When it was all said and done, Cravens ended up number one, with his fellow USC commit Browne right behind him.
Cravens, the top-ranked safety in the country by Scout.com and Browne, the top-ranked quarterback in the country, are the top defensive prospect and offensive prospect respectively in the West.
In the end, the West had four offensive prospects in the top ten and six on defense.
Just behind Cravens and Browne is Auburn (Calif.) Placer defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes, the third Top 10 ranked player in the country, and the #2-ranked defensive tackle in the nation.
The final five-star from the West is Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza cornerback Priest Willis, the fourth-ranked cornerback in the country, and the sixth overall prospect in the West.
Finishing up the top ten include Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou linebacker Isaac Savaiinaea at No. 7, Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood quarterback and Alabama commit Cooper Bateman at No. 8, Mission Viejo (Calif.) safety and Notre Dame pledge Max Redfield at No. 9 and Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) safety and UCLA verbal Tahaan Goodman at No. 10.
Here is a look at Scout.com's final Class of 2013 West 150.