The Opening 2013 – The Official Roster

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The Opening

The Opening is coming up fast and the roster has been finalized.

Here’s the alphabetical list of the outstanding football players from across the country who will participate in this year’s The Opening, which will feature the nation’s 162 elite prospects participating in linemen, 7-on-7 and SPARQ testing competitions…

Check out how all 6 teams stack up here. Athletes are listed in alphabetical order.

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Player Info
Team
DB Jamal Adams (@ThaJudgeKO), 6-0, 198
Carrollton (Texas) Hebron

Adams picked off five passes as a junior and collected 80 tackles from his safety spot. A dangerous return man as well, he is ranked as the No. 12 player in the Class of 2014 by Scout.com. He will be a four year varsity starter and has college offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Florida, Florida State, Iowa, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Matthew Adams (@all_in_adams), 5-11.5, 205
Missouri City (Texas) Hightower

Adams was a 23-5A All-District selection in 2012 and impressed at the Dallas NFTC where he recorded a 90.18 SPARQ Rating and was one of the top linebackers throughout the event. He has committed to Houston over offers from Boise State, Southern Methodist and Tulsa.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Kavin Alexander (@kavinnManee), 5-8.5, 180
North Little Rock, Ark.

Alexander has been on the national radar since he recorded the highest SPARQ Rating at the 2012 Dallas NFTC with a 129.24. At this year's camp he opened eyes with a 148.17 rating, the second highest ever recorded. He has the ability to play corner or safety and had two INTs as a junior with 43 tackles and a blocked punt. Alexander currently has no offers, but expect that to change soon. His early favorites include Arkansas, where his cousin Darren McFadden played, as well as Alabama, Georgia Tech, LSU and Oklahoma State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Terrence Alexander (@Terrence_9), 5-9.5, 175
River Ridge (La.) John Curtis

Alexander showcased his athletic ability at the Memphis NFTC when he ran a 4.45 in the 40, jumped 35.8 inches in the vertical and recorded a 105.54 SPARQ Rating. As a junior he had four INTs and 17 pass break ups. He has over 20 offers including Arizona, Arkansas, ASU, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Houston, Indiana, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ole Miss, Stanford, Tennessee, Tulane, Vanderbilt and Washington State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Joey Alfieri (@jalfieri4), 6-2, 215
Portland (Ore.) Jesuit

Alfieri is rated as the top prospect in Oregon by 247 Sports after a season that saw him earn All-Metro League honors on both sides of the ball as a fullback and linebacker. He earned MVP Honors at the Oakland NFTC after what linebacker coach Chris Gizzi called "the most impressive performance for a linebacker this year." Alfieri has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cal, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and Washington State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Brian Allen (@bcallen65), 6-1, 285
Hinsdale (Ill.) Central

Allen was heavily recruited by Big Ten schools with offers from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Purdue and Wisconsin before he committed to play with his older brother at Michigan State. He is rated as the No. 3 center and No. 268 overall prospect in the Class of 2014 by ESPN. A state champion wrestler who showed good athleticism at the Chicago NFTC, he was All-Area last year on the gridiron and is a standout in the classroom with a 3.9 GPA.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Kyle Allen (@kyleallen_10), 6-3, 195
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain

Allen is rated as the No. 1 quarterback and No. 21 overall prospect in the 2014 class by Scout.com. He passed for 3,119 yards and 36 TDs as a junior with only seven interceptions. He earned his Golden Ticket after dominating the Chicago Elite 11 Regional and was offered by over 20 schools before committing to Texas A&M in June.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Bryson Allen-Williams (@WatchOut4_11), 6-0.5, 220
Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove

Williams was a Class AAA All-State pick after recording 99 tackles (22 for loss) with 16 sacks as a junior. Ranked as the 162nd best prospect in the Class of 2014 by 247 Sports, he had over two dozen offers before committing to South Carolina.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS

DB Budda Baker (@buddabaker32), 5-9, 175
Bellevue, Wash.

Baker is rated by 247 Sports as the No. 64 overall prospect in the Class of 2014 and was a Swiss army knife for Bellevue last season. Considered by most as the top recruit in Washington, he earned Class 3A All-State honors after recording 81 tackles and picking off six passes (returning two for TDs). On offense he averaged 16 yards per carry and 26 yards per catch with a total of 19 scores. He's been offered by all of the Pac 12 except Stanford as well as Boise State and Notre Dame with Oregon, UCLA and Washington being early favorites.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Drew Barker (@D_Barker7), 6-3.5, 210
Hebron (Ky.) Conner

Barker is rated as the No. 5 quarterback and No. 117 overall prospect in the 2014 class by Rivals.com. As a junior, he passed for over 2,000 yards with 22 TDs and seven interceptions. The Columbus NFTC QB MVP will play instate for Kentucky; other offers included Cincinnati, Illinois, Louisville, North Carolina, Purdue, South Carolina, Tennessee and Western Kentucky.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DE Derek Barnett (@dbarnett25), 6-2.5, 270
Brentwood (Tenn.) Brentwood Academy

Barnett was the Tennessee's "Mr. Football" after recording 52 tackles (14 for losses) and six sacks as a junior. He is also a standout tight end for Brentwood Academy. The No. 298 prospect in the ESPN 300 has offers from Ohio State, Florida State, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Dillon Bates (@dillonbates), 6-3, 215
Ponte Vedra, Fla.

Bates comes from a football family as his father, Bill Bates, played for the Dallas Cowboys and two older brothers are currently at Wake Forest and Northwestern. He will be a three year starter and was a Class 5A All-State pick last year after recording 104 tackles. Bates was invited after a 109.05 SPARQ Rating at the Atlanta NFSC. His college offers include Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio St, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Kyle Berger (@k_bergs), 6-1.5, 220
Cleveland (Ohio) St. Ignatius

Berger had 39 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks as a junior to earn Div. I All-State honors. The Ohio State commit is ranked at the No. 47 prospect in 2014 by Scout.com and had scholarship offers from other Big 10 programs such as Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern and Penn State as well as Alabama, Arkansas,Tennessee, UCLA and West Virginia in part because of his 4.0 GPA. He was the linebacker MVP in a strong group at the Columbus NFTC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Braxton Berrios (@HNYNUT_BERRIOS), 5-9, 180
Raleigh (N.C.) Leesville Road

Berrios is a multi-threat on the football field. In 2012, he was a dangerous receiver before taking over at quarterback for the final two regular season games and the playoffs. He completed the season with 389 passing yards, 1,260 rushing yards and 23 scores and 740 receiving yards and 10 TDs. Berrios has offers from a dozen programs including Clemson, East Carolina, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Chase Blakley (@chase_blake208), 6-4.5, 247, Coeur d'Alene (Idaho)
The Washington commit was the lead dog in a talented group of tight ends at the Oregon NFTC. A smooth athlete with good size, Blakley is a force both in the passing and running game and should continue the string of great tight ends for the Huskies.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Quin Blanding (@TakeOver_7), 6-2, 205
Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside

Rated as the No. 4 player in the country by Rivals.com, Blanding made 111 tackles with five INTs to earn The Beach District Defensive Player of the Year. He also had 1,035 yards at wide receiver with six TDs to lead the Eastern Region in receiving. Blanding will stay instate to play at the next level as he committed to Virginia over offers from Florida State, Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Jeb Blazevich (@JebBlazevich), 6-4.5, 230
Charlotte (N.C.) Christian

The No. 94 prospect in the ESPN 300, Blazevich was a 3A All-State pick in 2012 when he caught 30 passes for 379 yards and five scores. He comes from a family of football talent: his grandfather, Ed Tate Parker, played at Ole Miss and his father, Jim Blazevich, played at Northwestern. The latest in the line of athletes was offered by 20 schools before choosing Georgia over other programs such as Ohio State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame and Alabama.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS

QB David Blough (@David_Blough10), 6-0.5, 185
Carrollton (Texas) Creekview

Blough became the fifth invitee to the Elite 11 and 69th to The Opening when New Orleans Saints QB and fellow Texas native Drew Brees announced the selection via Twitter on May 6. The senior-to-be was All-District 10-4A last season after throwing for 1,777 yards and 17 TDs with only three picks. An outstanding student with a 3.9 GPA and 1130 SAT, he shined throughout the Elite 11 Regional in Chicago. Blough decided to follow in Brees' college football footsteps when he committed to Purdue in June.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB John Bonney (@JBonney_4), 6-0, 185
Houston (Texas) Lamar

