Looking for the best prospects in the nation? Check out who made Tom Lemming's top 100 for 2005.
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 Pacific Northwest in breathtakingly beautiful. And the recruits in the region are pretty good as well.
There's enough talent in the Colorado and Utah to ensure that recruiters will be heading to the mountains this year.
The Illinois Class of 2005 is loaded with outstanding talent on offense, especially at running 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.
While not up to last year's unbelievble group of prospects, Maryland has some talent writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The Houston and East Texas area is one of the richest recruiting grounds in the country, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The array of talented QBs in the Lone Star State extends into Central Texas, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The Dallas and Northeast Texas areas are absolutely loaded with talent, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
Southern California's Class of 2004 is strong on defense, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The number of talented offensive players in Southern California is amazing, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.