In letting his leaping abilities and striking athleticism speak for themselves, Jones has remained quiet about his college intentions and what interests him. Alabama's Nick Saban is said to be hot for the 6-foot-4, 215-pounder, who is also a state champion in the long jump.
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As the nation's top tailback and SI/Takkle.com's No. 2 recruit overall, Scott has garnered great attention in Southern California for his speed and bounce-back capabilities. Colorado, Florida, LSU and Texas are still chasing him.
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A hard-hitting, ball-hawking safety, the Florida-bound Hill (6- 3, 203) also played quarterback in high school. Next year in Gainesville, he will be expected to plug the gaping holes in the Gators' secondary that were exposed by Michigan in the Capital One Bowl.
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Crossing over the border to play for Georgia next season, Green (6-4, 184), who is a freakish combination of hands, size and speed, should play immediately for a team poised to make a title run next season.
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Though he originally gave Miami a verbal commitment, Johnson, the cousin of former Hurricanes Sinorice and Santana Moss, was lured last month to commit to LSU. Johnson packs a powerful punch as a corner, and his multi-talented approach will give Les Miles plenty to work with.
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Having allowed his mother to decide which school he should attend, Brown says he is happy with the maternal choice. "I think Miami is about family. I want to be among the top linebackers they've produced," says Brown, a 6-1, 210-pound linebacker who tallied 151 tackles as a senior.
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A blur out of the field and equipped with soft hands and an ability to quickly change directions, Oklahoma-bound Calhoun (6-feet, 210) will fit in nicely with Bob Stoops' offense.
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The 6-foot-4, 265-pound defensive tackle is already on Clemson's campus, having enrolled a semester early to start living up to expectations after collecting 14 sacks as a senior and finishing second for the state's "Mr. Football" honor.
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The subject of great speculation on message boards, the football and basketball star is still weighing his options. Michigan, Oregon, Ohio State and LSU remain on his list, and he does not plan on announcing until National Signing Day, Feb. 6.
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Staying home in the city where he led Northwestern to a state title, the Miami-bound Forston, a 6-foot-2, 285-pound defensive force, believes The U's 2008 signing class can help restore the once-proud program's reputation.
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