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Updated 5-star recruits in the On3 Industry Ranking

Collin-headshotby:Collin Ginnan07/09/24


Following the latest release of the 2025 On300, the On3 Industry Ranking has updated, as have the five-star recruits in it.

With the summer heating up and official visit season now complete, the On3 Industry Ranking features 32 five-stars to reflect the numbers of players selected in the first round of the NFL Draft.

The On3 Industry Ranking is a proprietary algorithm that compiles ratings and rankings from all four primary recruiting media services. It is also the industry’s most advanced, complete and unbiased measurement.

It weights the primary recruiting media services based on past performance data, and overall scouting and recruiting coverage investment. For football, the algorithm is weighted as follows: On3 (35%), 247Sports (35%), (20%) and ESPN (10%). 

After the latest update, those 32 prospects are listed below:

1. QB Bryce Underwood — LSU commit

LSU QB commit Bryce Underwood
LSU QB commit Bryce Underwood

School: Belleville (Mich.)
Scouting Summary: Bryce Underwood is the early top quarterback prospect in the 2025 cycle. A top arm talent and plus athlete who is among the more physically gifted quarterback prospects in recent cycles. Measured at 6-foot-3, 210 pounds with a 10-inch hand the spring after his sophomore season. Owns a big-time arm with the ability to drive the ball with velocity to all levels of the field. Throws a very tight spiral that amplifies the velocity on the tail of his passes. Has shown advanced nuance and skill as a passer early on. Comfortable delivering over the middle of the field from within the pocket. Consistently sticks the ball on receivers against tight coverage. Shows the ability to layer passes with touch and high-level location.

“Doubles as a run threat with the ability to make defenders miss and pull away at the second level. Has a 27-1 record as as a starter over the first two years of his high school career, leading his school to back-to-back state titles. Completed 65% of his passes for 2,751 yards and 37 touchdowns as a sophomore. Also rushed for 642 yards and eight scores. Very young for the cycle with an August birthday and could technically be a 2026 prospect. Has considerable physical upside and room for continued growth.”

2. OT David Sanders Jr. — Uncommitted

School: Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day
Scouting Summary: David Sanders Jr. is a twitchy, explosive jumbo athlete who looks like one of the top offensive tackles in the 2025 cycle early on. A two-way star for Providence Christian in Charlotte as an offensive tackle and defensive lineman. Has a tall, lean frame, measuring in at around 6-foot-5.5, 250 pounds. Registers as a top athlete, excelling in the combine setting. Transfers that athleticism over to the field. An electric mover for an underclassman offensive line prospect. Explodes to the second level and moves effortlessly in space. Plays much stronger than his lighter weight would suggest. Has developed upper body and core strength to plant defenders into the ground. Flashes some dominant tendencies as a drive blocker and finisher. Runs his feet on contact and plays with some nastiness.

“Relatively advanced technically. Also shows off his athleticism as a defensive lineman. Would be an easy Power 5 prospect on that side of the ball. Also shows his functional strength in track and field, where he’s a standout in the shot put, with an outstanding personal best of 53-3.5 feet as a sophomore. Will need to continue adding mass, as he is relatively lean and does not have an overly wide frame. Older for the class, turning 17 years old as a sophomore.”

3. WR Dakorien Moore — Oregon commit

School: Duncanville (Texas)
Scouting Summary: Dakorien Moore is a skilled receiver with a well-rounded skill set who stars for one of the tip high school programs in the state of Texas. Measured at around 5-foot-10.5, 175 pounds prior to his junior season. Touts top speed on the track, running a wind-aided 10.63 mark in the 100 meters as a sophomore. Shows a refined and well-rounded skill set as a receiver both on Friday nights and in the camp setting. Has the long speed to separate deep and take the top off of defenses. Shifty after the catch and uses his field vision to find open space, sometimes cutting back across the field.

“Looks to have plus ball skills, with the ability to make acrobatic catches. Shows reliable, strong hands at the catch point in the camp setting. Turned in a good sophomore season for the Texas state champions, catching 44 passes for 767 yards and seven touchdowns.”

