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2007 Prospect Ranking

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Chad JonesATH
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

One of the nation's best has amazing ball skills.

5 stars6'2"220LSU
#2John ChilesATH
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

Chiles is speedy and elusive no matter where he plays.

4 stars6'1"195Texas
#3Joe HadenATH
Ft. Washington, MDFriendly

Explosive with the ball in his hands.

4 stars5'10"189Florida
#4Lamark BrownATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood West

Receiver or running back, he’s good enough for either.

4 stars6'3"215Kansas St.
#5Gerald JonesATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Easily the state's least well known prospect and arguably it's most naturally gifted.

4 stars6'0"185Tennessee
#6Anthony BoylesATH
Gardena, CASerra

Running back or defensive back, he can do it all.

4 stars6'3"185Washington
#7Golden TateATH
Hendersonville, TNPope John Paul II

Dominates his high school competition.

4 stars5'11"175Notre Dame
#8Malcolm SmithATH
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Deadly athlete that could play all over.

4 stars6'2"200USC
#9Mark BarnesATH
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

Dynamic athlete is surprisingly polished at WR.

4 stars6'2"194South Carolina
#10Phelon JonesATH
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Elite athlete that can project in so many places.

4 stars6'1"185LSU
#11Malachi LewisATH
Oxnard, CARio Mesa

Moving up the charts quickly.

4 stars6'3"215Oregon
#12Earl ThomasATH
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

Thomas’ speed should help him no matter where he plays.

4 stars5'10"174Texas
#13Greg LittleATH
Durham, NCHillside

Could develop into a great safety or outside linebacker.

4 stars6'2"214N. Carolina
#14William ColeATH
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Had the best senior season of anybody in Texas.

4 stars5'10"165Oklahoma St.
#15Ron BrooksATH
Irving, TXMacarthur

Brooks is flashy on the field on defense or offense.

4 stars6'0"170LSU
#16Demarcus VanDykeATH
Miami, FLPace

Blinding speed means he could play a number of places.

4 stars6'0"161Miami (FL)
#17Cedric EversonATH
Detroit, MIMumford

One of the fastest in the Midwest.

4 stars6'1"178Iowa
#18Bert ReedATH
Panama City, FLBay

A guy that gives 100 percent on every play.

4 stars5'11"165Florida St.
#19John WilliamsATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

One of the most explosive athletes in Louisiana.

4 stars5'11"175LSU
#20Brandon PaulATH
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Dynamic athlete could play a number of positions in college.

4 stars5'10"185Florida St.
#21Stevan RidleyATH
Natchez, MSTrinity Episcopal

Tigers dipped into Mississippi for this star.

4 stars6'0"211LSU
#22Tony LoganATH
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Excellent speed on either side of the ball.

4 stars5'10"170Maryland
#23Johnnie Lee DixonATH
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Auburn got a steal with this one.

4 stars5'11"176Auburn
#24Devon TorrenceATH
Canton, OHCanton South

Also one of Ohio’s best baseball players.

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
#25Harrison SmithATH
Knoxville, TNCatholic

Great size and speed.

4 stars6'2"201Notre Dame
#26Brandon WilliamsATH
Beaumont, TXCentral

One of the top all-around athletes in the Lone Star State.

4 stars6'4"225Texas A&M
#27Joseph HillsATH
Palmetto, FLPalmetto

Can go up and snatch the ball out of the air.

4 stars6'4"213South Carolina
#28Reggie DunnATH
Los Angeles, CAVerbum Dei

One of the fastest and best WRs in the West.

4 stars5'8"158Oregon St.
#29Steve PaskorzATH
Pittsburgh, PAHampton

Blue collar player with great work ethic.

4 stars6'1"215Notre Dame
#30Gilbert MoyeATH
Diboll, TXDiboll

Moye looks for a big season after missing varsity time as a junior.

4 stars6'2"200Missouri
#31Jeremy KerleyATH
Hutto, TXHutto

Kerley’s athleticism makes him a great corner or receiver prospect.

4 stars5'10"170TCU
#32Mason RobinsonATH
Somerville, NJSomerville

Rutgers keeps local star at home.

4 stars5'9"180Rutgers
#33Davon MorganATH
Richmond, VAVarina

Speedy safety prospect with good ball skills.

3 stars6'0"184Virginia Tech
#34Denarius MooreATH
Tatum, TXTatum

Speed allows him to be recruited as a corner or receiver.

3 stars6'0"175Tennessee
#35Sam ProctorATH
Pearland, TX

If calling the signals doesn't work, Proctor could play receiver or safety.

3 stars6'0"202Oklahoma
#36Aaron HarrisATH
Baldwin Park, CABaldwin Park

Could star at running back or corner in college

3 stars5'9"167list
#37Leroy DiggsATH
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Very quick and athletic.

