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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
Manny AbreuLB
Union City, NJUnion City

Very good in pursuit and quick sideline to sideline.

4 stars6'4"230Rutgers
Frank AlexanderDE
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

No longer under-rated.

4 stars6'5"248Oklahoma
Armando AllenRB
Hialeah, FLMiami Lakes

Speedy Florida runner rushed for 1,127 yards and 13 touchdowns last year.

4 stars5'9"181Notre Dame
Dionte AllenDB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Has the best fundamentals of any corner in the nation.

4 stars5'11"175Florida St.
Tray AllenOL
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

One of the best offensive lineman from Texas in the last several years.

5 stars6'4"305Texas
Akeem AugusteDB
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Lockdown corner also is an excellent return man.

4 stars5'11"175South Carolina
Marvin AustinDT
Washington, DCBallou

Great quickness for a big man with excellent motor.

5 stars6'2"291N. Carolina
Akeem AyersLB
Los Angeles, CAVerbum Dei

Don’t let size fool you, this kid is a California sack master.

4 stars6'2"214UCLA
Allen BaileyDE
Darien, GAMcintosh County Academy

Junior all-state selection with 138 tackles.

4 stars6'4"255Miami (FL)
Joseph BarksdaleDT
Detroit, MICass Tech

Moves so easily for a big, strong defensive lineman.

4 stars6'6"323LSU
Mark BarnesATH
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

At receiver, Barnes averaged 21.8 yards per catch with 545 total yards.

4 stars6'2"194South Carolina
Arrelious BennWR
Washington, DCDunbar

Too big for corners, too fast for safeties.

5 stars6'1"210Illinois
DeAngelo BentonWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Averaged nearly 20 yards per catch last season.

4 stars6'3"195LSU
Jordan BernstineDB
Des Moines, IALincoln High School

Stock improved maybe better than anybody in the nation at NIKE Camp.

4 stars5'10"200Iowa
Eric BerryDB
Fairburn, GACreekside

Excellent ball skills set him apart.

5 stars5'11"194Tennessee
Damien BerryDB
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Tough defensive back has good ball skills and speed.

4 stars5'11"197Miami (FL)
Jahvid BestRB
Richmond, CASalesian

One of the fastest prospects in Northern California.

4 stars5'10"183California
Will BlackwellDT
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Through nine games had 52 tackles and four sacks.

4 stars6'4"296LSU
Pat BostickQB
Lancaster, PAManheim Township

Mature beyond his years.

4 stars6'3"220Pittsburgh
Austin BoxLB
Enid, OKEnid

The next great Sooner linebacker prospect.

4 stars6'3"215Oklahoma
Anthony BoylesATH
Gardena, CASerra

Some think he’s a top five player in California.

4 stars6'3"185Washington
John BrantleyQB
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Some say he's the nation's best quarterback prospect.

4 stars6'3"190Florida
Josh BrentDT
Bloomington, ILCentral Catholic

Best DT from Illinois since Mo Dampeer.

4 stars6'3"280Illinois
Ron BrooksATH
Irving, TXMacarthur

Special teams, receiver, and cornerback are all possibilities.

4 stars6'0"170LSU
John BrownDT
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Pure nose guard who has great quickness.

4 stars6'2"285Florida
Curtis BrownDB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Brown can shine both at receiver and cornerback.

5 stars6'0"174Texas
Lamark BrownATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood West

Receiver or running back, you name it, Brown can do it.

4 stars6'3"215Kansas St.
Kourtnei BrownDE
Charlotte, NCVictory Christian

One of the fastest rising players in North Carolina.

4 stars6'5"230Clemson
Ryan BroylesDB
Norman, OKNorman

Lockdown cover corner with great recovery speed.

4 stars6'0"170Oklahoma
Dez BryantWR
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Bryant plays taller than he is on paper and can take a big catch the distance.

4 stars6'1"195Oklahoma St.
Alphonso BryantWR
Homestead, FLHomestead

Could also be a big-time cornerback.

4 stars6'0"190UCF
Bryan BulagaOL
Woodstock, ILMarian Central Catholic

Iowa’s next monster offensive line prospect.

