The Rivals.com recruiting experts have broken down countless hours of film and racked up plenty of frequent flyer miles to see the top prospects compete in games and at events across the country to come up with the most extensive and accurate prospect rankings and evaluations you will find. In the process of evaluating overall talent, several prospects gained notice for their mastery of specific skills.
Here are our postseason rankings for offensive players in a number of different categories.
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1. Blaine Gabbert, Ballwin (Mo.) Parkway WestSigned with MissouriProved he could make every throw at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl practice.
2. Mike Glennon, Centreville (Va.) WestfieldSigned with N.C. StateDoesn't look like he has a strong arm, but there's not a throw he can't make.
3. Dayne Crist, Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre DameSigned with Notre DameThrows a very nice long ball and puts zip on intermediate passes.
4. Terrelle Pryor, Jeannette, Pa.Still deciding between Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon and Penn StateSometimes has to take some zip off the ball on intermediate passes.
5. B.J. Daniels, Tallahassee (Fla.) LincolnSigned with South FloridaSmall frame belies very strong arm.
1. Andrew Luck, Houston (Texas) StratfordSigned with StanfordHit receivers in stride all week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl practice.
2. Blaine Gabbert, Ballwin (Mo.) Parkway WestSigned with MissouriEven with a cannon arm, he showed nice touch at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
3. Star Jackson, Lake Worth (Fla.) Lake WorthSigned with AlabamaHad the best touch of any of the East quarterbacks at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
4. Kyle Parker, Jacksonville (Fla.) Bartram TrailSigned with ClemsonShowed off his accurate arm at Under Armour All-America Game.
5. Mike Glennon, Centreville (Va.) WestfieldSigned with N.C. StateConsistently puts his receivers in good position to catch the ball.
1. Terrelle Pryor, Jeannette, Pa.Still deciding between Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon and Penn StateCarried the ball 10 times for 79 yards and a touchdown in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game.
2. MarQueis Gray, Indianapolis (Ind.) Ben DavisSigned with MinnesotaGreat athletic ability can make defensive players look foolish.
3. Jordan Jefferson, Destrehan, La.Signed with LSUSpeed allows him to escape and make plays on the run.
4. Randall Mackey, Bastrop, La.Signed wth Ole MissHas great speed and makes good decisions on when to tuck and run.
5. Jaybo Shaw, Flowery Branch, Ga.Signed with Georgia TechLack of size helps him slip by pass rushers.
HOME RUN THREAT
1. Jeffrey Demps, Groveland (Fla.) South LakeSigned with FloridaFastest player in the state of Florida.
2. Cyrus Gray, DeSoto, TexasSigned with Texas A&MShowed a great burst of speed at Offense-Defense All-American Bowl.
3. DeSean Hales, Klein (Texas) OakSigned with TexasHis quick feet and open-field moves make him dangerous.
4. Ryan Bass, Corona (Calif.) CentennialSigned with Arizona StateReaches top speed so quickly he's gone if he gets free.
5. Sam McGuffie, Cypress (Texas) Cy-FairSigned with MichiganGreat speed and amazing athletic ability make him a threat from anywhere.
BEST INSIDE RUNNER
1. Aundre Dean, Katy, TexasSigned with UCLABig back grinds it out and must be gang-tackled.
2. Darrell Scott, Ventura (Calif.) St. BonaventureSigned with ColoradoScott has outside speed but is strong enough to do damage inside, too.
3. Jonas Gray, Detroit (Mich.) Country DaySigned with Notre DameSize and low center of gravity make him a chain-mover.
4. Jamie Harper, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity ChristianSigned with ClemsonBig back with good speed who makes yardage after first contact.
5. Milton Knox, Lake Balboa (Calif.) BirminghamSigned with UCLAWouldn't expect it, but he does most of his work inside.
BEST IN SPACE
1. Ryan Williams, Manassas (Va.) Stonewall JacksonSigned with Virginia TechHis start-stop ability makes him fun to watch in one-on-one situations.
2. DeSean Hales, Klein (Texas) OakSigned with TexasCould have quickest feet in the nation.
3. Andre Ellington, Moncks Corner (S.C.) BerkeleySigned with ClemsonHard to get a clean hit on this scat-back in open space.
