College Football America Class of 2016 profile: Julian Rochester, McEachern (Powder Springs, GA) Indians

By Kendall Webb

Publisher, College Football America Yearbook

When it’s all said and done, the Class of 2016 will be remembered as a banner year for defensive linemen.

Indeed, this year’s crop of high school seniors features no fewer than 11 consensus 5-star recruits at either defensive tackle or defensive end led by the nation’s top recruit, Rashan Gary of Paramus (NJ) Catholic who we profiled here yesterday.

With that many kids to choose from, we’ll definitely go with four defensive linemen and three linebackers in our Class of 2016, and as we said yesterday, Gary is all but a lock to nail down one of our tackle slots. Julian Rochester of the McEachern (Powder Springs, GA) Indians is currently the lowest-rated of those 11 players, but with only 27 consensus 5-stars at the moment, he still checks in as the nation’s No. 24 recruit regardless of position.

And, at the moment, we’ve got him slotted in that other tackle position alongside Gary. We’re not through looking at the other prospects, yet, but as this video shows, Rochester’s got a lot going for him including a great first step and the quickness to line up at the end. He’s virtually unblockable one-on-one and shows an aggressiveness and eagerness to get to the ball that will serve him well at the next level — whether he lines up inside or out.

Check out our Class of 2015 in the College Football America 2015 Yearbook, on sale for digital delivery for just $9.99 at CFBMatrix.com. College Football America Yearbook features every college football team in America, 936 in all, and is the most comprehensive college football book on the market today. It is also available in book form at Amazon.com.

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