Bonney is rated by Scout.com as the No. 174 prospect in the country and has 30 offers including Auburn, Baylor, Cal, Cincinnati, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Houston, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Michigan State, Nebraska, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Stanford, TCU, Texas, UCLA and Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Dante Booker (@D_Book47), 6-3, 210
Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary

Booker earned several honors as a junior including MaxPreps All-American, Army All-American, All-State and Div. III Defensive Player of the Year. Rated as the No. 89 player in the '14 class by 247 Sports, he will stay within his home state borders to play for Ohio State. Other offers included Indiana, Illinois, Louisville, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State and Tennessee.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Jacob Bragg (@bigtexasjake), 6-3.5, 310
Nacogdoches, Texas

Bragg opened eyes with his OL MVP performance at the stacked Dallas NFTC. A good athlete, he laid down a 97.71 SPARQ Rating at the Dallas Nike Combine the day before when he ran a 5.42 in the 40, a 4.83 shuttle, a 27.7 vertical jump, and 41.5 power ball toss while measuring in at 6-3.5, 310 pounds. Rated as the No. 2 center in the nation by ESPN, he committed to Kansas over offers from Oregon State and Louisiana Tech.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Justin Brent (@JustinBrent23), 6-1, 190
Speedway, Ind.

Brent caught 54 balls for 992 yards and 13 TDs last season and is rated by 247 Sports as the No. 122 player nationally. Also an outstanding basketball prospect, he has committed to Notre Dame and was one of the top overall players at the Columbus NFTC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DT Andrew Brown (@DrizoBeats), 6-4, 290
Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith

Brown is rated as the No. 1 defensive tackle and No. 3 overall player by ESPN n the Class of 2014. He turned in one of the most impressive NFTC performances for a defensive linemen this year and will pick between Virginia, Virginia Tech, Alabama, Clemson and Florida State before getting on his plane to The Opening.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Erik Brown, 6-0.5, 170
Fontana (Calif.) Summit

Brown has used several strong performances at passing tournaments and camps--including the Oakland NFTC--to elevate as his stock as one of the top receivers in the country. He is rated by Rivals.com as the No. 16 receiver nationally and No. 111 prospect overall and has offers from more than a dozen programs including Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Tony Brown (@JustDoit_TB), 6-0, 190
Beaumont (Texas) Ozen

Brown is rated as the top cornerback and No.5 overall prospect by Scout.com. He was a Class 4A honorable mention All-State selection as a junior and has college offers from Alabama, Illinois, LSU, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas, Texas A&M and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Charles Buchannon, 5-9, 185
Pleasant Grove, Ala.

Buchanon put up one of the top SPARQ Ratings of the year with a 132.21 at the Atlanta NFTC and included a 4.56 in the 40, a 4.15 shuttle time, a 41 foot power ball throw and an eye-opening 42 inch vertical. He put that athleticism to use on the field as well, rushing for 1,335 yards and 18 total yards as a junior.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Ian Bunting (@BuntingIan), 6-6, 215
Hinsdale (Ill.) Central

Bunting is rated as the No. 5 tight end in the country and No. 115 overall prospect by ESPN. He's athletic enough to play receiver, but will grow into a dynamic tight end at the next level. An outstanding student as well, he has committed to Michigan over offers from Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Purdue, USC and Vanderbilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB D.J. Calhoun (@DJ_Calhoun), 5-11.5, 200
El Cerrito, Calif.

Calhoun is rated as the No. 7 outside linebacker and No, 141 overall player in the 2014 class by Rivals.com. He recorded 170 tackles with four fumble recoveries and also had nine touchdowns on offense to earn Defensive MVP honors in the TCAL-Rock Division. He has close to 20 offers including Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Miami (Fla.), Nebraska, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, UCLA and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR George Campbell (@GeorgeCampbell0), 6-3.5, 185 (Class of '15)
Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake

Campbell is a two-way threat, catching 30 passes for 770 yards and nine offensive scores while recording 56 tackles on defense as a sophomore. He showed his size and athletic ability at the Orlando NFTC where he ran a 4.48 in the 40, a 4.22 shuttle, a 37.1 inch vertical and a 34 foot power ball throw to earn a 106.86 SPARQ Rating. He already has 15 offers from national programs like Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State.
SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS
ATH Parris Campbell (@PCampbell21), 6-0, 180
Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary

The No. 40 overall player according to Scout.com impressed at the Massillon Nike Football SPARQ Combine in February when he ran a 4.47 in the 40 and recorded a 38.9 vertical jump. He came back out to the Columbus NFTC where he stood out at the wide receiver position and earned his Opening invite. He committed to Ohio State over offers from Indiana, Michigan State and Tennessee.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR K.D. Cannon (@IAmKDCannon), 5-11.5, 160
Mount Pleasant, Texas

Cannon was a Class 4A All-State selection after catching 104 passes for 1,592 yards and 26 TDs in 2012. He's rated as the No. 38 player in the country by Scout.com and has offers from Baylor, Clemson, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB K.J. Carta-Samuels (@KJCS14), 6-1.5, 220
San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep

Carta-Samuels was invited to the Elite 11 and The Opening after a strong performance at the Bay Area Nike Football Training Camp and Elite 11 Regional. He is the 168th ranked player in the county according to 247 Sports and is committed to Vanderbilt, where his brother Austyn is the projected starting quarterback next season.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DE Lorenzo Carter (@LCarter_25), 6-5, 230
Norcross, Ga.

Carter posted the top SPARQ Rating for a defensive lineman this year at the Nike events. Ranked as the No. 3 player in the country by 247 Sports, Carter has offers from over 30 universities including his early leaders of Georgia Tech, Florida, Georgia, Texas and Ohio State. As a junior he was a MaxPreps All-American and a 6A All-State honoree after recording 136 tackles with 18 sacks.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Keller Chryst (@KellerChryst), 6-4, 220
Palo Alto, Calif.

Chryst is rated as the No. 2 quarterback and No. 21 overall prospect in the 2014 class by ESPN. He threw for 2,489 yards as a junior with 28 TDs and 11 interceptions and off the field has a 3.7 GPA. His offers include Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Stanford, USC and Utah.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Nick Chubb (@NickChubb21), 5-10, 210
Cedartown, Ga.

Chubb rushed for over 2,700 yards and 38 TDs as a junior and had college offers from Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee and several others before committing to Georgia in June. The No. 70 overall player in the country according to Rivals.com, had the second best SPARQ Rating at the Atlanta NFTC with a 122.43 on a 4.58 in the 40 and a 40.4 inch vertical.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Khairi Clark (@KhairiClark), 6-1.5, 320
Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna

Clark is considered the No. 1 defensive tackle prospect by Scout.com and the No. 18 overall recruit. He had 26 tackles for loss and nine sacks as a junior to earn All-Broward County honors. The lineman committed to Florida in June over 30 other offers.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Jamardre Cobb (@jamardreB), 6-0, 220
Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian

Cobb is rated by 247 Sports as the 14th ranked outside linebacker and No. 168 overall prospect in the 2014 class. He recorded 115 tackles and five forced fumbles as a junior and also ran for five touchdowns to earn All-CIF honors. He has 20 offers including Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Washington State and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Stephen Collier (@Stephen5Collier), 6-3, 205
Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County

Collier is ranked as the No. 18 dual-threat QB by 247 Sports after passing for 22 TDs last season while rushing for 11 more scores. He is an outstanding student-athlete with a 4.2 GPA and 1680 SAT and committed to Ohio State in June over offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Louisiana Tech, Marshall and Wake Forest.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Dalvin Cook, 5-11, 187
Miami (Fla.) Central

Cook was Class 6A All-State as a junior when he ran for 1,452 yards and 21 TDs. He is rated as the No. 3 running back in the nation by 247Sports.com and No. 21 prospect overall. Cook has committed to Florida over offers from Florida State, LSU, Miami, Clemson and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB David Cornwell (@DavidCornwell5), 6-5, 235
Norman (Okla.) North

