2017 Composite Football Recruiting Rankings by Position

2017 Composite Football Recruiting Rankings by Position

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2017 Composite Football Recruiting Rankings by Position

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With the four major recruiting services having released their final rankings for 2016, USA TODAY High School Sports has compiled a final update to the composite rankings. Here are the composite rankings broken down by position. The rankings reflect the average of 247Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout.

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Davis Mills of Greater Atlantic Christian (Georgia) (Photo: Troy Wayrynen, USA TODAY Sports Images)

Davis Mills of Greater Atlantic Christian (Georgia) (Photo: Troy Wayrynen, USA TODAY Sports Images)

QUARTERBACKS

  1. Davis Mills, Greater Atlanta Christian (Norcross, Ga.), Stanford
  2. Hunter Johnson, Brownsburg (Ind.), Clemson
  3. Tua Tagovailoa, St. Louis (Honolulu, Hawaii), Alabama
  4. Jake Fromm, Houston County (Warner Robins, Ga.), Georgia
  5. Tate Martell, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.), Ohio State
  6. Jack Sears, San Clemente (Calif.), USC
  7. Kellen Mond, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Texas A&M
  8. Sam Ehlinger, Westlake (Austin, Texas), Texas
  9. Dylan McCaffrey, Valor Christian (Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Michigan
  10. Myles Brennan, Saint Stanislaus (Bay Saint Louis, Miss.), LSU
  11. Keytaon Thompson, Landry-Walker (New Orleans, La.), Mississippi St.
  12. Chris Robison, Horn (Mesquite, Texas), Oklahoma
Cam Akers (Photo: Chris Todd, Clarion Ledger)

Cam Akers (Photo: Chris Todd, Clarion Ledger)

RUNNING BACKS

T1. Cam Akers, Clinton (Miss.), Florida St.
T1. Najee Harris, Antioch (Calif.), Alabama
2. Stephen Carr, Summit (Fontana, Calif.), USC
3. Khalan Laborn, Bishop Sullivan (Virginia Beach, Va.), Florida St.
4. D’Andre Swift, St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia, Pa.), Georgia
5. J.K. Dobbins, La Grange (Texas), Ohio State
6. Ty Chandler, Montgomery Bell (Nashville, Tenn.), Tennessee
7. Anthony McFarland, DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), Maryland
8. Eno Benjamin, Wylie East (Wylie, Texas), Arizona St.
9. Zaquandre White, North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers, Fla.), Florida St.
10. Toneil Carter, Langham Creek (Houston, Texas), Texas
11. Brian Robinson, Hillcrest (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), Alabama

Donovan Peoples-Jones (Photo: Detroit Free Press)

Donovan Peoples-Jones (Photo: Detroit Free Press)

WIDE RECEIVERS

  1. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cass Tech (Detroit, Mich.), Michigan
  2. Tee Higgins, Oak Ridge (Tenn.), Clemson
  3. Jerry Jeudy, Deerfield Beach (Pompano Beach, Fla.), Alabama
  4. Joseph Lewis, Hawkins (Los Angeles, Calif.), Uncommitted
  5. Trevon Grimes, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), Ohio State
  6. Jeff Thomas, East St. Louis (Ill.), Uncommitted
  7. Tyjon Lindsey, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.), Nebraska
  8. D.J. Matthews, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), Florida St.
  9. DeVonta Smith, Amite (Amite, La.), Uncommitted
  10. Jhamon Ausbon, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Texas A&M
  11. Henry Ruggs, Lee (Montgomery, Ala.), Alabama
  12. Tyrell Shavers, Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Alabama
Colby Parkinson (Photo: AAG)

Colby Parkinson (Photo: AAG)

TIGHT END

  1. Colby Parkinson, Oaks Christian (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), Stanford
  2. Brock Wright, Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas), Notre Dame
  3. Cole Kmet, St. Viator (Arlington Heights, Ill.), Notre Dame
  4. Josh Falo, Inderkum (Sacramento, Calif.), Uncommitted
  5. Hunter Bryant, Eastside (Sammamish, Wash.), Washington
Alex Leatherwood (Photo: Reinhold Matay, USA TODAY Sports Images)

Alex Leatherwood (Photo: Reinhold Matay, USA TODAY Sports Images)

