Sunday, August 27, 2006

Class of 2007: Quarterbacks

Here is my listing of the top quarterbacks in the Class of 2007. The rankings, thumbnails, and offer lists (schools abbreviated in caps at the end of each thumbnail)were done in early summer and I have only made very slight modifications to include recent verbals as my current focus is on the Class of 2008. I will be rolling out the other Class of 2007 positions over the next few days.


1 Jimmy Clausen QB 6'3 200 4.70 Westlake Village Oaks Christian California Notre Dame Clausen is considered by many scouts to be the top overall prospect in the Class of 2007. His older brothers, Casey and Rick, were quarterbacks at Tennessee and Jimmy is considered to be a far superior prospect than his older brothers. Some have called him the LeBron James of football. Playing for a talent-laden Oaks Christian program against poor competition, Clausen has put up stellar numbers. As a junior he completed 156 of 231 pass attempts (67.5 percent) for 2,778 yards and 30 touchdowns. He threw just five interceptions. As a sophomore his numbers were even more impressive, completing 227 of 329 passes (68.9 percent) for 3,665 yards and 57 touchdowns while throwing just six interceptions. He has all the skills to star at the highest level: Tremendous arm strength, a quick release, great touch, excellent technique in throwing the ball, good running skills and escapability, leadership ability and the ability to play under composure. One college coach said the following: "Clausen is just so fundamentally sound. You can see that he comes from a family of quarterbacks. His arm strength is exceptional and he throws the ball with great touch. He is one of the few prep quarterbacks I have ever seen who can make all the throws." Another coach agreed with that assessment but added "the one question with him is that he has played on a team with great talent around him. There are a couple of other national top 50 type prospects on that team in Tyler and Jones and on top of that they've got another seven or eight classmates who are legit D1 kids. Oaks Christian is a small school so they don't play against real tough competition, so we really haven't seen Clausen tested in close games. That being said, you can't really hold that against him as he has done everything that you could hope a QB to do at the prep level." Clausen committed to Notre Dame in April. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CIF-Southern Section; 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-CAL-Small Schools-AS; 1-Los Angeles Times-Area; 1-Ventura County Star-County; 1-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 1-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-CAL-Ventura/SB/SLO-PS-Area Offers: 45+ January 2006 Os: OREST,MS,FLA,FSU,SCAR,USC,ND,MICH,etc...

2 Ryan Mallett QB 6'6 235 4.90 Texarkana Texas High Texas Michigan What an arm! The legend commenced at the Nebraska summer camp after his freshman year when he wowed spectators in the longball competition with a third-place toss of 63 yards. Word out of the 2005 Michigan summer camp was that he was the most impressive player they had ever seen come through the camp. Blessed with tremendous size, power and arm strength, Mallett is the latest in a recent trend of top quarterback prospects emerging out of Texas. He could well be the best of the bunch. As a junior he completed 63% of his passes for 2,219 yards and 21 TDs. As a sophomore he completed 153 of 316 passes for 2307 and 19 TDs. He is my top prospect in the state of Texas. Some scouts actually feel that Mallett is a superior quarterback prospect to Clausen. He certainly has better size and a stronger arm, and if we were rating the two head-to-head at another position perhaps Mallett would have the edge. However, quarterback is the most cerebral of positions where intangibles such as leadership, composure under pressure and the ability to read defenses are often the keys to success and the reasons why a Joe Montana or Tom Brady are superstars while strong-armed talents such as Ryan Leaf, Tim Couch and Jeff George are not. That's not saying that Mallett won't become a future superstar. He certainly has displayed the skill set at an early age of a certain Dan Marino. I'm just pointing this out as to why I chose to rank Clausen just above Mallett in "absolute" terms. At the end of the day they are both outstanding prospects and in "relative" terms there are teams where Mallett would be a better fit than Clausen. One coach had the following to say about Mallett: "Tremendous arm strength. He just has a bazooka for an arm. Most surprising is that he really has nice touch on his throws, something you don't see too often with young, strong-armed talents like Mallett. He could really be special." He committed to Michigan in April. HM-AP-4A-AS; 1-District 12-4A (co-MVP); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: 10+ March Os: ARK,MICH,TEX,FSU,NEB,AL,MS,OK

3 John Brantley QB 6'4 175 4.64 Ocala Trinity Catholic Florida Texas Brantley is the top QB in the Deep South and has a load of early offers to back-up that status. As a junior he completed 177 of 284 passes for 2,835 yards and 41 TDs while throwing just five interceptions, leading Trinity Catholic to the Class 2B state title. As a sophomore he passed for 1,201 yards and 17 touchdowns, throwing only one interception He also shows good escapability and running ability. An intelligent, well-schooled QB, much in the line of Jimmy Clausen and Will Korn. Has great accuracy. Looked exceptional at the Elite 11 and was named the top QB at the event. Committed to Texas in April. 2-FSWA-2B-AS; 22-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) Offers: 24 March Os: SCAR,FLA,TEN,ND,TEX,FSU,NCST,LOU,OK,MIA,AL,GA,GT,LOU

4 Will Korn QB 6'2 215 4.70 Duncan Byrnes South Carolina Clemson Korn committed in July 2005 to Clemson, so he may be a bit overlooked in some of the later recruiting rankings but, make no mistake about it, he is an elite talent and one of the top 4-5 QBs in the nation. As a junior he completed 267 of 395 passes for 4,016 yards and an incredible 53 TDs (a state record). He rushed for 885 yards and ten more scores. As a sophomore Korn threw for 2,997 yards and 31 TDs. He has led his team to consecutive state championships. He has won every prep football award imaginable in South Carolina. Nice arm and great footwork. One coach said the following about him: "The best quarterback east of the Mississippi. Sort of the eastern version of Jimmy Clausen. Has a real nice arm and can really thread the needle on his passes. Has those intangibles that all coaches are looking for at the position. Just a lot of football smarts. Also runs very well." Just a great addition to Clemson! Top 12-SCAR-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); 1-Orlando Sentinel-All-Southern Team; 1-AS; 1-The State-AS; 1-AP-AS; GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); Gatorade State PoY; Top 5 South Carolina Underclassmen Charlotte Observer, (August 14, 2005); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) Offers: CLEM,SCAR,FLA,GT,UNC

5 Mike Paulus QB/DB 6'5 220 4.90 Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy New York North Carolina If Korn is the eastern version of Clausen, then Paulus is the eastern version of Mallett. Taller and stronger-armed than his older brother (current Duke starting point guard and former prep-AA QB) Greg, Paulus has an early offer list among QBs as impressive as anybody except Clausen. In his first season as a starter he threw for 2,100 yards, 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Like Greg he plays basketball, but football is his D1 future. He has tremendous arm strength and accuracy but needs to get stronger, work on his footwork and improve his timing. He committed to North Carolina in April. 3-NYSWA-AA-AS; HM-Pre-CNY Offers: 24 April Os: NCAR,MS,DUKE,MD,MIA (OH),LOU,AZST,WISC,NCST,PITT,RUT,UVA,WAKE,MICH, SYR,TEN, NW,GT,AL,TEN,LSU,GA,STAN,USC

6 Tyrod Taylor QB 6'0 185 4.55 Hampton Virginia Virginia Tech Tyrod is the best QB to emerge out of Hampton since national prep player of the year Ron Curry in the 1990s. Like Curry, he is a dual-threat QB who can beat you with his arm and with his feet. Unlike Curry, he will just be playing football at the next level even though he alo excels in hoops. Some think he is the top QB (and overall prospect) in Virginia, others think it's Peter Lalich. They are different types of QBs and each should thrive in the right offense. As a junior he led his team to the Group AAA Division 5 State Championship while passing for 1,544 yards and nine touchdowns and rushing for 1,044 yards and 21 touchdowns. As a sophomore he completed 97 of 169 passes forr 2,062 yards and 20 touchdowns while throwing 5 interceptions. He rushed for 714 yards and 14 TDs. Tyrod is hard worker with a fine arm with excellent accuracy. His running skills follow in the tradition of such local products as the Vick brothers and Curry. He is the complete package as a QB. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. Top 13 Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006; 1-AP-AAA-AS; 1-Eastern Region (Coaches) (ATH) Offers: VT,UNC,MD,TEN,UVA,FSU,NCAR,MS,NCST,PSU,GT,FLA

7 John Chiles QB/WR/ATH 6'1 193 4.39 Mansfield Summit Texas Texas Already drawing comparisons to a certain Vince Young due to his all-purpose skills. Amazing for a QB prospect who has only thrown 2 TD passes entering his senior year. Everybody knew that Chiles was an outstanding athlete capable of playing several positions at the D1 level (QB/WR/DB). But it wasn't until the 2006 combine season began that he was able to strut his stuff as a QB. What he has shown has people all over the Longhorn state excited. He has a cannon for an arm and can make all the throws with fine touch. Downright scary when you combine that arm with his athleticism and sub-4.4 speed! His senior year will be his first full-time season at QB and look for him to explode. He transferred from Carrolton Ranchview to Summit for his junior year. As a sophomore at Ranchview, a 3A school, he completed 27 of 79 passes for 426 yards and 1 TD and rushed for 317 yards on 75 carries. As a junior at Summit he split his time playing QB and WR. He rushed for 491 yards and 9 TDs, passed for 231 yards and 1 TD and had 26 receptions for 694 yards and 8 TDs. His best years are ahead of him and I really look forward to seeing how he performs under game conditions at QB his senior season. Committed to Texas in March. 1-District 4-5A (OFF-MVP); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005; QB) Offers: OK,OKST,A&M,NEB,ND,TEX,FLA

8 Peter Lalich QB/TE 6'5 235 4.68 West Springfield Virginia Virginia Lalich challenges Tyrod Taylor as the top overall prospect in Virginia. He's a different type of QB than Taylor, a big, tall, dropback passer with an outstanding arm and the athleticism to also play another position such as TE at the D-I level. He's too talented of a QB to move, however, and really strutted his stuff at the U.S. Army Combine in San Antonio in January. He has a quick release, strong arm and throws with great accuracy. As a sophomore he had 950 yards of total offense and 13 TDs even though he wasn't a full-time starter at QB. As a junior he passed for over 2,700 yards and 22 TDs. He's also an excellent student with a 3.5 GPA. One of the nation's best. He committed to Virginia in April. HM-Washington Post-Metro; 2-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia Offers: UVA,OHIO,PITT,MIA,UCLA, NCST,MICH,MS

9 Aaron Corp QB/ATH 6'3 185 4.60 Orange Lutheran California USC Aaron has emerged as one of the top 3 quarterbacks in California after putting together back-to-back outstanding campaigns for a strong Orange Lutheran team. As a sophomore, he completed 135 of 215 passes (63%) for 1909 yards, 11 TDs and just 2 INTs. As a junior, he passed for 1,800 yards and 15 TDs while rushing for 650 yards and 8 TDs. He has decent arm strength (with a tendency to overthrow that can be corrected), good mobility, plays well under pressure and isn't afraid to mix it up. He's a national level recruit and should not be overlooked with the presence of Clausen and Forcier in-state. He would have been the top senior quarterback in the state a year ago. He committed to USC in May. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-QB/RB); 1-CIF-Division VI-Southern Section; 10-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-Orange County Offers: AZ,ORE,UCLA,CAL,NEB,WASHST,COL,AZST,MS,WASH,USC

10 Pat Bostick QB 6'2 196 4.80 Lancaster Manheim Township Pennsylvania Pittsburgh As a junior Bostick was already considered by many to be a better prospect than senior in-state QBs Pat Devlin and Zach Frazer. He has looked very good at various combines and was just edged out by Peter Lalich for honors as the top QB at the San Antonio All-American Combine in January. He has a quick release and throws with velocity, accuracy and excellent touch. He plays in a sophisticated offense and is good in his progressions. He also has fine footwork. He's just so technically sound. As a junior, Bostick completed 63 % of his passes for 2,820 yards and 34 TDs while just throwing 6 INTs. As a sophomore, he completed 188 of 315 passes for 2,278 yards, 28 TDs and just 8 INTs . A national recruit. He committed to Pittsburgh in May. 1-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 1-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-AP-AAAA-AS; 2-Keystone Recruiting-All-State; 1-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS Offers: LOU,PITT,UCONN,MS,MD,GA,NCST,TEN,IA

11 Jarrett Lee QB 6'2 187 4.99 Brenham Texas LSU Lee is one of the top 3 QBs in Texas. He enjoyed a huge junior year, completing 234 of 347 passes for 3,400 yards and 40 TDs, while throwing just 8 INTs. As a sophomore he played at 4A Brownwood and completed 92 of 182 passes for 1519 yards and 12 TDs. He's a pocket-passer who possesses excellent accuracy and throws a nice deep ball. He has a very quick release. Lacks great straight line speed but has surprising agility and quickness (4.25 shuttle). He committed to LSU in May. 1-Greater Houston 4A-Area (MVP); 1-District 18-4A (Offensive MVP); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: HOU,SAM HOU ST,NEB,TCU,KANST,WIS,LSU

12 Stephen Garcia QB 6'4 212 4.65 Tampa Jefferson Florida Garcia leads a Jefferson team that has produced loads of talent in recent years. He can beat you with his arm or with his legs. As a junior, he passed for 2,359 yards and 24 TDs. He also rushed for more than 600 yards and 8 TDs. As a sophomore, he threw for 2,627 yards and 26 touchdowns. He has nice height, a quick release and has gotten stronger and filled out over the past year. A hard worker and tremendous leader. He looked very good at the Elite Eleven camp. 2-FSWA-4A-AS; 2-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast; 1-Tampa Tribune-Hillsborough County; 6-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) Offers: FLA,SCAR,MS,AUB,LOU,AL,FSU, CFLA,GA,IAST,IA,KAN,RUT,ND,MSST

13 Chris Forcier QB/WR/DB 6'3 178 4.44 San Diego St. Augustine California UCLA Forcier is the middle of three talented quarterbacking brothers. Older brother Jason is playing at Michigan while his younger brother Robert, who may wind up being the best of the bunch, is just a freshman in high school. Like older brother Jason, Chris is a dual-threat QB who an beat you with both his arm and his feet. However, he's taller, faster and has a better arm than Jason and will be a bit more heavily recruited. He is very athletic and posted the sort of test figure at combines his sophomore year that one would expect of a star senior WR or RB, such as his 4.12 shuttle, 4.51 forty and 30-inch vertical. He enjoyed an exceptional junior season, leading St. Augustine to the CIF-San Diego Section title and being named Division III Player of the Year. He completed 163 of 272 passes for 2,382 yards and 31 TDs. He also rushed for an additional 415 yards and 4 TDs. Has also looked great at 2006 combines (4.44, great 3.97 shuttle). He ranks just behind Jimmy Clausen among California quarterbacks. Committed to UCLA in April. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-QB/RB); 1-CAL-Medium Schools-AS (QB); 2-San Diego Union-Tribune-Area; 2-Hall of Champions-San Diego Section Team Offers: SDST,WISC,MS,MSST,ORE,NEB, A&M, UCLA,UNLV,MIN,MIA,BC,BAY

14 Keith Nichol QB 6'2 185 4.55 Lowell Michigan Michigan State Nichol is without a doubt the top QB in the midwest and one of the nation's best. He has a strong arm, quick release, great athleticism and, like current Spartan Drew Stanton, can really run the ball. As a junior he was named the AP's Class A state player of the year. Here is what Jane Bos of the Grand Rapids Press had to write about him aftetr his junior season: "Before Keith Nichol took one snap as a junior quarterback at Lowell High School, he had led the Red Arrows to an unbeaten season and a state championship, earned Class A all-state first-team honors and verbally committed to Michigan State. This season, the 6-foot-1, 180-pounder missed repeating as state champion. But he did repeat as an all-stater and even one-upped that, earning the Associated Press' Class A Player of the Year award, released today. And Nichol still has one year to go. 'Keith is without question the best quarterback in the state of Michigan regardless of class,' Lowell coach Noel Dean said. 'He is a great leader and a hard-working kid.' The Red Arrows, who lost to Division 2 runner-up Hudsonville in the regional round, posted a 23-2 record with Nichol as a starter. Hudsonville lost 14-7 to Birmingham Brother Rice in Friday's title game. This season, Nichol rushed 168 times for 1,110 yards and 21 touchdowns. He also completed 108-of-171 passes for 2,163 yards and 18 touchdowns. He was sacked just five times, threw only four interceptions and had one fumble. He also did not play in the fourth quarter of four games, and he missed three quarters because of an ankle injury. 'He is just an incredibly gifted quarterback that has worked very hard at his craft, without question,' Dean said. 'Keith has a lot of God-given talent and he has not put it to waste.' As a sophomore, Nichol completed 104-of-143 passes for 2,125 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also ran 117 times for 765 yards and 16 touchdowns. Even with a year left in high school, he has thrown fewer than 300 passes, yet his career yardage total (4,144 yards) ranks him in the top 20 all-time in the state; He committed back in Julky 2005 to Michigan State and is perhaps the Spartans' most important recruit since Charles Rogers. 1-News-A-AS; 1-AP-A-AS (PoY); HM-Freep-AS; 1-GR Press-Area; Offers: MICHST,PUR,WISC,CIN

