MaxPreps.com and CBS Sports recruiting analyst Tom Lemming hits the road each year in search of the nation's top high school football prospects.
Meeting with recruits and coaches, watching film and taking in games live gives Lemming a unique perspective on blue chip gridiron talent.
Here is Lemming's take on each player in MaxPreps.com's recently-released Class of 2011 Top 100;
1. James Wilder, RB, 6-2, 220, Tampa, Fla. (Plant)
Wilder played both sides of the ball to help lead Plant to a state title in one of the most productive states in the country, and even looked fantastic when he tried his hand as a cover corner at the All-American combine in San Antonio. The son of a former all-pro running back of the same name, Wilder could have an All-American career waiting for him at linebacker, though schools have told him he can be a difference maker at running back.
2. Jadeveon Clowney, DE, 6-6, 240, South Pointe (Rock Hill, S.C.)
Clowney has as much natural ability as any player in the country. A prototypical defensive end, he has an NFL body to go along with burst, long arms, instincts and production (26 sacks as a junior).
3. Cyrus Kouandjio, OL, 6-7, 290, DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.)
After naming an offensive lineman the No. 1 player for the first time last year, 2010 has plenty to offer in the way of quality prospects with Kouandjio leading the way. He looks thin at 290 pounds and has been blessed with long arms, quick feet, great attitude and desire. He has tremendous ability, which makes everything look easy for him. Alabama has been the front-runner since signing his brother Arie in February.
4. Stephone Anthony, LB, 6-3, 220, Anson (Wadesboro, N.C.)
"Scoota" has athletic ability in abundance and is productive on the field. Anthony is a lights-out, two-time All-State inside linebacker who also played outside linebacker.
5. Kenny Hilliard, RB, 5-11, 230, Patterson (La.)
A power-back with size, strength, speed, balance and instinct, Hilliard is only 1,400 yards away from breaking Louisiana's career rushing record. Despite being a marked man since his freshman year, he has averaged nine yards per carry in that time span. Committed to LSU.
6. Brandon Shell, OL, 6-7, 290, Goose Creek (S.C.)
Shell already has the build of an NFL player to go along with agility, body control and strength. The great nephew of Art Shell, the towering lineman has many of the characteristics that made his great uncle a Hall of Famer.
7. La'El Collins, OL, 6-5, 285, Redemptorist (Baton Rouge, La.)
A two-time first team All-State selection at tackle, Collins is a big, physical player who has dominated since his freshman year. Committed to LSU.
8. Braxton Miller, QB, 6-3, 200, Wayne (Huber Heights, Ohio)
Perfectly suited for the spread offense, Miller's outstanding running skills and cannon arm allowed him to combine for nearly 2,000 yards in 2009, despite the fact that he missed two games due to injuries. Committed to Ohio State.
9. Karlos Williams, DB, 6-2, 210, Ridge (Davenport, Fla.)
Watching Karlos on film is like watching Taylor Mays. He's a thumper with terrific all-around skills, posting a 38-inch vertical leap, a 350-pound bench and a 10.6 in the 100 meters. Committed to Florida State.
10. Malcolm Brown, RB, 6-1, 215, Steele (Cibolo, Texas)
A power back with brilliant speed, vision, balance and instincts, Brown ran for 2,170 yards and 33 touchdowns on his way to earning district MVP honors last fall.
11. Jeoffrey Pagan, DE, 6-4, 250, Asheville (N.C.)
Pagan has great burst, balance and flexibility, and can also come off the ball low and with purpose. He's a dominating defensive end, the No. 1 prospect in western North Carolina and a great catch for the Florida Gators.
12. Christian Lemay, QB, 6-3, 195, Butler (Matthews, N.C.)
With the popularity of the spread offense, it's getting tougher to find pro-style quarterbacks. LeMay's film shows a very accurate, rifle-armed signal caller with outstanding footwork and leadership skills. He threw for 3,300 yards and 44 touchdowns last season and was picked off just twice. Committed to Georgia.
