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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Jimmy ClausenQB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Called a “10-year prospect” by many who cover California high school football, Clausen has put up gaudy statistics and won a state championship as a senior. What gets lost with all the talk of leading Notre Dame to the promised land and 60-plus touchdowns in a season, is that Clausen has serious football tools to back up the hype. He has a strong arm, an extremely quick release and razor sharp accuracy. He’s got excellent size and a good frame for a college or pro quarterback. His presence in the pocket and the feel he has for the game are very advanced for a high school player. You combine that with his physical tools and it’s obvious that he’s special.

5 stars6'3"200Notre Dame
#2Joe McKnightRB
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Scores touchdowns in multiple ways and is special with the ball in his hands.

5 stars6'1"193USC
#3Eric BerryDB
Fairburn, GACreekside

Has all the tools to develop into an elite college cornerback.

5 stars5'11"194Tennessee
#4Ryan MallettQB
Texarkana, TXTexas

One of the biggest arms in the country has people talking NFL potential already.

5 stars6'6"235Michigan
#5Carlos DunlapDE
North Charleston, SCFort Dorchester

Does uncanny things on the football field for a player his size.

5 stars6'7"260Florida
#6Everson GriffenDE
Avondale, AZAgua Fria

The highest ranked player ever from Arizona in the 10-year history of

5 stars6'4"266USC
#7Marvin AustinDT
Washington, DCBallou

The nation's top defensive tackle boasts rare agility and quickness.

5 stars6'2"291N. Carolina
#8Ronald JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Big long-term potential as a wide receiver, but is just as good at cornerback.

5 stars6'0"177USC
#9Torrey DavisDT
Seffner, FLArmwood

Superior quickness and knack for the big play make him dominant.

5 stars6'5"290Florida
#10Josh OglesbyOL
Milwaukee, WISt. Frances

Eats defensive linemen and linebackers for lunch with his 6-7, 315-pound frame.

5 stars6'7"315Wisconsin
#11Chris GalippoLB
Anaheim, CAServite

Do-it-all linebacker plays for one of California’s best high school programs.

5 stars6'3"235USC
#12James WilsonOL
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

Great feet and strength make him a dominant player.

5 stars6'4"308Florida
#13Terrance ToliverWR
Hempstead, TXHempstead

Still the most dominating receiver in Texas.

5 stars6'4"185LSU
#14Chad JonesATH
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Size, speed, range, ball skills, Jones has it all.

5 stars6'2"220LSU
#15Noel DevineRB
North Fort Myers, FLNorth Fort Myers

Explosiveness stems from his vision and cutting ability.

5 stars5'8"175West Virginia
#16Tray AllenOL
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

One of the best offensive linemen to come out of the Lone Star State in several years.

5 stars6'4"305Texas
#17Marc TylerRB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

The most complete back in the nation with hands, power and speed. Broke his leg late in his senior season.

5 stars6'0"215USC
#18Chris DonaldLB
Huntingdon, TNHuntingdon

Outstanding closing speed and natural ability makes him one of the nation's top linebackers.

5 stars6'2"220Tennessee
#19Chris CulliverWR
Garner, NCGarner

A true two-way threat that has showcased that he can excel at receiver.

5 stars6'0"188South Carolina
#20Ben MartinDE
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

One of the nation’s best pure pass rushers with an amazing frame.

5 stars6'5"230Tennessee
#21Curtis BrownDB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Top athlete should shine as a lock-down corner in college.

5 stars6'0"174Texas
#22Dwight JonesWR
Burlington, NCCummings

Big receiver will be a dangerous red zone threat.

5 stars6'5"210N. Carolina
#23Ryan MillerOL
Littleton, COColumbine

A monster tackle prospect that’s only going to get even bigger and stronger.

5 stars6'6"278Colorado
#24Arrelious BennWR
Washington, DCDunbar

Benn has tight end strength with wide receiver speed.

5 stars6'1"210Illinois
#25Donovan WarrenDB
Long Beach, CAPoly

The next great player from Long Beach Poly.

5 stars6'0"175Michigan
#26Martez WilsonDE
Chicago, ILSimeon

Still learning how to play DE, but you can’t teach his athletic ability.

5 stars6'3"230Illinois
#27Tyrod TaylorQB
Hampton, VAHampton

The next great quarterback from Hampton Roads?

5 stars6'1"200Virginia Tech
#28Cameron NewtonQB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

A perfect fit for the Gator offense.

5 stars6'4"232Florida
#29Kristofer O'DowdOL
Tucson, AZSalpointe

A 300-pound guard that has amazing feet and is a great pass blocker.

5 stars6'5"315USC
#30Enrique DavisRB
Lynn Haven, FLMosley

Vision, power and speed makes Davis the most complete back in Florida.

4 stars5'11"212Auburn
#31John ChilesATH
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

Put him at a number of positions and his speed, quickness, and athleticism will take over a game.

4 stars6'1"195Texas
#32Cliff MatthewsDE
Cheraw, SCCheraw

Has developed into an elite pass rusher his senior season.

