is analyzing the three biggest commitments of the past week: Ryan Kelley to Arizona State, Tadarian Moultry to Auburn and Logan Rudolph to Clemson.

By Chris Johnson
May 09, 2016 is analyzing the three biggest commitments of the week. Quarterback Ryan Kelley pledged to Arizona State, linebacker Tadarian Moultry announced he plans to attend Auburn and tight end Logan Rudolph revealed he’s headed to Clemson. Below is some information on each of the three prospects, with analysis from

Position: Quarterback
Height/Weight: 6’4’’/184 lbs
High School: Basha (Ariz.) position rank: 10 national rank: 112

Analysis (from

Kelley has an effortless delivery and the ability to get the ball down the field. He shows plenty of mobility, can make that first guy miss and make plays outside of the pocket as well. Improving his overall short area quickness and top end speed will make him even more dangerous. Will definitely need to add some size to his frame.

Position: Outside linebacker
Height/Weight: 6’2.5’’/227 lbs
High School: P.D. Jackson-Olin (Ala.) position rank: 12 national rank: 167

Analysis (from

Moultry is a linebacker always looking to hit someone. He is a real striker with force. He can still improve on his tackling technique, but he gets to the ball, the offensive player knows he's hit, and he typically goes backwards and down quickly. Depending on the scheme, Moultry could play inside or outside, but he is ideally an inside linebacker who can stuff the run and chase the ball from sideline to sideline. He was born aggressive and he gets to the ball in a hurry. He has the size, strength, and ability to play early on the next level.

Position: Tight end
Height/Weight: 6’3’’/230 lbs
High School: Northwestern (S.C.) position rank: 3 national rank: 179

Analysis (from

Rudolph is a versatile playmaker at tight end. He is comfortable lined up tight or split out wide. He runs good routes and does a nice job of finding open spots in defenses. Rudolph also shows good concentration and catches the ball well. He needs to continue to add weight and get stronger, but he has all the tools to be a very good tight end.

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