Football: Hot 100 – Class of 2015

/D Line at The Opening on July 3, 2013 at the Nike World Headquarters  in Portland, Oregon. unveils its Hot 100 prospects in the Class of 2015. Each day this week we will be releasing 25 prospects, culminating with No. 1 through No. 25 on Friday.  Have an opinion on our rankings? Vote in the poll, or leave a comment below to let us know. Or post, like and discuss it on our Twitter or Facebook page.

The Hot 100 are compiled by the Student Sports Player Personnel staff led by Brian Stumpf, and assisted by Todd Huber, Michael White, Michael Fletcher, and Eugene Jackson. This staff is in charge of player personnel for the nation’s elite high school football events: The Nike Football SPARQ CombinesThe Nike Football Training Camps, Elite 11 and The Opening.

Who is the Number 1 Prospect in the Class of 2015?

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No. Pos.Player
1.WRGeorge Campbell (@GeorgeCampbell0)
East Lake (Tarpon Springs, Fla.)
6-4, 190

One of just five underclassmen selected to The Opening this summer, the sky seems to be the limit for Campbell if he keeps his head on straight and keeps working hard. Rated the No. 3 overall prospect in the Class of '15 in the recently released ESPN 300, Campbell won the fastest man competition at The Opening with a 4.36 40. Caught 30 passes for 770 yards and scored nine times as a sophomore and already has 20+ offers.
2.OLMitch Hyatt (@mhdrago75)
North Gwinnett (Suwanee, Ga.)
6-5, 260

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3.DTTim Settle (@tim_settle)
Stonewall Jackson (Manassas, Va.)
6-2.5, 305

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4.DTTerry Beckner
East St. Louis (East St. Louis, Ill.)
6-3.5, 268

5.CBKevin Toliver (@Toliver_Era)
Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.)
6-2, 182

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6.LBJeffrey Holland (@holland_jeffery)
Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.)
6-2, 215

7.DTTrenton Thompson (@BigTrent_78)
Westover (Albany, Ga.)
6-3, 263

8.DTDaylon Mack (@DaylonMack)
Gladewater (Gladewater, Texas)
6-2, 300
9.OLJalin Barnett (@jbird_77)
Lawton (Lawton, Okla.)
6-4, 315

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10.QBRicky Town (@RickyTownQB)
St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.)
6-3, 195

Town attended the Bay Area Elite 11 and more than held his own against the upperclassmen, locking himself in as one of the top quarterbacks in 2015. He is a pure passer that could fit into any system and make an early impact. He started garnering national attention very early in his first season and has since committed to play for Coach Saban and Alabama.
11.QBJosh Rosen (@josh3rosen)
St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.)
6-3.5, 200

Rosen opened some eyes at the Los Angeles Nike Camp, where some pegged him as the best passer in attendance regardless of class. He quickly earned the starting job as a sophomore at perennial power St. John Bosco, and threw for 2,102 yards and 22 touchdowns on his way to multiple post-season honors. Even more impressive was the 88.17 SPARQ Rating he posted at the LA NFTC. Rosen has offers from USC, Cal, Tennessee, Michigan and UCLA.
12.OLMartez Ivey (@teziveyy)
Apopka (Apopka, Fla.)
6-5, 271

13.DLBreiden Fehoko (@Bfehoko1)
Farrington (Honolulu, Hawaii)
6-2, 270

Fehoko started off his outstanding summer camp season at the Oakland NFTC where he earned one of the few DL All-NFTC nods for an underclassmen. The youngest from a stellar football family has obviously learned from his brothers, and shows great hands and balance. Fehoko is up over 270 pounds with little bad weight and will grow into a dynamic 3-technique. Took it to the OL at the Oakland NFTC with a good blend of physicality and quickness. Fehoko kept the momentum going throughout the summer, earning offers from Alabama, Stanford, Oklahoma, UCLA, Cal and Wisconsin among others. Is a top recruit in a loaded 2015 class in Hawaii.
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14.DLCeCe Jefferson (@cecejeferson7)
Baker County (Glen Saint Mary, Fla.)
6-3, 260

15.CBTerry Godwin (@Tyrome4)
Callaway (Hogansville, Ga.)
6-0, 170

16.SDerwin James (@derwinjames6)
Haines City (Haines City, Fla.)
6-2, 200

The Florida State commit showed he had all the tools to play at the next level at The Opening earlier this month, running a 4.52 40 and jumping 35 inches on the way to All-Tournament team honors. His level of play against the best in the country spoke volumes for how polished a prospect James is. Also has the ability to make a ton of plays with the ball as a wildcat QB, RB, and WR. There isn't much James can’t do on the gridiron. James is the 2nd cousin to retired NFL star Edgerrin James and current Hurricanes running back Mike James.
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17.DEJosh Sweat (@J_SmoothSweat)
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.)
6-4, 215

