At 5'11" and 180 pounds, Kendall Sheffield is a 5-star cornerback from Texas who attends Fort Bend Marshall High School in Missouri City. He's an elite athlete who has exceptional speed, quickness and movement skills.
Sheffield can work well in all three general coverage alignments, plus he could have some value as a returner on special teams in college. The Texan is among the most coveted prospects in the nation, as the recruiting spotlight is always on him.
There's several pressing questions surrounding Sheffield's recruitment that need to be answered.All recruiting ratings and rankings are from 247Sports' Composite Rankings.Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.com, Rivals and 247Sports.
As recruiting moves into the summer, many players will be stepping out more often to showcase their skills. That means more evaluations will be made, which will lead to the fluctuation and fluidity of various recruiting rankings.
The No. 1 spot is the obvious aiming point of every recruit in the country. However, only a few prospects have a legit shot at finishing this recruiting cycle on top.
A 5-star defensive tackle is trying to continue his reign, while a 5-star linebacker is steadily rising up the rankings. The same can be said about an explosive 5-star defensive end, plus a list such as this one wouldn't be complete without a quarterback.
University of Michigan commit Jabrill Peppers is one of the most highly touted recruits in the 2014 class, and his breakaway speed was on display at his state track meet this past Friday.
Peppers, a 5-star athlete who is set to play defensive back for the Wolverines, showed off his blazing speed in the 100-meter dash, which he finished in 10.52 seconds. Alabama signee and 5-star cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick finished second.
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Both excitement and enhanced pressure categorizes the UCLA football team heading into the 2014 season.
With Brett Hundley and the majority of the squad from last year returning, the Bruins are primed to launch themselves into the national discussion. The foundation built by Jim Mora and his staff has fortified a previously fractured and apathetic group.
Primarily speaking, this team will rely upon a bevy of talented juniors and sophomores.
It still feels far away, but the 2014 college football season is getting closer. With it, previews upon previews are being released in anticipation.
As for Nebraska, the glimpse at what each position brings for next season is what's capturing a lot of attention. From the quarterback to the defensive line, there are a lot of positives. However, there are still some question marks.
Does Nebraska have what it takes to compete for a Big Ten title and have a chance to play in the very first College Football Playoff?
Here's a position-by-position preview of the Huskers' 2014 roster.