. 3 DUAL QB
Tyler Buchner could be the next big thing in college football. The 2021 number three Dual QB in the nation has already announced his commitment to play for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The quarterback has turned heads for his playmaking ability at Helix in La Jolla.
He’s more than just a quarterback that can use his mobility to his advantage. Buchner has one of the best releases of any quarterback recruit in his class and has the ability to be an impact player when he gets his chance under center in South Bend.
Buchner’s highlight reel will soon translate to Saturdays. With an ability to be Houdini in the pocket and deliver a strike like an ace all in one, he’s going to be a must-watch quarterback in college football in short order.
Committed to Notre Dame
- High School: Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA)
- Composite Rankings: No. 29, No. 3 OLB
Mater Dei outside linebacker Raesjon Davis has made his commitment to play for LSU. After the season they had and the number of players they sent to the pros in the 2020 NFL Draft, it would be hard-pressed for a recruit to turn down an offer from them.
The high school used to be a pipeline for USC and they were in there for his services leading up to the commitment, but in the end the Tigers won out. Davis fits the mold of many of the current linebackers in college football when it comes to his ability to move around the field.
He’s an athletic specimen with a great motor that will likely be tasked with many duties. At 6-foot-1 and 215 pounds, Davis isn’t the largest linebacker and is built more like a safety, but has the drive and power to be successful as a pass rusher at the next level.
Committed to LSU