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UGASports Post-spring Top 75 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ray DrewDE
Thomasville, GAThomas County Central

In a close battle for the top spot, Drew wins out. Should battle for the #1 DE spot in the country.

5 stars6'5"243Georgia
#2Isaiah CrowellRB
Columbus, GACarver

Crowell looks to have gotten stronger since last year. He has elite explosiveness and change of direction.

5 stars5'11"210Georgia
#3Jay RomeTE
Valdosta, GAValdosta

In most years, Rome would be a lock for #1 in Georgia. He has an amazing combination of size and atlheticism.

4 stars6'5"255Georgia
#4Damian SwannDB
Atlanta, GAGrady

College programs are always looking for the rare 6-foot tall true corner. Swann has what it takes to excel at CB.

4 stars6'0"175Georgia
#5Stephon TuittDE
Monroe, GAMonroe Area

The Monroe Area lineman has the quickness to play either DE position and could even grow into an elite college OT.

5 stars6'5"260Notre Dame
#6Gabe WrightDT
Columbus, GACarver

Wright moves very well for his size and has the motor of a linebacker.

4 stars6'3"273Auburn
#7Quan BrayRB
Lagrange, GATroup

This Callaway weapon can be utilized in a number of ways at the next level.

4 stars5'11"178Auburn
#8Sterling BaileyDE
Gainesville, GAEast Hall

Amazing quickness for his size, Bailey has a very high ceiling as a DE/OLB.

4 stars6'5"260Georgia
#9James VaughtersLB
Tucker, GATucker

Tucker puts out the talent every year, and Vaughters has been well prepared for the next level.

4 stars6'2"233Stanford
#10Corey MooreDB
Griffin, GAGriffin

On film this 6-foot-1, 200-pound safety was one of the hardest hitters in the south. In camps this spring Moore showed he could cover as well.

4 stars6'1"195Georgia
#11Xzavier DicksonDE
Griffin, GAGriffin

At 6-foot-3, 240-pounds, Dickson is a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker that could also star at TE in college.

4 stars6'3"238Alabama
#12Justin Scott-WesleyWR
Camilla, GAMitchell County

Scott-Wesley averaged over 20 yards per catch last year, and showcased had solid hands while reeling in 4 interceptions.

4 stars6'1"210Georgia
#13Malcolm MitchellDB
Valdosta, GAValdosta

Explosive athlete who could play cornerback, safety, or wide receiver in college.

4 stars6'1"187Georgia
#14Avery WallsDB
McDonough, GAEagle's Landing Christian

Walls gets the most out of his abilities and can really lay the wood. Guys like Rashad Johnson and Tra Battle before him have made colleges look past the lack of height and see the true player inside.

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

At 6-foot-2, 240-pounds, Brown possesses rare agility for a linebacker. Will look to carry his team on offense this fall.

4 stars6'2"225list
#16Nick MarshallATH
Rochelle, GAWilcox County

Nick Marshall is coveted as a quarterback, on the basketball court, and more recently, in the secondary as well.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#17A.J. JohnsonLB
Gainesville, GAGainesville

Whether it is inside, outside, or off the edge, A.J. Johnson is a tackling machine, racking up 324 stops in the last 2 years.

4 stars6'3"226Tennessee
#18Chris SandersATH
Tucker, GATucker

Another great talent out of Tucker, Sanders could line up at WR or CB in college, but fits the bill as a prototypical free safety.

3 stars6'1"176Georgia
#19C.J. UzomahTE
Suwannee, GANorth Gwinnett

Uzomah is a physical specimen at quarterback who seems primed to take his game to the next level. No doubt his best football is in front of him.

3 stars6'5"230Auburn
#20Chris MiltonATH
Folkston, GACharlton County

Milton's film shows frightening potential on both offense and defense. This year's Blake Sims?

3 stars6'0"175Georgia Tech
#21Chris ConleyWR
Dallas, GANorth Paulding

Conley has the size, hands, route running, and mental makeup to make it in college. Improved explosiveness could make Conley the best in the state.

3 stars6'3"180Georgia
#22David AndrewsOL
Norcross, GAWesleyan

At a position that gets no love or fanfare, Andrews is one of the best in the country. Reminds many of lighter version of Ben Jones.

3 stars6'2"275Georgia
#23Justin GarrettLB
Tucker, GATucker

Outside linebackers who can excel in coverage are rare. Garrett has that ability and also loves to hit.

3 stars6'2"185Auburn
#24Amarlo HerreraLB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Herrera also loves contact and is a bigger version of 2010 All-American LB Michael Taylor.

4 stars6'1"224Georgia
#25Watts DantzlerOL
Dalton, GADalton

Dantzler is constantly working to improve his strength, his flexibility, and his footwork. His size is as good as it gets.

