Stock Risers: Who Made The Biggest Jump?

We released our Class of 2013 Top 80 Prospects list this past month and there are a handful of players who simply blew up since our previous release back in March. Guys like Byrnes cornerback Shane Samuels (pictured) and others leaped over 8 or more spots in the latest rankings here on Come inside to see who else joins him and why.

These prospects all jumped 8 or more spots in our latest rankings release.

Chocolate Wilson (From 29 to 12, 17 spots) The Myrtle Beach cornerback isn't the biggest corner out there but he has top flight ball skills and excellent athleticism. Every time he touches the ball he's a threat to return it for six points. Also doubles as an electric return specialist giving him additional value to college coaches.

Mykal Moody (From 24 to 14, 10 spots) Moody is easily one of the state's top athletes along with Goose Creek's Tramel Terry. Some are projecting him to be a wide receiver or cornerback on the next level but he's had a brilliant career as a quarterback for Conway thus far. Don't be surprised if he picks up quite a few more FBS offers as the season rolls along.

Reshawn Riley (From 53 to 19, 34 spots) We couldn't figure out why Riley didn't have more offers back in March but he's since emerged with a handful of offers. Some schools may waffle because he plays at a small school but he's got so much upside and potential he's hard to bypass. Riley could become a very good hybrid TE that many colleges and NFL teams are seeking.

Shane Samuels (From 32 to 24, 8 spots) Samuels is another prospect who isn't the biggest out there but he has a nose for the ball and makes big time plays all the time. Teams have tried to take advantage of his size but he's made them pay for the past 2 seasons. Expect his respect level from opposing teams to go way up this season but he's still one of the state's top corners.

Nicholas Halmon (From 39 to 26, 13 spots) Halmon was always on the radar and once he picked up steam he's added some really nice offers to his list. Initially thought of as a safety early on he's now being projected as a cornerback. One of the toughest and most physical corners you'll find in the state Halmon may pick up more offers soon.

Lavadrick Glenn (From 49 to 32, 17 spots) Glenn has lost the steam he initially had as a freshman helping Clinton win a state championship but he's still a heckuva good ball player. Right now we're projecting him as a cornerback on the next level and he's shined there for the past few seasons for the Red Devils.

DeVonta' Delaney (From 52 to 37, 15 spots) Delaney has come on strong as of late and has picked up some nice offers. A strong start to his senior season could see him add plenty more offers.

Derrick Kinloch (From 57 to 43, 14 spots) Kinloch picked up his first offer here recently and has good size (6'1 180 pounds) and speed (4.58 seconds) to be a good prospect who's still "under the radar". Kinloch is hoping to have a big senior season to add more offers to his resume he says. Kinloch is a strong student in the classroom as well.

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