Cornwell was the first quarterback invited to the 2013 Elite 11 after a strong performance at the Dallas NFTC and Dallas Elite 11. Ranked as the No. 1 pro-style QB and No. 20 national prospect by 247Sports.com, he passed for over 2,700 yards with 27 TDs last season and ran for nearly 800 more with six rushing scores. Cornwell became the highest-rated QB recruited by Coach Saban at Alabama when he committed to the Tide in June.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Kevin Crosby, 6-0.5, 240
Bamberg (S.C.) Bamberg-Ehrhardt

Crosby played both sides of the ball, but was practically unstoppable on offense as he caught 31 passes for 910 yards and 11 TDs. He was offered by Alabama, Clemson, Florida and North Carolina before committing to South Carolina. Crosby is listed by ESPN as the No. 2 tight end in his class and the No. 83 recruit overall.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Trevor Darling, 6-4.5, 328
Miami (Fla.) Central

Darling was a Class 6A All-State pick after he helped pave the way to a state championship for the Rockets. The four-star linemen is joining the two guys he opens holes for, Joseph Yearby and Dalvin Cook, at The Opening. Darling ended his recruitment early when he committed to the hometown Miami Hurricanes back in his sophomore year.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Kain Daub (@DaubKain), 6-3.5, 238
Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood

Daub was a Class 8A All-State pick after recording 74 tackles, seven sacks and five forced fumbles as a junior. He is rated by Scout.com as the No. 1 middle linebacker in his class and No. 14 overall and committed to Florida State over offers from Alabama, Miami, Florida, LSU, Ohio State, South Carolina, USC and UCLA.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Duke Dawson (@NoFLYZoNeDawson), 5-11, 197
Cross City (Fla.) Dixie Co.

Dawson had 43 tackles and two INTs last season. He committed to Florida over offers from Florida State, Tennessee and Wisconsin and is rated by ESPN as the No. 240 overall prospect in the Class of 2014..
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Kammy Delp (@HateKammy), 6-2.5, 305
Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch

Delp is a multi-sport standout who also plays basketball, rugby and throws the shot and discus in track. He was a 2nd team All-State pick as an offensive guard and on defense had seven sacks and five blocked passes. He has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Washington State and is listed as four-star prospect by 247 Sports.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Johnnie Dixon (@unogohard1), 5-10.5, 195
Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) Dwyer

Dixon was an All-State Class 7A honoree after catching 39 passes for 711 yards and eight scores as a junior. His college offers include home state favorites of Miami, Florida State and Florida and he's rated as the No. 4 receiver by ESPN and No. 43 overall.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Malachi Dupre (@MalachiDupre), 6-2.5, 190
River Ridge (La.) John Curtis

Dupre was Class 2A All-State in 2012 as he caught 36 passes for 816 yards and 15 TDs for the state champs despite playing in a run-oriented option offense. Rated by ESPN as the No. 2 receiver nationally and No. 28 prospect overall, he has 35 offers including Alabama, Arizona, Auburn, Cincinnati, Clemson, Colorado, Florida State, Kansas State, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Tulane, UCLA and Vanderbilt among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Rashaan Evans (@616evans4), 6-2, 215
Auburn, Ala.

Evans was a Class 6A All-State pick last season as he collected 32 tackles (16 for loss) and five sacks. He has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia Tech, LSU, Nebraska, North Carolina, TCU and Washington and is ranked as the No. 9 outside linebacker and No. 163 recruit overall by Rivals.com.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Tanner Farmer (@tank1309), 6-3.5, 305
Highland, Ill.

Farmer showcased his athletic abilities with a 96.96 SPARQ Rating at the Chicago Nike Football Training Camp where he ran a 4.8 shuttle, threw the power ball 41 feet and jumped 29.7 inches in the vertical. An outstanding wrestler, he went 39-0 last season and won the state heavyweight championship at the Illinois Class 2 level. Farmer is committed to Nebraska.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Minkah Fitzpatrick (@minkfitz_21), 5-11.5, 185 (Class of '15)
Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep

Fitzpatrick is one of the top underclassmen in the East and already has offers from Miami, Ohio State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia and Wisconsin. A two-way threat, he had 21 tackles and two INTs as a sophomore and ran for nearly 500 yards with five scores for a program that has produced several BCS caliber recruits. At the New Jersey NFTC, he ran a 4.16 in the shuttle and jumped 32.8 inches in the vertical. Fitzpatrick comes in at No. 38 on 247 Sports' Class of 2015 rankings.
SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS
QB Andrew Ford (@Andrew_Ford7), 6-2, 190
Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff

Ford earned the Golden Ticket in Washington DC, after out-dueling a good group at the DC Elite 11 Regional and NFTC. The lefty passed for nearly 3,000 yards as a junior with 35 TDs and ran for nine more. Ford will play his college ball in Blacksburg after committing to Virginia Tech.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Leonard Fournette (@_fournette), 6-1, 225
New Orleans (La.) St. Augustine

Fournette is rated as the No. 1 player in the Class of 2014 by ESPN. A big back, Fournette ran for 2,136 yards and 31 touchdowns on 196 carries and added 313 yards and three touchdowns on 15 receptions. The 2012 AP Class 4A All-State and Maxpreps Junior All-American selection has offers from LSU, Alabama, Notre Dame, Florida, and Texas A&M among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Josh Frazier (@JoshuaFrazier99), 6-4, 330
Springdale (Ark.) Har-Ber

Frazier was an AP Super All-State selection as a junior and MaxPreps 2nd team All-American after making 65 tackles and 3.5 sacks. He's listed as the No. 11 defensive tackle in the 2014 class by 247 Sports and the No. 74 prospect overall. The mammoth defensive lineman is down to a top 5 of Arkansas, Alabama, USC, Auburn, and Texas A&M.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Royce Freeman, 5-11.5, 220
Imperial, Calif.

Freeman is as prolific of a rusher as you'll find in the nation, running for 2,482 yards and 34 total TDs as a junior after running for 2,075 yards and 35 scores his sophomore season. He's rated as the No. 7 running back nationally by 247Sports.com and the No. 71 prospect overall. Freeman showcased his athleticism with a 110.58 SPARQ Rating at the Los Angeles NFTC and has 20 offers including almost all the Pac12 as well as Florida, Florida State, Nebraska, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Kenyon Frison (@lancerpride75), 6-5, 280
West Valley City (Utah) Granger

Frison opened a lot of eyes at the Oakland NFTC where he was called the "revelation of the camp" and made the All-Camp team. He is rated as the No. 206 overall prospect by 247 Sports and has committed to Utah. Oklahoma and Washington have also offered.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Clifton Garrett (@CG340), 6-2, 215
Plainfield, Ill.

Garrett is ranked as the No. 1 outside linebacker in the country by 247 Sports and the No. 22 overall prospect. All the major recruiting services rate him as the top prospect in Illinois after he compiled 107 tackles including 11 for loss in 2012. He has nearly three dozen offers including Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Virginia and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Kyle Gibson (@K_Gibson_G), 5-11.5, 170
Seffner (Fla.) Armwood

Gibson had 65 tackles, four INTs, four forced fumbles and three sacks as an athletic, aggressive strong safety. College offers include Notre Dame, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Michigan State, Louisville and Florida as well as several other in-state programs. He's rated as the No. 9 safety by ESPN and the No. 161 prospect nationally.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Wesley Green (@WGreen_4), 5-11, 170
Lithonia (Ga.) M.L. King

Green is rated as the 113th ranked player in the Class of 2014 by ESPN after he earned Class 6A All-Region honors as a junior. He committed to South Carolina over offers that included Auburn, Arkansas, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, Syracuse, and Tennessee
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Will Grier (@willg7533), 6-2.5, 180
Davidson (N.C.) Davidson Day

Grier had a monster year on the field in 2012 with 5,785 yards passing and 69 TDs plus another 813 yards rushing and eight scores on the ground. A MaxPreps Junior All-American and All-State honoree, he was also the Quarterback MVP at the Charlotte NFTC. Rated as the No. 2 dual threat QB in the 2014 class by Rivals.com and No. 29 overall player, he committed to Florida in February over offers from Alabama, Florida State, North Carolina, Oregon and Tennessee among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Marcus Griffin (TheRealMG96) 6-2, 300
Bellevue, Wash.

