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Manny AbreuLB
Union City, NJUnion City

Very good in pursuit and quick sideline to sideline.

6'4"230Rutgers
Frank AlexanderDE
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

No longer under-rated.

6'5"248Oklahoma
Armando AllenRB
Hialeah, FLMiami Lakes

Speedy Florida runner rushed for 1,127 yards and 13 touchdowns last year.

5'9"181Notre Dame
Dionte AllenDB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Has the best fundamentals of any corner in the nation.

5'11"175Florida St.
Tray AllenOL
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

One of the best offensive lineman from Texas in the last several years.

6'4"305Texas
Akeem AugusteDB
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Lockdown corner also is an excellent return man.

5'11"175South Carolina
Marvin AustinDT
Washington, DCBallou

Great quickness for a big man with excellent motor.

6'2"291N. Carolina
Akeem AyersLB
Los Angeles, CAVerbum Dei

Don’t let size fool you, this kid is a California sack master.

6'2"214UCLA
Allen BaileyDE
Darien, GAMcintosh County Academy

Junior all-state selection with 138 tackles.

6'4"255Miami (FL)
Joseph BarksdaleDT
Detroit, MICass Tech

Moves so easily for a big, strong defensive lineman.

6'6"323LSU
Mark BarnesATH
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

At receiver, Barnes averaged 21.8 yards per catch with 545 total yards.

6'2"194South Carolina
Arrelious BennWR
Washington, DCDunbar

Too big for corners, too fast for safeties.

6'1"210Illinois
DeAngelo BentonWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Averaged nearly 20 yards per catch last season.

6'3"195LSU
Jordan BernstineDB
Des Moines, IALincoln High School

Stock improved maybe better than anybody in the nation at NIKE Camp.

5'10"200Iowa
Eric BerryDB
Fairburn, GACreekside

Excellent ball skills set him apart.

5'11"194Tennessee
Damien BerryDB
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Tough defensive back has good ball skills and speed.

5'11"197Miami (FL)
Jahvid BestRB
Richmond, CASalesian

One of the fastest prospects in Northern California.

5'10"183California
Will BlackwellDT
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Through nine games had 52 tackles and four sacks.

6'4"296LSU
Pat BostickQB
Lancaster, PAManheim Township

Mature beyond his years.

6'3"220Pittsburgh
Austin BoxLB
Enid, OKEnid

The next great Sooner linebacker prospect.

6'3"215Oklahoma
Anthony BoylesATH
Gardena, CASerra

Some think he’s a top five player in California.

6'3"185Washington
John BrantleyQB
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Some say he's the nation's best quarterback prospect.

6'3"190Florida
Josh BrentDT
Bloomington, ILCentral Catholic

Best DT from Illinois since Mo Dampeer.

6'3"280Illinois
Ron BrooksATH
Irving, TXMacarthur

Special teams, receiver, and cornerback are all possibilities.

6'0"170LSU
John BrownDT
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Pure nose guard who has great quickness.

6'2"285Florida
Curtis BrownDB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Brown can shine both at receiver and cornerback.

6'0"174Texas
Lamark BrownATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood West

Receiver or running back, you name it, Brown can do it.

6'3"215Kansas St.
Kourtnei BrownDE
Charlotte, NCVictory Christian

One of the fastest rising players in North Carolina.

6'5"230Clemson
Ryan BroylesDB
Norman, OKNorman

Lockdown cover corner with great recovery speed.

6'0"170Oklahoma
Dez BryantWR
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Bryant plays taller than he is on paper and can take a big catch the distance.

6'1"195Oklahoma St.
Alphonso BryantWR
Homestead, FLHomestead

Could also be a big-time cornerback.

6'0"190UCF
Bryan BulagaOL
Woodstock, ILMarian Central Catholic

Iowa’s next monster offensive line prospect.

6'5"270Iowa
Jaivorio BurkesOL
Phoenix, AZMoon Valley

Long arms allow him to engage and lock on.

6'4"311Nebraska
Morgan BurnettDB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Projects as a big-time prospects in the secondary.

6'1"182Georgia Tech
Kodi BurnsQB
Fort Smith, ARNorthside Senior

Dangerous with his feet and his arm.

6'2"195Auburn
Josh BynesLB
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Ball stalker will develop into a big-time middle linebacker.

6'2"212Auburn
Jordan CampbellLB
Corona, CANorco

Heart as big as the Golden State, but he's also just as talented as anybody else in the state.

