01 Shy Tuttle DT N/A North Davidson H.S./Lexington, N.C.
At 6-3, 290 pounds, Tuttle has been dominating on the
varsity level since his freshman year.
02 Jalen Dalton DE N/A West Forsyth H.S./Clemmons, N.C.
Dalton has the length that many coaches love in a defen-
sive end. He’s 6-6, 220 pounds and a fierce pass rusher.
03 Darian Roseboro DL N/A Lincolnton H.S./Lincolnton, N.C.
Roseboro is another prospect that has been dominating on
the varsity level since his freshman year.
04 Johnny Frasier RB N/A Princeton H.S./Princeton, N.C.
Frasier comes from a small school but he is a big-time run-
ning back. His speed and size ( 5-11, 200) are elite.
05 Mark Fields CB South Carolina Hough H.S./Cornelius, N.C.
Fields is an elite cover corner and he’s also dangerous with
the ball in his hands.
06 Nyheim Hines ATH N/A Garner H.S./Garner, N.C.
Hines is arguably the most dangerous offensive threat in
the state, if not the country.
07 Emanuel McGirt OL North Carolina Hillside H.S./Durham, N.C.
McGirt showed significant improvement from his sopho-
more to junior year.
08 Mook Reynolds DB Virginia Tech Northern Guilford H.S./Greensboro, N.C.
Reynolds spent time at wide receiver and defensive back
09 Van Smith ATH Clemson Hough H.S./Cornelius, N.C.
Smith is another star that plays on both sides of the ball. He
can play running back, wide receiver, cornerback and safety.
10 Tanner Muse DB Clemson South Point H.S./Belmont, N.C.
Muse is a true headhunter at the safety position. He has
tremendous speed and has a great frame at 6-3, 210 pounds.
Some feel his frame will allow him to play linebacker in college.
11 Mason Veal OL North Carolina Ardrey Kell H.S./Charlotte, N.C.
Veal is 6-6, 285 pounds and very athletic for his size. He
decided to commit to North Carolina.
12 Juval Mollette WR North Carolina Randleman H.S./Randleman, N.C.
Mollette is a tall, athletic wide receiver that can go up and
catch the ball at its highest point.
13 Rocky Reid RB Tennessee Concord H.S./Concord, N.C.
Reid is a big back who is extremely productive and
14 Bryce Love RB N/A Wake Forest H.S./Wake Forest, N.C.
Love is arguably the fastest prospect in the nation. He not only
excels on the football field, but is also a nationally elite track star.
15 Carl Tucker WR North Carolina Hough H.S./Cornelius, N.C.
Tucker transferred to Hough as a junior after starting his
high school career at J.M. Robinson High in Concord, N.C.
16 Anthony Ratliff QB North Carolina Butler H.S./Matthews, N.C.
Ratliff’s school has previously produced D-I QBs Jacob Cha-
rest, Christian LeMay and Riley Ferguson.
17 Mike Hughes DB N/A New Bern H.S./New Bern, N.C.
Out of necessity, Hughes played quarterback last season for
New Bern. He is a cover corner and has ideal size for the position.
18 Kengera Daniel DE N/A Millbrook H.S./Raleigh, N.C.
Daniel is still learning the position but many love his upside
and athleticism. He’s 6-5, 250 pounds and has good length.
19 Paris Black DE Wake Forest Terry Sanford H.S./Fayetteville, N.C.
Black was injured most of last season but came back to-
ward the end of year to wreak havoc on opposing offenses.
20 Michael Bowman WR South Carolina Havelock H.S./Havelock, N.C.
Bowman is one of the top wide receivers in the state. He has
a younger brother that is already committed to North Carolina.
21 Stephen Griffin DB Tennessee South Meck H.S./Charlotte, N.C.
Griffin started his high school career at Tabb High in York-
town, Va. Griffin’s dad played at Clemson.
22 Cameron Harris WR/DB N/A Northern Guilford H.S./Greensboro, N.C.
Harris is the brother of former Northern Guilford and Califor-
nia wide receiver Maurice Harris.
23 Malik Douglas DE N.C. State South Brunswick H.S./Southport, N.C.
Douglas is an athletic defensive end that is a fierce pass
rusher. He has a lot of upside.
24 Damien Dozier DE/LB N/A Ravenscroft School/Raleigh, N.C.
Dozier originally started his high school career at Enloe in
Raleigh, N.C. He transferred to Virginia but has returned.
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