Griffin was the discovery of the Eugene (Ore.) NFTC where he earned Defensive Line MVP honors. Several scouts felt he was the top attendee of the camp at any position. Griffin had 45 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior and has committed to Washington State over offers from Arizona, Colorado, Colorado State, Idaho and Nevada.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Naijiel Hale (@YoungNateDogg), 5-11, 175
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco

Son of recording artist Nate Dogg, Hale has been on the map since his sophomore year when he was a CalHiSports.com All-State pick. He was invited after the L.A. NFTC where he impressed coaches with his quick feet and hips. College offers include Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Nebraska, Washington State and Wisconsin for the corner rated as the No. 181 overall prospect in the nation by Scout.com.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Shaun Hamilton (@_sdh7), 5-11, 240
Montgomery (Ala.) Carver

Hamilton was a Class 6A All-State pick last season and is ranked as the No. 98 overall player in the Class of 2014 by ESPN. Hamilton committed to Alabama after a big junior season that included 101 tackles (26 TFL), 4 sacks and 2 forced fumbles.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB C.J. Hampton (@_Hamp4dEM), 6-0.5, 195
Meridian, Miss.

Hampton was a Class 6A All-State pick as a junior after making 48 tackles and picking off three passes. Carrying a 3.7 GPA, he has offers from Stanford and Mississippi State but committed early to Ole Miss. He is ranted by 247 Sports as the No. 4 safety and No. 50 prospect in the country.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Da'Shawn Hand (@TheHand54), 6-4, 265
Woodbridge, Va.

Hand is a returner to The Opening and is rated as the No. 1 prospect in the country by 247 Sports. As a junior he totaled 16 sacks and 78 tackles to earn 1st team Washington Post All-Metro honors. Hand has nearly 40 offers and lists Alabama, Florida, and Michigan as programs he favors.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Chris Hardeman (@Chris_Hardeman1), 5-7.5, 190
Houston (Texas) Alief Taylor

Hardeman was a 18-5A All-District pick as a junior when he recorded 51 tackles and 22 pass deflections. His father, Cedric, is an assistant coach at Alief Taylor. Chris made his college choice official when he committed to LSU over Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Texas Tech. Scout.com has him rated as the 197th ranked prospect in the senior class.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
ATH Treon Harris (@t5_harris), 5-10.5, 185
Miami (Fla.) B.T. Washington

Harris was a Class 4A All-State pick after leading Washington to a Class 4A state title. The No. 87 prospect in the country according to Scout.com, Harris passed for 2,576 yards and 33 TDs with only seven INTs while rushing for another 751 yards and 15 scores. Invited after the Miami NFSC where he had a 92.61 SPARQ Rating, his college offers include Arizona, Boston College, Central Florida, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Marshall, Ole Miss and South Florida.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL J.C. Hassenauer (@JCHassenauer), 6-2.5, 290
Woodbury (Minn.) East Ridge

Hassenauer was the Memphis NFTC Offensive Line MVP and had a second strong showing at the Columbus Nike Camp that earned him his invite to The Opening. A virtual unknown coming into the Spring, Hassenauer impressed throughout a camp season that was capped by a scholarship and commitment to Alabama.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Jerrod Heard (@JHeard2), 6-2, 195
Denton (Texas) Denton Guyer

Heard rushed for 2,138 yards and 35 TDs on the ground and added over 2,000 more yards through the air. He was the District 5-4A MVP and is listed by Rivals.com as the No. 3 rated dual-threat quarterback in the '14 class and No. 72 prospect overall. A Texas commit, he also had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, LSU, Nebraska and Ohio State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Joe Henderson (@Talent_52), 6-3, 220
Cleveland (Ohio) Shaker Heights

Henderson has recorded 29 sacks over the last two seasons and was the Defensive Line MVP at the Columbus NFTC. The Ohio native has committed to Tennessee over offers from Arkansas, Cincinnati, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Pitt, West Virginia and Wisconsin. He is listed as the No. 14 weakside defensive end by 247Sports.com.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Thomas Holley (@ctkballer2014), 6-4, 300
Brooklyn (N.Y.) Lincoln

Rated by 247 Sports as the No. 1 player in New York and the No. 73 prospect in the Class of 2014, Holley was one of the standouts at the New York NFTC where he earned MVP Honors. The 300-pounder has 20-plus offers from programs like Alabama, Boston College, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Penn State, Rutgers and Syracuse.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Corey Holmes (@coreyholmes4), 6-2, 175
Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

Holmes is ranked by ESPN as the No. 8 receiver nationally and the No. 77 overall player. He was dubbed by former NFL All-Pro receiver Cris Carter as the "next big thing" at tradition rich St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Holmes had 28 receptions for 511 yards and five TDs last season and fields more than two dozen offers including ones from early leaders Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Notre Dame and Oklahoma.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DE Jalyn Holmes (@JayHolmes_), 6-5, 235
Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor

Holmes is rated as the No. 4 weakside defensive end by 247 Sports and the No. 41 overall prospect in the 2014 class. He was Class AAA All-State at TE where he caught 24 passes for 351 yards and seven scores. On defense he had 78 tackles and 11 sacks and helped the Titans win the Div. Five state title. Holmes committed to Ohio State in June over offers that included North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Elijah Hood (@EHood34), 6-0, 220
Charlotte (N.C.) Catholic

Hood had the top SPARQ Rating at the Nike Football SPARQ Combine in Charlotte when he ran a 4.56 in the 40 and jumped 37 inches in the vertical for a 108.84 SPARQ Rating. The Notre Dame commit performed on the football field as well rushing for 2,868 yards and 45 TDs with a 12.9 average per carry. Hood is rated as the No. 3 running back in the class and No. 13 overall prospect by Rivals.com.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Adoree' Jackson (@AdoreeKnows), 5-9.5, 170
Gardena (Calif.) Serra

Jackson is rated as the No. 2 cornerback in the nation by ESPN and the No. 5 recruit overall. Despite teams not throwing his direction much, Jackson still had five interceptions and was a threat as a receiver and punt returner. He has close to 30 offers including most of the Pac 12 and lists Alabama, LSU, Oregon, UCLA and USC as early favorites.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Bijhon Jackson (@BijhonJ), 6-1.5, 325
El Dorado, Ark.

Bijhon is listed as the No. 7 defensive tackle in the country by 247 Sports and No. 62 player overall after making 52 tackles with four sacks as a junior. He earned Class 6A South All-State recognition and choose to stay home when he picked Arkansas over Alabama, Arkansas State and Ole Miss. Jackson also impressed at the Memphis NFTC where he ran a 5.2 in the 40 despite weighing in at close to 325 pounds.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Derwin James Jr. (@derwinjames6), 6-2, 200 (Class of '15)
Auburndale, Fla.

James will be a junior this season and impressed at the Orlando NFTC where he ran a 4.66 in the 40, recorded a 35.1 and dominated the one-on-one drills to earn All-Camp Team honors. Comes in at No. 36 overall in 247 Sports' 2015 Rankings. A Class 5A Honorable Mention All-State player, he has already committed to Florida State.
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WR Lorenzo Joe (@LoJoe12), 6-2.5, 200
Abilene (Texas) Cooper

Joe was the Wide Receiver MVP at the Dallas NFTC and also shined on the football field as a junior when he earned All-District 2-5A honors after rushing for 879 yards and passing for another 1,988 while playing quarterback. Because of his athletic and pass-catching abilities, he's projected to be a receiver at Texas where he committed early over Texas Tech. Scout.com has him listed as the No. 141 player in the 2014 class.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Jeff Jones (@WaveyJJ_10), 5-11.5, 195
Minneapolis (Minn.) Washburn

Jones is rated as the No. 115 prospect in the nation by Rivals.com and will stay instate to play at Minnesota. He choose the Gophers over offers from Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan State, Syracuse and Wisconsin. Jones ran for 1,002 yards with nine TDs as a junior, following up on a strong sophomore year when he ran for 1,415 yards with 28 scores.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Brad Kaaya (@TrinidadBrad), 6-4, 220
West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade

Kaaya is rated by Rivals.com as the No. 12 pro-style quarterback and No. 200 overall prospect in the nation. One of the standouts at the San Francisco Elite 11, he passed for 1,875 yards with 12 TDs and only two INTs on the field as a junior and has committed to Miami (Fla.).
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Christian Kirk (@ChristianDavon2), 5-10, 187 (Class of '15)
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro

Kirk is rated as the No. 67 prospect in the country for 2015 by 247 Sports and the No. 4 wide out. He had an big sophomore season catching balls from Elite 11 Finalist Luke Rubenzer, going for over 1,000 yards receiving and 12 TD's. Kirk has early offers from UCLA, Cal, Arizona, ASU, Wisconsin, and Oklahoma State among others.
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QB DeShone Kizer (@Dkizer_14), 6-4.5, 210
Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic

Kizer is rated by 247 Sports as the No. 6 dual threat quarterback and No. 193 overall prospect this year. At the talent rich Columbus Elite 11 Regional Camp, he was the QB who earned the Golden Ticket immediately after the event. He passed for 1,150 yards and 10 TDs last season while rushing for 540 yards and four touchdowns. Kizer committed to Notre Dame in mid-June over offers from two dozen universities including Alabama, Arkansas, LSU, Michigan State, North Carolina, Penn State, Syracuse and Tennessee.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Demetrius Knox (@Ummm_Mr_Knox), 6-3.5, 290
Ft Worth (Texas) All Saints Episcopal

Knox is rated as a the No. 1 offensive guard and No. 87 overall prospect in the country by Rivals.com and was a MaxPreps Junior All-American in 2012. He was one of the offensive standouts at the Dallas NFTC and has more than two dozen offers from all over the nation including Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Georgia Tech, Houston, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas Tech and UCLA.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Chris Lammons (@CL1_Era), 5-9.5, 170
Plantation, Fla.

Lammons was All-Broward County last year playing mostly at cornerback. Quick and explosive, he has a 35 inch vertical and has received offers from instate powers Florida, Florida State and Miami as well as Alabama and Ohio State. ESPN rates him as the No. 84 prospect in the 2014 class.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Ermon Lane, 6-2, 185
Homestead, Florida

Lane is the No. 1 wide receiver on ESPN's board and the No. 25 recruit overall. He was a Class 6A All-State pick in 2012 when he caught 801 passes for eight scores and also accounted for four interceptions on defense. He has over 20 offers including Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), Ole Miss, Nebraska, Ohio State and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Allen Lazard (@AllenLazard), 6-4.5, 210
Urbandale, Iowa

Lazard is rated as the No. 1 receiver in the country by Rivals.com and the No. 25 prospect overall. The tall receiver, who was a Class 4A All-State honoree as a junior has committed to Iowa State over Iowa, Nebraska, Stanford and Cal and will play in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Lazard caught 40 passes for 930 yard and 11 TDs in 2012.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Toa Lobendahn, 6-3, 285
La Habra, Calif.

Lobendahn was chosen to the L.A. NFTC All-Camp Team and was noted for his versatility to play anywhere along the line. 247 Sports has him rated as the No. 172 overall prospect in the 2014 class and he was a CalHiSports.com Junior All-State pick in 2012. Lobendahn committed early to USC over other Pac 12 offers including Oregon, Stanford and UCLA.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Jonathan Lockett (@Jlock_21), 5-11, 170
Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

Lockett was a CalHisports.com Junior All-State selection after making 42 tackles, seven INTs and scoring seven touchdowns on offense and special teams. Rated as the No. 26 corner in the country by Scout.com, he has offers from several Pac 12 schools such as Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State and Washington as well as Boise State, Notre Dame and San Jose State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Morgan Mahalak (@MorganMahalak), 6-3, 185
Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic

Mahalak is rated as the No. 3 dual-threat QB by 247 Sports and the No. 132 overall recruit. He was one of the top QBs at the San Francisco Elite 11 Regional and Oakland NFTC and was noted for his energy, arm strength and accuracy inside and outside the pocket. Mahalak committed to Oregon in late April over offers from Duke, North Carolina State and Oregon State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Joshua Malone, 6-2, 190
Gallatin (Tenn.) Station Camp

Malone is ranked as the No. 3 receiver and No. 38 overall recruit by Rivals.com. He has two dozen early college offers including Baylor, Clemson, Florida, Miami, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon State, Tennessee and Washington.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Damien Mama (@dmama75), 6-4, 350
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco

Mama was the Los Angeles Nike Camp Offensive Line MVP and wrapped up his day with an impressive performance in one-on-ones. ESPN has him ranked as the No. 3 guard and No. 67 prospect overall. His college offers include Alabama, Arizona, ASU, BYU, Cal, Colorado, Florida State, Fresno State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Iman Marshall, 6-0.5, 185 (Class of '15)
Long Beach (Calif.) Poly

Marshall, 247 Sports' No. 41 prospect in the 2015 class, already has offers from a dozen schools including Florida State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Tennessee, Washington, UCLA and USC. Playing for one of the perennial top talent-producing high schools in the country, he was selected as a CalHiSports.com Sophomore All-State pick in 2012.
SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS
DB Trey Marshall (@Marshall_Era21), 5-11, 195
Lake City (Fla.) Columbia

Marshall earned Class 6A All-State honors at strong safety where he had 60 tackles, six pass breakups, three INTs and three forced fumbles. He's rated as the No. 10 safety and No. 158 overall prospect by 247 Sports and has offers from a dozen programs including Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, Miami, Ole Miss, South Florida, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Corey Martinez (@CJMartinez77), 6-4, 300
Tampa (Fla.) Catholic

Martinez is ranked by ESPN as the No. 274 overall prospect in 2014 and was a Class 3A All-State honoree as a junior. He comes from athletic DNA as his father, Ronnie, was a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies. Martinez has two dozen offers including Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami (Fla.), Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Tennessee and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Montel McBride (@blindside6955), 6-3.5, 330
Plant City, Fla.

McBride was the Offensive Lineman MVP at the Orlando NFTC and impressed coaches with his football IQ and fundamentals in the one-on-one drills. Rated as a top 25 guard prospect by ESPN, his stock has greatly increased this spring culminating in offers from Alabama, Auburn, Central Florida, Florida State, Kentucky, Louisville, Mississippi State and South Florida.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Garrald McDowell (@G_McDowell42), 6-1, 245
Covington, La.

McDowell was Class 5A All-State after finishing with 68 solo tackles, 29 assisted tackles, 10 1/2 sacks, 18 tackles for loss, 14 quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery. He has double digit college offers including four early favorites: Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas State and Ole Miss. McDowell is ranked as the No. 9 defensive tackle and No. 108 overall prospect by ESPN.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Mattrell McGraw (@MattrellMcGraw), 5-10, 175
River Ridge (La.) John Curtis

McGraw made the Memphis NFTC All-Camp Team after impressing coaches with coverage skills. He totaled 65 tackles and four interceptions as a junior and few in the country have seen such as meteoric recruiting rise this spring as McGraw, who now has over three dozen offers including favorites such as Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Florida State, Ohio State, Oregon, UCLA and USC. McGraw is the No. 186 prospect in 2014 according to ESPN.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Shai McKenzie (@ShaiMcKenzie_), 5-11, 210
Washington, Pa.

McKenzie put up huge numbers in 2012, rushing for over 2,700 yards with 42 touchdowns on the ground. A Class AA All-State selection, he has run a 10.68 in the 100 meters and is rated by Scout.com as the No. 115 recruit in the nation. McKenzie has nearly 30 offers covering the nation including Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Duke, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Terry McLaurin (@TheTerry_25), 5-11.5, 185
Indianapolis (Ind.) Cathedral

McLaurin is one of the most athletic receivers in the nation and had the highest SPARQ Rating at the Chicago NFTC where he ran a 4.48 in the 40, jumped 41.4 inches in the vertical, ran a 4.36 shuttle and threw the power ball 41 feet for a 126.96 SPARQ Rating. McLaurin committed to Ohio State over early offers that included Ball State, Cincinnati, Iowa, Missouri, Purdue, Toledo, Western Kentucky and Western Michigan.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Raekwon McMillan (@Kwon_daTrurth), 6-1.5, 250
Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty Co.