4. Ryan Bass, Corona (Calif.) CentennialSigned with Arizona StateCan make linebackers or defensive backs miss.
5. Carlton Thomas, Frostproof, Fla.Signed with GeorgiaQuick back could be a terror on returns.
BEST DOWNHILL RUNNER
1. Darrell Scott, Ventura (Calif.) St. BonaventureSigned with ColoradoOnce he gets up a head of steam, watch out.
2. Jermie Calhoun, Van, TexasSigned with OklahomaWhen his legs get churning, he's tough to bring down.
3. Jamie Harper, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity ChristianSigned with ClemsonHarper would just as soon run over you as around you.
4. Dontavius Jackson, Franklin (Ga.) Heard CountySigned with GeorgiaStrong lower body allows him to churn out extra yards.
5. Jonas Gray, Detroit (Mich.) Country DaySigned with Notre DameWill lower his head and make you pay to tackle him.
BEST DEEP THREAT
1. Michael Floyd, St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham HallSigned with Notre DameShowed his ability to separate and win jump balls at U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
2. DeVier Posey, Cincinnati (Ohio) La SalleSigned with Ohio StateGreat route runner can sell intermediate pattern and go deep.
3. Tavarres King, Mt. Airy (Ga.) Habersham CentralSigned with GeorgiaVery smooth receiver with an extra gear you don't expect.
4. Joshua Jarboe, Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar GroveSigned with OklahomaBig body and excellent speed make him very tough downfield.
5. Julio Jones, Foley, Ala.Signed with AlabamaSo strong he can win any jump ball.
1. Brice Butler, Norcross, Ga.Signed with USCLong arms help him reach seemingly uncatchable balls.
2. A.J. Green, Summerville, S.C.Signed with GeorgiaStrong hands and adjusts to the ball very well in the air.
3. Dan Buckner, Allen, TexasSigned with TexasCatches the ball the way you're taught, hands out in front.
4. Melvin Ray, Tallahassee (Fla.) North Florida ChristianSigned with AlabamaMakes tough catches look easy.
5. T.J. Lawrence, Lakeland (Fla.) KathleenSigned with FloridaSimilar to Ray, he makes things look easy and effortless.
BEST AFTER CATCH
1. A.J. Green, Summerville, S.C.Signed with GeorgiaDespite tall frame, he's slippery and has extra gear to gain yardage.
2. Darryl Stonum, Sugar Land (Texas) DullesSigned with MichiganIs shifty after the catch for a big wideout.
3. Julio Jones, Foley, Ala.Signed with AlabamaJust too big to handle if you don't have help.
4. DeAndre Brown, Ocean Springs, Miss.Signed with Southern MissStrength allows him to shrug off arm tackles and get yardage.
5. Michael Floyd, St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham HallSigned with Notre DameHas good size and can shed tackles and make people miss.
1. A.J. Green, Summerville, S.C.Signed with GeorgiaMakes everything look effortless and smooth.
2. Julio Jones, Foley, Ala.Signed with AlabamaHuge receiver boasts freakish athleticism.
3. Michael Floyd, St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham HallSigned with Notre DameExtremely smooth for a receiver with pretty good size.
4. DeAndre Brown, Ocean Springs, Miss.Signed with Southern MissAnother big receiver who showed his agility at U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
5. Joshua Jarboe, Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar GroveSigned with OklahomaBig guy also plays basketball and runs track.
1. Jake Stoneburner, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StateHas wide receiver speed in a tight end's body.
2. Kyle Rudolph, Cincinnati (Ohio) ElderSigned with Notre DameLong stride and frame allows him to stretch the field.
3. James Hanna, Flower Mound, TexasSigned with OklahomaGreat quickness both forward and laterally.
4. Blake Ayles, Orange (Calif.) LutheranSigned with USCOld-school physical, but he can still move.
5. Jabaris Little, Tallahassee (Fla.) LincolnSigned with Florida StateGreat size and good straight-line speed.
1. Blake Ayles, Orange (Calif.) LutheranSigned with USCMost well-rounded tight end and makes people miss.
2. James Hanna, Flower Mound, TexasSigned with OklahomaHis athletic numbers across the board are excellent.
3. Kyle Rudolph, Cincinnati (Ohio) ElderSigned with Notre DameAlso a terrific basketball player which helps footwork.
4. Jake Stoneburner, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StateHis speed and route-running show off his athletic ability.
