Rivals.com continues to release its updated state player rankings fro the month of November and today's updates include a new ranking and updates of two of the better producers of talent. So who is the top player in the new Oregon Top 15 rankings and what changes were made to the New Jersey Top 25 and the Tennessee Top 15?
The Oregon Top 15 led highlighted by future Oregon State quarterback Ryan Gunderson, who is ranked as the state's top prospect. Gunderson, who is 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, is out of Portland Catholic.
Gunderson has great range throwing the ball, is accurate on middle and deep passes, and he can throw on the run. Gunderson is a superb athlete who is also a standout kicker.
Oregon State also has a commitment from the state's No. 4 player - tight end Zach Hagermeister, who is 6-foot-4 and 233 pounds. Oregon's lone pledge in the top 15 is from linebacker Dante Rosario of Dayton, Ore.
There were very few changes in the Tennessee Top 25, but there was one key addition as three-star running back Terry Jackson moved on the list at the No. 14 spot.
Jackson has offers from Kentucky, Mississippi State and Middle Tennessee State.
At the top of the new New Jersey Top 25 remains standout tight end Greg Olsen of Wayne Hills and defensive tackle Nathaniel Robinson of Irvington.
Moving up was Dan Mazan to the No. 10 spot. Mazan has become one of the hottest targets on the East Coast with offers from teams like Boston College, Florida State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers and Maryland.
Special thanks to BeaverBlitz.com for help on the Oregon state rankings.