Chuma Edoga has always been a Scout 100 prospect from the start of this cycle. He has now climbed up to the No. 41 overall prospect in the country, only 14 spots below the last five-star on Scout at this time. Edoga has great length and he moves with the best of them at tackle. Georgia, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and USC are fighting for the Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern star.
Alabama commitment Lester Cotton. He is up to No. 7 at offensive guard and No. 125 overall. He shined in a big way at the Birmingham Nike Football Training Camp. He was in good shape, he played strong, and he moved well. Once looked like a guard only, but he showed there that right tackle is not out of equation.
Not a lineman, but someone that does just about everything for his team added a fourth star. Chandler Cox out of Apopka, Fla. is a versatile player who will likely be used as an H-Back on the next level. He is very strong, he can catch, he can run, and he can block. Over 20 schools have offered and he is a top prospect in the Sunshine State.
Louisiana is a strong state and the 2014 class was elite, but do not sleep on the 2015 prospects. Athlete Kirk Merritt of Destrehan and cornerback Deshawn Raymond of East Jefferson moved into the Scout 300 and added a fourth star. Running back Nigel Anderson of East Saint John and cornerback Donte Jackson of Riverdale made big moves in the rankings.
Wide receiver Van Jefferson moved up nine spots to No. 29 at his position. He is a very mature wideout that understands the game. He has good length and although he is lean, he catches the football well in traffic.
Alabama commit Montrell Custis was moved from corner to safety and he added a fourth star.
His tape is nice and his play at the Nike Football Training Camp in Charlotte, N.C. helped Mook Reynolds move into the Scout 300. The 6-foot corner is committed to Virginia Tech and he is the No. 34-ranked corner on Scout.
Garner, N.C. running back Nyheim Hines is an explosive back and he moved up to No. 23 at his position and No. 167 overall.
Some prospects changed positions and here are notes on some of those: