This year's Freshman450 covers the talented athletes from the 2025 class. The Freshman450 is a list of the nation's elite freshman athletes.
Take another look at the 2021 edition of the Freshman450 -> here.
It's time to take a more in-depth look at this detailed list. Let's breakdown the Freshman450 by the numbers.
Over 1,500 athletes were considered for the Freshman450 rankings.
The number of athletes who made the official Class of 2025 Freshman450 list. This is just the beginning for these athletes. The recognition of making the Freshman450 means they’ve done a great job up to this point in their football careers.
The heaviest member of the class of 2021 Freshman450 is offensive lineman, Byron Washington, of Desoto, Texas at 350 pounds.
The number of athletes who play an offensive position on our list. This number includes Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers, Tight Ends and Offensive Linemen. This includes the ATH position. This number is up from 247, last year.
The average number of pounds of the Offensive lLnemen on this year’s Freshman 450.
The average number of pounds of the Defensive Linemen on this year’s Freshman 450.
The number of athletes who play a defensive position that made the 2021 Freshman 450. This includes the ATH position. This number is up from 138 last year.
Represents the number of Quarterbacks that made the Freshman450. This is the second year 104 QBs made the list. The 2025 class is loaded with a ton of exciting QB prospects.
The number of athletes who made the 2021 Freshman450 list this year after making the Elite101 last year.
The number of ATH's that made the list. These athletes are so versatile that they have ATH listed as their position.
The number of athletes from Texas that made the list. Making Texas the most represented state on the Freshman450.
The number of athletes from Florida that made the list. Making Florida the second most represented state on the Freshman450.
The number of Wide Receivers that made the list.
The number of athletes from Georgia that made the list. Making Georgia the third most represented state on the Freshman450.
The number of Running Backs that made the list.
Number of Offensive Linemen that made the list. It's also the number of Defensive Backs that made the list.
Number of Defensive Linemen that made the list.
The number of Tight Ends that made the list.
Six feet and eight inches is the height of the tallest member of the 2021 edition of the Freshman450. That athlete is Byron Washington, who is an impressive OL prospect from Desoto, Texas.
The #1 Ranked prospect in this class is QB Ryan Downes, who was ranked #1 on our Elite101 from last year that featured the 2025 class. Check out our interview with Downes here.
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