15 Jason Munns QB 6'5 228 4.99 Kennewick Southridge Washington BYU It's a great year for quarterbacks in Washington and Munns is the leader of the pack. He's your classic, strong-armed, tall and athletic (surprisingly fast 4.18 in the shuttle and a 28-inch vertical) northwestern QB who would make a great TE if he didn't have a bazooka for an arm. The top overall prospect in Washington, he has an excellent arm with good accuracy and great escapability as a runner. He can make all the throws. As a junior, Munns completed 62% of his passes for 2,718 and 32 TDs and just 8 INTs. He also rushed fore 8 TDs. As a sophomore he passed for 2,297 yards and 31 TDs. A national recruit. He committed to BYU in June. Top WA QB (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006); 2-4A-AS (QB) Offers: WASHST,BYU,AZST,UTAH

16 Joe Haden QB/DB/ATH 5'11 189 4.46 Fort Washington Friendly Maryland Florida Haden is a cat-quick and very athletic QB/Athlete who could excel at QB at the next level with the right school. On film, he shows surprising arm strength and accuracy, especially as his throwing motion is a bit unusual. As a junior he completed 101 of 163 passes for 1,959 yards and 22 TDs while rushing for an additional 478 yards and 6 TDs on 52 carries. On defense he posted 60 tackles and 2 INTs from his safety position. He's very athletic (4.25 shuttle, 37-inch vertical) and is a real playmaker with the ball in his hands. Incredibly strong for his size (40 bench reps). Has been compared by some to Ohio State QB Troy Smith. Despite his lack of height, his unique athleticism and grame-breaking ability are too hard to ignore. Has tested through the roof this spring. If he were to grow a couple of inches..... He committed to Florida in July. 3-PS-Dream Team; Top 40 Area (Washington Post-August 2005) Offers: RUT,MARSH,UVA,NCAR,UCONN,GA,TEMP,FLA,AKRON,PITT,GT,OHST,MICH,VANDY,TEN

17 Joshua Nesbitt QB/DB/ATH 6'0 194 4.51 Greensboro Greene County Georgia Right now Nesbitt is more of an athlete than a QB, but his skills are downright scary. He will be a QB in the future because he's too great of a playmaker to not have the ball in his hands, but he could also be an excellent safety. As a junior he led his team to the state title game and put on an amazing display in a losing effort, acounting for over 400 yards ofm total offense and 5 TDs while also intercepting a couple of passes. On the season he had over 4,500 yards of total offense and 56 TDs. He is tremendous running the ball and also has a bazooka for an arm. He's also a warrior on the field. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-GSWA-AA-AS (OFF PoY); 1-Atlanta JC-AA-AS (OFF-PoY) Offers: GA,GT,FSU,DUKE,FLA,NCAR,AUB

18 G.J. Kinne QB 6'3 195 4.60 Gilmer Texas Baylor It's another great year for QBs in Texas and Kinne is among the best. Putting behind a bizarre and near-tragic gunshot wound to his father/coach by a disgruntled fan last year, he came out and enjoyed an exceptional junior season. He led Canton to the state Class 3A title and was named Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year. He completed 228 of 391 passes for 3,410 yards, 35 TDs and 10 INTs. He also had 185 carries for 852 yards and 15 TDs rushing. He has transferred to Gilmer, another 3A school, for his senior year. He has nice size, a solid arm with excellent touch and excellent mobility. One scout had this to say about him: "There are a lot of talented quarterbacks in Texas this year. Mallett is far-and-away the prize, but Kinne emerged from the pack as a junior and proved that he was a winner who could also excel under the duress of what happened with his father. You can tell that he's a coach's son. His mechanics are sound and he's an excellent decsion-maker. He will be very good in college." He committed to Baylor in July. 1-AP-3A-AS (QB-OFF PoY)); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: BAY,AL,NEB,TEN,A&M,OK

19 Samson Szakacsy QB 6'4 181 4.69 Camarillo California USC Szakacsy changed schools early during the 2005 season, moving from small school power St. Bonaventure to Camarillo. He is one of the top 4 QBs in California and has a very similar skill-set to Chris Forcier - tall, lanky, nice arm and unusually quick (remarkable 4.09 shuttle as a sophomore) and athletic for a QB. He was already seeing varsity action as a freshman at St. Bonnie. As a sophomore, sharing time at QB, he completed 111 of 169 passes (65.7%) for 1150 yards and 10 TDs. At Camarillo as a junior he was outstanding, completing 177 of 241 passes (a remarkable 73%) for 1,959 yards and 23 TDs. He's also a great leader. I think that he's one of the most underrated QBs in the country and is similar in a lot of ways to Alex Smith. He would have been the top-rated QB in the state a year ago. He's an outstanding 3.8 student. He committed to USC in May. 16-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005) Offers: ILL,MS,RUT,PUR,STAN,USC

20 Kodi Burns QB 6'2 185 4.60 Fort Smith Northside Arkansas Burns is a dual-threat QB and one of the top 4 prospects in the state. As a junior, he completed 134 of 277 passes for 2,182 yards and 20 TDs. He also rushed for 965 yards and 11 TDs. As a sophomore, he completed 129 of 228 passes for 1,935 yards and 21 scores while rushing for 881 yards and 5 scores. He's also a talented basketball point guard. He has surprising arm strength, having won one long ball competition with a toss of 74-yards. Kodi isn't quite the prospect as last year's star in-state QB, Mitch Mustain, but he's still very, very good and has the offers to prove it. 1-Orlando Sentinel-All-Southern Team; 1-AAAAA West Offers: A&M,ARK,ARKST,MS,KANST

21 Steve Threet QB 6'& 225 Adrian Michigan Georgia Tech Threet is a tall, strong-armed QB who ranks among the best in the midwest. As a junior, he completed 108 of 238 passes for 1,592 yards, 20 TDs and 11 INTs. He has a very strong arm, reads defenses well and has good leadership skills. With the presence of such in-state talents as Keith Nichol, and Justin Siller at the position, people should not overlook Threet. One scout had this to say about him: "He has the great size and arm that colleges look for in a QB. He can really wing it. He should receive numerous BSC school offers." Neds to improve his footwork and improve his release mechanics. He committed to Georgia Tech in July. 1-SEC-Red (QB) Offers: IN,GT,MIA(OH),CMU,STAN,ILL,NCST,WISC,CIN,TOL

22 Logan Gray QB 6'2 175 4.45 Columbia Rock Bridge Missouri Georgia Gray is one of the state's top 4 prospects and a national recruit. He will be a three-year starter at Rock Bridge. As a freshman, he backed up Chase Patton (currently at Missouri). His sophomore season he passed for 2,000 yrds and 16 TDs. As a junior, he passed for 2,180 yards and 26 TDs. He's a true dual-threat QB. He has excellent speed (4.45 at a combine) and athleticism (34-inch vertical, 4.44 shuttle). .He has a great arm and very good field awareness. Spread schools such as Florida really like him a lot given his multi-dimensional skills. He committed to Georgia in July. Offers: MO,KAN,KANST,FLA,NCST, NCAR,SCAR,GA,AUB,NEB,CLEM,A&M,MICHST,TEN

23 Nick Fanuzzi QB/ATH 6'3 200 4.60 San Antonio Churchill Texas Miami Fanuzzi is one of the top 5 QBs in Texas. He's a dual-threat QB with an excellent arm and fine running ability. He has some great early offers even though he has only played three games at QB. He was injured in game four of his junior season after averaging 200 yards passing and 100 yards rushing the first three games of the season. As a sophomore, he missed the season with a knee injury. As a freshman, he started for Churchill at RB. His dad played QB at Kentucky and his brother played at Texas Tech. He looked very impressive at the Scout.com Florida Atlantic Combine in May. Committed to Miami in March. Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: KY,MIA

24 Griff Robles QB 6'5 213 4.82 Spanish Fork Utah Utah Robles is one of my super sleepers and among the top QBs in the West. He has a great frame, great arm strength and decent mobility. He plays out of the shotgun in high school. His coach, Scott Brumfield, who played with Boomer Esiason, David Klingler and Jeff Blake in the NFL, told the Daily Herald that Robles "has as strong of an arm as anyone I've played with." As a junior, Robles passed for 1,900 yards and 22 TDs in leading his team into the state semi-finals. He has a great release and surprising escapability out of the pocket. As a mormon, there's a good chance that he will go on a two year mission immediately after high school. He averages about 14 points a game as a forward in basketball. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine season. He committed to Utah in June. Offers: UTAH,AZ,BYU

25 Clay Belton QB 6'7 219 4.90 Clayton Northmont Ohio Belton has tremendous size and very good arm strength. He also has good field awareness. As a junior, playing in a shotgun spread offense, he completed 196 of 320 passes for 2,750 yards, 30 TDs and 10 INTs. He has a 3.8 GPA. Could emerge as the top QB in the state and is definitely one of the best in the midwest. Needs to work on his footwork and throwing mechanics. 7-OH-JRS (December); HM-Ohio News Network-AS; 4-QB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) Offers: BG,DUKE,CIN,KANST

26 Matt Simms QB 6'2 190 4.80 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey Louisville Simms' bloodlines are well-known, being the son of former NFL QB Phil Simms and the brother of current NFLer Chris Simms. He's a different sort of QB than his older brother, not as big or quite as strong-armed. He does, however, bring other skills to the field, including an incredible work effort, great fundamentals and good overall arm strength, accuracy and escapability. Best of all, he's a winner, having led Don Bosco to two consecutive state titles. As a sophomore he completed 72 of 130 passes (55.4%) for 1370 yards, 15 TDs and 8 INTs. As a junior he completed 61% of his passes for 2,739 yards and 30 touchdowns, even though he often didn't play much in the second half. He committed to Louisville in August. 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); 1-AP-AS; 2-NJHS-PS-AS; PS Top 121 NJ JRs Offers: LOU,RUT,BC,NCAR

27 Jake Gelakoska QB 6'4 215 4.52 Mill Creek Jackson Washington Oregon State Gelakoska has a rare combination of great size, exceptional speed and a strong arm. As a junior, he completed 136 of 275 passes (49%) for 1,938 yards, 17 TDs and 6 INTs. He also rushed for 360 yards and 7 TDs. He has exceptional velocity on his throws. Second only to Munns among in-state QBs. One who could really move up in the rankings as he polished his skills. He committed to Oregon State in June. Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-4A-AS (QB); 1-WesCo South (QB) Offers: WASH,WASHST,OREST

28 Cameron Newton QB 6'5 231 4.70 Atlanta Westlake Georgia A similar type of QB as Vince Young, although not quite at his skill level (who is?). As a junior he passed for 2,500 yards and ran for an additional 68 yards. He is tall, athletic (incredible 41-inch vertical) and very strong-armed. He was impressive at the U.S. Army Combine in January. Still quite raw as a QB, he could play several other positions (TE?). Looked very good during 2006 summer camps. Huge upside. He also stars as a power forward in basketball. 2.8 GPA. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Atlanta JC-AAA-AS (ATH-OFF); 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (QB Offers: 12 July Os: MS,VT,LSU

29 Justin Siller QB 6'3 191 4.70 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan Purdue It's a great year for QBs in Michigan, and Siller ranks just behind Keith Nichol among the state's best. A dual-purpose threat who has been surrounded with unbelievable skill talent as a sophomore at since-closed DePorres (David Grimes, Talonnie Russell, Anthony Bowman, Taurian Washington) and as a junior at St. Mary's (Bowman, Washington, Dionte Allen, Aaron Gant), Siller possesses surprising arm strength and accuracy. As a sophomore at DePorres, he passed for 1,680 yards and 24 TDs. As a junior at St. Mary's, he passed for 1,435 yards and 19 TDs, throwing just 1 INT. He also ran for 11 TDs. He's an excellent athlete who can beat you with either his arm or his legs. He can make all the throws. How valuable was Siller to St. Mary's with all that other D-I talent around? With Siller, St. Mary's went 11-0 and beat Brother Rice twice. When Siller went down with an injury in the playoffs they promptly lost to Brother Rice, which went on to win the state title. He committed to Purdue in August. HM-News-A-AS; 1-Eccentric-Area; HM-News-Metro; 2-News-North (B); 1-Catholic-Central Offers: ILL,IN,MIN,NW,LOU

30 Charlie Russell QB 6'3 216 5.01 Morgantown West Virginia West Virginia Russell is a heady, strong-armed, nice-sized QB and the top prospect in West Virginia. As a junior he earned First Team All-State honors after completing 94 of 159 passes for 1,861 yards, 19 TDs and just 6 INTs. He's a perfect 24-0 his last two years as a starter. Committed to West Virginia in March. 1-AP-AAA-AS (QB); 25 Players to Watch (All Classes-August 2005) Offers: WVU,KY,NCST

31 Joe Chaisson QB 6'3 180 Beaumont West Brook Texas Chaisson transferred into West Brook from Beaumont Kelly for his junior season and promptly displaced talented athlete Billy Chavis as the QB. An athletic, dual-threat QB, he passed for 1,646 yards and 13 TDs while adding another 774 yards and 15 scores rushing the ball. He was named District MVP as a junior. Playing TAPPS ball as a sophomore, he completed 94 of 192 passes for 1,510 yards, 15 TDs and just 3 INTs. He also rushed for 881 ards and 10 TDs on 127 carries. 1-District 22-5A-Zone A (OFF-MVP) Offers: IN,IAST,BAY,TEN,MO,LSU,UTEP

32 Brandon Williams QB/DB/ATH 6'4 210 4.50 Beaumont Central Texas Texas A&M Williams is a tall, fast and athletic multi-purpose athlete who wants to play QB in college. As a junior, playing in just nine games due to Hurricane Rita, Williams passed for 859 yards and 9 TDs and rushed for 750 yards. He has really moved up the charts once his film made the rounds. A true dual-threat QB whose best football is ahead of him. He committed to Texas A&M in March. Academics are borderline. 1-District 20-4A (OFF-MVP) Offers: A&M

33 Phillip Bates QB/ATH 6'2 200 4.48 Omaha North Nebraska Iowa State Bates is a dual-threat QB with a nice arm and excellent feet (4.19 shuttle). As a junior, in his first year as a starter, Bates completed 74 of 149 passes for 1,207 yards and 13TDs and 5 INTs. He had 103 carries for 425 yards and 8 TDs. He has the athleticism (32-inch vertical) and speed to play other postions if things don't work out for him at QB. Bates' father, Philip Sr., played at Nebraska and in the NFL. He's one of the top 4 prospects in Nebraska. He committed to Iowa State in April. Top 12 NEB (Winter 2006); HM-Omaha World-Herald-A-AS; HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 1-Class A-District 5 Offers: NEB,IA,IAST

34 Chris Smith QB 6'2 216 4.65 South Point Ohio Marshall Smith is arguably the top QB in Ohio and one of the best in the midwest. He's a dual-threat QB. As a junior, Smith threw for over 1,600 yards and added another 700 rushing. As a sophomore he threw for 1,500 yards. He has a very strong arm and is one tough QB, with a linebacker's mentality. He also stars in track. As a sophomore he finished sixth in the state Division II track meet in the shot put with a put of 54-8.25. He also throws the discus and runs the 4x100-meter relay. Plays against poor competition so summer camps could tell the story here. He committed to Marshall in July. 3-OH-JRS (December); 1-QB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) Offers: WVU,OHIO U.,MARSH,BG,CIN,AKRON,IA

35 Robert Marve QB 6'2 190 4.65 Tampa Plant Florida Alabama An Honorable Mention All-Hillsborough County selection as a junior, Marve has a very strong arm and excellent footwork. He is one of the most improved signal-callers in the nation. As a junior, he completed 12 of 224 passes for 1,813 yards and 17 TDs. He also rushed for 391 yards on 65 carries. As a sophomore, he completed 59 of 135 passes (44%) for 943 yards and 7 TDs. Good bloodlines as his father Eugene played LB in the NFL. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine and camp circuit. He committed to Alabama in June. HM-Tampa Tribune-Hillsborough County Offers: MSST,KAN,EMU,SFLA,UCONN,FLAINT,WMU,WYO,SMS,BUFF, MIDTENST,MIA(OH),AL

36 Chasen Stangel QB 6'1 185 4.80 San Jacinto California UTEP Stangel is one of the fastest-rising QBs in California. He lacks great height but throws a nice ball with excellent touch. As a junior he was named First Team All-Conference after completing 159 of 256 passes for 2,407 yards, 19 TDs and 5 INTs. He had some nice early offers even before impressing at the USC Nike. He committed to UTEP in July. 1-CIF-Division XI-Southern Section (QB) Offers: STHN UTAH,PUR,NMST,NMEX,IDAHO,IDAHO ST,WYO,UTEP,UTAHST,SMU

