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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Percy HarvinWR
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

One word best describes Harvin: explosive.

5 stars6'1"188Florida
#2Andre SmithOL
Birmingham, ALHuffman

One of the most dominant offensive line prospects in the last 10 years.

5 stars6'4"325Alabama
#3Chris WellsRB
Akron, OHGarfield High School

Power, elusiveness, vision…Wells has it all.

5 stars6'1"228Ohio St.
#4Gerald McCoyDT
Oklahoma City, OKSoutheast

A dominant and polished defensive tackle.

5 stars6'4"305Oklahoma
#5Sergio KindleLB
Dallas, TXWoodrow Wilson

Once he learns his position, the sky is the limit for this great athlete.

5 stars6'4"225Texas
#6Matthew StaffordQB
Dallas, TXHighland Park

Will he win the starting quarterback job at UGA as a freshman?

5 stars6'3"210Georgia
#7Vidal HazeltonWR
Chatham, VAHargrave Military Academy

Was the top wide receiver at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'3"193USC
#8C.J. SpillerRB
Lake Butler, FLUnion County

Rob Spence will use Florida's top prospect in a number of ways.

5 stars5'10"190Clemson
#9Allen BradfordLB
Colton, CAColton

Will be a dominant defensive player at USC.

5 stars5'11"219USC
#10Mitch MustainQB
Springdale, ARSpringdale

A host of postseason accolades for this Arkansas gunslinger.

5 stars6'3"208Arkansas
#11Sam YoungOL
Ft. Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Size and footwork give Young NFL potential.

5 stars6'8"302Notre Dame
#12Myron RolleATH
Princeton, NJThe Hun School

Polished athlete should have an early impact in Tallahassee.

5 stars6'2"214Florida St.
#13Brandon SpikesLB
Shelby, NCCrest

Spikes dominated two postseason all-star games at middle linebacker.

5 stars6'4"235Florida
#14Reshad JonesDB
Atlanta, GABooker T. Washington

Projects as a safety, but is talented enough to play anywhere in the secondary.

5 stars6'1"173Georgia
#15Brandon GrahamLB
Detroit, MICrockett

The big, athletic Graham was Michigan’s top overall prospect by a mile.

5 stars6'2"250Michigan
#16Taylor MaysATH
Seattle, WAO'Dea

Versatility and athleticism are Mays’ biggest strengths.

5 stars6'3"218USC
#17Robert RoseDE
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Is Rose the next great Ohio State pass rusher?

5 stars6'4"255Ohio St.
#18Stafon JohnsonRB
Los Angeles, CADorsey

Rushed for more than 1,800 yards as a senior and can also play safety.

5 stars5'11"200USC
#19A.J. WallaceDB
Pomfret, MDMcDonough

Drew the attention of college coaches as early as his sophomore year.

5 stars6'1"195Penn St.
#20Al WoodsDT
Elton, LAElton

A huge, athletic defensive tackle with big-time upside.

5 stars6'4"329LSU
#21Ricky SappDE
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Still developing, Sapp is cat-quick with receiver-like straight line speed.

5 stars6'4"225Clemson
#22Tim TebowQB
Ponte Vedra Beach, FLNease

One of the top overall athletes in the country.

5 stars6'3"217Florida
#23C.J. GableATH
Sylmar, CASylmar

Another versatile running back-type heading to Southern Cal.

5 stars5'11"180USC
#24Brandon WarrenDE
Alcoa, TNAlcoa

Tenacious pass-rusher could also play tight end.

5 stars6'2"230Florida St.
#25Eddie JonesDE
Kilgore, TXKilgore

Showed his toughness during Army All-American practices.

5 stars6'3"240Texas
#26Stephen SchillingOL
Bellevue, WABellevue

Could have the best feet of any offensive line prospect this year.

5 stars6'5"290Michigan
#27James AldridgeRB
Crown Point, INMerrillville

Tough runner between the tackles, but can get to the outside, too.

5 stars6'1"215Notre Dame
#28Carl JohnsonOL
Durham, NCSouthern High

Already making his presence felt at Florida.

5 stars6'6"348Florida
#29Antwine PerezDB
Camden, NJWilson

Headhunter could be the next great Jersey get for USC.

4 stars6'1"199USC
#30Daron RoseOL
Tampa, FLJefferson

The top prospect in Hillsborough County, Fla., impressed at the CaliFlorida Bowl.

4 stars6'5"310Florida St.
#31Jared OdrickDT
Lebanon, PALebanon

Space eater can play on either side of the line.

4 stars6'5"303Penn St.
#32Michael GoodsonRB
Klein, TXKlein Collins

When he gets to the outside, there isn’t a better running back in this class.

4 stars6'0"205Texas A&M
#33Jamere HollandATH
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Had nearly 1,000 yards receiving during his senior season.

4 stars6'1"175USC
#34Jermaine GreshamTE
Ardmore, OK

Could develop into a headache for teams wanting to stop the Sooners’ passing attack.