4 stars6'5"270Iowa
Jaivorio BurkesOL
Phoenix, AZMoon Valley

Long arms allow him to engage and lock on.

4 stars6'4"311Nebraska
Morgan BurnettDB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Projects as a big-time prospects in the secondary.

4 stars6'1"182Georgia Tech
Kodi BurnsQB
Fort Smith, ARNorthside Senior

Dangerous with his feet and his arm.

4 stars6'2"195Auburn
Josh BynesLB
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Ball stalker will develop into a big-time middle linebacker.

4 stars6'2"212Auburn
Jordan CampbellLB
Corona, CANorco

Heart as big as the Golden State, but he's also just as talented as anybody else in the state.

4 stars5'11"226USC
Raymond CarterRB
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Also extremely deadly in passing situations.

4 stars5'11"187UCLA
Russell CarterDE
Houston, TXWestbury

Carter is both impressive physically and extremely quick when the ball is snapped.

4 stars6'3"230Texas
Quentin CastilleRB
La Porte, TXLa Porte

Tough, hard-nosed runner that is great between tackles.

4 stars6'1"234Nebraska
Nate ChandlerTE
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

Next great tight end headed to UCLA.

4 stars6'5"225UCLA
John ChilesATH
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

Chiles can do it all with the ball in his hands.

4 stars6'1"195Texas
Jimmy ClausenQB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

The nation’s No. 1 player already committed to the Irish.

5 stars6'3"200Notre Dame
John ClayRB
Racine, WIPark High

The most physically gifted back in the nation.

4 stars6'0"222Wisconsin
Nick ClaytorOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Tough trenchman stepped up in the playoffs last year.

4 stars6'6"312Georgia Tech
Toney ClemonsWR
New Kensington, PAValley

Speedy receiver with good size.

4 stars6'2"205Michigan
Eugene CliffordDB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Safety or receiver – doesn’t matter because he can do it all.

4 stars6'2"190Ohio St.
Chris ColasantiLB
Lakeville, MIBrother Rice

Hard-nosed inside linebacker that should fit in at Linebacker U.

4 stars6'2"209Penn St.
William ColeATH
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Nobody had a better season in the Lone Star State.

4 stars5'10"165Oklahoma St.
Martin ColemanOL
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

A monster that’s only in his second year of organized football.

4 stars6'5"290USC
B.J. ColemanQB
Chattanooga, TNMcCallie School

The next great QB at Tennessee?

4 stars6'4"180Tennessee
Brandon CollinsWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

Another Texas prospect in the Rivals250.

4 stars6'0"167Texas
Scotty CooperLB
Lake City, SCLake City

Runs a 10.6 second 100-meter dash and will strike you.

4 stars6'0"206Clemson
Sidell CorleyDE
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

The junior season was marked by 80 tackles for Corley.

4 stars6'4"250LSU
Aaron CorpQB
Villa Park, CALutheran

Dual-threat ability separates him from others out West.

4 stars6'4"195USC
Lennon CreerRB
Tatum, TXTatum

Creer is complete with solid speed, great feet, and good balance.

4 stars6'1"202Tennessee
Chris CulliverWR
Garner, NCGarner

Future guided missile at safety.

5 stars6'0"188South Carolina
Anthony DavisOL
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Massive lineman with great initial punch.

4 stars6'5"341Rutgers
Drew DavisWR
Denver, COMontbello

Elite receiver prospect that will graduate in December.

4 stars6'0"210Oregon
Torrey DavisDT
Seffner, FLArmwood

Some coaches say he's the nation's top overall prospect.

5 stars6'5"290Florida
Enrique DavisRB
Lynn Haven, FLMosley

Davis' all-state year included 1,817 yards on the ground.

4 stars5'11"212Auburn
Blake DeChristopherOL
Midlothian, VAClover Hill

Moved up after solid senior season.

4 stars6'6"300Virginia Tech
Mark DellWR
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

Also a basketball star, which allows him to snag about any jump ball.

4 stars6'1"177Michigan St.
Noel DevineRB
North Fort Myers, FLNorth Fort Myers

Devine is the true example of tough-to-tackle backs with moves for days.

