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2007 Prospect Ranking offensive guards 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1James WilsonOL
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

If you are a skill guy, you want Wilson blocking for you on a screen.

5 stars6'4"308Florida
#2Tray AllenOL
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

Dominant big man is the Lone Star State's best prospect.

5 stars6'4"305Texas
#3Kristofer O'DowdOL
Tucson, AZSalpointe

Could also play tackle.

5 stars6'5"315USC
#4Michael HueyOL
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Just plain nasty.

4 stars6'5"290Texas
#5Anthony DavisOL
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

One of the nation's most elite OL.

4 stars6'5"341Rutgers
#6Aundre McGaskeyOL
La Marque, TXLa Marque

Has a great deal of upside.

4 stars6'4"290Texas
#7Jaivorio BurkesOL
Phoenix, AZMoon Valley

One of three top 100 prospects from Arizona.

4 stars6'4"311Nebraska
#8Stefen WisniewskiOL
Pittsburgh, PACentral Catholic

As a junior was selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Fabulous 22 and the Tribune-Review's Terrific 25.

4 stars6'3"275Penn St.
#9Chris JacobsonOL
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

Another talented lineman from Western Pa.

4 stars6'3"284Pittsburgh
#10Rishaw JohnsonOL
Hammond, LAHammond

Interest is picking up in Johnson.

4 stars6'4"315Mississippi
#11Chris LittleOL
Jeffersonville, GATwiggs County

Massive mountain of a man.

4 stars6'5"342Georgia
#12Chaz RamseyOL
Madison, MSMadison Central

Should reach his full potential at Auburn.

4 stars6'3"285Auburn
#13Ernest McCoyOL
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Moves well for a prospect his size and has a chance to dominate.

4 stars6'5"330LSU
#14Trinton SturdivantOL
Wadesboro, NCAnson

Could play at either guard or tackle.

4 stars6'4"280Georgia
#15Maurkice PounceyOL
Lakeland, FLLakeland

One of the reasons his high school team runs the ball so well.

4 stars6'4"287Florida
#16Michael PounceyOL
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Committed to the Gators, along with his brother.

4 stars6'4"280Florida
#17Blake BehrensOL
Phoenix, AZBrophy Prep

Amazing work ethic has impressed quite a few coaches.

3 stars6'4"280Colorado
#18Arthur Ray Jr.OL
Chicago, ILMt. Carmel

Great first step here and the frame to add size and strength.

3 stars6'2"297Michigan St.
#19Gino GradkowskiOL
Pittsburgh, PASeton La Salle

As a junior was selected Class AA second team all-state by the Associated Press.

3 stars6'3"287West Virginia
#20Patrick CrumpOL
Hoover, ALHoover

Very young but has big upside.

3 stars6'3"285Alabama
#21Jayson PalmgrenOL
Kansas City, MONorth Kansas City

Nasty interior player that rivals Clyde Aufner and Donald Stephenson as the top OL in the state.

3 stars6'2"295Missouri
#22D'Montreal WilsonOL
Rayville, LARayville

Could be Louisiana's best true OL prospect.

3 stars6'5"295list
#23Tanner StricklandOL
Nashville, GABerrien

Could be the most complete offensive lineman in Georgia.

3 stars6'4"315Georgia
#24Emeka NwankwoOL
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Once he fills out, his feet will make him special.

3 stars6'3"285Notre Dame
#25Kevin BryantOL
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Working his way back from an injury. Big time upside.

3 stars6'6"380N. Carolina
#26Po'u PaleleiOL
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Another stud from the Bishop Gorman pipeline

3 stars6'2"330Arizona St.
#27Evan BlankenshipOL
Monaca, PACenter

Was named all-conference as a junior.

3 stars6'3"310Ohio St.
#28Nick FairleyOL
Mobile, ALWilliamson

Likely will find a home at offensive tackle.

3 stars6'4"257Auburn
#29Nick SchepisOL
Cuyahoga Falls, OHWalsh Jesuit

Good offensive linemen in a bad year for them in Ohio

3 stars6'3"273Boston Coll.
#30Ibn LatifOL
Midlothian, VAManchester

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

3 stars6'3"290Virginia Tech
#31Trey DavisOL
Farmington, MNFarmington

He might not be as tall, but he’s athletic, strong and extremely talented.

3 stars6'2"275Minnesota
#32Paul SimkovichOL
Latrobe, PAGreater Latrobe

Was named all-section as a junior.

3 stars6'4"298Akron
#33Courtney GreenOL
Corsicana, TXCorsicana

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

3 stars6'4"285Baylor
#34C.J. WoodOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Athletic guard has come out of nowhere.

3 stars6'4"275Marshall
#35Caleb RuchOL
Quakertown, PAQuakertown

As a junior was all-conference and all-area.

