One of the South's biggest, and best, defensive tackles lists Tennessee among his top five college…
Huskers in the mix for #7 DT in the country
Charles Deas probably doesn't need anymore hype. At 6 foot, 4 inches and 318 pounds, the Lauderdale Lakes, Florida defensive star has plenty, if just on his size alone. He's one of the biggest defensive tackles in the country, but don't pigeonhole Deas as just a run stopper, because he says that's not where his game is at. "3-gap, that's my main strength," Charles said of his ability to get to the quarterback. "Come off the shoulder of the first block, move my body in off the second block and get up field." Deas knows plenty about the second block, Charles double-teamed on almost every single play last year. And when he wasn't double-teamed, it might have been triple, if not more. Bencing around 400 pounds, though, he's used to the attention, but it's all good for the Boyd H Anderson high school standout, because he knows that if they are paying so much attention to him, one his own has to be coming free. "Go ahead and bring everyone on me, because that just means...
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