Mick McCabe picks the state's top-25 players. Here are Nos. 11-15. (Come back Wednesday for Nos. 6-10.)
DB, DETROIT CASS TECH
Vitals: 6-1, 190
Scouting: He has gotten bigger but not slower over the last year, running a 4.44. The extra size will help him as a hard-hitting safety who can help on run support. His speed allows him to keep up with the quickest receivers in man-to-man coverage.
Committed to Iowa.
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TE/DE, DETROIT EAST ENGLISH VILLAGE PREP
Vitals: 6-3, 240.
Scouting: Last season he caught 39 passes for 670 yards and seven TDs. He has the speed to be used as a split receiver. He runs crisp routes and has excellent hands. He is a terrific run blocker. Committed to Michigan.
DB, WALLED LAKE WESTERN
Vitals: 6-2, 210.
Scouting: He moved from cornerback to safety this fall. As a junior he recorded 40 tackles with two interceptions, 13 deflections and averaged 44 yards per kickoff return. He has excellent closing speed and will be able to shut down the run and cover the pass. Committed to Illinois.
WR/DB, HARPER WOODS CHANDLER PARK
Vitals: 6-3, 190.
Scouting: As a junior he caught 38 passes for over 600 yards and 11 TDs. His 4.6 speed makes him more of a possession-type receiver. He has excellent ball skills -- the ability to catch the ball at its highest point. He loves to block. Committed to Michigan.
Vitals: 6-3, 197.
Scouting: He moved to defense last season and was outstanding, registering 95 tackles. He has the size of a linebacker and the speed of a safety. His hitting ability combined with his speed has made him a BCS prospect.