Rankings are very fluid and they change often on Scout.
We may see new tape, re-evaluate prospects at camps/events, confirm their size, see athletes live for the first time, and come up with a slightly different view than we had previously.
Four prospects added their fourth star out of the southeast this update and they are Gavin Bryant, Lorenzo Featherston, Kendarius Webster, and Shakenneth Williams.
We take a little closer look at each here:
Gavin Bryant | MLB | 6-2/235 | Jackson (Ala.) Jackson
New Ranking: No. 11 MLB | No. 267 Overall
Quick Hit: Bryant is committed to Tennessee and the Vols are getting a very athletic linebacker. He is very aggressive, he flies to the ball, and he a striker. He is one of the top prospects in Alabama.
Lorenzo Featherston | DE | 6-6/220 | Greensboro (N.C.) Page
New Ranking: No. 23 DE | No. 201 Overall
Quick Hit: Featherston is a rush end that is lean and light right now, but has the frame to add considerable weight. He is quick off the ball and is great in pursuit. He recently visited Florida and Florida State and he has yet to narrow his list down. Clemson and North Carolina among many others are in this race.
Kendarius Webster | CB | 5-11/175 | Stockbridge (Ga.) Stockbridge
New Ranking: No. 30 CB | No. 249 Overall
Quick Hit: The more we see of Webster, the more we like him. He was impressive at the Nike Football Training Camp, we liked what we saw in spring practice, and he is a kid that has gone from a high three-star to a member of the Scout 300 this cycle. The corner with good size has an impressive offer list. Florida State was the last school to offer late in May. Scout thinks FSU, Georgia, and Ole Miss are all main players here.
Shakenneth Williams | WR | 6-1/198 | Macon (Ga.) Rutland
New Ranking: No. 42 WR | No. 275 Overall
Quick Hit: South Carolina will get a visit from this long, thick, and very strong Peach State receiver. He is supposed to be in Columbia on Saturday. Georgia and Vanderbilt are two other schools to keep an eye on. When you see Williams in person, you get a real feel for what type of player he is and that he can be. He is physical, tough to slow down off the ball, and he has deceptive speed. His hands are a real strength too.
North Carolina State commitment Tony Adams is now the No. 6 center in the country. He has only played offensive line for one season and he has a chance to be very good in Raleigh.
Cyontai Lewis, the 6-foot-5, 212 pound tight end out of Tuscaloosa, Ala. moved to the No. 47 in the country. He is committed to Florida.
Monroe (La.) Ouachita wide receiver Cameron Sims was already a Scout 100 prospect, but he moved a little to No. 53 overall. He has size, hands, and speed.
Norcross, Ga. tight end Chris Herndon moved to Norcross from Meadowcreek and it is starting to pay off. The 6-foot-4, 230 pound athlete has gotten out, he is being seen, and he is picking up offers. Miami and Mississippi State are two schools that have offered the No. 35 tight end on Scout.