Video: Top 10 highlights from 5-star recruits, presented by EastbaySee some of high school football's most electric playmakers in action.
These are the plays that get college football fan bases fired up.
Schools like Alabama, Ohio State and USC can't wait until this group of playmakers hit campus. Check out some of the best plays we could find from the best players in the nation.
Top 10 highlights from 5-star recruits, presented by Eastbay
Listed in order of appearance in videoShaun Wade, Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Fla.)Hgt:
As a junior, future Buckeye recorded 35 tackles, 11 pass deflections and two interceptions – including this sweet one-handed pick.Stephen Carr, Summit (Fontana, Calif.)Hgt:
As seen above, Carr has been tough to stop over the past two seasons. The USC pledge has piled up over 3,500 yards from scrimmage and 35 TDs.Joseph Lewis, Hawkins (Los Angeles)Hgt:
Lewis gets it done on the defensive side of the ball in the highlight above but colleges all over the country are recruiting him as a receiver, where he put up 852 yards and eight touchdowns a year ago.Darnay Holmes, Calabasas (Calif.)Hgt:
Another Southern California star, Holmes impacts all three phases of the game – offense, defense and special teams. He's piled up 3,394 all-purpose yards and 36 touchdowns in 35 career games.Cam Akers, Clinton (Miss.)Hgt:
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A one-time Alabama commit, Akers goes coast-to-coast in the clip above. The Mississippi star plays quarterback at Clinton and is coming off a big junior year where he threw for over 2,300 yards and 20 TDs and running for 1,418 yards and 16 more scores.Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cass Tech (Detroit)Hgt:
A MaxPreps junior all-American last fall, Peoples-Jones tallied 714 yards and 11 TDs on just 30 receptions.Jaelan Phillips, Redlands East Valley (Calif.)Hgt:
Also a standout volleyball player, Phillips knows how to get after the quarterback for the school that also produced MLS great Landon Donovan.Marvin Wilson, Episcopal (Bellaire, Texas)Hgt:
Alabama, Florida State and LSU are battling for this disruptor, who recorded 15 sacks two years ago as a sophomore.Dylan Moses, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)Hgt:
Famously offered by LSU as an eighth-grader, Moses piled up over 100 tackles last year at University Lab in Baton Rouge, La., and got to the house with this pick six.Najee Harris, Antioch (Calif.)Hgt:
It's going to be tough to top his junior year, where he ran for over 2,700 yards and 36 TDs – including this score where he leaps over a defender en route to the end zone.