SCPrepNation's Top 60: 13-24

We're releasing prospects 13-24 today in our Top 60 list for the class of 2010. Who has busted way up the list since our last release and who has taken a slide? Come inside to see where guys like Spartanburg High LB Andre Whitmire(pictured) are in our latest edition of the state's Top 60 player rankings.

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SCPrepNation's Class of 2010 Top Prospects 13-24

13. RB Mustafa Greene

Irmo High School

6'0 200 pounds

The Irmo back holds some pretty hefty offers currently but things have been relatively quiet as of late as far as new offers go as he informed us that he wouldn't be making any visits or camps this offseason. Word is Greene has been trying to close the gap between himself and Marcus Lattimore this offseason. The world already knows he's a tremendous prospect and undoubtedly Greene likes the schools that he holds offers from as he says he wants to narrow it down to a top 5 by the time his senior season starts up. The lack of showings this offseason hasn't really helped him but he's talented enough that he barely moved either way in the standings in our book.

14. OG Kalon Davis

Chester High School

6'5 348 pounds

Here's a prospect that we expect to move up once he shows just how dominate he can be once again this season. Davis has grown, added weight, strength, and improved his technique which is bad news for anyone lining up across from him come next season. We'll be out to check him in action at least once or twice next season to see just how far up the rankings he'll vault in our next release...bank on it.

15. WR Nick Jones

Byrnes High School

5'9 175 pounds

The Byrnes standout continues to rise in the rankings and we don't think he's topped out yet either. After being a dominant force all over for the Rebels last season he's continued that pattern this offseason for the team in 7 on 7 play. The rest of the world is starting to see what we projected a few seasons ago as Jones is a skilled receiver who can go make plays against anybody and everybody. What he lacks in size he makes up for in heart and determination. In a day and age where size is a premium we're sold that Jones makes a big impact once again this year and in college as well wherever he chooses to go.

16. QB Cornelius Jones

Spartanburg High School

6'3 190 pounds

Watching this young man progress and improve since last season has been a sight to see. There were tons of questions after news of the offer from Michigan was reportedly early last season. We knew Jones had all the makings to be a good one and he made good on all of it as he improved each week last season. The Wolverines gathered a commit just a few weeks ago from Jones and while it's uncertain whether he'll stay at QB in Ann Arbor he's got the tools to excel at a number of positions.

17. DE Justin Henderson

Bamberg Ehrhardt High School

6'3 225 pounds

Like teammate A.J. Cann, Henderson exploded this offseason with offers coming in left and right. The Kentucky Wildcats secured Justin's commitment rather early and it appears that it could be a good pairing for both parties. Look for Henderson to continue his improvement from last season and put up more big numbers next year.

18. LB Andre Whitmire

Spartanburg High School

5'11 225 pounds

Whitmire quietly put together a tremendous season a year ago. He actually started to catch our eye during his sophomore season. With a frame made up for the MLB position Whitmire has gathered some impressive offers from a number of programs all over the country. In talking with college coaches they love his tenacity and tackling ability. Whitmire is strong in the classroom so he's going to take his time and figure out exactly which program is right for him.

19. DT Brice Laughlin

Summerville High School

6'3 280 pounds

Laughlin has a world of talent and although he was out much of last season due to an injury expectations are that he'll have a monster senior season. In terms of strength there may not be another DL prospect in the state who can match up with him except Brandon Willis. Laughlin committed to Maryland a while back but that hasn't stopped other schools from chasing after the Green Wave star.

20. DE/LB Kendrick Frazier

Denmark-Olar High School

6'1 240 pounds

While he may be recruited by some schools as a DE we feel his talents would make him a prototype LB. Frazier recently blazed a 4.54 40 time at a Shrine Bowl combine and at that size it screams of a top flight LB prospect. Once his film circulates more and people are able to see just how explosive this youngster is expect even more offers to come for Frazier. College coaches looking for a major sleeper should look no further, he'll blow up before long and you heard it here first.

21. OG Logan Stewart

Boiling Springs High School

6'5 278 pounds

In terms of making a major move in the rankings nobody else has made the jump that Stewart has. Having grown tremendously in size since the end of his junior season Stewart absolutely tore it up on the camp and combine circuit. Fielding offers from a number of programs Logan decided recently that Vanderbilt was the best place for him and in our opinion it was a great move as he sports a GPA upwards of 4.2 in the classroom. This youngster has a lot of upside and shows the hunger to become even better each and every time he steps on the field.

22. WR Joe Craig

Gaffney High School

6'0 160 pounds

We will probably have many folks in Cherokee Co. upset with us for having Craig this low. There's no doubting that Craig has elite speed because he's one of the top track stars in the state regardless of class. That speed can break a game wide open with one play and we're expecting to see him dominate more this season. If he does we'll move him up the rankings accordingly.

23. CB Sheldon Robinson

Lake City High School

5'9 160 pounds

Robinson is one of the top athletes in the state regardless of size and he utilizes it to his advantage when he's on the field. The Lake City standout is one of the most dangerous prospects in the state in the open field due to that 4.3 speed and unbelievable lateral quickness to boot. Most schools are looking at him as a cornerback but we like him there and as a slot receiver or return specialist as well.

24. CB Okoye Houston

Woodmont High School

6'0 180 pounds

While he may have fallen since our last installment of rankings we're standing pat that this youngster is the best prospect that many people don't know about. His name is starting to get around as he holds 8 scholarship offers currently with his biggest coming from Vanderbilt. With size, athleticism, and a competitive nature that comes out against all comers Houston is the state's biggest sleeper who we're expecting to blow up in a major way once the film from the first few games of his senior season are sent out expect him to field some big time offers.