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2010 Prospect Ranking Ohio Postseason Top 75 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Latwan AndersonATH
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Freak athlete with very high football IQ.

5 stars5'11"185Miami (FL)
#2Jordan HicksLB
West Chester, OHLakota West

Has freakish ability to change direction and make tackles all over the field.

5 stars6'2"220Texas
#3Spencer WareATH
Cincinnati, OHPrinceton

Skyrocketed up final national rankings after great showing at U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars5'11"220LSU
#4Braylon HeardRB
Youngstown, OHCardinal Mooney

Elite speed at RB. Ran for nearly 2,000 yards and 24 touchdowns as senior.

4 stars5'11"180Nebraska
#5Andrew NorwellOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

A throw-back. Brutal offensive lineman who consistently puts defenders into ground.

4 stars6'7"275Ohio St.
#6Matt JamesOL
Cincinnati, OHSt. Xavier

A huge offensive lineman. Very consistent and rarely makes mistakes on field.

4 stars6'8"290Notre Dame
#7Christian BryantDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Not a blazer, but really knows how to play the cornerback position.

4 stars5'10"173Ohio St.
#8Skyler SchofnerOL
Sunbury, OHBig Walnut

Is physically ready to handle college game. Big and strong player who loves competing.

4 stars6'6"276Michigan St.
#9Andrew DonnalOL
Whitehouse, OHAnthony Wayne

Athletic offensive lineman projects well at left tackle.

4 stars6'7"285Iowa
#10Dominique BrownATH
Cincinnati, OHWinton Woods

Dominated in state playoffs, leading Winton Woods to Div. 2 state title.

4 stars6'3"215Louisville
#11Mark MyersQB
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

Big-time pocket passer that has elite arm strength.

4 stars6'4"220Pittsburgh
#12Andrew HendrixQB
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

Has the tools as a passer, runner, and leader to be special at Notre Dame.

4 stars6'3"220Notre Dame
#13Alex SmithTE
Cincinnati, OHLakota West

Has a rare combination of size and athleticism at the tight end spot.

4 stars6'5"260Kentucky
#14Alex WelchTE
Cincinnati, OHElder

Very good run blocker and receiver. Caught 43 passes for 625 yards and 6 TDs in 2009.

4 stars6'5"225Notre Dame
#15Kevin SchloemerOL
West Chester, OHLakota West

Has a great frame to build on and above-average athleticism for an offensive tackle.

3 stars6'7"274Cincinnati
#16Terry TalbottDT
Huber Heights, OHWayne

Quick first step allows him to make plays in backfield.

3 stars6'4"255Michigan
#17Mike DorseyDB
Warren, OHHarding

Hard hitting safety that is an intimidating physical presence.

3 stars6'3"201West Virginia
#18Davion RogersLB
Warren, OHHarding

Very rangy, could be a force as a DE at the next level.

3 stars6'6"210Michigan
#19Darryl BaldwinDE
Solon, OHSolon

A huge framed defensive end prospect that could be a stud at Ohio State.

3 stars6'6"250Ohio St.
#20Travis JacksonOL
Columbus, OHDeSales

Played both ways with a broken hand for much of senior season. Solid in all facets of game.

3 stars6'4"265Michigan St.
#21Jerald RobinsonWR
Canton, OHCanton South

Caught 31 passes for 488 yards and 3 TDs as a senior.

3 stars6'2"175Michigan
#22Tyrone WilliamsWR
East Cleveland, OHShaw

Very raw wide receiver prospect who can be unstoppable in red zone.

3 stars6'7"215Ohio St.
#23Luke MassaQB
Cincinnati, OHSt. Xavier

Better athlete than passer at this time, but has a big frame and a high ceiling.

3 stars6'4"205Notre Dame
#24Andre GivensRB
Hubbard, OHHubbard

Shifty back that catches ball very well.

3 stars5'10"185Pittsburgh
#25Christian PaceOL
Avon Lake, OHAvon Lake

Athletic lineman that will fit nicely in Michigan's system.

