Skinny: Brown is big, strong defensive tackle. At 6-foot-3 and 310 pounds, he completely overwhelms most offensive lineman at the high school level. He also has good hands and moves well for a player his size. Good defensive lineman are often hard to find, so look for Brown's recruitment to pick up steam over the next few months.
Michael Holmes/OLB/Charlotte (N.C.) Victory Christian
Skinny: Holmes could play outside linebacker, defensive end or tight end in college, but I believe he is best suited at linebacker. The 6-5, 220-pound Holmes is a long, athletic prospect with a huge upside. Despite being thin, he is very physical and strong. He has the frame to add a significant amount of weight and could develop into a big-time college player. It is only a matter of time before offers start coming his way.
Joshua Allen/RB/Charlotte (N.C.) Victory Christian
Skinny: The 6-foot, 185-pound Allen has good size and should easily add more weight over the next few years. Allen is a patient runner with great vision. He also has quick feet and a knack for making people miss. Allen has really good speed and is a threat to go the distance every time he touches the football.
Brian Sessoms/WR/Winston Salem (N.C.) Carver
Recruiting : Sessoms holds early offers from N.C. State and Wake Forest. The Carver playmaker is also hearing from Clemson, Georgia, North Carolina, Penn State and UNC-Charlotte.
Skinny: The 5-8, 170-pound Sessoms is undoubtedly one of the fastest players in the state. Last spring, he clocked a 10.69-second 100-meter dash and a 21.86-second 200. He runs good routes and does a nice job of catching the football away from his body. Sessoms is also very dangerous as a return man. His combination of speed and playmaking ability, will likely lead to several more offers.
Jager Gardner/RB/Black Mountain (N.C.) Owen
Recruiting : Gardner is still waiting on his first offer. However, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, N.C. State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State and Tennessee are recruiting him.
Skinny: The 6-3, 202-pound Gardner is a bigger back with good speed. He is a one-cut runner with a long stride. Gardner does a nice job of attacking the line of scrimmage and shows the ability to run inside the tackles or bounce the play outside.