Posted On: 05/31/19 11:14 AM

It really is a pity that Isaiah Green isn't more of a household name at the moment. The rising senior has some of the best tape among Minnesota prep players in the class of 2020. He's fast, he's strong, he's dominant and he plays very hard. I understand that size-related traits are popular, but, you can't teach speed either and this dude definitely has it. There are times that he explodes off the ball in the most literal sense of the word.

We do have a recent example in Hercules Mata'afa who played defensive tackle for WSU at 250. In the Pac-12 no less.

Undersized players like Mata'afa and Aaron Donald having success while playing under 290? I'm just saying there's precedent... Isaiah Green can play at the Power 5 level and I won't hear any arguments to the contrary. Take a look at his hudl tape and tell me you don't see dominance. His mid-season highlight tape is longer than his final highlight tape. I'm dying on this hill in 2019. Read on to see why

Isaiah Green - DL - St. Cloud Tech


Size/Body Type

Stocky, yet fit, gym rat who

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