Sweat first came onto our radar after an All-Combine performance in Charlotte where he ran a 4.8 40 and jumped nearly 37 inches. With his ride heading back to Virginia that night, he couldn't make the Charlotte NFTC, but did make his way up to Washington DC as part of a loaded DL group. All he did was end up as the co-runner up for DL MVP Honors alongside his teammate Andrew Brown, who locked down an Opening invite. Sweat is definitely light, but he showed off sneaky strength that reminds us of The Opening 2013 DL MVP Chad Thomas. Sweat should have an opportunity to blossom this year with teams looking to run away from Brown.
18.SJamal Peters (@JamalPeters10)
Bassfield (Bassfield, Miss.)
6-3, 200

19.LBJahvoni Simmons (@J_Simmons22)
Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, Va.)
6-0, 210

20.CBMinkah Fitzpatrick (@minkfitz_21)
St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.)

Fitzpatrick put his name on the map at the New York NFTC in April, earning MVP honors after a great day shutting down the northeast's best WR’s. His performance earned him one of the five Opening invites for an underclassmen. He has the ideal size schools are looking for in a corner and nickel back. Is a quick twitch athlete that is ahead of his curve fundamentally, plays physical, flips his hips well, and is loaded with confidence. Offers include Miami, Ohio St.,Penn St., Wisconsin and Rutgers among others.
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21.CBKendall Sheffield
Thurgood Marshall (Missouri City, Texas)

22.CBIman "Biggie" Marshall
Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.)
6-1, 195

Marshall has the size and athleticism to play almost any position on defense. You could plug him in at corner, nickel, safety or linebacker. At the LA NFTC in March, the NFTC coaches raved about how far advanced he is for an underclassman. Was equally as impressive at The Opening this year, and should be one of the top prospects in the country next spring. Marshall currently has over 20 BCS offers.
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23.DTRasheem Green (@ras_green)
Serra (Gardena, Calif.)
6-5, 270

Green was a complete unknown coming into the LA Nike SPARQ Combine, where he ran a 5.07 40 and jumped 32.2 inches on the way to a 98.10 SPARQ Rating. He continued a big weekend with a strong showing along the DL at the LA Nike Camp where he used his length to create separation and get to the quarterback. Less than 24 hours after the NFTC, Green received his first offer from UCLA, and the offers have piled up since from USC, Florida, and Tennessee to name a few. Green will take on a bigger role for California power Serra High School this season.
24.RBSoSo Jamabo (@Soso_Jamabo3)
Plano West (Plano, Texas)
6-2.5, 200

Jamabo burst upon the Texas high school football scene last fall, rumbling for 1,697 yards and 24 touchdowns on the ground with another 453 yards and four scores receiving while splitting time with Northwestern-bound Class of '14 RB Auston Anderson at Plano West. Displayed a combination of size and acceleration at the Dallas NFTC that very few backs have possessed over the past few recruiting cycles.
25.LBJohn Houston Jr.
Serra (Gardena, Calif.)
6-3, 200

Houston Jr. racked up 130 tackles and 5 sacks playing alongside class of 2014 Opening invite Dwight Williams for one of the nation's elite programs. The best is yet to come from Houston Jr. who can play inside, cover in space or make a great 3-4 OLB if he chooses to. Ran a 4.81 at 211 pounds at the Los Angeles NFTC in March and is still growing. UCLA, USC, Florida, Oklahoma, and Washington are already all over the Southern California prospect.
26.LBMalik Jefferson (@dredgame46)
Poteet (Mesquite, Texas)
6-2, 210

27.CBShaun Crawford (@Crawf_4)
St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio)
5-9, 170

A very exciting and dynamic playmaker, the Michigan commit logged a 90.03 SPARQ rating in Massillon, which included a 4.51 40 and 4.23 shuttle. Very technically sound, Crawford doesn’t waste any opportunities to make big-time plays. Also a weapon on offense, Crawford biggest upside is as a difference maker on defense. He fills versus the run and can lock down half of the field with his abilities.
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28.DEJashon Cornell (@Jay_Rock16)
Cretin-Derham Hall (Saint Paul, Minn.)
6-3, 235