13. Aaron Green, RB, 5-11, 180, Madison (San Antonio, Texas)
Despite a so-so junior year (1,133 yards and 11 touchdowns), Green still brings brilliant speed, vision and game-breaking ability to the recruiting table.
14. Ray Drew, DE, 6-5, 245, Thomas County Central (Thomasville, Ga.)
An ordained minister at 17 years old, he is also a sure-fire All-American. Drew showed great speed in his pass rush en route to earning regional Defensive Player of the Year honors. Georgia, Florida and Florida State are among the leaders.
15. Kiehl Frazier, QB, 6-3, 210, Shiloh Christian (Springdale, Ark.)
A product of the spread offense, Frazier is a remarkably gifted signal-caller as accurate as they come. He shows the ability to escape the pocket, has been blessed with a strong arm and can make all the throws. He also has the running ability to keep a defense honest, rushing for 756 yards and 14 scores in 2009 while throwing for 3,817 yards and 49 TDs.
16. Wayne Lyons, DB, 6-0, 185, Dillard (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
While he may not have great size or speed, Lyons can play the game. One of the country's most aggressive defensive players, he's been blessed with terrific instincts and burst.
17. Jermauria Rasco, DE, 6-4, 244, Evangel Christian (Shreveport, La.)
Despite facing double and triple teams, this Julius Peppers-type pass rusher totaled 12½ sacks last season and had 26 as a sophomore in 2008.
18. Anthony Johnson, DT, 6-3, 285, O. Perry Walker (New Orleans, La.)
The third LSU commit in our top 20, Johnson is big, tough, super-strong and quick-footed. He was voted Louisiana's Defensive Player of the Year last year, and for good reason; he accumulated 16 sacks while dominating the action from the start of the season to the end. An aggressive player with a take-no-prisoners attitude, he has what it takes to become an instant-impact player for the Tigers.
19. Herschel Sims, RB, 5-9, 190, Abilene (Texas)
The third running back from Texas to make our top 20, Sims ran a 10.7 in the 100 meters and almost single-handedly led his football team to a state title. With terrific vision, balance and the ability to make quick decisions, he should be an impact player at Oklahoma State.
20. Antonio Richardson, OL, 6-6, 300, Ensworth (Nashville, Tenn.)
Richardson is the consummate left tackle, blessed with quick hands and even quicker feet, allowing him to slide and mirror with the best of them. Speed pass-rushers seem to have no chance against Richardson, who should weigh 320 to 330 in college.
21. Bubba Starling, QB, 6-5, 200, Gardner Edgerton (Kan.)
One of the nation's premier athletes, Bubba, like the Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer, is a three-sport all-stater. Though his best sport may be baseball, where he's batting close to .600 and throws 95 miles per hour, he's no slouch on the gridiron, totaling close to 2,000 yards while displaying great arm strength and superior speed. Like most of our top 100 quarterbacks, he's perfectly suited for the spread offense.
22. Christian Westerman, OL, 6-5, 293, Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.)
This prep version of Jake Long is a superior right tackle who is physical, strong and aggressive. He also has great footwork and plays with a mean streak. Committed to Texas.
23. Jeremy Hill, RB, 6-1, 220, Redemptorist (Baton Rouge, La.)
Yet another LSU commitment means Tiger fans are chomping at the bit because they can't wait for Hill and Hilliard to play in the same backfield. He averaged over seven yards per carry in 2009, and like Hilliard, he can run, catch and block.
24. De'Anthony Thomas, ATH, 5-9, 175, Crenshaw (Los Angeles, Calif.)
One of the most electrifying players in the country, Thomas is a human highlight film. Though he may be too small to take the pounding of an every-down back, he's too much of a gamebreaker to play exclusively at cornerback; it will be a great problem for some lucky college to have.
