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2011 Prospect Ranking

2011 UGASports Georgia Top 50

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Isaiah CrowellRB
Columbus, GACarver

One of the most electric prospects in the 2011 class; reminds some of a slightly stronger version of C.J. Spiller.

5 stars5'11"210Georgia
#2Jay RomeTE
Valdosta, GAValdosta

Elite talent who has the tools-size, athleticism, intelligence- to play on Sundays.

4 stars6'5"255Georgia
#3Ray DrewDE
Thomasville, GAThomas County Central

Could be underrated at three, his potential is through the roof coming off the edge.

5 stars6'5"243Georgia
#4James VaughtersLB
Tucker, GATucker

Next great Tucker prospect has great knowledge of the game and is simply one of the best middle linebackers in the entire country.

4 stars6'2"233Stanford
#5Damian SwannDB
Atlanta, GAGrady

Outstanding athlete who has rare ball skills for a player his size.

4 stars6'0"175Georgia
#6Gabe WrightDT
Columbus, GACarver

Wright is a versatile, high motor lineman who has quick hands and quicker feet.

4 stars6'3"273Auburn
#7Nick MarshallATH
Rochelle, GAWilcox County

Marshall put on a show in the state championship game last fall, and has since emerged as a top quarterback target..

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#8Stephon TuittDE
Monroe, GAMonroe Area

Raw athlete who manhandles his opponents on both sides of the ball.

5 stars6'5"260Notre Dame
#9Xzavier DicksonDE
Griffin, GAGriffin

Dickson could be the top DE or OLB when all is said and done.

4 stars6'3"238Alabama
#10Corey MooreDB
Griffin, GAGriffin

Downhill strong safety who shows good range and likes to lay into the ball carrier.

4 stars6'1"195Georgia
#11C.J. UzomahTE
Suwannee, GANorth Gwinnett

One of the best athletes in the southeast, Uzomah proved during his junior season he is also a top notch quarterback.

3 stars6'5"230Auburn
#12Quan BrayRB
Lagrange, GATroup

Very agile playmaker is at quarterback for Callaway coach Pete Wiggins.

4 stars5'11"178Auburn
#13A.J. JohnsonLB
Gainesville, GAGainesville

Johnson is a beast off the edge, and could play any LB position, as well as grow into a defensive end in college.

4 stars6'3"226Tennessee
#14Avery WallsDB
McDonough, GAEagle's Landing Christian

Walls could be the hardest hitter in the state, and he is now working on playing cornerback as well.

4 stars5'11"184California
#15Shannon BrownLB
Adel, GACook

Not too many can move like Brown can at inside linebacker. Needs to stay focused in order to keep his top 25 status.

4 stars6'2"225list
#16Chris SandersATH
Tucker, GATucker

Big time athlete who will play free safety at Georgia.

3 stars6'1"176Georgia
#17Watts DantzlerOL
Dalton, GADalton

Guys his size are hard to find, and the ones who are that big rarely move as well as Dantzler. Has greatly improved his footwork and overall quickness out of his stance over the past two years.

3 stars6'7"315Georgia
#18Brian RandolphDB
Marietta, GAKell

Plays both ways for the Longhorns and is a solid tackler.

3 stars6'0"180Tennessee
#19David AndrewsOL
Norcross, GAWesleyan

Great base, technique and willingness to battle in the trenches makes David one of the top 5 centers in the country.

3 stars6'2"275Georgia
#20Amarlo HerreraLB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Hard-nosed, intimidating linebacker who can get downhill in a hurry.

4 stars6'1"224Georgia
#21Chris ConleyWR
Dallas, GANorth Paulding

Conley has 151 catches for 1807 yards and 12 touchdowns the last two years. He has good size, concentration, and was recently timed at 4.42 in the forty as well.

3 stars6'3"180Georgia
#22Sterling BaileyDE
Gainesville, GAEast Hall

Bailey has a long, wiry frame, and the ability to play outside linebacker as well as end.

4 stars6'5"260Georgia
#23Malcolm MitchellDB
Valdosta, GAValdosta

Mitchell is a safety who has elite speed and could also play cornerback or wide receiver in college.

4 stars6'1"187Georgia
#24Justin Scott-WesleyWR
Camilla, GAMitchell County

A blazer who is the returning state champion in the 200 meter race, (21.6), and runner-up in the 100 (10.6).

4 stars6'1"210Georgia
#25Xzavier WardOL
Moultrie, GAColquitt County

Ward is in the top 25 because of his excellent frame, wingspan, and great potential as a left tackle who excels in pass protection.