Cornell may be as polished a defensive end as we've seen in this class. Is coming off a 14 sack sophomore season, where he showed off an elite blend of speed, play recognition ability, and toughness. Ran a 4.69 40 at the Chicago NFTC, but is also a tough, grind-it-out player. Could probably run by most offensive linemen, but showed a physical, low-to-the-ground, edge rush in Chicago. On tape, shows the makings of a complete defender, plays the run well and can hold his ground effectively for his size. Will never be the biggest defensive-end, but has elite quickness, long arms, and the intangibles.
29.TEAlize' Jones (@King_Jones8)
Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.)
6-4, 212

Jones came to the L.A. NFTC in March as a rising junior who caught nine passes as a sophomore and left a national name, picking up his first offer from UCLA days later. Since then 10 others have offered including USC and Notre Dame. Jones' is as close to Class of '13 TE/super-athlete O.J. Howard as we've seen in the past 18 months; posted a 4.75 40 and 99.69 SPARQ at the Nike Camp.
30.ATHTorrance Gibson (@future_tg6)
American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)
6-4, 190

31.DEArden Key (@_Division1_M3)
M.L. King (Lithonia, Ga.)
6-5, 195

32.WRDa'Vante Phillips (@Duckedoff_Vante)
Miami Central (Miami, Fla.)
6-1, 190

Central had three players in the Class of '14 make The Opening and Phillips could be next in the Class of '15. Stood out at a loaded Miami NFTC as an underclassman this spring and caught 37 passes for 651 yards to earn second team all-Dade County honors in 2012. Committed early to Florida over offers from Miami, FSU, Alabama and Clemson.
33.WRDaMarkus Lodge (@damarkuslodge18)
Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas)
6-2, 185

Lodge played a minor role at 5A power Cedar Hill as a sophomore but showed this spring at the Dallas NFTC that he's ready to be the next major talent for coach Joey McGuire and the Longhorns. Texas, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Ohio State and others are already after Lodge and his combination of size and raw athletic ability.
34.WRChristian Kirk (@ChristianDavon2)
Saguaro (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
5-10, 190

Kirk joined Campbell as the only two rising junior wideouts to be selected for The Opening this summer and certainly will be one of the top pass-catchers in the next recruiting cycle. Ran a 4.49 40 and finished with a 115.83 SPARQ score after also capturing WR MVP honors at the L.A. NFTC earlier in the spring. Was a second-team all-state pick as a sophomore, catching 43 passes for 1,003 yards and 12 touchdowns.
35.DTHjalte Froholdt (@Y3llur)
Gold Diggers (Søllerød, Denmark)
6-4, 285

The Denmark native just played his first season of football in America, but it couldn't have been a smoother transition. Froholdt is far beyond where you'd expect him technically and is an outstanding physical prospect as a projected 3-tech. Displayed great leverage and balance at the Columbus NFTC, where he was named to the All-Camp team. Has a monster motor, and doesn't quit until the echo of the whistle. Will spend his junior and senior season back in Denmark, but will look to play college ball back in America. Has offers from around the country, including Michigan, Ohio State, Arkansas, and Michigan State.
36.OLMaea Teuhema (@MaeaTeuhema)
Keller (Keller, Texas)
6-4.5, 348

The big Texan shined at the Dallas NFTC. Doesn't look his 348 pounds, and moves well laterally. Will probably end up at guard, but is a dynamite athlete with great size. Technique in pass pro needs to continue to develop, but is big, fast, and mean on the field. Committed along with his older brother to Texas this past spring.
37.RBMalik Dear (Twitter)
Murrah (Jackson, Miss)
5-10, 201

Dear is a dynamic offensive weapon who was named the Class 6A offensive player of the year in Mississippi last fall as a sophomore, rushing for 1,580 yards and adding another 623 yards receiving while totaling 32 touchdowns. He dominated at the Memphis NFTC despite a bum ankle, posting a 110.67 SPARQ Rating including a 4.45 40 and 34.9 inch vertical jump. Alabama, Ole Miss and USC are amongst his early offers.
38.CBEric Glover-Williams (@LastKing_Glover)
McKinley (Canton, Ohio)
5-11, 165

39.SMarvell Tell (@marvelltell7)
Crespi (Encino, Calif.)
6-1, 180

A real rangy safety with football instincts that allow him to sniff out plays quickly and be a force around the LOS. Plays very physical and finishes every play. Also has shown the ability to match up versus slot receivers and hold his own. Posted a 94.05 Sparq rating at the Los Angeles NFTC, showing off elite athleticism throughout testing. That’s why the likes of Cal, Nebraska, UCLA, Miami, Washington and Tennessee have put their bids in for his services.
40.CBTyrek Cole (@Cole_island)
Miramar (Miramar, Fla.)
5-10, 165

