TREN'DAVIAN DICKSON, WR NAVASOTA (TEXAS) HIGH > BAYLOR
This is an article from the Feb. 15, 2016 issue
The Bears lost Corey Coleman, who last year set the school record for TD catches in a season (39). Enter Dickson, who set the national high school mark with 39 TD grabs as a junior.
JACOB EASON, QB LAKE STEVENS (WASH.) SENIOR HIGH > GEORGIA
The Bulldogs had to fight to keep the No. 2 QB in this year's class away from Florida. Now Eason provides immediate competition for returning starter Greyson Lambert.
RASHAN GARY, DT PARAMUS (N.J.) CATHOLIC HIGH > MICHIGAN
The Wolverines have talent coming back on the D-line, but Gary may be too gifted to keep off the field. His athleticism, power and speed enable him to fill in anywhere.
N'KEAL HARRY, WR CHANDLER (ARIZ.) HIGH > ARIZONA STATE
With three of their top four pass catchers from 2015 gone and a new starter under center, the Sun Devils need Harry to quickly become a productive deep threat.
THEO HOWARD, WR WESTLAKE (CALIF.) HIGH > UCLA
The highest-rated wide receiver to commit to UCLA in the history of Scout's rankings, Howard could form a dynamic pairing with sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen.
MIQUE JUAREZ, LB TORRANCE, CALIF., NORTH HIGH > UCLA
Juarez is a superb athlete capable of contributing almost anywhere, including on offense. Sound familiar? A Bruin who fit that description, Myles Jack, just left for the NFL.
TOMMY KRAEMER, OT CINCINNATI, ELDER HIGH > NOTRE DAME
Ronnie Stanley's departure to the NFL creates an open spot for Kraemer to fill. The 6'5" 310-pounder is noted for his physicality.
GREGORY LITTLE, OT ALLEN (TEXAS) HIGH > OLE MISS
Former No. 1 OT recruit (Laramy Tunsill) is off to the NFL; here comes another top-ranked tackle.
AUSTIN MACK, WR FORT WAYNE, IND., BISHOP LUERS HIGH > OHIO STATE
No receiver who hauled in more than one pass returns for the Buckeyes. Mack, the No. 6 wideout in the class of '16, is noted for his ability to pick up yards after the catch.
BRANDON MCILWAIN, QB NEWTOWN, PA., COUNCIL ROCK HIGH > S. CAROLINA
The Gamecocks bring back four QBs who attempted passes in 2015, but the four-star McIlwain could become new coach Will Muschamp's top option.