It was another big year in the South, with it being very strong at the top at offensive tackle, running back, and defensive ends.
John Theus and D.J. Humphries head the list at 1-2, both offensive tackles
leading a stellar group of linemen.
Landon Collins finishes the year third in the Southeast.
The depth is what makes the South so good year in and year out.
In this region, you get a mix of big guys and speedy athletes.
It is tough to rank each prospect where he needs to be ranked because there can only be one at the top at each position.
Florida and Georgia were strong states as usual and Tennessee had five prospects in the Scout300 this year.
2012 as a whole is a great group and I expect 2013 to be the same.
2012 Southeast 150