The Miramar football program has turned into a South Florida DB factory and Cole is the next in line. Despite playing on the big stage alongside other elite talent, Cole’s play stood out even as an underclassmen. Did very well at the 2013 Miami NFTC locking receivers up and showing great patience and technique in 1-on-1’s. Miami, Florida, West Virginia, Florida State and Clemson have made early offers to the talented corner
41.CBRico McGraw (@LoveHateRico)
Ensworth (Nashville, Tenn.)
6-0, 180

42.DTJacob Daniel (@Jdan_CTMD)
Clovis North (Clovis, Calif.)
6-4, 300

Daniel has a space eater's physique with a disruptor's athleticism. Displays a truly unique skill set, but stood out initially due to his eagerness to learn at the Oakland NFTC. Worked hard despite the heat and emerged as one of the top linemen at the event. Like most guys his age and height, has a tendency to play high, but shows the athleticism and flexibility to overcome that. Plays to the echo of the whistle and should only improve on the field this year.
43.DLCanton Kaumatule
Punahou (Honolulu, Hawaii)
6-7, 250

44.SKendrell McFadden (@Omc_CoolKen)
McArthur (Hollywood, Fla.)
6-2, 185

McFadden made his presence known after an elite performance as a freshmanat the 2012 Nike Football Training Camps. Once you turn the tape on you can’t help but be impressed by how quickly he finds the football. Has elite hips for a tall player and impresses with his aggressiveness in the box as a strong safety at the high school level. Moving him to free safety to patrol centerfield at the next level will allow him to be a pure turnover creator. Offers include Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Indiana, Kansas State, UNC, Purdue, West Virginia and Texas A&M.
45.DTDaron Payne (@RETROLIVIN_)
Shades Valley (Irondale, Ala.)
6-3, 315

46.OLChuma Edoga (@edogawd)
McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.)
6-3, 273

Edoga shined against an unreal group of DL at the Atlanta NFTC that netted three Opening invites. Ran a 5.04 40 and is an elite athlete among a good 2015 OL group. His growth over the next year will dictate whether he slides inside to guard, but is a can't-miss recruit at this stage. Offers include Georgia, Florida State, Miami, and Auburn. Was a 2012 All Region 4-AAAAAA honoree.
47.LBRicky DeBerry (@D1Dreams22)
St. Christopher's (Richmond, Va.)
6-2, 200

Shows flashes of excellence on the edge and in space. Also is the star RB, which only enhances his football IQ. Has a lot of the same qualities as Chicago Bears perennial Pro Bowler Lance Briggs in that he can play in either a 40 or 30 front and will still find a way to be a ball magnet and focal point of the opposing offense. One of the most feared players in the Richmond area already has offers from Auburn, Baylor, Clemson, Miami, Nebraska, and Mississippi St.
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48.RBChris Warren (@ScorealldayCW25)
Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas)

The son of former Seattle Seahawk three-time Pro Bowler Chris Warren has a similar skill set with the only question being will he grow into another position possibly. Warren ran for 1,059 yards and 13 scores as a junior but also had five tackles and a sack the one game he lined up at defensive end. Posted a 99.00 SPARQ Rating at the Dallas NFTC, clocking a 4.62 40 and has Texas, Texas A&M, Ohio State and Oklahoma offers already.
49.TEDevonaire Clarington (@dev_go_deep)
Westminster Christian (Miami, Fla.)
6-5.5, 225

As freaky as Campbell is at nearly 6-4 with 4.3 speed, Clarington comes close in the wow factor in terms of his build and athletic ability. Dropped jaws back in March at the Miami NFTC and had every reporter and observer asking who he was. Played his sophomore year at Miami Southridge and will move to high-powered passing attack at Westminster Christian this fall; Big 3 in Florida plus Alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame etc. have offered.
50.QBKyler Murray (@TheKylerMurray)
Allen (Allen, Texas)
5-11, 170

There might not be a more polished signal caller in this class than the fleet-footed Murray. He can flat out throw the ball and even more impressive is his ability to anticipate windows when throwing downfield. Don't think because of his size that he is limited in what he can do on the field. Playing in the nations biggest high school football stadium as just a sophomore he lead Allen High School to a state title and earning Offensive MVP in one of the nations toughest divisions. Ohio State, Texas, Clemson and Texas A&M have all offered.
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51.ATHKerryon Johnson (@AyeyoKEJO)
Madison Academy (Madison, Ala.)
6-1, 190

52.SLarry Pryor (@jr_2015Athlete)
Sulphur Springs (Sulphur Springs, Texas)
6-0, 190

53.DTShy Tuttle (@KingTut_90)
North Davidson (Lexington, N.C.)
6-2, 295

54.RBTaj Griffin (@TG__7)
McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.)
5-9, 171