25. Marquise Williams, QB, 6-4, 220, Mallard Creek (Charlotte, N.C.)
The jury is still out as to which in-state quarterback is better – Williams or Christian LeMay. While the question won't be decided for at least a couple of years, Williams' supporters have a great argument. Blessed with a great arm, confidence, foot speed and terrific all-around athletic ability, last season he threw for 2,169 yards and 24 TDs and rushed for over 500 yards and 16 TDs on his way to earning area Player of the Year honors.
26. Jay Rome, TE, 6-6, 240, Valdosta (Ga.)
The country's No. 1 tight end prospect is big, athletic and productive, prompting area coaches to call him a high school version of Antonio Gates. Blessed with strong hands, the fact that he played both wide receiver and tight end in 2009 is a testament to his quickness and ability to get open.
27. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, 6-6, 250, Gig Harbor (Wash.)
One of the nation's more athletic big men, Seferian-Jenkins – like Rome – played wide receiver and tight end in 2009. He is a great blocker and productive receiver with big-play capabilities. With his tremendous size, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Evergreen State product line up at offensive tackle at the next level.
28. Brey Cook, OL, 6-7, 305, Har-Ber (Springdale, Ark.)
Cook ranks as one of the top two prospects in Arkansas and one of the premier right-tackle prospects in the entire nation. Physical and tough with great footwork and the tenacity to finish every block, Cook has yet to allow sack in his prep career.
29. Jarvis Landry, WR, 6-0, 195, Lutcher (La.)
Landry totaled over 1,500 receiving yards last season while averaging 20 yards per catch. While his defensive prowess is not talked about much, this future LSU Tiger totaled 100 tackles, batted down 10 passes and picked off two balls while playing both strong safety and linebacker.
30. Cedric Reed, DE, 6-6, 240, Cleveland (Texas)
After amassing 14 sacks in 2009, Reed's size, attitude, speed, burst and power helped him become one of the most recruited defensive players in the nation. He looks thin at 240 pounds and should wind up weighing between 270 and 280 in college. Committed to Texas.
31. Brendon Bigelow, RB, 5-10, 180, Central (Fresno, Calif.)
"Blaze" ran a 10.5 in the 100 meters and a 21.2 in the 200. The fastest of all top running back prospects, he ran into injury problems last year, but still managed to run for 1,000 yards on an average of over 11 yards per carry.
32. Jeff Driskel, QB, 6-3, 224, Hagerty (Oviedo, Fla.)
A workout warrior who has all the tools to become a college standout, Driskel is blessed with a strong arm, good mobility and the ability to throw the ball on the run. Better suited to play in a spread offense, he threw for only 1,500 yards and 16 TDs last year, but shows the ability to be extremely productive. Right now, he's more impressive in combines than on film, but he might possess the strongest arm in the country. Committed to Florida.
33. Villiami Moala, DT, 6-3, 336, Grant (Sacramento, Calif.)
Moala is a terror. Explosive, strong and tough, he is an immoveable object who can also harass the quarterback. Comparisons to Haloti Ngata are inevitable.
34. Colt Lyerla, ATH, 6-5, 225, Hillsboro (Ore.)
Lyerla possesses great size and tremendous athletic ability. A superior basketball player with a 39-inch vertical jump, he earned All-State honors at both running back and linebacker in 2009. With his size and athletic ability, he has the chance to become a difference-maker at outside linebacker.
35. Lawrence Thomas, ILB, 6-4, 240, Renaissance (Detroit, Mich.)
Thomas has the size of a defensive end, which will probably be his position once he settles into college. The No. 1 prospect in the state of Michigan, Thomas can scare a quarterback to death. At the high-school level, he does it all, making plays from sideline to sideline and showing the burst to consistently harass the quarterback. Committed to Michigan State.