3 stars6'7"270Georgia
#26Justin GarrettLB
Tucker, GATucker

Great range and speed as a linebacker and should climb the rankings as he continues to fill out.

3 stars6'2"185Auburn
#27Terrance SmithLB
Decatur, GASouthwest Dekalb

DE/OLB hybrid player reminiscent of Telvin Smith from last year.

3 stars6'3"215Florida St.
#28Zach WitchettWR
Atlanta, GAWashington

Another home run threat from a school known for speed, Witchett could end up being better than Goodwin was last year.

3 stars6'0"185list
#29Thomas O'ReillyOL
Marietta, GAPope

O’Reilly shows great strength and loves to mix it up in the trenches and can pull with the best of them.

3 stars6'3"313Auburn
#30Jonathan BattleDT
Americus, GAAmericus Sumter

Very explosive lineman who that emerged at the NUC Combine in Atlanta last spring. If healthy, could push for top 15 status.

3 stars6'1"280Georgia Southern
#31Tyler HunterDB
Valdosta, GALowndes

Hard hitting safety is the next big Lowndes defensive standout.

3 stars6'0"190Florida St.
#32Justin ColemanDB
Brunswick, GABrunswick

Has the size and hips that college coaches covet at CB.

4 stars5'11"175Tennessee
#33Alan PoseyOL
Athens, GAClarke Central

Has the size schools are looking for and should double his offer list by the summer.

3 stars6'6"305Tennessee
#34Alex ChisumWR
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Shows good instincts on the field and has a good blend of size and speed.

3 stars6'2"185Cincinnati
#35Edward MuldrowLB
Snellville, GASouth Gwinnett

Emerged as a promising wide receiver last spring, Muldrow is a top level athlete who can jump out of the gym.

3 stars6'3"190South Carolina
#36Quincy McKinneyOL
Columbus, GACarver

Pancake machine who could play offensive tackle, guard, or even defensive tackle at the next level.

3 stars6'4"295South Carolina
#37Chaz CheeksDE
Gainesville, GAEast Hall

Cheeks made just as many plays, if not more than Bailey off the other side of the ball.

3 stars6'3"220Georgia Tech
#38Quartterrio MorganRB
Jonesboro, GAMt Zion

Morgan already has almost 3,000 yards rushing in high school, with 42 career touchdowns of which 10 came on kick returns and five were pass receptions for touchdowns.

3 stars5'10"196W. Kentucky
#39Grady JarrettDT
Conyers, GARockdale County

Showed good balance and pursuit in his recently released film. Offers should follow soon.

3 stars6'0"282Clemson
#40Rory AndersonTE
Powder Springs, GAMceachern

Good athlete who can stretch the field and is on the radar of double digit schools in the southeast.

3 stars6'4"200South Carolina
#41Jarvarris LewisDB
Albany, GAWestover School

Lewis is a playmaker who has great ball skills, and was the best CB at the NUC combine in Atlanta last year.

#42Ra'Chard PippensDB
McDonough, GAOla

Pippens has been clocked at 4.41 in the forty, and although he plays well at corner, he is getting most of his looks as a free safety.

3 stars6'0"174Stanford
#43Josh ClemonsRB
Fayetteville, GAWhitewater

Well built back who could end up much higher on this list with a big senior year

3 stars5'10"202Kentucky
#44Kyle HarrisOL
Lindale, GAPepperell

Great athlete who excels at getting to linebackers in space.

3 stars6'3"260South Carolina
#45Neville HewittDB
Conyers, GARockdale County

All-Region performed had 77 tackles and eight interceptions last year.

3 stars6'2"190list
#46Matt KieferOL
Alpharetta, GAChattahoochee

Weight room warrior who impressed in the 1-on-1’s at the Army Combine last month.

3 stars6'3"283Pennsylvania
#47Akil Dan-FodioQB
Stone Mountain, GARedan

Fodio has a great frame and one of the strongest arms in GA.

3 stars6'4"210list
#48Jefferson AshiruLB
Powder Springs, GAMceachern

Ashiru is an instinctive, solid tackler who also has good body structure.

3 stars6'2"215Connecticut
#49Rodney O'NealDB
Dublin, GAWest Laurens

O’Neal lines up at quarterback, running back, and defensive back for West Laurens. His film is just now getting out, so look for offers to start flowing in soon.

3 stars5'11"170Middle Tenn. St.
#50Martay MattoxQB
Athens, GAClarke Central

Mattox does a good job running the offense and can stretch the play out with his legs.

3 stars6'1"185South Carolina

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