4 stars6'4"223South Carolina
#33Doug WigginsDB
North Miami Beach, FLNorth Miami Beach

Showed that he's a lockdown cover corner - and a really good one.

4 stars5'11"180W. Michigan
#34Duval KamaraWR
Hoboken, NJHoboken

Prototypical big receiver has surprising quickness.

4 stars6'5"209Notre Dame
#35Rolando McClainLB
Decatur, ALDecatur

Big, lean and athletic, McClain is a stalking force on defense.

4 stars6'4"240Alabama
#36John ClayRB
Racine, WIPark High

A physical freak that has one of the nation’s best builds and is a tough runner.

4 stars6'0"222Wisconsin
#37Jerimy FinchDB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Finch will be Indiana's top recruit in more than 10 years.

4 stars6'1"203Florida
#38Aron WhiteTE
Columbia, MORock Bridge

A play-making tight end that should star in the SEC.

4 stars6'4"213Georgia
#39Michael HueyOL
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Huey has a nasty streak and a motor that doesn’t stop until the whistle is blown.

4 stars6'5"290Texas
#40Dionte AllenDB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

A technician at corner that is just as talented in zone as he is in man.

4 stars5'11"175Florida St.
#41DeAngelo BentonWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Size and hands make him one of the Southeast's best wide outs.

4 stars6'3"195LSU
#42Marcus GilchristDB
High Point, NCT.W. Andrews

Another big Mid-Atlantic grab for Clemson recruiter Billy Napier.

4 stars5'11"175Clemson
#43Major WrightDB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Make no mistake about it, Wright likes to hit and his senior season has helped his stock even more.

4 stars6'1"200Florida
#44Aaron CorpQB
Villa Park, CALutheran

Solid arm, but it’s his running ability that separates him from others.

4 stars6'4"195USC
#45Kendall SmithLB
Bushnell, FLSouth Sumter

A head-hunter that proved as a senior that he's a special player.

4 stars6'1"207Florida St.
#46Austin BoxLB
Enid, OKEnid

A tackling machine that’s a more athletic version of Rocky Calumus.

4 stars6'3"215Oklahoma
#47John BrantleyQB
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Has thrown for more than 6,000 career yards.

4 stars6'3"190Florida
#48Da'John HarrisDT
Gardena, CASerra

Skilled pass rusher is one of the best in the Golden State.

4 stars6'4"266USC
#49Deonte ThompsonWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Thompson's speed makes him a threat to score every time he touches the ball.

4 stars6'0"180Florida
#50Brandon SaineRB
Piqua, OHPiqua

Amazing hands and a great speed burst make him the Midwest’s top back.

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
#51Jordan BernstineDB
Des Moines, IALincoln High School

The highest ranked recruit out of Iowa in almost 10 years.

4 stars5'10"200Iowa
#52Armando AllenRB
Hialeah, FLMiami Lakes

Elite speed makes him a threat in any offensive system.

4 stars5'9"181Notre Dame
#53Chris StrongDE
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

A great high school linebacker that will be a great defensive lineman in college.

4 stars6'3"251Mississippi
#54Dez BryantWR
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Still one of the most dominating players in Texas.

4 stars6'1"195Oklahoma St.
#55Matt RomineOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

A top offensive lineman that excels in pass protection.

4 stars6'6"285Notre Dame
#56Kerry MurphyDT
Hoover, ALHoover

Makes opposing offensive lines scheme to stop him first.

4 stars6'5"315Alabama
#57Lennon CreerRB
Tatum, TXTatum

Has drawn comparisons to fellow Texas running back product Tatum Bell.

4 stars6'1"202Tennessee
#58Sidell CorleyDE
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Strength and athleticism make Corley one of the Southeast's most wanted.

4 stars6'4"250LSU
#59Joe HadenATH
Ft. Washington, MDFriendly

Arguably the most athletic player in the country.

4 stars5'10"189Florida
#60Eugene CliffordDB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Clifford could star at safety or receiver, but showed he's got the tools as a senior to be a great one for Ohio State.

4 stars6'2"190Ohio St.
#61Lee ZiembaOL
Rogers, ARRogers

Size, feet and mobility make him a great prospect on the next level.

4 stars6'7"295Auburn
#62Michael KeckDE
Harrisonville, MOHarrisonville

Has drawn comparisons to David Pollack because of his desire and heart.

4 stars6'5"215Missouri
#63Stefoin FrancoisDB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

East St. John has produced some great players over the years, and some believe Francois might be the best in the bunch.

4 stars6'0"188LSU
#64Brian PriceDT
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Nobody in the Los Angeles City Section was able to block him as a junior and as a senior.

4 stars6'2"285UCLA
#65Antwane GreenleeOL
Columbus, GAHardaway

A mountain of a man, showed he's one of the nation's best as a senior.

4 stars6'6"302Florida St.
#66Aaron HernandezTE
Bristol, CTBristol Central

Record-breaking tight end catches everything in traffic.

