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2007 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com inside linebackers 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Chris DonaldLB
Huntingdon, TNHuntingdon

Inside or outside, it doesn't matter, he's one of the best.

5 stars6'2"220Tennessee
#2Rolando McClainLB
Decatur, ALDecatur

Inside, outside, defensvie end, it doesn't matter, because he's a stud.

4 stars6'4"240Alabama
#3Jordan CampbellLB
Corona, CANorco

His heart is just as big as his biceps

4 stars5'11"226USC
#4Chris ColasantiLB
Lakeville, MIBrother Rice

The next great one at LB U?

4 stars6'2"209Penn St.
#5Derrick StephensLB
Houston, TXCypress Falls

Top linebacker in Houston will make an impact in College Station.

4 stars6'3"240Texas A&M
#6Earl PatinLB
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

One of the top inside linebacker prospects in the South.

4 stars6'1"228Baylor
#7Terence Fells-DanzerLB
Culpeper, VACulpeper

Perfect fit for UVa's 3-4 scheme.

4 stars6'0"227Virginia
#8Steve SloanLB
San Jose, CAArchbishop Mitty

Should be a multi-year starter at UCLA, does a little bit of everything right

4 stars6'2"219UCLA
#9Josh BynesLB
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Impressive at multiple summer camps.

4 stars6'2"212Auburn
#10Pat LazearLB
Wheaton, MDWheaton

Was named all-metro and all-conference as a junior.

4 stars6'0"229West Virginia
#11Rennie CurranLB
Snellville, GABrookwood

Simply makes plays all over the field.

4 stars5'10"202Georgia
#12Dewey ElliottLB
Fairfield, OHFairfield High School

One of the nation’s hardest hitters.

4 stars6'0"242list
#13Brian SmithLB
Overland Park, KSSt. Thomas Aquinas

Father played at Notre Dame, so football is in his blood.

4 stars6'2"222Notre Dame
#14Jonathan FrinkLB
Oxford, MSOxford

Rolls up the tackles from his linebacker position.

3 stars6'1"214Stanford
#15Antonio WhiteLB
Hollandale, MSSimmons School

Big man moves well and plays nasty.

3 stars6'2"240Mississippi St.
#16Kevin RouseLB
Joliet, ILJoliet Catholic

College coaches love his motor and sideline to sideline speed.

3 stars6'0"217Wisconsin
#17Casey MatthewsLB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Hard working linebacker just makes a lot of plays

3 stars6'1"220Oregon
#18Quillie OdomLB
Potomac, VAOsbourn Park

Earned all-district and all-region honors as a junior.

3 stars6'2"200Virginia Tech
#19Brad JeffersonLB
Wrightsville, GAJohnson County

Tech fans should be excited about this one.

3 stars6'2"205Georgia Tech
#20Jourdan BrooksLB
Germantown, MDSeneca Valley

Named first team all-league as a junior.

3 stars6'1"247Rutgers
#21D.J. HoltLB
Encino, CACrespi

Plays everywhere in high school and will be a star defender at Cal.

3 stars6'0"236California
#22Gavin CooperLB
El Dorado Hills, CAUnion Mine

As he gets stronger will only get better

3 stars6'2"220list
#23Jared DetrickLB
Newport News, VAWoodside

Posted a 6.7 second 55 meters as a junior in track.

3 stars6'2"235Virginia
#24George WhiteLB
Flint, MICarman Ainsworth

Could move to DL because of his frame, but definitely a head-hunter on defense

3 stars6'2"252Missouri
#25Jacody ColemanLB
Beaumont, TXWestbrook

Not the fastest, but does make a ton of plays.

3 stars6'2"229Iowa
#26Korey WilliamsLB
New Orleans, LAEdna Karr

One of the hardest hitters in the Bayou.

3 stars6'2"233Southern Miss
#27Drew DudleyLB
College Station, TXA&M Consolidated

An early KU commit that's a head-hunter.

3 stars6'2"212Kansas
#28Calvin SuttonLB
Deland, FLDeland

Had 116 tackles and 14 sacks in 2005.

3 stars5'10"208South Florida
#29John TyndallLB
Pacific Grove, CAPacific Grove

Really came on strong late in the season.

3 stars6'2"214California
#30Miles BurrisLB
Granite Bay, CAGranite Bay

Another great linebacker from Granite Bay High

3 stars6'2"242S. Diego St.
#31Aaron GreshamLB
Mayo, FLLafayette

Another Florida tackle machine.

3 stars6'2"222Florida St.
#32Will DarkinsLB
Lake Oswego, ORLake Oswego

Impressed at the Eugene NIKE Camp and is a smart backer.

3 stars6'2"217Oregon St.
#33Ronnie St.FleurLB
Hollywood, FLHollywood Hills

Another South Florida stud.

3 stars6'2"221Tennessee St.
#34Josh LinamLB
Tavares, FLTavares

UCF gets a good one.

3 stars6'2"230UCF
#35Darran KinseyLB
Miami, FLGulliver Prep

Tough linebacker that moves well.

3 stars6'1"235list
#36Tanner ShuckLB
Jenks, OKJenks

Don't let his size fool you - the kid's a big-time player.

3 stars5'11"225Rice
#37Bryce McNaulLB
Eden Prairie, MNEden Prairie

A smart player on and off the field.

3 stars6'2"242Northwestern
#38Roosevelt FallsLB
Atlanta, TXAtlanta

Tackle machine from East Texas.

3 stars6'2"225Louisiana Tech
#39Justin SpringerLB
Los Fresnos, TXLos Fresnos

Was under the radar mainly because he's from the Valley.

3 stars6'4"220Kansas
#40Kyle JacksonLB
McDonough, GAUnion Grove

Talented linebacker staying in state to play for Tech.

3 stars6'0"225Georgia Tech
#41Chris SandersLB
Corsicana, TXCorsicana

Corsicana star heading to Waco.

3 stars6'0"200list
#42Charles YoungLB
Mamou, LAMamou

Aggies have had success in Pelican State before.

3 stars6'3"219Texas A&M
#43Gabe KnaptonLB
Longmont, COSkyline

Cowboy commit will play early.

3 stars6'4"205Wyoming
#44C.J. MarckLB
Fairless Hills, PAPennsbury

Heady linebacker from PA.

3 stars6'2"224Connecticut
#45Cedric CooperLB
Slidell, LASlidell

Under the radar in part because of Hurricane Katrina.

3 stars6'2"230

Rivals.com inside linebackers 2007

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