3 stars6'7"315Georgia
#26Terrance SmithLBDecatur, GASouthwest Dekalb3 stars6'3"215Florida St.
#27Devin BowmanATHRossville, GARidgeland3 stars6'0"175Georgia
#28Zach WitchettWRAtlanta, GAWashington3 stars6'0"185list
#29Xzavier WardOLMoultrie, GAColquitt County3 stars6'7"270Georgia
#30Chris MayesDTGriffin, GASpalding4 stars6'5"295Georgia
#31Edward MuldrowLBSnellville, GASouth Gwinnett3 stars6'3"190South Carolina
#32Quartterrio MorganRBJonesboro, GAMt Zion3 stars5'10"196W. Kentucky
#33Kadetrix MarcusDBStone Mountain, GAStephenson3 stars6'0"182South Carolina
#34Thomas O'ReillyOLMarietta, GAPope3 stars6'3"313Auburn
#35Jonathan BattleDTAmericus, GAAmericus Sumter3 stars6'1"280Georgia Southern
#36Vincent DallasATHEllenwood, GACedar Grove3 stars6'0"180Tennessee
#37Tyler HunterDBValdosta, GALowndes3 stars6'0"190Florida St.
#38Alan PoseyOLAthens, GAClarke Central3 stars6'6"305Tennessee
#39Marcus CaffeyRBAtlanta, GAGrady3 stars6'0"191Kentucky
#40Kyle HarrisOLLindale, GAPepperell3 stars6'3"260South Carolina
#41Ronnie HarrisDBAtlanta, GAWestlake3 stars5'10"175Stanford
#42Jared BoydDBStone Mountain, GAStephenson3 stars5'9"165Duke
#43Quincy McKinneyOLColumbus, GACarver3 stars6'4"295South Carolina
#44Brian RandolphDBMarietta, GAKell3 stars6'0"180Tennessee
#45Justin ColemanDBBrunswick, GABrunswick4 stars5'11"175Tennessee
#46Rory AndersonTEPowder Springs, GAMceachern3 stars6'4"200South Carolina
#47Demarcus SherodLBDecatur, GAColumbia3 stars6'2"225Oklahoma St.
#48Akeem HuntRBCovington, GANewton3 stars5'11"170Purdue
#49Barron DixonDEAlpharetta, GAChattahoochee3 stars6'4"270Vanderbilt
#50Cedrick CooperLBLithonia, GALithonia3 stars6'2"205South Carolina
#51Tarik CookOLStone Mountain, GAStephenson3 stars6'2"294UCF
#52Bruce DukesDBTyrone, GASandy Creek3 stars5'10"170UCF
#53Alex ChisumWRTyrone, GASandy Creek3 stars6'2"185Cincinnati
#54Marcquis RobertsLBPowder Springs, GAMceachern3 stars6'1"205South Carolina
#55Chaz CheeksDEGainesville, GAEast Hall3 stars6'3"220Georgia Tech
#56Nile DanielWRGriffin, GAGriffin3 stars6'0"185Kentucky
#57Xavier HemingwayOLPowder Springs, GAMceachern3 stars6'4"255Connecticut
#58D.J. HillLBCovington, GANewton3 stars6'1"215Virginia
#59Ra'Chard PippensDBMcDonough, GAOla3 stars6'0"174Stanford
#60Troy GrayLBKennesaw, GANorth Cobb3 stars6'1"220UCF
#61Willie DavisRBStone Mountain, GAStephenson3 stars5'11"190South Florida
#62Jabari Hunt-DaysLBPowder Springs, GAHillgrove4 stars6'2"226Georgia Tech
#63Matt KieferOLAlpharetta, GAChattahoochee3 stars6'3"283Pennsylvania
#64Thomas NilesDTGainesville, GAGainesville3 stars6'2"260UCF
#65Christian HarrisLBWoodstock, GAEtowah High School3 stars6'2"230Tennessee
#66Chris TavarezDBAtlanta, GAWestlake3 stars5'11"200Duke
#67Jefferson AshiruLBPowder Springs, GAMceachern3 stars6'2"215Connecticut
#68Grady JarrettDTConyers, GARockdale County3 stars6'0"282Clemson
#69Rodney O'NealDBDublin, GAWest Laurens3 stars5'11"170Middle Tenn. St.
#70Martay MattoxQBAthens, GAClarke Central3 stars6'1"185South Carolina
#71Bryan ChamberlainOLAlbany, GAMonroe3 stars6'4"280Georgia Tech
#72Neville HewittDBConyers, GARockdale County3 stars6'2"190list
#73Jarquez SamuelDEValdosta, GAValdosta3 stars6'5"240Marshall
#74Justin FloydOLCartersville, GACartersville3 stars6'5"290Furman
#75David StevensonDBStone Mountain, GAStephenson3 stars5'9"170Connecticut

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