5 stars5'8"175West Virginia
Johnnie Lee DixonATH
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Big-time athletic ability and skills in the secondary.

4 stars5'11"176Auburn
Chris DonaldLB
Huntingdon, TNHuntingdon

On offense, Donald rushed for over 1,500 yards the last two seasons.

5 stars6'2"220Tennessee
Todd DoxeyDB
San Diego, CAHoover

Vicious hitter also has good ball skills.

4 stars6'2"175Oregon
Carlos DunlapDE
North Charleston, SCFort Dorchester

Ran a kickoff back 95-yards in a game this year.

5 stars6'7"260Florida
Josh DworaczykOL
New Iberia, LACatholic

Still very raw, but once he fills out and learns the position - look out.

4 stars6'5"263LSU
Jonathan DwyerRB
Marietta, GAKell

The junior season for Dwyer was big in numbers with 1,898 yards on the ground.

4 stars6'0"197Georgia Tech
Corey EasonDE
Mansfield, MAMansfield

Great frame and very quick off the ball.

4 stars6'5"265Boston Coll.
Lorenzo EdwardsLB
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Big safety whose strength is run defense.

4 stars6'2"220Florida
John ElliottOL
East Meadow, NYEast Meadow

New York brawler could play tackle or guard.

4 stars6'4"288Boston Coll.
Robert ElliottRB
Okolona, MSOkolona

Runs with speed and power and had 1,861 yards and 20 scores in 2005.

4 stars6'0"191Mississippi St.
Donnie EvegeDB
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School

A lockdown cover corner that should star in the Big 10

4 stars5'11"185Ohio St.
Cedric EversonATH
Detroit, MIMumford

Coaches see this speedy player at a number of different positions.

4 stars6'1"178Iowa
Terence Fells-DanzerLB
Culpeper, VACulpeper

Physical and fast, another top Virginia linebacker.

4 stars6'0"227Virginia
Simi FiliDT
Salt Lake City, UTCottonwood Senior

The best DT from Utah since Haloti Ngata.

4 stars6'2"339Oregon
Jerimy FinchDB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

If he keeps growing will eventually end up at linebacker, but plenty of talent to work with.

4 stars6'1"203Florida
Jamell FlemingDB
Arlington, TXSeguin

Sooners are getting a good one in Felming.

4 stars5'10"187Oklahoma
Chris ForcierQB
San Diego, CASt. Augustine

Could argue that Forcier is better than Corp, Nichol.

4 stars6'3"185UCLA
Stefoin FrancoisDB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Hard-hitter had five sacks and one interception in a short 2005.

4 stars6'0"188LSU
Chris GalippoLB
Anaheim, CAServite

Committed to USC back on Feb. 1.

5 stars6'3"235USC
Stephen GarciaQB
Tampa, FLJefferson

Garcia rushed for 700 yards and threw for 2,800 more last year.

4 stars6'2"202South Carolina
Brandon GibsonWR
Mobile, ALUMS Wright

Caught 13 touchdowns in 2005.

4 stars6'2"190Alabama
Marcus GilchristDB
High Point, NCT.W. Andrews

The next Human Joystick on special teams?

4 stars5'11"175Clemson
Anthony GildonDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Some think he has the best long-term potential of any of the Oaks Christian kids.

4 stars5'11"185Oregon
Logan GrayQB
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Could also project at a number of other positions if QB doesn’t work out.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
Gary GrayDB
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

Could see time in passing situations early.

4 stars5'10"163Notre Dame
Broderick GreenRB
Little Rock, ARPulaski Academy

The big back had 1,664 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior.

4 stars6'1"230USC
Antwane GreenleeOL
Columbus, GAHardaway

Averaged 4.5 pancake blocks per game in 2005.

4 stars6'6"302Florida St.
Everson GriffenDE
Avondale, AZAgua Fria

Runs like a receiver, but built like a defensive lineman.

5 stars6'4"266USC
Rob GronkowskiTE
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Big target has soft hands.

4 stars6'6"232Arizona
Jazzmen GuyDE
Hazlehurst, MSHazlehurst Senior

Skilled at coming off the edge.

