The top player in Nebraska is also one of the nation's top receiver prospects. Paul, who's got talented bloodlines, being the cousin of Green Bay Packer running back Ahman Green, can do a lot with the ball in his hands. Showing great size and good speed, Paul is the type of breakaway inside receiver that schools offer early in the recruiting process. He was a state track champion as just a sophomore and his coach says that he's one of the best players he's seen when he touches the football. Originally from Virginia, he moved to Omaha for his sophomore year of high school. Since being at Omaha North, he's been the leading scorer on the basketball team as well. Paul is ranked as the nation's No. 6 wide receiver prospect and No. 41 regardless of position in the country.
A true dual-threat, Bates should be a perfect fit for Iowa State's offense.
|3 stars||6'2"||189||Iowa St.|
Omaha, NECentral High School
One of the nation's top center prospects.
|3 stars||6'2"||300||Miami (FL)|
The first player west of Omaha and Lincoln to receive a Bill Callahan scholarship offer.
Has one of the strongest legs in the country and he's also a great all-around athlete, capturing the state 800-meter title.
|3 stars||6'1"||170||Kansas St.|
Took home MVP honors of the Oregon NIKE Camp and is the first player from Kearney to get a D-I offer in over 30 years.
Grand Island, NE
Another good one for Colorado State.
|2 stars||6'2"||260||Colorado St.|
Plays with a high motor and he may be Class B's top overall player.
FIU may have found a diamond in the rough.
|2 stars||6'4"||195||Florida Intl.|
Colorado State gets a good sleeper.
|2 stars||6'6"||245||Colorado St.|