RG III ready for the next step

After winning the Heisman trophy, Robert Griffin III is excited about the next step - the NFL.

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2011 National Players Of The Year


The 2011 high school football season was defined by two record-setting stars, so it's only appropriate that Johnathan Gray and Dorial Green-Beckham share our player of the year honors. Gray set several national rushing records in 2011, while Gray did the same with receiving records.

Heisman Legend: Eddie George


Eddie George had no division one scholarship offers coming out of high school, so he went to prep school at Fork Union Military Academy. From there, the rest was history. George starred at Ohio State and won the 1995 Heisman Trophy.

Kelvin Taylor Smashes Smith's Record


Speaking of record breakers, Kelvin Taylor smashed one of the most hallowed marks in high school football in 2011. Taylor broke Emmitt Smith's state record for career rushing yards. Taylor will have plenty of time to add to his totals, as well. He's just a junior at Glades Day High School in Belle Glade, FL.

Record Breaking Green-Beckham


It's impossible to discuss the 2011 high school football season without discussing Dorial Green-Beckham. He might have finished up the finest high school football career in history. Green-Beckham broke every national receiving record in 2011 and led his team on a deep run in the playoffs. We speak to Green-Beckham, as well as his adoptive father, Hillcrest High School coach John Beckham.

It's Yogi Time


In Indiana, basketball legends are defined by how they do in the high school state tournament. Yogi Ferrell had his date with destiny in the spring of 2011, when he led Park Tudor High School to its first state championship. Ferrell is a lightning quick point guard who is also a great leader and standout student. Next season, he'll play in-state at Indiana.

A Fully Loaded Ford


If West Virginia is, indeed, headed to the Big 12 Conference, the Mountaineers will fit right in. That's because they've received a commitment from one of the top quarterbacks in Texas: Ford Childress of Houston.

The Man Named Zeus


He's seven feet tall and highly skilled. So you would think that basketball would have been a natural choice for Kaleb Tarczewski when he was growing up. However, that wasn't the case. It took the prodding of one of his childhood friends to get him into the sport. Now, "Zeus" is one of the top centers in the nation, and will play next season at Arizona.

Tracy Howard: Florida's Brightest Star


There's a new kid on the block in south Florida. Thanks to talented cornerback Tracy Howard, Miramar High School is now the dominant program in Broward County, pushing legendary St. Thomas Aquinas to an afterthought. We profile the dynamic cornerback, and tell you what makes him so special.

Zach Kline: A California Golden Arm


Zach Kline is like Sampson. His power is in his hair. The blue-chip quarterback from Danville, CA hasn't cut his hair in years. However, the long hair hasn't stopped him from being perhaps the best quarterback in the class of 2012.

Colorado's Best Kept Secret


How do you get attention when you grow up in a town like Grand Junction, CO? If you're Sean Rubalcaba of Grand Junction High School, you spend your summer traveling around to every football camp you can. In this story, we tell you how Rubalcaba is bursting on the national scene.

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