With 2012 recruiting about to hit full swing as schools begin to hold Junior Days and kids get serious about making commitments, Ketchum just updated his 2012 LSR. It's the first update to take into account junior season performance and the new top player, Denton Ryan's Mario Edwards, isn't particularly a surprise if you saw my own 2012 Top 100 from back in October.
What is a surprise is that the seven touchdowns from Johnathan Gray in the state championship game weren't enough to keep him in the top spot in the rankings or ranked as the top running back in the state, as Spring Dekaney's Trey Williams now holds that honor. Apparently Ketchum didn't appreciate Gray's gritty performance against Lake Travis on a field in terrible condition after a ridiculous amount of rain that week. Against a defense that was eventually good enough to win another state championship. Um, okay.
I don't particularly care to parse the rest of the top 100 at the moment, so have at it yourselves in the comments, but it is worth noting that there are a number of new offensive linemen on the list and a bunch of linebackers ranked in the teens.