We continue the recruit impact rankings tonight beginning at #20 and working our way down. As I said yesterday, we'll be going in groups of 4 all the way down to #1, the recruit I believe will have the most impact for Baylor University from the 2012 recruiting class. In case you missed it, here is the final 2012 Baylor Football Recruiting Chart.
To quote myself from yesterday:
This is purely my own opinion of how things will shake out from Baylor's 2012 class; you are all free to disagree. I actually encourage it. This is supposed to be something fun, not negative, and by ranking one player beneath or above another, I'm not trying to make value judgments of those players or their skills. I can and will be wrong. I'm not hating.
If you think I'm totally wrong about a player, tell me why you think so and where you think that player should be. If you have inside information about how these players are viewed by the coaching staff, I would especially love to hear that.
Tonight's group consists of a RB, two DBs, and an OT. Head below the jump to find out who they are.
20. Devin Chafin – RB – Burkburnett HS (
19. Patrick Levels – CB – Roosevelt HS (
18. Terrell Burt – CB – Wylie HS (Wylie, TX) - Another smallish CB in the mold Phil Bennett apparently loves, Terrell Burt committed to Baylor in March of 2011 as one of the first members of the 2012 class and never wavered in that commitment. Burt is an extremely fast cornerback whose stats from 2011 don’t jump off the page like those of Mr. Levels, but I’ve been told that the coaching staff absolutely loves this kid. He got an early offer from one of Baylor’s junior days last spring and jumped on it. This is one of those situations where ranking players like this is extremely difficult because I could make an argument for a guy like Burt (or Levels, for that matter) to jump much higher on the list. Burt’s biggest weakness that I can see is size; at only 165 pounds (according to the latest update I can find), Burt is going to need to use his redshirt year to begin adding size and strength or else he’ll get run over by bigger receivers.
17. Kyle Fuller – OL – Wylie HS (