Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ
I'll start with the safeties and work my way up... but Sunseri is a little high here. You can look at my 2014 threads stickied at the top and get an idea for how I have prospects tiered and get your own undetailed feedback for the most part. Sunseri gets by on guile, and dedication to film study. The pick-six he had against Logan Thomas this past weekend was all film study. He knew where Thomas was going with the football before Thomas did.
You can breakdown every INT he's had at Alabama throughout his career, and they all tell the same tale. Film study. He plays Saban's scheme to perfection. If you execute his system correctly, you will be in position to make plays and force turnovers. However, he's just not the kind of player who can function in man coverage. All you need to watch is the Texas A&M game from last year where Sumlin got him matched up in single coverage over and over against Ryan Swope. It wasn't even close. He was getting destroyed...to the point of lunging at Swopes feet to tackle him during routes, even when the ball was going to other receivers. He's not fast and not a great athlete...but he knows how to make plays... even in spring games (fumble recoveries for TD's, etc.) because he's always in the right place and plays within the scheme.
What's glaring here with your safety rankings to me is Deone Bucannon, Ahmad Dixon, and Nickoe Whitley not among them. I'd probably take Bucannon over any of them right now other than perhaps Ed Reynolds.
Exum is a safety playing CB for Virginia Tech who tore his ACL in January and the earliest he may return according to Dr. Andrews is some time in October.
Zimmerman is a former Quarterback who understands the passing game a little better than most defenders.