JJHuddle Top 200 Coming Friday…A look at Ohio’s Top Senior Prospects


ScoutOhio2014Who are Ohio’s Top 200 senior football prospects heading into the 2014 season? Here’s our take. Thanks to the staffs at JJHuddle and ScoutingOhio, this is the state’s most comprehensive list of talent heading into the regular season. Come signing day, expect to see these names in ink.

Top200Please keep in mind…this is by no means a list of the Top 200 Ohio High School Football Players. “Prospects” and “Players” differ greatly. There are some names on this list that may shock you and others you expect. Some that have outrageous stats and some that don’t have any. They’re all here for a reason though. They have the potential to play on Saturdays on scholarship, which brings us to this…Who will be ranked No. 1? Who will be ranked in the Top 10? Who will be ranked where?

From Aug. 1-Aug. 28 we will release 10 names each weekday. Friday it starts…

To Preview the Top 200, here’s how the Top 100 looked when we ranked them in early June (Prior to the summer camp season).

2014 JJHuddle Top 100

1. Justin Hilliard, 6’2, 210, LB, ST XAVIER

Verbal: Ohio State

Offers: Indiana, Iowa, Akron, Western Michigan, Ohio, Toledo, Arkansas, Nebraska, Miami, Illinois, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Penn State, Boston College, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Virginia, Texas A&M, Michigan, Florida State, Louisville, Clemson, USC, North Carolina State

2. Jerome Baker, 6’1, 190, RB, BENEDICTINE

Verbal: Florida

Offers: Ohio State, Florida, Louisville, Penn State, Tennessee, Michigan State, Michigan, West Virginia, Illinois, Georgia Tech, Georgia

3. DreMont Jones, 6’4, 245, DE, ST IGNATIUS

Verbal: Ohio State

Offers: Cincinnati, Iowa, Ohio State, Michigan State, Kentucky

4. Elijah Taylor, 6’3, 250, DT, MOELLER

Verbal: Notre Dame

Offers: Ohio State, West Virginia, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Maryland, Rutgers, Illinois, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Ohio

5. Larry Scott, 6’0, 205, RB, HUBBARD

Verbal: Michigan State

Offers: Tennessee, Michigan State, Kentucky, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Auburn, Alabama, Ohio State

NOs. 100-96

NOs. 95-91

NOs. 90-86

NOs. 85-81

NOs. 80-76

NOs. 75-71

NOs. 70-66

NOs. 65-61

NOs. 60-56

NOs. 55-51

NOs. 50-46

Nos. 45-41

Nos. 40-36

Nos. 35-31

Nos. 30-26

Nos. 25-21

Nos. 20-16

Nos. 15-11

Nos. 10-6


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