Louisiana prospect Willie Allen
Total 5-stars: Nine
Top-Rated Prospect: Gregory Little (Allen, Texas)
The 6'5.5", 282-pound tackle dominated during his first season as a starter. He helped pave the way for Allen to win a second straight state championship and protected coveted 2015 quarterback prospect Kyler Murray.
Little is the No. 1 overall sophomore prospect in the 247Sports rankings. His list of campus visits already includes LSU, Texas, Texas A&M, Arizona State, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State.
Best of the Rest
Ben Cleveland (Toccoa, Ga.) is the latest elite offensive tackle to warrant attention in the Peach Tree State. The 6'7", 322-pound Stephens County High School standout is ranked No. 6 overall in the 2016 class and holds offers from Florida, Auburn, Georgia and Clemson, among others.
Liam Eichenberg (Cleveland) and Patrick Hudson (Silsbee, Texas) are also rated among the country's top 10 sophomore prospects. Eichenberg is uncommitted with offers from Notre Dame, Michigan and Ohio State, while Hudson pledged to Texas A&M last month.
Jauan Williams (Washington, D.C.) is one of the most intriguing recruits in this class. The tackle is relatively raw, but his strength and 6'7" frame command collegiate attention, with offers including Tennessee, Virginia Tech, UCLA, Clemson, Maryland and Ohio State.
Willie Allen (New Orleans) is the latest coveted prospect to emerge at perennial national powerhouse John Curtis Christian High School. The 6'6", 265-pound tackle has added offers from LSU, Michigan and Notre Dame since February.
Ben Bredeson (Hartland, Wis.) is sure to draw constant attention in Big Ten Conference country. The versatile lineman visited Wisconsin, Ohio State, Tennessee and Michigan earlier this month.
John Raridon (West Des Moines, Iowa) is rated No. 1 nationally among guard prospects. The 6'4", 260-pound Valley High School product has collected offers from Oklahoma, Iowa, Iowa State and Nebraska.