4 stars6'5"265Mississippi St.
Joe HadenATH
Ft. Washington, MDFriendly

Impact player on offense or defense at next level.

4 stars5'10"189Florida
Jason HannanOL
Waxahachie, TXWaxahachie

Amazing technique and great feet.

4 stars6'4"277Oklahoma
Da'John HarrisDT
Gardena, CASerra

Quickly shooting up the charts and has five-star potential.

4 stars6'4"266USC
T-Bob HebertOL
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Son of former New Orleans Saints/Atlanta Falcons quarterback has great feet.

4 stars6'3"256LSU
Aaron HernandezTE
Bristol, CTBristol Central

Reminds some of a young Tony Gonzalez.

4 stars6'4"235Florida
Cameron HeywardDT
Suwanee, GAPeachtree Ridge

Heyward has had over 150 tackles and 14 sacks since his sophomore season.

4 stars6'5"264Ohio St.
Brandon HicksLB
Jacksonville, FLForrest

Rangy linebacker had 12 sacks in 2005.

4 stars6'3"205Florida
Cris HillDB
Highland Springs, VAHighland Springs

Virginia standout has good offer sheet.

4 stars5'11"166Virginia Tech
Jermale HinesLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The top offering from always loaded Glenville for class of 2007.

4 stars6'2"205Ohio St.
Kyle HixOL
Aledo, TXAledo

Hix can mow down defenders with his long arms and great quickness.

4 stars6'6"290Texas
Justin HoustonDE
Statesboro, GAStatesboro

Another in-star target heading to UGA.

4 stars6'3"228Georgia
Jerry HowardDE
Orlando, FLJones

Makes plays all over the field.

4 stars6'4"240Florida
Michael HueyOL
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Huey's great motor makes him a dominating offensive guard.

4 stars6'5"290Texas
Robert HughesRB
Chicago, ILHubbard

A true definition of a power back.

4 stars5'11"226Notre Dame
Blaine IrbyTE
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

One of the most impressive testers at the NIKE Camp.

4 stars6'2"224Texas
Emeka IwekaOL
Seattle, WARainier Beach

A terror on the field and on the basketball court.

4 stars6'5"290Washington
Desmond JacksonDB
Seguin, TXSeguin

Jackson could fit in as a speedy safety or hard-hitting cover corner.

4 stars5'11"187Oklahoma
Jamar JacksonDE
Richmond, VAVarina

Earned all-district and all-metro honors as well as second team all-region as a junior.

4 stars6'4"225Florida St.
Anthony JacobsDE
Northfield, MNNorthfield

Minnesota end has had a good senior year.

4 stars6'2"265Minnesota
Chris JacobsonOL
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

Nasty road grader loves to play physical.

4 stars6'3"284Pittsburgh
Jarvis JenkinsDT
Central, SCDaniel

Plays with high energy and is quick off the ball.

4 stars6'4"308Clemson
Antonio JeremiahDT
Hilliard, OHDarby

Displays amazing lower-body leverage because of wrestling experience.

4 stars6'4"280Michigan St.
Ronald JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Looks to be fully recovered from injury.

5 stars6'0"177USC
Cody JohnsonRB
Waller, TXWaller

Johnson is already drawing comparisons to former Longhorn back Ricky Williams.

4 stars5'10"225Texas
Rishaw JohnsonOL
Hammond, LAHammond

A massive man that can run block with the best of them.

4 stars6'4"315Mississippi
Marshall JonesDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

A truly elite safety that can cover and hit.

4 stars6'0"185USC
Dwight JonesWR
Burlington, NCCummings

Big, strong red zone threat will be a touchdown maker.

5 stars6'5"210N. Carolina
Gerald JonesATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Easily the state's least well known prospect and arguably it's most naturally gifted.

4 stars6'0"185Tennessee
Chad JonesATH
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Junior season stats included 81 tackles and four picks for Jones.

5 stars6'2"220LSU
Andre JonesDT
El Paso, TXAndress

One of the better prospects to come out of El Paso since Rufus Brown.

4 stars6'4"305Texas
Richetti JonesDE
Dallas, TXLincoln

Jones is a pass-rushing force against big competition in the Dallas area.

