Malik Henry – Florida State: Top rated Quarterback that can run and pass.
Joshua Jackson – Virginia Tech: Good Quarterback prospect that could have a chance to play early with the new coach Justin Fuente.
Jawon Pass – Louisville: Well named Quarterback and Louisville is loaded at the position.
Jack Allison – Miami: Allison looks like the Cane Quarterbacks of yesteryear. He’s tall and can hum it.
Tavien Feaster – Clemson: Very good RB prospect that should help immediately.
Amir Rasul – Florida State: Super speedy back from right under Hurricanes’ noses.
Travis Homer – Miami: Another South Florida flyer that can play quickly. Richt liked to play a lot of backs at Georgia.
George Hill – Pittsburgh: Underrated in my opinion. This guy can fly. I wouldn’t be surprised either if he played Wide Receiver and replaced Tyler Boyd. In high school, he just blew by people.
Sam Bruce – Miami: Shorter receiver but has great hands and body control. Should play quickly.
Keith Gavin – Florida State: Bigger receiver with good hands and decent speed.
Dionte Mullins – Miami: The Canes helped themselves well at receiver.
Diondre Overton – Clemson: The Tigers helped themselves tremendously with Overton.
Divine Deablo – Virginia Tech: Tall receiver with some ability. He could play right away.
Naseir Upshaw – Florida State: Noles grab good Tight End prospect from Philadelphia. H Back type like Evan Engram at Ole Miss.
Jovani Haskins – Miami: The Canes are right up there with anyone with Tight Ends and Haskins could be next in line.
Mark Birmingham – Duke: This is the best Duke class in years. Birmingham is one of the best Tight Ends in the country.
Thadeus Moss – North Carolina State: Superior athlete could play TE or DE.
Landon Dickerson – Florida State: One of the very best Tackles in the nation. Impressive talent.
Jauan Williams – Florida State: Huge Tackle prospect from DC.
Robert Kraeling – Duke: Talented young guy that could be awesome in two years.
Josh Ball – Florida State: 6-8, 325 monster that moves really well and could be All World.
Sean Pollard – Clemson: Blends well with the great Tackles the Tigers signed last year. Pollard can play.
John Simpson – Clemson: Another top Guard prospect. These guys add quality depth immediately. Clemson signed 4 Guards.
Parker Braun – Georgia Tech: I think this guy is way underrated. He is super fast and super aggressive and he just buries his opponents. Maybe he can’t do it at the college level but I am thinking he does.
Jaylen Miller – Duke: Member of best Duke recruiting class ever. Big, tough OL.
Baveon Johnson – Florida State: Top Center prospect in the nation.
Harrison Gee – North Carolina State: Could play Center or Guard.
Janarius Robinson – Florida State: Only 14th ranked at his position but he is big and can move.
Xavier Kelly – Clemson: The Tigers just keep reloading in the Defensive Line. Kelly is a project, but has ability.
Brian Burns – Florida State: Needs to beef up, but he can run and he is 6-5.
Joseph Jackson – Miami: A position of need for most teams. Jackson is big and fast.
Dexter Lawrence – Clemson: 5 star talent with exceptional size and quickness. One of the best.
Shavar Manuel – Florida State: Super talented Tackle out of IMG Academy. He’s a player in a position of need.
Keyshon Camp – Pittsburgh: Pitt defense just got better. This guy is impressive and quick.
Cedric Wood – Florida State: 4 star home grown talent. Should add depth immediately.
Rahshaun Smith – Clemson: Top Outside Linebacker prospect in the nation. Definitely a player.
Keion Joyner – Florida State: Very good LB prospect with size and he can run.
Zachery McCloud – Miami: Speedy Outside LB with excellent potential.
PJ Blue – Louisville: Promising Alabama product that will need to fill out a bit.
Tre’ Lamar – Clemson: Outstanding Inside Linebacker with great size and attitude.
Shaquille Quarterman – Miami: One of the best Linebackers in the nation.
Dontavius Jackson – Florida State: Big, tough kid out of Texas. Could play early.
Koby Quansah – Duke: Not big, but very fast and athletic. He appears to have great instincts.
Levonta Taylor – Florida State: Top Corner prospect in the nation. Very good player.
Trayvon Mullen – Clemson: Only Taylor is rated higher than Mullen. Should play early.
Carlos Becker – Florida State: 7th rated Corner and a very good prospect.
Damar Hamlin – Pittsburgh: Very good Cornerback prospect that could play soon.
Ronald Walker – Louisville: Excellent JUCO product with great size and speed.
Romeo Finley – Miami: One of the better Safety prospects in the nation.
Dylan Singleton – Duke: Great Safety and younger brother of starting Duke Safety.
Cedric Wright -Miami: Smaller Safety, but pretty good prospect.
Isaiah Simmons – Clemson: Tigers went all the way to Kansas to land a 6-4, 215 Safety.
Chaze Surratt – North Carolina: Big and talented player that could play a number of positions.
Myles Dorn – North Carolina: Like Surratt could play several positions.
Xavier Gantt – Georgia Tech: Small and speedy player could help at WR or CB.
Jovonn Quillen – Virginia Tech: Probably, he will help out at Safety, but could play several places.