Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt
World-class athlete racked up more than 3,000 all-purpose yards as a senior.
|5 stars||6'0"||189||Penn St.|
Has great height and speed and was unstoppable in Army All-American bowl practice.
This strong, agile and smart blocker is the class of this year's offensive tackles.
His size and strength are unrivaled by anybody at his position.
He's tough, aggressive, has impressive speed and carries through every tackle.
An impact player on the outside with great size and 4.4 speed.
|5 stars||6'4"||190||Florida St.|
Mission Viejo, CA
The nationâ€™s best quarterback shows poise, leadership and command of an offense.
Tall and physical with the ability to split out like a receiver.
|5 stars||6'7"||237||Texas A&M|
Houston, TXBooker T. Washington
His footwork is unmatched, and when he wants to get nasty, heâ€™ll make you eat turf.
|5 stars||6'5"||280||Miami (FL)|
At the Army All-American Bowl, Stewart showed why he will be special in college.
Impossible to move off the line and can get from sideline to sideline.
Miami, FLCarol City
Has the ability to cover people in man-to-man situations and is deadly against the run.
|5 stars||6'2"||195||Miami (FL)|
North Hollywood, CA
Can take what looks like a loss and explode for a long touchdown scamper.
Bryn Mawr, PAHarriton
When his motor is running, there isnâ€™t a better defensive tackle in the nation.
|5 stars||6'2"||315||Florida St.|
Long Island, NYNorth Babylon
Speedy, tough back was offensive MVP for the East team at Army All-American bowl
|5 stars||6'0"||234||West Virginia|
Reserve, LAEast St. John
Likely has the nationâ€™s strongest arm and has improved his decision-making.
He has the speed, quickness and ability to make plays all over the field.
Long Beach, CAPoly
The star of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl with big plays on long bombs.
He has the speed, size and great hips that you want in your impact cornerbacks.
|5 stars||6'0"||183||Penn St.|
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward
Big, physical lineman was solid for the East at the Army All-American bowl.
|5 stars||6'8"||296||Ohio St.|
Talks plenty of smack on the field, but he's good enough to back it up.
East Grand Rapids, MI
Grady's nice burst of speed often is overlooked because of his great power.
Little Rock, AROak Grove
A strong runner that has silky smooth moves and the ability to cut on a dime.
Waynesboro, MSWayne County
When heâ€™s focused on football, there arenâ€™t very many players in the nation better.
Smith has one of the most impressive lower bodies of any running back.
|5 stars||5'8"||181||Florida St.|
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman
Reynolds not only is built like a body builder, heâ€™s extremely fast.
His footwork and technique are not matched by anybody in the nation.
Highland Springs, VA
Virginia's top player could play on either side of the ball in college.
|5 stars||6'0"||185||Virginia Tech|
He already looks like a junior in college and absolutely dominated at the Shrine Bowl.
Winston Salem, NCMt. Tabor
After seeing him twice in person, it is clear that heâ€™s one of the nationâ€™s elite players.
|4 stars||6'0"||220||Florida St.|
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus
He looked much more natural at safety at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
|4 stars||6'1"||190||Ohio St.|
Brown will be one of the top linebackers in the nation at the next level.
Red Bank, NJ
Weston moves extremely well and comes off the ball fast for a guy his size.
Rivaled Patrick Turner as having the best week of work at the Army All-American Bowl.
Batesville, MSSouth Panola
Pegues was the only player to shut down Patrick Turner at the Army All-American Bowl.
|4 stars||5'10"||183||Mississippi St.|
A tremendous burst to the ball will make Hayes a big-time player in college.
|4 stars||6'2"||206||Florida St.|
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic
He can be an impact player on the next level on offense or defense.
Washington, DCSt. John's College High
Ripped up U.S. Army All-American bowl practices, as well as opposing ball carriers.
A tough, straight-line runner who should be a great fit for N.C. State.
|4 stars||5'10"||218||N.C. State|
Warner Robins, GAHouston County
The explosive Moore is one of the most devastating pass rushers in the nation.
A pancake king, he gets his whole frame going against smaller defensive linemen.
|4 stars||6'5"||338||Florida St.|
Has the ability to turn his jets from zero to afterburner in the blink of an eye.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Spicer reminds people of Dwight Freeney, an undersized pass rusher with a great motor.
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw
Originally from Russia, he can take over a game at offensive tackle when he decides to.
Mario dominated JaMario Oâ€™Neal in a one-on-one match-up during a game this season.
Covina, CACharter Oak
One of the more dominating defensive backs in California his junior and senior seasons.
Has a great frame and the ability to make big plays at big times.
Memphis, TNBriarcrest Christian
An aggressive run blocker, which should make him a success in the SEC for Ole Miss.
Bass is a monster prospect at receiver, defensive back or a number of other spots.
Devastating when he pulls and heads up field to block.
