Dillard four-star safety Wayne Lyons received a visit from Auburn coach Tommy Thigpen in the spring. The 6-foot, 190-pound Lyons from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. plans to return the favor in the fall. Lyons, rated the No. 4 safety in the country and No. 16 overall recruit in Florida, hasn't set a date...[details]
The good: Sims is a powerful, compact early entry who elevated his stock significantly over his junior season. He is a wide-body athlete who flashes an explosive initial charge that allows him to hit the gap quickly and get into the backfield. He uses his fine short-range quickness well within the tackle box to make plays. He also holds the spot very well, allowing linebackers to finish plays.
The bad: He is still a relatively raw prospect. Sims gets wired to blockers too often, and further technique development is essential for him to turn his athletic ability and power into big-time production.
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