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2007 Prospect Ranking Texas top 100 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ryan MallettQB
Texarkana, TXTexas

Mallett showed that he's an elite quarterback during the all-star season.

5 stars6'6"235Michigan
#2Terrance ToliverWR
Hempstead, TXHempstead

Upside is one of the biggest reason's Toliver is so highly recruited.

5 stars6'4"185LSU
#3Tray AllenOL
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

Allen could play any number of positions on the offensive line.

5 stars6'4"305Texas
#4Curtis BrownDB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Brown's vertical and speed combination is unheard of.

5 stars6'0"174Texas
#5John ChilesATH
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

In a state full of athletes playing quarterback, Chiles is one of the elite.

4 stars6'1"195Texas
#6Michael HueyOL
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Huey has a big motor even after the whistle.

4 stars6'5"290Texas
#7Dez BryantWR
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Bryant makes tough catches look easy.

4 stars6'1"195Oklahoma St.
#8Lennon CreerRB
Tatum, TXTatum

Creer looked sharp in his second state championship performance.

4 stars6'1"202Tennessee
#9Richetti JonesDE
Dallas, TXLincoln

Jones' injury didn't prevent him from racking up early season stats.

4 stars6'3"234Oklahoma St.
#10Andre JonesDT
El Paso, TXAndress

Is known as one of the best to come from El Paso in the last several years.

4 stars6'4"305Texas
#11Malcolm WilliamsWR
Garland, TXGarland

His coach thinks Williams could be the best yet from Garland.

4 stars6'3"205Texas
#12Ben WellsDB
Beaumont, TXOzen

Wells makes plays on the hardwood, football field, and in track.

4 stars6'1"185Texas
#13Keenan RobinsonLB
Plano, TXPlano East

The state's top outside linebacker is the total package.

4 stars6'3"211Texas
#14William ColeATH
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Cole is the top player on a loaded high school team.

4 stars5'10"165Oklahoma St.
#15Aundre McGaskeyOL
La Marque, TXLa Marque

It's scary to think what McGaskey will be like as a college freshman.

4 stars6'4"290Texas
#16Christian ScottDB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Scott's ability at safety or receiver is very special.

4 stars6'0"185Texas
#17Derrick StephensLB
Houston, TXCypress Falls

Two time all-district prospect has big size and big play ability.

4 stars6'3"240Texas A&M
#18Cody JohnsonRB
Waller, TXWaller

Johnson's frame makes him the perfect big back hybrid type of player.

4 stars5'10"225Texas
#19Earl ThomasATH
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

His future looks great as a defensive back.

4 stars5'10"174Texas
#20Jarvis JonesOL
Rosenberg, TXLamar Consolidated

Jones probably has more upside than another other offensive lineman.

4 stars6'7"250LSU
#21Ron BrooksATH
Irving, TXMacarthur

Can break a game wide open and may be outstanding on defense.

4 stars6'0"170LSU
#22Bradley StephensRB
McAllen, TXMcAllen Memorial

His work in the weight room makes him one of the more complete runners in the state.

4 stars5'10"185Texas A&M
#23Jason HannanOL
Waxahachie, TXWaxahachie

Could be one of the best pure centers in the Midlands region.

4 stars6'4"277Oklahoma
#24Russell CarterDE
Houston, TXWestbury

Carter embodies the description of raw talent.

4 stars6'3"230Texas
#25Jarrett LeeQB
Brenham, TXBrenham

Lee is the total package at quarterback with the ability to escape pressure and throw.

4 stars6'2"192LSU
#26Brandon WilliamsATH
Beaumont, TXCentral

Ability to be a big time dual-threat at quarterback makes him special.

4 stars6'4"225Texas A&M
#27Foswhitt WhittakerRB
Pearland, TX

Whittaker may be smaller than others, but has athletic ability that can't be coached.

4 stars5'9"187Texas
#28Kyle HixOL
Aledo, TXAledo

Already a top talent, Hix just keeps improving.

4 stars6'6"290Texas
#29Von MillerDE
DeSoto, TX

Miller may not have a definite position yet, but he should shine in college.

4 stars6'3"210Texas A&M
#30Gilbert MoyeATH
Diboll, TXDiboll

Moye came back after missing his junior season and looked amazing.

4 stars6'2"200Missouri
#31Brandon CollinsWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

Collins blew up at the NIKE Training Camp and showed he could play at DB.

4 stars6'0"167Texas
#32Lonnie EdwardsOL
Brownsboro, TXBrownsboro

Edwards, who switched to Texas Tech, shown progress as a senior.

4 stars6'5"305Texas Tech
#33James KirkendollWR
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

Kirkendoll is the definition of speed receiver.

4 stars5'10"178Texas
#34Jermaine LoveLB
Garland, TXNorth Garland

Love is a violent hitter that could be a hybrid linebacker-safety combo.

4 stars5'11"220Arkansas
#35Jamell FlemingDB
Arlington, TXSeguin

Fleming is quicker than most and should be a solid corner at Oklahoma.

