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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Terrelle PryorQB
Jeannette, PAJeannette

Pryor is a dynamic dual-threat quarterback that showcased his talent in front of a national television audience at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. His 6-foot-6, 235-pound frame draws natural comparisons to Vince Young, and his stats support his status as the nation’s No. 1 player. He finished his career with 4,250 rushing yards and 4,249 passing yards. He led his team to a state championship as a senior, as he rushed for 1,899 yards and 36 scores. He also got it done through the air with 1,889 passing yards and 23 scores. He was named most valuable player at the Army game, completing four of six passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. He was also a major threat on the ground with 10 rushes for 79 yards and a touchdown.

5 stars6'6"235Ohio St.
#2DaQuan BowersDE
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Had an impressive 33 tackles for a loss as a senior with 15 sacks.

5 stars6'4"267Clemson
#3Mike AdamsOL
Dublin, OHCoffman

Some call Adams the best offensive lineman to come out of Ohio in years.

5 stars6'7"308Ohio St.
#4Julio JonesWR
Foley, ALFoley

Sixteen of his 68 catches as a senior went for touchdowns.

5 stars6'4"215Alabama
#5Patrick JohnsonDB
Pompano Beach, FLBlanche Ely

Had five interceptions and 11 touchdowns on offense as a senior.

5 stars6'1"193LSU
#6Darrell ScottRB
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

Nation's top back rushed for 1,697 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars6'0"204Colorado
#7Marcus ForstonDT
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Dominant defensive lineman racked up 21 sacks as a senior.

5 stars6'2"286Miami (FL)
#8Baker SteinkuhlerOL
Lincoln, NELincoln Southwest

The first five-star player ever from the state of Nebraska.

5 stars6'6"290Nebraska
#9A.J. GreenWR
Summerville, SCSummerville

Accounted for 1,437 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars6'4"184Georgia
#10Will HillATH
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Two-way star was player of the year in Jersey as a junior.

5 stars6'3"203Florida
#11Matt KalilOL
Anaheim, CAServite

Kalil is a franchise left tackle that can't be beat on the pass rush.

5 stars6'7"281USC
#12Michael BrewsterOL
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Future Buckeye has talent to go along with a mean streak.

5 stars6'6"305Ohio St.
#13R.J. WashingtonDE
Keller, TXFossil Ridge

Washington racked up double-digit sacks during sophomore, junior and senior seasons.

5 stars6'3"245Oklahoma
#14Blaine GabbertQB
Ballwin, MOParkway West

Gabbert earned fifth star by dominating at the EA Sports Elite 11 Camp.

5 stars6'5"226Missouri
#15Tyron SmithOL
Moreno Valley, CARancho Verde

Smith is a two-time NIKE Camp MVP and an amazing right tackle prospect.

5 stars6'5"260USC
#16Nigel BradhamLB
Crawfordville, FLWakulla

Bradham dominated 3A football with 147 tackles as a senior.

5 stars6'2"230Florida St.
#17Omar HunterDT
Buford, GABuford

Could play nose in 3-4 or tackle in 4-3 defense.

5 stars6'1"295Florida
#18Matt PatchanOL
Seffner, FLArmwood

Father Matt played in the NFL and for the University of Miami.

5 stars6'7"265Florida
#19Jermie CalhounRB
Van, TXVan

Calhoun rushed for 1,910 yards and 30 scores as a senior.

5 stars6'0"210Oklahoma
#20Kyle RudolphTE
Cincinnati, OHElder

Rudolph should thrive in Notre Dame's offense. Had 10 touchdown grabs as a senior.

5 stars6'6"229Notre Dame
#21DeVier PoseyWR
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Posey's 10.7 speed in the 100 meters and his ability to catch everything thrown his way helps him earn his fifth star.

5 stars6'2"190Ohio St.
#22DeAndre BrownWR
Ocean Springs, MSOcean Springs

Tall, physical receiver had more than 700 yards receiving and 1,100 rushing yards as a senior.

5 stars6'6"208Southern Miss
#23Arthur BrownLB
Wichita, KSWichita East

Brown pounded opposing offenses for 151 tackles and 10 sacks in 2007.

5 stars6'1"210Miami (FL)
#24Richard SamuelATH
Cartersville, GACass

Samuel rushed for 1,429 yards and scored 24 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars6'0"197Georgia
#25Dayne CristQB
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame

Crist proved he is among the nation's best at the Elite 11.