36. Cody Kessler, QB, 6-2, 225, Centennial (Bakersfield, Calif.)
Kessler is a big-time quarterback with the arm strength, poise and instinct to make all the necessary throws. He completed 178 of 280 passes for 1,878 yards and 14 TDs in 2009, and was also one of California's leading scorers in basketball.
37. Kasen Williams, WR, 6-1, 200, Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)
Williams has good size and speed and has been extremely productive at Skyline. A two-time All-State selection at receiver, he shows strong hands, terrific routes and catches everything within reach. Last season, he caught 66 passes for 1,120 yards and 17 TDs despite being constantly double-teamed.
38. Daryl Collins-Lindsey, WR, 5-11, 204, Gadsden City (Ala.)
Collins-Lindsey is one of the strongest and most athletic wide receiver prospects in the nation. He has a 35-inch vertical jump, can get off the line in a flash, catches everything within reach and is an exceptional open-field runner. He is averaging well over 20 yards per catch during his prep career.
39. Curtis Grant, LB, 6-3, 225, Hermitage (Richmond, Va.)
Grant is a vicious hitter and exceptional athlete who can play through pain. He also reads plays quickly and attacks. A true inside linebacker, he totaled 154 tackles in 2009.
40. Mike Bellamy, RB, 5-11, 180, Charlotte (Punta Gorda, Fla.)
Bellamy is a gamebreaker with amazing vision, strength and big-time speed. He finished third in the state in the 100 meters with a time of 10.6, and was the state champ in the 200 meters in 2009, running a 21.5. Last season, he ran for 1,955 yards and 29 TDs, averaging close to eight yards per carry.
41. Steve Edmond, LB, 6-3, 235, Daingerfield (Texas)
Edmond led his team to a state title in 2009 and was the most dominating player on the field in just about every game. He makes plays from sideline to sideline, has been blessed with great burst and instincts and will not stay blocked. He totaled 180 tackles as a junior.
42. Cortez Davis, ATH, 6-4, 190, Mainland (Daytona Beach, Fla.)
Davis has the athletic ability to rank even higher, but he's such a great athlete and everything comes so easily to him, that there is a fear he might not put in the time and effort needed to become a difference maker. At 6-4, Davis has picked off 12 passes over the past two seasons while playing cornerback.
43. George Farmer, WR, 6-3, 190, Serra (Gardena, Calif.)
Farmer's father was a standout at UCLA. The younger Farmer has the potential to become a college All-American. He's been blessed with good height, speed, leaping ability and steady hands. A proven go-to receiver who can create after the catch.
44. Max Wittek, QB, 6-4, 217, Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)
After playing behind Matt Barkley two years ago, Wittek had a coming-out party in 2009, throwing for 2,136 yards and 15 TDs. The USC commit shows great size, arm strength, poise and leadership skills.
45. Tim Jernigan, DT, 6-2, 275, Columbia (Lake City, Fla.)
Jernigan is a great combination of size, speed, quickness and agility. He plays the game on his feet, stops everything up the middle and can apply pressure on the quarterback.
46. Aundrey Walker, OL, 6-5, 340, Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio)
Glenville is known for producing tremendous skill-position players, but this year the Tarblooders' top player is Walker. He has played both left tackle and right tackle, is quick as a cat, shows power in his punch and does an outstanding job of steering, sealing off and sustaining his blocks.
47. Sammie Watkins, WR, 6-2, 181, South Fort Myers (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Talented player at both wide receiver and strong safety, Watkins might be the most exciting player in South Florida. His best assets are terrific moves and blazing speed (he's been timed at 10.6 in the 100 meters). Watkins averaged over 22 yards per catch in 2009. His brother, Jaylen Watkins, is a freshman at Florida.
48. Rodney Coe, RB-LB, 6-3, 235, Edwardsville (Ill.)
The No. 1 prospect in the state of Illinois, Coe has been offered by Alabama at running back, though several schools think he can be a terrific inside linebacker on defense. A power back with a lean body, explosive moves and the ability to make plays from sideline to sideline, he's being recruited from coast to coast.