4 stars6'3"234Oklahoma St.
Jarvis JonesOL
Rosenberg, TXLamar Consolidated

Jones is a big-bodied, rangy offensive lineman that is tough on defenders.

4 stars6'7"250LSU
Phelon JonesATH
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Raw athletic ability make him a take for most college programs.

4 stars6'1"185LSU
Markish JonesWR
Spartanburg, SCGettys D Broome

Moved up after a solid senior season.

4 stars6'0"183Clemson
Duval KamaraWR
Hoboken, NJHoboken

Smooth receiver with great hops and quickness.

4 stars6'5"209Notre Dame
Michael KeckDE
Harrisonville, MOHarrisonville

Compared to David Pollack because of work ethic.

4 stars6'5"215Missouri
Terence KernsRB
Frederick, MDThomas Johnson

Will he roll up the yards at West Virginia?

4 stars6'0"208West Virginia
Caleb KingRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

The only sophomore to be named all-state in 5A in Georgia.

4 stars5'11"186Georgia
James KirkendollWR
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

A fast slot receiver type that can torch the defense.

4 stars5'10"178Texas
Willy KornQB
Duncan, SCByrnes

Big-time athletic ability helps him move the pocket.

4 stars6'2"200Clemson
Peter LalichQB
Springfield, VAWest Springfield

NFL size with strong arm and good touch.

4 stars6'5"235Virginia
Donald LangleyDT
Germantown, MDSeneca Valley

One of the fastest-rising prospects in Maryland.

4 stars6'2"295Tennessee
Ted LaurentDT
Powder Springs, GAMcEachern

Laurent had total 70 tackles last season.

4 stars6'0"285Mississippi
Pat LazearLB
Wheaton, MDWheaton

Hard hitting 'backer is a throwback.

4 stars6'0"229West Virginia
Dion LecornWR
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Burner has great ball skills and knows how to get open deep.

4 stars6'0"192South Carolina
Jarrett LeeQB
Brenham, TXBrenham

Lee is a pro-style quarterback, with mobility, who has benefited from a pass-happy system.

4 stars6'2"192LSU
Chris LettDB
Pensacola, FLPensacola

Huge cornerback has good coverage skills.

4 stars6'2"195Alabama
Malachi LewisATH
Oxnard, CARio Mesa

A freaky athlete that could star at LB or on the offensive side of the ball.

4 stars6'3"215Oregon
Chris LittleOL
Jeffersonville, GATwiggs County

Big body with long arms. Can open holes.

4 stars6'5"342Georgia
Greg LittleATH
Durham, NCHillside

Super athlete just needs to find a position.

4 stars6'2"214N. Carolina
Tony LoganATH
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Could play quarterback for some or wideout/corner for others.

4 stars5'10"170Maryland
Brian MaddoxRB
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

Versatile back has wiggle and great hands.

4 stars6'0"215South Carolina
Ryan MallettQB
Texarkana, TXTexas

Mallett's big arm and huge frame is definitely one of a kind.

5 stars6'6"235Michigan
Ben MartinDE
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Could have argued he was Ohio’s best player.

5 stars6'5"230Tennessee
Robert MarveQB
Tampa, FLPlant

Has had a big senior season.

4 stars6'1"189Miami (FL)
Rashad MasonWR
Nashville, TNPearl-Cohn

Nashville star has huge potential.

4 stars6'6"215N. Carolina
Cliff MatthewsDE
Cheraw, SCCheraw

Matthews tacked up seven sacks in 2005.

4 stars6'4"223South Carolina
Rolando McClainLB
Decatur, ALDecatur

Also is a standout at tight end.

4 stars6'4"240Alabama
Ernest McCoyOL
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Massive lineman isn't a statue out there. He can move.

4 stars6'5"330LSU
D'Angelo McCrayDT
Jacksonville, FLAndrew Jackson

Projects best at defensive tackle, but could play anywhere.

4 stars6'4"289Illinois
Aundre McGaskeyOL
La Marque, TXLa Marque

McGaskey is already a solid prospect but his ceiling his very high.

4 stars6'4"290Texas
Jermaine McKenzieWR
Bradenton, FLBradenton Prep

Needs to add weight, but has oustanding speed, height and hands.