5 stars6'5"228Notre Dame
#26Jonathan BaldwinWR
Aliquippa, PAAliquippa

Had nine touchdowns out of 41 catches as a senior.

5 stars6'6"233Pittsburgh
#27Michael FloydWR
St. Paul, MNCretin-Derham Hall

Floyd averaged 21.1 yards a catch and had 17 touchdowns as senior.

5 stars6'3"195Notre Dame
#28Burton ScottATH
Prichard, ALVigor

Had 1,000 yards passing and rushing as a senior.

5 stars5'11"194Alabama
#29Stephen GoodOL
Paris, TXParis

Missed most of his senior season with torn cartilage in his right shoulder.

5 stars6'6"300Oklahoma
#30Tyler LoveOL
Mountain Brook, ALMountain Brook

Alabama commit was all-league as a junior.

5 stars6'7"285Alabama
#31Blake AylesTE
Orange, CALutheran

Ayles is the nation's most well-rounded tight end. Averaged 14 yards a catch in 2006.

4 stars6'4"245USC
#32Ethan JohnsonDE
Portland, ORLincoln

Johnson is the top player in the Pacific Northwest, racked up 83 tackles and 10 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'4"266Notre Dame
#33Lamaar ThomasATH
Fort Washington, MDFriendly

Ran a 10.4 electronic 100 meters this summer.

4 stars5'11"181Ohio St.
#34Jerrell HarrisLB
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Ball-hawking outside linebacker had 140 tackles and 19 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'2"220Alabama
#35Alonzo LawrenceDB
Lucedale, MSGeorge County

Was one of the most dominating players at the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.

4 stars6'1"187Alabama
#36Aaron WilliamsDB
Round Rock, TXMcNeil

Top prospect in Central Texas; had 141 tackles in 2007.

4 stars6'1"175Texas
#37Trevor RobinsonOL
Omaha, NEElkhorn

Robinson is one of the nation's top interior linemen, but also had 50 tackles on defense as a senior.

4 stars6'6"304Notre Dame
#38Brandon HarrisDB
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Harris is a coach's son with track speed and has led his team to a high national ranking with his play in 2007.

4 stars5'10"174Miami (FL)
#39Lucas NixOL
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

Following his brother, Nate, to Pitt.

4 stars6'6"295Pittsburgh
#40Wes HortonDE
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame

Horton had 108 tackles and 12 sacks as a senior. Was also a member of the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'6"240USC
#41Darryl StonumWR
Sugar Land, TXDulles

All-state honoree with more than 1,000 yards receiving as a junior.

4 stars6'2"180Michigan
#42Armond ArmsteadDT
Elk Grove, CAPleasant Grove

Armstead, who also is an AAU basketball star, had 79 tackles as a junior and dominated at USC's summer camp on both sides of the ball.

4 stars6'4"287USC
#43E.J. ManuelQB
Virginia Beach, VABayside

Draws comparisons to other great Hampton Roads quarterbacks.

4 stars6'5"215Florida St.
#44Boubacar CissokoDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

Cissoko had 67 tackles, 10 tackles for loss and two interceptions in 2007.

4 stars5'8"171Michigan
#45DeAngelo TysonDT
Statesboro, GAStatesboro

All-state selection as a junior with six sacks.

4 stars6'2"276Georgia
#46Etienne SabinoLB
Miami, FLDr. Krop

Huge linebacker had 131 tackles last season; also has excellent speed.

4 stars6'3"222Ohio St.
#47Ryan WilliamsRB
Manassas, VAStonewall Jackson

Scored 21 touchdowns and averaged 9.4-yards-per-carry as a junior.

4 stars5'10"192Virginia Tech
#48D.J. MonroeDB
Angleton, TXAngleton

State 100-meter champ as a sophomore. Rushed for 1,200 yards and six interceptions his junior season.

4 stars5'9"165Texas
#49Dann O'NeillOL
Grand Haven, MI

O'Neill had a strong senior season, which included a solid week of performance at a national high school all-star game.

4 stars6'8"291Michigan
#50Jarvis HumphreyDT
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Humphrey was a major force for the 5A state champions in 2006. He recorded 67 tackles and six sacks.

4 stars6'2"290Texas
#51Janoris JenkinsDB
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Jenkins brings forth the total package with solid cover skills, lightning quick reflexes and a very physical corner that isn't afraid to mix things up at the line of scrimmage.

