College Football Recruiting Rankings 2015: Top 200 After The Opening

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College Football Recruiting Rankings 2015: Top 200 After The Opening
Credit: 247Sports
UCLA commit Josh Rosen is the top-ranked QB.

The 2015 recruiting class is comprised of star performers from every part of the country, creating a compelling mix of future college football standouts. Just six months separate us from national signing day, and members of the group are set to embark on one final high school season.

It's an appropriate time to reassess a special collection of playmakers, from golden-armed quarterbacks to the disruptive defenders ready to spend their upcoming years chasing them down. Updated national rankings provide us with an opportunity to analyze the top competitors in this class.

We broke down their potential based on game tape and in-person evaluations at The Opening, an annual invite-only prospect showcase we attended at Nike's world headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, this summer.

Here's a look at the top 200 college football recruits of this 2015 cycle, with an eye on how each could impact the college game for years to come.

 

This article is part of Bleacher Report's CFB 200 Recruiting Rankings Series. The overall rankings are based on the 247Sports composite system, which takes into account every recruiting service's rankings. The positional rankings also correspond with those composite scores.

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