37 Patrick Witt QB 6'4 210 Wylie Texas Nebraska Witt was a bit off of the recruiting radar in early 2006 after transferring from Georgia state power Lilburn Parkview to Wylie. He has ideal size for a dropback QB and looked very good at the Baton Rouge Nike combine, showing off a powerful arm and excellent touch. He was a rare junior quarterback starter for Parkview, stepping in for his older brother Jeff (now at Harvard). He didn't have to throw the ball much at Parkview with the likes of Caleb King running the ball. Like his brother, he's an outstanding 4.0 student. Wisconsin was the first school to offer him. A real sleeper who is clinbing the charts. Offers: WISC,IN,UTEP,TULSA,BAY,TULANE,TT,PUR,NEB

38 Rontrell Bailey QB/WR/ATH 6'2 199 4.70 Arkadelphia Arkansas Bailey is a dual-threat QB who could also play WR or DB in college. Talented enough as a signal-caller, however, to have earned a trip to the Elite Eleven camp in July. As a junior, he passed for more than 1,300 yards and 16 TDsl while adding another 850 yards rushing and nine more scores. One of the better QB prospects in the south. Offers: MS,LOU,A&M

39 Wesley Carroll QB 6'1 180 4.50 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas Florida Carroll enjoyed an outstanding junior season in leading his talent-laden team to the state Class 5A championship game, where Aquinas fell to powerhouse Lakeland. As a junior he was named First Team All-Broward County after passing for 1,720 yards and 28 TDs. As a sophomore back-up, Carroll completed 27 of 56 passes (48.2%) for 391 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT and a QB rating of 120.97. He also carried the ball 35 times for 123 yards. Carroll possesses a good arm and excellent reading skills. One of the top QBs in Florida. 1-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A; 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large Offers: DUKE,MSST,NCST,CENFLA,PUR

40 Teddy Schell QB 6'5 205 Barrington Illinois Schell is the best QB in Illinois. As a junior, he led his team to the state Class 8A quarterfinals, passing for about 1,200 yards and 11 TDs in a running offense. He's a strong-armed pocket-passer with a great frame, decent mobility and tremendous football smarts. Possessing excellent technique, Schell just needs to get a bit stronger and faster. He's also an exceptional baseball player. 3.8 GPA. 21-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) Offers: RUT,KANST,AZ,NILL,DUKE,EMU

41 Daniel Klein QB 6'3 185 Anaheim Servite California UCLA (Baseball) Klein is one of the top QBs in southern California. He has nice size and a good arm with excellent accuracy. As a junior, he completed 146 of 235 passes for 15 TDs, 10 INTs and a QB rating of 93. As a sophomore, he completed 145 of 253 passes (57.3%) for 1,886 yards, 13 TDs and 12 INTs. He needs to cut down on his interceptions and improve his escapability. Also an excellent baseball prospect (low 90s mph fastball) he committed to play baseball at UCLA. 22-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005) Offers: CAL,UNLV,WASHST,UTAH

42 Nick Foles QB 6'4 210 4.80 Austin Westlake Texas Arizona State Foles is a strong-armed pocket QB who passed for 2,400 yards, 23 TDs and 6 INTs as a junior. He has a bazooka for an arm and excellent accuracy. He also has surprising escapability, rushing for 8 TDs as a junior. 4.0 GPA. One of the top 10 QBs in the state. He committed to Arizona State in May. 3--Central Texas; 1-District 16-5A; Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: MS,DUKE,UTEP,AZST

43 Alton Voss QB/LB 6'3 225 New Port Richey Gulf Florida South Florida Voss is a strong and powerful dual-threat QB and one of the best in Florida. As a junior he rushed for 1,104 yards and 13 TDs while passing for 1,314 and 13 TDs. As a sophomore, he passed for almost 1,000 yards and ran for nearly 400. His family is originally from Michigan. An avid weight-lifter, he played all over on defense, from the line to the secondary. Also plays baseball. 2.8 GPA and 15 on the ACT. He committed to South Florida in August. 1-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast (UT-DEF); 1-Tampa Tribune-Pasco County; 1-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County; 20-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)) Offers: SFLA,MSST,FLA INT

44 L.D. Crow QB 6'2 198 Palm Harbor Countryside Florida Stanford Crow stepped in for departing star Harrison Beck (Nebraska) as a junior and enjoyed a productive campaign, completing 64% of his passes for 1,387 yards, 11 TDs and just 2 INTs in leading his team to a 9-1 record. A pocket-passer, he has a very strong arm and is field-smart. He was very impressive at the 2005 Nebraska summer camp. 4.1 GPA. One of the top 6 QBs in Florida. He committed to Stanford in May. 2-St. Petersburg Times-Pinellas County Offers: RUT,STAN,FLA INTL,MIDTENST

45 Brock Mansion QB 6'5 225 4.75 Dallas Episcopal School Texas California Mansion is a tall and strong-armed QB who can, surprisingly, also beat you with his feet. Mansion transferred from Plano High to Episcopal for his junior year and passed for 1,700 yards and 15 TDs while rushing for over 900 yards and 9 TDs. One of the better QBs in a deep Texas class. He committed to California in June. Offers: BAY,MSST,UTEP,IN,CAL

46 Gilbert Moye QB 6'2 200 4.50 Diboll Texas Moye is an athletic dual-threat QB who can beat you with his arm or his legs. He's a bit of a sleeper to some, as he sat out his junior season after transferring from Class 3A Jasper to Diboll. The local schools, however, know all about him. As a sophomore, he completed 71 of 148 passes for 986 yards and 6 TDs, throwing only 4 INTs. He also carried the ball 130 times for 881 yards and 19 TDs in helping his team reach the Class 3A title game. He needs to do a bettrer job of holding onto the ball. Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: HOU,A&M,MO

47 Skylar Jones QB/DB/ATH 6'0 175 4.30 Middletown Ohio Jones is an athletic QB prospect who has the speed and quickness to play several positions at the next level. As a junior, he carried the ball 140 times for 630 yards and 8 TDs. He completed 145 of 299 passes for 1,974 yards, 21 TDs and 14 INTs. Emerged in the spring as one of the top QBs in Ohio. Offers: MD,MARSH,WVU,KENT ST,BG,WAKE,EMU,BUFF,CIN

48 Stefan Loucks QB 6'3 185 4.70 Little Rock Pulaski Academy Arkansas Texas Tech Loucks plays for a small school powerhouse in Arkansas that is loaded with talent. As a sophomore he put up enormous numbers, completing 357 of 590 passes for 4,392 yards and 43 touchdowns. Believe it or not, his junior numbers were even more impressive, completing 306 of 496 passes for 4,182 yards and 43 touchdowns. With all that passing no wonder teammate RB Broderick Green was such a sleeper for so long! Loucks plays in the shotgun and has a very strong arm, finishing third in one longball competition with a toss of 65 yards. He has a 3.7 GPA. He committed to Texas Tech in July. Offers: ARKST,AUB,NMST,MSST,WYO,CAL,MO,KANN,TT

49 Chris Johnson QB 6'2 203 4.60 Paterson John F. Kennedy New Jersey Johnson is a dual-threat QB with a very strong arm, a tough demeanor and excellent running ability. He is the second best QB in the state after Matt Simms. As a junior he had a total of 2,240 yards running and passing the ball for 23 TDs and 10 INTs. As a sophomore he carried the ball 48 times for 428 yards and 4 TDs and completed 112 of 178 passes for 1626 yards, 7 TDs and 7 INTs. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); 15-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs Offers: UCONN,RUT,SYR,TEMP,DEL,BG,CIN

50 Joe Weatherford QB 6'3 169 5.07 Land O' Lakes Florida Weatherford is the younger brother of Florida State QB Drew Weatherford. As a junior, he was named Second Team All-Pasco County after completing 108 of 195 passes for 1,975 yards, 15 TDs and just 5 INTs. He has good mechanics and nice footwork. Also plays basketball. Needs to fill out to handle college poundings. 3.2 GPA. 2-Tampa Tribune-Pasco County; 2-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County; 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) Offers: FLA INTL,UCONN,LOU

51 Ryan Tannehill QB/DB 6'4 193 4.63 Big Spring Texas Texas A&M Tannehill is a talented and tall dual-threat QB who was a bit under the radar as he played primarily in a running offense. He has looked very good on the summer circuit. He committed to Texas A&M in July. 2-District 4-4A (QB & DB) Offers: HOU,TULSA,NMST,UTEP,A&M,TCU

52 Matthew Ballenger QB 6'3 199 4.90 Nampa Skyview Idaho Colorado One of the top two prospects in Idaho. As a junior, he completed 76 of 142 passes for 1,287 yards and 11 TDs. He rushed for another 112 yards and 3 TDs. Also a talented basketball player. Has looked impressive on the combine circuit, showing off a strong and versatile arm. He committed to Colorado in May. Offers: IDAHO ST,COL

53 James Stallons QB 6'5 180 Macomb Dakota Michigan Wisconsin Stallons is a bit of a sleeper as he plays for a local power that doesn't throw the ball much, but in the playoffs he really came on strong, throwing for over 300 yards against a tough Lake Orion team. On the season, he completed 57% of his passes for 2,200 yards, 18 TDs and 7 INTs. He was very impressive at the 205 Michigan summer camp. He's tall and rangy, with a frame that still needs to fill out. He has a bazooka for an arm, also starring as a pitcher in baseball. He can make all the throws and has good atheticism. He needs to fill out, work a bit on his mechanics as he throws the ball a bit like a baseball pitcher with a long wind-up, and improve his escapability. That being said, with his size and arm he will get some BCS offers down the road and should not be overlooked in a state loaded with quality QBs this year. He committed to Wisconsin in July. HM-News-Metro; HM-News-East; 2-News-East; PS 12 to Watch in MAC Red (Macomb Daily) Offers: EMU,WISC

54 Larry Smith QB 6'2 195 4.60 Prattville Alabama Vanderbilt Smith ia a dual-threat QB with great leadership ability. A solid runner and passer, he lacks great arm strength but has been very accurate and makes few mistakes in throwing the ball. As a junior, he passed for 2005 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushed for 500 yards and 11 touchdowns. He only tossed 2 INTs. As a sophomore, he also started at safety. 3.8 GPA and 21 ACT. The best QB in the state. He committed to Vanderbilt in August. HM-ASWA-6A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-5A/6A-Metro Offers: LOU,VANDY

55 Clint Brewster QB 6'1 187 4.80 Denver Mullen Colorado Illinois Brewster is the top QB in Colorado and one of the best overall prospects in the state. As a junior, he completed 141 of 245 passes for 2,082 yards and 22 TDs. He plays for a school that has produced quite a few D-1 prospects over the years. Led his team to the state title game as a junior. His father, Tim, is an assistant coach with the Denver Broncos. Younger brother Nolan will be a top recruit next year. He committed to Illinois in July. HM-Denver Post-5A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS; 1-Centennial League (5A) Offers: WASHST,SMS,MSST,ILL

56 Jermain Delgardo QB/DB 6'3 238 5.25 Seattle Rainier Beach Washington Delgardo is a tall and athletic QB who led his team to the state Class 3A semi-finals as a junior. He threw 19 TD passes as a junior. He has a rocket for an arm and is a long-strider running the ball. Also a talented basketball player. One of the top three or four QBs in an uber-talented Washington class. Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006); 2-Metro League Sound Division

57 Ronnie Fouch QB 6'1 180 4.96 Redlands East Valley California Washington Fouch enjoyed a very productive junior season, completing 171 of 274 passes (65%) for 2,379 yards and 34 TD while throwing just 4 INTs. He separated his shoulder the last regular season game of the season and had to sit out the basketball season. Rehab has proceeded quite well and he should return to 100%. As a sophomore, hecompleted 105 of 192 passes (54.7%) for 1480 yards, 17 TDs and 3 INTs for a QB rating of 103 and had 11 carries for 6 yards. He can beat you ith both his arm and legs. A real leader on the field, he also has a 3.7 GPA. He committed to Washington in July. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section; 2-CAL-Junior-AS (QB); 1-Citrus Belt League; 13-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005) Offers: ECAR,BOISE ST,WYO,NEV,UTEP,WASH

58 Jamie Hampton QB 6'1 182 5.13 Cedar Bluff Alabama Purdue Hampton is a sleeper QB who plays for a small school in Alabama and earned honorable mention Class 1A All-State honors as a junior after completing 117 of 184 passes (64 %) for 1,989 yards and 35 TDs. He was very impressive during the sumer combine circuit, especially at the Las Vegas Elite 11. Thorws a nice ball and has solid technique. He committed to Purdue in June. HM-ASWA-1A-AS (QB) Offers: PUR

59 David Legree QB 6'5 210 4.80 Brooklyn South Shore New York Syracuse Legree ranks only behind Mike Paulus among Empire State QB prospects. He has great size and leadership skills, a very strong arm and surprising mobility. As a junior, Legree passed for 1,483 yards and 15 TDs. As a sophomore he passed for 987 yards,12 TDs and 2 INTs. Will need to watch his grades. He committed to Syracuse in July. 1-New York City,1-Brooklyn Offers: TOL,WISC,RUT,SYR,DUKE

60 Bryan Mann QB/DB/ATH 6'2 198 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Mann is a talented dual-threat QB who some colleges also see as a safety prospect at the next level. He plays for an absolutely loaded Glades Central program and has the advantage of passing the ball to possibly the most talented WR twosome in the nation in Deonte Thompson and Tarus McKinney. He's a lefty with a pretty strong arm and excellent accuracy. As a junior, he completed 103 of 201 passes for 1,948 yards and 23 TDs. One of the better QBs in Florida. 2-FSWA-3A-AS (UT); 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small; 2-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area; 13-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) Offers: MS,AUB,SFLA

61 Matt Lentz QB/DB 6'3 205 4.55 Greenville South Carolina Lentz enjoyed a tremendous junior season, putting up Will Korn-type numbers in completing 233 of 332 passes for 3643 yards and 44 touchdowns with just 12 interceptions. He also rushed for 785 yards and 16 touchdowns. He is an intelligent dual-threat QB who makes good decisions, has fine mobility, great leadership skills and very good arm strength. Athletic QB who started at FS as a sophomore. Also plays basketball and is an outfielder in baseball. The second best QB in the state after Korn. Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); 3-The State-AS; GoUpstate.com Top 25 3A Players in 2005 Offers: KY,MIDTENST

62 Kyle Newhall-Caballero QB 6'3 195 4.70 Gilbert Arizona Kyle is the top QB prospect in Arizona even though he is still a sleeper on the national level. He has nice size, throws a good ball with excellent accuracy, decent arm strength and a quick release. He has a great work ethic and comes to compete. An injured leg kept him from starting as a sophomore and he didn't see the field until late in the season. As a junior he led his team to the playoffs, completing 60% of his passes for 2,330 yards, with 20 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)

63 B.J. Coleman QB 6'4 210 Chattanooga McCallie Tennessee Tennessee Coleman is a tall and rangy QB who passed for 2,203 yards (134 of 232), 19 TDs and just 3 INTs as a junior. Is tough and intelligent Also plays baseball. Looked good at several summer camps. He committed to Tennessee in June. Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-TSWA-Division II-AS (QB) Offers: TEN

64 Bryson Beirne QB/LB/DB 6'2 215 4.85 Honolulu Mid-Pacific Institute Hawaii Arizona Beirne already made a name for himself during the 2005 coimbine and camping circuit. He is a well-built QB who possesses solid arm strength and touch. Tore his ACL in the middle of his junior season but is expected to be fully healthy for his senior year. He committed to Arizona in June. Offers: AZ

65 Cody Catalina QB 6'4 192 4,72 Greensburg Central Catholic Pennsylvania Syracuse Catalina is one of the top QB prospects in Prennsylvania. He combines nice size with a good arm and very good athleticism (had 7 interceptions on defense as a cornerback!) and escapability. As a junior, he passed for about 1,400 yards and 14 TDs and rushed for another 450 yards and 7 TDs. Has looked pretty good on the combine circuit. He committed to Syracuse in June. 28-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting) Offers: SYR,VANDY,RUT,AKRON,TEMP,BUFF,DEL,NEWHAMP

66 Ike Iloegbu QB/ATH 6'1 185 4.50 Spring Valley Ramapo New York Oregon Ike played as a junior at West Islip St. John the Baptist but has transferred to Ramapo for his senior season. As a junior, he completed 60 of 89 passes for 1,160 yards and 10 TDs. He carried the ball 92 times for 809 yards. A talented dual-threat QB. He committed to Oregon in August. Offers: TEMP,COL,ORE

67 Chris Whitney QB/DB 6'3 215 4.65 Philadelphia St. Joseph's Prep Pennsylvania Whitney is an athletic and nice-sized dual-threat QB who could also play safety or grow into a LB at the next level. As a junior, he completed 90 of 175 passes (51%) for 1430 yards, 16 TDs and just 4 INTs. He also rushed for 554 yards and 9 TDs. From his safety spot he had 2 picks. As a sophomore he had 7 INTs on defense. Has a good arm but needs to improve his accuracy. Plays an intelligent and physical game on both sides of the field. 29-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 17-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-Philadelphia-Inquirer-Southeastern PA (QB) Offers: RUT,TEMP

