Like most years, the vast majority of the division-one prospects that come out of the state of Nevada, come from the Las Vegas area. In fact, only three are not from Las Vegas in this year's list.
It was a close call at the top with two offensive tackles battling it out for the top spot. Bishop Gorman's Nick Gates made a strong push for the top spot with a great showing in the post season all-star game. As a result, Gates was upgraded to a four-star prospect.
Green Valley's Tyrell Crosby has long been committed to Oregon and it is the second year in a row the Ducks have gotten a kid from the state.
To see the list in it's entirety, clock the link below
Class of 2014 Nevada Rankings
Final State Rankings: Nevada
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