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2007 Prospect Ranking strongside defensive ends 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Everson GriffenDE
Avondale, AZAgua Fria

Outstanding speed for a prospect this size.

5 stars6'4"266USC
#2Ben MartinDE
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Pass rushing skills are top of the line.

5 stars6'5"230Tennessee
#3Chris StrongDE
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Recently moved to a private school.

4 stars6'3"251Mississippi
#4Sidell CorleyDE
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Strength and versatility are his best attributes.

4 stars6'4"250LSU
#5Richetti JonesDE
Dallas, TXLincoln

All-State selection as a junior.

4 stars6'3"234Oklahoma St.
#6Derrick MorganDE
Coatesville, PACoatesville

Could have more upside than any other Pa. prospect.

4 stars6'4"260Georgia Tech
#7Allen BaileyDE
Darien, GAMcintosh County Academy

Great at playing in space.

4 stars6'4"255Miami (FL)
#8Travian RobertsonDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

Dangerous coming off the edge.

4 stars6'4"230South Carolina
#9Michael ReardonDE
Villa Park, CALutheran

Hard-nosed player with a great frame to work with

4 stars6'6"260USC
#10Devon StillDE
Wilmington, DEHoward

Massive rush end has NFL frame.

4 stars6'6"251Penn St.
#11Jazzmen GuyDE
Hazlehurst, MSHazlehurst Senior

Big pass rusher heading to Starkville.

4 stars6'5"265Mississippi St.
#12Russell CarterDE
Houston, TXWestbury

Texas pledge has a great motor.

4 stars6'3"230Texas
#13Jason PetersDE
Baton Rouge, LACatholic

College coaches love his upside.

4 stars6'4"262Georgia Tech
#14D.J. StaffordDE
LaGrange, GALa Grange

Very good at moving in space.

4 stars6'3"263Kentucky
#15Corey EasonDE
Mansfield, MAMansfield

One of the best players from New England in some time.

4 stars6'5"265Boston Coll.
#16Anthony JacobsDE
Northfield, MNNorthfield

Beast of a defensive end already staying at home to play for the Gophers.

4 stars6'2"265Minnesota
#17Justin TrattouDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Lunch-pail end with non-stop motor.

4 stars6'4"230Florida
#18Ryan Van BergenDE
Whitehall, MI

Dominates on either side of the football, should be a star for Michigan

4 stars6'5"260Michigan
#19William YancyDE
Glendale, AZIronwood

Fast off the edge with an explosive first step.

4 stars6'4"223Nebraska
#20Christian TupouDE
Sacramento, CAGrant

One of three highly recruited kids at Grant.

4 stars6'3"260USC
#21Kentravis AubreyDE
Bastrop, LABastrop

One of the top prospects on a loaded Bastrop team.

4 stars6'3"285LSU
#22Weslye SaundersDE
Durham, NCRiverside

Could also be a big tight end in college.

4 stars6'5"270South Carolina
#23Sam AchoDE
Dallas, TXSt. Mark's

Blowing up overnight, Acho's highlights are some of the best in the country.

3 stars6'2"250Texas
#24Rennie Moore Jr.DE
St. Marys, GACamden County

Will be interesting to see how he recovers from injury.

3 stars6'5"260Clemson
#25Matthew MasifiloDE
`Ewa Beach, HICampbell

Could project on either side of the football

3 stars6'2"258Stanford
#26Ben BassDE
Plano, TXWest

Bass could line up as a defensive end or an offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"263Texas A&M
#27Billy WinnDE
Las Vegas, NVLas Vegas

Double-digit offers by the end of the summer for Nevada's best

3 stars6'2"266Boise St.
#28Myles CarageinDE
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

All-conference selection as a junior.

3 stars6'1"258Pittsburgh
#29Duke LemmensDE
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Long and strong frame should make adjusting to college easier.

3 stars6'5"231Florida
#30Keith NewellDE
Trenton, NJTrenton Central

Was named first team all-conference and all-area as a junior.

3 stars6'7"280Rutgers
#31Vincent BrowneDE
Lisbon, OHDavid Anderson

Might not have the name as others, but a talented prospect with major upside

3 stars6'5"239Northwestern
#32Ravi PradanhangDE
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

High speed motor with tremendous physical size.

3 stars6'3"240William & Mary
#33Justin YoungDE
Germantown, MDNorthwest

Had 60 tackles and eight sacks as a junior.

3 stars6'5"255Virginia Tech
#34Antoine CarterDE
Ft. Lauderdale, FLDillard

Another great player from Dillard.

