On the move

Updated: July 24, 2012, 12:59 PM ET
By RecruitingNation | ESPN.com

A quick look at who moved in the latest QB rankings. Tom Luginbill explained the big movers and shakers in the video above, but here are some of the notable changes.

Moving up

(Not counting players who slide up based off other player movement.)

• Uncommitted Zack Greenlee (Stockton, Calif./Lincoln) makes his debut in ESPN 150 at No. 120. He is up 14 spots in the QB-PP rankings from No. 23 to No. 9.

• Georgia commit Brice Ramsey (Kingsland, Ga./Camden County) moves up from No. 107 to No. 93 in the ESPN 300.

• Purdue commit Danny Etling (Terre Haute, Ind./South Vigo) debuts in the ESPN 300 at No. 169. He's now the No. 11 QB-PP, up 13 spots from No. 24.

• South Florida commit Asiantii Woulard (Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park) moves into the ESPN 150, moving from No. 195 to No. 146. He also becomes the No. 1 QB-DT.

• Washington commit Troy Williams (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne) moves up to No. 160 in the ESPN 300, up from No. 182. He also jumps to the No. 2 QB-DT

• Arizona State commit Joshua Dobbs (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta) jumps from No. 248 to No. 190 in the ESPN 300.

• LSU commit Anthony Jennings (Marietta, Ga./Marietta) moves from No. 226 to No. 211 in the ESPN 300.

• Nebraska commit Johnny Stanton (Rancho Santa Margarita, Fla./Santa Margarita) moves from No. 274 to No. 234 in the ESPN 300.

• Ole Miss commit DeVante Kincade (Dallas/Skyline) enters the ESPN 300 at No. 252.

• Baylor commit Chris Johnson (Bryan, Texas/Bryan) becomes the No. 3 QB-DT.

Moving down

(Not counting those who just slide down by other player movement.)

• Ohio State commit J.T. Barrett (Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider) falls from No. 189 to No. 214 in the ESPN 300.

Matt Alviti (Park Ridge, Ill./Maine Township South) falls from No. 146 to No. 169 in the ESPN 300. He also falls from the top-ranked QB-DT to No. 4.

Cooper Bateman (Salt Lake City, Utah/Cottonwood) slides from No. 61 down to No. 90 in the ESPN 150.

Kohl Stewart (Houston/St. Pius X) falls from No. 50 to No. 91 in the ESPN 150.