N.J. Rankings: 10-6 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 four of what will be a five-part series through the week.

10.) ATH Juwann Winfree, Dwight Morrow (Englewood, N.J.) -- Winfree saw his recruitment go from average to an explosion of offers at the end of his junior season. Approaching double digits with offers including Rutgers, Michigan and West Virginia.

At 6-foot-2, 180 pounds, Winfree can be a receiver or a defensive back at the next level and he is being recruited by schools with interest in doing both.

9.) RB Jonathan Hilliman, St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.) -- Following in the footsteps of Savon Huggins, Hilliman blew up with offers as a sophomore and junior and is now one of the most coveted prospects in the Garden State. Hilliman ran for a solid 1,156 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior and holds 16 offers.

Hilliman, at 6-foot-1, 207 pounds, is a strong downhill runner and checks in as the No. 33 player at his position.

8.) WR Noah Brown, Pope John XIII (Sparta, N.J.) -- Brown brings speed and versatility to the receiver position for Pope John XIII. As a junior, Brown rushed 98 times for 847 yards and 14 touchdowns, caught 41 passes for 630 yards and six touchdowns, and he returned four kickoffs for touchdowns.

7.) RB Gerald Owens, West Deptford (N.J.) -- Owens is far from your typical running back with a bruising nature and tremendous size at the position. He moves well for a 240-pounder. He runs violently and, though he does not have breakaway speed, is fast enough to play tailback at his current weight.

The four-star Owens, who could also play defensive line, holds verbal offers from Michigan State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin. He is's No. 1 running back out of New Jersey in the class of 2014.

6.) TE Garrett Dickerson, Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) -- Dickerson has all of the attributes for a top-level college tight end, but could be just as successful as a defensive end at the next level. The four-star prospect checks in at 6-foot-4, 240 pounds and is the No. 6 tight end in the 2014 class. Offers starting piling up before his junior season and he now has his pick of nearly any school in the region. Dickerson is the younger brother of Northwestern receiver Cameron Dickerson.

Dickerson caught 24 passes for 364 yards on offense as a junior and compiled 58 tackles and 18 TFLs as a defensive end for Bergen Catholic.

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