With football season winding down there have been some shake-ups in the Midwest 100. The top five have stayed the same, but there has been lots of movement throughout the rest of the region.
Dublin (Ohio) Coffman offensive tackle Mike Adams has continued to strengthen his grip on the top spot in the Midwest. The 6-foot-8, 300-pound athlete has dominated the competition this year and has helped place his team in contention for a state championship.
After seeing Youngstown (Ohio) Cardinal Mooney middle linebacker Michael Zordich in action at the Herbstreit Challenge it was inevitable that he take a giant leap in the rankings and he has done just that.
Another new name in the top twenty is Detroit (Mich.) MacKenzie defensive end Nick Perry. This season Perry has an incredible 26 sacks already with more games to play.
Perry and St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham Hall wide receiver Michael Floyd are the only players in the top 25 that remain uncommitted.
Lexington (Ky.) Henry Clay Aaron Boyd has taken over the top spot in the Bluegrass State. Boyd has been phenomenal this season and has earned himself a spot in the top thirty.