High School Football Recruiting: 2013 Top 100 Watch List

RankNameComments
NRAustin Allen, QBFayetteville (AR)6-1/175
Following in the footsteps of older brother Brandon.
NRMarley Allison, DB/WREdina (MN)5-10/185
Had two games with multiple interceptions en route to all-conference honorable mention.
NRAaron BaileyBolingbrook (IL)6-1/180
Smooth athlete may see time at quarterback in 2010.
NRNadir Barnwell, DBPiscataway (NJ)5-10/170
Made an instant impact at New Jersey's NFL factory.
NRMarcus Baugh, LB/TEJW North (Riverside, CA)6-4/200
NRB.j. Beecher, QBConcord (NC)6-6/180
Took over as the starting QB midway through the season and as Concord fans excited for the future.
NRMarquise Blanchard, LBJackson (Miami, FL)6-2/190
NRAnder Bodkin, OLLincoln (Tallahassee, FL)6-4/280
Could be the next major prospect from one of the country'stop talent-producing programs.
NRKyle BolinLexington Catholic (Lexington, KY)6-3/175
Will make his debut as varsity QB this season.
NRJaynard Bostwick, DE/TECentennial (Port St. Lucie, FL)6-4/250
NRDontrell Brown, WR/DBCentral Catholic (Morgan City, LA)6-3/180
An all-state selection after a very productive ninth-grade season
NRDevaris Brunson, LBLake City (SC)6-0/205
NRGreg BryantAmerican Heritage (Delray Beach, FL)5-10/180
Versatile, mature athlete can play several positions.
NRRyan BurnsStone Bridge (Ashburn, VA)6-5/200
Boasting prototypical size, Burns already has colleges knocking at his door.
NRCharles Clark, DBKing's Fork (Suffolk, VA)5-10/170
NRDavid Coggins, WRSacred Heart (Waterbury, CT)6-1/180
Recorded 1,129 receiving yards and 12 TDs last year.
NRAntonio ConnorSouth Panola (Batesville, MS)6-2/192
Freshman starter for Mississippi's 6A state champ.
NRElijah Daniel, DEAvon (IN)6-3/230
Found his way to the backfield often as a freshman.
NRDustin Dennig, OLWashington (South Bend, IN)6-5/285
NRRiley Ferguson, QBButler (Matthews, NC)6-2/175
On most other teams, Feruson would be a sophomore star.
NRReuben Foster, LBTroup County (LaGrange, GA)6-2/205
Already a target of several SEC schools.
NRChristopher FoxPonderosa (Parker, CO)6-4/280
NRJeremiah Gaines, LBRed Oak (TX)6-3/240
Registered 75 tackles a year ago.
NRTyrell Gibbs, WR/FSSt. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, NJ)6-3/170
The next in a long line of great Marauders safeties, Gibbs can also play receiver.
NRTyree Gray, LB/RBKlein Forest (Houston, TX)6-3/235
Massive frame for his age, position.
NRKeyante Green, RBEagle's Landing Christian Academy (McDonough, GA)5-8/185
One of the most impressive freshmen in the state last year.
NRZach GuiserGreensburg Central Catholic (Greensburg, PA)5-10/125
NRJason Hatcher, DE/LBTrinity (Louisville, KY)6-3
Two-sport star for the Shamrocks.
NRDerrick Henry, RBYulee (FL)6-2/215
Mammoth athlete who may have a future another position.
NRJosh HickeyMarist (Chicago, IL)6-4/285
NRKelly Hilinski, QBNotre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA)6-5/220
Could be then next great QB from Southern California.
NRDarrien Howard, LBChaminade-Julienne (Dayton, OH)6-2/245
Stout linebacker has great strength to play inside.
NRJordan Huff, RBSt. Paul's Episcopal (Mobile, AL)5-10/185
NRTy IsaacCatholic Academy (Joliet, IL)6-2/185
NRDesmond JacksonWest Rowan (Mt. Ulla, NC)5-9/170
Should contribute to an offense that loses the state's all-time leading rusher, K.P. Parks.
NRJeremy Johnson, QBCarver (Montgomery, AL)6-6/220
Was terrific on the summer 7-on-7 scene.
NRTravis Johnson, WRJesuit (Tampa, FL)6-4/200
Tall target hauled in 29 passes in 2009.
NRAlston Johnson-keysGar-Field (Woodbridge, VA)5-10/185
One of the fastest freshmen in the nation last year.
NRPeter Kalambayi, LBButler (Matthews, NC)6-3/225
Was a defensive playmaker for Butler throughout their championship run.
NRKyle Kempt, QBWashington (Massillon, OH)6-5/190
Big things are expected from the transfer from Oregon.
NRDevante Kincade, QBSkyline (Dallas, TX)6-2/190
NRAndreu Kirby, OLTrinity (Euless, TX)6-4/330
NRReeve Koehler, OLSt. Louis (Honolulu, HI)6-3/300
Claimed offers before ninth grade.
