Mike Nichols -- Already eyeballed and he stands every bit the 6-4.5/6-5, 225 pounds we list him at. Kid's a heckuva good-lookin' specimen. QB may be his position in high school, but I find myself wanting to see him notch plenty of snaps on the defensive side of the ball. But with head coach George Campbell installing the midline option attack, Nichols will expend quite a bit of energy on the offensive side and not sure how much time he'll get on the Westbury D, but this kid could easily wreak havoc at either LB or DE. At this point, he's an outstanding D-I LB/DE prospect. Someone's going to be very happy. But don't tell him that because he's working his tail off to eventually become a solid D-I QB.
D-I schools looking for safeties might want to take a look at FS Daunte Godien. But they'll have to get a copy of Westbury's Spring game because the kid recently transferred in. Don't forget about SS Freddie Smith Jr. who made some noise at the end of last year. He's trying to get his grades up in the classroom and his father continues to push him. Shawn Jarman has pretty decent size (6-2.5, 210) and speed (4.65/4.7) for the linebacking position and could see more attention with a good senior season.