After a solid performance at linebacker during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl California commit Chris Martin has switched positions on the list, but he easily remains the top player in the state. With his size and speed it would not surprise anyone that he will be an edge rusher in college, but he also has the ability and knowledge to play standing up.
The biggest riser on the list is senior phenom Joe Hemschoot who shot up the charts to the number three spot in the state. He is an aggressive, but slightly undersized linebacker, that will come up and deliver huge blows. He is also quick and good in coverage which has helped him add offers from schools like Colorado, Oregon and Stanford.
After a shaky performance at the Army Bowl quarterback Austin Hinder dropped down from number two to number four, which caused him to slip out of the Scout300.