High school football and college football are two different animals and almost two different sports. Making the jump from the preps to the collegiate ranks is very tough; the speed of the game is the most challenging obstacle.
However, each year we get a handful of prospects who prove to be quick learners of the playbook as well as having the speed and/or size to play college football as a teenager. Those prospects all bring special traits of their own to their respective positions that maybe the incumbent starter doesn't have.
This read will just quickly look at one trait or skill each top 10 committed prospect in the class of 2013 has that is superior to the current starter at their committed school.