68 Nathan Dick QB 6'4 190 4.80 Allen Texas Rice Nathan is the younger brother of Arkansas QB Casey Dick. As a sophomore playing on a strong Class 5A team, he backed up his brother and completed 21 of 44 passes for 387 yards, 4 TDs and 4 INTs. As a junior, he completed 133 of 248 passes for 1,942 yards and 14 TDs going into the Southlake Carroll playoff game that his team lost. He looked very good at the Arkansas summer camp in 2005, just a shade less impressive than Ryan Mallett and Mitch Mustain. He's a versatile performer with a nice touch on his passes and great escapability. He committed to Rice in June. Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: SMU,RICE,BAY,HOU,TULSA,LATECH,KAN

69 Kellen Moore QB/DB 6'1 175 Prosser Washington Kellen is yet another talented QB out of Washington. Unlike the other in-staters, however, he lacks the great height that the colleges are looking for. Nevertheless, he is extremely effective at throwing the ball and put up monster numbers as a junior, passing for a state-record 66 touchdowns and nearly 4,600 yards, completing 317 of 479 passes. As a sophomore he passed for 2452 yards and 39 TDs. He plays in a wide-open spread ofense and is effective both inside and out of the pocket. He has good mobility, excellent accuracy, and pretty good arm strength. Colleges would be wise to overlook his lack of height. Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 1-AP-3A-AS (QB); 2-3A-AS (QB)

70 Dan Persa QB/DB 6'1 201 4.59 Liberty Pennsylvania Northwestern Persa is a dual-threat QB who has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit. He has great speed and quickness (great 3.93 shutle) for a QB. As a junior, he completed 122 of 181 passes for 1,826 yards, 25 TDs and just 4 INTs. He also carried the ball 101 times for 775 yards and 8 TDs in leading his team to the State AAAA championship game. As a sophomore, Persa passed for 1,283 yards, 9 TDs and 7 INTs. He committed to Northwestern in June. 27-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) Offers: WVU,UCONN,AKRON,TEMP,NW

71 Blair Peterson QB 6'3 220 4.70 ex-San Antonio Wilson (Mormon Mission) Texas Peterson actually graduated from Wilson in 2004, however he will be returning from a Mormon Mission later this year and will enroll in college in January of 2007. He is a well-schooled, srong-armed pocket passer. He has good mobility and can really launch the ball downfield. His father, John, is an NFL scout with the Seattle Seahawks. A couple of years ago he had offers from Florida and Louisville. Offers: IDAHO,NMST,UTEP

72 Mitchell Evans QB/DB 6'2 188 4.78 West Milton Union Ohio Evans is a small-school star who emerged after an outstanding junior sason as one of the very best QB prospects in Ohio. Very athletic, he can beat you with his arm and his feet. As a junior, he earned First Team Division IV All-State honors after passing for 1,900 yards and 20 TDs. He also rushed for 513 yards and 5 TDs. On defense, this versatile athlete recorded 67 tackles and 6 INTs. Pretty good arm, solid thgrowing mechanics and a very cerebral player on the field who makes the right calls and knows how to win. 1-AP-Division IV-AS; 10-QB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) Offers: EMU,OHIO U,KENT ST,EKY

73 Ryan Osiecki QB 6'4 196 5.03 Seymour Connecticut Osiecki has a nice frame and pretty good arm. He also has real football savvy. Osiecki is the protypical quarterback, in terms of size and strength. He also has been groomed well, thanks to the influence of his father, Sandy, a former Arizona State QB who played several years in the NFL. He has started since his freshman year. As a sophomore, he completed 82 of 137 passes (59.9%) for 1526 yards, 22 TDs and 7 INTs for a QB rating of 117. He also carried the ball 10 times for 51 yards and 2 TDs. As a junior, Osiecki passed for more than 1,000 yards, 22 TDs and 12 INTs. Needs to work on his mobility.

74 Kevin Decker QB 6'3 172 4.90 Greenwich Brunswick Connecticut Decker was a Boston Globe All-New England Prep School selection as a junior and is undefeated as a starter (26-0) in a run stretching back to his freshman year. He has led his team to three consecutive New England championships. As a junior, he passed ofr 2,051 yards and 30 touchdowns on 120-for-199 (60%) passing and a QB rating of 116. As a sophomore in 10 games completed 103 of 170 passes (61.0%) for 1477 yards and 18 TDs. For his career, he has 4,143 yards and 53 touchdowns. Decker throws a nice ball, with good velocity and acurracy. He has nice size and is a pretty good athlete. He lacks great quickness but has some escapability skills. He has outshined some more highly touted QB prospects during the 2006 combine circuit. 1-Boston Globe-: NEPSAC MVPs

75 Cannon Smith QB 6'1 185 4.80 Olive Branch Mississippi Memphis Great name for a QB. Cannon transferred to Olive Branch from Memphis Christian Brothers in January 2006. Before breaking his hand about half-way through his junior season, he passed for about 1,000 yards, 9 TDs and just one INT. He repeated his freshman year in high school so in order to be eligible as a senior he had to play for a Mississippi school. 3.1 GPA. Some consider him to be the top QB prospect in Mississippi. He committed to Memphis in May. Offers: MS,TULANE,MEMPHIS

76 Danny Dembry QB/WR/ATH 6'3 180 4.60 Ahoskie Hertford County North Carolina Dembry is a versatile and athletic combo-QB who could project at WR or as a safety in college due to his nice combination of size and speed. As a junior, he rushed for 900 yards and 11 TDs and passed for 600 yards and 6 TDs. As a sophomore, he completed 48 of 110 passes for 8 TDs and carried the ball 99 times for 865 yards and 8 TDs. Danny also passed for 48-110-865 and eight more TDs. Solid student. Offers: ECAR,NCST,KY

77 Willie Campbell QB 6'2 180 Kissimmee Osceola Florida Campbell is an athletic dual-threat QB who could also play WR or safety at the next level. Camnpbell is a real playmaker awho can break open a game with either his legs or feet. A true sleeper on the national stage. Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)

78 Darryl McFadden QB 6'2 215 5.05 Charlotte Independence North Carolina East Carolina McFadden has put up tremendous numbers playing for the powerful Independence program, which has produced some pretty good QBs over the years (remember Chris Leak?). Some, however, believe that he is more a product of the system than a legitimate all-american QB. He has pretty good size and quickness (4.53 shuttle) and a good arm. He needs to cut down on his interceptions and improve his accuracy. As a junior, he completed 230 of 464 passes (50%) for 3,877 yards, 33 TDs and 15 INTs in earning First Team All-Area honors from the Charlotte Observer. He committed to East Carolina in July. Top 50-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Charlotte Observer-Area; 1-Charlotte Observer-Mecklenburg; Top 5 Underclassmen Charlotte Observer, August 14, 2005) Offers: MARSH,VANDY,ECAR

79 Chris Hinkley QB 6'4 200 Juneau Douglas Alaska Hinkley is in the process of breaking all sorts of state records as a QB. His junior year he was named First Team All-State and the Gatorade Player of the Year after passing for a state-record 2,289 yards and a state-record 37 TDs while throwing just 8 INTs. He has excellent size and throws a very good ball. He also has excellent agility, as is shown by his abilities as a downhill skier, where he is one of the better junior racers in the country. 3.95 GPA. Could really move up the charts once he proves himself against better competition in camps/combines. Top 60 Alaska (Spring 2006); Gatorade Alaska PoY; 1-AS

80 Nate Brown QB/PK/P 6'3 205 4.79 Harrisburg Pennsylvania The state of Pennsylvania always produces a solid crop of QBs and this year and Brown ranks among the keystone state's best. He has nice size and is athletic (4.31 shuttle). Plays on a talent-laden team so has not put up huge passing numbers. On he rise. 50-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); Midstate PS Top 100 Overall Offers: WVU

81 Roosevelt Byrd QB/ATH 6'1 195 4.70 Foley Alabama Byrd is an athletic QB who is exceptionally effective both running and passing the ball. As a junior, he was a consensus First Team Class 6A All-State selection and was named the Mobile Register's Large School Player of the Year in the Mobile Area. He is perhaps the only player in the nation who both ran and pased for over 2,000 yards in 2005. He rushed for 2,018 yards and 18 TDs and passed for 2,313 yards and 25 TDs. He has excellent arm strength and athletic ability. 1-ASWA-6A-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Mobile Register-4A-6A-Area (OFF-PoY); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-6A-AS (ATH-OFF); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game Offers: MSST

82 Russell Wilson QB/DB 6'0 190 4.53 Richmond Collegiate Virginia North Carolina State Wilson enjoyed an outstanding junior season, so much so that he was one of the very few juniors named to the Orlando Sentinal's All-Southern team. He was also named First Tem All-Metro by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. As a junior, he completed 205 of 361 passes for 3,300 yards and 40 TDs while only throwing 11 INTs. He can also beat you with his feet, as evidenced by his 132 rushes for 700 yards and 15 TDs. Had 4 INTs and 35 tackles from his CB spot. Lacks great height but has a strong and accurate arm and plays with poise. May be a bit overlooked with the presence of Tyrod Taylor and Pete Lalich in-state this year, but that would be a mistake. He committed to North Carolina State in July. 1-Orlando Sentinel-All-Southern Team; 1-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (QB) Offers: DUKE,NCST

83 Phil Haig QB 6'3 190 4.80 Mendota Heights Henry Sibley Minnesota Minnesota Haig has a nice arm, pretty good size and decent mobility. Played in a balanced offense as a junior which included fellow Minnesota verbal RB Andre Tate, so he didn't have to throw the ball too much. He passed for about 1,600 yards, 17 TDs and just 3 INTs as a junior. The top in-state QB prospect. He committed to Minnesota in April. HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS Offers: MIN

84 Brandon Hogan QB/DB/ATH 5'11 170 4.40 Manassas Osbourn Park Virginia West Virginia Hogan is a quick and versatile spread QB. As a junior, he put up huge numbers, rushing for 2,500 yards, passing for about 1,500 and scoring 36 touchdowns. Very, very quick and explosive. Lacks ideal height for a QB. Also a talented cover corner. He committed to West Virginia in June. HM-Washington Post-Metro; 1-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia Offers: WVU,MD,KY

85 A.J. Whitmore QB/ATH 5'9 170 4.50 Nashville Arkansas Kansas State Its a good year for talent in Arkansas and Whitmore has been lost a bit in the shuffle. As a sophomore a 13-1 AAA team, he passed for 2545 yards and 30 TDs and rushed for 1186 yards and 6 TDs. As a junior, he passed for about 2,800 passing yards and rushd for 1,250 rushing yards. Ideal to run the sporead although hne lacks good height. He committed to Kansas State in April. 1-AAA-AS Offers: KANST

86 Cody Endres QB 6'4 215 4.80 Washington Trinity Pennsylvania Connecticut Endres has nice size, a solid arm and surprising mobility. As a junior, he passed for over 1,000 yards in leading his team to the WPIAL AAAA quarterfinals. His father was a QB at Bowling Green. He committed to Connecticut in June. Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting); HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS; HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-WPIAL Offers: AKRON,OHIO U.,UCONN

87 Collier Winters QB/DB/ATH 6'0 184 4.87 Tulsa Booker T. Washington Oklahoma Winters can beat you with both his arm and his feet. He lacks great size but throws the ball with great velocity and accuracy. As a junior, he passed for 1,800 yards, 28 TDs and threw just 4 INTs. Has really emerged during the spring evaluation period as one of the better prospects in Oklahoma. Offers: KAN,NMEX,AIR FORCE,HOU,UTAH ST,OHIO

88 Kirk Cousins QB 6'2 165 5.10 Holland Christian Michigan Cousins has been lost in the shiffle among in-state QBs in part because he missed most of his junior season with a broken ankle. He has looked very impressive at various summer camps and combines and has established himself as a legitimate D-I QB prospect. Needs to fill out a bit but throws a real nice and tight ball and shows excellent accuracy. Offers: NILL

89 Luke Hockaday QB 6'2 180 Decatur Maroa-Forsyth Illinois Hockaday challenges Teddy Schell as the top QB in Illinois this year. As a junior, he passed for 2,450 yards and 35 TDs. Will be a four-year varsity starter. Has looked pretty good at sevarl combines. One of the top overall prospects in downstate Illinois. Offers: EASTERN ILL

90 Chazz Anderson QB 6'1 190 4.55 Pickerington Central Ohio Cincinnati Anderson is an athletic dual-threat QB who passed for over 1,500 yards and 15 TDs and rushed for over 300 yards as a junior. Runs the sprints in track but prefers to stay in the pocket as a QB. His father was a DB in the NFL. He committed to Cincinnati in July. Offers: MIA (OH),TOL,CIN, PUR,IN

91 D.J. Lenehan QB/DB 6'3 190 Easton Wilson Area Pennsylvania Lenehan has a strong (can throw the ball 70 yards) and accurate arm. Coupled wizth his nice size he is one of the better QBs in the state. As a junior, he passed for 2,785 yards and 19 TDs. As a sophomore, he completed 85 of 173 passes for 1,642 yards, 18 TDs and 11 INTs. Athletic enough to also start at safety 41-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AA-AS (AP) Offers: TEMP

92 Andrew Nowels QB 6'4 211 4.80 Lakeland Florida As a junior, Nowels led his team to the state semifinals, passing for 1,962 yards and 16 TDs. As a sophomore, he passed for 1,937 yards and 18 TDs, completing 60% of his passes. He's a big and strong-armed QB, who can throw the deep ball, has good touch and good athleticism. He has earned All-County honors the past couple of years. 3.7 GPA. One of the better QBs in the state. He transferred from Clearwater Central Catholic to Lakeland for his senior year. HM-St. Petersburg Times-Pinellas County; 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) Offers: FLA INTL

93 Matt Moody QB 6'3 213 5.07 Newnan Landmark Christian Georgia Moody ia a well-schooled and nice-sized QB with good arm strength and leadership qualities. As a junior, he completed 56 % of his passes for 2,457 yards and 18 TDs. As a sophomore, he passed for 1,706 yards and 21 touchdowns. He needs to work on his drops as he has played in a shotgun offense. The best pro-style QB in the state. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006); 1-GSWA-A-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-A-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro

94 Drexler Johnson QB/ATH 6'1 185 4.60 Wayne County Mississippi Johnson has had an illustrious prep career, earning Second Team Jackson Clarion-Ledger All-State honors as a junior QB. Possessing great ball skills, as a junior he led his team to the 4A state title. A dual-threat QB, he had 85 carries for 346 yards and 12 TDs and completed 156 of 266 passes for 2,483 yards and 32 TDs. As a sophomore, he had 2,300 yards passing and 23 TDs. As a freshman, thrust into a starting role late in the season he passed for 869 yards and 12 TDs. He has a quick release and is an accurate passer, but lacks a "big" arm. 2-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-AS; Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch

95 Matt Rodgers QB 6'4 184 4,81 Seton-LaSalle Pennsylvania Rodgers is a mature, fairly mobile and nice-sized QB with pretty good arm strength and leadership skills. As a junior, he passed for over 2,100 yards and 20 TDs while rushing for another 7 scores. It was his first season as a starter after backing up Bill Stull (Pittsburgh) as a sophomore. He has looked very good making the combine rounds in 2006. One of the best QBs in Western Pennsylvania. Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)

96 Alex Atiyeh QB 6'5 220 4.70 Bethlehem Catholic Pennsylvania Atiyeh is one of the top QBs on the East Coast. As a junior he pased for over 1,700 yards and 16 TDs. He has great size, a strong and accurate arm, makes good reads and has pretty good mobility for his size. His older brother plays for Pittsburgh and his father played for the Panthers in the 1980s. He may transfer to Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia for his senior season. Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)

97 Thomas Darrah QB 6'6 190 5.00 Newnan Georgia Darreh enjoyed a productive junior year, earning First Team Class AAAAA All-State honors after completing 220 of 355 passes for 2,870 yards, 23 TDs and 11 INTs. Not bad for a first year starter. With his height he can stand tall in the pocket and he throws the ball with decent arm strength and uncanny accuracy. Areas that need improvement include his mobility and strength. 3.5 GPA. Top 75 GA (Winter 2006); 1-GSWA-AAAAA-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-AAAAA-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-Fayette/Coweta (OFF PoY) Offers: TULANE,AKRON

98 Chris Relf QB 6'3 206 4.87 Montgomery Carver Alabama Mississippi State Relf is a nice-sized QB with pretty good arm strength. As a junior, he passed for over 1,500 yards playing in a Wing-T offense. To take advantage of his skills his school will shift to the spread offense his senior season. He has looked pretty good during the 2006 combine circuit, showing off an accurate arm and good escapability (4.32 huttle). He committed to Mississippi State in May. Offers: MSST

99 Dallas Walker QB 6'5 206 4.75 Madison Ridgeland Academy Mississippi Walker's stock is on the rise after an outstanding 2006 combine circuit, showing off his great frame, nice arm strength and surprising escapability (4.75 forty and 4.43 shuttle at Alabama Scout.com combine). His father, Jeff, was an offensive lineman in the NFL. His junior season was his first year at QB as he started at WR as a sophomore. He was already being groomed for the position, however, as he was the QB MVP at the 2005 LSU camp. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch Offers: SMS,MEMPHIS