3 stars6'3"285Rutgers
#36Jaymes BrooksOL
Newport News, VADenbigh

Earned second team all-district honors as a junior for the second year in a row.

3 stars6'3"296Virginia Tech
#37Quentin SaulsberryOL
Independence, MSIndependence

Impressive commitment for Mississippi State.

3 stars6'3"270Mississippi St.
#38Mark SpinneyOL
Nashua, NHBishop Guertin

Was named all-state, Telegraph all-star as a junior.

3 stars6'4"265Boston Coll.
#39Wilson NorrisOL
Pickens, SC

Grew up in the county that Clemson University is located in.

3 stars6'5"320Clemson
#40Donny BarclayOL
Harmony, PASeneca Valley

Was named second team all-conference as a junior.

3 stars6'4"283West Virginia
#41Mike DykesOL
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Was a first team all-conference selection as a junior.

3 stars6'4"275N. Carolina
#42Ryan OrtonOL
Eden Prairie, MNEden Prairie

Athletic, athletic, athletic – Orton can really move for a big guy.

3 stars6'4"265Minnesota
#43Evan EikeOL
Bryan, TXBryan

Aggies went to their backyard for the talented offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"320Texas A&M
#44Manaaki VaitaiOL
Euless, TXTrinity School

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

3 stars6'4"295BYU
#45Mike HarrisOL
Duarte, CADuarte

Solid all-around lineman from the Golden State.

3 stars6'4"305UCLA
#46Alex WashingtonOL
Monroe, LACarroll

A steady senior season causes bump

3 stars6'4"315Mississippi
#47Austin WuebbelsOL
Troy, ILTriad

A star at Mizzou's camp for two years.

3 stars6'4"260Missouri
#48Wade GraysonOL
Harrison, ARHarrison

Earned an offer at Arkansas camp.

3 stars6'3"260Arkansas
#49Chris BundersOL
Maple Grove, MNOsseo

Already at college playing weight, Bunders is mean and nasty.

3 stars6'3"306Minnesota
#50Jerrod GoochOL
Vidor, TXVidor

Gooch is looking for a big injury-free senior season.

3 stars6'4"290Texas Tech
#51Jared CooperOL
Brewton, ALW. S. Neal

Will contribute for several seasons for some program.

3 stars6'4"287Auburn
#52Fred KolotoOL
Palo Alto, CAPalo Alto

Interest picking up as senior season nears.

3 stars6'4"270San Jose St.
#53Jeremiah WrightOL
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Good feet and athletic.

3 stars6'3"258Troy
#54Kody CookeOL
Enid, OK

Already enrolled early at OU.

3 stars6'4"285Oklahoma
#55Shawn DanielsOL
Denver, COMullen

Good interior offensive guard prospect that has a frame to add mass

3 stars6'4"270Colorado
#56John JonesOL
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

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

3 stars6'4"310Baylor
#57Adam TelloOL
Norco, CANorco

Another talented line prospect catching the eye of schools.

3 stars6'4"270Arizona St.
#58Anthony MorganOL
Lancaster, TXLancaster

Morgan is another top Lone Star lineman headed to Waco.

3 stars6'3"335Baylor
#59Darrell Davis-BudanauroOL
East Grand Rapids, MIEast Grand Rapids

Light on his feet for a player of his size, and has the strength of two men

3 stars6'4"370East. Michigan
#60Niko MafuliOL
St. Louis, MOUniversity

The most overlooked prospect in all of St. Louis.

3 stars6'3"293Northwestern
#61Mike MatamuaOL
Kapolei, HIKapolei

Could play guard or tackle, which makes him a top target

3 stars6'4"282S. Diego St.
#62Cameron HollandOL
Pittsburgh, PAPerry Traditional Academy

Fast and athletic inside lineman.

3 stars6'2"275N. Carolina
#63Josh LeRibeusOL
Richardson, TXBerkner

Great get for SMU.

3 stars6'3"321SMU
#64Steven AyersOL
Bellingham, WASehome

A tremendous pick up for WSU.

3 stars6'4"280Washington St.
#65Matt BahrOL
Mission Viejo, CAMission Viejo

A leader on a great Mission Viejo team.

3 stars6'3"261Colorado
#66Gary BardzakOL
Pottsville, PAPottsville

Was named a second team all-area and all-county selection as a junior.

3 stars6'4"292Connecticut
#67Nick MartinezOL
Floresville, TX

Big man that moves well.

3 stars6'4"290Oklahoma St.
#68Chad SnodgrassOL
Nitro, WVNitro

Was great at the NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'3"302West Virginia
#69Jonathan RushOL
Killeen, TXKilleen

Another top line prospect in Texas headed to the Big 12.

3 stars6'4"268Oklahoma St.
#70Spencer ThompsonOL
Plainview, TXPlainview

Another in-state sleeper that will be a great player at TCU.

3 stars6'2"279TCU