Print Ranking Index

2014 Prospect Ranking

HuskerOnline Postseason 2014 Nebraska Top 20

View Results on Map »Last updated on 1/13/14
Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Harrison PhillipsDE
Omaha, NEMillard West

Phillips was named the Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Nebraska and for good reason. The 6-foot-4, 260-pound Stanford commit was nearly unblockable on defense. He finished his senior season off with 110 tackles, 26 TFL, 14.5 sacks, and 11 forced fumbles. Phillips was named captain of the 2014 Super-State team.

3 stars6'4"259Stanford
#2D.J. FosterOL
Lincoln, NESoutheast

Foster has been performing at a high level for Lincoln Southeast since his sophomore season. The Nebraska commit closed out his senior season by earning Super-State honors and performing extremely well against top competition at the Semper-Fidelis All-American game.

3 stars6'3"312Nebraska
#3Luke GiffordATH
Lincoln, NESoutheast

Gifford continued to be the quarterback of Southwest’s defense again this year, but the hard hitting safety also took over the reins as the Knights’ leader on offense as well.

3 stars6'3"198Nebraska
#4Mick StoltenbergOL
Gretna, NEGretna

Stoltenberg blew up on the scene last spring as one of the top defensive linemen at the St. Louis Rivals Camp. He proved to be worthy of a Nebraska offer at the Big Red Football School last summer as he showed well as a defensive end, tight end, and offensive lineman. Although hampered by injury his senior year, Stoltenberg’s future is bright.

3 stars6'5"250Nebraska
#5Easton StickQB
Omaha, NECreighton Prep

Stick leaves Prep as one of their all-time great quarterbacks. The Super-State selection has Division I offers, but looks to be heading to play at North Dakota State.

2 stars6'2"202N. Dak. St.
#6Trey CarrDB
Omaha, NEBurke

There may not have been a better all-around athlete in the state over the past two years than Carr. The South Dakota State commit proved he can play corner at a high level, but he has also shined as a receiver, wildcat quarterback, and as a returned for the Bulldogs.

3 stars5'10"168S. Dakota St.
#7Ross DrwalDB
Omaha, NEMillard West

Drwal is one of the more versatile athletes in the Omaha Metro area. He was a dangerous threat to throw or run as the quarterback for Millard West over the past couple of seasons. The Yale commit can also catch the ball as play some defense as well as getting things done in the classroom.

2 stars6'1"195Yale
#8R.J. UrzendowskiWR
Omaha, NECreighton Prep

North Dakota State is getting an extremely polished receiver in Urzendowski. He helped lead a potent Creighton Prep offense over the last few years and may have the best hands in the state.

2 stars6'0"184N. Dak. St.
#9Clay FisherDB
Omaha, NEMillard North

Fisher proudly carried on the long tradition of standout Millard North quarterbacks. Fisher battled some injuries this season for the Mustangs and proved his just as tough as he is athletic.

6'2"204South Dakota
#10Jalen AllisonDB
Papillion, NEPapillion Lavista

Allison came out of nowhere over the last year and has proven to be one of the better athletes in the state. The North Dakota State commit can excel at playing receiver or corner at the next level.

6'0"160N. Dak. St.
#11Isaac WallaceRB
Ralston, NERalston

Wallace emerged as a big time playmaker for Ralston this year. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound South Dakota State commit finished his senior season with 278 carries for 2,549 yards which was the second highest rushing total in the state regardless of classification. His efforts helped lead the Rams to a 9-2 overall record. The All-Nebraska first team selection also excels in the classroom where he has a 3.98 GPA.

6'1"200S. Dakota St.
#12Makiah SladeDB
Lincoln, NENortheast

Slade was the go to playmaker on this Northeast team this past fall. Even though teams keyed in on the South Dakota State commit he still found a way to make things happen with his size and speed.

6'0"196S. Dakota St.
#13Logan PowerQB
Lincoln, NELincoln Christian

It’s not every day that you see a quarterback with the arm talent that Power has also have the athleticism to make All-State as a defensive end. Power is a three sport star and should get an opportunity to play at the next level.

#14Jake PaulsenATH
Cozad, NECozad

Paulsen put together on of the better seasons in Class C-1 history this past year which was capped off by a state championship. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound running back used his speed and moves to help him gain 2,534 yards and 29 touchdowns on only 243 carries. He has great hands as well hauling in eight receptions for 239 yards and four touchdowns. Paulsen also excels on the track and baseball field for the Haymakers.

#15Skyler MonaghanWR
Omaha, NEMillard West

Monaghan played another key roll on one of the top teams in the state of Nebraska this past fall. He leaves Millard West holding all kinds of records and he always seemed to show up big in big games.

#16Nick McEwinLB
Elkhorn, NEElkhorn South

The 6-foot-1, 229-pound McEwin proved to be one of the best true middle linebackers in the state. He finished his senior season fifth in the state in total tackles with 155 which earned him first team All-State honors. McEwin is a great combination of size, athletic ability, and smarts. He boasts a perfect 4.0 GPA and is the reigning state power lifting champion.

#17Austin RoseRB
Lincoln, NENorth Star

Rose was slowed to injury this past season, but has proven when healthy not too many others can stop him. He has a rare blend of power, vision, and hands that make him very dangerous

2 stars6'0"219list
#18Brad BrazealQB
Bellevue, NEWest

Brazeal put together one of the more impressive seasons for a quarterback in the state of Nebraska this past fall. He was aided by having some great receivers, but what he was able to accomplish in the first year of a new system was simply amazing.

#19Rodney WilliamsDB
Omaha, NEBurke

Williams was one of the more unheralded players in the state of Nebraska this year, but every time you watched Burke he came up big. He has the ability to play multiple positions with his blend of strength and speed.

#20Cole ConradOL
Fremont, NEArchbishop Bergan

The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Conrad is a bit of an unknown, but the two-way standout proved to be one of the better linemen in the state as a senior. Conrad has the size and potential that college coaches look for and that can dominate on the Class C-2 level. He helped lead Bergan Catholic to an 8-2 record and capped of his high school career.


HuskerOnline Postseason 2014 Nebraska Top 20

View all resulst on map »