100 Justin Johnson QB/DB/ATH 6'1 204 4.58 Richardson Berkner Texas Baylor Johnson is a dual-threat QB prospect who could also play WR, OLB or DB in college. As a junior, he carried the ball for over 1,500 yards while passing for almost 400 yards running a triple option offense. As a sophomore, he rushed for 1,080 yards and passed for 600 yards. He committed to Baylor in June. 1-District 10-5A (Offensive MVP) Offers: BAY

101 Mike Cappetto QB 6'5 197 4.89 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan Duke Its a great year for QBs in Michigan and Cappetto is one of the select few who has earned a Division I scholarship. As a junior, he helped lead the powerful Brother Rice program to the state title while completing 49 of 95 passes for almost 1,000 yards, 14 TDs and 5 INTs spliting time at QB in a veer offense. He has a great frame and is an intelligent and tough signal-caller. Lacks great arm strength. He committed to Duke in June. Offers: DUKE

102 Michael Park QB 6'1 190 4.83 Memphis University School Tennessee As a first year-starter at QB, Park led his team to its second consecutive state championship as a junior and some feel that he is the top QB in Tennessee. As a junior he completed 132 of 229 passes for 1,908 yards, 16 TDs and just 6 INTs. He also rushed for 141 yards and a team-leading 9 TDs. Pretty good arm strength but lacks great size. Also an excellent baseball prospect and will need to decide which sport, perhaps both, to pursue in college. 1-TSWA-Division II-AS; 1-Super 7 Coaches-AS; 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Area; 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro Private Schools

103 Drew Kiel QB 6'3 197 4.75 Columbus East Indiana The nephew of former Notre Dame QB Blair Kiel. Arguably the top QB in Indiana. A First Team Class 4A Junior All-Stater in 2005 after completing 141 of 252 passes for 2,102 yards and 18 TDs while throwing just 7 INTs. Also rushed for 5 TDs. Pretty good arm-strength and mobility. Solid student. Brought up to be a QB. SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (QB) Offers: CMU

104 Ryley Hegarty QB 6'3 200 4.90 Aztec New Mexico Offers: NMST

105 Caleb Walter QB/TE/DB 6'4 200 4.87 West Branch Iowa Top 15 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 1-INA-1A-AS; 1-Des Moines
Register-1A-AS Offers: WYO,NIA

106 Kevin Chavez QB/P 6'2 180 Santa Fe St. Michael's New Mexico New Mexico Offers: NMEX

107 Robert Arnheim QB 6'3 190 4.70 Orlando Edgewater Florida 3-FSWA-6A-AS (QB); 2-Orlando Sentinel-Central Florida; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Orange County Offers: SMS,MIDTENST

108 Johnathan Taylor QB 6'5 230 4.80 Cleveland Eastside Mississippi

109 Jeremy Clayborn QB 6'1 180 4.50 Lufkin Texas 1-District 14-5A (MVP-OFF)

110 Taylor Beasley QB 6'2 200 4.80 Winter Park Lake Howell Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Seminole County Offers: FLA INT

111 Chris Stutzriem QB 6'3 244 5.38 Lawton Eisenhower Oklahoma Wyoming Offers: WYO,TULSA

112 Randy Kitchens QB 6'3 195 4.70 Robinson Texas 77-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 81-JRS-TEX (December 2005)

113 Kyle McMahon QB/DB 6'3 185 4.88 Pontiac Notre Dame Prep Michigan EMU HM-News-North (DB); 1-Catholic-Intersectional I Offers: EMU,CMU,NILL

114 Matt Simpson QB 6'1 200 Springdale Shiloh Christian Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAA-AS Offers: TROY

115 Perci Garner QB 6'2 200 Dover Ohio 4-QB-OH (OH-February 26, 2006); 2-OPS-AS; HM-Ohio News Network-AS; 1-OPS-III-AS (OF PoY); 1-AP-III-AS (co-OFF PoY); 1-East District-III (co-OFF PoY);

116 Ryan Cloney QB 6'0 160 5.13 Thousand Oaks California HM-CAL-AS; 12-QB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005)

117 Dickie DeLama QB 6'5 185 Tampa Catholic Florida ; 2-FSWA-2A-AS; HM-Tampa Tribune-Hillsborough County

118 Kaelin Ammons QB 6'1 185 4.62 Frankfort Franklin County Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); HM-AP-AS; HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS; 1-AS (ATH); 1-KY Mid-State FCA-North-All-Star Team; 50 of Kentucky's top players (PS-Louisville CJ-just 8 Juniors listed)

119 Bob Bartley QB 6'3 190 4.80 Allison Park Hampton Pennsylvania Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)

120 Audie Cole QB/PK/P/ATH 6'4 197 4.88 Monroe Michigan HM-AP-A-AS; HM-News-A-AS; HM-News-Metro; 2-News-West; 1-Monroe Evening News-Region (OFF PoY) Offers: CMU

121 Greg Sprowls QB 6'3 182 5.03 Claremont California

122 Cory Bean QB 6'5 226 Hillsboro Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006)

123 Malcolm Long QB/WR 6'2 210 Gaffney South Carolina GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); 2-Spartanburg Herald-Journal-Area (QB); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)

124 Steve Heiman QB 6'2 180 4.62 Papillion La Vista Nebraska Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006)

125 Joe Kemp QB 6'3 217 4.70 North Richland Hills Richland Texas Tulane Offers: TULANE,KAN

126 Brandon Miley QB 6'2 193 5.07 Wilmington Hoggard North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006); ; Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005); Top 5 Underclassmen Charlotte Observer, August 14, 2005)

127 David Potts QB 6'2 182 4.75 Monrovia California
128 William Norris QB 6'1 210 4.56 Plano Prestonwood Christian Texas Rice A First Team TAPPS Division III All-State selection as a junior after leading his team to the state title. He has a nice arm, good size and is a solid dual-threat QB. He committed to Rice in April. Offers: RICE

129 Zach Anderson QB 6'3 215 4.80 Yamhill-Carlton Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006); HM-Portland Oregonian-3A-AS

130 Ben Alsup QB 6'3 170 Ruston Louisiana HM-LSWA-5A-AS; 1-District 1-5A (QB)

131 Tahre McQueen QB/DB/ATH 5'10 181 4.65 Paterson Eastside New Jersey In the right offense, look for McQueen to excel as a QB in college. If not, he has the size and quickness to play at WR or in the secondary. He has a very strong arm and is very athletic. He looked very good at the Syracuse summer camp in 2005. As a junior, he passed for 1,597 yards and 16 TDs, completing 55% (83 for 151) of his passes. 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs

132 Arron Ward QB 6'3 175 4.69 Hampton Phoebus Virginia

133 Cotton Turner QB 6'3 195 4.50 Fort Bend Dulles Texas 1-District 20-5A (QB) Offers: TULANE

134 Evan Mozzochi QB 6'3 200 4.80 Vancouver Columbia River Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 1-Greater St. Helens 3A

135 Mark Cann QB 6'4 210 4.90 Landrum South Carolina Offers: MARSH

136 Kieffer Garton QB 6'3 190 4.80 Castle Rock Douglas County Colorado HM-Denver Post-5A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS
137 Ross Wilson QB 5'11 181 4.60 Hoover Alabama HM-ASWA-6A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game

138 Jacoby Mitchell QB 6'0 175 Moreno Valley Canyon Springs California Offers: COLST

139 Malcolm Belim QB/LB/ATH 6'3 196 4.59 Calhoun City Mississippi Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch
140 Robby Davis QB 6'0 189 4.55 Starr's Mill Georgia Offers: AIR FORCE

141 Tom Farinacci QB 6'2 185 4.68 Beaverton Southridge Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)

142 Vantavious Askins QB 6'1 195 4.80 Okeechobee Florida Offers: MS,FLA INT

143 Derek Johnson QB/DB 6'2 180 East St. Louis Illinois

144 Tim Lang QB/DB/ATH 6'1 190 Sacramento Grant California HM-CAL-AS Offers: SACST,FRESST

145 Max Fritz QB 6'3 180 4.70 Tucson Salpointe Catholic Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006) Offers: WYO,ARMY

146 Andrew Daley QB 6'2 212 4.80 Vorhees Eastern New Jersey Hofstra 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs Offers: HOFSTRA

147 Charles Babb QB/DB 6'0 192 4.50 Alliance Ohio

148 Dexter Merritt QB/DB 6'1 180 4.60 Chesapeake Oscar Smith Virginia 17-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); 2-Southeastern District (QB) Offers: KENT ST

149 Chandler Harnish QB/ATH 6'4 210 4.66 Norwell Indiana Northern Illinois HM-AP-3A-AS; SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS Offers: NILL

150 Rick Kresinske QB/TE 6'5 202 4.75 Virginia Beach Atlantic Shores Christian Virginia 13-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot)

151 Layton Jones QB 6'5 190 5.06 Greenville St. Joseph Catholic Mississippi

152 Tyler Bruce QB 6'1 180 Tri-West Hendricks Indiana 1-AP-2A-AS; 1-Bloomington Herald-AS; Indiana Gridiron Digest 2005 Pre-season Fab 50

153 Brent Goska QB 6'3 192 Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln Wisconsin 2-AP-AS; HM-WFCA-AS; Wisconsin Junior Watchlist

154 Ryan Lindley QB 6'3 205 4.90 Lakeside El Capitan California Offers: IDAHO

155 Zak Kristan QB 6'4 197 4.75 Dublin Coffman Ohio
156 Dominique Davis QB 6'3 190 4.80 Lakeland Kathleen Florida HM-FSWA-3A-AS

157 Tysyn Hartman QB 6'3 195 Wichita Kapaun Mt. Carmel Kansas

158 Keith Tandy QB/ATH 5'10 174 Christian County Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS; 50 of Kentucky's top players (PS-Louisville CJ-just 8 Juniors listed) Offers: WVU,MDTENST,WKY,EKY

159 Quinterrance Cooper QB/ATH 6'0 180 4.50 St. Augustine Florida Offers: KY

160 Pete Murdaca QB/P 6'1 210 5.03 Stockton St. Mary's California 1-Stockdale Record-Area (P)

161 Jason Williams QB 6'2 178 4.50 Miamisburg Ohio

162 Sam Donatucci QB 6'4 215 Arlington Heights Buffalo Grove Illinois Offers: ILLST

163 Brett Kan QB 6'2 185 4.60 Honolulu Punahou Hawaii 2-Honolulu Star Bulletin-AS; 1-ILH

164 Logan Turner QB 6'0 172 4.60 Springtown Texas SMU 1-District 12-4A (co-MVP); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) Offers: SMU

165 T.J. Borcky QB 6'4 205 4.70 Orlando Lake Highland Prep Florida Offers: ARMY,CIN

166 Randy Hardin QB 6'1 190 Jacksonville Bolles Florida Southern Mississippi HM-Florida Times-Union-First Coast Offers: SMS

167 Connor Kavanaugh QB 5'10 169 Portland Lincoln Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 1-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (OFF PoY); 1-PIL (4A) (OFF PoY) Offers: PORTST

168 Zack Ingle QB 6'3 180 4.70 Wheaton Good Counsel Maryland

169 Brandon Gouin QB/DB/P/ATH 6'2 210 4.73 Boulder Colorado
170 Chester Stewart QB 6'4 185 Hyattsville DeMatha Maryland Temple Offers: TEMP

171 Jeff Benz QB 6'2 200 Cicero-North Syracuse New York

172 Gabriel Flores QB 6'2 180 El Paso Montwood Texas Offers: NMEX

173 Kyle Kirchmeyer QB 6'2 192 4.99 Mission Viejo California

174 Paul Corsaro QB/ATH 6'4 198 4.70 Indianapolis Roncalli Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (QB)

175 Deontay Twyman QB/ATH 5'11 160 Sherwood Maryland 1-Consensus-AS (QB); 1-Big School-AS (QB); 2-Washington Post-Metro (QB); 2-PS-Dream Team; Top 40 Area (Washington Post-August 2005) Offers: LIBERTY

176 Conner Teahan QB 6'4 180 Kansas City Rockhurst Missouri



Special Mention (Alphabetical by state and school)