49. Savon Huggins, RB, 6-0, 198, St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.)
The No. 1 prospect in the state of New Jersey, Huggins averaged 9.6 yards per carry and totaled 22 TDs in 2009. A muscular 198-pounder who's been timed at 10.9 in the 100 meters, he has proven to be a game-breaker with great vision and surprising power.
50. Jameel Poteat, RB, 5-11, 206, Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, Pa.)
A speedster with great vision and the ability to run over or around defenders, he's a three-ring circus; he can run, catch and block. The No. 1 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania, Poteat has already been offered by USC, Florida and 48 other schools.
51. Greg Robinson, OL, 6-6, 305, Thibodaux (La.)
At the combine in San Antonio, Robinson was a man among boys in pass protection. He's been blessed with long arms, quick feet and the frame to weigh 330 at the next level. A very athletic 305-pounder, he recorded 35 pancake blocks in 2009.
52. Hakeem Flowers, WR, 6-2, 180, Wade Hampton (Greenville, S.C.)
It's a good year for wide receiver prospects in South Carolina with Flowers leading the way. There are few players with his combination of size, speed (10.5 in the 100 meters) and production. Last season, he caught 50 passes for over 800 yards and 10 TDs.
53. Ben Koyack, TE, 6-5, 235, Oil City (Pa.)
Koyack looks thin at 235 and shares some of the same qualities as former Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph. He averaged over 16 yards per catch in 2009, shows a soft pair of hands and has outstanding running ability. Committed to Notre Dame.
54. Hasean Clinton-Dix, DB, 6-2, 200, Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.)
An intense player who is fast, mean and instinctive, he hits like a linebacker but can cover like a cornerback. There's not much this young man can't do, though he is best suited to play free safety at the next level.
55. Matt Hegarty, OL, 6-5, 265, Aztec (N.M.)
Hegarty was well known in the state of New Mexico, but once he displayed his skills at the U.S. Army combine in San Antonio, it was clear he was one of the premier offensive linemen in the country. He shows excellent technique, footwork, agility and balance. An exceptional pass and run blocker, he earned first team All-State honors as a sophomore and junior. Though he plays tackle in high school, he could wind up playing guard in college. Committed to Notre Dame.
56. Jabriel Washington, ATH, 5-11, 165, Trinity Christian (Jackson, Tenn.)
Washington, an option quarterback at Trinity Christian, shows tremendously quick feet, athletic ability, burst and leadership skills on film. He also plays free safety, but is better suited to play cornerback at the next level.
57. Trey Depriest, LB, 6-1, 220, Springfield (Ohio)
A downhill defender, DePriest hits like a ton of bricks and has been blessed with terrific instincts. He plays the game on his feet, showing great range while racking up 101 tackles in 2009.
58. C.J. Johnson, LB, 6-2, 220, Philadelphia (Miss.)
The No. 1 player in Mississippi, Johnson reacts quickly to the ball, stays low and explodes into ball-carriers. An inside linebacker who doesn't miss many tackles, he's committed to Mississippi State.
59. Justice Hayes, RB, 5-10, 187, Grand Blanc (Mich.)
Quick as a cat, Hayes explodes through holes, shows a good pair of hands and is an exciting player once he gets out into the open. Tennessee, Michigan State and Notre Dame are in the lead for his services.
60. Aaron Lynch, DE, 6-6, 240, Island Coast (Cape Coral, Fla.)
Lynch was slow to earn national recognition but now has over 30 offers. A physical 240-pounder with body control and burst, he shows great speed off the ball, totaling 16 sacks in 2009.
61. Shannon Brown, LB, 6-1, 230, Cook County (Adel, Ga.)
Brown is a thick, unusually quick 230-pounder who hits hard and has a nose for the ball, amassing 14 quarterback sacks last fall. He makes things happen and will take on all comers.
