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BuckeyeGrove 2011 Ohio Rankings - January 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Michael BennettDT
Centerville, OHCenterville

Big time two-way lineman with outstanding quickness.

4 stars6'3"275Ohio St.
#2Braxton MillerQB
Huber Heights, OHWayne

Made major strides as a senior, leading his team to the state title game. Outstanding physical tools.

4 stars6'2"185Ohio St.
#3Doran GrantDB
Akron, OHSt. Vincent-St. Mary

Arguably the top defensive back prospect in the Midwest, a true lockdown corner.

4 stars5'10"171Ohio St.
#4Steve MillerDE
Canton, OHMcKinley

Athletic defensive end prospect that can get after the passer but is also strong at the point of attack.

4 stars6'4"230Ohio St.
#5Aundrey WalkerOL
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Massive guard prospect and one of the strongest linemen in the class.

4 stars6'5"355USC
#6Kenny HayesDE
Toledo, OHWhitmer

Long and athletic lineman with the prototypical build of a big time base end.

4 stars6'5"240Ohio St.
#7Austin TraylorTE
Columbus, OHWalnut Ridge

Freak athlete with the on-field production to match. One of the best senior films you will find.

4 stars6'4"210Wisconsin
#8Trey DePriestLB
Springfield, OHSpringfield

Versatile linebacker prospect that could play all three spots. Excellent quickness and strength at the point of attack.

4 stars6'2"231Alabama
#9Cole StoudtQB
Dublin, OHCoffman

The best pure passer in Ohio this year. Has the size, arm, and mental grasp of the game to be an outstanding college quarterback.

3 stars6'4"200Clemson
#10Devin SmithWR
Massillon, OHWashington

One of Ohio's most productive receivers. Fluid, fast, great hands and body control.

3 stars6'1"175Ohio St.
#11Chase FarrisDE
Elyria, OHElyria

Great size and athleticism. Will need to settle in at one position but tremendous upside with this prospect.

4 stars6'6"265Ohio St.
#12Eilar HardyDB
Pickerington, OHPickerington Central

Had an outstanding senior year for Pick Central. Versatile enough to play safety or corner.

4 stars6'1"175Notre Dame
#13Ron TannerDB
Columbus, OHEastmoor

Hard hitting safety with a great nose for the football.

3 stars6'1"190Ohio St.
#14Andre SturdivantDE
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

One of the most physically impressive prospects in Ohio. Big and athletic with incredible strength.

4 stars6'2"249Toledo
#15Shane WynnWR
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The most electric play maker in Ohio with the ball in his hands. His small stature is the only thing keeping him out of the top 10.

3 stars5'6"147Indiana
#16Kevin WilliamsDT
Holland, OHSpringfield

Big and quick defensive tackle that dominated his high school competition.

3 stars6'2"275Nebraska
#17Zack ShawLB
Coshocton, OHCoshocton

Huge linebacker that can also run and cover.

4 stars6'3"218Indiana
#18Nick VannettTE
Westerville, OHWesterville Central

Big tight end with soft hands that shows a willingness to block.

4 stars6'6"230Ohio St.
#19Ray HamiltonTE
Strongsville, OHStrongsville

Another big time tight end prospect in this class. Good size and very athletic.

4 stars6'5"230Iowa
#20Steven DanielsLB
Cincinnati, OHSt. Xavier

Sawed off linebacker that plays the game with bad intentions, as physical as they come.

4 stars6'0"225Boston Coll.
#21Akise TeagueRB
Youngstown, OHUrsuline

Ohio's Mr. Football. Undersized but super quick and fast. Impossible to tackle in the open field.

2 stars5'8"178Cincinnati
#22Antonio UnderwoodOL
Shaker Heights, OHShaker Heights

Could play either offensive guard or defensive tackle at the next level. Good size and feet, will need to be coached up.

3 stars6'3"295Ohio St.
#23Cardale JonesQB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Great physical tools but still developing as a passer. One of the strongest arms you will find.

3 stars6'4"217Ohio St.
#24Antwan GilbertRB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

Electric runner with track star speed. Great vision and burst.

3 stars5'11"175Toledo
#25Frank ClarkLB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Tall, athletic linebacker that can really play in space and also make plays behind the line of scrimmage.

3 stars6'2"210Michigan
#26Ryan KellyOL
West Chester, OHLakota West

Arguably the most versatile OL in Ohio. Can play any of the five spots along the line.

3 stars6'5"270Alabama
#27DerJuan GambrellDB
Toledo, OHRogers

Impressive raw athlete that could either be a big corner or a free safety.

3 stars6'2"180Ohio St.
#28Antonio PooleLB
Cincinnati, OHWinton Woods

Similar to Daniels in that he’s a bit undersized but hits like a ton of bricks.

3 stars6'2"210Michigan
#29Tommy BrownOL
Akron, OHFirestone Senior

Brown has a lot of upside and will benefit from enrolling in time for spring practice.

3 stars6'5"310Ohio St.
#30Ray BallOL
Westerville, OHWesterville South

Massive tackle prospect that is at his best in the run game. Must work on pass protection but huge upside.

3 stars6'7"320Wisconsin
#31Donavon ClarkOL
Cincinnati, OHFinneytown

Athletic two-way lineman that could ultimately be a very good offensive tackle.

3 stars6'4"292Michigan St.
#32Chris RockDE
Columbus, OHDeSales

College ready body that is versatile enough to play tackle or strongside end.

3 stars6'5"250Michigan
#33Shaquille WashingtonWR
Maple Heights, OHMaple Heights

Lightning quick athlete that will make the transition from quarterback to wide receiver.

3 stars5'7"147Cincinnati
#34Nicholas GrigsbyLB
Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

Tackling machine with the athleticism to get sideline to sideline.

4 stars6'1"204Pittsburgh
#35Jarrett GraceLB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Big outside linebacker prospect that could really excel in Notre Dame's 3-4 scheme.

3 stars6'4"240Notre Dame

BuckeyeGrove 2011 Ohio Rankings - January 2011

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