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2008 Prospect Ranking Michigan Top 30 2008

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Boubacar CissokoDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

Was one of the best players overall at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars5'8"171Michigan
#2Dann O'NeillOL
Grand Haven, MI

Proved he was one of the nation’s best offensive tackles at the Under Armour All-Star Game.

4 stars6'8"291Michigan
#3Nick PerryDE
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Impressed at U.S. Army All American Bowl despite playing out of position.

4 stars6'4"235USC
#4Jonas GrayRB
Detroit, MICountry Day

Rushed for 2,485 yards and 31 scores as a senior.

4 stars5'10"213Notre Dame
#5Fred SmithWR
Detroit, MISoutheastern

Had 782 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"207Michigan St.
#6Mark IngramATH
Flint, MISouthwestern Academy

Rushed for 1,700 yards and 24 scores as a senior.

4 stars5'10"195Alabama
#7Mike MartinDT
Novi, MIDetroit Catholic Central

Had 90 tackles and six sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'2"278Michigan
#8Kenny DemensLB
Detroit, MICountry Day

Do-it-all type player – had 112 yards receiving and 90 tackles and 15 tackles for a loss as a junior.

4 stars6'1"224Michigan
#9Tyler HooverDE
Novi, MI

Selected to the 2007 Dream Team all-state squad as a senior.

3 stars6'7"265Michigan St.
#10Charles BurrellDB
Detroit, MISoutheastern

Caused a lot of damage on both sides of the ball as a senior.

3 stars6'0"204Michigan St.
#11Rocko KhouryOL
Traverse City, MIWest

Recognized as a member of the all-state Dream Team as a senior.

3 stars6'6"280Michigan
#12Ethan RuhlandOL
Lake Orion, MILake Orion

Recognized as a member of the all-state Dream Team as a senior.

3 stars6'4"262Michigan St.
#13Corey JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Qualifying issues have hurt his recruitment.

3 stars6'0"177list
#14Keshawn MartinWR
Westland, MIJohn Glenn

Blew up as a senior and might be the biggest sleeper in the Midwest.

3 stars6'0"180Michigan St.
#15Deon'tae PannellOL
Birmingham, MIGroves

A three-year starter.

3 stars6'5"300Penn St.
#16Cortez SmithDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

Developed into one of Michigan’s top overall players with a masterful senior season.

3 stars5'10"193Indiana
#17Caulton RayRB
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Committed to Michigan State early in his senior season.

3 stars5'9"185Michigan St.
#18Anthony WoodsOL
Melvindale, MIMelvindale

Developed into a legitimate Big Ten offensive lineman as a senior.

3 stars6'4"305Michigan St.
#19Chris McDonaldOL
Sterling Heights, MIUtica Ford

Tremendously athletic offensive guard.

3 stars6'5"260Michigan St.
#20Glenn WinstonATH
Detroit, MIDenby

Was one of the most dominating players in the Detroit PSL.

3 stars6'1"213Michigan St.
#21Anthony HollisDB
Detroit, MINorthwestern

Somebody will get a major steal in Hollis.

3 stars5'9"165
#22Tim DandridgeDB
Detroit, MIHighland Park

Great physical tools make him a big steal for Tim Brewster.

3 stars6'1"175Minnesota
#23Sam GaymonWR
Detroit, MIRenaissance

Helped his team to a Division II city championship.

3 stars6'2"183Toledo
#24Darrin WilliamsRB
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Smallish back is electric with the ball in his hands.

2 stars5'6"156Cincinnati
#25Trenton RobinsonDB
Bay City, MIBay City Central

Also selected to the Dream Team all-state squad.

2 stars5'10"171Michigan St.
#26John DeyoOL
Richland, MIGull Lake

An early Michigan State commitment.

2 stars6'6"270Michigan St.
#27Brendon KayQB
Marine City, MI

Earned all-area honors as a senior.

2 stars6'3"229Cincinnati
#28Bruce HornerDB
Birmingham, MIGroves

A hard-hitting safety prospect with good coverage skills.

2 stars6'1"175Cincinnati
#29Tre BishopDE
Carleton, MIAirport

Big-bodied defensive end that really gets after the quarterback.

2 stars6'4"240W. Michigan
#30Adam FollettQB
Alma, MIAlma

Earned all-region honors as a senior.

2 stars6'4"201Indiana Michigan Top 30 2008

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