N.J. Rankings: 25-21 is here to rank the top prospects in New Jersey with the 2014 recruiting wave well underway. Looking at the 35 best college prospects in the state, here is a look at part two of what will be a five-part series through the week.

25.) G Courtel Jenkins, St. Anthony's (Newark, N.J.) -- Jenkins brings a lot of size and strength at 6-foot-2, 310 pounds. Jenkins reports a verbal scholarship offer from Pittsburgh and will be busy in camps during the spring. Jenkins is also in contact with Rutgers, Maryland, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Syracuse and West Virginia.

24.) CB Saquan Hampton, Nottingham (Trenton, N.J.) -- Hampton is committed to Rutgers after taking an unofficial visit to campus last week. Hampton is an athletic 6-foot-2 with above-average ball skills and won a state title as a junior.

With Hampton's size, he will start off as a cornerback at Rutgers but projects just as well if not better as a safety. Hampton grew two inches since the summer of his junior year and could be even bigger by the time he signs with Rutgers. Rutgers was his first offer at the time of his commitment, but other schools were close to doing so.

23.) DB Cameron Queiro, Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) -- Queiro is the younger brother of Northwestern's Kyle Queiro, he projects as a safety at the next level but could grow into a linebacker. The three-star prospect played a solid role in Bergen Catholic's run to the state championship last year and has verbal offers from Vanderbilt, Northwestern and Pittsburgh.

22.) QB Steve Shanley, Paramus Catholic (N.J.) -- Shanley threw for 1,755 yards and 21 touchdowns on his way to a state championship as a junior and is the best pure quarterback prospect in New Jersey this year.

Yes, Shanley has the advantage of Jabrill Peppers and Tyrone Washington at the skill positions, but his throws an accurate ball and has deceptive arm strength. He does not yet have an offer but is expected to make a lot of noise on the camp circuit in a region devoid of top-level quarterbacks.

21.) DE Jimmy Hogan, Ramapo (N.J.) -- A three-star defensive end, Hogan holds verbal offers from Rutgers, Massachusetts and UCF. New Jersey is deep at the position this year, but Hogan ranks in as the No. 69 player at the position nationally on Hogan checks in at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds and is also hearing from Boston College, Buffalo and Penn State.

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