4. CB Devin Sanchez — Ohio State commit

School: Houston North Shore
Scouting Summary: Devin Sanchez is a tall, athletic cornerback with a high level of technical skill as an underclassman prospect. Stars for one of the top high school football programs in the state of Texas. Listed at an unverified 6-foot-2, 170 pounds. Took a big jump as a sophomore, showing lockdown tendencies, particularly in man coverage. Smooth and technical with the footwork, instincts and play speed to stay attached. Makes some impressive plays in downfield coverage. Turned in some strong track times as a sophomore, with a personal best of 10.81 seconds in the 100 meters.

“Looks to have one of the best size and speed combinations among cornerbacks early on in the 2025 cycle. Will need to continue adding good mass and strength in addition to continuing to develop his already solid ball skills.”

5. DL Elijah Griffin — Uncommitted

Elijah Griffin USC Trojans
Photo by Chad Simmons/On3

School: Savannah (Ga.) Christian Prep
Scouting Summary: Elijah Griffin is a highly athletic, disruptive defensive lineman who looks like the top defensive prospect in the 2025 cycle early on. Measured at 6-foot-3.5, 270 pounds with a 10-inch hand prior to his sophomore season. Has the size of an interior defensive lineman with the high-end twitch and athleticism of a top pass rusher. Flies off the snap and darts into the backfield to create disruption with regularity. A very loose and fluid athletic, particularly at his size. Plays with outstanding leverage and body lean. Shows advanced hands at the point of attack and quickly neutralizes offensive linemen. Has the speed in pursuit to track down running backs from the back side.

“Phenomenal production as a sophomore with 14.5 sacks and 30 tackles for loss. Shows his functional strength and short area explosion in track and field, where he threw the shot put over 50 feet as a sophomore. Projects as a top defensive lineman with the ability to line up and disrupt from multiple spots on a defensive front.”

6. CB DJ Pickett — Uncommitted

School: Zephyrhills (Fla.)
Scouting Summary:DJ Pickett is a dynamic, explosive two-way playmaker who looks like one of the top defensive back prospects in the 2025 cycle. A big-time two-way player as a receiver and defensive back. Has a thin, lean frame at over 6-foot-2 and around 170 pounds. An extremely twitchy athlete who also excels in track and field. Turned in sensational marks in the 100 meters (10.62 seconds) and 200 meters (21.69 seconds) as a sophomore. A natural playmaker on Friday nights. Pairs his plus athleticism and easy movement skills with high-level instincts and ball skills. Has elite range as a deep safety.

“Reads and jumps routes to make plays on the ball. Doubles as a game-breaking receiver with the ability to take the top off of defenses and come down with acrobatic contested catches. Finished his sophomore season with 43 catches for 886 yards and 12 touchdowns in addition to picking off four passes. Ranked as a safety early on, but could be a legitimate high-end cornerback prospect or even play some offense in college. A bit older for the cycle, with a May birthday. Will need to continue adding good mass to his leaner frame.”

7. DL Justus Terry — Uncommitted

School: Manchester (Ga.)
Scouting Summary:Justus Terry has a tremendous frame and build for an interior defensive line prospect. Stands in at 6-foot-5, 275 pounds with excellent weight distribution throughout his frame. Wins with first step and lateral quickness, has rare get off and leverage for a player of his stature. Quality bend and ability to change direction, comfortable in space. Uses his length to initiate contact consistently and sheds blockers with ease.

“Able to anchor and two-gap if asked to in run support. Will need to continue to fill out and gain functional play strength at the next level. Should be able to carry an extra 20-30 pounds on his frame. High upside prospect who will be in consideration for a first-round selection in the NFL Draft.”

8. QB Tavien St. Clair — Ohio State commit

School: Bellefontaine (Ohio)
Scouting Summary:Tavien St. Clair is a pure passer with prototypical physical tools that point to one of the higher developmental upsides among quarterbacks in the 2025 cycle. Measured in at 6-foot-3.5, 210 pounds with a 9.5-inch hand prior to his junior season. Made a considerable jump in development during the off-season between his sophomore and junior years. Has smooth and tight mechanics as a passer. Touts a quick release that is easily replicable. Consistently throws a tight spiral. Mechanical foundation makes him a naturally accurate passer.

“Off to a strong start to his junior season. Doubles as a solid runner who can pick up yards with his legs when called upon. Functional mobility gives him the ability to extend plays. A three-sport athlete, also playing basketball and baseball. Shows above-the-rim bounce on the hardwood. The degree of improvement from his sophomore to junior years is indicative of an ascending prospect.”