OFFENSIVE TACKLES

  1. Alex Leatherwood, Booker T. Washington (Pensacola, Fla.), Alabama
  2. Foster Sarell, Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, Wash.), Stanford
  3. Walker Little, Episcopal (Bellaire, Texas), Stanford
  4. Trey Smith, University School (Jackson, Tenn.), Tennessee
  5. Isaiah Wilson, Poly Prep (Brooklyn, N.Y.), Georgia
  6. Calvin Ashley, St. John’s (Washington, D.C.), Auburn
  7. Jedrick Wills, Lexington (Lexington, Ky.), Alabama
  8. Austin Jackson, North Canyon (Phoenix, Ariz.), USC
  9. Andrew Thomas, Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.), Georgia
  10. Austin Deculus, Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas), LSU
  11. Josh Myers, Miamisburg (Ohio), Ohio State
  12. Navaughn Donaldson, Miami Central (Miami, Fla.), Miami
Wyatt Davis (Photo: Jim Halley, USA Today Sports).

Wyatt Davis (Photo: Jim Halley, USA Today Sports).

GUARDS/CENTERS (* indicates center)

  1. Wyatt Davis, St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.), Ohio State
  2. Cesar Ruiz*, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Michigan
  3. Tedarrell Slaton, American Heritage (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), Florida
  4. Jack Anderson, Frisco (Texas), Texas Tech
  5. Robert Hainsey, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Notre Dame
  6. C.J. Thorpe, Central Catholic (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Penn State
  7. Netori Johnson, Cedar Groves (Ellenwood, Ga.), Georgia
  8. Tyrese Robinson, Mckinney Boyd (Mckinney, Texas), Oklahoma
  9. Wes Harris, Aledo (Texas), TCU
  10. Edward Ingram, DeSoto (Texas), LSU
  11. Kayden Lyles, Middleton (Wis.), Wisconsin
Episcopal (Bellaire, Texas) is mentioned by many players at the Under Armour All-America Game as a potential defensive MVP in the game. (Photo: Jim Halley, USA TODAY Sports).

Marvin Wilson. (Photo: Jim Halley, USA TODAY Sports).

DEFENSIVE TACKLES

  1. Marvin Wilson, Episcopal (Bellaire, Texas), Uncommitted
  2. Aubrey Solomon, Lee County (Leesburg, Ga.), Michigan
  3. Jay Tufele, Bingham (South Jordan, Utah), USC
  4. Tyler Shelvin, Notre Dame (Lafayette, La.), LSU
  5. Marlon Tuipulotu, Central (Independence, Ore.), USC
  6. Haskell Garrett, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.), Ohio State
  7. Phidarian Mathis, Neville (Monroe, La.), Alabama
  8. Greg Rogers, Arbor View (Las Vegas), UCLA
  9. Ja’len Parks, Newberry (Fla.), Florida St.
  10. Darnell Ewell, Lake Taylor (Norfolk, Va.), Notre Dame
  11. Jerron Cage, Winton Woods (Cincinnati, Ohio), Ohio State
  12. Eric Crosby, Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, Va.), Tennessee
Jaelan Phillips is ranked the No. 1 player in the updated Composite Player Rankings. (Photo: AAG)

Jaelan Phillips is ranked the No. 1 player in the updated Composite Player Rankings. (Photo: AAG)

DEFENSIVE ENDS

  1. Jaelan Phillips, Redlands East Valley (Redlands, Calif.), UCLA
  2. Chase Young, DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), Ohio State
  3. Josh Kaindoh, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Florida St.
  4. LaBryan Ray, James Clemens (Madison, Ala.), Alabama
  5. A.J. Epenesa, Edwardsville (Ill.), Iowa
  6. K’Lavon Chaisson, North Shore (Houston, Texas), LSU
  7. Luiji Vilain, Episcopal (Alexandria, Va.), Michigan
  8. D.J. Johnson, Burbank (Sacramento, Calif.), Miami
  9. Jarez Parks, Sebastian River (Sebastian, Fla.), Alabama
  10. Robert Beal, Peachtree Ridge (Suwanee, Ga.), Georgia
  11. Hunter Echols, Cathedral (Los Angeles, Calif.), USC
  12. Zachary Carter, Hillsborough (Tampa, Fla.), Florida
Baron Browning (Photo: AAG)

Baron Browning (Photo: AAG)

