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2014 national and state recruiting lists

National top 25

A composite list from 247Sports, compiling various rankings/ratings from major recruiting services.

Name, school Position Ht/Wt School(s)

1 Leonard Fournette, New Orleans St. Augustine RB 6-1/226 LSU

2. Myles Garrett, Arlington (Texas) James Martin WDE 6-4/240 Texas A&M

3. Jabrill Peppers, Paramus (N.J.) Catholic ATH 6-1/205 Michigan

4. Cameron Robinson, West Monroe (La.) OT 6-7/335 Alabama

5. Da'Shawn Hand, Woodbridge (Va.) SDE 6-4/265 Alabama

6. Quin Blanding, Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside S 6-2/200 Virginia

7. Adoree' Jackson, Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra CB 5-9/182 Undecided: UF, USC

8. Speedy Noil, New Orleans Edna Karr WR 5-10/176 Texas A&M

9. Tony Brown, Beaumont (Texas) Ozen CB 6-0/188 Alabama

10. Kyle Allen, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain PRO 6-2/185 Texas A&M

11. Andrew Brown, Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith DT 6-4/282 Virginia

12. Marlon Humphrey, Birmingham (Ala.) Hoover CB 6-1/175 Undecided: Alabama, FSU

13. Dalvin Cook, Miami Central RB 5-11/190 FSU

14. Jalen Tabor, Washington D.C. Friendship Academy CB 6-1/182 Florida

15. Rashaan Evans, Auburn (Ala.) OLB 6-3/220 Undecided: Auburn, Alabama

16. Bo Scarbrough, Bradenton IMG Academy ATH 6-2/225 Alabama

17. Malachi Dupre, New Orleans John Curtis WR 6-2/187 Undecided: LSU, UCLA

18. Lorenzo Carter, Norcross (Ga.) WDE 6-5/232 Undecided: Georgia, Alabama, LSU

19. Sony Michel, Fort Lauderdale American Heritage RB 5-11/205 Georgia

20. John Smith, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly ATH 6-1/200 Undecided: USC, Notre Dame

21. Joe Mixon, Oakley (Calif.) Freedom APB 6-2/195 Oklahoma

22. Raekwon McMillan, Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County ILB 6-2/242 Ohio State

23. Roc Thomas, Oxford (Ala.) RB 5-11/196 Auburn

24. Ermon Lane, Homestead WR 6-3/193 Undecided: FSU, Alabama, Miami

25. Solomon Thomas, Coppell (Texas) SDE 6-2/258 Undecided: Stanford, Arkansas

Note: Top schools being considered are listed for undecided recruits.

State top 25

A composite list from 247Sports, compiling various rankings/ratings from major recruiting services.

1. Dalvin Cook, Miami Central RB 5-11/190 FSU

2. Bo Scarbrough, Bradenton IMG Academy ATH 6-2/225 Alabama

3. Sony Michel, Fort Lauderdale American Heritage RB 5-11/205 Georgia

4. Ermon Lane, Homestead WR 6-3/193 Undecided: FSU, Alabama, Miami

5. Chad Thomas, Miami Washington WDE 6-5/240 Miami

6. Travis Rudolph, West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman WR 6-1/185 FSU

7. Joseph Yearby, Miami Central RB 5-9/190 Miami

8. KC McDermott, Palm Beach Central OT 6-6/300 Miami

9. Travonte Valentine, Hialeah Champagnat DT 6-3/338 Undecided: LSU, Miami

10. Artavis Scott, East Lake WR 5-10/175 Clemson

11. Jacob Pugh, Tallahassee Godby OLB 6-4/221 FSU

12. Kain Daub, Jacksonville Sandalwood ILB 6-3/234 FSU

13. Johnnie Dixon, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer WR 5-10/187 Ohio State

14. Trevor Darling, Miami Central OT 6-4/327 Miami

15. Dillon Bates, Ponte Vedra OLB 6-3/220 Tennessee

16. Isaiah Wynn, Lakewood OL 6-2/272 Georgia

17. David Sharpe, Neptune Beach Fletcher OT 6-6/318 Florida

18. Treon Harris, Miami Washington ATH 5-11/180 FSU

19. Mason Cole, East Lake OL 6-4/285 Michigan

20. J.C. Jackson, Immokalee WR 5-10/180 Florida

21. Demarcus Christmas, Bradenton Manatee DT 6-4/287 FSU

22. Sean White, Fort Lauderdale University School PRO 6-2/204 Auburn

23. Keyon Brown, Wauchula Hardee WDE 6-3/230 Georgia

24. Anthony Moten, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas DT 6-4/292 Miami

25. Trey Marshall, Lake City Columbia S 5-11/196 FSU

Note: Top schools being considered are listed for undecided recruits.

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