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2008 Prospect Ranking Virginia Top 30 2008

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1E.J. ManuelQB
Virginia Beach, VABayside

Threw for 18 touchdowns and 1,859 yards as a senior.

4 stars6'5"215Florida St.
#2Ryan WilliamsRB
Manassas, VAStonewall Jackson

Instant impact player for Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech.

4 stars5'10"192Virginia Tech
#3Mike GlennonQB
Centreville, VAWestfield

Threw for 32 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'6"194N.C. State
#4Quinton CoplesDE
Chatham, VAHargrave Military Academy

Transferred to Hargrave for his senior year to raise his level of competition.

4 stars6'7"235N. Carolina
#5Vinston PainterOL
Norfolk, VAMaury

Being compared to Levi Brown by some.

4 stars6'6"317Virginia Tech
#6Marcus DowtinLB
Fork Union, VAFork Union Military Academy

Racked up 1,202 yards rushing and 76 tackles and nine tackles for a loss.

4 stars6'1"215Georgia
#7Deion WalkerWR
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Missed most of his senior season with an injury.

4 stars6'4"186Notre Dame
#8Kerry BoykinsWR
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Caught passes for more than 1,000 yards as a senior.

4 stars6'1"200Maryland
#9D.J. ColesWR
Goochland, VAGoochland

Cole's size will make him a big target in Blacksburg.

4 stars6'4"198Virginia Tech
#10Dyrell RobertsATH
Smithfield, VASmithfield

Will play wideout in college.

4 stars6'2"190Virginia Tech
#11Bobby MassieOL
Lynchburg, VALiberty Christian Academy

Will likely have to take prep or Juco route.

4 stars6'8"335list
#12Marcus DavisATH
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

Accounted for nearly 2,700 yards of total offense as a senior.

3 stars6'4"221Virginia Tech
#13Klinton RuffDT
Norfolk, VANorview

Good fit for 3-4 defense at Virginia.

3 stars6'4"298Virginia
#14Jimmy BennettOL
Alexandria, VAWest Potomac

Massive lineman a huge get for UConn.

3 stars6'8"270Connecticut
#15Todd HarrelsonWR
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Had 60 catches for 1,200 yards and 17 scores as a senior.

3 stars6'0"181N. Carolina
#16Kevin WhaleyRB
Virginia Beach, VASalem

Named All-Tidewater Player of the Year for the second consecutive time as a senior.

3 stars5'9"166Minnesota
#17Morgan CarterATH
Woodbridge, VAC. D. Hylton

Could play defensive back or wideout in college.

3 stars6'3"197Rutgers
#18Antoine HopkinsDE
Highland Springs, VAHighland Springs

Yet another D1A product from Highland Springs.

3 stars6'1"285Virginia Tech
#19Tony GregoryRB
Virginia Beach, VAFirst Colonial

Dual-threat running back puts up big numbers.

3 stars6'0"178Virginia Tech
#20Derrick McCoyWR
Amherst, VAAmherst

Receiver has big-play potential.

3 stars6'4"230Virginia Tech
#21Lyndell GibsonLB
Virginia Beach, VASalem

Was named defensive player of the year in his district as a senior.

3 stars6'0"212Virginia Tech
#22Leon MackeyDE
Chatham, VAHargrave Military Academy

Transferred to Hargrave for his senior season.

3 stars6'5"258Virginia Tech
#23Isaiah HamletteDE
Stafford, VABrooke Point

Could play defensive end or tight end in college.

3 stars6'5"245Virginia Tech
#24Xavier BoyceATH
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

Big-time ATH follows in Percy Harvin tradition at Landstown.

3 stars6'4"200Virginia Tech
#25Austin FullerWR
Richlands, VARichlands

Big possession receiver for Hokies.

3 stars6'2"210Virginia Tech
#26Donovan MilesLB
Stafford, VABrooke Point

Rangy speedster is good fit for WVU.

3 stars6'1"225West Virginia
#27Jamal WilsonWR
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Caught 38 passes for 500 yards and 8 scores as a senior.

3 stars5'11"176Marshall
#27Jake JohnsonLB
Falmouth, VAStafford Sr. High

Had 120 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior.

3 stars6'2"231Virginia Tech
#28Allen StephensLB
South Boston, VAHalifax County

Recovering from MCL tear from senior season.

3 stars6'2"252Virginia Tech
#29Ben BarberWR
Alexandria, VAThomas A Edison

Barber's half brother is former Virginia Tech and current Dallas Cowboy Willie Pile.

3 stars5'10"200Virginia Tech
#30Peter RoseATH
Amherst, VAAmherst

Plays quarterback in high school.

3 stars6'1"185Virginia Tech Virginia Top 30 2008

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