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2007 Prospect Ranking Ohio top 50 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ben MartinDE
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Martin's not a finished product yet, but when he is, look out

5 stars6'5"230Tennessee
#2Brandon SaineRB
Piqua, OHPiqua

Will be used a lot like Ted Ginn by the Buckeyes

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
#3Eugene CliffordDB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Clifford showed he can be impact player on the next level as a senior.

4 stars6'2"190Ohio St.
#4Antonio JeremiahDT
Hilliard, OHDarby

Brings wrestling experience to the gridiron by using leverage

4 stars6'4"280Michigan St.
#5Nate OliverDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

The defensive leader on the loaded St. Edward's program

4 stars5'11"199Ohio St.
#6C.J. PeakeDB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

Hard-hitting, physical safety that can also cover

4 stars6'2"216Louisville
#7Jermale HinesLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Next in line from the great Glenville program

4 stars6'2"205Ohio St.
#8Devon TorrenceATH
Canton, OHCanton South

Might also have a future in professional baseball

4 stars6'0"200Ohio St.
#9Diauntae MorrowDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Another great safety in a year for great safeties

4 stars5'11"179Iowa
#10Donnie EvegeDB
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School

A lockdown cover corner that should star in the Big 10

4 stars5'11"185Ohio St.
#11Solomon ThomasDE
West Chester, OHLakota West

Some call him the best pass rusher in the state

4 stars6'4"210Ohio St.
#12Andrew DaileyLB
Massillon, OHWashington

Instinctive linebacker that just makes plays

4 stars6'2"209Penn St.
#13Daniel HerronRB
Warren, OHHarding

Had a big summer - picking up offers from OSU and Michigan

4 stars5'10"190Ohio St.
#14Dewey ElliottLB
Fairfield, OHFairfield High School

Elliot might slip out of state and people will wonder why one day

4 stars6'0"242list
#15Morgan WilliamsRB
Canton, OHMcKinley

Offers escaping him early because academic questions, but no questions about talent

3 stars6'0"190Toledo
#16Greg JonesLB
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

Put his name on the map at the Herbstreit Classic.

3 stars6'0"210Michigan St.
#17Jordan MabinDB
Macedonia, OHNordonia

A steady, productive player that has knack for big plays

3 stars5'10"178Northwestern
#18LeBron DanielLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The Ted Ginn Tour allowed proved to coaches he's one of Ohio's elite players

3 stars6'1"226Iowa
#19Sidney GloverDB
Warren, OHHarding

Turned down four other offers to commit to Indiana

3 stars5'11"202West Virginia
#20Vincent BrowneDE
Lisbon, OHDavid Anderson

Might not have the name as others, but a talented prospect with major upside

3 stars6'5"239Northwestern
#21Nick SchepisOL
Cuyahoga Falls, OHWalsh Jesuit

Good offensive linemen in a bad year for them in Ohio

3 stars6'3"273Boston Coll.
#22Brian GambleDB
Massillon, OHWashington

Best projects at safety, despite great success at running back

3 stars5'11"185Illinois
#23Frank EdmondsRB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Size might scare away Big 10 teams, but he could star in the MAC

3 stars5'6"180Ball St.
#24Clay BeltonQB
Clayton, OHNorthmont

Steady passer that's got a stronger arm than many think

3 stars6'5"220Miami (OH)
#25Kyle JeffersonWR
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Long frame stretches the field vertically

3 stars6'5"195Wisconsin
#26Dane SanzenbacherWR
Toledo, OHCentral Catholic

The type of guy you want on your team - he does it all

3 stars5'11"174Ohio St.
#27Mark WettererOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

Bouncing back from an injury, could move up as a senior

3 stars6'5"295Louisville
#28David ArnoldDB
Copley, OHCopley

One of Northeastern Ohio's top players, regardless of position

3 stars6'0"185Northwestern
#29Derrick ShermanWR
Cincinnati, OHWithrow

Should star in Purdue's pass-happy attack

3 stars6'0"170Purdue
#30Skylar JonesATH
Middletown, OHMiddletown

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

3 stars5'10"169Wake Forest
#31Ryan GillumDB
Youngstown, OHLiberty

A solid safety prospect.

3 stars5'11"205Syracuse
#32Chris SmithQB
South Point, OHSouth Point

Top signal caller in Ohio is a proven leader

3 stars6'3"220Marshall
#33Daryle BallewDT
Cincinnati, OHWithrow

Was once the best kept secret in Ohio - but word is out now

3 stars6'3"285Illinois
#34Charlie HatcherDE
Hamilton, OHHamilton

Could grow into a defensive tackle as he gets bigger and stronger

3 stars6'2"266Duke
#35Chris RuckerDB
Warren, OHHarding

One piece of the amazing Warren Harding defensive backfield

3 stars6'1"185Michigan St.
#36Steve MatasDE
Mentor, OHMentor

Added 25 pounds in the off-season and could skyrocket with a steady fall

3 stars6'5"270Illinois
#37Eric ThomasDE
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Strong against the run and doubles as an effective tight end

3 stars6'4"250Indiana
#38B.J. CunninghamWR
Westerville, OHSouth High School

Maybe the most overlooked offensive recruit in Ohio

3 stars6'0"193Michigan St.
#39Otis MerrillDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Not many knew about him until he blew up on the Ted Ginn Sr. Bus Tour

3 stars5'11"170Wisconsin
#40Rocco PentelloDB
Westerville, OHWesterville South

Great high school QB will even better safety in college

3 stars6'0"188Ohio St.
#41Vince HarrisLB
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

A heat-seeking missile at linebacker

3 stars6'2"210West Virginia
#42Erique RobertsonLB
Maple Heights, OHMaple Heights

Few had a better senior season in Ohio.

3 stars5'10"207Illinois
#43Julian MillerDE
Columbus, OHBeechcroft

Film rates as one of the best of anybody in the state of Ohio

3 stars6'4"203West Virginia
#44Marlin ParkerDE
Warren, OHHarding

A key player in Warren Harding's standout defensive group

3 stars6'2"232Toledo
#45Jeff RieskampDE
Cincinnati, OHElder High School

Leader on great defense.

3 stars6'3"235N.C. State
#46Chazz AndersonQB
Pickerington, OHPickerington Central

A true threat with the ball in his hands.

3 stars6'1"197Cincinnati
#47Mark WooldridgeRB
Cuyahoga Falls, OHWalsh Jesuit

One of the best players at the Columbus NIKE Camp

3 stars5'9"187Bowling Green
#48Zach CollarosQB
Steubenville, OHSteubenville

One of the most under-ranked players in Ohio.

3 stars6'1"193Cincinnati
#49Kyle HubbardTE
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Calls himself an Antonio Gates type tight end

3 stars6'3"220Pittsburgh
#50John HughesTE
Gahanna, OHLincoln High School

A nice local grab for the Bearcats.

3 stars6'2"260Cincinnati