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2008 Prospect Ranking Alabama Top 35 2008

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Julio JonesWR
Foley, ALFoley

The most physically-gifted prospect to come out of Alabama in years.

5 stars6'4"215Alabama
#2Burton ScottATH
Prichard, ALVigor

Could play either side of the ball, but defensive film is impressive.

5 stars5'11"194Alabama
#3Tyler LoveOL
Mountain Brook, ALMountain Brook

Excellent feet and athleticism make him an elite OT prospect.

5 stars6'7"285Alabama
#4Jerrell HarrisLB
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Racked up 125 tackles his junior year.

4 stars6'2"220Alabama
#5Mark BarronATH
Mobile, ALSt. Paul's

Had more than 1,000 yards of total offense and also is an excellent LB or S prospect.

4 stars6'2"202Alabama
#6William GreenLB
Hoover, ALSpain Park

The state's top pass rusher.

4 stars6'4"215Florida
#7Antoine McClainOL
Anniston, ALAnniston

Raw, but has huge upside.

4 stars6'6"317Clemson
#8Dee FinleyDB
Auburn, ALAuburn

Could project as an outside linebacker long term.

4 stars6'3"210Florida
#9Courtney UpshawLB
Eufaula, ALEufaula

Could also project as an outside linebacker.

4 stars6'2"220Alabama
#10Michael WilliamsDE
Reform, ALPickens County

Jumbo athlete could play defensive end or tight end in college.

4 stars6'6"240Alabama
#11John Michael BoswellOL
Northport, ALTuscaloosa County

Class 6A All-State selection as a junior.

4 stars6'6"290Alabama
#12Destin HoodWR
Mobile, ALSt. Paul's

Could be underrated as stock is soaring.

4 stars6'3"190Alabama
#13Cameron HendersonDE
Birmingham, ALShades Valley

Had 45 tackles and 6 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'5"240Auburn
#14Brandon LewisDE
Pleasant Grove, ALPleasant Grove

A playmaker on defense, Lewis had 12 tackles for loss last season.

4 stars6'3"260Alabama
#15Robert LesterDB
Foley, ALFoley

Recorded four interceptions and nine pass breakups as a junior.

4 stars6'2"205Alabama
#16Glenn HarbinDE
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

The second straight big-time DL prospect from McGill-Toolen.

4 stars6'6"250Alabama
#17Marcel DareusDT
Birmingham, ALHuffman

Had an incredible 117 tackles and 20 sacks from his defensive line position as a senior.

3 stars6'4"277Alabama
#18T.J. BarnesOL
Enterprise, ALEnterprise

Plus-sized lineman has seen his stock rise of late.

3 stars6'5"320Georgia Tech
#19Reggie HuntRB
Daphne, ALDaphne

Speedy back can help an offense in a number of ways.

3 stars5'10"180Auburn
#20Ivan MatchettRB
Mobile, ALSt. Paul's

Had 1,422 yards and 16 touchdowns rushing last season.

3 stars5'10"206Alabama
#21Marcus JemisonATH
McCalla, ALMcAdory

Had 10 touchdowns on offense and six interceptions on defense last year.

3 stars6'2"190Auburn
#22Jermaine PreyearRB
Mobile, ALDavidson

Tough runner on the inside.

3 stars5'11"205Alabama
#23Ben JonesOL
Centreville, ALBibb County

Has been impressive in several prospect camps this spring.

3 stars6'2"306Georgia
#24Undra BillingsleyDE
Birmingham, ALWoodlawn

Had 85 tackles and six sacks his junior year.

3 stars6'4"260Alabama
#25Jacoby ThomasLB
Mobile, ALMurphy

Had nearly 125 tackles his junior year.

3 stars6'1"220Troy
#26Marcal RobinsonDB
Prichard, ALVigor

Speedster had an excellent 40 time at Baton Rouge NIKE Combine.

3 stars6'0"164Southern Miss
#27Willie BohannonDE
Mobile, ALBlount

As a senior, he recorded 12 TFLs and nine sacks.

3 stars6'3"230Tennessee
#28Jomarcus SavageDT
Huntsville, ALJ. O. Johnson

One of the top prospects in Northern Alabama. Had nine sacks last year.

3 stars6'2"260Auburn
#29Dekendrick MoncriefWR
Prattville, ALPrattville

Sleeper WR has big-play ability.

3 stars5'11"171Illinois St.
#30Justin RogersRB
Birmingham, ALVestavia Hills

Rushed for 2,100 yards his junior year.

3 stars5'11"180Nebraska
#31Peters DreyOL
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Performed well in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.

3 stars6'5"260Purdue
#32Jonathan OwensOL
Blountsville, ALSusan Moore

Could also move inside and play guard.

3 stars6'5"295Georgia
#33Brad SmelleyQB
Tuscaloosa, ALAmerican Christian Academy

Could play a number of positions but threw for 30 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars6'3"220Alabama
#34D'Antoine HoodDB
Phenix City, ALCentral-Phenix

No one raised their stock more in the post-season than Hood.

3 stars5'9"185Auburn
#35Justin AlbertRB
Prattville, ALPrattville

Helped his team to consecutive state championships and undefeated seasons.

3 stars5'8"168list Alabama Top 35 2008

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