4 stars5'10"187Oklahoma
#36Quentin CastilleRB
La Porte, TXLa Porte

Castille watched his stock rise between his junior and senior seasons.

4 stars6'1"234Nebraska
#37Travis LewisLB
San Antonio, TXSan Antonio Lee

NIKE camp sub 4.4-second 40-yard dash lit up his recruitment as a safety.

4 stars6'1"213Oklahoma
#38Jeremy KerleyATH
Hutto, TXHutto

Doesn't have a huge frame but turns small plays into huge gains.

4 stars5'10"170TCU
#39Desmond JacksonDB
Seguin, TXSeguin

Jackson is still learning the safety position, but has the upside to be solid.

4 stars5'11"187Oklahoma
#40Denarius MooreATH
Tatum, TXTatum

Speed allows him to be recruited as a corner or receiver.

3 stars6'0"175Tennessee
#41Sam AchoDE
Dallas, TXSt. Mark's

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

3 stars6'2"250Texas
#42Shawnbrey McNealRB
Dallas, TXMadison

McNeal, a track star, is extremely fast out of the backfield.

3 stars5'9"181Miami (FL)
#43Corey WilsonWR
Carrollton, TXCreekview

Some say Corey may be more talented than his Oklahoma star brother Travis Wilson.

3 stars6'0"184Oklahoma
#44Sam ProctorATH
Pearland, TX

Proctor will most likely be a solid safety for Oklahoma.

3 stars6'0"202Oklahoma
#45Brandon HerronLB
Sugar Land, TXDulles

Herron was a utility type defensive end and linebacker for Dulles.

3 stars6'2"198Michigan
#46Billy ChavisATH
Beaumont, TXWestbrook

Big frame, versatility, but Chavis still looking for the perfect position.

3 stars6'4"220Texas A&M
#47Hubert AnyiamWR
Garland, TXNorth Garland

After missing his sophomore year, was the newcomer of the year as a junior.

3 stars6'0"163Oklahoma St.
#48Brock MansionQB
Dallas, TXEpiscopal School Of Dallas

One of the bigger quarterbacks in the state is an Elite 11 pick and headed to Cal.

3 stars6'5"221California
#49Jacob AmieWR
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Amie is the big-bodied wide receiver who could move to tight end.

3 stars6'4"224Texas Tech
#50Ahmard HowardTE
Brenham, TXBrenham

With a great frame and ability, Howard could play both sides of the ball.

3 stars6'4"225Texas
#51Chris PerryDT
Keller, TXFossil Ridge

Perry is an aggressive defensive tackle that is just plain nasty.

3 stars6'3"319Miami (FL)
#52Curenski GilleylenWR
Leander, TXLeander

Gilleylen is a sub 4.4-second 40-yard dash runner.

3 stars6'0"210Nebraska
#53Ben BassDE
Plano, TXWest

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

3 stars6'4"263Texas A&M
#54Tejay JohnsonDB
Garland, TXSouth Garland

Coach says that he's big enough to be a safety or a linebacker.

3 stars6'0"185TCU
#55Levar BrownDE
Rosenberg, TXLamar Consolidated

District newcomer of the year is a very fleet-footed pass rusher.

3 stars6'3"240Arizona
#56Alex RussianTE
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

Russian was one of the best kept secrets in the Lone Star state.

3 stars6'4"231LSU
#57Brandon JoinerDE
Killeen, TXShoemaker

Joiner has been on the rise since the start of the combine season when he was a junior.

3 stars6'3"230Arkansas St.
#58G.J. KinneQB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Kinne made a switch from Baylor to Texas late in the process.

3 stars6'2"207Texas
#59James ThomasDB
La Marque, TXLa Marque

Another La Marque all-state pick is headed to Oklahoma State.

3 stars6'0"169Oklahoma St.
#60Joseph ReeseRB
Pflugerville, TXHendrickson

Reese has experience at multiple positions like defensive back and running back.

3 stars6'2"190Arizona
#61Justin SturnsRB
Rusk, TXRusk

Sturns could be great at both football or baseball at the next level, but must sure up his grades.

3 stars5'11"205
#62Curtis ThomasDB
Aldine, TXAldine

Thomas has quickness to play either cornerback or safety at the next level.

3 stars6'1"190Minnesota
#63Frank AveryTE
Galveston, TXBall

Basketball skills translate to the football field well.

3 stars6'5"230Texas A&M
#64Dominique HamiltonDT
El Paso, TXChapin

Hamilton is more evidence of a strong year in El Paso.

3 stars6'4"279Missouri
#65Marcus MendozaRB
Houston, TXSpring Woods

Mendoza may not have had eye-popping stats but is one very good football player.

3 stars5'10"175Nebraska
#66Blake EmertOL
Garland, TXSachse

Sleeper tackle is a big talent and should be big for the Red Raiders.

3 stars6'5"275Texas Tech
#67Tekerrein CubaDB
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Cuba had a solid sophomore outing and improved at a steady pace throughout this last season.