5. Brandon Moore, Trotwood (Ohio) Trotwood-MadisonSigned with MichiganCan do almost anything on the football field, just needs to be more involved.
1. Dwayne Allen, Fayetteville (N.C.) Terry SanfordSigned with ClemsonWon best hands during Under Armour week.
2. Kyle Rudolph, Cincinnati (Ohio) ElderSigned with Notre DameAdept at catching balls at his feet or over his head.
3. Blake Ayles, Orange (Calif.) LutheranSigned with USCA drop is a rarity for the California native.
4. Jake Stoneburner, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StatePlaying wide receiver has helped him develop great hands.
5. Ryan Deehan, Poway, Calif.Signed with ColoradoIf it's near him, he'll catch it.
BEST RUN BLOCKER
1. Baker Steinkuhler, Lincoln (Neb.) Lincoln SouthwestSigned with NebraskaSimply a beast who wants to destroy the player in front of him.
2. Stephen Good, Paris, TexasSigned with OklahomaGood is a brawler who plays with good leverage and loves to run block.
3. Lucas Nix, Jefferson Hills (Pa.) Thomas JeffersonSigned with PittsburghGets stronger run-blocking as the game progresses.
4. Trevor Robinson, Omaha (Neb.) ElkhornSigned with Notre DameStays low and has very strong leg drive.
5. Dann O'Neill, Grand Haven, Mich.Signed with MichiganFor a tall lineman, he plays low and dominates in the run game.
BEST PASS BLOCKER
1. Matt Kalil, Anaheim (Calif.) ServiteSigned with USCObviously learned a lot from his older brother, especially footwork.
2. Michael Brewster, Orlando (Fla.) EdgewaterSigned with Ohio StatePhysical lineman gets out of his stance well and has great feet.
3. Matt Patchan, Seffner (Fla.) ArmwoodSigned with FloridaNasty attitude and gets a nice punch off the line.
4. Khaled Holmes, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater DeiSigned with USCShowed off excellent footwork during Under Armour week.
5. Mike Adams, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StateShowed his pass-blocking skills at U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
1. Baker Steinkuhler, Lincoln (Neb.) Lincoln SouthwestSigned with NebraskaOnce he locks you up, the battle is over.
2. Stephen Good, Paris, TexasSigned with OklahomaLives for drive-blocking opponents out of the frame.
3. Trevor Robinson, Omaha (Neb.) ElkhornSigned with Notre DameShowed his power all week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
4. A.J. Harmon, Louisville (Ga.) Jefferson CountySigned with GeorgiaExcellent run blocker anchors well and is hard to move.
5. Braxston Cave, Mishawaka (Ind.) PennSigned with Notre DamePhysical blocker has 405-pound bench press.
1. Mike Adams, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StateSomeone as big as Adams shouldn't move this well.
2. Tyron Smith, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho VerdeSigned with USCLong, lean and has a 31-inch vertical jump.
3. Barrett Jones, Memphis (Tenn.) Evangelical Christian SchoolSigned with AlabamaAgility will allow him to play center at the next level.
4. Antoine McClain, Anniston, Ala.Signed with ClemsonHuge tackle with very light feet.
5. Allen Carroll, Oakland (Calif.) McClymondsSigned with WashingtonHas great potential as a pulling guard.
1. Mike Adams, Dublin (Ohio) CoffmanSigned with Ohio StateYou get the impression Adams could excel at any sport despite his size.
2. Matt Patchan, Seffner (Fla.) ArmwoodSigned with FloridaPatchan is an excellent downfield blocker because of his athleticism.
3. Tyron Smith, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho VerdeSigned with USCMoves like a tight end despite his size.
4. Barrett Jones, Memphis (Tenn.) Evangelical Christian SchoolSigned with AlabamaYou have to be athletic to play center and Jones fits the bill.
5. Michael Brewster, Orlando (Fla.) EdgewaterSigned with Ohio StateAthletic ability allows him to get outside and block in space.