9. CB Na’eem Offord — Ohio State commit

School: Birmingham (Ala.) Parker
Scouting Summary:Na’eem Offord is a twitchy, highly coordinated athlete who projects as one of the top defensive back prospects in the 2025 cycle. Has plus stature and length, measuring in at close to 6-foot-1, 180 pounds. Registered as one of the top athletes on the spring camp circuit prior to his junior season. Is a two-way star on Friday nights, making plays on offense as a receiver and ball carrier while doubling as a cornerback.

“Rarely tested on defense, but shows his considerable athleticism and plus ball skills on offense. Very fluid and surprisingly polished in defensive back drills in the camp setting. Looks to have notable upside at defensive back once he focuses on the position full-time.”

10. SAF Jonah Williams — Uncommitted

Jonah Williams
2025 safety Jonah Williams (On3)

School: Galveston (Texas) Ball
Scouting Summary:Jonah Williams is a rangy safety prospect who excels playing in space. Has the long speed and fluidity to function in space as a zone or man defender in the passing game. Has the frame of a linebacker with the athleticism and skill set of a safety. Measured in at 6-foot-3, 210 pounds during summer campus visits and has plenty of room to fill out. Tested well in explosive drills during camp settings. Impressive baseball prospect as well as a pitcher and outfielder.

“Sideline to sideline speed is easy for him, covers ground in a hurry. One of the more physically impressive recruits in the 2025 recruiting cycle. High upside prospect whose best football is ahead of him.”

11. OT Ty Haywood — Uncommitted

School: Denton (Texas) Ryan
Scouting Summary:Ty Haywood Explosive, powerful offensive tackle with high-end traits for the position. Measured in at around 6-foot-5, 280 pounds prior to his junior season. Owns plus length and projects as a tackle long-term. Shows encouraging movement skills in the camp setting. Doubles as a standout in track and field with a stellar 54-6.75 shot put throw as a sophomore. Transfers those physical attributes over to the field in a functional way. Works at left tackle for Denton Ryan, one of the top talent-producing high school programs in North Texas.

“Flashes very strong hands, stunning defensive linemen with his initial punch. Has strong grip strength and maintains his blocks. A bully in the run game. Shows good reactive quickness with moving laterally. Plays with a sturdy base and shows the ability to anchor on contact. Will need to continue honing his pass set technique and moving his feet once engaged.”

12. OT Michael Fasusi — Uncommitted

School: Lewisville (Texas)
Scouting Summary:Michael Fasusi is a strong, physical offensive tackle with a high developmental upside. Measured in at around 6-foot-5 and close to 300 pounds prior to his junior season. Added significant size during the off-season between his sophomore and junior years. Has plus length for the position and a well-proportioned build. Registers as a solid athlete in the combine setting. Also showing encouraging improvement on the field as a junior, adding play strength. Latches onto defensive linemen and keeps his feet moving on contact. Gets a considerable push at the point of attack. Plays with an edge and works to finish blocks with authority.

“Shows good lateral quickness and plays with an improved base and balance. Also participates in track and field, sporting a personal best throw of 46-10 feet in the shot put as a sophomore, a strong mark. Needs to work on his pass set technique but has the baseline skills to be a solid pass protector with coaching and work. Younger for the cycle, turning 17 years old in the summer prior to his senior season.”

13. QB Julian Lewis — USC commit

School: Carrollton (Ga.)
Scouting Summary:Julian Lewis is a polished signal caller who turned in the most productive freshman season among 2026 quarterbacks. Has been touted as a high-profile prospect, earning offers as a middle schooler. Measured in at around 6-foot-0.5, 185 pounds with a 9.5-inch hand prior to his sophomore season. Turned in a strong freshman campaign, completing 65.5% of his passes for over 4,100 yards and 48 touchdowns against 12 interceptions while leading his team to a state title appearance. Played well while facing some of the strongest competition among 2026 quarterbacks. Has advanced accuracy and overall polish at this early stage.

