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Defensive Newcomers to Watch: No. 5

Connor Cree (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Today on Dawgman.com, we start a new series where Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund will take a look at some of top returning underclassmen that are currently in line to see a lot of playing time this fall. First up on the defensive side of the ball, coming in at number five, are two defensive ends.

These two redshirt freshmen are working behind an experienced group but showed enough in spring to warrant serious consideration for playing time this fall. We're talking about Corey Waller and Connor Cree. Scouting Report - Waller and Cree are both very athletic pass rushers who do their jobs in different ways. Waller is not much taller than 6 feet, but he is quick off the snap and really...

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