The talent pool in western Pennsylvania is not as deep this year, but there is some talent.
While northern Florida's Class of 2005 might have a lot of talent, the prospects in southern Florida are even better.
Northern Florida's Class of 2005 will make a lot of dreams come true for recruiters across the country.
With the talent around the state this year, recruiters across the nation have Georgia on their minds.
While Derrick Williams has recruiters streaming into Maryland, the DB/WR is not the state's only talent.
Recruiting expert Tom Lemming has embarked on his annual search for the nation's top prep prospects.
A talented collection of wide receivers and linemen are making the most noise in the Buckeye State this year.
Minnesota might be known for the number of lakes within its borders, but talented linemen are another staple of the state.
While neither Iowa nor Kansas are exactly recruiting hotbeds, one of those states does have more talent than usual.
From receivers and tight ends to defensive linemen and running backs, the Show Me State delivers.
Oklahoma does not produce a tremendous number of players, but it does have a few terrific prospects this year.
Whether searching for linemen or skill position players, recruiters can strike it rich along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Louisiana's Class of 2005 does not have great depth, but it does have a few spectacularly talented prospects.
Dallas and Houston might have better overall depth, but Central Texas is loaded with talented prospects.
Northern Texas' Class of 2005 is loaded with quality players, especially along the line of scrimmage.
While Arizona and Nevada don't have the most blue-chippers, there are still a few quality players.