North Fort Myers, FLNorth Fort Myers
Could be the nation's most explosive player.
|5 stars||5'8"||175||West Virginia|
Hialeah, FLMiami Lakes
Has run in the 4.3-second range every time he's been timed in the 40.
|4 stars||5'9"||181||Notre Dame|
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw
One of the best backs from LA in years.
Heading into the perfect system for his talents.
Valencia, CAValencia High
Deadly in passing situations.
Solid senior season moves him up the charts.
Put his name on the map at the USC summer camp.
|4 stars||5'11"||185||Arizona St.|
Knoxville, TNFulton High School
Explosive runner should find a home in the slot.
Catches the ball well out of the backfield.
|3 stars||6'0"||193||Miami (FL)|
Louisville, KYSt. Xavier
Could see his stock rise during the season.
Hawgs get steal from Florida speedster.
Houston, TXSpring Woods
Mendoza may not have had eye-popping stats but is one very good football player.
Gets overlooked because heâ€™s between the Bay and LA
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward
Size might scare away Big 10 teams, but he could star in the MAC.
|3 stars||5'6"||180||Ball St.|
|#15||J.J. Di Luigi||RB|
Canyon Country, CACanyon
One of BYU's earliest commitments.
Wake Forest comit should fit nicely with its offense.
Royal Palm Beach, FL
Runs hard every play.
|3 stars||5'9"||181||Wake Forest|
Explosive all-purpose back that can hurt you with his hands and feet.
Paterson, NJPaterson Catholic
Could be deadly in Purdue's spread offense.
Lawrenceville, GARiverside Military Academy
Georgia RB developed as a senior.