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  1. QB: 1 RB: 1 WR: 2 TE: 1 OL: 2 DL: 0 LB: 4 DB: 0 11 total and all 3-star rated so a GREAT start to this class for sure. Now just have to hold on to these guys. If you factor in that we typically will have 25 spots to give on average, we have 14 left. I know that Blue shirts and Gray shirts, mid term transfers can complicate this formula but for simplicity let's assume we have 25. Personally I would prefer saving a fair amount of the remaining 14 for spots that open up later in the recruiting cycle. We historically have landed some of our best players in the last month of the process. From a position perspective, it looks like we need to get more DB's and DL's. I think we may be set at QB unless a big one drops in our laps. I feel like D-Line is where we need the most help and depth from a program perspective which honestly is not a new phenomenon.