NRChris Laviano, QBHoly Trinity (Hicksville, NY)6-1/180
NRE.j. Levenberry, LBDeMatha (Hyattsville, MD)6-3/220
Appears to be the next big DeMatha recruit.
NRJohn Lopez, OL/DLOrange Lutheran (Orange, CA)6-5/310
Didn't receive any varsity playing time, but received a college offer.
NRLowell Lotulelei, DLBingham (South Jordan, UT)6-2/270
NRJamie MajorPiedmont (AL)6-1/205
Had 133 tackles for 3A state champion Piedmont.
NRLamel Matthews, QBDunbar (Washington, DC)6-2/174
Dual-threat was an all-league selection.
NRDemetri McGill, DTOcean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA)6-2/285
NRLeon McQuay, DBArmwood (Seffner, FL)6-2/176
Speedy defensive back has great bloodlines.
NRDorian Miller, OL/DTMetuchen (NJ)6-5/270
Massive two-way lineman has a bright future.
NRJaylen Miller, DLGaffney (SC)6-3/250
Made a huge splash with 13 tackles for loss and 13 sacks.
NRMykal MoodyConway (SC)5-10/170
NRDaquin Moore, WR/SHampton (VA)6-4/190
Can play receiver or defensive back.
NRGary Moore, WR/DEClarksville (TX)6-5/210
Big-time talent at a small school.
NRWesley Norris, LB/FBShelby (NC)6-0/205
NRDorian O'Daniel, RBOur Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, MD)5-11/180
Should challenge2012 RB Wes Brown for carries.
NRJohnny O'Neal, LBWest Laurens (Dublin, GA)6-2/230
After one season, already has a sensational highlight tape.
NRKhleem Perkins, QB/SSSan Bernardino (CA)6-4/180
Coach says his size, skill set reminds him of Taylor Mays.
NRLovell Peterson, OLWayne (Huber Heights, OH)6-3/280
Already becoming Wayne's next big recruit.
NREddie Printz, QBLassiter (Marietta, GA)6-3/200
Highly-touted signal caller is primed for a breakout season.
NRBrice RamseyCamden County (Kingsland, GA)6-3/170
Should provide a new downfield threat to Camden County's run-heavy attack.
NRHayden Rettig, QBCathedral (Los Angeles, CA)6-3/190
Older brother Chase is a freshman QB at Boston College.
NRTyree Robinson, QB/FSLincoln (San Diego, CA)6-4/190
He and brother Tyrell may be destined for basketball greatness, but both are accomplished football players.
NRDane Rogers, DECrest (Shelby, NC)6-3/180
NRJake Roh, WRChaparral (Scottsdale, AZ)6-2/185
Older brother Craig started at LB for Michigan in 2009.
NRCord Sandberg, QBManatee (Bradenton, FL)6-2/186
An outstanding performance in Manatee's spring game has fans expecting great things in 2010.
NRDeondre Skinner, TEPatterson (LA)6-4/195
With the spotlight on Kenny Hilliard, Skinner may catch some by surprise this season.
NRJaylon Smith, RbBishop Luers (Fort Wayne, IN)6-3/202
NRJarrett Solomon, QBBishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)6-0/202
Led the Gaels' high-powered offense as a ninth grader.
NRDeion Stitt, QBBayside (Virginia Beach, VA)5-11/161
Had some growing pains, but got valuable experience that will lay the groundwork for an outstanding career.
NRMatt Stuart, QBLindbergh (Renton, WA)6-4/220
Was an all-league selection.
NRKelvin TaylorGlades Day (Belle Glade, FL)5-10/190
MaxPreps' National Freshman of the Year.
NRDymonte ThomasMarlington (Alliance, OH)6-1/170
Good size, speed blend.
NRJake Thomas, OT/TEColumbus (MS)6-6/270
One of the best frames of all freshmen last year.
NRAustin Thompson, LBHarmony Grove (Camden, AR)6-3/245
NRCameron ToneyHuntsville (AL)6-4
Rangy linebacker can play offense, and basketball.
NRThomas Tyner, RB/LBAloha (Beaverton, OR)6-2/198
NRVita Vea, TE/LBMilpitas (CA)6-4/260
Received league Freshman of the Year honors.
NRD.j. Ward, TE/DELawton (OK)6-4/224
Saw limited action as a frosh, but is already turning heads with his size.
NRTroy WilliamsNarbonne (Harbor City, CA)6-2/180
In a class with several stands QBs from California, Williams could end up being the best.
NRDamian Williams, QBArchbishop Rummel (Metairie, LA)6-0/180
Nearly led his team to a 5A state title.
NRDevin Wilson, WR/DBMontour (McKees Rocks, PA)6-3/170
NRDezmond Wortham, RB/LBHebron (Carrollton, TX)5-11/190
Perhaps even more efficient at RB, where he rushed for 762 yards and 6 TDs.
NRQuron Wright, RBHoly Name Central Catholic (Worcester, MA)5-7/165
Displayed a nose for the ball at defensive back while excelling at RB duties.
NRSonni Young, WR/DBDeKalb County (Smithville, TN)6-4/165
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