3 stars6'3"262Michigan
#26Jibreel BlackDE
Cincinnati, OHWyoming

Productive defensive end prospect that rushes passer well and plays the run.

3 stars6'2"253Michigan
#27Matt RotheramOL
North Olmsted, OHNorth Olmsted

Massive offensive guard that can wear down defensive linemen.

3 stars6'6"310Pittsburgh
#28Solomon TentmanLB
Cincinnati, OHRoger Bacon

Powerful inside linebacker that can bench more than 400 pounds.

3 stars6'2"230Cincinnati
#29Bobby SwigertWR
Louisville, OHLouisville

Missed most of senior year with foot injury. Had 732 yards receiving annd 6 TDs in 2008.

3 stars6'1"175Boston Coll.
#30Scott McVeyLB
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

Performance in 2008 state title game is still one of the best AMP has seen, watch here.

3 stars5'11"215Ohio St.
#31Jewone SnowLB
Canton, OHMcKinley

Improved a lot his senior year, very productive and sure-tackler.

3 stars6'3"237West Virginia
#32Jayrone ElliottLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Big upside. Needs to add size and strength, but is still very stout against the run.

3 stars6'3"207Toledo
#33Eric FranklinOL
Youngstown, OHCardinal Mooney

One of Ohio's most improved prospects, has tools to be a stud at offensive tackle.

3 stars6'7"290Youngstown St.
#34Jake RyanLB
Westlake, OHSt. Ignatius

Injury filled junior season, one of state's top linebackers in 2009.

3 stars6'3"220Michigan
#35J.T. MooreDE
Youngstown, OHBoardman

Made and early commitment to Ohio State.

3 stars6'4"220Ohio St.
#36Marcus RushDE
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

Playmaker at defensive end that has a nose for the game.

3 stars6'3"225Michigan St.
#37Preston BrownLB
Cincinnati, OHNorthwest

Physically one of the best looking linebackers in Ohio.

3 stars6'3"220Louisville
#38Chi Chi AriguzoLB
Columbus, OHDeSales

Had a great senior season, very active outside linebacker prospect and good tackler.

3 stars6'3"215Northwestern
#39Derrick BryantDE
Columbus, OHBrookhaven

A quick twitched prospect with good pass rushing skills.

3 stars6'4"230UCLA
#40Verlon ReedATH
Columbus, OHMarion Franklin

Outstanding overall athlete that quarterbacked his team to Division 2 semifinals.

3 stars6'2"185Ohio St.
#41Arryn ChenaultDB
Fairfield, OHFairfield

Rangy safety prospect that never wavered on early commitment to Bearcats.

3 stars6'1"190Cincinnati
#42B.J. LoweryDB
Cincinnati, OHHughes

Tallied 100 tackles and four interceptions as a senior.

3 stars5'11"175Iowa
#43Jimmy HallWR
Sylvania, OHSylvania Southview

Struggled with ankle injury senior year, but had 963 yards and 10 TD catches in 2008.

3 stars6'1"185Northwestern
#44Kurtis DrummondATH
Hubbard, OHHubbard

Picked MSU over several offers from Big Ten and Big East schools.

3 stars6'2"198Michigan St.
#45Tim O'ConnerWR
Cincinnati, OHElder

Broken arm slowed his senior season, but still averaged 15 yards a catch.

3 stars6'4"190Indiana
#46Rashad FrazierDE
Middletown, OHMiddletown

Defines "sleeper." Has played just one year of football after moving from Maine.

3 stars6'6"225Purdue
#47Terrence TalbottDB
Huber Heights, OHWayne

Heading to Michigan with brother Terry.

3 stars5'10"172Michigan
#48Erick HowardRB
North Canton, OHHoover

Joins Robert Smith as only two-time winner of Mr. Football award.

3 stars5'10"210Akron
#49Dan SchneiderTE
Avon Lake, OHAvon Lake

Had national list of offers. Carries 4.5 GPA.

3 stars6'4"230Pittsburgh
#50Cody ByersLB
Centerville, OHArchbishop Alter

Outstanding senior year, led Alter to another state title.

