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2008 Prospect Ranking Illinois Top 30 2008

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Garrett GoebelDT
Lombard, ILMontini

Had 68 tackles and 16 tackles for a loss in 2007.

4 stars6'5"264Ohio St.
#2Darius FlemingLB
Chicago, ILSt. Rita

Had 69 tackles, 15 tackles for a loss and 10 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'3"230Notre Dame
#3Steven FilerLB
Chicago, ILMt. Carmel

Had 107 tackles in 2007.

4 stars6'3"220Notre Dame
#4Sean CwynarDT
Woodstock, ILMarian Central Catholic

Recorded 93 tackles and 12 sacks in 13 games as a senior.

4 stars6'4"284Notre Dame
#5Graham PocicOL
Lemont, ILLemont

Was a three-year varsity starter.

4 stars6'7"316Illinois
#6Brandon GreenWR
Chicago, ILRobeson

Finished his career as a four-year varsity starter.

4 stars6'0"167Minnesota
#7Brian MulroeOL
Wilmette, ILLoyola Academy

Athletic offensive lineman that could play early in the Big Ten.

3 stars6'6"263Northwestern
#8Nick ClancyLB
Joliet, ILJoliet Catholic

Clancy is the younger brother of current Ball State TE Chris Clancy.

3 stars6'3"220Boston Coll.
#9John WienkeQB
Tuscola, IL

Participated in the EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterback Camp this past summer.

3 stars6'4"196Iowa
#10Mikel LeShoureRB
Champaign, ILCentennial

Earned all-state honors as both a senior and a junior.

3 stars6'0"220Illinois
#11Jack RamseyATH
Chicago, ILSimeon

A four-year varsity starter.

3 stars5'11"182Illinois
#12Jason FordRB
Belleville, ILAlthoff

Racked up 1,773 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2007.

3 stars5'10"209Illinois
#13Glenn FosterDE
Chicago, ILMt. Carmel

Started for two seasons for Mt. Carmel coach Frank Lenti.

3 stars6'4"223Illinois
#14Leonard HubbardLB
Springfield, ILSacred Heart Griffin

Earned all-area honors as a senior in 2007.

3 stars6'2"225Wisconsin
#15Supo SanniLB
Homewood, ILHomewood Flossmoor

One of the state's best combo football/basketball standouts.

3 stars6'3"197Illinois
#16Tommie ThomasDB
Oak Lawn, ILRichards

Earned all-area honors as a senior.

3 stars6'2"175Purdue
#17Nate PalmerLB
Chicago, ILSimeon

Led his team to a state playoff berth in 2007.

3 stars6'3"228Illinois
#18Brandon HaroldDE
East St. Louis, ILEast St. Louis

Another tremendous multi-sport athlete from the home of the Flyers.

3 stars6'5"260Kansas St.
#19Jeff RadekOL
Naperville, ILNeuqua Valley

Has tremendous physical tools and upside. Will add more weight and size at the next level.

3 stars6'6"277Northwestern
#20London DavisTE
Cahokia, ILCahokia

Athletic big man has exploded onto the one day camp scene this summer.

3 stars6'4"255Illinois
#21David YoungOL
Edwardsville, IL

Some also project him on the defensive side of the ball.

3 stars6'6"290Florida
#22Dex JonesRB
Lombard, ILMontini

Could bulk up and project as a fullback on the next level.

3 stars6'1"215Wisconsin
#23Brett NagelLB
Lemont, ILLemont

An outstanding all-around athlete, Nagel played quarterback as a senior.

3 stars6'4"225Northwestern
#24Nick AdamleOL
Wheaton, ILWheaton North

Big interior lineman also has a 4.7 grade-point average.

3 stars6'5"298Northwestern
#25Emmett ClearyOL
Arrlington Heights, ILSt. Viator

Another Land of Lincoln prospect who's upside physically is tremendous.

3 stars6'6"250Boston Coll.
#26Chuck PorcelliOL
Lombard, ILMontini

Quickly improved over the past two seasons and is much stronger than his junior season.

3 stars6'8"285Northwestern
#27Brad HermanTE
Metamora, ILMetamora

Led his team to a state championship in 2007.

3 stars6'5"220Iowa
#28Nicholas PlatoDE
Edwardsville, ILEdwardsville

Bounced back after injury last season and earned major college attention before commitment.

3 stars6'6"228Kansas
#29Russell EllingtonLB
Homewood, ILHomewood Flossmoor

Could project at linebacker, safety or even receiver on the next level.

2 stars6'2"203Illinois
#30Jeffery AllenOL
Chicago, ILKing

Hard-working interior lineman that committed early in the recruiting process.

2 stars6'4"324Illinois Illinois Top 30 2008

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