62. Charone Peake, WR, 6-4, 190, Dorman (Roebuck, S.C.)
The state of South Carolina is loaded with tall, athletic wide receivers and Peake ranks right up there at the top. He's a terrific all-around athlete and a standout in basketball. His football film shows a tall, athletic receiver with great hands and concentration. He shows good running instincts and gobbles up yardage after the catch. Elusive in the open field, he's more than just a red-zone receiver.
63. Christian French, LB, 6-6, 220, Kennedy (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
A safety as a junior, French is a special talent. Still developing, he has the size, long arms, quick feet and body control to become an impact player at outside linebacker. He boasts a 37-inch vertical jump, is a standout basketball forward, and was quick enough to return a punt back for 80 yards and a score last year.
64. Harvey Langi, RB, 6-1, 215, Bingham (South Jordan, Utah)
A two-time first team All-Stater who rushed for close to 2,000 yards as a sophomore, he had over 1,500 yards and 25 TDs as a junior. He has averaged eight yards per carry during his prep career and possesses a good combination of balance, size, strength, open-field moves and hands.
65. Jordan Prestwood, OL, 6-6, 275, Plant City (Fla.)
Quick enough to play tight end as a junior, he caught 28 passes for 6 TDs. He's a tall, athletic 275-pounder who will make an outstanding left tackle or right tackle in college. Ranks as the No. 1 offensive line prospect in Florida.
66. Giorgio Newberry, OL, 6-6, 260, Central (Fort Pierce, Fla.)
An impressive-looking two-way lineman who could wind up playing tackle on either side of the ball, Newberry is explosive, quick, athletic and has a high football IQ.
67. Shon Carson, RB, 5-9, 195, Lake City (S.C.)
A superior talent and two-sport standout, he batted over .400 and had 30 steals for the baseball team last spring. On the gridiron, he rushed for 2,141 yards and 33 TDs while averaging 8.9 yards per carry. As a short and compact back with superior power, speed and cutback ability, Carson is a gamebreaker.
68. Trey Metoyer, WR, 6-2, 185, Whitehouse (Texas)
The whole package when it comes to a wide receiver, Metoyer runs precise routes, shows terrific leaping ability and can create after the catch. The Oklahoma commit totaled over 1,200 yards in receiving in 2009.
69. Kody Walker, RB, 6-1, 225, Jefferson City (Mo.)
Walker is a big back who really impressed in San Antonio and on his junior film. He got off to a great start before an injury ended his season six games in. A big-time time athlete in both basketball and football.
70. Tobias Singleton, WR, 6-1, 185, Madison Central (Miss.)
A very smooth and fluid long-strider with sure hands and excellent open-field moves. He also doubles as a kickoff and punt returner.
71. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, 6-5, 210, Belle Glades Central (Belle Glade, Fla.)
A matchup nightmare, Benjamin is a big, strong and athletic wide receiver who is quick out of his breaks. Though he has a big body and is tough to defend, he also moves like a little guy and catches everything within reach.
72. Josh Turner, CB, 6-1, 170, Millwood (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
Turner is a good wide receiver and a great cornerback. Quick, aggressive and smart, with outstanding awareness, this lockdown corner had 10 picks as a sophomore.
73. Javares McRoy, ATH, 5-8, 170, Lakeland (Fla.)
Don't be misled by McRoy's size – he's a dynamic, fast playmaker and deadly in the open field. One of the fastest players in the country, he's been timed at 10.4 in the 100 meters. Committed to Texas Tech.
74. Albert Louis-Jean, ATH, 6-1, 180, Brockton (Mass.)
As the No. 1 player in the state of Massachusetts, he is being recruited at both wide receiver and cornerback, though he will probably wind up playing corner in college. He's been blessed with great speed, hands and is exceptional in pass coverage, not to mention the fact that he's a sure tackler. Committed to Miami.
