From defensive tackle QBs to Space Jam actors, what makes 10 college football recruits so interesting

Not only is Ceyair Wright the sixth-best cornerback recruit in the Class of 2021, but he will also play LeBron James' son in "Space Jam: A New Legacy." ThreeStep

Ceyair Wright has turned himself into a household name among college football recruiting fans as one of the top prospects in the 2021 class, but soon he could become a name people outside of football recognize as well.

Wright is the No. 108-ranked prospect overall, a cornerback from Los Angeles, and has some of the top schools in the country after him. Michigan, Notre Dame, Stanford, USC, Cal, Oregon, Nebraska and Utah are just a few of the bigger programs that want to sign the talented defensive back in this class.

One of the things that separates Wright from the typical recruit: his acting pedigree. He was cast as LeBron James' son in the upcoming "Space Jam" sequel.

Wright has been acting and modeling since he was 4 or 5 years old, eventually graduating up to commercials and realizing he wanted to do film and television at 13. He landed a few smaller roles and was in an independent film in eighth grade.