3 stars6'3"203Wisconsin
#51Courtney AveryDB
Lexington, OHLexington

Played quarterback and defensive back for Lexington.

3 stars5'10"165Michigan
#52Antonio KinardLB
Youngstown, OHLiberty

Committed to Michigan in March.

3 stars6'4"210Michigan
#53D.J. WilliamsonWR
Warren, OHHarding

Reigning 100m champion in Ohio (10.90).

3 stars6'1"172Michigan
#54Steve MehrerLB
Dublin, OHJerome

One of Ohio's best highlight reels. Bone-crushing tackler with little care for his own well-being on the field.

3 stars6'1"220Kent St.
#55Chase HammondWR
Youngstown, OHBoardman

Smooth and very tall pass catching target.

3 stars6'4"200Wisconsin
#56Quintin CooperDB
Clayton, OHNorthmont

Speedy cornerback prospect with the knack for making big plays.

3 stars5'9"170Ball St.
#57Josh HarrisonLB
Huber Heights, OHWayne

Undersized linebacker that plays with passion and a high motor.

3 stars6'1"215Wisconsin
#58Keith WenningQB
Coldwater, OHColdwater

Late blooming quarterback that led Coldwater to the state finals. Big kid with solid arm strength.

3 stars6'4"222Ball St.
#59James GordonLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Missed most of senior season with ACL injury, but has tools to be a big-time steal for Toledo.

3 stars6'2"205Toledo
#60C.J. BryantDB
Gahanna, OHLincoln

Recorded 17 tackles in one game vs. powerhouse Columbus DeSales this season.

3 stars6'0"175Northwestern
#61Cameron ColeDB
Cincinnati, OHLa Salle

Good coverage skills for a taller cornerback prospect.

3 stars5'11"175Indiana
#62Josh RussDE
Elyria, OHElyria Catholic

Also excelled as a wide receiver for Elyria Catholic.

3 stars6'5"220Cincinnati
#63Brad HarrahTE
Marion, OHPleasant

Committed to Cincinnati in June over offers from Indiana, Iowa State and others.

3 stars6'7"240Cincinnati
#64Brendan CarozzoniTE
Rocky River, OHSt. Ignatius

Understands how to get open quickly. Can make tough catches.

3 stars6'4"215Pittsburgh
#65Clint ShepherdOL
Eaton, OHEaton

One of the top interior OL prospects in state, made early commit to Bearcats.

3 stars6'4"270Cincinnati
#66Pete BachmanDE
Cincinnati, OHElder

Broke his leg midway through senior season, will play DE for the Hoosiers.

3 stars6'5"245Indiana
#67Willie TatumLB
Pickerington, OHPickerington Central

Long and rangy outside linebacker that can bring pressure off the edge.

3 stars6'3"205Minnesota
#68Derek RobackATH
Waverly, OHWaverly

One of the better all-around athletes in Ohio. Could play quarterback, tight end, or defense at college level.

3 stars6'3"221Notre Dame
#69Robert PartridgeQB
Massillon, OHWashington

Solid passer and runner, led Massillon back to Ohio's elite, with a 10-4 record.

3 stars6'1"195Miami (OH)
#70Tyler BrauseQB
Bucyrus, OHWynford

Accounted for 31 touchdowns as a junior. 4.0 GPA.

3 stars6'4"220Kentucky
#71Dwight MaconATH
Steubenville, OHSteubenville

Could be a good QB or defensive back in college. Had a 7 to 1 TD-INT ratio as a junior.

3 stars5'10"190Toledo
#72Jordan PaschalDB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

Nearly 100 tackles and two INTs as a senior.

3 stars5'10"183Louisville
#73Chase HooblerLB
Orrville, OHOrrville

Piled up huge stats senior year: 163 tackles, 22 TFLs, and six sacks.

3 stars6'3"225Indiana
#74Greg ManczOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

Like teammate Andrew Norwell, very solid run blocker.

3 stars6'5"270Toledo
#75Michael DennisOL
Carey, OHCarey

Has tall frame to build on. Also a standout basketball player.

2 stars6'7"260Michigan St.