Eden Prairie • LB • 6-4, 205
Instinctive and smooth, with the speed to drop back into pass coverage. The son of former Gopher Bob Coughlin has multiple Division I offers, including national championship game foes Ohio State and Oregon. Minnesota remains in the mix.
East Ridge • DT • 6-2, 270
Already committed to Minnesota, Garcia blends quickness, a solid base and a wrestler’s innate sense of leverage with a bit of a nasty streak. He excels at playing off blockers and stuffing the run.
East Ridge • QB • 6-3, 210
Rumors are swirling that Green might leave East Ridge early. Assuming he stays, the Oregon commit is talented enough to carry the Raptors deep into the 2015 postseason. Strong-armed and athletic, with the ability to extend plays with his legs.
Park Center • DB • 6-1, 185
Younger brother of 2013 Mr. Basketball Quinton Hooker, Amani projects as a safety who excels in run support. A sure tackler with good closing speed who hits with the force of a linebacker.
Prior Lake • DT/NG • 6-1, 315
He can play over the center or in the guard-center gap with equal skill, due to a low center of gravity, surprising quickness and brute strength. Getting interest from most Big Ten schools, as well as Auburn, Georgia and South Carolina of the SEC.
Mayer Lutheran • OL • 6-6, 275
The trend in offensive line recruiting is tall and athletic, and Schlueter is both. He is a tackle who can get out and seal the edge and has the frame to carry more weight. Minnesota offered before his junior year.