Darrion Owens is the star prospect in 2014 for Orange Park (Fla.) Oakleaf, but the school has other prospects to keep an eye on. Most notably is 6-foot-0, 215-pound linebacker Justin Todd.
"He'll have opportunities," Oakleaf head coach Derek Chipoletti said. "I don't know what level of Division I it will be, but he'll have a good shot of continuing his career.
"Everybody that has come in has liked his film. He hasn't garnered any offers yet, but I'm sure some will be coming."
Chipoletti discussed Todd more.
"He's kind of grown up as a player," he said. "I played linebacker in high school and briefly in college and I grind him up pretty good because of that.
"He has a high motor though and doesn't quit. He blocked two punts for us last year and is one of those kids that is making plays. He is one that sacrifices for the team."
Todd is just one of the players to watch along with fellow 2014 prospect, 5-foot-9, 200-pound tailback Aaron Duckworth.
"He's very fast and a strong back," he said. "He makes you look like a good coach sometimes. He averages 10-yards a carry and when he touches it, it's very exciting."
Rounding out the group is 2016 linebacker Shaquille Quarterman.
"The sky is the limit for this kid," he said. "He has God-given abilities and is 6-foot-0, 220-pounds now. He's as athletic as all get out and anybody that walks in to school and sees him asks about him right away. He's going to get a lot of interest."