We all know that recruiting is not necesarilly about all about what a prospect looks like right now, or even a year from now. It's about projections. How will they physically mature, and grasp the game. If they have the football instincts that are hard to teach. Some recruits don't have that much more room to grow when they step on campus as a freshman, and others need a year or two to mature and be in the weight room to be ready. Reaching a ceiling in high school means people are going to catch up to and pass you in college. Who in the 2013 class do you think has the most room to grow physically. Of course, they can all improve technique and different skills. I am talking purely about their athletic limitations. Also, Who is coming in at the closest to their ceiling physically.
To me Darron Lee may be one of the lower ranking recruits, but he seems to have a lot of room for growth. IMHO he has the potential to turn into a real playmaker on defense.
Then as to who is physically closest to their peek I'd go with Cam Burrows. I am not saying he won't be a good/great player. I just don't see his body changing much. He's already over 200 pounds, so as a cornerback that is a max, and if he switches to safety just a little more weight.
Side Note- Raekwon McMillan kind of has a baby face. Is he growing beyond the 6'3" 240lbs?