3 stars6'2"180TCU
#68Ahmad JonesDT
Silsbee, TXSilsbee

The frame is already there for Jones.

3 stars6'2"319Oklahoma St.
#69Courtney GreenOL
Corsicana, TXCorsicana

Green is one of the more underrated offensive guard prospects in the state.

3 stars6'4"285Baylor
#70Brandon WallsLB
Irving, TXIrving

Honorable mention all-district member has big time speed off the edge.

3 stars6'0"205Kansas St.
#71Ron JacksonDE
Carrollton, TXCreekview

A solid senior season put Jackson on the map.

3 stars6'3"210Arizona
#72Bret HarrisDB
Irving, TXMacarthur

Needing a big hit, Harris can deliver a blow.

3 stars5'11"196Arkansas
#73Nick FanuzziQB
San Antonio, TXChurchill

Fanuzzi's athleticism is a great combination with his arm.

3 stars6'3"200Alabama
#74Victor ReynoldsATH
Arlington, TXGrace Prep

Reynolds moved from Wisconsin to Texas after his junior season.

3 stars6'0"195list
#75Marquis FrazierDE
Garland, TXGarland

Frazier wreaks havoc on offenses.

3 stars6'3"240
#76Evan EikeOL
Bryan, TXBryan

Aggies went to their backyard for the talented offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"320Texas A&M
#77Carmon Boyd-AndersonRB
Jacksonville, TXJacksonville

Another sleeper East Texas running back should do well at Kansas.

3 stars6'1"200Kansas
#78Jacody ColemanLB
Beaumont, TXWestbrook

Coleman took a while to find a position, but looks comfortable as an inside linebacker.

3 stars6'2"229Iowa
#79Manaaki VaitaiOL
Euless, TXTrinity School

Class 5A state championship winning physical, dominant offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"295BYU
#80Jared FlannelRB
Brazoria, TXColumbia

Flannel is one of the bigger sleeper running backs in the state.

3 stars6'0"180Texas Tech
#81Marquis FranklinOL
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

Combination of size, strength, and motor makes Franklin big time.

3 stars6'5"315
#82Dante PinchbackTE
Irving, TX

Tight end or offensive tackle, Pinchback will be a Division I steal.

3 stars6'5"255Kansas St.
#83Kendall HunterRB
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

Hunter battled injuries and lack of size, but is lightning fast.

3 stars5'9"185Oklahoma St.
#84Patrick WittQB
Wylie, TXWylie

Witt, a transfer from Atlanta, picked Nebraska over several offers.

3 stars6'4"215Nebraska
#85Detron LewisWR
College Station, TXA&M Consolidated

Could be the best route runner in the Lone Star state.

3 stars6'0"190Texas Tech
#86Nick TriceWR
Killeen, TXHarker Heights

Originally from Germany, Trice has overcome injury and will be one to watch at Texas A&M.

3 stars6'2"188Texas A&M
#87Charles OpeseyitanRB
Allen, TXAllen

A bigger bodied back that doesn't lack speed in the open field.

3 stars5'10"186Tulsa
#88Ryan TannehillQB
Big Spring, TXBig Spring

Tannehill will need to learn a passing offense, but does a lot with his running ability.

3 stars6'4"193Texas A&M
#89John JonesOL
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Jones is a big, physical offensive lineman that has watched his stock rise.

3 stars6'4"310Baylor
#90Ian HarrisTE
San Antonio, TXChurchill

First-team all-district member has room to get even bigger and be a big receiving threat.

3 stars6'3"217Texas
#91Michael WilcoxonDT
Aledo, TXAledo

Wilcoxon was an unknown, but when film got around, offers followed.

3 stars6'2"271Texas
#92Damien DavisATH
Mart, TXMart

Davis' size will create mismatches at Oklahoma State.

3 stars6'5"185Oklahoma St.
#93Chris TateDB
Hempstead, TXHempstead

An all-region and all-district selection as a DB.

3 stars5'11"176Houston
#94Kody EmmertTE
Liberty Hill, TX

Emmert really rose in the rankings after a strong senior year.

3 stars6'6"235Rice
#95Daniel BakerOL
Fort Bend, TXElkins

Baker is explosive off the line at center and has a great frame to go with it.

3 stars6'6"285Texas A&M
#96Ryan DouglassDE
Leander, TXLeander

Douglass was another sleeper defensive end that is headed to Baylor.

3 stars6'2"210Baylor
#97Tyrone SonierDE
Missouri City, TXFort Bend Marshall

The best position for Sonier may be at outside linebacker.

3 stars6'2"225Texas Tech
#98Kelly GriffinDE
Irving, TXMacarthur

Griffin has options as either a defensive end or defensive tackle.

3 stars6'1"260TCU
#99Nick FolesQB
Austin, TXWestlake

Foles could be the next big quarterback headed to Arizona State.

3 stars6'5"235Michigan St.
#100Nathan DickQB
Allen, TXAllen

Dick has fought off injuries and is looking to get healthy again.

3 stars6'4"200Arkansas