USFNation Hot 20

So much has changed since we released the last Hot 20. Read on to find out who made the list, who was left off, who fell and who climbed. Get it only on USFNation.com!

1. QB B.J. Daniels (Lincoln HS)
2. OT Greg Shaw (Miami Pace HS)
3. OLB Sean Spence (Miami Northwestern HS)
4. DE Corey Liuget (Hialeah HS)
5. CB Kevin Green (Rickards HS)
6. OT Troy Niblack (Edgewater HS)
7. WR Anthony Jones (NEM CC)
8. DE Anthony Mains (Naples HS)
9. QB Evan Landi (Coral Springs HS)
10. S Carlton Lewis (St. Augustine HS)
11. WR Davon Johnson (Miami Booker T. HS)
12. DE David Bedford (Independence CC, Kansas)
13. WR Roger Frazier (Pearl River CC)
14. OG Steven Robinson (Lincoln HS)
15. CB/S Josh Price (Terry Parker HS)
16. DT Cory Grissom (Troup County HS)
17. S Leonard Johnson (Gibbs HS)
18. WR O.J. Murdock (Pearl River CC)
19. Ath Orhian Johnson (Boca Ciega HS)
20. RB Santuan McGee (Florida High, Tallahassee)


Commentary:
Last update we listed the biggest drops and the biggest gains, this time we are not going to. It's been two months since the last Hot 20 came out and so much has changed that this is basically a whole new list. The top 5 are pretty straight-forward, they are the best prospects at key positions. B.J. Daniels is number one, followed very closely by Greg Shaw at number two. Troy Niblack falls just outside the top 5, he's not nearly the prospect that Shaw is, but he is a true tackle so it gets him a higher rating.

Carlton Lewis is an interesting player at number ten. He's flown a bit under the radar, but at 6'2.5 and 190 pounds he has the ability to play safety, wide receiver and maybe even some corner. He's starting to gain some notoriety after taking an unofficial visit to South Carolina last weekend.

Davon Johnson ranks above a few other talented receivers on this list. Remember that JUCO receivers can only contribute for two years instead of 4, thus decreasing their value.

Probably the biggest surprise is the fall Orhian Johnson has taken. At one point he was just outside the top 5, now he is barely inside the top 20. His offensive line is hurting him this year and many teams who were hot on him are cooling. There is still plenty of time for him to turn it around.

From here on out USFNation will update this list at least once a month.



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