247Sports has released the final Top247 for the class of 2014. Included in the list is a new No. 1, six new five-stars, plenty of movement near the top and several prospects that made monster leaps due to strong senior seasons and post-season performances.

We take a look at some of the biggest movers.

A new number one

Arlington (Texas) Martin defensive end Myles Garrett has taken over the top spot in the 247Sports final rankings and will end the 2014 cycle as the No. 1 player in America according to 247Sports. For Garrett, it was well-earned.

Everyone saw the way Garrett dominated on national television during the Under Armour All-American Game. Before that breakout performance, it was the practices that Garrett was taking as his own. But this new ranking is due to a full body of work and Garrett had a season to back up the hype.

As a senior, the Texas A&M commit had 88 tackles, 20.5 sacks and 39 tackles for loss. His sacks and tackles for loss numbers more than doubled his junior year totals so the 6-4, 240-pounder is still on his way up.

New 5-stars

Jalen Tabor, CB, Washington (D.C.) Friendship - Florida commit

To a man, everyone who watched Tabor compete during the post-season All-American circuit mentioned the long, rangy cornerback as one of the top defenders in attendance. An early enrollee at Florida, Tabor has the size and length that NFL GM’s covet.

Tre' Williams, LB, Mobile (Ala.) St. Paul’s – Auburn commit

Williams didn’t have far to go but the 6-2, 230-pounder moved up 18 spots to find himself as a five-star after eye-opening performances at both the Under Armour All-American Game and the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic. Williams jumped Raekwon McMillan as the nation’s top inside linebacker.

Travis Rudolph, WR, West Palm Beach (Fla.) Cardial Newman – FSU commit

Rudolph followed up a terrific performance at The Opening over the summer with a 1200-yard season as a pass-catcher and a dominating All-American Bowl week. He is one of the most polished receivers in the nation.

Roderick Taylor, OG, Jackson (Miss.) Callaway – Ole Miss commit

The NFL is showing that a good guard is in high demand and Taylor has the look of the best guard in the class of 2014. He flashed during his All-American showing unlike many interior linemen that we’ve seen.

Chad Thomas, DE, Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington – Miami commit

There may not be a defender that has improved as dramatically over the course of his recruitment than Thomas. The Miami commit completed a dominating season on arguably the nation’s top high school team and capped it off with a post-season effort that solidified his spot among the best. He rose 51 spots to finish in the top 32.

Malachi Dupre, WR, River Ridge (La.) John Curtis – Uncommitted

Dupre’s size, big play ability and elite athleticism has him among the most talented receivers in the country. He only had to move up seven spots to earn the title but he finishes as a five-star due to his immense upside.