The Southeast, as usual, is loaded.
The top two players in the country are
from the Southeast: Leonard Fournette and Cameron Robinson.
The top four running backs come from the South, so do the top three
Two of the top three offensive tackles call the region home. Same with
three of the top five defensive tackles and two of the top five defensive ends.
The top linebacker in the nation also is from the South.
Outside of the elite running backs on the top of this list, the state of Louisiana really stood out in 2014. This was one of the strongest years we have seen when talking top talent in the Bayou State.
In the southeast, five of the top 13 prospects are from Louisiana, and 16 prospects ended up with four stars or higher.
It is another strong and deep year in the southeast and the best in the region are represented in the Southeast 150.
It breaks down like this by position:
Running Back: 17
Wide Receiver: 23
Tight End: 7
Offensive Tackle: 11
Offensive Guard: 6
Defensive End: 15
Defensive Tackle: 14
Outside Linebacker: 13
Middle Linebacker: 7
Here is a look at the final Scout.com Class of 2014 Southeast 150.
2014 Southeast 150