Video: Top 10 players outside the Top 100, presented by EastbayHgt:
These are the 10 premiere playmakers in high school football who are just outside of being Top 100 recruits.
Game-changing athletes. Dynamic dual-threat quarterbacks. Explosive running backs.
Schools like Ohio State, Georgia and Texas can't wait until these game-breakers hit campus.
Top 10 players outside the Top 100, presented by Eastbay
, DeSoto (Texas)
Robinson is one of the most productive and entertaining dual-threat quarterbacks in the country. The future Horned Frog amassed 1,422 passing yards, 1,568 rushing yards and 31 total touchdowns in guiding Guyer to the state quarterfinals. He's dangerous in the open field and possesses a sure-fire trigger. But the nation's No. 4 dual-threat quarterback took his talents to DeSoto in the offseason, which has the No. 8 Eagles soaring with high expectations.Toneil Carter
, Langham Creek (Houston)Hgt:
The Georgia commit is a breathtaking bullet who has clocked a blazing time of 4.30 seconds in the 40-yard dash, but he can also lower the boom. The nation's No. 7 running back posted 1,206 rushing yards, 17 scores and averaged 121 rushing yards per game last season. Bubba Bolden
, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)Hgt:
Nevada's fourth-rated player is one of the most complete defensive backs in the country. He's a lanky ball hawk who can lay the wood and blanket the field. Bolden recorded 55 tackles, three pass deflections and three interceptions last year for the state champion Gaels. But he should also see some action at receiver this season for No. 3 Bishop Gorman. Bolden appears to be headed to Arizona State according to the 247Sports Crystal Ball.Amir Riep
, Colerain (Cincinnati)Hgt:
Riep is a severely underrated talent and might have the best ball skills of any defensive back in America. The Ohio State commit is a lockdown corner and it's a no-fly zone when he's in the area. He logged seven interceptions, 55 tackles and three forced fumbles last season on defense. Riep also tallied 480 total yards and one touchdown on offense in leading the Cardinals to the state semifinals. The third-rated player in Ohio will spearhead No. 14 Colerain.Jalen Reagor
, Waxahachie (Texas)Hgt:
Reagor is one of the most exciting playmakers in America and can reel off a home run on any given play. The Oklahoma commit notched 1,108 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns last season. He's tabbed as the nation's 15th-best wide receiver and also averaged 10 points per game on the hardwood. Adarius Lemons
, Clearwater (Fla.)Hgt:
The Florida commit is as sweet as they come at running back. Lemons has the rare combination of size, power and breakaway burst. The nation's No. 8 running back racked up 1,054 rushing yards, 12 scores and averaged 106 rushing yards a contest as a junior.Zaquandre White
, North Fort Myers (Fla.)Hgt:
The Florida State commit is a human highlight reel. White piled up 956 total yards and eight touchdowns on offense last year - in only five games. The nation's ninth-rated running back also put up 16 tackles on defense.Sam Ehlinger
, Westlake (Austin, Texas)Hgt:
The Texas commit is one of the toughest players in America and can light up a scoreboard with the best of them. Ehlinger torched defenses for 3,833 passing yards, 1,419 rushing yards and 71 total touchdowns in willing Westlake to the state title game last season. The nation's No. 6 dual-threat quarterback also proved he's a gamer by helping snap Allen's 57-game win streak in the state semifinals. He'll command the No. 26 Chaparrals.
, Mallard Creek (Charlotte, N.C.)Hgt:
The UNC commit is a versatile playmaker who impacts the game on both sides of the ball. Jones registered 669 receiving yards, 127 rushing yards and eight touchdowns for state champion Mallard Creek. The nation's No. 14 athlete also snared multiple interceptions as a ball hawk safety on defense and will lead the No. 10 Mavericks.Avery Davis
, Cedar Hill (Texas)Hgt:
The nation's No. 7 dual-threat quarterback can make all the throws and gash defenses with his legs. Davis compiled 1,966 passing yards, 934 rushing yards, 35 total touchdowns and a 127 passer rating as a junior. The Notre Dame commit will commandeer No. 5 Cedar Hill.