3 stars6'4"226Auburn
#35Damario AmbroseDE
Mobile, ALDavidson

Stock appears to be on the rise.

3 stars6'4"240Arkansas
#36Patrick GrantDE
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Husker pledge is just as good at stopping run as he is getting after QB.

3 stars6'4"220Louisville
#37Cameron JordanDE
Chandler, AZChandler

First blew up this spring at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp, football in his blood.

3 stars6'3"250California
#38James BrooksDE
Flagstaff, AZFlagstaff

One coach thinks he’s almost as physically gifted as five-star DE Everson Griffen.

3 stars6'6"260Arizona St.
#39Ron JacksonDE
Carrollton, TXCreekview

Next star in line from a solid Creekview program.

3 stars6'3"210Arizona
#40Kevin FrahmDE
Portland, ORCentral Catholic

Some think that Frahm could be the real No. 1 in the state of Oregon.

3 stars6'3"250Oregon St.
#41Russell JenkinsDE
Scotts Valley, CAScotts Valley

A special TE that projects as a DE in college

3 stars6'4"259list
#42Marquis FrazierDE
Garland, TXGarland

Frazier wreaks havoc on offenses.

3 stars6'3"240
#43Terrell ResonnoDE
Jefferson City, MOJefferson City

Jeff City has great tradition of big-time players and he’s next in line.

3 stars6'3"250Missouri
#44Chris EarnhardtDE
Springfield, MOHillcrest

First legit prospect out of Springfield in years and years.

3 stars6'5"250Missouri
#45Jared CrickDE
Cozad, NE

The first player west of Omaha and Lincoln to receive a Bill Callahan scholarship offer.

3 stars6'6"255Nebraska
#46Ryan KerriganDE
Muncie, INCentral

Solid all-around defensive end – plays against run and pass effectively.

3 stars6'4"233Purdue
#47Richard Johnson Jr.DE
Jefferson City, MOJefferson City

Blew up at Kansas' summer camp.

3 stars6'4"255Kansas
#48Kalani AldrichDE
Hilo, HIKamehameha

Long, long frame could turn him into an offensive lineman

3 stars6'7"238Washington
#49Stanley PorterDE
Rosedale, MSWest Bolivar

Quick off the edge in pass rushing situations.

3 stars6'3"235Arkansas St.
#50A.J. GreeneDE
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy

A true Nashville star.

3 stars6'5"250Auburn
#51Dominic GloverDE
Mission Viejo, CAMission Viejo

A physical freak that could explode as a senior – his first year as a full-time starter

3 stars6'4"235Oregon
#52Charlie HatcherDE
Hamilton, OHHamilton

Hard-nosed DL from Ohio.

3 stars6'2"266Duke
#53Lagrone ShieldsDE
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Will be a total team player for the Buffs.

3 stars6'2"239Colorado
#54Conrad ObiDE
Loganville, GAGrayson

Colorado pledge that should excel for the Buffs.

3 stars6'4"240Colorado
#55Jacoby MonroeDE
Jacksonville, FLSandalwood

Agile and athletic for a prospect his size.

3 stars6'2"270
#56Jake BequetteDE
Little Rock, ARCatholic

Razorback legacy is big and athletic.

3 stars6'5"255Arkansas
#57Star LotuleleiDE
Bingham, UTBingham

BYU got a great in-state get with Star, because he’s just like his name – a star

3 stars6'4"245BYU
#58Kelly GriffinDE
Irving, TXMacarthur

Could move to DT in college, too.

3 stars6'1"260TCU
#59Steve MatasDE
Mentor, OHMentor

When motor is on, he's tough to stop.

3 stars6'5"270Illinois
#60Desmond WynnDE
Wilmington, DESt. Mark's

Another future star for Rutgers' defense?

3 stars6'6"245Rutgers
#61Eric ThomasDE
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Strong against the run and doubles as an effective tight end

3 stars6'4"250Indiana
#62Joe VellanoDE
Albany, NYChristian Brothers

Terps steal sleeper from New York State.

3 stars6'2"245Maryland
#63David NeillDE
Flower Mound, TXMarcus

Another Tech commit that sheds the sleeper lable.

3 stars6'5"244Texas Tech
#64Markeno LeeDE
Oxford, MSLafayette

Under the radar big man can move.

3 stars6'5"265list
#65Cortez MylesDE
Madison, MSMadison Central

Could end up sliding inside in college.

3 stars6'3"255Alcorn St. strongside defensive ends 2007

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