SM Rob Ezell QB/ATH 5'11 170 Athens Alabama 1-ASWA-5A-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area (PoY; QB)
SM Chris Lambeth QB 6'0 188 4.80 Daphne Alabama
SM Mitch Wolfe QB 6'3 180 Avondale Agua Fria Union Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 8 AZ (Summer 2005)
SM Stuart Walter QB 6'4 205 Paradise Valley Arizona
SM Conor Hearn QB 6'0 185 Phoenix Brophy Prep Arizona 4 AZ (Summer 2005)
SM Sean Maraz QB 6'2 170 4.60 Phoenix Sunnyslope Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)+L459
SM Steve Hessil QB/LB/ATH 6'4 220 Tombstone Arizona
SM Nick Ponce QB 6'5 196 4.85 Arcadia California
SM Meyer Linter QB 6'3 190 Beverly Hills California
SM Jeff Fleming QB/DB 6'2 165 4.70 Brea Olinda California
SM Ben Longshore QB/P 6'3 186 Canyon Country Canyon California
SM Isaac Dawid QB/DB 6'3 195 4.80 Canyon Hills California
SM Mike Moustakas QB 6'0 185 Chatsworth California 1-QB-City Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-LA City Section
SM Chad Mason QB 6'2 190 Grass Valley Nevada Union California
SM Alex Coleman QB 6'5 195 Hemet California
SM Jimmy Beloff QB 6'4 190 4.80 Lake Balboa Birmingham California
SM Grayson Galloway QB 6'4 195 Larkspur Redwood California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro
SM Dylan Martinez QB/DB 6'0 170 Los Angeles Wilson California HM-CAL-AS (QB)
SM Logan Todd QB 6'3 192 4.94 Merced California
SM Sean Reilly QB 6'4 220 5.00 Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills California
SM Alex Pettee QB 6'3 200 4.80 Newhall Hart California
SM LaRon Johnson QB/ATH 6'0 175 4.65 Oakland McClymonds California
SM Shane Austin QB 6'0 165 Oxnard Rio Mesa California
SM David Coleman QB 6'4 205 4.60 Palmdale California
SM Andrew Trudnowski QB 6'2 205 Palos Verdes Estates California
SM Craig Rsmussen QB 6'2 185 4.67 San Diego Hilltop California
SM Kevin Vye QB 6'2 180 San Jose Oak Grove California
SM Ryan Lingle QB 6'1 210 Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman California 2-CAL-Medium Schools-AS (QB); HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro
SM Danny Beck QB 6'2 182 4.83 Mountain Vista Highlands Ranch Colorado
SM Mike Croce QB 6'0 183 5.25 Holy Cross Connecticut
SM Josh Johnson QB 6'2 185 Washington St. John's D.C.
SM Chris Taylor QB 6'0 175 4.50 Coral Springs Taravella Florida
SM Will Saffen QB 6'0 187 4.84 Daytona Beach Seabreeze Florida
SM Terrell Robinson QB 6'0 185 4.92 Fort Lauderdale Dillard Florida
SM Jonathan Jones QB 6'3 180 4.90 Orlando Timber Creek Florida
SM Justin Hickman QB 6'0 180 Seffner Armwood Florida 3-FSWA-4A-AS; HM-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast; HM-Tampa Tribune-Hillsborough County; 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
SM Verterris Bryant QB/DB/ATH 5'10 184 4.84 Tallahassee Rickards Florida
SM Sedrick Cunningham QB/ATH 5'11 170 4.58 Zephyrhills Florida
SM Lyle Allen QB 6'2 175 Cartersville Georgia
SM Doug Coley QB 6'0 175 Evans Georgia
SM Lee Chapple QB 6'2 200 4.70 Norcross Greater Atlanta Christian Georgia
SM Brian Moniz QB 5'10 170 Wahiawa Leilehua Hawaii
SM Carter Kopach QB/ATH 6'1 200 Chicago Mount Carmel Illinois HM-Daily Southtown-Area; HM-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area
SM Garrett Barnas QB/DB 6'2 175 Manlius Bureau Valley Illinois SM-Chicago Tribune-AS (QB); SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (QB); 1-Chicago Sun Times-Small School-AS (DB)
SM Omar Clayton QB 6'0 184 Normal Community Illinois Offers: EASTERN ILL
SM Micky Nicholas QB 6'0 170 Oak Forest Illinois HM-Daily Southtown-Area
SM Ryan Baise QB 6'2 185 Orland Park Sandburg Illinois
SM Bobby Brenneisen QB 6'0 175 Springfield Sacred Heart Griffin Illinois SM-Chicago Tribune-AS; SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS; 1-ILL-Big School-AS (QB);
SM Cory Millikan QB 6'1 176 5.22 Bedford North Lawrence Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-ITGWeekly-Area
SM Andrew Durbin QB 6'4 194 5.03 Carmel Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
SM Chris Owen QB 5'11 175 4.70 Evansville Central Indiana 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-AP-4A-AS
SM Eric Watt QB 6'1 170 Kentland South Newton Indiana
SM Ben Botts QB Muncie Central Indiana
SM Skylar Travis QB 6'1 181 4.84 Douglass Kansas
SM Connor Bechard QB Gardner-Edgerton Kansas
SM Tyler Herl QB 6'1 200 4.80 Shawnee Heights Kansas
SM Cameron Kasel QB 6'2 190 4.75 Wichita Heights Kansas HM-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (QB); 1-Wichita City League (QB)
SM Cody Andrews QB 6'2 210 5.00 Georgetown Scott County Kentucky
SM Nick Petrino QB 5'10 180 Louisville Trinity Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS Offers: JACKSONVILLE ST
SM Trevor Hoskins QB/WR 6'5 200 Middlesboro Kentucky
SM Travis Broughton QB 6'4 200 Mount Washington Bullitt East Kentucky HM-Region 2, District 3
SM Scott Grizzle QB 6'2 180 4.80 Raceland Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006)
SM Dean Werner QB/ATH 6'0 180 Donaldsonville Louisiana 1-District 10-2A (QB) Offers: SOUTHERN,NICHOLLS ST
SM Darold Hughes QB 6'2 180 Marrero Shaw Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 8-4A
SM Jerome Walter QB/WR 6'4 200 4.70 Kensington Albert Einstein Maryland
SM Matt Ray QB 6'2 180 Poolesville Maryland
SM Pepper Coe QB 5'11 165 Quince Orchard Maryland HM-Big School-AS; HM-Washington Post-Metro
SM Kurt Leone QB 6'1 201 4.90 Marshfield Massachusetts 1-Braintree Forum-Area; 1-Old Colony; Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005)
SM Chris Dwyer QB 6'3 185 St. Mary's Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe All-Scholastic-PoY-Division 3A; 1-Boston Herald-Eastern Masachusetts
SM Mike Laperriere QB 6'4 225 Wareham Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe-All-Scholastic
SM Greg Hyman QB 6'2 185 Westwood Xaverian Brothers Massachusetts 1-Division 1; 1-Catholic; Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005)
SM Brandon Miller QB 6'2 190 5.10 Auburn Hills Avondale Michigan x HM-News-Metro; HM-News-North; 23-Oakland County-PS-Top 75
SM Spencer Hickoff QB 6'2 183 4.70 Flint Powers Catholic Michigan x
SM Dustin Cox QB 6'2 172 5.15 Sturgis Michigan x 1-South Bend Tribune-Michigan Area
SM Casey Therriault QB 6'3 180 Wyoming Park Michigan HM-News-B-AS; HM-AP-B-AS; 1-Grand Rapids Advance-South (QB)
SM Nate Tice QB 6'4 195 4.80 Edina Minnesota
SM Marcus Brumm QB 6'4 195 4.80 Lakeville South Minnesota HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS; 1-Lake
SM Joe Springer QB/DB 6'2 170 4.70 St. Paul Cretin-Derham Hall Minnesota HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS
SM Jared Foster QB 6'5 200 4.65 Madison Central Mississippi
SM Kirk Lance QB 6'0 175 4.70 Oak Grove Mississippi 1-Hattiesburg American-Area (QB)
SM Adam Fayard QB 6'2 205 4.70 Tylertown Mississippi
SM Marcus Harris QB/DB 5'11 170 St. Louis Kirkwood Missouri
SM Austin Cassidy QB 6'1 176 4.70 Lincoln Southwest Nebraska
SM Travis Woods QB 6'3 180 Dayton Nevada
SM Kevin Kelly QB 6'2 209 4.80 Colts Neck New Jersey
SM Sheldon Johnson QB/DB 6'2 193 4.60 Deptford New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006); 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
SM Jerry Jones QB 6'2 172 4.40 Linden New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
SM Tommy Fischer QB 6'3 205 4.90 Livingston New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
SM Ryan Wolfe QB 6'3 200 5.00 Medford Lenape New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006)
SM Dan DiLella QB 6'5 220 Somerville New Jersey
SM Mike Pepe QB 6'4 202 4.85 Brookhaven Bellport New York
SM Christopher Golding QB/WR/ATH 6'2 200 4.50 Brooklyn Canarsie New York
SM Greg Sullivan QB/DB 6'2 180 Central Valley Woodbury Monroe New York 1-NYSWA-AA-AS (QB-Co-PoY); 1-Middletown Times Herald-Record-Area
SM Sean Mara QB 6'1 200 4.90 New Rochelle Iona Prep New York 4-NYSWA-AA-AS (QB); 1-Journal News-Westchester/Putnam Area
SM Kyle Holland QB 6'3 210 4.75 Chapel Hill North Carolina
SM Mike Johnson QB 6'2 207 4.80 Durham Hillside North Carolina
SM Lance Camp QB/DB/ATH 5'10 190 4.55 Lawndale Burns North Carolina 1-Charlotte Observer-Piedmont
SM Zach Jaynes QB 6'0 190 4.65 Pisgah North Carolina Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005)
SM Scott Riddle QB/P 6'1 185 4.70 Ramseur Eastern Randolph North Carolina Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005)
SM Dewain Clark QB 6'4 201 4.70 Statesville West Iredell North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006)
SM Danny Grimsley QB/P 6'0 185 4.90 Canton McKinley Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-I (QB); 2-Federal League
SM Matt Bryan QB 6'4 195 Carrolton Ohio 1-East-Division III-District (QB)
SM Chris Schneider QB/LB 6'3 234 4.80 Findlay Ohio
SM Tyler Sparks QB/DB 6'3 189 4.60 Olmsted Falls Ohio
SM Robert Anderson QB 6'1 200 Upper Arlington Ohio
SM Luke George QB 6'4 215 4.62 Warren Harding Ohio
SM Nick Sidorakis QB/WR 6'4 185 Jenks Oklahoma
SM Tucker Brown QB/ATH 5'10 165 Shawnee Oklahoma 1-PS-5A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman);
SM Jacob Lewandowski QB 6'2 194 5.00 Tulsa Victory Christian Oklahoma
SM Drew Hubel QB 6'4 195 Corvallis Oregon
SM Shawn Evans QB/DB 6'3 205 4.70 Milwaukie Clackamas Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
SM Joel Mason QB Santiam Christian Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 2-2A-AS (QB)
SM Justin Engstrom QB 6'6 210 Scappoose Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); HM-Portland Oregonian-3A-AS
SM Cole Hildabrant QB 6'0 201 5.09 Bangor Pius X Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-PS-SPORTSfever's PA Preseason All-State Team Fab 85 – HM; HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS
SM Jeff Stewart QB 6'3 195 4.60 Bethel Park Pennsylvania
SM Nick Monteleone QB/DB 6'3 200 4.88 Butler Area Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); CTK: WPIAL Class AAAA Players to Watch
SM Andrew Janocko QB 6'3 185 4.80 Clearfield Area Pennsylvania
SM Dylan Schreffler QB/LB 6'3 210 Hegins Tri-Valley Pennsylvania Midstate PS Top 100 Overall
SM Aaron Smetanka QB 6'5 190 Pittsburgh North Catholic Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-A-Area
SM Garrett Jones QB 6'0 175 4.70 Batesburg-Leesville South Carolina
SM Patrick Henry QB/DB 6'3 200 4.80 Bishopville Lee Central South Carolina South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
SM Drew Ellis QB 6'1 175 Myrtle Beach South Carolina
SM Heath Hembree QB 6'4 185 Spartanburg Broome South Carolina South Carolina (Baseball)
SM Connor Gulmire QB/DB/WR 6'2 165 Oak Ridge Tennessee 1-TSWA-5A-AS (QB)
SM Brandon Springer QB/DB/ATH 6'3 170 Tiptonville Lake County Tennessee 2-Jackson Sun-West Tennessee (ATH-OFF)
SM Jeremy Moses QB 6'1 180 4.70 Baytown Lee Texas 1-District 22-5A-Zone B
SM Luke Roberts QB 6'1 215 4.80 Comfort Texas
SM Matt Faulkner QB 6'2 185 4.80 Flower Mound Marcus Texas
SM Christian Sterling QB Fort Bend Elkins Texas
SM Kyle McDonald QB 6'3 180 4.80 Fort Worth Haltom Texas
SM Daren Dillard QB 6'2 175 Garland Lakeview Texas
SM Darren Dillard QB 6'2 180 Garland Lakeview Centennial Texas
SM Luke Howard QB 6'2 200 4.60 Gatesville Texas
SM Max Flinn QB 6'3 180 4.80 Houston Bellaire Texas
SM Jeff Abt QB 6'3 181 4.85 Houston Northland Christian Texas
SM Carl Farley QB 6'2 185 4.70 Keller Texas
SM Boogie Anagnostou QB 5'11 200 4.60 La Porte Texas 1-District 23-5A (MVP); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005)
SM Will Middlebrooks QB/WR/DB/P 6'4 215 4.55 Liberty Elau Texas 2-AP-3A-AS (P)
SM Taylor Weidman QB 6'2 175 4.60 Saginaw Boswell Texas 1-District 4-5A (QB)
SM Jon Escamilla QB 6'0 165 San Antonio Marshall Texas
SM Brett Parsons QB 6'5 220 4.60 The Woodlands Texas 1-District 14-5A
SM Steve Beck QB 6'0 180 Highland Lone Peak Utah
SM Warner Blunt QB 6'4 193 Episcopal Virginia
SM Nick Gorman QB/ATH 6'2 200 4.54 Richmond Miles Godwin Virginia
SM Shayne Kelly QB/P 6'2 175 Pasco Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-4A-AS (QB & P) 1-Big 9 (QB & P; co-OFF PoY with Muns)
SM Shane Kelly QB/DB 6'0 151 Pasco Washington
SM Stefan Walker QB/WR 6'4 200 Port Angeles Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 1-Narrows Bridge
SM Matt Haas QB 6'3 210 5.15 Mayville Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
SM Bruce Langer QB 6'2 185 5.08 Milton Wisconsin HM-WFCA-AS (QB); HM-AP-AS; Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
SM Aaron Jenson QB/DB 6'4 210 4.70 Waupaca Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist


Honorable Mention (Alphabetical by state and school)


