Called a "10-year prospect" by many who cover California high school football, Clausen has put up gaudy statistics and won a state championship as a senior. What gets lost with all the talk of leading Notre Dame to the promised land and 60-plus touchdowns in a season is that Clausen has serious football tools to back up the hype. He has a strong arm, an extremely quick release and razor sharp accuracy. He's got excellent size and a good frame for a college or pro quarterback. His presence in the pocket and the feel he has for the game are very advanced for a high school player. You combine that with his physical tools and it's obvious that he's special.
John Curtis, River Ridge (LA)
Scores touchdowns in multiple ways and is special with the ball in his hands.
Creekside, Fairburn (GA)
Has all the tools to develop into an elite college cornerback.
Texas High, Texarkana (TX)
One of the biggest arms in the country has people talking NFL potential already.
Fort Dorchester, North Charleston (SC)
Does uncanny things on the football field for a player of his size.
Agua Fria, Avondale (AZ)
The highest ranked player ever from Arizona in the 10-year history of Rivals.com.
Ballou, Washington (D.C.)
The nation's top defensive tackle boasts rare agility and quickness.
Muskegon, Muskegon (MI)
Big long-term potential as a wide receiver, but is just as good at cornerback.
Armwood, Seffner (FL)
Superior quickness and knack for the big play make him dominant.
Saint Francis, Milwaukee (WI)
Eats defensive linemen and linebackers for lunch with his 6-7, 315-pound frame.
Servite, Anaheim (CA)
Do-it-all linebacker plays for one of California's best high school programs.
Nease, Ponte Vedra (FL)
Great feet and strength make him a dominant player.
Hempstead, Hempstead (TX)
Still the most dominating receiver in Texas.
Southern Lab, Baton Rouge (LA)
Size, speed, range, ball skills -- Jones has it all.
North Fort Myers, North Fort Myers (FL)
West Virginia, Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Nebraska, USC
Explosiveness stems from his vision and cutting ability.
South Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie (TX)
One of the best offensive linemen to come out of the Lone Star State in several years.
Oaks Christian, Westlake Village (CA)
The most complete back in the nation with hands, power and speed. Broke his leg late in his senior season.
Huntingdon, Huntingdon, (TN)
Outstanding closing speed and natural ability makes him one of the nation's top linebackers.
Garner, Garner (NC)
A true two-way threat that has showcased that he can excel at receiver.
LaSalle, Cincinnati (OH)
One of the nation's best pure pas rushers with an amazing frame.
Gilmer, Gilmer (TX)
Top athlete should shine as a lock-down corner in college.
Cummings, Burlington (NC)
Big receiver will be a dangerous red zone threat.
Columbine, Littleton (CO)
A monster tackle prospect that's only going to get even bigger and stronger.
Dunbar, Washington (D.C.)
Benn combines tight end strength with wide receiver speed.
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