4 stars5'11"180Florida
#52Jameel OwensWR
Muskogee, OK

Owens, who plays both ways, averaged 18.3 yards a reception.

4 stars6'3"210Oklahoma
#53DeSean HalesRB
Klein, TXOak

Rushed, received and returned his way to more than 20 touchdowns as a junior.

4 stars5'10"165Texas
#54A.J. HarmonOL
Louisville, GAJefferson County

Averaged more than three pancakes per game as a junior.

4 stars6'4"308Georgia
#55Mark BarronATH
Mobile, ALSt. Paul's

Had more than 1,100 yards of total offense last year and also is an elite linebacker prospect.

4 stars6'2"202Alabama
#56Nick PerryDE
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Perry broke the state record with 36 sacks, along with 147 tackles for a perfect 14-0 team.

4 stars6'4"235USC
#57Kavario MiddletonDE
Lakewood, WALakes

Middleton could play also on defense, but is too much of a threat on offense. Had more than 400 yards receiving as a junior.

4 stars6'6"250Washington
#58Aldarius JohnsonWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Set a Dade County record for receptions and yardage as a junior.

4 stars6'2"200Miami (FL)
#59Mike GlennonQB
Centreville, VAWestfield

Impressed at the Elite 11, plus had threw 18 touchdowns with only five picks as a junior.

4 stars6'6"194N.C. State
#60Barrett JonesOL
Memphis, TNEvangelical Christian School

Dad played basketball at Alabama.

4 stars6'5"271Alabama
#61Ramon BuchananDB
Melbourne, FLPalm Bay

Huge summer pushed him to top 100 status.

4 stars6'0"181Miami (FL)
#62Lynn KatoaLB
Salt Lake City, UTCottonwood Senior

Katoa is a tackle machine, he had 109 stops and 13 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'2"220Colorado
#63Aaron HesterDB
Compton, CADominguez

Hester, a two-way threat, had 45 tackles, three interceptions and 550 yards receiving in 2006.

4 stars6'0"180UCLA
#64Garrett GoebelDT
Lombard, ILMontini

Goebel is also a nationally ranked heavyweight wrestler.

4 stars6'5"264Ohio St.
#65Marcus RobinsonLB
Homestead, FLHomestead

Registered 22 sacks and 34 tackles for a loss as a junior.

4 stars6'2"210Miami (FL)
#66Devoe TorrenceATH
Massillon, OHWashington

Played exclusively as a running back in 2007. Still has the ability to play on both sides of the ball in colleg.e

4 stars6'2"210list
#67Jordan FutchLB
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Had 82 tackles with nine sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'3"202Miami (FL)
#68Andrew LuckQB
Houston, TXStratford

Son of former NFL QB Oliver Luck; Had close to 3,000 yards passing and 27 touchdowns in 2006.

4 stars6'4"215Stanford
#69Joshua JarboeWR
Ellenwood, GACedar Grove

Jarboe has a body that is ready for the next level right now.

4 stars6'3"195Oklahoma
#70Chris TolliverWR
Rayville, LARayville

Louisiana's best showed big-play ability with 26 touchdowns last year.

4 stars6'1"180LSU
#71Rahim MooreDB
Los Angeles, CADorsey

Moore had 100 tackles and seven interceptions as a junior.

4 stars6'0"185UCLA
#72Jonas GrayRB
Detroit, MICountry Day

Gray earned MVP honors at the NIKE Camp and rushed for 1,252 yards and 19 scores as a junior.

4 stars5'10"213Notre Dame
#73Brendan BealLB
Bethlehem, PALiberty

Liberty transfer had 151 tackles as a junior.

4 stars6'4"235Florida
#74Ryan BakerLB
Blountstown, FLBlountstown

Undersized linebacker in the mold of Derrick Brooks recorded 8.5 sacks during his junior season.

4 stars6'0"206LSU
#75Jarmon FortsonATH
Columbus, GACarver

Forston had 55 catches for 991 yards and 13 touchdowns, leading his team to a state championship in his senior season.

4 stars6'3"220Florida St.
#76Jeff FullerWR
McKinney, TXBoyd

Fuller only had three touchdown grabs in 2006, but he did average 12 yards a catch.