4 stars6'7"230Oklahoma
#35Demarco MurrayRB
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Murray could be a tailback or a slot receiver.

4 stars6'0"183Oklahoma
#36Micah JohnsonDE
Ft. Campbell, KY

The South’s top jumbo athlete chose to stay in-state and play for the Wildcats.

4 stars6'2"267Kentucky
#37Marcus BallLB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

Good enough to play linebacker or safety in college.

4 stars6'0"204Florida St.
#38Shareece WrightDB
Colton, CAColton

By the end of the season, Wright was California’s top cornerback.

4 stars5'11"180USC
#39Carlos BrownRB
Franklin, GAHeard County

Brown will make his share of big plays in the Big House before all is said and done.

4 stars6'0"205Michigan
#40Joshua TatumLB
Oakland, CAMcClymonds

Tough Tatum stalks opposing ball carriers and strikes them.

4 stars6'0"219USC
#41Benjamin TateRB
Newark, MDSnow Hill

A complete running back, Tate will make noise at Auburn during his career.

4 stars5'10"204Auburn
#42Adron TennellWR
Irving, TXIrving

A big target with good speed, Tennell has pro potential if he develops.

4 stars6'5"200Oklahoma
#43LeSean McCoyRB
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

When he gets his grades in order, McCoy will make an impact on college football.

4 stars5'11"204Miami (FL)
#44Butch LewisDT
Aurora, CORegis Jesuit

Multiple college programs coveted Lewis ability on both sides of the ball.

4 stars6'6"280USC
#45Jonas MoutonDB
Venice, CAVenice

Michigan won a late recruiting battle with Texas and USC.

4 stars6'2"212Michigan
#46Maurice EvansDE
Middle Village, NYChrist The King

Evans showed his pass-rushing ability at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'3"245Penn St.
#47Jarred FaysonATH
Tampa, FLHillsborough

Tremendous speed and versatility made Fayson a big get for the Gators.

4 stars6'0"184Florida
#48Derrick HillDT
Oakland, CAMcClymonds

Hill will keep his nasty game in the Bay Area at Berkeley.

4 stars6'1"278California
#49Tim HawthorneWR
Homewood, ALHomewood

Size, speed and elusiveness set Hawthorne apart.

4 stars6'2"199Auburn
#50Charles ScottRB
Jonesboro, LAHodge

Scott is a powerful runner who is talented enough to play defense if needed.

4 stars6'0"215LSU
#51Darrin WallsDB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Walls was the top prospect in Western Pennsylvania.

4 stars6'0"172Notre Dame
#52Deantwan WhiteheadDE
Birmingham, ALWest End

The sky is the limit for Whitehead.

4 stars6'6"245Louisville
#53Chykie BrownDB
Houston, TXNorth Shore

Brown rivaled any corner in the country during his senior season.

4 stars6'1"175Texas
#54Demetrius JonesQB
Chicago, ILMorgan Park

There isn’t a QB in this class that plays with more moxie than Jones.

4 stars6'3"192Notre Dame
#55Connor SmithOL
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Buckeye legacy will make an impact in Columbus.

4 stars6'6"300Ohio St.
#56Tervaris JohnsonDB
Miami, FLMonsignor Pace

The top prospect in traditionally talent-rich Dade County.

4 stars6'2"211Miami (FL)
#57Vondrell McGeeRB
Longview, TX

McGee’s balance and tenacious running style give him the chance to be great.

4 stars5'10"190Texas
#58Antonio Logan-ElOL
Forestville, MDForestville High

One of the most bizarre recruiting announcements ever.

4 stars6'4"307Penn St.
#59Ryan HillDB
Tallahassee, FLRickards

Speed and athletic ability give Hill the tools for success.

4 stars6'0"178Miami (FL)
#60Allen WalkerATH
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Walker can play a number of positions at Ole Miss.

4 stars6'2"200Mississippi
#61Jevan SneadQB
Stephenville, TXStephenville

Will we see Snead lead the Longhorns this season?

4 stars6'3"205Texas
#62Derek SimmonsDE
Fairfield, CAArmijo

Simmons was one of the top overall prospects on Southern Cal’s board.

4 stars6'4"268USC
#63J'Marcus WebbOL
Mesquite, TXNorth Mesquite

Webb has the raw tools to be a dominant tackle in the Big 12.

4 stars6'8"285Texas
#64Justin BorenOL
Pickerington, OHNorth

Boren will be a 2-3 year plug in the middle of the Michigan line.

4 stars6'3"319Michigan
#65Akeem HebronLB
Gaithersburg, MDGood Counsel

A prototypical UGA defensive player, Hebron runs around and hits people.

4 stars6'1"195Georgia
#66David AusberryWR
Lemoore, CALemoore

More consistency catching the ball is all Ausberry is missing.

4 stars6'4"213USC
#67Michael MorganLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

As Morgan continues to grow, so does his pro potential.