“Very consistent on a throw-to-throw basis in the camp setting. Shows the ability to locate passes to several areas, including over the middle of the field. Shows nice touch and ability to layer the football. Navigates the pocket well, sliding up to elude pass rushers. Can make defenders miss in space. Has plenty of time to continue growing, but is not overly physically imposing at this stage. Flashes a good arm, but his upside as a pure, top arm talent remains to be seen. Can also continue improving as a creative playmaker as he gets more varsity experience. Figures to be among the top quarterbacks in 2026 as the cycle progresses.”

14. IOL Solomon Thomas — Florida State commit

School: Jacksonville Raines
Scouting Summary:Solomon Thomas is a big-bodied, physical offensive lineman with versatility and one of the higher floors in what is a loaded cycle at the position. Measured in at around 6-foot-3.5, 315 pounds with plus length prior to his senior season. Has a barrel-chested build with solid weight distribution. Lines up at tackle for his high school but likely has the highest upside as a guard long-term. Very stout at the point of attack. Plays with a strong base and has pop in his hands on contact. Detonates defensive linemen and linebackers with his punch. Plays with a physical edge and works to finish blocks. Has good technical ability in pass protection.

“Held up well in a 1-on-1 matchup against 2024 five-star defensive lineman LJ McCray as a junior. A solid, not overwhelming athlete. Can continue to improve his lateral agility and reactive quickness. Has the skill level to potentially get on the field early in his college career given his strength and battle-tested resume.”

15. Caleb Cunningham — Uncommitted

Caleb Cunningham

School: Ackerman (Miss.) Choctaw County
Scouting Summary:Caleb Cunningham is a bouncy outside receiver with the upside to become a skilled ball-winner. Listed at an unverified 6-foot-3, 185 pounds. Moves well at that size. Shows the ability to come down with catches in contested situations. Naturally coordinated and can locate the football at its highest point. Also shows some ability to make defenders miss after the catch. Doubles as a fantastic high school basketball player who lives above the rim, throwing down dunks with regularity.

“Also posted strong marks in the high jump (6-0 feet) and triple jump (43-4.25 feet) as a freshman. Has considerable natural ability but will need to hone his technical skill at the position over the final few years of high school football. Could stand to be more productive. Plays at a smaller high school and doesn’t face top competition.”

16. OT Andrew Babalola — Uncommitted

School: Overland Park (Kan.) Blue Valley Northwest
Scouting Summary:Andrew Babalola is an immensely gifted offensive tackle who has the physical traits and athletic ability to develop into one of the top prospects at the position in the 2025 cycle. New to football, playing his first year of varsity action as a junior, previously being a basketball-first athlete. Measured in at over 6-foot-5, 280 pounds with arms over 34 inches prior to his junior season. A naturally flexible athlete. Has a flat back in his stance and plays low, sinking his hips to drive up through defenders. A strong functional mover. Moves well and shows light feet. Has advanced balance and shows a strong base, playing with his feet rooted in the ground. Shows surprising and borderline startling play strength for a developmental tackle.

“Consistently manhandles defensive linemen at the point of attack. Sustains blocks with his strong grip strength and often finishes with authority, planting defensive linemen in the dirt. Shows an encouraging level of physicality and nastiness. Will need to continue honing his overall technique, particularly in pass protection. Just scratching the surface of his considerable potential and could challenge as the top tackle in the 2025 cycle with continued development.”

17. RB Harlem Berry — LSU commit

School: Metairie (La.) St. Martin’s Episcopal
Scouting Summary:Harlem Berry is the most electric running back in the 2025 cycle. Possesses elite burst and effortless movement skills. Measured in at over 5-foot-10 and around 180 pounds prior to his junior season. Registers as a high end athlete with elite speed on the track and in the combine setting. Won state titles in the 100 and 200 meters as a sophomore with times of 10.57 seconds and 21.43 seconds, respectively. Most importantly, transfers his outstanding top end speed onto the field in a functional way. A threat to take it to the house on any touch. A light, springy mover who shifts gears and changes directions at full speed. Displays outstanding vision. Reads blocks and bursts through the line to the second level. The game moves slow for him at the prep level.

“Runs through contact and shows balance that belies his size. Catches the ball well out of the backfield and projects as a viable option on passing downs. Highly productive as a sophomore, rushing for 2,237 yards and 37 touchdowns at 11.5 yards per carry and is continuing to play at a high level midway through his junior season. Does not have an overly large frame and will need to continue adding good mass in order to carry a substantial load at the next level. Has a later birthday for the cycle, turning 17 years old in late May of his junior year.”