HM Kevin Nicodemus QB/DB 6'2 180 Appalachian Alabama
HM Rob Quinney QB 6'2 160 Demopolis Alabama
HM Junior Gray QB/ATH Gadsden Alabama
HM Robert Jones QB Greene County Alabama
HM Colby Lipham QB 6'3 200 Hazel Green Alabama
HM Chip Ghigna QB 6'3 205 4.70 Homewood Alabama
HM J.B. Economy QB Huntsville Alabama
HM Andrew Pearce QB Kingwood Alabama HM-ASWA-AISA-AS (QB)
HM Ryan Ramsey QB Mobile Murphy Alabama
HM Michael Scott QB 5'9 Mobile UMS-Wright Alabama
HM Davis Harrison QB 6'0 170 4.70 Moody Alabama
HM Davis Harrison QB 5'7 173 Moody Alabama HM-ASWA-4A-AS (QB)
HM Richie Fordham QB Oak Mountain Alabama HM-6A-AS (QB)
HM Brody Cornelius QB 5'9 170 Oneonta Alabama
HM Wes Holland QB 5'11 190 Pelham Alabama
HM Quentin Bell QB Pleasant Grove Alabama
HM Daniel Whitmore QB 6'2 Spring Garden Alabama
HM Jake Overstreet QB/ATH Thomasville Alabama HM-ASWA-4A-AS (ATH)
HM David Veal QB 6'2 175 Buena Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Raymond Ruelas QB 5'9 160 Camelback Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Phillip Aholt QB 6'4 210 4.90 Cave Creek Cactus Shadows Arizona
HM David Zavala QB 6'2 180 Flowing Wells Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Brad Gruner QB 6'1 195 Hamilton Arizona
HM Robert Farley QB 6'2 180 IRHS Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Riley Nielsen QB/DB 6'0 210 Mountain View Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Nephi Bryant QB Pima Arizona
HM Nicholas Amari QB 6'3 180 Shadow Mountain Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
HM Michael Williams QB/ATH 6'0 170 Brinkley Arkansas
HM Matt O'Neil QB 6'2 185 Fort Smith Southside Arkansas
HM Cody Sutton QB 6'0 165 Fouke Arkansas 1-AA-AS
HM Daniel Hubbard QB 6'4 262 5.16 Jacksonville Arkansas
HM Kyle Russell QB 5'11 185 Morrilton Arkansas
HM Jeremy Paxton QB 6'0 179 Springdale Arkansas
HM Lorne James QB 6'4 165 Acton Vasquez California
HM Kevin Jablonsky QB 6'2 175 Anaheim Esperanza California
HM Tyler Kay QB 6'1 180 Bakersfield California
HM Joseph Maldonado QB/DB 6'0 170 Bakersfield South California
HM David Ortega QB 6'3 215 Blythe Palo Verde Valley California
HM Keith McDaniels QB 6'3 190 Brentwood Liberty California
HM Alex Aikens QB 6'5 200 Cupertino Monte Vista California
HM Corbin Louks QB 6'0 172 4.59 Danville San Ramon Valley California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (QB)
HM Thomas Karagianes QB 5'10 185 El Cajon Valhalla California
HM Don-miguel Tutass QB/LB 5'11 146 El Cerrito California
HM Nick Anderson QB 6'2 175 El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge California
HM Oscar Loza QB 6'2 190 4.60 Elk Grove Franklin California
HM Trevon Smith QB Encino Crespi California
HM Mohammad Kochi QB 6'1 165 Fremont American California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (QB)
HM J.T. Ramos QB 6'0 170 Fremont Irvington California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (QB)
HM Jeremy Carson QB/RB/LB 5'11 Golden Valley California HM-Santa Clara Valley
HM Jared Schlehuber QB 6'3 185 Grandview California
HM Derrick Conner QB/DB 6'2 170 Huntington Beach Brethren Christian California
HM Jerel Brown QB 6'1 180 Inglewood California
HM Forrest Hunt QB 6'2 180 Kingsburg California
HM Taylor Lewis QB 5'10 180 5.43 La Crescenta Valley California
HM Kris Fierro QB/DB 6'0 175 La Habra Sonora California
HM Jeff Fischer QB/ATH 6'0 180 4.60 Lakewood California
HM Tim Ennis QB 6'1 180 Lancaster California
HM Gabriel Thomas QB/ATH 5'10 185 4.82 Long Beach Poly California
HM Steven Richart QB 6'2 203 Los Angeles Marshall California
HM Stephen Richart QB 6'2 190 Los Angeles Marshall California
HM Kelsey Mankins QB/DB 6'2 190 Mariposa California
HM Jesse Rubio QB 6'0 184 Mira Loma Jurupa Valley California
HM Ted LeMasters QB/LB 6'2 190 Napa California HM-CAL-AS
HM Diondre Borel QB/WR/DB 6'1 165 Oakley Freedom California
HM Steven Carroll QB 6'4 190 Oceanside California
HM Jeff Small QB/DB 5'11 160 Oceanside California
HM Nick Goodspeed QB/DB 6'0 172 Palo Alto California
HM Will Conn QB Piedmont California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (QB)
HM Kraig Pifer QB 5'11 160 Pittsburg California
HM Donnie McKillop QB 5'11 180 Poway California
HM Nick Pizzurro QB 6'0 160 Rancho Santa Margarita California
HM Coy Glass QB Redlands California
HM Nick Gutierrez QB 5'11 170 Rosamond California
HM Marcus Allen QB 6'2 195 Sacramento Florin California
HM Brad Curtis QB 6'4 195 San Clemente California
HM Chris Ball QB 6'2 205 4.50 San Diego California
HM Blake Vanderweil QB 5'10 206 5.02 San Diego Torrey Pines California
HM Brooks Dougherty QB 6'4 180 San Diego University City California
HM Chris McCaffrey QB 6'3 200 San Franciso St. Ignatius College Prep California
HM Saile Ramirez QB 6'0 185 San Gabiel California HM-CAL-AS (QB)
HM Doug Webster QB 6'1 170 San Jose Leigh California
HM Tarik Hakmi QB 6'2 185 San Jose Lincoln California
HM Chris Foley QB 5'10 180 San Jose Pioneer California
HM Danny Weber QB 6'2 215 San Mateo California
HM Brendan Clarke QB/DB 6'4 175 4.80 Santa Ana Foothill California
HM Angel Molina QB/DB 6'0 175 Santa Fe Springs California
HM Billy Peters QB 6'1 180 4.81 Santa Ynez California
HM Nick Maloney QB 6'0 160 Sebastapol Analy California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro
HM Cam Morris QB/DB Sheldon California
HM Nathaniel Boyer QB/ATH Summerville California
HM Joe Pangelina QB 6'1 229 4.79 Tennyson California
HM Jared Hogan QB/ATH 5'6 155 Upland California
HM Loa Madden QB 6'0 198 Vista California
HM Ryan Campbell QB 6'2 204 Westlake Village Westlake California
HM Matthias Pelesasa QB 6'0 213 4.87 Woodside California
HM Brad Elliot QB 6'1 185 5.20 ???? Canada
HM Troy Timmers QB 6'3 200 4.78 Birchmount Canada
HM Clay Garcia QB 6'0 215 Alamosa Colorado 2-Rocky Mountain News-3A-AS; HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; Denver Post Key players (Division 3A)
HM Jake Watt QB 5'10 160 Alamosa Colorado HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; Denver Post Key players (Division 3A)
HM Matt Johnson QB 6'2 Arapahoe Colorado
HM C.J. Williams QB 6'3 170 4.90 Aurora Cherokee Trail Colorado HM-Denver Post-3A-AS
HM Jake Spitzelberger QB/ATH 5'10 170 4.60 Bear Creek Colorado 2-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS; HM-Denver Post-5A-AS
HM Alex Artino QB/WR 6'2 185 4.50 Boulder Fairview Colorado
HM Bobby Adamson QB Byers Colorado Denver Post Key Players (Smaller schools)
HM Tyler Daniels QB 6'1 175 Denver Ranum Colorado HM-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS
HM Mark Schaffer QB/DB 6'1 205 D'Evelyn Colorado HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-3A-AS
HM Allen Noble QB/ATH 5'10 165 4.50 Eaglecrest Colorado
HM Matt Yemm QB 5'11 175 4.50 Fort Collins Colorado HM-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS; 1-Front Range League
HM Nate Georgen QB 5'10 175 Golden Colorado HM-Denver Post-4A-AS (QB)
HM Nate Goergen QB Golden Colorado HM-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS
HM Eric Mitchell QB 6'1 175 Mountain Vista Highlands Ranch Colorado
HM Kade Giannetti QB 6'2 170 Roaring Fork Colorado HM-Denver Post-2A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-2A-AS; 1-Western Slope League (2A)
HM Tyler Keith QB Silver Creek Colorado
HM Austin Lott QB 6'3 185 Standley Lake Colorado
HM Marcus Stewart QB 6'5 175 Valley Colorado Denver Post Key players (Division 3A)
HM Steve Smith QB Bunnell Connecticut
HM Robert Walker QB/DB/ATH 6'2 180 4.45 New Haven Hyde Leadership Connecticut
HM Dan Brown QB New Haven Wlbur Cross Connecticut
HM Mike Bourdon QB 6'3 192 West Hartford Northwest Catholic Connecticut
HM Charlie Todd QB 5'9 160 Howard Delaware
HM Scott Wallace QB 6'3 170 St. Mark's Delaware
HM John Tremblay QB 5'10 160 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
HM Travis "T.K." Hill QB Avon Park Florida HM-FSWA-3A-AS (QB)
HM Ryan Rubino QB Bradenton Manatee Florida
HM Chris Hart QB 6'2 185 4.80 Bradenton Southeast Florida
HM Mike Brinkley QB 5'11 165 Citra North Marion Florida 3-FSWA-3A-AS (QB)
HM Derek Taylor QB/DB 6'2 185 Daytona Beach Mainland Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (QB)
HM Cedric Cox QB 6'1 175 Frostproof Florida
HM Brad McGuire QB Gulf Breeze Florida 2-Pensacola News Journal-Area (QB)
HM Randy Gilbert QB 6'1 190 Immokalee Florida 1-Naples Daily News-Area
HM Kevin O'Brien QB John Carroll Florida
HM J.B. Clark QB 6'3 205 4.90 Jupiter Florida
HM Artie Grizzle QB/ATH Key West Florida
HM Deshawn Joyner QB 6'3 180 Kissimmee Gateway Florida
HM Austen Roberts QB 6'1 160 Lake Butler Union County Florida
HM Blair Castle QB 6'3 175 Lakeland Florida
HM Brodie Bulloch QB 6'0 160 5.15 Lakeland Evangel Christian Florida
HM Tony Kennedy QB 5'11 190 4.75 Lakeland George Jenkins Florida
HM Breshawn Barnes QB Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
HM Matthew Piloto QB 6'4 199 5.38 Lemon Bay Florida
HM Keith Gosdoski QB 6'2 170 Lithia Newsome Florida
HM Drew Douglas QB 5'10 170 Madison County Florida
HM Keith Jennings QB 6'0 180 Melbourne Florida
HM David Hartford QB 6'1 185 Melbourne Bayside Florida
HM Tyler Stewart QB 5'10 180 Melbourne Palm Bay Florida
HM Aukebuis Wright QB Miami Bay Point Florida 2-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A (QB)
HM Chris Masson QB/DB 6'0 160 Miami Coral Park Florida 3-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (QB)
HM Lance Ladaga QB Miami Gulliver Prep Florida 2-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A (QB)
HM Alex Joises QB 6'0 215 Miami Northwest Christian Florida
HM Guillermo Rosally QB Miami Southwest Florida HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (QB)
HM Cliff Taylor QB Miami Sunset Florida HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (QB)
HM Jean Julmiste QB/ATH 6'1 170 4.80 Miramar Florida
HM Cody Allen QB 6'0 185 Orlando Boone Florida
HM Antonio Frazier QB/ATH 6'0 175 Orlando Evans Florida
HM Josh Miler QB 6'4 170 Palatka Florida 1-Palatka Daily News-County
HM Lynderrick Williams QB/ATH 5'10 172 4.50 Pensacola Washington Florida
HM Brandon Lundquist QB Pine Ridge Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area
HM Dominick Bell QB Pinellas Park Florida
HM Zac Brindise QB South Fort Myers Florida
HM David Langley QB 6'1 180 South Lake Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County
HM Cory Clare QB/ATH 5'10 175 South Plantation Florida
HM David Girardi QB 6'3 175 St. Petersburg Catholic Florida
HM John Chestnut QB 6'2 180 Tampa Gaither Florida
HM T.J. Paratore QB 6'3 185 Tampa Jesuit Florida
HM Brian Henkle QB 6'2 190 Wildwood Florida
HM Brandon Moore QB 5'8 165 Atlanta Booker T. Washington Georgia
HM Simeon Kelley QB/ATH 5'9 159 4.98 Atlanta Grady Georgia HM-Atlanta JC-AA-AS; 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (QB)
HM Jake Rollins QB 6'3 175 Bowdon Georgia
HM Trevor Donnelly QB 5'9 Canton Sequoyah Georgia
HM Kyle Padgett QB 6'2 190 Central-Carrollton Georgia
HM Ty Goff QB Cook Georgia
HM Ben Cochran QB 6'0 185 4.65 Dublin Georgia
HM Cory Stevens QB 5'11 175 4.71 Duluth Georgia
HM Jarvis Worthy QB/ATH 5'11 160 Dunwoody Georgia
HM Kyle Harris QB 5'11 180 Franklin County Georgia
HM Kurvin Curry QB 5'11 174 4.85 Hartwell Hart County Georgia
HM Jim Henry QB Hawkinsville Georgia
HM Chris White QB 6'2 180 4.80 Hephzibah Georgia
HM Brent Allen QB 5'11 180 Heritage Georgia
HM Dustin Ward QB LaGrange Troup County Georgia
HM Jamorris Williams QB Lamar Georgia
HM Chris Thomas QB 6'1 173 Laney Georgia HM-GSWA-AA-AS; 2-Augusta Chronicle-Georgia Area
HM Mario Arnold QB 6'0 180 Lilburn Berkmar Georgia
HM Jarrod Owens QB 5'11 186 4.88 Madison County Georgia
HM Patrick Spears QB 5'11 190 4.70 Milledgeville Baldwin Georgia
HM Justin Boddie QB 6'0 190 North Atlanta Georgia
HM Jacobi Rodrigues QB Northside Georgia
HM Curtis Caldwell QB 6'2 190 5.00 Powder Springs Georgia
HM Cody Hughley QB 6'1 165 Randolph-Clay Georgia
HM Rod Mason QB/ATH 5'8 159 4.50 Riverdale Georgia
HM Jay Flexer QB 6'1 180 4.76 Saint Simons Island Glynn Academy Georgia
HM Jason Townsend QB Sherwood Christian Georgia
HM Mikey Mixon QB 5'9 165 Shiloh Georgia
HM Jon Willig QB Sprayberry Georgia
HM Zack Graham QB/ATH 6'4 215 4.65 Suwanee Peachtree Ridge Georgia
HM Tommy Donatell DB/QB 6'2 180 4.80 Suwanee Peachtree Ridge Georgia
HM Johnnie Dixon QB Swainsboro Georgia
HM Anthony Erwin QB Thomson Georgia
HM Bryan Ellis QB Tiftarea Academy Georgia 1-Tift Area
HM Scott Shuman QB 6'3 200 4.70 Tifton Tift County Georgia HM-Tift Area
HM Jake Turing QB 6'1 165 Tyrone Sandy Creek Georgia
HM Mark Wright QB Warner Robins Georgia
HM Jay Bright QB 6'2 175 Whitewater Georgia
HM Clayton Edwards QB Worth County Georgia
HM Bryant Moniz QB 5'10 170 4.80 Wahiawa Leilehua Hawaii
HM Frank Phillips QB 6'2 180 Challis Idaho
HM Mike Davenport QB 6'3 185 Highland Idaho 2-5A-AS (QB); 1-Region 4,5,6 (PoY)
HM Wade Hillam QB 6'5 180 Idaho Falls Idaho 1-Region 4,5,6 (QB)
HM Trent Harrison QB 6'0 195 5.21 Middleton Idaho
HM Robert Daniels QB 5'9 188 4.78 Mountain Home Idaho
HM Jordan Craney QB 6'0 184 4.72 Pocatello Century Idaho
HM Phil Pedi QB 6'1 190 Addison Driscoll Catholic Illinois
HM James Michael Jones QB/ATH 5'9 155 Chicago Manley Illinois
HM Evan Joseph QB Chicago Morgan Park Illinois
HM Joe Alaria QB 6'0 175 Edwardsville Illinois SM-Chicago Tribune-AS (QB)
HM Shaun Ratay QB 6'6 191 Geneva Illinois
HM Brandon Streets QB/P/PK 6'6 215 Glenbard East Illinois
HM Joe Rizzi QB 6'3 180 Lansing T.F. South Illinois HM-Daily Southtown-Area; 1-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area
HM Tom Humenik QB 6'1 180 Lincoln-Way Central Illinois HM-Suburban Chicago News-Area
HM Andrew Ramus QB 6'2 180 Lincoln-Way East Illinois
HM Pete Cappetta QB 6'2 160 Lombard Montini Catholic Illinois 1-Daily Herald-DuPage County-Area
HM Boone Thorgesen QB 6'0 180 Maple Park Kaneland Illinois
HM Brian Stroud QB 6'4 228 New Lenox Providence Catholic Illinois HM-Suburban Chicago News-Area
HM Mike Anderson QB 6'2 214 Niles West Illinois
HM Brian Rooney QB 5'9 160 Oak Park Fenwick Illinois
HM Chris Pesek QB 5'9 175 Riverside-Brookfield Illinois
HM Jaret Trager QB 6'0 160 Seneca Illinois HM-Suburban Chicago News-Area
HM Jeff Pechan QB 6'2 170 4.94 St. Charles North Illinois
HM Bob Cira QB 5'11 175 Concord Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (QB)
HM Tyler Hernly QB 6'1 187 Delta Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Josh Powers QB/DB 6'1 170 Fishers Hamilton Southeastern Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS
HM Zach Taylor QB 6'5 222 Fort Wayne Carroll Indiana
HM Beau Schendel QB Garrett Indiana
HM James Freeney QB Gary Wallace Indiana
HM Jake Duke QB 6'0 175 Greenwood Center Grove Indiana
HM Justin Boser QB 6'1 190 Hamilton Heights Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Josh Miracle QB 6'0 175 Hobart Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Nick Purichia QB/DB 5'10 170 Indianapolis Ritter Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-Indianapolis Star-City (QB)
HM Cody Roeder QB 6'0 200 Madison Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Eric Geier QB 6'2 225 Marion Indiana HM-AP-5A-AS; HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (QB); 1-Marion County
HM Eric Geier QB 6'2 218 4.94 Marion Indiana
HM Nick Keim QB 6'1 189 Mishawaka Penn Indiana
HM Jake German QB 6'0 170 North Montgomery Indiana HM-AP-2A-AS; SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Josh Wagner QB 6'3 185 North Posey Indiana HM-AP-2A-AS; SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Brayden Dahlstrom QB 6'2 170 North Putnam Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (QB)
HM Brock Miller QB 6'1 185 Northview Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Jared Maners QB 6'0 165 Owen Valley Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Kyle Tweed QB/WR 6'2 184 Pendleton Heights Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Chad Clinton QB Plymouth Indiana