4 stars6'2"200USC
#68Jake LockerQB
Ferndale, WAFerndale

Can the West’s top quarterback lead the Huskies back to prominence?

4 stars6'3"210Washington
#69Damon McDanielWR
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

McDaniel wanted to be his own man and chose Florida State.

4 stars6'0"192Florida St.
#70Emmanuel MoodyRB
Coppell, TXCoppell

Some say that Moody was by far the best back in Texas.

4 stars6'1"195USC
#71Devin RossDB
Rancho Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga

Despite his size, Ross can cover with the best of them.

4 stars5'11"185Arizona
#72J.B. WaltonOL
Indian Head, MDLackey

Walton is a nasty blocker who could also play defense.

4 stars6'3"275Penn St.
#73Knowshon MorenoRB
Middletown, NJMiddletown South

Big-time runner between the tackles with the speed to get outside.

4 stars5'11"205Georgia
#74Raeshon McNeilDB
Mocksville, NCDavie County

McNeil showed off his coverage ability in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'0"175Notre Dame
#75NaDerris WardTE
Oakland, CAMcClymonds

Ward could develop into the next Leonard Pope in Athens.

4 stars6'5"247Georgia
#76Marcus SimsLB
Tallahassee, FLNorth Florida Christian

Little brother will follow in Ernie’s footsteps.

4 stars6'0"211Florida St.
#77Deon BeasleyATH
Orange, TXWest Orange Stark

Beasley is an explosive threat on offense.

4 stars5'10"160Texas
#78Jeremiha HunterLB
Harrisburg, PAHarrisburg

Hunter has the tools to be a star in Iowa City.

4 stars6'2"220Iowa
#79Charles DeasDT
Ft. Lauderdale, FLDillard

Despite missing his senior season, Deas is a dominant DT.

4 stars6'4"315LSU
#80Isiah WilliamsQB
Chicago, ILChicago Vocational

The cannon-armed Williams should play early at Illinois.

4 stars6'2"207Illinois
#81Konrad ReulandTE
Mission Viejo, CAMission Viejo

Reuland will become a big target in Charlie Weis’ offense.

4 stars6'6"239Notre Dame
#82Derrick OdomLB
Jackson, MSCallaway

The rangy Odom has good speed and is a disruptor.

4 stars6'2"196LSU
#83Darian HaganDB
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Hagan has excellent ball skills in the secondary.

4 stars5'11"180California
#84Anthony LewisLB
Haltom City, TXHaltom

Being part of “The Wrecking Crew” fits Lewis perfectly.

4 stars6'2"220Texas A&M
#85Dorin DickersonATH
Imperial, PAWest Allegheny

Dickerson will be an upgrade whichever position he chooses.

4 stars6'2"202Pittsburgh
#86Lamarr HoustonDE
Colorado Springs, CODoherty

Projects as an interior defensive lineman, and a good one.

4 stars6'2"257Texas
#87Terry GrantRB
Lumberton, MSLumberton

Grant has the jets to develop into a homerun threat.

4 stars5'10"180Alabama
#88Raymond SmallWR
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The wiry Small will have his share of moments in C-Bus.

4 stars5'10"173Ohio St.
#89Jared NortonLB
Rowlett, TXRowlett

A great senior season propelled Norton into the Rivals100.

4 stars6'3"232Texas
#90DeAndre McDanielDB
Tallahassee, FLGodby

McDaniel’s ball skills make him a future star at safety.

4 stars6'0"185Clemson
#91Adam PattersonDT
Columbia, SCRichland Northeast

May be better-suited for middle linebacker in the Big Ten.

4 stars6'2"256Michigan
#92Josh FreemanQB
Grandview, MO

Has all the tools to be a very nice quarterback.

4 stars6'6"231Kansas St.
#93Greg MathewsWR
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Big-time hands and leaping ability make Mathews a threat.

4 stars6'2"189Michigan
#94Jeremy RickerQB
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Is Ricker the answer for the Terps?

4 stars6'2"201Maryland
#95Damian WilliamsWR
Springdale, ARSpringdale

Mustain’s favorite target was a big late pick-up for the Hogs.

4 stars6'1"180Arkansas
#96Kylan RobinsonRB
Tampa, FLChamberlain

Big, shifty and explosive Robinson could play this year.

4 stars6'1"215Miami (FL)
#97Jared MitchellWR
New Iberia, LAWestgate

One of the top athletes in Louisiana also is a standout baseball prospect.

4 stars5'11"197LSU
#98Earl AlexanderATH
Phenix City, ALCentral

Unlimited upside once he learns a position.

4 stars6'4"200Alabama
#99Riley CooperATH
Clearwater, FLCentral Catholic

Big and fast, Cooper will pose problems for teams that play the Gators.

4 stars6'4"208Florida
#100Justin AndersonOL
Ocilla, GAIrwin County

A road-grader who will help the Dawgs continue to run the ball well.

4 stars6'5"320Georgia

Rivals.com: The Rivals100 2006

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