4 stars6'1"164Miami (FL)
Joe McKnightRB
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

McKnight was a junior force with 14 scores in a shortened season.

5 stars6'1"193USC
Michael McNeilDB
Mobile, ALDavidson

Great open-field tackler.

4 stars6'2"200Auburn
Ryan MillerOL
Littleton, COColumbine

Will only get stronger as his frame fills out.

5 stars6'6"278Colorado
Derrick MorganDE
Coatesville, PACoatesville

Active pass rusher has surprising quickness.

4 stars6'4"260Georgia Tech
Anthony MorrisDB
Harvey, ILThornton Township

Quick-riser from the Land of Lincoln.

4 stars6'3"200Illinois
Diauntae MorrowDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

A leader on one of the top overall programs in Ohio and in the nation.

4 stars5'11"179Iowa
Kerry MurphyDT
Hoover, ALHoover

As a junior, Murphy tallied 77 tackles and eight sacks.

4 stars6'5"315Alabama
Josh NesbittQB
Greensboro, GAGreene County

Elusive in the open field.

4 stars6'0"204Georgia Tech
Drake NevisDT
Marrero, LAJohn Ehret

Could not be stopped at the Baton Rouge NIKE Camp.

4 stars6'1"281LSU
Cameron NewtonQB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Raw, but has a lot of tools to work with.

5 stars6'4"232Florida
Keith NicholQB
Lowell, MILowell

The two-time player of the year in Michigan.

4 stars6'2"195Oklahoma
Kristofer O'DowdOL
Tucson, AZSalpointe

300-pound offensive guard that has great feet.

5 stars6'5"315USC
Josh OglesbyOL
Milwaukee, WISt. Frances

The top player overall in the Midwest.

5 stars6'7"315Wisconsin
Nate OliverDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Hard-hitting safety dominates against Ohio’s best.

4 stars5'11"199Ohio St.
Ahmad PaigeWR
Sterlington, LASterlington

Paige caught 33 passes for 852 yards and nine scores as a junior.

4 stars6'3"175Tennessee
Earl PatinLB
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Another Southern Lab superstar.

4 stars6'1"228Baylor
Niles PaulWR
Omaha, NENorth

Ahman Green’s nephew has the goods, too.

4 stars6'2"210Nebraska
Brandon PaulATH
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Speedy Paul can do a number of things to hurt you.

4 stars5'10"185Florida St.
Mike PaulusQB
Syracuse, NYChristian Brothers

Has everything except experience.

4 stars6'5"220N. Carolina
C.J. PeakeDB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

The top prospect on a loaded Trottwood-Madision team.

4 stars6'2"216Louisville
Jason PetersDE
Baton Rouge, LACatholic

One of many talented defensive linemen in the Pelican State this year.

4 stars6'4"262Georgia Tech
Chaz PowellDB
New Freedom, PASusquehannock

Great coverage safety with good run support ability.

4 stars6'1"184Penn St.
Brian PriceDT
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Dominant on the interior of the defensive line.

4 stars6'2"285UCLA
Ryan PughOL
Hoover, ALHoover

Could be Auburn's top center for a good chunk of his career.

4 stars6'2"275Auburn
Mike RagoneTE
Cherry Hill, NJCamden Catholic

Will be scary when his frame fills out.

4 stars6'4"221Notre Dame
Chris RaineyRB
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Doesn't have ideal size, but has ideal speed and ability.

4 stars5'9"159Florida
Chaz RamseyOL
Madison, MSMadison Central

Great frame, great feet equal a solid player.

4 stars6'3"285Auburn
Michael ReardonDE
Villa Park, CALutheran

Huge defensive end will make Trojans coaches proud.

4 stars6'6"260USC
Bert ReedATH
Panama City, FLBay

Is one of the best players in the Florida Panhandle.

4 stars5'11"165Florida St.
Quintin RichardsonOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

Projects well at any position along the offensive or defensive lines.

4 stars6'4"265South Carolina
Stevan RidleyATH
Natchez, MSTrinity Episcopal

Has a nose for the football and also is a solid running back.