McMillan gathered about every award possible last season, including MaxPreps Junior All-American, AP All-State and Defensive Player of the Year honors. ESPN lists him as the No. 1 inside linebacker and No. 13 overall prospect. His college offers include Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Stanford and Texas.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Christian Miller, 6-3.5, 215
Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley

Miller, whose father, Corey, had a 10 year career in the NFL with the Giants and Vikings, was a force on the field as a junior collecting 121 tackles and 14 sacks. Rated as the No. 76 player nationally by ESPN, his college offers include Boise State, Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, Houston, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Texas Tech and Virginia Tech.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Joe Mixon (@MixonItUp28), 6-1, 210
Oakley (Calif.) Freedom

Mixon is rated as the No. 37 overall prospect in the 2014 class by 247 Sports. He rushed for 1,443 yards as a junior with 20 rushing TDs and also had six receiving scores. Mixon has 20 offers including Arizona State, California, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, USC and Washington.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Henry Mondeaux (@hmondeaux81), 6-4, 254
Portland (Ore.) Jesuit

The big-bruising tight end went for 387 yards and 11 TD's on 22 receptions for the Crusaders last season. One of the rare tight-ends that can stick his nose in there and block, Mondeaux is also a talented defensive end, adding 70 tackles and 4 sacks. Had an All-Camp performance at the Oregon NFTC the day after laying down an impressive 99.42 SPARQ Rating at the Portland Nike Combine.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Nyles Morgan (@Obey_Pride ), 6-1.5, 235
Crete (Ill.) Crete-Monee

Morgan is rated as the No. 4 inside linebacker by 247 Sports and the No. 56 prospect in the nation. He made 106 tackles with four sacks and two INTs last season to earn All-State honors. Miles has over 30 offers including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State and Purdue in the Big Ten and notables such as Florida, Miami (Fla.), Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC across the nation.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Anthony Moten (@anthony_moten95), 6-4, 280
Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

Moten was named All-Broward County as his 30 tackles, including nine for loss, and four sacks helped lead Aquinas to the state 7A title. He showed his strength with the top power ball throw (42 feet) at the Miami Nike Football SPARQ Combine and is recognized by ESPN as the No. 10 defensive tackle and No. 152 prospect in the country. Moten committed to Florida over a double digit offer list that included Florida State, Miami, Notre Dame and Ohio State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Quenton Nelson (@BigQ56), 6-4.5, 300
Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic

Nelson is one of the most heavily recruited linemen in the country and had over 30 offers including Boston College, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers before he committed to Notre Dame. He's rated as the No. 3 offensive tackle and the No. 16 overall recruit by Rivals.com and was a Newark Star-Ledger 2nd team All-State selection and MSG Varsity All-Metro selection.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
ATH Montae Nicholson (@invictaforever), 6-2, 200
Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway

Nicholson can play both sides of the ball--he's rated as the No. 13 safety and No. 127 overall prospect in the country by Rivals.com--and was the wide receiver MVP at the Columbus NFTC. He was named Class AAAA All-State in 2012 and has 30 offers including Boston College, Cincinnati, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Devante "Speedy" Noil (@SpeedyNoil), 5-10.5, 175
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr

Noil put up a strong 120.54 SPARQ Rating at the New Orleans Nike Football SPARQ Combine which included a 4.45 in the 40 and a 41.7 inch vertical. On the field last season, he led Karr to a 4A state title accounting for 47 total TDs. ESPN's No. 8 prospect in the country has an offer list that includes Alabama, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Ole Miss, TCU and Texas.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Edward Paris (@323Eddie_P), 6-0, 200
Arlington (Texas) Mansfield Timberview

Paris received several major honors last season including MaxPreps Junior All-American, AP Class 5A All-State and Ft. Worth Star-Telegram Super Team and is rated as the No. 2 safety and No. 18 overall prospect by 247Sports.com. Paris accounted for seven interceptions (two for TDs) and 37 tackles with eight passes broken up last year. He has verballed to LSU with other offers coming from Clemson, Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Jacob Park (@JacobPark10), 6-4, 205
Goose Creek (S.C.) Stratford

Park is rated by 247 Sports as the No. 5 pro-style quarterback and No. 72 prospect in the country. Named to the D.C. All-NFTC Team, he also shined at the D.C. Elite 11 Regional. As a junior he passed for 2,239 yards and 24 TDs while rushing for over 700 yards and seven scores. Park committed to Georgia over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Virginia Tech among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB John Plattenburg (@ITS_PLATTnum), 5-10, 175
Corona (Calif.) Centennial

Plattenburg was the Defensive Back MVP at the Oakland NFTC and earned All-Camp honors. As a junior he made 71 tackles with five interceptions and is rated as the No. 27 corner in the country by 247Sports.com. Plattenburg has 15 offers including favorites like Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor and Washington.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Adarius Pickett (@YoungPickett_8), 5-11, 175
El Cerrito, Calif.

Pickett is ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 122 prospect in the nation after a season where he had 64 tackles and 12 pass breakups for a defense that allowed less than 10 points per game. A second team Junior All-State pick on the field and a 3.7 GPA student in the classroom, he has offers from Arizona State, Cal, Nebraska, Nevada, Northwestern, Purdue, San Diego State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Utah State and Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Michiah Quick (@ItsQuicker), 5-11, 175
Fresno (Calif.) Central

Quick can play several positions including receiver and corner and is rated by Scout.com as the No. 13 player in the country. As a receiver last season he had 37 catches for 592 yards and eight TDs. His offers include Alabama, Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Houston, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Jose State, Tulane, UCLA, USC and Washington.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB C.J. Reavis (@C_Reavis11), 6-0.5, 200
Chester (Va.) Thomas Dale

Reavis recorded 107 tackles, 17 pass breakups, three sacks and two interceptions last year and emerged from a strong pack of DB's at the DC NFTC to take home an Opening invite. Reavis has committed to Virginia Tech over offers from Boston College, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Vanderbilt and Virginia among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Chris Register (@HEAD_Hunta6), 6-2.5, 230
Greensboro (N.C.) Dudley

Register was one of the top defenders at the Charlotte NFTC and made the All-Camp team. Rated as the No 161 overall prospect in 2014 by Scout.com, he totaled 110 tackles with seven sacks and five forced fumbles in 2012. He has committed to Clemson over a dozen other offers including Florida, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), North Carolina, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
ATH Austin Roberts, 6-2, 220
Carmel, Ind.

Roberts is rated as the No. 166 prospect in 2014 by ESPN. He caught 34 passes for 415 yards (12.2 average) as a junior and is a big receiver with impressive athletic ability: a 4.51 in the 40, a 36.6 inch vertical and a 108.57 SPARQ Rating at the Chicago NFTC. Roberts has offers from over 20 universities including early favorites Miami (Fla.), Stanford, Ohio State and Florida.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Cameron Robinson (@crobinson_68), 6-6, 320
West Monroe (La.)

Robinson is rated as the No. 1 offensive tackle in the country by all four recruiting services. A projected left tackle, he is coming off a season where he earned AP Class 5A All-State and All-District honors on top of being named to the Maxpreps.com Junior All-American squad. Robinson has fielded offers from virtually every program in the country, but it looks to be a two-man race between Alabama and his home-state LSU Tigers.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR JoJo Robinson, 5-11, 178
Miami (Fla.) Northwestern

The speedburner started off the NFTC tour by running a 4.41 40 at the Miami Nike Combine. He came back out to the Miami NFTC in March and tore it up. Has the speed to get behind any defense and showed off good hands in Miami. ESPN'S 134th ranked player committed to Florida State over offers from LSU, Miami, USC and UCLA among others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Luke Rubenzer (@lukerubenzer7), 5-11.5, 185
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro

Rubenzer was a threat last season with his arm and legs, throwing for 2,834 yards and 36 TDs (only six INTs) while rushing for 1,184 yards and 10 scores. He has won Div. III All-State honors the last two years and showed his athleticism at the Los Angeles NFTC when he put up a 97.83 SPARQ Rating including a 4.20 shuttle and a 39.5 foot power ball throw. After an impressive Columbus Elite 11 Regional Camp, his offer list grew to double digits before he committed to Cal in June.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Travis Rudolph (@TravisRudolph5), 6-0.5, 185
West Palm Beach (Fla.) Cardinal Newman

Rudolph is rated as the No. 9 receiver in the nation and No. 81 overall prospect by ESPN. He had 833 total yards on offense and scored 17 touchdowns despite missing three games with an injury. A Class 3A 2nd Team All-State pick, he has offers from Auburn, FIU, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Louisville, Marshall, Miami (Fla.), Oregon, Tennessee, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Curtis Samuel, 5-11, 180
Brooklyn (N.Y.) Erasmus

Samuel lived up to his pre-camp hype as he ran a 4.4 in the 40 and recorded a 111.87 SPARQ Rating. A dual threat running and receiving the ball, the All-Metro pick led his team to the PSAL championship by running for 1,047 yards with 15 TDs on the year. He's the No. 82 rated prospect in the nation by 247 Sports and his college offers include Boston College, Maryland, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Syracuse and Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
TE Dalton Schultz (@BinghamBaller9), 6-5.5, 230
South Jordan (Utah) Bingham

Schultz is Scout.com's No. 1 rated tight end and No. 68 overall prospect in 2014. Had 34 receptions last season for 490 yards and three scores. He carries a 4.0 GPA and has college offers from ASU, BYU, Cal, Colorado, Hawaii, Nebraska, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Washington and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Artavis Scott (@ArtavisScott7), 5-10.5, 180
Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake

Scott was a Class 8A All-State pick as a junior and a MaxPreps Sophomore All-American two years ago. Ranked as the No. 11 receiver in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 81 overall prospect, he has college offers from Florida, Florida State, South Florida, Ohio State, Michigan and North Carolina State.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Derrell Scott (@SilkySm00th24), 5-10.5, 185
Havelock, N.C.