There may not be a more explosive back in the Class of '15 than Griffin, and colleges seem to agree as he's already pushing 20 offers. The speedster attended the Atlanta Nike SPARQ Combine for the third straight year this spring, upping his SPARQ Rating to 105.42 from 91.50 the prior spring by running a 4.43 40 and jumping 40 inches in the vertical in freezing conditions. Was a second team all-region pick on the field in 2012 as a sophomore and Georgia and Ohio State seem to be his early favorites.
55.DEMekhi Brown (@mekhibrown_10)
Carver (Columbus, Ga.)
6-5, 220

The Alabama commit worked alongside Lorenzo Carter at the Atlanta NFTC, and it was hard not to compare the two long, lean defensive ends. Doesn't have the freaky athleticism Carter showed at The Opening, but is further along than Carter as a technician as a sophomore. Ran a 4.84 40 and was able to bend the edge on the tackles in attendance. Has long arms and a great frame that should allow him to eventually be a 250+ pound edge rusher. Was a 2012 Class AAA Honorable Mention All-State selection as a sophomore and is a guy who is just tapping into his immense potential.
56.OLDrew Richmond (@TheDream_75)
Memphis University School (Memphis, Tenn.)
6-6, 305

Richmond had his struggles at the Memphis NFTC, but the tape doesn't lie, Richmond is elite. Richmond should go into his senior season as the top tackle prospect in the 2015 class. Has elite size, feet and length and is already being courted by the likes of Alabama, Florida, Ohio State and Tennessee.
57.CBTarvarus McFadden (@tee_time24)
American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)
6-2, 188

He has the frame and instincts to be a big-time defensive back. Made a ton of plays in 1-on-1’s and half skelly period that highlighted his football IQ. Is a naturally quiet guy, but is able to flip that switch when he steps on the field. McFadden is also an electric return man, and the impact he makes on the game has drawn the attention of elite BCS programs such as Florida State, LSU, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Georgia, and Boston College.
58.WRBrian Cole (@Young__Kid__)
Heritage (Saginaw, Mich.)
6-2, 200

59.WRTyron Johnson (@_TBJ13)
Warren Easton (New Orleans, La.)
6-1, 180

Johnson isn't the biggest nor the fastest wideout in the Class of '15, but there may not be a better one with the ball in his hands, whether after the catch or on kick returns. Stock has shot through the roof this off-season, with strong camp outings drawing offers from the likes of LSU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Clemson.
60.DTAlbert Huggins (@Im_The_Hulk)
Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Orangeburg, S.C.)
6-3, 280

61.RBRodney Anderson
Katy (Katy, Texas)
6-0.5, 205

Anderson has already scored 42 total touchdowns as a freshman and sophomore at one of the nation's top programs in Katy, and will now takeover primary ball-carrying duties for his final two years with 100 easily in reach by the end of his career. Is a big, physical back but also has breakaway speed – posted a 109.29 SPARQ at the Houston Nike SPARQ Combine. Texas A&M commit is one of many outstanding Lone Star State backs in the Class of 2015.
62.CBStanley Norman (@_NDScrappy)
Culver City (Culver City, Calif.)
5-11, 165

Norman is a two-way starter for his high school team, but DB will be his natural position in college. He plays much bigger than he is and thrives on matching up versus the opponent's top receiver. Norman has offers from USC, UCLA, and San Jose State after picking off 7 passes as a sophomore and earning Sophomore All-State Honors. Impressed at the 2013 LA NFTC and turned a lot of heads locking down California’s top WR’s.
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63.OLFred Ulu-Perry (@FredUluPerryJr)
St. Louis (Honolulu, Hawaii)
6-1, 301

Ulu-Perry was nearly named MVP at the LA NFTC in a group that included Opening invites Damien Mama, Viane Talamaivao, and Toa Lobendahn. He was that good at guard. Is a bit under-the-radar due to being out on the islands, but was as dominant as any sophomore we saw at an NFTC. Clocked a 4.78 shuttle back in 2012 at 300 pounds. Has early offers from Hawaii and Washington State.
64.LBCameron Smith (@SmithCameron55)
Granite Bay (Granite Bay, Calif.)
6-2, 245

65.CBGarrett Taylor (@gtaychillin)
St. Christopher's (Richmond, Va.)
6-1, 185

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66.SDeionte Thompson (@playmaker_11)
West Orange-Stark (Orange, TX)
6-1, 175

