Top 100 high school football prospects

By Scout.com // Source, MSN Sports

100. Walter Grant

OLB  – 6’4, 235 – Cairo (GA) HS

College: Georgia

This is the type of kid Georgia is looking for on defense. He has that nasty streak, he has the size and he has the ability to make many plays between the hedges in the coming years. He will be an in-the-box player who could be a stand-up edge rusher, an outside linebacker setting the edge or someone in the middle for the Bulldogs.

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99. Amir Riep

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CB – 5’11, 183 – Colerain HS, Cincinnati, OH

College: Ohio State

Long, athletic corner who can play physically but also has good ball skills. Can still get faster, but is a smooth athlete who can change directions well for a bigger kid. Shows good instincts and anticipation as well.

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98. Cesar Ruiz

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C – 6’3, 321 – IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL

College: Michigan

Ruiz is a natural center and he will eventually anchor the Wolverines’ offensive line. He is strong, he is sound in technique, and he will make the calls up front. Michigan beat out ‘Bama, North Carolina and Oklahoma for him.

97. Greg Johnson

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ATH – 5’10, 180 – Augustus Hawkins, Los Angeles, CA

College: USC

Johnson is one of the best two-way players in the West. As a corner, he’s strong in press coverage and can bully smaller wide receivers. As a running back, he’s tough enough to go between the tackles and has the burst to kick it outside and take it to the house.

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96. A.J. Terrell

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S – 6’2, 171 – Westlake HS, Atlanta, GA

College: Clemson

Terrell is an athlete first of all. Out of team need, he played QB at Westlake as a senior. He started out high school playing wide receiver, and he can still stand out there with his length, body control and hands.  But the secondary is where his home will be at Clemson, either at corner or safety.

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