Nashville, TNBrentwood Academy
One of the country's most gifted athletes, Ramsey saw his stock explode during the summer, climbing all the way up to the nation's No.11 overall prospect. Now ranking 15th, he's the highest rated in the state as a future lockdown corner. Ramsey finished his senior year with 43 tackles and 3 interceptions. Ramsey committed to USC in the summer but he's still considering several other programs including Alabama, Florida, Oregon, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Washington.
|5 stars||6'0"||190||Florida St.|
Elder's one of the nation's most exciting players, ranking 153rd overall in the Rivals250. The two-way star finished his career recently with 6,351 rushing yards and 84 touchdowns. He also ranked as one of the state's top defensive backs as well as one of its best basketball prospects. Elder has received attention from all over the country and appears to be considering offers from Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Ole Miss, UCLA and Vanderbilt. He led Ensworth to three straight state championships and was named Mr. Football in 2011 and 2012.
|4 stars||5'11"||170||Miami (FL)|
Reeves-Maybin is gifted athlete that could project to as many as six positions on the next level. The Rivals250 prospect has been sensational on both sides of the ball as a two-time all-state pick. Reeves-Maybin committed to Tennessee in the summer after a recruitment that included over a dozen BCS offers.
Stockstill may be the best pure QB in the state. The son of MTSU head coach Rick Stockstill, Brent passed for 3,828 yards and 43 touchdowns as a two-year starter. He also accounted for 17 rushing touchdowns. Smart, accurate and tough, Stockstill led Siegel to the Class 6A semifinals, nearly pulling off an upset of Maryville. Texas Tech, Toledo and Western Michigan offered during the summer while several other ACC, Big East and SEC schools have shown attention this fall. He may be a late steal for a program this January.
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy
One of top rated QB's in the southeast, Staver passed for 3,819 yards and 36 touchdowns against just 10 interceptions the last two years. Blessed with a strong arm, Staver committed to Florida during the summer after receiving offers from other schools such as Louisville and Miss. State. He recently played in the East-West TN All-Star game.
Martin has been one of Rutherford County's most exciting offensive players during the last two seasons. He all-state honors as a safety as a junior and put together a all-around senior season. MTSU, Chattanooga and Murray have offered while Cincinnati and several MAC schools have also been involved. He'd be a steal for a CUSA or Sun Belt program.
Summers is one of the state's most active and promising defensive linemen. The Yellow Jacket standout was a first team all-state pick in 2011 and put together several impressive camp performances last off-season. His high-motor and 100 MPH style make him very disruptive. TSU has offered, while several other FBS programs have been interested. He may elect to attend a junior college next year in order to build up his stock even more.
Shelbyville, TNShelbyville Central
One of Tennessee's most underrated all-around players, Morton committed to MTSU in June. The versatile athlete has rushed for over 2,400 yards the past two years and may be an even better defensive prospect. Several Big Ten schools have show interest this fall including Purdue and Minnesota. Some in the SEC have also shown some interest since the beginning of his senior season.
|2 stars||5'10"||195||Murray St.|
Hooten is a big, athletic offensive line prospect who's received attention from various BCS programs this fall. He's visited Louisville, USF and Vanderbilt, and could be on the short list for a potential offer from the Cardinals in January. Many smaller FBS programs are also looking at Hooten.
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy
Wade is one of the state's most underrated players. The two-way player rushed for 2,363 yards and 35 touchdowns over his final two seasons for the Eagles. He also posted nearly 100 tackles as a defensive back. Several programs including Cincinnati, Louisville, Mississippi State and Ole Miss. He would be a steal for a Conference USA or Sun Belt program.
Madison, TNGoodpasture Christian School
Vivio has been one of the mid-state's better offensive linemen the last three years. The tall and athletic blocker has received interest from many programs including Vanderbilt, MTSU, Ohio State, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Tennessee Tech and several others. He may be a guy to watch before NSD.
|2 stars||6'5"||263||Murray St.|
Nashville, TNChrist Presbyterian Academy
Mitchell is one of the state's top quarterbacks and finished his senior year with 2,117 yards and 28 touchdowns while throwing just 7 interceptions. More importantly, Mitchell led the Lions to a 25-3 record in 2 years as a starter. Mitchell committed to Samford during the summer after receiving attention from several FBS programs.
Woodruff was the Rutherford County Offensive MVP after another strong year with the Warriors. He accounted for over 4,300 yards of total offense during the last two years while at QB. He's also considered one of the better safety prospects in the state and has received attention from the ACC, Big East, SEC and other FBS programs.
Nashville, TNFather Ryan
Graham is a standout two-way player that projects as both a safety and possible receiver. At 6-2, he has the length and athleticism to make many plays in space. He posted 900 yards of total offense and 30 tackles on defense for the Irish this season. Graham committed to play basketball at TSU in October after receiving attention from many FBS schools for football.
Hall is the second best prospect out of Clarksville this year. The two-way player was a standout this summer and continued that play with a strong senior season on both offense and defense. He recently played in the East-West TN All-Star game. Hall committed to UT Martin in the fall, but has still grabbed the attention of FBS schools.
|2 stars||5'10"||180||Tennessee Tech|