The younger brother of Michigan linebacker James Ross, Josh started for St. Mary's as as a freshman before an injury cut his season short. Michigan State and Oklahoma have already offered the aggressive backer and the Wolverines won't be far behind.
Sibley stepped right in for Hoban and had a big season. He's already a nicely built back at 5-foot-10, 195-pounds and showed he had explosiveness and breakaway ability. No offers yet, but schools like Ohio State, Alabama and Pittsburgh are already paying close attention.
Thomas had a big debut for the Flyers. He had 12 receiving touchdowns and two on returns. Not a big kid, his speed gives him a chance to go the distance any time. Syracuse and Kansas already offered and he has a chance to have many more and be a national recruit by the time he's a senior.
Mason (6'4, 268) has outstanding technique and feet already for such a young kid. He played tackle this season, but how his body develops will determine exactly where he plays in college. Whether it's inside or out, he's a likely BCS prospect who will get a lot of attention over the next few years.
Already 6-foot-5, 255-pounds, Myers has the frame to keep adding weight while keeping the athleticism and footwork that allowed him to not only compete at the varsity level, but do it well. Scout's Dave Berk, who saw him in person believes many offers will come his way throughout the process.
All offseason we heard he was the next big thing at Cass. Injuries kept him out for the early part of the season, but once he got out there, we saw that the hype was real. He is fast, has explosive leaping ability and has a knack for making big plays. Now that he's healthy, we expect a big offseason and then a big sophomore year from him.