Bone's Best:1. Reuben Foster, linebacker, Auburn
2. Dee Liner, defensive end, Muscle Shoals
3. O.J. Howard, tight end, Autauga Academy
4. Ardarius Stewart, athlete, Fultondale
5. Grant Hill, offensive tackle, Huntsville
6. Austin Golson, offensive tackle, Prattville
7. Jason Smith, quarterback, McGill-Toolen
8. Earnest Robinson, wide receiver, Pinson Valley
9. Jeremy Johnson, quarterback, Montgomery-Carver
10. Deon Johnson, wide receiver, Spanish Fort
11. Rod Crayton, defensive tackle, Dadeville
12. Bradley Bozeman, offensive tackle, Handley
13. Kamryn Melton, cornerback, Dothan
14. Cameron Toney, linebacker, Huntsville
15. Jarren Johnson, wide receiver, Jackson
16. DeAndre Woods, wide receiver, Clay-Chalkville
17. Cameron Luper, athlete, Auburn
18. Marquez White, cornerback, Dothan-Northview
19. Ulric Jones, defensive lineman, Oxford
20. Nate Andrews, wide receiver, Fairhope
21. Carl Lee, wide receiver, McGill-Toolen
22. Jonathan Ford, running back, New Hope
23. James Cox, wide receiver, Northridge
24. Jordan Huff, running back, St. Paul's
25. T.J. McCollum, safety, Clay-Chalkville
26. B.J. Hammond, wide receiver, Gadsden City
27. Rashawn Smith, outside linebacker, Florence
28. Jordan Howard, running back, Gardendale
29. Tevin Watters, athlete, Thomasville
30. Jonathan Cook, cornerback, Spanish Fort
Change at the topThe nation's No. 2 overall prospect, Reuben Foster, transferred from LaGrange-Troup County, Ga., to Auburn High School. The five-star linebacker takes the the No. 1 slot in Alabama.
The next six players in the state remained the same. Earnest Robinson, four-star wide receiver and Auburn commitment from Pinson Valley, did move ahead of Jeremy Johnson, four-star quarterback from Montgomery-Carver. Kamryn Melton, three-star cornerback and Auburn commitment from Dothan, moved up a spot from No. 14 to No. 13.
New top backJonathan Ford, running back from New Hope, takes the top back in the state. Ford's recruitment has picked up tremendously with scholarship offers from Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. Jordan Huff will have a chance to regain the No. 1 spot once we see how he has recovered from the season ending knee injury.
Cracks Top 25T.J. McCollum, safety from Clay-Chalkville, is on the rise. He is physically one of the most impressive prospects in the state. Last year was his first season playing safety after spending his sophomore year at receiver. McCollum has an offer from Mississippi State.
AbundanceThere are plenty of wide receivers in the state, and several schools from across the country have taken notice. There are 10 receivers who are currently ranked among the Top 30 prospects in Alabama.
Stay tuned as the state rankings will expand to the Top 40 in May. Who's next?