4 stars6'4"202Texas A&M
#77Gerell RobinsonATH
Chandler, AZHamilton

Robinson, who most likely projects as a safety in college, had 72 tackles and eight interceptions in 2006.

4 stars6'4"210Arizona St.
#78Cyrus GrayRB
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Has played quarterback for his DeSoto team where he has showcased his great speed and change of direction.

4 stars6'0"188Texas A&M
#79Brice ButlerWR
Norcross, GANorcross

Butler had 1,186 yards receiving as a senior. He also had a strong performance at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'2"178USC
#80Corey LiugetDT
Hialeah, FLHialeah

Liuget had 59 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior. He also impressed with a solid week at a national high school all-star game.

4 stars6'3"260Illinois
#81Brandon BeachumLB
Youngstown, OHCardinal Mooney

Beachum had 1,500 yards rushing and 16 scores, but he also had 123 tackles as a junior.

4 stars5'11"216Penn St.
#82T.J. BryantDB
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Through the regular season, Bryant snagged four interceptions in limited opportunities.

4 stars6'1"175USC
#83William GreenLB
Hoover, ALSpain Park

Speed rusher could play defensive end or linebacker.

4 stars6'4"215Florida
#84Tommy StreeterWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Seven of Streeter's 24 catches through games in November have gone for touchdowns.

4 stars6'6"200Miami (FL)
#85Toby JacksonDE
Griffin, GAGriffin

Big-frame with an even bigger motor, Jackson had 12 tackles for a loss and more than 70 tackles in 2006.

4 stars6'4"244Georgia
#86Stacey McGeeDT
Muskogee, OK

A dominating interior player as both a junior and a sophomore. He had 91 tackles in 2005 and 87 as a junior and putting up big numbers in 2007.

4 stars6'5"255Oklahoma
#87J.B. ShugartsOL
Klein, TXKlein

All-Greater Houston selection as a junior; also plays tight end.

4 stars6'7"299Ohio St.
#88Tavarres KingWR
Mt. Airy, GAHabersham Central

Wiry speedster caught 14 touchdowns last season.

4 stars6'1"169Georgia
#89Darius FlemingLB
Chicago, ILSt. Rita

A tackle machine from the Windy City, Fleming had 105 tackles and 15 tackles for a loss in 2006.

4 stars6'3"230Notre Dame
#90Joseph IbiloyeDB
Garland, TXSouth Garland

Proved his game over the summer and during the early part of his senior season. In 2006 had 85 tackles and two interceptions.

4 stars6'2"195Oklahoma
#91Ryan BassRB
Corona, CACentennial

Bass is a touchdown machine. He had 36 scores on the ground as a junior and has put up mind-boggling numbers in 2007.

4 stars5'10"186Arizona St.
#92Brandon TaylorDB
Franklinton, LAFranklinton

Was a threat all over the field as both a junior and a senior, including more than 1,000 rushing over the past two seasons.

4 stars5'11"176LSU
#93Derrick HallATH
Beaumont, TXCentral

A true athlete that could project at a number of different spots, Hall had more than 500 yards rushing and 300 yards receiving in 2006.

4 stars5'10"201Texas A&M
#94De'Anthony CurtisRB
Camden, ARFairview

More than 2,000 all-purpose yards as a senior.

4 stars5'10"209Arkansas
#95Dan BucknerWR
Allen, TXAllen

Buckner dominated at the U.S. Army All-American Game, plus he had 1,012 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'4"209Texas
#96D.J. ShoemateATH
Anaheim, CAServite

Was used in a number of different roles as a senior, plus was a member of the U.S. Army All-America Game West squad.

4 stars6'0"219USC
#97Uona KaviengaLB
Los Angeles, CALeuzinger

Kavienga racked up a staggering 147 tackles and 28 tackles for a loss as a senior. He also impressed with a solid week at a national high school all-star game.

4 stars6'0"226USC
#98Bryce GivensOL
Denver, COMullen

Givens blew up at the Boulder NIKE Training Camp, but he also earned first-team all-conference honors as a junior in 2006.

4 stars6'6"257Colorado
#99Kemonte BatemanWR
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

The most explosive offensive playmaker in the Los Angeles City Section.

4 stars6'0"176Arizona St.
#100Nick MoodyLB
Philadelphia, PARoman Catholic

Moody moves to the linebacker rankings, where he could be a great one at Florida State. Had 67 tackles and three sacks in 2006.

4 stars6'1"218Florida St.