4 stars6'4"235Florida
#67Joseph BarksdaleDT
Detroit, MICass Tech

Moves like a linebacker on defense, despite being more than 300 pounds.

4 stars6'6"323LSU
#68Anthony DavisOL
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Massive tackle packs great punch and anchors well.

4 stars6'5"341Rutgers
#69Richetti JonesDE
Dallas, TXLincoln

Big frame and quickness make him one of the nation’s top pure pass rushers.

4 stars6'3"234Oklahoma St.
#70Bryan BulagaOL
Woodstock, ILMarian Central Catholic

Still growing, but already big on talent, technique and desire.

4 stars6'5"270Iowa
#71Lamark BrownATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood West

Will play early for K-State at receiver.

4 stars6'3"215Kansas St.
#72Andre JonesDT
El Paso, TXAndress

Brings a lot to the table not only with strength, but a great frame to build on.

4 stars6'4"305Texas
#73Niles PaulWR
Omaha, NENorth

The best prospect from Nebraska in years is Ahman Green’s nephew.

4 stars6'2"210Nebraska
#74Myles WadeDT
Portland, ORCentral Catholic

Should carry on Oregon's great tackle tradition.

4 stars6'2"322Oregon
#75Martin ColemanOL
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

Coleman has a big frame and is light on his feet. Big upside.

4 stars6'5"290USC
#76Derrick MorganDE
Coatesville, PACoatesville

Morgan is another big Keystone state star.

4 stars6'4"260Georgia Tech
#77Robert HughesRB
Chicago, ILHubbard

Built like a tank and just as tough to bring down.

4 stars5'11"226Notre Dame
#78Gary GrayDB
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

Tough against the run and has good closing speed. Will enroll early at Notre Dame.

4 stars5'10"163Notre Dame
#79Chaz PowellDB
New Freedom, PASusquehannock

Went through most of the season as one of the most under-ranked players in the nation - not anymore.

4 stars6'1"184Penn St.
#80Malcolm WilliamsWR
Garland, TXGarland

Could be one of the best to come from tradition-rich Garland High.

4 stars6'3"205Texas
#81Caleb KingRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Still one of the better running back prospects in the Southeast.

4 stars5'11"186Georgia
#82Mike PaulusQB
Syracuse, NYChristian Brothers

One-year starter has all the physical skills.

4 stars6'5"220N. Carolina
#83Mike RagoneTE
Cherry Hill, NJCamden Catholic

Long-striding tight end can stretch the field.

4 stars6'4"221Notre Dame
#84Morgan BurnettDB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Burnett is a top athlete and a track star as well.

4 stars6'1"182Georgia Tech
#85Raymond CarterRB
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Electric with the ball in his hands and is deadly in passing situations.

4 stars5'11"187UCLA
#86Michael McNeilDB
Mobile, ALDavidson

Excellent tackling ability, closing speed and toughness making him special.

4 stars6'2"200Auburn
#87Gerald JonesATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

One of the most highly recruited prospects in the Heartland region.

4 stars6'0"185Tennessee
#88Ben WellsDB
Beaumont, TXOzen

Wells gets it done in multiple sports and in the classroom – he’s the total package at defensive back.

4 stars6'1"185Texas
#89Chris RaineyRB
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Has been a star for years at Lakeland and will be one for the Gators.

4 stars5'9"159Florida
#90Stephen GarciaQB
Tampa, FLJefferson

Garcia is known for his ability to improvise, but he's also a skilled pocket passer.

4 stars6'2"202South Carolina
#91Toney ClemonsWR
New Kensington, PAValley

Should help continue Michigan's great tradition at receiver.

4 stars6'2"205Michigan
#92Marshall JonesDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Clausen and Tyler get a lot of the pub, but Jones is one of the nation’s best.

4 stars6'0"185USC
#93Drake NevisDT
Marrero, LAJohn Ehret

Senior season helped show he's one of the top players in Louisiana.

4 stars6'1"281LSU
#94Jahvid BestRB
Richmond, CASalesian

A sub 10.4 second runner in the 100 meters and 1,000 yard rusher as a junior.

4 stars5'10"183California
#95Allen BaileyDE
Darien, GAMcintosh County Academy

Great physical build and strength.

4 stars6'4"255Miami (FL)
#96Travian RobertsonDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

Tenacious off the edge, Robertson's desire to play the game sets him apart.

4 stars6'4"230South Carolina
#97Keenan RobinsonLB
Plano, TXPlano East

Robinson has been one of the most productive linebackers as a senior.

4 stars6'3"211Texas
#98Willy KornQB
Duncan, SCByrnes

Has struggled against better competition this year, but still has great skills.

4 stars6'2"200Clemson
#99Quintin RichardsonOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

Athletic big man will help the Gamecocks in a number of ways.

4 stars6'4"265South Carolina
#100Brandon GibsonWR
Mobile, ALUMS Wright

Great concentration when going up to catch the ball.

4 stars6'2"190Alabama