A big jump for a running back and a trio of new additions highlight the most recent update of the Class of 2013 Top247. Evaluation is a constant process at 247Sports and these moves specifically were based on senior year performance and newly-released senior film.
Corey Clement moved up to No. 59 overall in the latest Class of 2013 Top247.
Corey Clement, RB, Glassboro (NJ)
The Move: From 78 to 59
Clement continues to be one of two big senior risers at running back, joining recent five-star addition Alex Collins (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./South Plantation). The 5-foot-11, 210-pounder put together a monster senior campaign breaking a number of state records held by Ron Dayne, but it was his ability to retain his speed and quick feet carrying more weight that really impressed. The Wisconsin commit could continue to rise in the next two months.
Chris Seisay, CB/S, American Canyon (Calif.)
The Move: From unranked to 209
The Oregon commitment impressed as a senior with his continued playmaking featuring plus ball skills. His versatility and physicality also makes him one of the top defensive back prospects on the West Coast. At nearly 6-foot-2 with long arms and quick feet and reactions, he has all of the baseline talent and body type college coaches covet.
Derek Babiash, CB, Poway (Calif.)
The Move: From unranked to 219
The Arizona commitment has some of the best hands and ball skills of any defensive back prospect on the West Coast. While there are some smoother in their pedal, the 6-foot-1, 165-pounder possesses quick reactions and the ability to burst and close on the ball. Babiash is also blessed with very quick feet and overall agility and balance.
Zach Cunningham, LB, Pinson Valley (Ala.)
The Move: From unranked to 239
There may not be a more improved player in Alabama as a senior than the speedy Cunningham. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder is quick, reactive, fast and very physical for his size. Also a cerebral player with the ability to learn and take it to the field, Cunningham possesses a high-ceiling with the frame to carry more than 230-pounds in time.