4 stars6'0"211LSU
Travian RobertsonDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

Top pass rusher will continue state tradition.

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

Robinson brings uncanny athleticism to the linebacker spot.

4 stars6'3"211Texas
Matt RomineOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

Top offensive line recruit in Oklahoma since Wes Sims.

4 stars6'6"285Notre Dame
David RossDB
Compton, CADominguez

Able to succeed in either man or zone coverage.

4 stars6'0"174Oregon St.
Kenny RoweDE
Long Beach, CAPoly

Lightning fast first step in pass-rush situations.

4 stars6'2"210Oregon
Brandon SaineRB
Piqua, OHPiqua

Maybe the best hands of any tailback in the nation.

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
Darris SawtelleOL
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Expect great things with Fulmer coaching this OL stud.

4 stars6'6"295Tennessee
Christian ScottDB
Dallas, TXSkyline

A rare prospect having great speed but a love for big hits and hard-nosed defense.

4 stars6'0"185Texas
James ScottDB
Daytona Beach, FLSeabreeze

Scott's big junior year was highlighted by 66 tackles and three interceptions.

4 stars5'9"163Ohio St.
Derek SherrodOL
Columbus, MSCaledonia

Magnolia State fast-riser is big and athletic.

4 stars6'6"298Mississippi St.
Markques SimasWR
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

Isn’t a burner, but runs the most precise routes out West.

4 stars6'1"198Colorado
Steve SloanLB
San Jose, CAArchbishop Mitty

NorCal linebacker likes to hit.

4 stars6'2"219UCLA
Malcolm SmithATH
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Steve Smith’s younger brother is talented at a number of positions.

4 stars6'2"200USC
Harrison SmithATH
Knoxville, TNCatholic

Was one of the top perfomers at the Athens NIKE Camp.

4 stars6'2"201Notre Dame
Kendall SmithLB
Bushnell, FLSouth Sumter

Few had better senior seasons in Floirda.

4 stars6'1"207Florida St.
Jay SmithWR
Norfolk, VALake Taylor

Has barely scratched the surface of his great potential.

4 stars6'4"200N.C. State
D.J. StaffordDE
LaGrange, GALa Grange

Flies around the football and makes plays.

4 stars6'3"263Kentucky
Bradley StephensRB
McAllen, TXMcAllen Memorial

Stephens’ production speaks for itself in a deep year at running back.

4 stars5'10"185Texas A&M
Derrick StephensLB
Houston, TXCypress Falls

Stephens is a big inside backer who punishes ball carriers.

4 stars6'3"240Texas A&M
Devon StillDE
Wilmington, DEHoward

Has the size coveted at defensive end these days.

4 stars6'6"251Penn St.
Chris StrongDE
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Chris Strong had 94 total tackles and four sacks last season.

4 stars6'3"251Mississippi
Nick SukayDB
Greensburg, PACentral Catholic

Runs great routes, has excellent hands and surprising speed.

4 stars6'3"200Penn St.
Matt Summers-GavinOL
San Francisco, CASt. Ignatius

Can play all three of the offensive line positions.

4 stars6'5"271California
Golden TateATH
Hendersonville, TNPope John Paul II

Tate rushed and received for over 1,000 yards as a junior.

4 stars5'11"175Notre Dame
Tyrod TaylorQB
Hampton, VAHampton

The most dangerous QB in the country when the pocket breaks down.

5 stars6'1"200Virginia Tech
Earl ThomasATH
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

Thomas plays offense and defense in high school, but his closing speed makes him a great corner.

4 stars5'10"174Texas
Deonte ThompsonWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Thompson turns the short pass into a big-time play.

4 stars6'0"180Florida
Steven ThreetQB
Adrian, MI

Jackets got a great steal out of Michigan.

4 stars6'6"225Georgia Tech
Terrance ToliverWR
Hempstead, TXHempstead

Toliver has the frame and speed coaches are looking for at receiver.

5 stars6'4"185LSU
Nick ToonWR
Madison, WIMiddleton High

Just like his dad - long, lean and has big-play ability.

4 stars6'3"200Wisconsin
Devon TorrenceATH
Canton, OHCanton South

One of the best athletes in Ohio is also a baseball prospect.