Scott is listed as the No. 2 All-Purpose Back by 247Sports.com and No. 114 prospect nationally after rushing for over 1,800 yards each of the last two years and scoring 34 times in 2012. Chosen to the D.C. NFTC All-Camp Team, he has over 20 offers including schools of interest such as Florida State, Miami (Fla.), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon and South Carolina.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Brandon Simmons (@GoldenMongoose2), 6-1, 185
Arlington (Texas) Mansfield Timberview

Simmons traveled from Texas to attend the Oakland NFTC in large part so he could visit where he will play his college ball: Stanford. He has a 4.2 GPA and on the football field had 101 tackles as a junior to earn All-District 7-5A honors. Scout.com rates Simmons as the No. 8 safety and No. 92 prospect in the nation.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Enoch Smith Jr. (@ESmithJr_56), 6-2, 275
Chicago (Ill.) Mt. Carmel

Smith is rated as the No. 19 defensive tackle and No. 237 overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com and compiled an amazing 23 sacks as a junior. A workout warrior who's not afraid to compete, he participated in a Nike Camp and Combine in 2012 and took part in the Charlotte NFTC earlier this year. The defender has committed to Michigan State after receiving more than a dozen offers from programs such as Arizona, Cincinnati, Illinois, Notre Dame, Purdue, Syracuse and Tennessee.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR JuJu Smith, 6-1, 180
Long Beach (Calif.) Poly

Smith was a CalHiSports Jr. All-State pick after catching 47 passes for 689 yards and nine scores to lead Poly to the Pac-5 Division Championship. He's rated by Scout.com as the No. 1 safety and No. 8 overall prospect in the 2014 class. Smith has already set up two trips--to Michigan and Notre Dame--and also has offers from Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Thaddeus Snodgrass (@ThadSnod1), 6-0, 175
Springfield, Ohio

Snodgrass will show up wherever there is competition, having attended a pair of Nike Camps and Nike Combines the last two years and producing a 96.27 SPARQ Rating. A standout at the Columbus NFTC, he caught 30 passes for 452 yards last year and has committed to Kentucky over 15 colleges including Georgia Tech, Louisville, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, South Carolina, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Bentley Spain, 6-5, 295
Charlotte (N.C.) Providence

Carrying a 4.0 GPA, Spain is listed as the No. 8 offensive tackle and No. 94 prospect by 247Sports.com. His college offers include Clemson, Duke, Florida, Houston, LSU, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Stanford, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS (2011 SEASON)
DB Arrion Springs (@A_Springs4), 5-11.5, 190
San Antonio (Texas) Roosevelt

Springs is rated as the No. 44 overall prospect in the country by ESPN and the No. 7 cornerback. At the Dallas NFTC he showed off his athleticism as he ran a 4.49 in the 40 and a 4.04 shuttle as part of a 113.76 SPARQ Rating. An All-District selection as a junior when he made 65 tackles and intercepted four passes, the Texan has college offers from more than a dozen schools including Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Clemson, Houston, Kansas, Mississippi State, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Texas, Texas Tech and Vanderbilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB M.J. Stewart (@PhillyBoy_Marv), 5-11, 190
Arlington (Va.) Yorktown

Stewart was a Class AAA All-State pick because of his prolific stats on both sides of the ball: at running back he rushed for 1,842 yards with 28 TDs and also had 323 yards receiving and four more scores. As a defensive back Steward recorded 52 tackles and 10 INTs. In addition, he also had three punt returns for scores. He has offers from several favorites including Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Kentavius Street (@SupaStreet35), 6-2, 265
Greenville (N.C.) Rose

Street recorded 93 tackles, including 19 for loss, along with four sacks as a junior and is ranked by Rivals as the No. 2 strongside defensive end and No. 18 overall recruit. His college offers include Clemson, Duke East Carolina, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech.
SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS (2011 SEASON)
DB Dylan Sumner-Gardner (@_TheRealDSG), 6-1, 195
Mesquite (Texas) West Mesquite

Sumner-Gardner is listed as the No. 7 rated safety nationwide by Scout.com and the No. 73 recruit overall. He was selected All-District 10-4A last season and has committed to Texas A&M over offers from Auburn, Clemson, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ole Miss and TCU.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Jalen Tabor (Twitter), 6-1, 190
Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate

Tabor was a MaxPreps Jr. All-American and Washington Post All-Metro honoree after not allowing a single completion all year. ESPN has him listed as the No. 4 cornerback and No. 16 overall prospect and he has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and several others.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Viane Talamaivao (@VianeTalamaivao), 6-2, 315
Corona (Calif.) Centennial

Despite fracturing his foot last October and missing the rest of his junior season, Talamaivao is ranked as the No. 7 guard by ESPN and the No. 123 rated recruit in the class and was invited to The Opening after a strong performance at the L.A. NFTC. After receiving offers from programs like USC, UCLA, Wisconsin, Miami, Arizona, Washington and Washington State, Talamaivao committed to Alabama in May.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Ainuu Taua (@ainuutaua35), 5-11.5, 295
Lompoc, Calif.

Taua, a Jr. All-State selection and No. 105 rated prospect in the nation by Scout.com, led the Braves to a 12-1 mark last season as he recorded seven sacks and plugged the middle. He won Defensive Lineman MVP honors at the L.A. NFTC and has offers from Arizona, Cal, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Roderick Taylor (@jr_roderick), 6-2.5, 310
Jackson (Miss.) Callaway

Taylor was a Class 5A 2nd Team All-State honoree in 2012 and is rated by 247Sports.com as the No. 1 offensive guard in the country and the No. 40 ranked prospect overall. He has offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DE Chad Thomas (@F5_Chad), 6-5, 235
Miami (Fla.) B.T. Washington

Thomas was an All-Class 4A pick last season when he recorded 57 tackles and six sacks. Rated as one of Dade County's top 10 prospects this year and the No. 97 overall recruit in the 2014 class by Scout.com, he has college offers from Florida State, LSU, Marshall, Miami, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Racean Thomas (_@El_GoldenChild), 5-10, 205
Oxford, Ala.

Thomas rushed for 1,768 yards with 24 TDs as a junior to earn Class 6A All-State honors and is ranked by Scout.com as the No. 3 running back prospect in the nation and No. 17 overall. He ran a 4.62 at the Atlanta Nike Football SPARQ Combine and has offers from his early favorites of Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Oregon and LSU.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Solomon Thomas (@SollyThomas90), 6-3, 260
Coppell, Texas

Thomas was an AP Class 5A second team All-State honoree last season when he had 80 tackles, 13 for loss, eight sacks and blocked seven kicks. Ranked as the No. 4 defensive end and No. 27 prospect overall by Scout.com, he has early offers that include Baylor, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, TUCLA, and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR DeAndre Thompkins (@Calle_Alectia), 5-11, 170
Swansboro, N.C.