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

  1. Baron Browning, Kennedale (Texas), Ohio State
  2. Dylan Moses, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Alabama
  3. Anthony Hines, Plano East (Plano, Texas), Texas A&M
  4. Willie Gay, Starkville (Miss.), Mississippi State
  5. Drew Singleton, Paramus Catholic (Paramus, N.J.), Michigan
  6. Vandarius Cowan, Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.), Alabama
  7. Levi Jones, Westlake (Austin, Texas), UCLA
  8. Markail Benton, Central (Phenix City, Ala.), Alabama
  9. Chris Allen, Southern Lab (Baton Rouge, La.), Alabama
  10. Jordan Anthony, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Michigan
  11. Jaden Hunter, Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.), Georgia
  12. Justin Foster, Crest (Shelby, N.C.), Clemson
Jacob Phillips (Photo: The Tennessean)

Jacob Phillips (Photo: The Tennessean)

INSIDE LINEBACKERS

  1. Jacob Phillips, East Nashville Magnet (Nashville, Tenn.), LSU
  2. Tadarian Moultry, Jackson-Olin (Birmingham, Ala.), Auburn
  3. Levi Draper, Collinsville (Okla.), Oklahoma
  4. Nate McBride, Vidalia (Ga.), Georgia
  5. Leonard Warner, Brookwood (Snellville, Ga.), Florida State
  6. Avery Roberts, Concord (Wilmington, Del.), Nebraska
  7. K.J. Britt, Oxford (Ala.), Auburn
  8. David Adams, Central Catholic (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Notre Dame
Shaun Wade (Photo: Logan Bowles, USA TODAY Sports Images)

Shaun Wade (Photo: Logan Bowles, USA TODAY Sports Images)

CORNERBACKS

  1. Shaun Wade, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), Ohio State
  2. Darnay Holmes, Calabasas (Calif.), UCLA
  3. Stanford Samuels, Flanagan (Hollywood, Fla.), Florida St.
  4. Lamont Wade, Clairton (Pa.), Penn State
  5. A.J. Terrell, Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.), Clemson
  6. Justin Broiles, John Marshall (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Oklahoma
  7. Thomas Graham, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.), Oregon
  8. Jaylon Johnson, Central East (Fresno, Calif.), Utah
  9. Kary Vincent, Port Arthur (Texas), LSU
  10. Ambry Thomas, Martin Luther King (Detroit, Mich.), Michigan
  11. Tre Brown, Union (Tulsa, Okla.), Oklahoma
  12. Brad Stewart, McDonogh 35 (New Orleans, La.), Florida
Jeffrey Okudah (Photo: AAG)

Jeffrey Okudah (Photo: AAG)

SAFETIES

  1. Jeffrey Okudah, South Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Ohio State
  2. JaCoby Stevens, Oakland (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), LSU
  3. Richard LeCounte, Liberty County (Riceboro, Ga.), Georgia
  4. Devon Hunter, Indian River (Chesapeake, Va.), Virginia Tech
  5. Paris Ford, Steel Valley (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Pittsburgh
  6. Xavier McKinney, Roswell (Ga.), Alabama
  7. Isaiah Pryor, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Ohio State
  8. Bubba Bolden, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.), USC
  9. Grant Delpit , IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), LSU
  10. Maleik Gray, La Vernge (Tenn.), Tennessee
  11. Todd Harris, Plaquemine (La.), LSU
  12. Cyrus Fagan, Mainland (Daytona Beach, Fla.), Florida St.
Deangelo Gibbs (Photo: Andrew Ivins, 247Sports)

Deangelo Gibbs (Photo: Andrew Ivins, 247Sports)

ATHLETE

  1. Deangelo Gibbs, Grayson (Loganville, Ga.), Georgia
  2. Deommodore Lenoir, Salesian (Los Angeles, Calif.), Uncommitted
  3. Jamyest Williams, Grayson (Loganville, Ga.), South Carolina
  4. Greg Johnson, Hawkins (Los Angeles, Calif.), Uncommitted
  5. Salvon Ahmed, Juanita (Kirkland, Wash.), Washington
  6. Isaiah Pola-Mao, Mountain Pointe (Phoenix, Ariz.), USC
  7. Tray Bishop, Terrell County (Dawson, Ga.), Georgia
  8. Brendon White, Olentangy Liberty (Powell, Ohio), Ohio State
  9. Christopher Henderson, Christopher Columbus (Miami, Fla.), Florida
  10. Lynn Bowden, Harding (Youngstown, Ohio), Kentucky
  11. Connor Wedington, Sumner (Wash.), Stanford
  12. Markquese Bell, Bridgeton (N.J.), Maryland

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