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2007 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Michigan Top 30 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ronald JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Proved this season that he's the best in the state at both receiver or defensive back.

5 stars6'0"177USC
#2Dionte AllenDB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

There are no flaws in Allen's game and he may just be the best tackling cornerback in the country

4 stars5'11"175Florida St.
#3Joseph BarksdaleDT
Detroit, MICass Tech

Proved again as a senior that he's one of the nation's best DTs.

4 stars6'6"323LSU
#4Keith NicholQB
Lowell, MILowell

Sharp mechanics, strong arm and a playmaker's mentality will make him a star at Oklahoma.

4 stars6'2"195Oklahoma
#5Darris SawtelleOL
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Controlled chaos is the best way to describe the always intense, well-schooled Sawtelle.

4 stars6'6"295Tennessee
#6Chris ColasantiLB
Lakeville, MIBrother Rice

When he finishes out his career, Penn State fans will be lauding Colasanti with the likes of Arrington and Posluszny.

4 stars6'2"209Penn St.
#7Mark DellWR
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

A Lynn Swann type with great athleticism and tremendous leaping ability. Great, great get for Sparty.

4 stars6'1"177Michigan St.
#8Cedric EversonATH
Detroit, MIMumford

Probably the fastest player in the state.

4 stars6'1"178Iowa
#9Steven ThreetQB
Adrian, MI

Big, strong armed quarterback has the potential to be a three-year starter in a BCS Conference program.

4 stars6'6"225Georgia Tech
#10Ryan Van BergenDE
Whitehall, MI

Dominates on either side of the football, should be a star for Michigan.

4 stars6'5"260Michigan
#11Taurian WashingtonWR
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

One of the most complete games of anybody at receiver.

4 stars6'0"167Ohio St.
#12Martell WebbWR
Pontiac, MINorthern

Fits into the mold of the new wave tight end.

4 stars6'5"225Michigan
#13Quincy LandinghamDB
Bloomfield Hills, MILahser

Quick and shifty as a running back, but also has the ball skills to play in the defensive backfield in college.

4 stars5'10"202Wisconsin
#14Derek KnightDB
Detroit, MIRenaissance

Motor never stops and when he arrives at the ball, he arrives angry.

3 stars6'0"192West Virginia
#15Justin SillerQB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Underrated as a passer because he makes so many plays with his feet.

3 stars6'4"191Purdue
#16Josh RooksTE
Holland, MIHolland Christian

Has great hands and good speed for tight end, but could grow into a OL.

3 stars6'6"250Northwestern
#17George WhiteLB
Flint, MICarman Ainsworth

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

3 stars6'2"252Missouri
#18Josh AllisonDT
Lake Orion, MILake Orion

Tallied an amazing 25 sacks from the defensive tackle spot as a junior.

3 stars6'2"246Cent. Michigan
#19Mark HuygeOL
Grand Rapids, MICatholic Central

Made major strides as a senior and developed into legit Big Ten OL prospect.

3 stars6'6"280Michigan
#20James StallonsQB
Macomb, MIDakota

Wisconsin will love his ability to see over the field with his height.

3 stars6'6"171Wisconsin
#21Ashton LeggettRB
Muskegon, MI

Legit speed combined with cutback ability and great vision.

3 stars5'11"225Michigan St.
#22Cameron JoplinTE
Ann Arbor, MIPioneer

Possesses some of the softest hands around.

3 stars6'4"247Northwestern
#23Vince HelmuthRB
Saline, MISaline

Will remind Michigan fans more of Kevin Dudley than Chris Floyd.

3 stars6'1"235Michigan
#24Ryan WheatDT
Flint, MICarman Ainsworth

One of the biggest steals that Michigan State got in this class.

3 stars6'4"298Michigan St.
#25James RogersATH
Madison Heights, MILamphere

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

3 stars6'1"195Michigan
#26Kaunda HancockWR
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Three INTs in the state championship game in 2006 is legendary stuff.

3 stars5'11"182Toledo
#27Kirk CousinsQB
Holland, MIHolland Christian

An amazing late steal for Michigan State.

3 stars6'2"171Michigan St.
#28Darrell Davis-BudanauroOL
East Grand Rapids, MIEast Grand Rapids

Light on his feet for a player of his size, and has the strength of two men

3 stars6'4"370East. Michigan
#29Darius JohnsonRB
Highland Park, MIHighland Park

Back-to-back 2,000-yard seasons.

2 stars6'0"214Indiana
#30Rocky WeaverTE
Battle Creek, MIHarper Creek

The agility of a wide receiver, but will play tight end at the next level.

2 stars6'5"220Cent. Michigan

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