75. Victor Blackwell, WR, 6-1, 185, Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)
Blackwell has been timed at 21.6 in the 200 meters and has a remarkable 42-inch vertical jump. He can make exceptional catches in traffic, adjusts well to high and low throws, displays strong hands and is an excellent route runner.
76. Stephon Tuitt, DE, 6-6, 255, Monroe (Ga.)
Tuitt already looks like a college defensive end. On film, he destroys the run and has the necessary quickness and body control to consistently apply pressure on the quarterback. He also has the desire and attitude needed to become an impact player at the next level.
77. Deanthony Arnett, CB, 6-0, 167, Saginaw (Mich.)
Arnett caught 41 passes for 870 yards and 10 TDs at wide receiver and picked off five passes at cornerback. One of the better all-around athletes in the Midwest, he's also a standout in basketball and track. A great route-runner with strong hands and a quick first step, he shows the ability to escape the jam and get great separation after the catch.
78. Jay Whitmire, OL, 6-7, 280, T.C. Williams (Alexandria, Va.)
Whitmire is not as well-known as some of the nation's other top offensive line prospects, but he has the ability to become a standout at the next level. A perfect 4.0 student, on the field he shows the athleticism, height, long arms and quick first step needed to become a dominating left tackle. He also moves exceptionally well for a 280-pounder.
79. Ron Tanner, DB, 6-1, 190, Eastmoor (Columbus, Ohio)
One of the hardest hitters in the Midwest, Tanner is a great decision maker with exceptional footwork. He takes great angles to the ball and once he gets there, it's all over. An All-American at free safety, he's also a very good quarterback.
80. Nickolas Brassell, WR, 6-1, 176, South Panola (Batesville, Miss.)
The top player in Mississippi's top program is a very athletic, full-throttle guy with outstanding moves. Once he goes up for the ball, it's a foregone conclusion that he'll come down with it. He caught 62 passes and averaged over 20 yards per catch on the way to earning first team All-State honors.
81. Brent Calloway, LB, 6-2, 201, Russellville (Ala.)
Calloway committed to Alabama so long ago that most people have forgotten about him. He shows superior speed, vision and instincts, and also plays a little defensive end. A high school difference maker who can give quarterbacks nightmares, he's a defender who makes things happen.
82. George Atkinson, WR, 6-2, 175, Granada (Livermore, Calif.)
The son of a former All-Pro for the Oakland Raiders, Atkinson is a blazer who can accelerate into routes at the blink of an eye and shows good body control and great speed. He catches the ball with his hands, is fluid and has good open-field moves. He's also considered one of the top kickoff returners in the West.
83. Brennan Scarlett, DE, 6-5, 250, Central Catholic (Portland, Ore.)
One of the top two players in the state, Scarlett has All-American credentials at both tight end and defensive end, though he’s also played outside and inside linebacker on the defensive side. He's known for his quick feet and pass-rushing skills, but he shows strong hands on both sides of the ball.
84. Trevon Randle, LB, 6-1, 215, Clear Springs (League City, Texas)
Randle is a linebacker that can outrun the backs and hits harder than a Mack truck. He recorded 120 stops and four picks on the way to earning All-State recognition for the second year in a row. Committed to LSU.
85. Garrett Greenlea, OL, 6-7, 285, Klein (Spring, Texas)
The Longhorns have themselves a solid left tackle. Greenlea is strong at the point of attack and is a skilled pass and run blocker like no one's business. He's also quick-footed for a 285-pounder, showing the ability to effectively slide and mirror.
86. Xzavier Dickson, DE, 6-3, 235, Griffin (Ga.)
Dickson is one of the better players in a very good group of pass rushers from Georgia. Exceptionally quick, he's been blessed with long arms, plays with natural leverage, has a quick first step, and consistently powers through contact. A game-changing defensive end, he totaled 14 sacks and two picks in 2009.
