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2007 Prospect Ranking Georgia Top 50 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Eric BerryDB
Fairburn, GACreekside

Should be special in college.

5 stars5'11"194Tennessee
#2Cameron NewtonQB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

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

5 stars6'4"232Florida
#3Antwane GreenleeOL
Columbus, GAHardaway

NFL-type potential because of feet and frame.

4 stars6'6"302Florida St.
#4Caleb KingRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Versatile back should help the Dawgs right away.

4 stars5'11"186Georgia
#5Morgan BurnettDB
College Park, GANorth Clayton

Shined at Offense-Defense All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'1"182Georgia Tech
#6Allen BaileyDE
Darien, GAMcintosh County Academy

Will find a home on the defensive line in college.

4 stars6'4"255Miami (FL)
#7Cameron HeywardDT
Suwanee, GAPeachtree Ridge

Big and agile, Heyward has big upside.

4 stars6'5"264Ohio St.
#8Jonathan DwyerRB
Marietta, GAKell

Can take it to the house if he breaks a few tackles.

4 stars6'0"197Georgia Tech
#9Israel TroupeWR
Tifton, GATift County

Has the body of a linebacker, which makes him rare at wide out.

4 stars6'0"200Georgia
#10Nick ClaytorOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Will be a three or four year starter barring injury.

4 stars6'6"312Georgia Tech
#11Josh NesbittQB
Greensboro, GAGreene County

Great high school quarterback that can take over games.

4 stars6'0"204Georgia Tech
#12T-Bob HebertOL
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

The top center prospect in the Southeast.

4 stars6'3"256LSU
#13Justin HoustonDE
Statesboro, GAStatesboro

Had one of the best days at the Athens NIKE Camp.

4 stars6'3"228Georgia
#14D.J. StaffordDE
LaGrange, GALa Grange

Big man will track you down.

4 stars6'3"263Kentucky
#15Bailey WoodsTE
Marietta, GAWalton

Big and quick, Auburn has it's future star at tight end.

4 stars6'4"240Auburn
#16Ted LaurentDT
Powder Springs, GAMcEachern

Strength, motor and leverage are assets.

4 stars6'0"285Mississippi
#17Chris LittleOL
Jeffersonville, GATwiggs County

Will be part of a great future offensive line in South Bend.

4 stars6'5"342Georgia
#18Rennie CurranLB
Snellville, GABrookwood

Stood out at East Meets West All-American game.

4 stars5'10"202Georgia
#19Neland BallDE
Jackson, GAJackson

Long arms are good for disrupting passing attacks.

4 stars6'6"216Georgia
#20D.J. DonleyWR
Folkston, GACharlton County

Wants to play wide receiver in college.

4 stars6'4"200Georgia Tech
#21Walter HillWR
Gainesville, GAEast Hall

Outstanding athlete was a UGA hoops commit.

3 stars6'5"200Georgia
#22Logan WallsDT
Dawsonville, GADawson County

High-motor prospect also is a special teams standout.

3 stars6'2"272Georgia Tech
#23Vance CuffDB
Moultrie, GAColquitt County

Bulldogs picked up a fast riser in Cuff.

3 stars5'11"170Georgia
#24Tanner StricklandOL
Nashville, GABerrien

One of UGA's first commits.

3 stars6'4"315Georgia
#25Clint BolingOL
Alpharetta, GAChattahoochee

Could play a number of positions along both lines.

3 stars6'5"261Georgia
#26Brad JeffersonLB
Wrightsville, GAJohnson County

Tech fans should be excited about this one.

3 stars6'2"205Georgia Tech
#27Rennie Moore Jr.DE
St. Marys, GACamden County

Will be interesting to see how he recovers from injury.

3 stars6'5"260Clemson
#28Addison WilliamsDB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Excellent ball skills.

3 stars5'9"169South Carolina
#29Zeke RozierRB
Cochran, GABleckley County

Talented back emerged during his senior season.

3 stars6'1"205Georgia Southern
#30Willie WhiteATH
Kingsland, GACamden County

Frame and versatility give him a high value.

3 stars6'3"183Georgia Tech
#31Bruce FigginsTE
Columbus, GAShaw

Is a very skilled blocker.

3 stars6'4"238Georgia
#32John DouglasRB
Augusta, GAAquinas

A big-time fullback for Auburn.

3 stars6'2"235Auburn
#33John KnoxDB
Statesboro, GAStatesboro

Good in run support.

3 stars6'2"191Georgia
#34Cameron WadeWR
Cairo, GACairo

Has big upside and is a competitor.

3 stars6'4"180Florida St.
#35Roddy JonesRB
Chamblee, GAChamblee

Had 24 rushing touchdowns in 2005.

3 stars5'8"184Georgia Tech
#36C.J. WoodOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Athletic guard has come out of nowhere.

3 stars6'4"275Marshall
#37Marshall WilliamsLB
Decatur, GASouthwest Dekalb

Fast outside linebacker prospect.

3 stars6'2"198Mississippi
#38Brandon LampkinTE
Tucker, GATucker

Jumbo athlete will help the Hawgs.

3 stars6'5"250Arkansas
#39Fred JonesDE
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Hoosiers got a real steal in Jones.

3 stars6'4"222Indiana
#40Fonterrian IngramDB
Atlanta, GAMcnair

Speed and tenacity are two of his strengths.

3 stars5'10"185Mississippi
#41Conrad ObiDE
Loganville, GAGrayson

Stock fell during senior year.

3 stars6'4"240Colorado
#42Dion ArmstrongDT
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Can plug the middle of the defensive line.

3 stars6'0"319Maryland
#43Kyle JacksonLB
McDonough, GAUnion Grove

One of two Top 50 linebackers heading to Georgia Tech.

3 stars6'0"225Georgia Tech
#44Jerrard TarrantDB
Carrollton, GACarrollton

Has good ball skills and is athletic.

3 stars6'0"187Georgia Tech
#45Chas HenryK
Dallas, GAEast Paulding

One of the nation's top punters.

3 stars6'3"180Florida
#46Eugene KinlawDT
Homerville, GAClinch County

Likely heading to JUCO, but m

3 stars6'3"282Troy
#47Lamar YoungOL
Jonesboro, GAMundy's Mill

Will help the Terps on the offensive line.

3 stars6'4"275Maryland
#48Darius MarshallRB
Milledgeville, GABaldwin

Racked up the yards his junior season.

3 stars5'10"188Marshall
#49Dequan BembryDB
Hawkinsville, GAHawkinsville

Flies around and makes plays.

3 stars5'10"175Marshall
#50Thomas BarnesLB
Dublin, GADublin

Undersized LB will strike you.

3 stars5'10"200N.C. State