Looking for the best prospects in the nation? Check out who made Tom Lemming's top 100 for 2005.
Minnesota might be known for the number of lakes within its borders, but talented linemen are another staple of the state.
From receivers and tight ends to defensive linemen and running backs, the Show Me State delivers.
Whether searching for linemen or skill position players, recruiters can strike it rich along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Just like much of the wine in Northern California, the region's Class of 2005 football prospects have aged well.
The Illinois Class of 2005 is loaded with outstanding talent on offense, especially at running back.
New Jersey brings two very talented LBs and a deep crop of DBs to the Class of 2005 dance.
New Jersey is loaded at RB and WR, but a tackle from Plainfield is attracting the most attention on offense.
The strength of Michigan's Class of 2005 prospects is on defense, especially at linebacker and defensive back.
Nebraska might not have the deepest talent pool in the nation, but it does have a couple of sizzling prospects.
RB Toney Baker has the size, speed and moves to make an immediate impact at the college level.
A two-way end leads the way in Indianapolis, while a tough lineman is tops in Cincinnati writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
While not up to last year's unbelievble group of prospects, Maryland has some talent writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
Speed rules in South Florida and the region is loaded with fast defenders writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
Big stars are scattered all over the map in Georgia writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.