The Final 2012 Southeast State Rankings

The final Southeast State Rankings are out for the class of 2012, including the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Scout State Rankings
Alabama | Arkansas | Florida
Georgia | Louisiana | Mississippi
North Carolina | South Carolina
Tennessee | Rankings Directory
Wednesday: East State Rankings
The South  state rankings are dominated in several states by five-star prospects, especially the Florida Top 100, where the region's #1-ranked prospect, John Theus, stands atop the list, just as he did at the beginning of the year.

The state of Georgia boasts one of the premier pass-rushers in the country in Jordan Jenkins, a five-star defensive end, and he ends the year at the top of the Georgia Top 75 in the 2012 class.

The Louisiana Top 40 is topped by safety Landon Collins, ranked second nationally, and holding on to the top spot after being their in the preseason.

Reggie Ragland

The Alabama Top 40 has three five-stars and has a new number one with linebacker Reggie Ragland taking over the top spot.

North Carolina currently has a new number one as well in the final North Carolina Top 30, offensive tackle D.J. Humphries.

This year, the South Carolina Top 30 is still led by five-star receiver Shaq Roland.

The Tennessee Top 25 has a new man at the top in Memphis commit Sheldon Dawson.

The Mississippi Top 30 is still topped by Quay Evans.

The Arkansas Top 10 concludes with four-star receiver Jalen Cobb on top.

Class of 2012 Rankings Directory

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