Thompkins was an All-Area honoree after totaling 1,359 receiving yards and 10 TDs while making 42 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back. He's rated as the No. 54 recruit nationally by ESPN and has committed to Penn State over Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Notre Dame.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Dylan Thompson (@BRONCODE59), 6-4.5, 275
Lombard (Ill.) Montini Catholic

Thompson attended NFTCs in Chicago and Columbus and the improvement between the two was what sealed his invite to The Opening. Thompson committed to Ohio State over a dozen other universities including Arkansas, Clemson, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Purdue, Syracuse, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR Trevion Thompson (@the_future_1), 6-2, 180
Durham (N.C.) Hillside

Thompson is rated the No. 8 receiver in his class by Scout.com and the No. 29 ranked recruit in his class. He made the Charlotte NFTC All-Camp Team and on the field as a junior caught 42 passes for 875 yards and five touchdowns. He has close to 20 offers including Alabama, Cal, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami (Fla.), Minnesota, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Oregon, Ohio State, South Carolina, Syracuse, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Kyle Trout (@trout75), 6-5.5, 300
Lancaster, Ohio

Trout is ranked as the No. 121 recruit nationally by Scout.com and had a strong Columbus NFTC, the location where he'll suit up in college as he committed to Ohio State over Cincinnati, Illinois, Michigan State, Pitt, Purde and West Virginia. Trout, who also plays basketball and throws the shot put and discus, was a Central Div. I All-District honoree in 2012.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Troy Vincent, 5-9, 190
Baltimore (Md.) Gilman

Vincent, the 254th ranked prospect by Scout.com, is the son of former NFL All-Pro Troy Vincent and had a strong showing at the NJ NFTC. Vincent committed to Penn State over offers from more than 20 schools..
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Jaleel Wadood (@OGLeel_2), 5-10, 165
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco

Wadood is listed as the No. 16 safety and No. 234 overall prospect by 247 Sports and was a CalHiSports.com Junior All-State selection as a junior when he recorded 50 tackles and an interception and added six touchdowns on offense. He made the L.A. NFTC All-Camp team and has pulled in offers from USC, UCLA, ASU, Arizona Boise State, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon State and Vandebilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Ronald Walker (@RonaldWalkerD1), 6-1, 185
Jackson (Miss.) Callaway

Walker committed to Ole Miss in December so he may not have gotten the publicity of some recruits, but the safety/outside linebacker prospect showed why he's SEC bound during his junior year when he recorded 80 tackles, including 12 for loss, four sacks and four forced fumbles. At the Memphis Nike Football Training Camp he ran a 4.67 in the 40 and recorded a 34.7 vertical.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS

QB DeShaun Watson (@ShaunWatson4), 6-4, 200
Gainesville, Ga.

Rated as the top duel-threat QB in the country by Rivals.com and No. 12 overall prospect, Watson committed to Clemson over offers from Georgia, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State and Tennessee. As a junior, the Georgia Class AAAAA Player of the Year completed 315 passes out of 435 attempts for 4,311 yards and 50 TDs with only eight interceptions. Watson also ran for 1,444 yards and another 24 scores, giving him 74 touchdowns on the year. In one of his games, a 69-0 win over Winder-Barrow, the Gainesville star was literally perfect going 18-of-18 for 350 yards and seven touchdowns, becoming one of only three players to throw for seven or more touchdowns in a Georgia high school history.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Armani Watts (Twitter), 5-10.5, 180
Forney (Texas) North Forney

Watts was a All-District 10-4A selection and went both sides of the ball, scoring nine TDs rushing and catching the ball with 22 tackles on defense. Rated as the No 215 overall prospect by Rivals.com, he starred in the one-on-one drills at the Dallas NFTC and has announced he will play at Texas A&M despite offers from Arizona State, Baylor, Clemson, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa and UCLA.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Damon Webb (@DameWebb), 5-10, 175
Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech

Webb is ranked as the No. 6 cornerback in the 2014 class by Scout.com and the No. 35 player overall. He was a two-way standout scoring seven TDs as a receiver and picking off seven passes on defense. Webb will cross state borders to play at Ohio State, who he chose over other offers from major schools such as Illinois, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Kendarius Webster (@d1_kendarius), 5-10.5, 175
Stockbridge, Ga.

Webster was one of the stars at the Atlanta NFTC where he shined in the one-on-one drills and also tested well with a 4.41 in the 40, a 34.2 inch vertical and a 97.68 SPARQ Rating. He is also a track standout--running the 100 and 400 meters--and has 20 offers for football including Arkansas, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Missouri, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Vanderbilt.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Sean White (@SeanWhite_12), 6-1, 200
Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) University School

White is rated as the No. 15 pocket-passer QB by ESPN and won Quarterback MVP honors at the Miami NFTC for the second year in a row. A Class 3A All-State pick last year while playing at Chaminade, he passed for 3,430 yards with 40 TDs and only six interceptions while rushing for six more scores. Also a standout at the Atlanta and Columbus Elite 11 Regionals, he has offers from a dozen schools including Boston College, Cincinnati, Hawaii, Houston, Syracuse, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
QB Manny Wilkins (@Manny_Wilkins11), 6-2, 185
Navato (Calif.) San Marin

Wilkins is rated as the No. 11 dual-threat quarterback nationally by 247 Sports and was one of the top QBs at the San Francisco Elite 11 Regional Camp. He moved from Texas in the fall of 2011 and started the final four games before having a big junior campaign with 2,200 yards passing, 20 TDs and eight INTs. Also a talented basketball player, he has committed to Arizona State over Arizona, Colorado State, Utah State and Wyoming.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DL Andrew Williams (@DrewWill_79), 6-4, 245
McDonough (Ga.) Eagle's Landing

Williams had big numbers as a junior, earning Class A All-State honors with 18 sacks and 60 tackles. He's rated as the No. 163 overall prospect by ESPN and impressed at the Atlanta NFTC when he ran a 4.99 in the 40. His 20-plus offers include favorites such as Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, Nebraska and Notre Dame.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Dwight Williams (_@DW7_ ), 6-1, 200
Gardena (Calif.) Serra

Williams had 160 tackles for the Div. II bowl champs in 2012 and has the athleticism to roam sideline to sideline. Invited after winning LB MVP award at the L.A. NFTC. College offers include ASU, Boise St, Cal, Colorado, Florida, Michigan St, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon St, Southern Florida, Tennessee, Texas Tech, UCLA, Washington and Washington St.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
WR T.V. Williams (@Trey1Williams), 5-7.5, 145
McKinney, Texas

Williams caught 45 passes for 789 yards and 10 TDs as junior and showcased his quickness and explosiveness at the Chicago NFTC in the one-on-one drills and in the testing where he ran a 4.10 in the shuttle and jumped 36.5 inches in the vertical. He has 13 offers from all over the country including Cal, Houston, Iowa, Kentucky, Navy, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oregon State and Tulsa.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DE Gerald Willis (@geee90), 6-3, 260
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr

Willis, the brother of The Opening 2011 MVP and Alabama defensive back Landon Collins, was a MaxPreps Junior All-American last year when he earned Class 4A All-State and Defensive Player of the Year honors. ESPN's No. 29 player in the country dominated at the Atlanta NFTC and lists his early leaders as LSU, Florida, Texas A&M, USC and Alabama.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
DB Quincy Wilson (@DC_WILSON954), 6-1, 200
Ft Lauderdale (Fla.) University School

Wilson was a 2nd Team All-Broward County 5A pick as a junior after making 40 tackles and recording one INT. He is rated the No. 11 safety and No. 197 overall prospect in the 2014 class by ESPN and has close to 40 offers including Arizona, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, LSU, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Rutgers, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, West Virginia, UCLA and USC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
OL Isaiah Wynn (@iwynn77), 6-2.5, 270
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Lakewood

Wynn was Class 5A All-State last season and is No. 89 in Rivals.com 2014 rankings. He has 15 early offers ranging from Florida State, South Florida and Central Florida at home to schools like Arkansas, Ole Miss, Missouri, Kentucky and Vanderbilt in the SEC.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
RB Joseph Yearby (@joe_yearby), 5-9, 190
Miami (Fla.) Central

The prolific runner was Class 6A All-State after rushing for 1,448 yards and 20 TDs as a junior. Rated as the top Dade Country prospect by one source and No. 20 in the country by ESPN, he committed early to Miami after receiving offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State and West Virginia.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
LB Richard Yeargin III (@ryearginIII), 6-3, 220
Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) University School

The tall defender was All-Broward Co. last year when he made 45 tackles (20 for loss) and 13 sacks. Scout.com's No. 251 prospect in 2014 has an offer list that includes Boston College, Florida, Purdue, Rutgers, South Florida, Tennessee, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS

Updated: June 17, 2013

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