Making moves in final ESPN 300
Highlighting who moved up, who slid down in the final Class of 2014 rankings
Final ESPN 300: Biggest Movers
Another recruiting cycle is now coming to an end, which means the final ESPN 300 is now in place for the 2014 class. There have been lots of ups and downs and more movement possibly than we have ever had before. The high school playoffs and all-star season have now concluded and have provided our staff with a final conclusion as we head toward national signing day on Feb. 4. We don't know if there has been a year in which each of the top three prospects in the ESPN 300 could legitimately be the No. 1 overall player. RB Leonard Fournette (New Orleans, La./St. Augustine) is 1A, CB Jabrill Peppers (Paramus, N.J./Catholic) is 1B and OT Cam Robinson (West Monroe, La.) is 1C, and quite honestly you could shuffle them all up and feel good about the high probability of success for all.
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