18. WR Kaliq Lockett — Uncommitted

School: Sachse (Texas)
Scouting Summary:Kaliq Lockett is a long-limbed pass-catcher with an outstanding catch radius and functional movement skills. Measured in at around 6-foot-1.5, 170 pounds prior to his senior season. Has elite length and a big frame, with arms that measure over 34 inches to go with 10.5-inch hands. Shows the ability to win at every level on Friday nights and in the camp setting. Stacks cornerbacks off the line of scrimmage with his initial burst and releases. Offers the movement skills of a smaller wide receiver with the catch radius and high-point ability of a jumbo pass-catcher. Shows shake and good play speed to separate within his routes.

“Plays with a high level of technical ability. Catches with good technique, using his hands to frame the football. Shows acrobatic in-air ability with the wherewithal to out-jump defenders in contested situations. Also flashes high-level tracking skills. Turned in a strong junior season, hauling in 59 catches for 1,299 yards and 13 touchdowns. Will need to continue filling out his frame.”

19. WR Jaime Ffrench — Uncommitted

School: Jacksonville Mandarin
Scouting Summary:Jaime Ffrench is a savvy receiver with advanced route-running skills. Measured at around 6-foot-1, 185 pounds in the off-season prior to his junior year. Tests as a solid athlete in the combine setting. Shows elite change of direction and start-stop ability on Friday nights and in the camp setting. Easily changes gears within his routes. Capable of stacking corners off the line and shows shake at the top of his routes.

“Flashed coordination and the ball skills to make fantastic one-handed grabs at camps. Shifty after the catch. A competitive prospect who showed up to seemingly every event in the off-season. Can clean up concentration drops as he can lose focus at times. Projects as one of the top receivers in the 2025 cycle in large part due to his well-rounded, technical skill set.”

20. EDGE Isaiah Gibson — Georgia commit

Isaiah Gibson
NASHVILLE, TN – May 28, 2024 – Day one of the 2024 On3 Elite Series taken in Nashville, TN. Photo By Ian Cox

School: Warner Robins (Ga.)
Scout’s Take:Isaiah Gibson is one of the freakier prospects along the defensive front in the 2025 cycle. The Warner Robins (Ga.) High product measured in at the On3 Elite Series at 6-foot-3.25, 263 pounds with 35-inch arms and close to a 7-foot-2 wing span. Gibson is a top-shelf athlete at that size, running in the 4.7’s at Under Armour’s Atlanta camp. The high-end physical traits show up on the field, where the Georgia pledge lines up as a jumbo pass rusher.

“Though he figures to have competition as the top EDGE prospect in the cycle, Gibson could continue to make a strong case with improved consistency as a senior.

21. SAF Trey McNutt — Uncommitted

School: Shaker Heights (Ohio)
Scouting Summary:Trey McNutt is a rangy safety prospect who has the ability come downhill and be a force player in the run game, play center field as a single high safety, or match up in man to man in the slot. Tremendous versatility in the secondary at the next level and beyond. Physical and violent player, not afraid to stick his head into traffic and make plays around the line of scrimmage. Excellent burst and trigger out of his backpedal.

“Strong ability to read and diagnose what offenses are doing in front of him. Need to see more from him in terms of ball production, but has excellent ball skills and ability to high point the football. Excellent upside with a frame that should be able to fill out with ease in a collegiate strength and conditioning program.”

22. TE Elyiss Williams — Georgia commit

School: Folkston (Ga.) Camden County
Scouting Summary:Elyiss Williams has a rare combination of athleticism and size for the tight end position. Stands in at nearly 6-foot-7 with crazy bounce and ability to play above the rim which stems from his dominance on the hardwood. Smooth mover in space that can win vertically up the seam with his top-end speed. Has the fluidity and looseness in his hips in order to win in intermediate routes as well. Physical and more than willing blocker at the line of scrimmage. Plays with tenacity and ferocity at the point of attack.

“Comfortable pass catcher but will need to get stronger catching the ball away from his frame more consistently. Has all the physical and athletic tools that offensive coaches covet at the position. Extremely high upside prospect.”

