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2007 Prospect Ranking

TigerBait.com preseason Top-30 for 2007

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

A fantastic athlete from a family of athletes. Major League baseball could keep him from college football.

5 stars6'2"220LSU
#2Joe McKnightRB
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Exceptional running back with speed and moves.

5 stars6'1"193USC
#3Will BlackwellDT
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Blackwell will be very valuable as he can play multiple positions very well.

4 stars6'4"296LSU
#4Rolando MelanconDT
Lutcher, LALutcher

Melancon has probably been the most dominant DL in Louisiana for the past three years

4 stars6'2"260Tennessee
#5DeAngelo BentonWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Benton is a difference maker at wide receiver and his academic situation is much clearer.

4 stars6'3"195LSU
#6Stefoin FrancoisDB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Francois is a strong safety who can lay the wood as he is very physical.

4 stars6'0"188LSU
#7Luther DavisDT
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Tons of upside for Davis as he is fast off the ball and continues to get stronger.

4 stars6'4"254Alabama
#8D'Montreal WilsonOL
Rayville, LARayville

Top offensive tackle in Louisiana, very good footwork and a means streak when finishing off blocks.

3 stars6'5"295list
#9Earl PatinLB
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Top linebacker in Lousiana on one of the states best teams.

4 stars6'1"228Baylor
#10John WilliamsATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

Does it all for Breaux Bridge as an option quarterback but projects as a cornerback at the next level.

4 stars5'11"175LSU
#11Drake NevisDT
Marrero, LAJohn Ehret

Fantastic DT with low center of gravity and fantastic first step.

4 stars6'1"281LSU
#12Kentravis AubreyDE
Bastrop, LABastrop

Aubrey is another very good DL as Louisiana has a handful of very good ones for 2007.

4 stars6'3"285LSU
#13Mitch JosephTE
New Iberia, LACatholic

Top TE in Louisiana. Has the size for short yardage situations and can get up field for a reception.

3 stars6'4"243LSU
#14Jason PetersDE
Baton Rouge, LACatholic

Hard worker, honor student and one of the best defensive end's in the state.

4 stars6'4"262Georgia Tech
#15Toddrick BajoieWR
New Roads, LACatholic-Pointe Coupee

Talented wide receiver at a small school who is getting a lot of attention

3 stars6'1"200list
#16Gabriel BryantWR
Baton Rouge, LADesire Street Academy

Speed, great hands and athleticism but where will he play his senior year...

3 stars6'2"190Louisiana Tech
#17Cedric CooperLB
Slidell, LASlidell

Bluechip linebacker that has all the tools except a good academic situation.

3 stars6'2"230
#18Tarence CalaisDB
Patterson, LAPatterson

Safety prospect who could possibly play corner. Very talented but college coaches want to see more.

3 stars5'11"186Louisiana Tech
#19Ahmad PaigeWR
Sterlington, LASterlington

Very good speed and hands but is very thin at 160-pounds and has put up lots of stats against weak competition.

4 stars6'3"175Tennessee
#20Terry CarterDB
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

One of the states fastest football players who could have some big offers coming as a cornerback

3 stars5'11"175Louisiana Tech
#21Frank AlexanderDE
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Very good athlete for a big man. Has very good feet and quickness.

4 stars6'5"248Oklahoma
#22Kendrick CelestineWR
Mamou, LAMamou

Played QB as a junior but will play WR this season. Projects as either a WR or CB.

3 stars5'11"173Colorado
#23Wilson YoumanTE
St. Martinville, LASt. Martinville

Youman is another strong TE prospect. Shows signs of exceptional things but needs more consistency.

3 stars6'4"240Oklahoma St.
#24Josh DworaczykOL
New Iberia, LACatholic

OL with very good size and strength but needs to work on foot speed.

4 stars6'5"263LSU
#25Alex WilliamsOL
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Did not play football last year due to Katrina, a bit of an unknown.

3 stars6'4"220Oklahoma
#26Matt StoneOL
Ruston, LARuston

Very strong and working on foot speed as many college coaches are interested

2 stars6'4"315list
#27Jonathan EnglishDT
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Very good defensive tackle but height and weight are a concern.

3 stars6'0"334Arizona St.
#28Phillip LivasRB
Houma, LASouth Terrebonne

Livas lit up the Nike camp at LSU with the days best 40-time.

3 stars5'8"163Louisiana Tech
#29Lionel BreauxWR
New Orleans, LAMcDonogh 35

Very good athlete who will have coaches paying attention this fall after a strong spring.

3 stars5'11"183Mississippi
#30Delvin BreauxDB
New Orleans, LAMcDonogh 35

Like his brother Lionel, coaches will be watching his senior season very closely.

3 stars6'0"175LSU

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