Thompson committed early on to Alabama, but that hasn't kept other college programs from entering the picture. Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M are all working hard to swing him their way. Despite playing in a loaded secondary at West Orange-Stark, Thompson emerged as a natural leader in the secondary as just a sophomore. This safety has great ball-hawking ability and earned District Defensive Newcomer of the Year honors in 2012.
67.CBJaquan Johnson (@AuthenticMade_Q)
Killian (Miami, Fla.)
5-10, 170

68.DEKeisean Lucier-South (@KLSouth16)
Orange Lutheran (Orange, Calif.)
6-4, 200

The rangy Lucier-South earned the moniker Jason Taylor from the NFTC coaches due to his long lanky frame, but he also showed signs that he can play like him too. Lucier-South is a guy that has the frame to fill out into a true D-end, but has also experimented with his hand off the ground as an outside linebacker. The next few years will determine if he's in a 2 or 3-point stance, but no matter where he plays, there is no doubt Lucier-South's main task will be getting after the quarterback. Has offers from UCLA, Tennessee, Texas and Miami coming off an 11.5 sack sophomore season.
69.QBBrandon Wimbush(@BrandonW_7 )
St. Peter’s Prep (Jersey City, N.J.)
6-2, 200

Before ever starting a varsity game, Wimbush had the attention of college coaches, with four offers heading into his sophomore season. He had an exceptional workout at the D.C Elite 11 where he became the only underclassmen this year to earn a shot in the “pressure chamber." There is no doubt that he could make an immediate impact at whatever college he chooses. Miami, Maryland, Connecticut, Boston College and Rutgers have all offered.
70.WRShawn Burgess (@shawn_burgess2)
Monarch (Coconut Creek, Fla.)
6-0, 185

71.LBJustin Hilliard (@1Justinhilliard)
St. Xavier (Cincinnati, Ohio)
6-2, 210

72.LBJerome Baker (@LastName_Baker)
Benedictine (Cleveland, Ohio)
6-1, 202

73.SDominique Roseboro
Crest (Shelby, N.C.)
6-0, 180

74.RBDerrius Guice (@DhaSickest)
Catholic (Baton Rouge, La.)
5-11, 205

75.OLMatt Burrell (@_WeArentTheSAME)
Hylton (Woodbridge, Va.)
6-3.5, 280

Was the third member of an elite underclassmen group on the OL in Washington DC. Possesses great power, and with another year of training should have the type of feet that will allow him to hang with speed rushers off the edge. Has the type of nastiness that stands out on tape and in person. Already has offers from big programs across the country such as Ohio State, Penn State, Alabama, and Arkansas.
76.OLTristen Hoge (@HogeTristen)
Highland (Pocatello, Idaho)
6-4, 284

The big center made some noise at the last NFTC in 2013 in Oregon where he stood out through SPARQ and position drills. Incredibly athletic and has a great motor. Is a bit raw in pass pro technique, but possesses great pad level and long arms. Should go into next year's NFTC tour as the top center on the board. Has offers from Notre Dame, LSU, Penn State, Stanford and UCLA.
77.DED'Andre Walker (@LuxuryLife1K)
Langston Hughes (Fairburn, Ga.)
6-3, 210

78.QBBrady White (@BradyWhite223)
Hart (Newhall, Calif.)
6-0.5, 180

79.RBLarry Scott
Hubbard (Hubbard, Ohio)
6-1, 215

80.RBJay Bradford (@Bradford20Jb)
Splendora (Splendora, Texas)
5-10, 190

81.RB Nick Brossette (@NBrossette)
University Lab (Baton Rouge, La.)
5-11, 210

82.RBJordan Scarlett (@famousscarlett)
University School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
6-0, 205

83.WRPreston Williams (@ThResort)
Lovejoy (Lovejoy, Ga.)
6-5, 190

84.OLJake Fruhmorgen (@Jfruhmorgen)
Plant (Tampa, Fla.)
6-5, 255

85.DEShameik Blackshear (@Almighty_Sham)
Bluffton (Bluffton, S.C.)
6-4, 230

86.OLNoah Green (@CapnOf_TheArk)
Boiling Springs (Spartanburg, SC)
6-4, 271

Green logged the highest SPARQ Rating for any offensive linemen on the 2013 tour back at the Charlotte Nike Combine (104.79) and followed it up with an impressive performance at the next day's NFTC. Has great feet and flexibility, but like most young fellas, needs to fill out his upper body to hang with some of the bigger DL he'll see the next few years. Green has committed to Clemson over offers from South Carolina and Vandy among others.
87.CBJordan Whitehead (@j_whiz_3)
Central Valley (Monaca, PA)
6-0, 175

