In the past few weeks, the best high school football players in the world have been displaying their talents. First there were skill challenges, and then there were the All-American games.
The future of college football is as great as it has ever been, with athletes playing numerous positions and helping their teams win any way possible.
You have defensive linemen performing one swim move and ending up in the backfield, yet you have offensive linemen pancaking 300 plus pound nose tackles.
You have running backs making so many east-west cuts that doctors' offices are busy with broken ankles.
You have special players laying it all on the line to show what they can do for their school-to-be.
It's becoming more for a habit, just like college basketball, that freshmen and sophomores lead teams and perform at the highest levels against top competition.
Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor even stated how the college level and high school level aren't that much different when it comes to how much harder college is.
Like taking candy from a baby, eh, Terrelle?
Along with Pryor, players like Julio Jones, A.J. Green, Michael Floyd, DeQuan Bowers, Jeff Demps, and Mike Brewster have already made impacts on their respective teams.
This year's class isn't much different.
These are just a few of the offensive players to watch, as they will one day have their names in the headlines.
—The defensive version of this to come this weekend.