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2007 Prospect Ranking fullbacks 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Cody JohnsonRB
Waller, TXWaller

Johnson’s big frame doesn’t hurt his solid speed.

4 stars5'10"225Texas
#2Quentin CastilleRB
La Porte, TXLa Porte

Perfect fit for the Nebraska offense.

4 stars6'1"234Nebraska
#3Kevin CooperRB
Chattanooga, TNBaylor School

Should make noise from the fullback spot at UT.

3 stars6'1"240Tennessee
#4Jeramie GriffinRB
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

A weapon at fullback because of his rare speed.

3 stars6'0"230Alabama
#5John DouglasRB
Augusta, GAAquinas

A big-time fullback for Auburn.

3 stars6'2"235Auburn
#6Devon RamsayRB
Red Bank, NJLawrenceville Prep

This 242-pounder can also play running back.

3 stars6'2"242N. Carolina
#7Henry HynoskiRB
Catawissa, PASouthern Columbia

Named first team Class A all-state the Associated Press after junior season.

3 stars6'0"235Pittsburgh
#8Ryan McCantsRB
Corona, CASantiago

One of the top fullbacks in California.

3 stars6'2"230Oregon St.
#9Vince HelmuthRB
Saline, MISaline

Will remind Michigan fans more of Kevin Dudley than Chris Floyd.

3 stars6'1"235Michigan
#10William AndersonRB
St. Louis, MOHazelwood East

Big, tough, hard-nosed fullback that is an adept run blocker.

3 stars6'0"220Arkansas St.
#11Ryan Van RensburgRB
Jacksonville, FLBolles

One of the top fullbacks in Florida who will continue to play in SEC country.

3 stars6'1"225Vanderbilt
#12Steven FosterRB
Sedgwick, KSSedgwick

Amazing senior season pushes him into the rankings.

3 stars6'3"230Kansas
#13Devan JohnsonRB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Heading to the Big 12 to play for the Buffs.

2 stars6'1"232Colorado
#14Taylor WatsonRB
Brandywine, MDGwynn Park

Should be a good role player in the Terps' offense.

2 stars6'2"225Maryland
#15Sherman GoldenRB
Affton, MO

Another solid in-state get for Missouri.

2 stars6'2"225list