23. LB Zayden Walker — Georgia commit

School: Ellaville (Ga.) Schley County
Scouting Summary: “Zayden Walker was the early front-runner for top EDGE prospect in the 2025 cycle as a rising junior. An unverified 6-foot-2, 220 pounds. Flashes a high-end combination of on-field athleticism and functional play strength. Lines up in both two and three-point stances off the edge. Shows noticeable first-step quickness off the snap. Very strong at the point of attack. Plays with excellent leverage and uses his strong lower body to move offensive linemen both as a bull rusher and run defender.

“Makes some eye-popping plays in pursuit, showcasing high-end athleticism in tracking down ball carriers from the back side. Doubles as a dangerous running back, using his athleticism and strength to pick up yards after contact. Helped his team to a state title appearance as a sophomore.”

24. QB Husan Longstreet — Texas A&M commit

School: Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Scout’s Take: “Texas A&M pledge Husan Longstreet touts arguably the strongest arm in the cycle. Longstreet has an absolute bazooka. The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder’s explosive arm talent is among the best we’ve seen at the Elite 11 Finals over the past few years. Longstreet is a twitched-up passer and mover. The Texas A&M commit can rip fastballs, but showed some improved accuracy and ability to layer the football at the Elite 11 Finals.

25. QB George MacIntyre — Tennessee commit

George MacIntyre-Tennessee football-Tennessee Volunteers-NIL

School: Nashville Brentwood Academy
Scouting Summary:George MacIntyre measured in at 6-foot-2, 170 pounds during summer campus visits. George MacIntyre- Tall signal caller with strong projectable tools as a passer and playmaker. Measured in at around 6-foot-5.5, 185 pounds with a 9.25-inch hand prior to his junior season. Has a tall, wiry build that should continue to fill out over time. Touts a tight, compact throwing motion with little moving parts. The release is whippy quick. Flashes good arm strength, with the ability to flick passes out to the boundary and downfield. Mechanical foundation points to a baseline level of accuracy. A bouncy, light-footed mover within the pocket. Avoids pressure in the backfield, stepping up in the pocket. Capable of making high-level second-reaction plays. Has strong improvisational skills. Shows a long stride in the open field.

“Doubles as a high-level high school basketball player and received high major looks as an underclassman. Plays a tough schedule, but does not have the production or efficiency typical of an elite quarterback prospect. High school team struggled in his junior season. Will need to continue making strides as a player on Friday night and adding weight to his frame, but has the potential to be one of the top quarterbacks to come out of the 2025 cycle.”

26. ATH Michael Terry III — Uncommitted

School: San Antonio Alamo Heights
Scouting Summary:Michael Terry is a true do-it-all football player who could project at a high level at upwards of four or five positions at the next level. Has lined up as a receiver, running back, quarterback and cornerback for his high school team. Measured in at around 6-foot-3, 215 pounds with good length. Registers as a strong athlete in track and field posting 6-4 foot high jump and wind-aided 10.83-second mark in the 100 meters as a sophomore. Transfers that athleticism to the field, where he is one of the more impactful jumbo athletes in the cycle on Friday nights. Shows the ability to separate and make plays at the catch point at wide receiver. A nimble ball carrier with the ability to pull away when he lines up at running back.

“Could potentially grow into a jack-of-all-trades offensive weapon capable of lining up in the backfield, split out wide or as an H-Back. Also an intriguing option as a back seven defender. Has a linebacker frame with corner athleticism and fluidity. Has true positional ambiguity but an extremely versatile and useful skill set. Will need to hone in on one position and add technical skill as he’s yet to focus at one spot.”

27. IOL Josh Petty — Uncommitted

School: Roswell (Ga.) Fellowship Christian
Scouting Summary:Josh Petty is an athletic, physical offensive lineman with considerable developmental upside. Measured in at 6-foot-4, 265 pounds with 33.5-inch arms prior to his junior season. Two-way standout working at offensive tackle and defensive end for his high school. Shows high-end movement skills. Easily works to the second level. Light on his feet and moves with fluidity. Operates with a high level of conditioning playing on both sides of the ball. Good enough of an athlete to play on defense in college, though his upside is highest on the offensive line. Plays with a high effort level and physicality. Works to finish blocks with authority, driving defensive linemen to the sideline at times. Shows strong flexibility and core strength, coming off the ball low and firing through his hips. More advanced as a run blocker than pass protector at this time, but has the athletic ability to pass block at a high level with further development.

