#12 - Zach Cousar
Originally didn't make the cut just because of how stacked talented this list was. But thanks to an unfortunate event, it became another one's treasure to talk about.
Zach Cousar is the second-biggest threat (literally) on the wide receiver corps. Cousar has several D1 offers from many mid-major schools such as Ohio, Arkansas State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Central Arkansas, and including the likes of Tulane where teammate Jack Abraham is committed to, and in-state school Southern Mississippi. Among all the Oxford athletes, Cousar has been the uncommitted one fielding offer after offer. Several schools will be competing for this Tight End.
According to Scout, Cousar is currently holding nine offers, but the three that are the leaders are Middle Tennessee State, Southern Miss, and Tulane (all those have "Medium" interest according to Scout). MTSU is where Darrius Liggins is playing under a scholarship right now. I've already mentioned about Abraham and Tulane. Former teammate Parker Adamson is over at Southern Miss. All three schools in terms of playing-with-a-teammate gives no advantage to one school. However, one would think Tulane where teammate Abraham is going would have the biggest edge in landing this tall TE.
Cousar last year had 48 receptions for 668 yards and six touchdowns and also had three carries for 14 yards. In his high school career, Cousar has caught 60 balls for 846 yards and 11 touchdowns and a total of 860 all-purpose yards. He is a big target for Abraham to throw to and usually has a mismatch on him with DK Metcalf being doubled-up by the opposing team's best corners. Cousar has made other teams pick their poison between him and Metcalf.
Cousar will aid a wide receiving group that may likely lose #3 receiver Kyree White after he was arrested and charged with burglary. Although the receiving end got a little thinner, it shouldn't affect them too much with DK Metcalf still drawing a lot of attention and Jimmy Greaser who was the team's #4 receiver getting better with each 7-on-7 drill they do, Cousar should find it as easy of a time to do what he does best, and that's cause havoc in the middle of the field.