# 3 – Austin Long, 6-5.5, 270 pound offensive tackle from Memphis-Briarcrest Christian
Long is one of the biggest prospects in the state in many way. Long made an early commitment to Georgia in late April, but had several offers and interest prior to his decision. Long provides great size, frame, quickness, and technique in the trenches. He made his decision to commit to the Bulldogs over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
# 2 – Alex Bullard, 6-4, 275 pound offensive guard from Brentwood Academy
Bullard is another top prospect that has already made his choice. He chose Notre Dame over Tennessee and Michigan back in early June. Bullard's strength, technique, quick feet, and ability to work to the second and third level help his skills significantly. He had plenty of offers including Alabama, Florida, Michigan, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt. Bullard is tremendously quick off the ball and shows great athleticism and balance getting to his blocks. He plays with very good leverage.
# 1 – Marlon Brown, 6-5, 205 pound wide receiver from Memphis-Harding Academy
By far Brown is the top recruit in the state. His size, speed, hands, and athleticism make him the most sought after prospect in the state since wide receiver Patrick Turner, class of 2005, made his commitment to USC. He has narrowed his list down to a top five including Georgia, Florida, Ohio State, Tennessee, and LSU. Brown had 199 yards receiving and 139 yards rushing in the division two state championship game this past Tuesday. Fans shouldn't expect a commitment from Brown until signing day.