5'11"226USC
Raymond CarterRB
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Also extremely deadly in passing situations.

5'11"187UCLA
Russell CarterDE
Houston, TXWestbury

Carter is both impressive physically and extremely quick when the ball is snapped.

6'3"230Texas
Quentin CastilleRB
La Porte, TXLa Porte

Tough, hard-nosed runner that is great between tackles.

6'1"234Nebraska
Nate ChandlerTE
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

Next great tight end headed to UCLA.

6'5"225UCLA
John ChilesATH
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

Chiles can do it all with the ball in his hands.

6'1"195Texas
Jimmy ClausenQB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

The nation’s No. 1 player already committed to the Irish.

6'3"200Notre Dame
John ClayRB
Racine, WIPark High

The most physically gifted back in the nation.

6'0"222Wisconsin
Nick ClaytorOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Tough trenchman stepped up in the playoffs last year.

6'6"312Georgia Tech
Toney ClemonsWR
New Kensington, PAValley

Speedy receiver with good size.

6'2"205Michigan
Eugene CliffordDB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Safety or receiver – doesn’t matter because he can do it all.

6'2"190Ohio St.
Chris ColasantiLB
Lakeville, MIBrother Rice

Hard-nosed inside linebacker that should fit in at Linebacker U.

6'2"209Penn St.
William ColeATH
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Nobody had a better season in the Lone Star State.

5'10"165Oklahoma St.
Martin ColemanOL
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

A monster that’s only in his second year of organized football.

6'5"290USC
B.J. ColemanQB
Chattanooga, TNMcCallie School

The next great QB at Tennessee?

6'4"180Tennessee
Brandon CollinsWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

Another Texas prospect in the Rivals250.

6'0"167Texas
Scotty CooperLB
Lake City, SCLake City

Runs a 10.6 second 100-meter dash and will strike you.

6'0"206Clemson
Sidell CorleyDE
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

The junior season was marked by 80 tackles for Corley.

6'4"250LSU
Aaron CorpQB
Villa Park, CALutheran

Dual-threat ability separates him from others out West.

6'4"195USC
Lennon CreerRB
Tatum, TXTatum

Creer is complete with solid speed, great feet, and good balance.

6'1"202Tennessee
Chris CulliverWR
Garner, NCGarner

Future guided missile at safety.

6'0"188South Carolina
Anthony DavisOL
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Massive lineman with great initial punch.

6'5"341Rutgers
Drew DavisWR
Denver, COMontbello

Elite receiver prospect that will graduate in December.

6'0"210Oregon
Torrey DavisDT
Seffner, FLArmwood

Some coaches say he's the nation's top overall prospect.

6'5"290Florida
Enrique DavisRB
Lynn Haven, FLMosley

Davis' all-state year included 1,817 yards on the ground.

5'11"212Auburn
Blake DeChristopherOL
Midlothian, VAClover Hill

Moved up after solid senior season.

6'6"300Virginia Tech
Mark DellWR
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

Also a basketball star, which allows him to snag about any jump ball.

6'1"177Michigan St.
Noel DevineRB
North Fort Myers, FLNorth Fort Myers

Devine is the true example of tough-to-tackle backs with moves for days.

5'8"175West Virginia
Johnnie Lee DixonATH
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Big-time athletic ability and skills in the secondary.

5'11"176Auburn
Chris DonaldLB
Huntingdon, TNHuntingdon

On offense, Donald rushed for over 1,500 yards the last two seasons.

6'2"220Tennessee
Todd DoxeyDB
San Diego, CAHoover

Vicious hitter also has good ball skills.

6'2"175Oregon
Carlos DunlapDE
North Charleston, SCFort Dorchester

Ran a kickoff back 95-yards in a game this year.

6'7"260Florida
Josh DworaczykOL
New Iberia, LACatholic

Still very raw, but once he fills out and learns the position - look out.

6'5"263LSU
Jonathan DwyerRB
Marietta, GAKell

The junior season for Dwyer was big in numbers with 1,898 yards on the ground.

6'0"197Georgia Tech
Corey EasonDE
Mansfield, MAMansfield

Great frame and very quick off the ball.

6'5"265Boston Coll.
Lorenzo EdwardsLB
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Big safety whose strength is run defense.

6'2"220Florida
John ElliottOL
East Meadow, NYEast Meadow

New York brawler could play tackle or guard.

