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August 21, 20136.) Glen Ihenacho, Serra Sr.
Despite playing for one of the most talented teams around, Ihenacho managed to stand out as a junior for the Cavaliers. The 5-foot-11 free safety prospect was around the football a lot last season, where he recorded 64 tackles and three interceptions, displaying good awareness and good overall football skills. Ihenacho has impressed so far this summer, and there's a good chance he'll put up significantly better numbers during his senior season. Miami, UCLA and Illinois are among the three-star prospect's suitors at this time.
7.) Rodney Carr, Los Angeles Salesian Sr.
A tough, instinctive player whose physicality belies his average size, Carr gets the most out of his athletic ability. The 6-foot, 185-pound prospect is able to play either safety spot, but excels when played closer to the line of scrimmage, where his physicality can be more of a factor. Carr won't be a dominant player in space, but is adequate in coverage right now. The senior-to-be committed to Arizona early on this summer.
8.) Ron Robinson, Santiago Sr.
A prototypical strong safety prospect, Robinson possesses the size, speed and tenacity for the position. While his straight-line speed is above average, Robinson isn't the quickest player at his position and can struggle to adjust quickly. That being said, his instincts and coordination allow him to square up ball carriers to deliver punishing hits on a consistent basis. Coverage wise, Robinson is able to make plays on the ball in the air, but will need to improve his backpedal and closing speed to have a bigger impact in the passing game. The three-star recruit is heading to UCLA where he'll hope to be part of a young, budding secondary.
9.) Randy Beggs, Vista Murrieta Sr.
Beggs is put in the unenviable position of replacing the playmaking ability of the departed Sua Cravens. Fortunately for him and the Broncos, Beggs has the talent to step into the Vista Murrieta secondary and be a force of his own. Though not on the same level as Cravens athletically, Beggs is smart and more physical than his size would indicate. Despite being a shade under 6-feet and weighing 180 pounds, Beggs relishes contact. He's also got soft hands from his time at receiver
10.) Joseph McIntosh, Chaminade Sr.
Big, fast and physical, the Chaminade strong safety prospect has the skillset scouts look for in a strong safety prospect. Blessed with a physical nature, McIntosh has no problem coming up and delivering the big hit on the ball carrier. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound defensive back has the size and frame to be an enforcer at the next level. He can stay with most tight ends, but can struggle to stick faster receivers when left alone in space. The three-star prospect committed to UCLA earlier this month.
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