“A strong wrestler, finishing as the state runner-up as a sophomore. Also throws the shot put with a personal best of 40-8.5 feet as a sophomore. Faces a lower level of competition at the high school level. Could ultimately project at tackle or slide inside. Will need to continue adding good mass to his frame. Younger for the cycle, with an August birthday. Could feasibly be a 2026 prospect from an age perspective.”

28. WR Dallas Wilson — Oregon commit

School: Tampa Bay Tech
Scouting Summary:Dallas Wilson is a twitchy wide receiver with the ability to win at the catch point and some of the best after-catch ability in the cycle. Measured in at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds with good length prior to his junior season. A good athlete who runs well in the combine setting. Shows a well-rounded skill set on Friday nights. A functional athlete who has a noticeable bounce in his movement. Shows quick feet with the ability to cut on a dime. Physical and flashes strong hands at the catch point. Attacks the ball in high-point situations. Outstanding after the catch. Sticks his foot in the ground and gets upfield quickly.

“Has great contact balance and breaks arm tackles. Dangerous when working underneath and over the middle of the field. Caught 49 passes for 879 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior. Will need to continue adding polish to his game. Projects as a versatile X receiver with the ability to threaten all areas of the field.”

29. QB Matt Zollers — Missouri commit

School: Royersford (Pa.) Spring-Ford
Scouting Summary:Matt Zollers looked like the top playmaker among 2025 quarterbacks on junior film and continued to show his physical skill set throughout the offseason. The 6-foot-3.5, 203-pounder has a live, loose arm and high-end movement skills. We saw the arm talent on display at the Elite 11 Finals. While there is room for improvement with his overall consistency, we viewed Zollers’ showing as more impressive than initially thought after reviewing video from the camp. The Missouri commit excels in live settings.

“We saw this during the 7-on-7 portion of the Elite 11 Finals when he threw six touchdowns, tying for the most on the day. As one of the few current multi-sport athletes among top 2025 quarterbacks, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the consistency improve once he fully focuses on football.”

30. TE Linkon Cure — Kansas State commit

Five-star Linkon Cure on Kansas State visit
Linkon Cure/IG

School: Goodland (Kan.)
Scouting Summary:Linkon Cure is a gifted jumbo athlete who looks like one of the top tight end prospects early on in the 2025 cycle. Has unverified size. Registers as a plus athlete with a sterling track profile. State champion in the 300 meters as a sophomore along with strong marks in the high jump and 100 meter hurdles. Lives in a remote area of northwest Kansas and plays for a small school. Size and athleticism jump off the film. Fluid, natural mover. Gets up to full speed quickly. Lines up both split out and in-line on offense. Shows a large catch radius.

“Contorts his body to make high-level grabs. Comes down with contested catches in traffic. Has the ability to take it to the house after the catch. Also plays defense. Looks like a man amongst boys. How he measures and looks in a neutral setting will add much more clarity to his evaluation given the lower level of competition he faces.”

31. CB Dijon Lee — Alabama commit

School: Mission Viejo (Calif.)
Scouting Summary:Dijon Lee is a fluid and long-limbed corner prospect who can turn and mirror wide receivers at the highest level. Extremely impressive physical specimen for the position measuring in at 6-foot-4, 185 pounds during summer campus visits. Tested well in explosive drills during camp settings. Testing translates to the track as well jumping 20-foot-10 in the long jump and 44-foot-6 in the triple jump during his sophomore track and field season.

“High points and breaks up passes with his length and reactive quickness. Solid run support defender who is more than willing to play downhill. Upside is tremendous. Could potentially kick to safety down the line if he adds significant mass.”

32. DL Iose Epenesa — Uncommitted

School: Edwardsville (Ill.)
Recruiting Summary: Iose Epenesa is the brother of former Iowa star and current Buffalo Bills defensive lineman A.J. Epenesa. His father and other brother Eric also played in Iowa City. But he’s no sure thing to join the family legacy.

This summer, Epenesa took official visits to Iowa, as well as Missouri, Penn State, Utah and Miami. According to On3’s Steve Wiltfong, the Hurricanes Utes are “two programs that definitely have the attention” of Epenesa as he looks to move toward a decision later this summer or early into the fall.