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Recruiting: Top National Players

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Four of the nation's top 15 players hail from the state of Florida, while three come from Alabama and two from Texas. New Jersey's Rashan Gary, however, claims the top spot.

TOP PLAYERS IN THE COUNTRY
Rashan Gary DT 6-4 285 Paramus, NJ / Paramus Catholic High School MICHIGAN

Greg Little OT 6-5 320 Allen, TX / Allen High School OLE MISS

Dexter Lawrence DT 6-5 335 Wake Forest, NC / Wake Forest High School CLEMSON

Levonta Taylor CB 5-11 180 Virginia Beach, VA / Ocean Lakes High School FLORIDA STATE

Nick Bosa DE 6-3 250 Fort Lauderdale, FL / Saint Thomas Aquinas High School OHIO STATE

Shea Patterson QB 6-2 190 Bradenton, FL / IMG Academy OLE MISS

Jacob Eason QB (right) 6-5 205 Lake Stevens, WA / Lake Stevens GEORGIA

Lyndell Wilson OLB 6-2 235 Montgomery, AL / Carver High School ALABAMA

Rahshaun Smith LB 6-2 225 Bradenton, FL / IMG Academy CLEMSON

Isaac Nauta T 6-4 240 Bradenton, FL  / IMG Academy GEORGIA

Mique Juarez LB 6-2 215 Torrance, CA / North UCLA 

Ben Davis LB 6-4 235 Gordo, AL / Gordo ALABAMA

Demetris Robertson ATH 6-0 180 Savannah, GA / Savannah Christian School STILL UNDECIDED

Marlon Davidson DE 6-3 280 Greenville, AL / Greenville AUBURN

Ed Oliver DT 6-2 290 Houston, TX / Westfield High School HOUSTON

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