Another elite talent that jumped on our radar early with a 75.60 SPARQ rating following his freshman campaign in 2012. Improved that rating 20 points to a 95.64 rating with a 4.57 40 at the Massillon SPARQ combine. A triple-threat athlete, Whitehead averaged a whopping 10 yards per carry on offense, collected 3 INT’s on defense, and was extremely explosive in the return game. Although Whitehead may be recruited as an athlete, the ball-hawk could be special at cornerback. Offers include Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State.
88.RBDeSherrius Flowers (@DF_Cloudchaser1)
Vigor (Pritchard, Ala.)
6-1, 215

89.DEByron Cowart (@ByronHawkStar99)
Armwood (Seffner, Fla.)
6-3, 220

90.ATHJ.W. Ketchum
Thurgood Marshall (Missouri City, Texas)
5-11 ½, 201

With over 1,000 yards both on the ground and in the air last season, one could argue that Ketchum might be the top duel-threat player in the country. Ketchum earned Offensive Player of the Year honors in his district after accounting for 51 touchdowns, and has been offered by Texas, Texas A&M and Baylor, along with LSU. Don’t expect him to convert to a new position in college, as he proved to be an adequate passer at both the NFTC and Elite 11 in Dallas this past year.
91.RBEric Swinney (@EricSwinney)
Sandy Creek (Tyrone, Ga.)
5-9, 179

Swinney carved out a major role for Peach State powerhouse Sandy Creek last fall, racing for 1,350 yards and 21 touchdowns on the ground to earn honorable mention all-state honors. Showed up big-time at the Atlanta NFTC in April, clocking a 4.52 40 and jumping 35.2 inches in the vertical on his way to a 105.63 SPARQ Rating, and offers from Ole Miss, FSU, Auburn, Tennessee and others have come in since.
92.WRDesean Holmes (@seanholmes23)
Bishop Alemany (Mission Hills, Calif.)
5-9, 160

Holmes could emerge as the biggest playmaker in California for the Class of '15. Put up good numbers with 26 catches for 600 yards as a sophomore but should explode this fall as the Warriors' primary pass-catcher with USC-signee Steven Mitchell's graduation. USC, UCLA, Oklahoma and others have already offered.
93.QBTy Storey (@tystorey4)
Charleston (Charleston, Ark.)
6-3, 216

Storey had a huge sophomore season posting 4,397 yards passing with 48 touchdowns and capping off the season with a commitment to stay in state at Arkansas over offers from Alabama and Auburn. Sets himself apart with his ability to manage a game at this point in his career. With a new regime taking over at Arkansas, Storey could be a huge boost for the Razorbacks in the years to come and should help keep them competitive in the tough SEC.
94.RBDamien Harris (@Damien_D1Harris)
Madison Souther (Berea, Ky.)
5-11, 205

95.RBJa'Mychal Hasty (@RoadToGlory3)
Longview (Longview, Texas)
5-8, 180

96.LBNatrez Patrick
Mays (Atlanta, GA)
6-3 220

A physically put together prospect, Patrick’s burst, intelligence, and aggressiveness have just about everyone in SEC country drooling, including the likes of Georgia, Florida, Alabama and South Carolina. Collected 14 sacks off the edge and made a ton of plays in the backfield chasing plays down plays with his relentless motor. Is already one of the elite 3-4 OLBs in the class of 2015.
97.LBAnthony Wheeler (@SOS_Wheeler40)
Skyline (Dallas, TX)
6-2, 215

A relentless ball tracker, Wheeler makes plays all over the football field. Really impressed the NFTC coaches at the Dallas NFTC with his ability to match up with quick backs in space and punish TE’s and bigger backs in the pass rush period. Big time programs such as Texas, Texas A&M, Michigan, Michigan St. and Ole Miss have already sent offers Wheeler’s way.
98.OLJavon Patterson (@JPatterson__8)
Petal (Petal, Miss.)
6-3, 277
99.WRDevante Peete
St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
6-5, 180

100.LBChris Green (@BigDaddyGreen45 )
Central Catholic (Toledo, OH)
6-0, 226

Carries a real physical presence with him once the pads are strapped on. Green is very good at tracking the ball and making plays in key moments of the game. Led the State Champs in tackles with nearly 100 stops as a sophomore on a team loaded with talent. Green also does a good job timing his blitzes, showing he’s also a very cerebral player. Currently sports offers from Penn Sate and Kentucky, but expect the Central Catholic coach's office to be flooded with more offers this Spring.
Updated: October 9, 2013


  1. Bragg Swag

    June 11, 2014 at 11:53 am

    The top 50 seems to be missing any sort of T.E. Am I overlooking something?