6'4"288Boston Coll.
Robert ElliottRB
Okolona, MSOkolona

Runs with speed and power and had 1,861 yards and 20 scores in 2005.

6'0"191Mississippi St.
Donnie EvegeDB
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School

A lockdown cover corner that should star in the Big 10

5'11"185Ohio St.
Cedric EversonATH
Detroit, MIMumford

Coaches see this speedy player at a number of different positions.

6'1"178Iowa
Terence Fells-DanzerLB
Culpeper, VACulpeper

Physical and fast, another top Virginia linebacker.

6'0"227Virginia
Simi FiliDT
Salt Lake City, UTCottonwood Senior

The best DT from Utah since Haloti Ngata.

6'2"339Oregon
Jerimy FinchDB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

If he keeps growing will eventually end up at linebacker, but plenty of talent to work with.

6'1"203Florida
Jamell FlemingDB
Arlington, TXSeguin

Sooners are getting a good one in Felming.

5'10"187Oklahoma
Chris ForcierQB
San Diego, CASt. Augustine

Could argue that Forcier is better than Corp, Nichol.

6'3"185UCLA
Stefoin FrancoisDB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Hard-hitter had five sacks and one interception in a short 2005.

6'0"188LSU
Chris GalippoLB
Anaheim, CAServite

Committed to USC back on Feb. 1.

6'3"235USC
Stephen GarciaQB
Tampa, FLJefferson

Garcia rushed for 700 yards and threw for 2,800 more last year.

6'2"202South Carolina
Brandon GibsonWR
Mobile, ALUMS Wright

Caught 13 touchdowns in 2005.

6'2"190Alabama
Marcus GilchristDB
High Point, NCT.W. Andrews

The next Human Joystick on special teams?

5'11"175Clemson
Anthony GildonDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Some think he has the best long-term potential of any of the Oaks Christian kids.

5'11"185Oregon
Logan GrayQB
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Could also project at a number of other positions if QB doesn’t work out.

6'2"185Georgia
Gary GrayDB
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

Could see time in passing situations early.

5'10"163Notre Dame
Broderick GreenRB
Little Rock, ARPulaski Academy

The big back had 1,664 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior.

6'1"230USC
Antwane GreenleeOL
Columbus, GAHardaway

Averaged 4.5 pancake blocks per game in 2005.

6'6"302Florida St.
Everson GriffenDE
Avondale, AZAgua Fria

Runs like a receiver, but built like a defensive lineman.

6'4"266USC
Rob GronkowskiTE
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Big target has soft hands.

6'6"232Arizona
Jazzmen GuyDE
Hazlehurst, MSHazlehurst Senior

Skilled at coming off the edge.

6'5"265Mississippi St.
Joe HadenATH
Ft. Washington, MDFriendly

Impact player on offense or defense at next level.

5'10"189Florida
Jason HannanOL
Waxahachie, TXWaxahachie

Amazing technique and great feet.

6'4"277Oklahoma
Da'John HarrisDT
Gardena, CASerra

Quickly shooting up the charts and has five-star potential.

6'4"266USC
T-Bob HebertOL
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Son of former New Orleans Saints/Atlanta Falcons quarterback has great feet.

6'3"256LSU
Aaron HernandezTE
Bristol, CTBristol Central

Reminds some of a young Tony Gonzalez.

6'4"235Florida
Cameron HeywardDT
Suwanee, GAPeachtree Ridge

Heyward has had over 150 tackles and 14 sacks since his sophomore season.

6'5"264Ohio St.
Brandon HicksLB
Jacksonville, FLForrest

Rangy linebacker had 12 sacks in 2005.

6'3"205Florida
Cris HillDB
Highland Springs, VAHighland Springs

Virginia standout has good offer sheet.

5'11"166Virginia Tech
Jermale HinesLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The top offering from always loaded Glenville for class of 2007.

6'2"205Ohio St.
Kyle HixOL
Aledo, TXAledo

Hix can mow down defenders with his long arms and great quickness.

6'6"290Texas
Justin HoustonDE
Statesboro, GAStatesboro

Another in-star target heading to UGA.

6'3"228Georgia
Jerry HowardDE
Orlando, FLJones

Makes plays all over the field.

6'4"240Florida
Michael HueyOL
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Huey's great motor makes him a dominating offensive guard.

6'5"290Texas
Robert HughesRB
Chicago, ILHubbard

A true definition of a power back.