87. Desmond Jackson, DT, 6-1, 278, Westfield (Houston, Texas)
Jackson more than makes up for his lack of height with quickness off the ball, enormous strength and an aggressive style of play. Committed to Texas.
88. Watts Dantzler, OL, 6-7, 315, Dalton (Ga.)
Dantzler shows great balance, good upper-body strength, agility and lateral quickness. A natural left-tackle prospect.
89. Doran Grant, DB, 5-11, 180, St. Vincent-St. Mary (Akron, Ohio)
Grant has All-American credentials at both wide receiver, where he averaged 23 yards per catch, and cornerback, where he picked off one pass last season (mainly because the opposition was smart enough to stay away from his zone). A superior athlete with explosive moves to the ball, he has a 41-inch vertical jump.
90. Isaiah Crowell, RB, 6-0, 200, Carver (Columbus, Ga.)
A good all-around back with outstanding body control, great feet, decisive cuts and sure hands, Crowell earned first team All-State honors after averaging over seven yards per carry in 2009.
91. Michael Bennett, OL, 6-3, 275, Centerville (Ohio)
Bennett is one of the nation's premier offensive guard prospects, though he plays right tackle at the high school level. He's aggressive and explosive, has quick hands, great feet and the ability to dominate as both a run and pass blocker. A superior athlete with a great attitude, he's committed to Ohio State.
92. Erique Florence, DB, 6-2, 200, Valley (Ala.)
One of the most physical defenders in the South, he's a sure tackler who totaled 10 picks as a sophomore while showing great range and a nose for the ball.
93. De'Ante Saunders, ATH, 6-0, 180, DeLand (Fla.)
Saunders is an electrifying athlete who earned All-Central Florida Player of the Year honors last season after rushing for over 1,800 yards and 22 TDs. A back with speed, moves and strength, he's committed to Florida.
94. Teddy Bridgewater, QB, 6-3, 186, Northwestern (Miami, Fla.)
Some suggest that Bridgewater would be a better fit at wide receiver or safety at the next level, but he's a very accurate and consistent quarterback with poise, arm strength and mobility.
95. Tommy Olson, OL, 6-4, 285, Mahtomedi (Minn.)
Olson committed as a sophomore to the Gophers and hasn't received the kind of recognition he deserves. He's strong, technically sound, quick enough to hit moving targets and strong enough to dominate the point of attack. He also shows excellent lateral movement.
96. Trip Thurman, OL, 6-6, 315, Dover (Del.)
Thurman is a big, good-looking left tackle who can move his feet. He has great work ethic, is as flexible as they come and has dominated everyone that he has gone up against. A natural knee-bender, he's perfectly suited for left tackle.
97. Ronny Van Dyke, DB, 6-3, 193, South County (Lorton, Va.)
Van Dyke missed most of his junior year due to a dislocated shoulder. He's has long arms, very quick feet and is one of the more aggressive free safety prospects east of the Mississippi. He's a hard hitter who can make plays in space, and when healthy, he's one of the best around. Committed to Virginia Tech.
98. Spencer Region, OL, 6-6, 345, Cullman (Ala.)
As physical as they come, Region is technically sound with great footwork. His combination of size, long arms, quick feet and work ethic make him a bonafide All-American. He graded out at 85 percent in his blocking assignments, recorded 105 pancake blocks and has not allowed a single sack in his prep career.
99. Danny Woodson, WR, 6-2, 200, LeFlore (Mobile, Ala.)
Woodson caught 67 passes for 1,498 yards and 25 TDs last season. He has a 35-inch vertical jump, shows superior hands and ball skills and has the ability to create after the catch. Committed to Alabama.
100. Anthony Wallace, LB, 6-2, 220, Skyline (Dallas, Texas)
Wallace brings speed, smarts, strength and a physical style to his position. He plays inside linebacker in high school and could wind up playing either inside linebacker or outside linebacker in college. He can run with the backs and is rarely caught out of position.