South Stock Report

Prospects are being evaluated daily by the Scout team of analysts and a trio of 2013 prospects recently saw their star ranking change. Get the latest here.

Rankings are constantly being updated on Scout and a trio of prospects saw their star ranking change this week.

Stock Up

Wayne Gallman has hovered around the Scout300 for months and after seeing him play twice live over the last two months and watching game tape, he has shown that he belongs in that elite group of four-star prospects on Scout.

Gallman is around 6-feet, 1-inches tall and he is right around 200 pounds. In a game against Archer on Thursday, he scored two touchdowns at running back and he also picked a pass off and returned it for a touchdown while playing linebacker.

He is committed to Clemson and the Tigers are getting an athlete who could help them on either side of the ball. There has been some talk about re-ranking the star out of Grayson (Ga.) as an outside linebacker, but for now, he is the No. 33 running back in the country.

Gallman moved up eight spots in the position rankings, but one that made a bigger move than that was Zach Cunningham.

This is a late-bloomer that is really starting to see his stock rise as his senior tape gets out. Cunningham is a 6-foot-4, 220 pound outside linebacker that can run. You see his size, how he chases the football, how he moves in space, and you have to think more offers will be on their way soon.

This senior out of Pinson Valley (Ala.) is averaging 14 tackler per contest and he is only going to get better. He is now ranked as the No. 22 outside linebacker in the country and you could see him continue to ascend up the rankings as we see more of him in the playoffs.

Stock Down

LSU has done an excellent job of locking down much of the top talent in their home state against this year and one of those guys on their commitment list is Chuck Baker.

Scout had Baker in the Scout300 entering the season, but as we have watched more of him over the last couple of months, we have changed his star ranking from a four to a three.

The 6-foot-2, 195 pound wideout is a very physical player and he is a solid wideout, but he has not shown the explosiveness expected and he looks to be more of a strong possession receiver.

Baker has slid down to a three-star wideout and Scout nows ranks him as the No. 47 receiver in the country.

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