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
Justin TrattouDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

High motor and excellent against the run.

4 stars6'4"230Florida
Israel TroupeWR
Tifton, GATift County

Troupe scored three touchdowns on special teams, three on offense.

4 stars6'0"200Georgia
Tony TuckerDE
Washington, DCSt. John's College High

Undersized but his quickness and his burst overcomes that.

4 stars6'2"225Pittsburgh
Apaiata TuihalamakaLB
Gardena, CASerra

True definition of pass-rush specialist.

4 stars6'3"205Arizona
Kaniela TuipulotuDT
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Earns nod as the top player in a loaded year in Hawaii.

4 stars6'1"280Arizona
Marc TylerRB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Some think he’s the most complete back in the nation.

5 stars6'0"215USC
Ryan Van BergenDE
Whitehall, MI

Future Wolverine has excellent size.

4 stars6'5"260Michigan
Demarcus VanDykeATH
Miami, FLPace

With 4.3-second speed, could be used in the return game as well as the secondary.

4 stars6'0"161Miami (FL)
Shane VereenRB
Valencia, CAValencia High

Explosive California back that can do it all.

4 stars5'9"170California
Myles WadeDT
Portland, ORCentral Catholic

Top overall prospect in the Northwest.

4 stars6'2"322Oregon
Landon WalkerOL
Ronda, NCEast Wilkes

Very impressive at the Shrine Bowl.

4 stars6'7"275Clemson
Donovan WarrenDB
Long Beach, CAPoly

The top lockdown corner in California.

5 stars6'0"175Michigan
Taurian WashingtonWR
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Sure-handed receiver that has explosive big-play ability.

4 stars6'0"167Ohio St.
Alex WatkinsDE
Brownsville, TNHaywood

Athletic big man has tremendous upside and potential.

4 stars6'5"225Alabama
Lansford WatsonTE
Brooklyn, NYLincoln

Wide receiver skills in a growing body.

4 stars6'4"226Maryland
Darrion WeemsOL
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Weems is already shining at a talented program in Texas after moving.

4 stars6'6"285Oregon
Ben WellsDB
Beaumont, TXOzen

Coaches compare Wells to Longhorn star Michael Huff.

4 stars6'1"185Texas
Aron WhiteTE
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Great hands. Could play WR at the next level.

4 stars6'4"213Georgia
Foswhitt WhittakerRB
Pearland, TX

A true all-around threat on offense and special teams.

4 stars5'9"187Texas
Doug WigginsDB
North Miami Beach, FLNorth Miami Beach

South Florida athlete projects as a corner.

4 stars5'11"180W. Michigan
Malcolm WilliamsWR
Garland, TXGarland

Strong, tough, and fast is a rare combination for a high school receiver.

4 stars6'3"205Texas
John WilliamsATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

One of the best all-around athletes in the Southeast.

4 stars5'11"175LSU
J'Courtney WilliamsLB
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Could play linebacker or safety in college.

4 stars6'4"212Virginia
Michael WilliamsDB
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

A hard-hitting defensive back with plenty of speed.

4 stars5'10"181Michigan
Bo WilliamsRB
Oakland Park, FLNortheast

Has all the tools to be a great one.

4 stars6'1"203Florida
James WilsonOL
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

Big-time feet and agility set him apart.

5 stars6'4"308Florida
Martez WilsonDE
Chicago, ILSimeon

Top player overall in Illinois and Chicago.

5 stars6'3"230Illinois
Stefen WisniewskiOL
Pittsburgh, PACentral Catholic

A mauler for a run blocker.

4 stars6'3"275Penn St.
Bailey WoodsTE
Marietta, GAWalton

Stats are lacking, but athletic ability and hands are not.

4 stars6'4"240Auburn
Major WrightDB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

All-state honors earned after six picks and 58 tackles in 2005.

4 stars6'1"200Florida
Carson YorkOL
Coeur d' Alene, IDLake City

The best player from Idaho in the past five years?

4 stars6'5"270Oregon
Lee ZiembaOL
Rogers, ARRogers

Has been the best o-line prospect in Arkansas for years.

4 stars6'7"295Auburn