5'11"226Notre Dame
Blaine IrbyTE
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

One of the most impressive testers at the NIKE Camp.

6'2"224Texas
Emeka IwekaOL
Seattle, WARainier Beach

A terror on the field and on the basketball court.

6'5"290Washington
Desmond JacksonDB
Seguin, TXSeguin

Jackson could fit in as a speedy safety or hard-hitting cover corner.

5'11"187Oklahoma
Jamar JacksonDE
Richmond, VAVarina

Earned all-district and all-metro honors as well as second team all-region as a junior.

6'4"225Florida St.
Anthony JacobsDE
Northfield, MNNorthfield

Minnesota end has had a good senior year.

6'2"265Minnesota
Chris JacobsonOL
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

Nasty road grader loves to play physical.

6'3"284Pittsburgh
Jarvis JenkinsDT
Central, SCDaniel

Plays with high energy and is quick off the ball.

6'4"308Clemson
Antonio JeremiahDT
Hilliard, OHDarby

Displays amazing lower-body leverage because of wrestling experience.

6'4"280Michigan St.
Ronald JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Looks to be fully recovered from injury.

6'0"177USC
Cody JohnsonRB
Waller, TXWaller

Johnson is already drawing comparisons to former Longhorn back Ricky Williams.

5'10"225Texas
Rishaw JohnsonOL
Hammond, LAHammond

A massive man that can run block with the best of them.

6'4"315Mississippi
Marshall JonesDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

A truly elite safety that can cover and hit.

6'0"185USC
Dwight JonesWR
Burlington, NCCummings

Big, strong red zone threat will be a touchdown maker.

6'5"210N. Carolina
Gerald JonesATH
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

Easily the state's least well known prospect and arguably it's most naturally gifted.

6'0"185Tennessee
Chad JonesATH
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Junior season stats included 81 tackles and four picks for Jones.

6'2"220LSU
Andre JonesDT
El Paso, TXAndress

One of the better prospects to come out of El Paso since Rufus Brown.

6'4"305Texas
Richetti JonesDE
Dallas, TXLincoln

Jones is a pass-rushing force against big competition in the Dallas area.

6'3"234Oklahoma St.
Jarvis JonesOL
Rosenberg, TXLamar Consolidated

Jones is a big-bodied, rangy offensive lineman that is tough on defenders.

6'7"250LSU
Phelon JonesATH
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Raw athletic ability make him a take for most college programs.

6'1"185LSU
Markish JonesWR
Spartanburg, SCGettys D Broome

Moved up after a solid senior season.

6'0"183Clemson
Duval KamaraWR
Hoboken, NJHoboken

Smooth receiver with great hops and quickness.

6'5"209Notre Dame
Michael KeckDE
Harrisonville, MOHarrisonville

Compared to David Pollack because of work ethic.

6'5"215Missouri
Terence KernsRB
Frederick, MDThomas Johnson

Will he roll up the yards at West Virginia?

6'0"208West Virginia
Caleb KingRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

The only sophomore to be named all-state in 5A in Georgia.

5'11"186Georgia
James KirkendollWR
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

A fast slot receiver type that can torch the defense.

5'10"178Texas
Willy KornQB
Duncan, SCByrnes

Big-time athletic ability helps him move the pocket.

6'2"200Clemson
Peter LalichQB
Springfield, VAWest Springfield

NFL size with strong arm and good touch.

6'5"235Virginia
Donald LangleyDT
Germantown, MDSeneca Valley

One of the fastest-rising prospects in Maryland.

6'2"295Tennessee
Ted LaurentDT
Powder Springs, GAMcEachern

Laurent had total 70 tackles last season.

6'0"285Mississippi
Pat LazearLB
Wheaton, MDWheaton

Hard hitting 'backer is a throwback.

6'0"229West Virginia
Dion LecornWR
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Burner has great ball skills and knows how to get open deep.

6'0"192South Carolina
Jarrett LeeQB
Brenham, TXBrenham

Lee is a pro-style quarterback, with mobility, who has benefited from a pass-happy system.

6'2"192LSU
Chris LettDB
Pensacola, FLPensacola

Huge cornerback has good coverage skills.

6'2"195Alabama
Malachi LewisATH
Oxnard, CARio Mesa

A freaky athlete that could star at LB or on the offensive side of the ball.

6'3"215Oregon
Chris LittleOL
Jeffersonville, GATwiggs County

Big body with long arms. Can open holes.

