Isaiah Jones continues to get bigger and impress this spring and he has moved into the Scout300. Find out what other moves were made in the South right here.
is a 6-foot-4, 200 pound wide receiver out of Milton, Fla. and he is among the best at his position. He a ranked as a mid level three-star on Scout entering the spring and he has moved up the list to a strong four-star early in the summer.
Jones is a big target with long arms and a natural athlete. He can go up and get the ball, he makes adjustments on the ball in the air, and he is going to play on the next level around 220 pounds.
The new four-star receiver recently named Auburn, Florida State, and Louisville as his top three.
Another offensive prospect that has added a star is Jordan Wilkins. The 6-foot-1, 210 pound running back out of Cordova, Tn. visited Auburn recently and he is now in the Scout300.
He has been on the cusp from the beginning, but after seeing more of him, he moved up from the no. 15 running back in the South to no. 13. That moved him ahead of Clemson commitment Wayne Gallman and Marquez Grayson. Gallman was a four-star, but with Wilkins leaping ahead of him this cycle, he moves down to a high three-star.
Wilkins runs with a great balance of speed and power. He is more of an upright runner, but has shown the speed to get to the edge and break away from defenders.
The only defensive prospect to make a move into the Scout300 early in the summer is Davin Bellamy. The 6-foot-4, 230 pound rush end/outside linebacker out of Atlanta (Ga.) Chamblee was a prospect Scout introduced to the recruiting world very early in 2012 and he has taken off since then.
Basketball has been his first love, but he has developed into one of the top football prospects in the Peach State. His stock is on the rise in recruiting and he recently named Florida State and Vanderbilt as his top two.
He has gone from a max on bench press of 185 pounds to 300 pounds since giving up AAU basketball this summer to focus on football.
Jones, Wilkins, and Bellamy are now in the Scout300 and along with Gallman, Deadrin Senat, and Earnest Robinson have moved out as well.
Defensive end Tim Williams was solid at the LSU camp earlier this summer, but didn't show quite the explosiveness Scout was looking for. He remains a four-star, but drops a handful of spots at his position.
Cameron Sutton is a cornerback out of Jonesboro, Ga. that has made a big move over the past month. Scout has seen him at multiple events and he was under consideration for the Scout300 this cycle. He moves up over 40 spots to be one of the top 35 cornerbacks in the country now.
Atlantic (Fla.) defensive tackle Keith Bryant continues to see his stock rise on Scout. He has moved up 10 spots at his position and moved into the top 200 prospects in the country. Some questioned his size, but Scout saw him recently and he is plenty big enough. He has long arms, he is 6-feet 2-inches tall, and he really explodes off the ball. He is currently committed to Miami.
A tight end that has really emerged over the past three months is Jordan Davis out of Thomson, Ga. Florida and South Carolina offered him early and they were smart. He is a very athletic 6-foot-4, 220 pound tight end who can stretch the field. He played at around 200 pounds last fall, so he has gained a good bit of weight. He really catches the ball well, he is still developing, and was in discussion for the Scout300 this month.
Freddie Stevenson out of Bartow, Fla. is a physical linebacker who can play inside or outside on the next level. He is very strong, he has shown the ability to explode through opponents, and he is closing in on 20 scholarship offers. He has moved up to one of top 20 middle linebackers on Scout.