When you get offers from Miami and Nebraska and you live in Oregon, youâ€™re special.
Moeaki is big, strong and physical in running situations and runs great routes.
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic
Once he refines his game, he has a shot at being something special in college.
One of the more athletic offensive tackles in the nation, plain and simple.
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore
Farr is an amazing blocker in the running game and has a great attitude.
|4 stars||6'6"||235||Miami (FL)|
Oak Creek, WI
Had an impressive week of work at the U.S Army All-American Bowl.
Port Arthur, TXMcAllen Memorial
Had a monster senior season after missing the first few games because of an injury.
When heâ€™s healthy heâ€™s an overpowering force who can take over a game.
Miami, FLCarol City
Great athlete with a shot put throw of more than 60 feet and a discus throw of 165.
Waynesville, NCTuscola Senior
Great size, a solid arm, ability to put the ball in the right spot and a quick release.
New Orleans, LASt. Augustine
Heâ€™s explosive off the ball and his first step is one of the best in the Southeast.
A heat-seeking missile at linebacker and the top player in Oklahoma.
Fayetteville, NCE. E. Smith
One of the most aggressive, physical and strongest prospects in the nation.
|4 stars||6'6"||322||N.C. State|
Edmond, OKSanta Fe
Has the size, speed, hips and coverage ability to be a shutdown cover corner.
Folkston, GACharlton County
Has a great ability to get his hands up in the air to bat down passes.
|4 stars||6'5"||240||Florida St.|
Rock Hill, SCNorthwestern
A monster senior season and stellar Shrine Bowl week make Robinson an elite prospect.
|4 stars||6'2"||185||Florida St.|
North Augusta, SC
Size and speed give Byrd the ability to make big plays all over the field.
A gamebreaker at receiver, heâ€™s tall, strong and fast.
An amazing athlete, Melton projects at a number of different positions â€“ even running back.
Oxnard, CARio Mesa
Showed a great nose for the football at the Army All-American Bowl.
A true all-purpose back, he can outrun you, run over you and catch the ball.
Fort Wayne, INHarding
Headed to Purdue, Lymon might be the most underrated receiver in the nation.
Upchurch racked up more than 2,500 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior.
Sulphur Springs, TX
Reminds some of former Oklahoma safety standout Roy Williams, high praise indeed.
Jacksonville, FLEd White
Super cover man out of Jacksonville will be a good one for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Had a great senior year for one of the most storied programs in high school football.
Tall, rangy wideout is deadly on slip screens and has deceptive speed.
Brown plays like a linebacker with his sideline-to-sideline pursuit of the football.
|4 stars||6'4"||238||Florida St.|
Top center had a solid weel at the Army All-American bowl for the West.
Athol Springs, NYSt. Francis
Worthington has an amazing frame and an even better motor.
|4 stars||6'7"||256||Ohio St.|
Killeen, TXHarker Heights
Battled Roy Miller and took him to task during a prep game this season.
|4 stars||6'5"||290||Texas A&M|
Harris was listed as the top defensive end on one major national powerâ€™s board.
|4 stars||6'4"||230||Miami (FL)|
Made a name for himself this summer at both Michigan and Miamiâ€™s summer camps.
Daytona Beach, FLMainland
A strong showing at the CaliFlorida Bowl further proved that Atkins was an elite corner.
With his athleticism, itâ€™s easy to see why many teams were fighting for his commitment.
College Park, GABanneker
Emerged on the national scene when he blew up at the Atlanta NIKE Training Camp.
|4 stars||5'11"||165||South Carolina|
Napes, Fla., coach Bill Kramer says Adkins is strong, smart and a hard worker.
|4 stars||6'0"||228||Miami (FL)|
Blessed with great speed, his upside may be better than any receiver in the nation.
|4 stars||6'0"||178||South Carolina|
Has a strong ability to read defenses and is a great leader.
Skokie, ILNiles West
One of the best running backs to come out of Illinois in the last 10 years.
Stevenson, ALNorth Jackson
A transfer kept him off the field as a senior, but he's still an elite prospect.
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian
Has the ability to star at running back or anywhere in the secondary in college.
Virginia Beach, VALandstown
Has an ability to always be near the football with his good speed
|4 stars||6'0"||221||Virginia Tech|
Has the size and the frame to project either as a safety or an outside linebacker.
When heâ€™s chasing down the quarterback, he is relentless.
|4 stars||6'3"||229||Texas A&M|
Powerful with a bench press of more than 400 pounds and a squat of 625.
At least five SEC recruiting coordinators had Bailey at the top of their fullback wish list.
When his motor is running, there might not be a better tackle in the country.
Hope Mills, NCSouth View
A smart tight end who could also excel as an offensive tackle on the next level.
|4 stars||6'4"||251||South Carolina|
New Bern, NC
Many love him at running back, but he could also be an All-American safety.