Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab
One of the nation's best has amazing ball skills.
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit
Chiles is speedy and elusive no matter where he plays.
Ft. Washington, MDFriendly
Explosive with the ball in his hands.
St. Louis, MOHazelwood West
Receiver or running back, heâ€™s good enough for either.
|4 stars||6'3"||215||Kansas St.|
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood
Easily the state's least well known prospect and arguably it's most naturally gifted.
Running back or defensive back, he can do it all.
Hendersonville, TNPope John Paul II
Dominates his high school competition.
|4 stars||5'11"||175||Notre Dame|
Woodland Hills, CATaft
Deadly athlete that could play all over.
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast
Dynamic athlete is surprisingly polished at WR.
|4 stars||6'2"||194||South Carolina|
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen
Elite athlete that can project in so many places.
Oxnard, CARio Mesa
Moving up the charts quickly.
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark
Thomasâ€™ speed should help him no matter where he plays.
Could develop into a great safety or outside linebacker.
|4 stars||6'2"||214||N. Carolina|
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill
Had the best senior season of anybody in Texas.
|4 stars||5'10"||165||Oklahoma St.|
Brooks is flashy on the field on defense or offense.
Blinding speed means he could play a number of places.
|4 stars||6'0"||161||Miami (FL)|
One of the fastest in the Midwest.
Panama City, FLBay
A guy that gives 100 percent on every play.
|4 stars||5'11"||165||Florida St.|
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge
One of the most explosive athletes in Louisiana.
Dynamic athlete could play a number of positions in college.
|4 stars||5'10"||185||Florida St.|
Natchez, MSTrinity Episcopal
Tigers dipped into Mississippi for this star.
Excellent speed on either side of the ball.
|#23||Johnnie Lee Dixon||ATH|
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central
Auburn got a steal with this one.
Canton, OHCanton South
Also one of Ohioâ€™s best baseball players.
|4 stars||6'0"||200||Ohio St.|
Great size and speed.
|4 stars||6'2"||201||Notre Dame|
One of the top all-around athletes in the Lone Star State.
|4 stars||6'4"||225||Texas A&M|
Can go up and snatch the ball out of the air.
|4 stars||6'4"||213||South Carolina|
Los Angeles, CAVerbum Dei
One of the fastest and best WRs in the West.
|4 stars||5'8"||158||Oregon St.|
Blue collar player with great work ethic.
|4 stars||6'1"||215||Notre Dame|
Moye looks for a big season after missing varsity time as a junior.
Kerleyâ€™s athleticism makes him a great corner or receiver prospect.
Rutgers keeps local star at home.
Speedy safety prospect with good ball skills.
|3 stars||6'0"||184||Virginia Tech|
Speed allows him to be recruited as a corner or receiver.
If calling the signals doesn't work, Proctor could play receiver or safety.
Baldwin Park, CABaldwin Park
Could star at running back or corner in college
Batesville, MSSouth Panola
Very quick and athletic.
Kingsland, GACamden County
Frame and versatility give him a high value.
|3 stars||6'3"||183||Georgia Tech|
Big frame, versatility, but Chavis still looking for the perfect position.
|3 stars||6'4"||220||Texas A&M|
Could help the Vols in multiple areas.
Should find a home in the Rebels' secondary.
Andre Smith's little brother is a skilled athlete.
MVP of the Shrine Bowl.
|3 stars||6'1"||190||East Carolina|
Rushed for 1,475 yards on 143 carries and scored 20 touchdowns as a junior.
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame
One of the top players for one of the best teams in LA.
Lakeland, FLEvangelical Christian
Could end up being a steal for Tennessee.
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson
Has the tools, needs polish.
Arlington, TXGrace Prep
Every year Oak Creek has a star and Reynolds is this yearâ€™s edition.
Named all-league, all-conference and all-district as a junior.
Virginia Beach, VAKempsville
Terps get a good one.
Bailey could star at either receiver or safety in college.
A big-play threat with the ball in his hands.
Ashland, VAPatrick Henry
Rushed for 1,350 yards on 130 carries and 15 touchdowns and added nine interceptions as a junior.
|3 stars||5'10"||170||Virginia Tech|
Explosive at quarterback, could be a star at a number of positions
|3 stars||5'10"||169||Wake Forest|
Sierra Vista, AZBuena
Continues to get better and will be great when he gets to play natural position.
Great at the NIKE Camp, even better as a senior.
Is one of the biggest sleepers in the West.
North Las Vegas, NVCheyenne
Teams love his athletic ability but could be lockdown corner
Oskaloosa, IAOskaloosa Senior
Sash should be known as Slash because he can do a number of things well.
Committed early to play for Dan Hawkins at CU
Los Angeles, CAUniversity
Type of player Boise State turns into a star.
|3 stars||5'10"||152||Boise St.|
Davis is expected to play receiver at Oklahoma State.
|3 stars||6'5"||185||Oklahoma St.|
Fort Myers, FLCypress Lake
Tremendous athlete that projects at a number of spots.
|3 stars||5'11"||170||South Florida|
Wichita, KSKapaun Mt. Carmel
Plays QB in high school but could project at a number of spots.
|3 stars||6'3"||191||Kansas St.|
Excellent footspeed. Stock could soar his senior year.
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna
Could play in the secondary or at wide receiver.
Madison Heights, MILamphere
Earned a scholarship with a dominating performance at UMâ€™s summer camp
Got offers early and could project all over the field
|3 stars||5'11"||198||Fresno St.|
Nashville, TNWhites Creek
Vandy stays close to home for this local star.