Rusty Mansell's (247Sports) 2012 top 20:
1) Jordan Jenkins, DE, Harris County: Nicknamed "The Freak," Jenkins will headline most lists as the state's No. 1 prospect for the 2012 class. At 6-foot-3, 235 pounds, Jenkins has a vertical jump of 40-plus inches and plays with SEC-level speed while pass rushing off the edge.
2) Geno Smith, CB, St Pius X: Smith has strong ball skills, can cover and is physical against the run. In other words, he's the total package to be a collegiate defensive back.
3) Jonathan Taylor, DT, Jenkins County: At 6-foot-4, 305 pounds, Taylor benched more than 400 pounds as a junior and has the kind of potential that could make him a five-star prospect by this time next year.
4) Josh Clemons, LB, Lowndes County: Another prospect from powerhouse Lowndes, Clemons is a hard-nosed kid that can run for his position.
5) Leonard Floyd, TE/DE, Dodge County: Floyd is an athletic 6-foot-5 prospect with skills that make him suited play tight end on the next level.
6) Kenyan Drake, RB, Hillgrove: With size and speed, the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Drake will be the state's best running back prospect in 2012. He made a name for himself with big night against Camden County in an upset win.
7) Vadal Alexander, OT, Buford: Alexander finally got back to 100 percent after fighting a virus that caused him to lose 20 pounds and miss several early season games. Yet he is already on the map of many schools and will be heavily recruited because of his size and power. Alexander is 6-foot-5 and 330 pounds.
8) Dakota Ball, DT, Pepperell: Ball regained form and finished strong as a junior after missing seven games in his sophomore season with an injury. He has already committed to Alabama.
9) Deion Bonner, CB, Carver: Bonner moves well enough to be lock-down corner on the next level. And at 5-foot-11, he has the size to match a recent trend of larger CBs.
10) Greyson Lambert, QB, Wayne County: The strong-armed, 6-foot-5 Lambert will be the state's top quarterback for 2012. UGA is in hot pursuit and hosted Lambert recently for Junior Day on campus.
11) Ricky Parks, ATH, Callaway: Maybe the best overall athlete in the state at 6-foot-4 and 235 pounds. Parks plays quarterback at Callaway. But tight end may prove to be his best position on the next level. He can really run with the football in his hands.
12) Quinteze Williams, DE, Sandy Creek: The 6-foot-5 Williams just transferred to Sandy Creek from Westlake. He currently weighs about 250 pounds and has the frame to put on at least 30-40 pounds.
13) Dillon Lee, LB, Buford: Lee had just about as good a junior season as any prospect in the state. He is a very rangy, productive linebacker that covers space really quickly. He also could hold about 10-15 more pounds.
14) Jonathan Jones, CB, Carrollton: Probably the state's best prospect that has yet to receive a major scholarship offer, Jones is a physical defensive back with legit 4.4 speed. Once he gets one offer, he will have 15 right after that.
15) Jordan Watkins, DT, Woodward Academy: After a strong junior season, Watkins has at least 15 offers already for colleges.
16) Quayvon Hicks, DT, Pierce County: Hicks picked up an offer from Vanderbilt on Wednesday to go along with Miami, Tennessee and Duke.
17) Mike Davis, RB, Stephenson: The younger brother of former Clemson RB James Davis, Mike is already picking up offers and interest from SEC schools.
18) Jarontay Jones, DE, Stephenson: Jones is an explosive prospect who has a good frame and is productive as a pass rusher.
19) CJ Curry, WR, North Hall: Curry is a tall wide receiver that is physical and not afraid to go over the middle. He is committed to Georgia.
20) Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Henry County: A big defensive lineman who has already picked up several offers, Tomlinson had a good camp in Athens last year at Dawgnight.
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