247Football.com, the 247Sports network, is providing a new 247Sports recruiting ranking of the top 25 prospects for the 2018 class.UVA is the No. 6 recruiting class nationally, ahead of Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Michigan State, Ohio State and Oklahoma.
The 247Sports 247Sports Power Rankings were announced last month and included a top-20 ranking for each of the 247sports members.
The rankings were compiled by recruiting analysts at 247Sports, and they are weighted by the number of prospects ranked in the top 20, according to the 247Composite recruiting database.
The Power Rankings are released each Friday.
The ranking will be released on Monday.
Here is the full list of prospects that made the top-25:TJ Johnson, OL, North Carolina, 6-foot-3, 315 pounds: Johnson is the only player in the class of 2018 ranked in 247Sports’ composite.
The 247Compsetrated him as the No: 5 offensive tackle, while the 247 composite ranked him as No: 2.
Johnson, who is listed as a junior, is considered the nation’s No. 1 prospect and has high expectations.
He has been one of the best offensive linemen in the nation this season.
He will enter the 2018 season as the top prospect in the 2017 class.
Jordan White, LB, Miami, 6,0, 180 pounds: White is one of five players in the 247 Composite with a ranking of No: 6.
White was one of three freshmen to be ranked in a top 20 class.
The other two players are former Notre Dame and UCLA linebacker and safety Jourdan Lewis and Ohio State receiver Michael Roberts.
White’s father, Trey, was an NFL player.
He said that he has a special connection with the players who make the Top 25.
Trey White said, “If I ever got to the top 10, it would be like my son’s career.
You could see it when he was on the field.
When he was going down, you could see the excitement, the emotion.
I just want them to know I care about them.
They have a great future.
They’ve got a great team.”KJ Barnes, OLB, Virginia, 6.5, 215 pounds: Barnes, the No 10 prospect, is the first of the three Virginia recruits to be rated in the Top-25.
He was rated as the seventh-best player in his class.
Barnes, who has a 6.2 40-yard dash and a 4.5-second 40-meter dash, will enter 2017 ranked No: 14 in 247Comparable.
He is a two-time ACC All-Freshman team selection.
Barnes has a great senior year with the Cavaliers.
He could have a breakout year in his junior year.
The 6-3 junior is rated as a top three defensive end in the country.
Barnes will enter his senior year ranked No. 13 in 247.