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1. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR
Hillcrest (Springfield, Mo.) 6'6", 220 pounds
The consensus No. 1 wideout already holds Missouri state records for receiving yards (4,120) and touchdowns (51). His speed and freakish athleticism has drawn comparisons to Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones and Randy Moss.
2. Andrus Peat, OT
Corona Del Sol (Tempe, Ariz.), 6'7", 285 pounds
With a massive frame and textbook technique, he has the makings of a future NFL lineman. He also has the pedigree: His father, Todd, played six seasons with the Cardinals and the Raiders, and his brother, Todd Jr., plays defensive tackle at Nebraska.
3. Mario Edwards Jr., DE
Ryan (Denton, Texas), 6'4", 275 pounds
The nation's top pass rusher had 127 tackles and 18 sacks last year, carrying the Raiders to the Texas 4A championship game. Edwards, with his lethal blend of size and speed, committed to Florida State, his father's alma mater, in March.
4. Eddie Goldman, DT