3 stars5'11"190list
#38Willie WhiteATH
Kingsland, GACamden County

Frame and versatility give him a high value.

3 stars6'3"183Georgia Tech
#39Billy ChavisATH
Beaumont, TXWestbrook

Big frame, versatility, but Chavis still looking for the perfect position.

3 stars6'4"220Texas A&M
#40Anthony AndersonATH
Knoxville, TNAustin-East

Could help the Vols in multiple areas.

3 stars6'0"175Tennessee
#41Johnny BrownATH
Charleston, MSCharleston

Should find a home in the Rebels' secondary.

3 stars6'0"190Mississippi
#42Chris SmithATH
Birmingham, ALHuffman

Andre Smith's little brother is a skilled athlete.

3 stars6'0"203list
#43Jonathan WilliamsATH
Greenville, NCRose

MVP of the Shrine Bowl.

3 stars6'1"190East Carolina
#44Max MilienATH
Arlington, VAYorktown

Rushed for 1,475 yards on 143 carries and scored 20 touchdowns as a junior.

3 stars6'1"200Virginia
#45Shane HortonATH
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame

One of the top players for one of the best teams in LA.

3 stars6'2"190UNLV
#46Art EvansATH
Lakeland, FLEvangelical Christian

Could end up being a steal for Tennessee.

3 stars6'1"185Tennessee
#47Moses JenkinsATH
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Has the tools, needs polish.

3 stars6'2"169Florida
#48Victor ReynoldsATH
Arlington, TXGrace Prep

Every year Oak Creek has a star and Reynolds is this year’s edition.

3 stars6'0"195list
#49Nathan BusseyATH
Washington, DCDunbar

Named all-league, all-conference and all-district as a junior.

3 stars6'2"202Illinois
#50Trenton HughesATH
Virginia Beach, VAKempsville

Terps get a good one.

3 stars5'11"173Maryland
#51De'von BaileyATH
Lawton, OKEisenhower

Bailey could star at either receiver or safety in college.

3 stars6'2"200SMU
#52Marquis MazeATH
Birmingham, ALTarrant

A big-play threat with the ball in his hands.

3 stars5'8"160Alabama
#53D.J. ThomasATH
Ashland, VAPatrick Henry

Rushed for 1,350 yards on 130 carries and 15 touchdowns and added nine interceptions as a junior.

3 stars5'10"170Virginia Tech
#54Skylar JonesATH
Middletown, OHMiddletown

Explosive at quarterback, could be a star at a number of positions

3 stars5'10"169Wake Forest
#55Devin VealATH
Sierra Vista, AZBuena

Continues to get better and will be great when he gets to play natural position.

3 stars5'11"161Arizona
#56Talmadge JacksonATH
Temecula, CAChaparral

Great at the NIKE Camp, even better as a senior.

3 stars5'8"175Oregon
#57Prince AmukamaraATH
Glendale, AZApollo

Is one of the biggest sleepers in the West.

3 stars6'1"180Nebraska
#58D.J. CampbellATH
North Las Vegas, NVCheyenne

Teams love his athletic ability but could be lockdown corner

3 stars6'0"177California
#59Tyler SashATH
Oskaloosa, IAOskaloosa Senior

Sash should be known as Slash because he can do a number of things well.

3 stars6'1"190Iowa
#60Anthony PerkinsATH
Northglenn, CONorthglenn

Committed early to play for Dan Hawkins at CU

3 stars5'10"177Colorado
#61Titus YoungATH
Los Angeles, CAUniversity

Type of player Boise State turns into a star.

3 stars5'10"152Boise St.
#63Damien DavisATH
Mart, TXMart

Davis is expected to play receiver at Oklahoma State.

3 stars6'5"185Oklahoma St.
#64Tyson ButlerATH
Fort Myers, FLCypress Lake

Tremendous athlete that projects at a number of spots.

3 stars5'11"170South Florida
#65Tysyn HartmanATH
Wichita, KSKapaun Mt. Carmel

Plays QB in high school but could project at a number of spots.

3 stars6'3"191Kansas St.
#66A'Jami GuytonATH
Homestead, FLHomestead

Excellent footspeed. Stock could soar his senior year.

3 stars5'10"179UCF
#67Kamar AikenATH
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Could play in the secondary or at wide receiver.

3 stars6'1"198UCF
#68James RogersATH
Madison Heights, MILamphere

Earned a scholarship with a dominating performance at UM’s summer camp

3 stars6'1"195Michigan
#69Ryan MathewsATH
Bakersfield, CAWest

Got offers early and could project all over the field

3 stars5'11"198Fresno St.
#70Jamie GrahamATH
Nashville, TNWhites Creek

Vandy stays close to home for this local star.

3 stars5'11"175Vanderbilt

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