We are taking a look at some of the top junior linebackers worthy of invites to campus to colleges across the country. Some of these players are under the radar or are soon to be on many recruiting boards so many will be trying to get these recruits on campus.
Kylan Salter (23) | 6’2 210 | OLB, MLB | Cedar Hill
Salter is very physical in space tackling the ball carrier. Needs a few improvements to his game, If correct, looks like a prominent FBS, Divison I prospect. Definitely will pass the eye test once on campus.
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Noah Boulieu (23) | 6’2 220 | LB | Lancaster
Noah has the size and skills to be an FBS/FCS caliber athlete coaches need to see in person. He reads plays well and can disengage blockers as the elite do. Shows speed in pursuit of the ball, despite a few minor improvements to his game. He has the intangibles to make special.
David Nico (23)| 6’1 185 | LB | Heights
Nico is a linebacker that shows he can get after the QB, and make some TFLs. Features a lengthy athletic frame with long arms. Has the speed to come downhill and deliver devastating blows to the ball carrier.
Grant Mirabal (23) | 6’2 220 | MLB | Argyle
Grant is a consistent tackler, has a few aspects of his game he can improve on, but reads plays well, makes some hits that will make you say “wow” on film, and can disengage blockers.
Dylan Rogers (23)|6’3 230| MLB, LB | Cy Woods
Dylan is one who many are trying to get onto campus. Rogers recruitment has been going throw the roof and be on the rise ever since last season. Showed excellent technique and the ability to play at the middle linebacker position. Reads well, fills gaps, and has a lengthy frame he can continue to add more mass too.