    • Tom

      August 24, 2014 at 10:55 pm

      Arlando Hadden Jr needs to be on the list corner for MLK #7

    • Tom

      August 31, 2014 at 1:40 am

      Arlando Hadden Jr class of 2015 CB/SS is one of the best DB’s in Georgia and everyone will know that by the end of the season the summer work has paid off improving his 40 time to 4.43 hand time he will be going head to head with legitimate D1 committed receivers with size he’s been rated a 2 star CB looking forward to see how his battles goes against the talented group of receivers on there schedule.

  2. hassan

    May 18, 2014 at 6:37 am

    Check out Arlando Hadden Jr DB At Martin Luther KIng Highschool in Lithonia Ga. the best athlete on the teams combination of speed and power he is being recruited by Savannah St university,Marist,MSJ, and St. Olaf and his sparq rating was 92.87 and that was coming off ACL sugery 10/05/13.

  3. Ernie Malas

    April 7, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Reagan Malas -6’1 190lb. 2015 Safety Dublin Coffman – 109.83 SPARQ with top 10 NIKE shuttle of 4.00 -4 FLAT!!…….86 tackles, 4 blocked kicks, 4 TFL, and 4 Forced Fumbles in big scholl Division 1 in Ohio. Just timed @ 4.46 40 yd. March 15th @ MSR Ohio combine. That’s Top 100 material.

  4. Pastor James C. Jackson III

    March 21, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    Watch for James C. Jackson IV of Ransom Everglades School, Class of 2018, in 2014 football high school season. Ranked 14th overall at the Nike Sparq Combine in Miami, FL. RB/MLB, 160lbs, 5′ 9″, rushed for over 4,900 yards during 6th through 8th grades at Ransom Everglades Middle School. Runs the 100, 200, 400, and 4X100 for the High School Track and Field Team. Explosive and strong. Will run over the defense, and beat them on the outside run. Look for James IV to be very explosive, and to put up some good stats during his 2014 High School debut. Very humble young man, willing to work hard, and help others succeed. He is a 3 sport starting athlete (Basketball MVP, Football MVP, and Track and Field MVP).

    Pastor James C. Jackson III

  5. trenton smith

    March 17, 2014 at 6:55 am

    watch this kid levante bellamy he is a monster. highly underestimated. He will get offers. just wait on it.

  6. Gretchen

    March 1, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    How about a HOT list for the class of 2016?

  7. Caroline Chinouth

    February 24, 2014 at 4:58 am

    How do you get into the Hot 100 list? Check out first-time Nike Sparq combine participant, Ethan Thomas (Class of 2015 RB), rated 92.13 in Charlotte, at his YouTube channel:

    • todd

      February 25, 2014 at 8:53 am

      We are constantly evaluating based on tape, combine performance, projection as a college player and performance at the Nike Camps. Thanks for sending Ethan’s tape over.

      • Joseph Chatman

        March 7, 2014 at 11:59 am

        Deunte chatman of Houston posted the 2nd highest sparq score in the country so far.Do you guys have film on his performances and if not where can he send it to

      • Joseph Chatman

        March 7, 2014 at 12:00 pm

        Chatman is the class of 2015 and he posted a 130.44 sparq score in houston

  8. Marvin Steward Jr

    February 12, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Class of 2015 6’3 220 DE/LB BRANDON BRINSON Ellender High School great against zone read offenses! He has that jerk taking care of his responsibilities against dual threats under center. Brandon is good against pocket passers and playing the run also.

  9. Ronnie Harris jr.

    February 9, 2014 at 10:17 am

    Be afraid of the beast Ronnie Harris jr. From richmond hill high,richmond hill georgia 5’11” 200# 2015.

  10. Marvin

    February 8, 2014 at 9:48 am

    Watch out for Brandon Brinson Ellender High School lightning in a bottle March 1 2014.

  11. Karey Hall

    February 2, 2014 at 8:14 am

    LET’ GET IT ! KWINCY “Q” HALL 2018 (ATH) Wasted no time letting the East Coast recruiters to be on the look out for this guy. You heard of Tavon Austin (formerly WV and current St Louis Rams) and seen lightning in the sky. Now you will eventually see both at the same time when you watch Kwincy Hall on the field. Top 8th prospect at Nike Combine 2014 New Jersey

  12. Ryan Brand Sr.

    January 7, 2014 at 7:35 pm

    Ryan Brand – University of Detroit Jesuit High School QB/SS/ATH
    Ryan shares characteristics of Russell Wilson, 5’10”, 180 lbs. Can throw and run, great leadership and makes big plays. Has trained with Steve Clarkson along side Brady White, Ricky Town and many other top players. He should be considered for this list… Thanks..

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