6'5"342Georgia
Greg LittleATH
Durham, NCHillside

Super athlete just needs to find a position.

6'2"214N. Carolina
Tony LoganATH
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Could play quarterback for some or wideout/corner for others.

5'10"170Maryland
Brian MaddoxRB
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

Versatile back has wiggle and great hands.

6'0"215South Carolina
Ryan MallettQB
Texarkana, TXTexas

Mallett's big arm and huge frame is definitely one of a kind.

6'6"235Michigan
Ben MartinDE
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Could have argued he was Ohio’s best player.

6'5"230Tennessee
Robert MarveQB
Tampa, FLPlant

Has had a big senior season.

6'1"189Miami (FL)
Rashad MasonWR
Nashville, TNPearl-Cohn

Nashville star has huge potential.

6'6"215N. Carolina
Cliff MatthewsDE
Cheraw, SCCheraw

Matthews tacked up seven sacks in 2005.

6'4"223South Carolina
Rolando McClainLB
Decatur, ALDecatur

Also is a standout at tight end.

6'4"240Alabama
Ernest McCoyOL
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Massive lineman isn't a statue out there. He can move.

6'5"330LSU
D'Angelo McCrayDT
Jacksonville, FLAndrew Jackson

Projects best at defensive tackle, but could play anywhere.

6'4"289Illinois
Aundre McGaskeyOL
La Marque, TXLa Marque

McGaskey is already a solid prospect but his ceiling his very high.

6'4"290Texas
Jermaine McKenzieWR
Bradenton, FLBradenton Prep

Needs to add weight, but has oustanding speed, height and hands.

6'1"164Miami (FL)
Joe McKnightRB
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

McKnight was a junior force with 14 scores in a shortened season.

6'1"193USC
Michael McNeilDB
Mobile, ALDavidson

Great open-field tackler.

6'2"200Auburn
Ryan MillerOL
Littleton, COColumbine

Will only get stronger as his frame fills out.

6'6"278Colorado
Derrick MorganDE
Coatesville, PACoatesville

Active pass rusher has surprising quickness.

6'4"260Georgia Tech
Anthony MorrisDB
Harvey, ILThornton Township

Quick-riser from the Land of Lincoln.

6'3"200Illinois
Diauntae MorrowDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

A leader on one of the top overall programs in Ohio and in the nation.

5'11"179Iowa
Kerry MurphyDT
Hoover, ALHoover

As a junior, Murphy tallied 77 tackles and eight sacks.

6'5"315Alabama
Josh NesbittQB
Greensboro, GAGreene County

Elusive in the open field.

6'0"204Georgia Tech
Drake NevisDT
Marrero, LAJohn Ehret

Could not be stopped at the Baton Rouge NIKE Camp.

6'1"281LSU
Cameron NewtonQB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Raw, but has a lot of tools to work with.

6'4"232Florida
Keith NicholQB
Lowell, MILowell

The two-time player of the year in Michigan.

6'2"195Oklahoma
Kristofer O'DowdOL
Tucson, AZSalpointe

300-pound offensive guard that has great feet.

6'5"315USC
Josh OglesbyOL
Milwaukee, WISt. Frances

The top player overall in the Midwest.

6'7"315Wisconsin
Nate OliverDB
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Hard-hitting safety dominates against Ohio’s best.

5'11"199Ohio St.
Ahmad PaigeWR
Sterlington, LASterlington

Paige caught 33 passes for 852 yards and nine scores as a junior.

6'3"175Tennessee
Earl PatinLB
Baton Rouge, LASouthern Lab

Another Southern Lab superstar.

6'1"228Baylor
Niles PaulWR
Omaha, NENorth

Ahman Green’s nephew has the goods, too.

6'2"210Nebraska
Brandon PaulATH
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Speedy Paul can do a number of things to hurt you.

5'10"185Florida St.
Mike PaulusQB
Syracuse, NYChristian Brothers

Has everything except experience.

6'5"220N. Carolina
C.J. PeakeDB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

The top prospect on a loaded Trottwood-Madision team.

6'2"216Louisville
Jason PetersDE
Baton Rouge, LACatholic

One of many talented defensive linemen in the Pelican State this year.

6'4"262Georgia Tech
Chaz PowellDB
New Freedom, PASusquehannock

Great coverage safety with good run support ability.

6'1"184Penn St.
Brian PriceDT
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Dominant on the interior of the defensive line.

