The Missouri commit is very strong and often overpowering at the point of attack. He is able to just toss defenders and open up running lanes. Has good feet, good open field running ability and is quick out of his stance, which translates well to an eventual possible move to center in the future.
2). TE Josh Moore - Olathe North Sr HS
Last cycle schools were pouring in to the area to recruit tight end DeAndre Goolsby, now its Moore's turn. He already has snared scholarships from an abundance of big-time programs. He is athletic enough to split out and play receiver, but strong enough to be a tremendous blocker. Jumbo TE.
3). OT Christian Gaylord - Baldwin HS
On the field, the Nebraska commit is a physical player with true tackle potential, but strong enough to play inside. He is solid at the point of attack, but his best attribute may be his ability to fire out quickly and secure blocks on linebackers on the second level.
4). QB Ryan Willis - Bishop Miege HS
Willis plays for a school that has become quite the quarterback factory in recent years, and is on a run of producing division one hurlers. Willis is next and has impressed along the way at stops like the Elite 11 in Chicago and the U.S. Army Combine. Good accuracy and a plus arm.
5). OT Scott Frantz - Lawrence Free State HS
Frantz is the player who has been on the rise the most in recent weeks, collecting offers from schools like Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami (FL) and Missouri. Long arms, good size and quick feet put him the running to be the top OL in a great in-state class. He could end up No. 1 with a strong senior year.