6'2"285UCLA
Ryan PughOL
Hoover, ALHoover

Could be Auburn's top center for a good chunk of his career.

6'2"275Auburn
Mike RagoneTE
Cherry Hill, NJCamden Catholic

Will be scary when his frame fills out.

6'4"221Notre Dame
Chris RaineyRB
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Doesn't have ideal size, but has ideal speed and ability.

5'9"159Florida
Chaz RamseyOL
Madison, MSMadison Central

Great frame, great feet equal a solid player.

6'3"285Auburn
Michael ReardonDE
Villa Park, CALutheran

Huge defensive end will make Trojans coaches proud.

6'6"260USC
Bert ReedATH
Panama City, FLBay

Is one of the best players in the Florida Panhandle.

5'11"165Florida St.
Quintin RichardsonOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

Projects well at any position along the offensive or defensive lines.

6'4"265South Carolina
Stevan RidleyATH
Natchez, MSTrinity Episcopal

Has a nose for the football and also is a solid running back.

6'0"211LSU
Travian RobertsonDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

Top pass rusher will continue state tradition.

6'4"230South Carolina
Keenan RobinsonLB
Plano, TXPlano East

Robinson brings uncanny athleticism to the linebacker spot.

6'3"211Texas
Matt RomineOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

Top offensive line recruit in Oklahoma since Wes Sims.

6'6"285Notre Dame
David RossDB
Compton, CADominguez

Able to succeed in either man or zone coverage.

6'0"174Oregon St.
Kenny RoweDE
Long Beach, CAPoly

Lightning fast first step in pass-rush situations.

6'2"210Oregon
Brandon SaineRB
Piqua, OHPiqua

Maybe the best hands of any tailback in the nation.

6'0"200Ohio St.
Darris SawtelleOL
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Expect great things with Fulmer coaching this OL stud.

6'6"295Tennessee
Christian ScottDB
Dallas, TXSkyline

A rare prospect having great speed but a love for big hits and hard-nosed defense.

6'0"185Texas
James ScottDB
Daytona Beach, FLSeabreeze

Scott's big junior year was highlighted by 66 tackles and three interceptions.

5'9"163Ohio St.
Derek SherrodOL
Columbus, MSCaledonia

Magnolia State fast-riser is big and athletic.

6'6"298Mississippi St.
Markques SimasWR
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

Isn’t a burner, but runs the most precise routes out West.

6'1"198Colorado
Steve SloanLB
San Jose, CAArchbishop Mitty

NorCal linebacker likes to hit.

6'2"219UCLA
Malcolm SmithATH
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Steve Smith’s younger brother is talented at a number of positions.

6'2"200USC
Harrison SmithATH
Knoxville, TNCatholic

Was one of the top perfomers at the Athens NIKE Camp.

6'2"201Notre Dame
Kendall SmithLB
Bushnell, FLSouth Sumter

Few had better senior seasons in Floirda.

6'1"207Florida St.
Jay SmithWR
Norfolk, VALake Taylor

Has barely scratched the surface of his great potential.

6'4"200N.C. State
D.J. StaffordDE
LaGrange, GALa Grange

Flies around the football and makes plays.

6'3"263Kentucky
Bradley StephensRB
McAllen, TXMcAllen Memorial

Stephens’ production speaks for itself in a deep year at running back.

5'10"185Texas A&M
Derrick StephensLB
Houston, TXCypress Falls

Stephens is a big inside backer who punishes ball carriers.

6'3"240Texas A&M
Devon StillDE
Wilmington, DEHoward

Has the size coveted at defensive end these days.

6'6"251Penn St.
Chris StrongDE
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Chris Strong had 94 total tackles and four sacks last season.

6'3"251Mississippi
Nick SukayDB
Greensburg, PACentral Catholic

Runs great routes, has excellent hands and surprising speed.

6'3"200Penn St.
Matt Summers-GavinOL
San Francisco, CASt. Ignatius

Can play all three of the offensive line positions.

6'5"271California
Golden TateATH
Hendersonville, TNPope John Paul II

Tate rushed and received for over 1,000 yards as a junior.

5'11"175Notre Dame
Tyrod TaylorQB
Hampton, VAHampton

The most dangerous QB in the country when the pocket breaks down.

6'1"200Virginia Tech
Earl ThomasATH
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

Thomas plays offense and defense in high school, but his closing speed makes him a great corner.

5'10"174Texas
Deonte ThompsonWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Thompson turns the short pass into a big-time play.

6'0"180Florida
Steven ThreetQB
Adrian, MI

Jackets got a great steal out of Michigan.

6'6"225Georgia Tech
Terrance ToliverWR
Hempstead, TXHempstead

Toliver has the frame and speed coaches are looking for at receiver.

6'4"185LSU
Nick ToonWR
Madison, WIMiddleton High

Just like his dad - long, lean and has big-play ability.

6'3"200Wisconsin
Devon TorrenceATH
Canton, OHCanton South

One of the best athletes in Ohio is also a baseball prospect.

6'0"200Ohio St.
Justin TrattouDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

High motor and excellent against the run.

6'4"230Florida
Israel TroupeWR
Tifton, GATift County

Troupe scored three touchdowns on special teams, three on offense.

6'0"200Georgia
Tony TuckerDE
Washington, DCSt. John's College High

Undersized but his quickness and his burst overcomes that.

6'2"225Pittsburgh
Apaiata TuihalamakaLB
Gardena, CASerra

True definition of pass-rush specialist.

6'3"205Arizona
Kaniela TuipulotuDT
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Earns nod as the top player in a loaded year in Hawaii.

6'1"280Arizona
Marc TylerRB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Some think he’s the most complete back in the nation.

6'0"215USC
Ryan Van BergenDE
Whitehall, MI

Future Wolverine has excellent size.

6'5"260Michigan
Demarcus VanDykeATH
Miami, FLPace

With 4.3-second speed, could be used in the return game as well as the secondary.

6'0"161Miami (FL)
Shane VereenRB
Valencia, CAValencia High

Explosive California back that can do it all.

5'9"170California
Myles WadeDT
Portland, ORCentral Catholic

Top overall prospect in the Northwest.

6'2"322Oregon
Landon WalkerOL
Ronda, NCEast Wilkes

Very impressive at the Shrine Bowl.

6'7"275Clemson
Donovan WarrenDB
Long Beach, CAPoly

The top lockdown corner in California.

6'0"175Michigan
Taurian WashingtonWR
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Sure-handed receiver that has explosive big-play ability.

6'0"167Ohio St.
Alex WatkinsDE
Brownsville, TNHaywood

Athletic big man has tremendous upside and potential.

6'5"225Alabama
Lansford WatsonTE
Brooklyn, NYLincoln

Wide receiver skills in a growing body.

6'4"226Maryland
Darrion WeemsOL
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Weems is already shining at a talented program in Texas after moving.

6'6"285Oregon
Ben WellsDB
Beaumont, TXOzen

Coaches compare Wells to Longhorn star Michael Huff.

6'1"185Texas
Aron WhiteTE
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Great hands. Could play WR at the next level.

6'4"213Georgia
Foswhitt WhittakerRB
Pearland, TX

A true all-around threat on offense and special teams.

5'9"187Texas
Doug WigginsDB
North Miami Beach, FLNorth Miami Beach

South Florida athlete projects as a corner.

5'11"180W. Michigan
Malcolm WilliamsWR
Garland, TXGarland

Strong, tough, and fast is a rare combination for a high school receiver.

6'3"205Texas
John WilliamsATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

One of the best all-around athletes in the Southeast.

5'11"175LSU
J'Courtney WilliamsLB
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Could play linebacker or safety in college.

6'4"212Virginia
Michael WilliamsDB
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

A hard-hitting defensive back with plenty of speed.

5'10"181Michigan
Bo WilliamsRB
Oakland Park, FLNortheast

Has all the tools to be a great one.

6'1"203Florida
James WilsonOL
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

Big-time feet and agility set him apart.

6'4"308Florida
Martez WilsonDE
Chicago, ILSimeon

Top player overall in Illinois and Chicago.

6'3"230Illinois
Stefen WisniewskiOL
Pittsburgh, PACentral Catholic

A mauler for a run blocker.

6'3"275Penn St.
Bailey WoodsTE
Marietta, GAWalton

Stats are lacking, but athletic ability and hands are not.

6'4"240Auburn
Major WrightDB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

All-state honors earned after six picks and 58 tackles in 2005.

6'1"200Florida
Carson YorkOL
Coeur d' Alene, IDLake City

The best player from Idaho in the past five years?

6'5"270Oregon
Lee ZiembaOL
Rogers, ARRogers

Has been the best o-line prospect in Arkansas for years.

6'7"295Auburn

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