HM Eric Wall QB 6'1 170 South Newton Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Joe Leach QB 6'3 175 Wawasee Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Adam Money QB/DB 6'0 159 Whiteland Indiana
HM Tyler Reimer QB/PK 6'1 200 Zionsville Indiana HM-AP-4A-AS; SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
HM Alex Renaud QB 6'0 165 Blairsburg Northeast Hamilton Iowa
HM Nate Suchomel QB/ATH 4.65 Cedar Rapids Prairie Iowa
HM Scotty Roth QB Grinnell Iowa
HM Shawn Doran QB Harlan Iowa
HM Jon Gilmore QB/LB 6'3 200 Iowa City Iowa
HM Matt Vohsmann QB/LB 6'3 210 Nashua-Plainfield Iowa 2-INA-1A-AS
HM Kirby Hovden QB/DB 6'0 172 North Fayette Iowa 2-Des Moines Register-3A-AS (QB)
HM Nathan Snead QB 6'1 219 5.14 Runnells Southeast Polk Iowa
HM Gavin Crandall QB/ATH 6'3 172 Southern Cal Iowa 1-District 1-Class A
HM Bobby Noyce QB 5'10 160 West Des Moines Valley Iowa 2-Class 4A-CIML-Conference (QB)
HM Zach Rampy QB 5'11 165 Blue Valley Kansas 3-Wichita Eagle AS (Third 11); 1-Wichita Eagle-5A-AS (QB); 2-Topeka Capital-Journal-AS; 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-5A-AS; 2-Kansas City Star-Metro (QB)
HM Ryan Burke QB Campus Kansas HM-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (QB); HM-Topeka Capital-Journal-6A-AS; 2-AV-CTL-Division II
HM Cole Beauchamp QB Manhattan Kansas
HM Dane Simoneau QB 6'0 160 5.00 Salina Sacred Heart Kansas
HM Tyler Herl QB 6'1 197 Shawnee Heights Kansas
HM Cameron Castle QB Wichita Heights Kansas
HM Blake Ayers QB 6'0 160 Bowling Green Warren Central Kentucky
HM Zack Byrne QB Buckner Oldham County Kentucky
HM Josh Koebel QB 6'1 180 Buckner Oldham County Kentucky
HM Jordan Vaughn QB/LB/ATH 6'1 185 Campbellsville Kentucky
HM Grant Tamme QB 6'1 165 Danville Boyle County Kentucky HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS; 1-Danville Advocate-Messenger-Area
HM Bartley Weaver QB 6'2 198 4.75 Horse Cave Caverna Kentucky
HM Jarrad McCormick QB/DB 5'9 180 Lewisport Hancock County Kentucky
HM Tyler Hancock QB 6'1 155 4.72 Lexington Catholic Kentucky
HM Adam Shelton QB/DB 6'0 175 Mayfield Kentucky
HM Nick Tanner QB/DB 6'2 180 4.70 McLean County Kentucky
HM J.J. Hesch QB 5'11 170 Newport Kentucky Cincinnati.Com Top 5 Kentucky underclassmen to watch
HM Barry Cunningham QB 5'11 155 Northeast Kentucky 1-Clarksville Leaf Chronicle-Area
HM David Jones QB Paduca Tilghman Kentucky
HM Alex Graves QB/DB 6'1 160 Russellville Logan County Kentucky
HM John Perkins QB/TE/LB 6'2 215 Somerset Pulaski County Kentucky 1-KY Mid-State FCA-South-All-Star Team
HM Thomas Frazier QB/LB Williamsburg Kentucky
HM Early James QB 5'11 170 Hahnville Louisiana
HM Early James QB 5'10 160 Hahnville Louisiana
HM Chris Banks QB 6'0 165 Independence Louisiana
HM Cade Fontenot QB Lutcher Louisiana
HM Cody Atkins QB/ATH 6'2 185 Maison Parish Louisiana
HM Ross Goodlet QB 6'0 190 Mandeville Fontainebleau Louisiana
HM Scott Buisson QB 5'10 160 Metairie Archbishop Rummel Louisiana 1-District 8-5A (QB; OFF PoY)
HM Antron Mason QB/ATH 5'11 180 Monroe Carroll Louisiana
HM ……. McElwee QB Natchitoches Louisiana
HM Tahlako Williams QB/ATH 6'0 170 New Orleans St. Augustine Louisiana
HM Sean Stockman QB 6'3 175 North Iberville Louisiana
HM Kyle Collura QB 6'1 190 4.85 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana
HM Bridger Smithers QB 6'2 185 4.74 Shreveport Calvary Baptist Louisiana
HM Jordan Powell QB 6'1 190 Shreveport Evangel Christian Louisiana
HM Chris Treister QB Portland Maine
HM Roland McCoy QB 6'4 175 Baltimore Forest Park Maryland
HM Lawrence Watson QB 6'2 200 Chesapeake Baltimore County Maryland PS Baltimore Sun Players to Watch
HM Daniel Hostetler QB/DB/LB 6'2 175 Clarksville River Hill Maryland
HM Cody Fleetwood QB 6'3 200 Easton Maryland Bayside Conference North Division Players to Watch
HM Cody Kohn QB 5'11 160 Great Mills Maryland
HM Josh Appold QB 5'10 175 Havre de Grace Maryland
HM Jaquan Shields QB Leonardtown Maryland
HM Kelian Stevens QB/DB 5'11 170 Millersville Old Mill Maryland
HM Logan Kelso QB 5'10 170 North Hagerstown Maryland
HM Vince Evans QB/LB 6'1 185 Potomac Churchill Maryland
HM Josh Johnson QB 6'1 195 5.08 St. John's College Maryland
HM Brandon Thomas QB/DB 6'1 165 Suitland Maryland
HM Colin Stevens QB/ATH 6'2 190 Wheaton Good Counsel Maryland
HM Addison Lynch QB/ATH Braintree Massachusetts 1-Braintree Forum-Area (QB); 1-Boston Globe-Division 1A
HM Chris Costello QB 6'0 185 Braintree Archbishop Williams Massachusetts 1-Division 3; 1-Catholic Central Large
HM Dan Pozner QB 6'1 180 4.70 Braintree Thayer Academy Massachusetts
HM Anthony Leonardi QB 5'11 175 Lowell Catholic Massachusetts
HM Jared Tucker QB 6'0 175 Quincy Massachusetts
HM Craig Thompson QB 6'4 187 4.60 Allendale Michigan
HM Nate Smith QB/DB 6'1 164 Battle Creek Harper Creek Michigan x SM-AP-B-AS; HM-News-B-AS; HM-Freep-AS; 1-Battle Creek Enquirer-City
HM T.J. VanDoren QB 5'11 190 Brighton Michigan x HM-News-Metro; HM-News-North (B)
HM Garrett Grundman QB/DB 6'5 200 Crosswell-Lexington Michigan HM-News-B-AS; HM-Freep-AS; SM-AP-B-AS
HM Torrence Webster QB/DB 6'4 196 4.95 Detroit MacKenzie Michigan
HM Jerrell Noland QB/LB 6'1 235 4.90 Detroit Martin Luther King Michigan HM-News-Metro (QB)
HM Reginald Byrd QB/DB 6'0 175 Detroit Murray-Wright Michigan HM-News-Detroit (B)
HM Aric Geerlings QB 6'0 180 East Kentwood Michigan x
HM Mike Hilliard QB/DB 6'4 190 Fruitport Michigan
HM Elliss Raatz QB 6'0 175 Gaylord Michigan
HM Jon Mora QB 6'0 177 4.82 Grand Blanc Michigan
HM Dan Bosch QB 6'3 185 Grand Haven Michigan HM-Freep-AS; HM-Muskegon Chronicle-Big Schools-Area
HM Tyler Sandner QB/DB 6'0 175 Grand Rapids Catholic Central Michigan HM-News-B-AS
HM Tommy Okke QB/ATH 6'0 185 Grand Rapids Union Michigan
HM Austin Cole QB 6'3 190 Grass Lake Michigan
HM Jeff Wojtusik QB 6'1 200 Jackson Lumen Christi Michigan x HM-AP-B-AS; HM-News-B-AS
HM Dustin Mayner QB 6'1 190 Linden Michigan x SM-AP-B-AS; HM-Freep-AS; HM-News-B-AS
HM Ritchie Beebe QB/DB 6'0 156 Macomb Lutheran North Michigan x HM-News-Metro; HM-News-East (QB)
HM Reed Swift QB 6'5 190 Midland Dow Michigan x HM-Saginaw Valley Conference
HM Kevin Ebert QB 6'2 190 Aconia Minnesota
HM Justin Schroeder QB/DB 6'4 175 Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Minnesota
HM Mike Beehler QB Foley Minnesota HM-St. Cloud Times-Area
HM Charles Bruchu QB 6'0 165 Hill-Murray Minnesota HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS
HM Alex Nelson QB 6'5 205 Kingsland Minnesota 40-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006)
HM Dan Dobson QB 6'1 180 Mankato West Minnesota 1-Mankato-City
HM Connor Sathre QB 6'1 215 Osseo Minnesota 1-Northwest Suburban (QB)
HM Spencer McMillan QB/DB St. Paul Academy Minnesota HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS (QB); 1-Tri-Metro
HM Tyler Brush QB 6'2 190 4.70 Bay St. Louis Mississippi
HM Tonie Spears QB 6'1 195 4.80 Biloxi Mississippi
HM John Andy Scott QB 6'6 228 Booneville Mississippi
HM Maurice Owens QB Collins Mississippi
HM Billy Brozovich QB 6'0 185 4.86 Greenville Mississippi
HM Davis Horton QB 6'3 209 4.81 Oxford Mississippi
HM Tyler Cunningham QB 6'6 204 5.12 Parkland Mississippi
HM Darren Farris QB Petal Mississippi
HM Craig Conway QB 6'1 199 5.07 Ridgeland St. Andrews Episcopal Mississippi
HM Conway Craig QB 6'1 199 5.07 St. Andrews Episcopal Mississippi
HM Charlie Shearer QB 6'3 200 Terry Mississippi
HM Micah Davis QB 6'1 170 Wesson Mississippi
HM Austin Davis QB/DB/ATH 6'2 198 4.59 West Lauderdale Mississippi
HM Travis Henke QB/P 6'6 205 Blair Oaks Missouri 1-Tri-County Conference (QB))
HM Kellen Hoover QB/LB 5'10 185 El Dorado Springs Missouri
HM Ben Hendrix QB/DB 5'10 160 Florissant McCluer North Missouri 2-MFCA-5A-AS (QB)
HM Nic Burrell QB/LB Gallatin Missouri
HM Bill Kannady QB 6'0 151 5.19 Holt Wentzville Missouri
HM Jared Van Slyke QB 6'3 166 John Burroughs Missouri
HM Frisco Baugh QB 6'3 175 Overland Ritenour Missouri
HM Matthew Curtis QB 6'0 162 Southern Boone Missouri
HM Bryce Schoenfelder QB 6'1 180 St. Joseph Benton Missouri 2-MSS-4A-AS
HM Casey Siela QB St. Joseph Central Missouri
HM Leon Brinkley QB 6'0 160 St. Louis Beaumont Missouri
HM David Kannapel QB 6'4 160 St. Louis CBC Missouri
HM Ben Friedman QB 6'0 175 St. Louis DeSmet Missouri
HM Joe Lincoln QB/DB 6'3 175 Tipton Missouri
HM Kyle Erickson QB Broadview-Lavina Montana
HM Jordan Clark QB Lincoln …… Nebraska
HM Jeremy Kuhn QB Loup City Nebraska
HM Taylor Kanne QB/DB/ATH 5'10 185 Omaha Millard West Nebraska HM-Omaha World-Herald-A-AS; HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 1-Class A-District 3
HM John Reiss QB/ATH 5'10 210 4.78 Papillion-La Vista Nebraska HM-Omaha World-Herald-A-AS; HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 2-Omaha World-Herald-Metro (B)
HM Brady McManus QB 6'0 170 Coronado Nevada
HM O'Ryan Bradley QB 6'1 170 Las Vegas Nevada
HM Tony Maldonado QB 5'11 170 Reed Nevada 7-QB-NV (-March 4, 2006)
HM John Dankworth QB 6'1 170 Reno Nevada
HM Chris Lowman QB 5'11 170 Shadow Ridge Nevada 5-QB-NV (-March 4, 2006); 31-56-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
HM Josiah Casella QB/DB 6'4 190 Valley Nevada
HM Bryan Farris QB/PK 6'4 195 Derry Pinkerton Academy New Hampshire
HM Randall Nixon QB 6'2 202 4.70 East Brunswick New Jersey
HM Jeff Hogan QB 6'1 190 Franklin Lakes Ramapo New Jersey
HM Osvaldo Berjelut QB 5'11 175 Irvington New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); HM-NJHS-PS-AS (5 additional QBs to watch); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
HM Kyle Kahler QB/DB/P 6'3 200 4.90 Oradell Bergen Catholic New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
HM Lamar Williams QB Orange New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006)
HM Mike Gerardi QB 6'2 190 Parsippany Hills New Jersey
HM Louis Saunders QB 6'2 185 4.70 Passaic St. Mary's New Jersey
HM James Harrell QB 5'10 175 Perth Amboy New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
HM Justin Viscomi QB/ATH 5'11 165 4.78 Phillipsburg New Jersey
HM Pat Moffitt QB 6'0 180 Sewell Washington Township New Jersey
HM James Melody QB Union New Jersey
HM Matt Carroll QB 6'0 175 West Deptford New Jersey
HM Anthony Viola QB/ATH 5'7 152 4.73 Woodbridge New Jersey
HM Chris Voller QB 6'3 185 Albuquerque Valley New Mexico
HM Antonio Speed QB 6'4 190 Buffalo East New York
HM Kyle Mahoney QB 6'1 175 Carmel New York
HM Greg Larioni QB 5'10 155 Cicero North Syracuse New York
HM Trevor Coston QB 5'11 180 Ellwood/John Glenn New York
HM Ryan Carpenter QB 6'0 175 Fort Edward New York 2-NYSWA-D-AS (QB)
HM Chris Wickham QB 6'0 170 Marcus Whitman New York 2-NYSWA-C-AS (QB)
HM Bradley Levine QB 6'1 195 4.90 Poughkeepsie Spackenkill New York
HM Jelani Woseley QB/P 6'0 175 Staten Island New Dorp New York
HM John Drago QB 5'9 175 Staten Island Wagner New York
HM Vinny Anastasi QB 6'2 165 Syracuse Corcoran New York HM-Pre-CNY
HM Robbie Brown QB 6'1 195 Webster Thomas New York 3-NYSWA-AA-AS (QB); 1-Rochester Democrat & Chronicle-Greater Rochester
HM Ruben Santiago QB Westmore New York CNY-PS-Players to Watch-Class C
HM Reuben Santiago QB/DB 5'8 145 Westmoreland New York HM-Pre-CNY
HM Adam Good QB/LB 6'1 220 Windsor New York
HM Zack Thompson QB/DB 6'4 200 Yonkers Roosevelt New York
HM Blake Brewer QB 6'2 185 4.80 Asheboro North Carolina
HM Blake Edmonson QB 5'11 165 4.60 Bandys North Carolina
HM Connor Gavigan QB 5'11 170 Charlotte Catholic North Carolina
HM Maurice Hughes QB 5'10 165 Clemmons West Forsyth North Carolina
HM Creven Powell QB 6'2 175 4.70 Elizabeth City Pasquotank North Carolina
HM Brandon Austin QB/DB/PK/P 6'1 200 4.70 Farmville Central North Carolina
HM Justin White QB/ATH 5'11 180 Forestview North Carolina
HM Scott Hockaday QB 5'11 160 4.65 Four Oaks South Johnston North Carolina
HM Jamie Degeare QB 6'0 160 Glenn North Carolina
HM Tim Kornegay QB 6'2 205 4.50 Goldsboro North Carolina
HM Mack Geary QB 5'10 170 4.99 Hillsborough Cedar Ridge North Carolina
HM Jamie DeGeare QB 6'0 205 4.70 Kernersville Glenn North Carolina
HM Trent Hopkins QB 5'10 196 Lincolnton North Lincoln North Carolina
HM Andrew Manning QB 6'0 165 4.90 North Lenoir North Carolina
HM Isaiah Tucker QB/ATH 4.60 Raleigh Enloe North Carolina
HM Jason Tyler QB 6'1 170 4.80 Rocky Mount North Carolina
HM Daryl Montgomery QB 5'10 175 Shelby North Carolina
HM Jordan Robinson QB 6'0 160 Shelby Crest North Carolina
HM Josh Wright QB/DB 4.50 Spring Creek North Carolina
HM Corey Smith QB 5'10 175 4.80 Sun Valley North Carolina
HM Harrison Jordan QB/WR/DB 6'0 165 4.60 Whiteville North Carolina
HM Matt Howell QB 5'11 170 4.70 Williamston North Carolina
HM Bryant Young QB 5'9 175 Winston-Salem Parkland North Carolina
HM Tony Moran QB 6'0 175 5.10 Akron Springfield Ohio
HM Alex Keyer QB 6'1 185 Anthony Wayne Ohio
HM Wes Miller QB 6'3 185 4.90 Aurora Ohio
HM Jake Kastan QB 5'9 160 Bexley Ohio
HM Nick Mandilakis QB 6'0 185 4.80 Brunswick Ohio
HM Tyler Beard QB Cincinnati Deer Park Ohio
HM Mitch Allen QB 6'1 180 Cincinnati Sycamore Ohio
HM Sherman Moorer-Saunders QB Columbus East Ohio
HM Dion Sink QB 6'0 180 Columbus Walnut Ridge Ohio
HM Steve Campbell QB 6'2 190 Columbus West Ohio
HM Ben Kantorowski QB Cuyahoga Falls Ohio
HM Tajh Barton QB Dayton Colonel White Ohio
HM Joey Wines QB 5'10 160 East Liverpool Ohio 2-AP-Division II-AS (QB)
HM Kasey Wendal QB 5'11 190 Galloway Westland Ohio
HM Scooter Hargate QB 6'2 216 Girard Ohio
HM Dave Rogers QB 6'3 220 Kent Roosevelt Ohio 1-Northeast Inland District-II (QB)
HM Mike Ryan QB 6'5 210 4.80 Leavittsburg LaBrae Ohio
HM Shawn Addison QB 6'4 196 Lebanon Ohio
HM Michael Ziegler QB 6'3 205 4.80 Lyndhurst Brush Ohio
HM Zach Boedicker QB 6'0 180 4.77 Macedonia Nordonia Ohio
HM Bobby Huth QB 5'9 160 Massillon Washington Ohio
HM Jordan VanAusdale QB 6'3 195 4.80 Napoleon Ohio
HM Nate Blankenmeyer QB 6'3 180 New Albany Ohio
HM Kyle Simmons QB 5'11 152 Orrville Ohio 1-Akron Beacon Journal-Wayne County
HM Ore Fatinikun QB 6'1 175 Perrysburg Ohio
HM Jake Mahl QB Seneca East Ohio
HM Sean Patterson QB 6'2 195 Toledo St. John's Ohio
HM J.J. Townsend QB/ATH 6'3 185 4.60 Warren John F. Kennedy Ohio
HM Kaleb Reed QB 6'3 190 West Salem Northwestern Ohio Top 10 QBs-OH-JRS (December); 9-QB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
HM Chase Boles QB Bixby Oklahoma
HM Baer Aneshansley QB Clinton Oklahoma
HM Chaz Gilliam QB/DB 6'2 178 Cyril Oklahoma 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid)
HM Zac Howe QB 6'2 175 Dibble Oklahoma 1-PS-B-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman)
HM Dylan Smith QB 6'0 165 Enid Chisholm Oklahoma
HM Greg Howell QB Idabell Oklahoma
HM D'Narryl Austin QB 6'2 235 John Marshall Oklahoma
HM Phillip Parcell QB Kingfisher Oklahoma
HM Brady Wardlaw QB Okeene Oklahoma
HM Daniel Walker QB 6'1 175 Picher Oklahoma
HM George Meiwes QB/ATH/P 5'9 170 Piedmont Oklahoma
HM Adam Schenberger QB 6'1 180 Rush Springs Oklahoma
HM Nate Stanley QB 6'4 160 Tahlequah Sequoyah Oklahoma
HM Nevada Cole QB/DB/P Tishomingo Oklahoma
HM Seth Davies QB 6'1 170 Bend Mountain View Oregon
HM Drew Hubel QB 6'5 185 Corvallis Oregon 1-Valley League (4A)
HM John Tommasini QB Douglas Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
HM Frank Gatto QB 6'4 200 Gladstone Oregon
HM Nick Apeland QB/DB 6'1 160 Glencoe Oregon
HM Ryan Peterson QB 6'3 190 Grants Pass Oregon
HM L.B. Draper QB 6'2 170 Grants Pass Hidden Valley Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
HM Cory Hoppes QB/ATH 5'10 170 Liberty Oregon
HM Levi Fletcher QB 6'3 180 Newberg Oregon
HM Wilson Walker QB/ATH 6'2 170 Portland Grant Oregon
HM Dan Wagner QB 6'0 202 Portland Jesuit Oregon
HM Tyler Hill QB 6'2 170 South Umpqua Oregon
HM Kyle Pettit QB Sweet Home Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); PS-3A Players to Watch
HM Jake Haberly QB 6'4 175 West Albany Oregon 1-Valley League (4A)
HM Joey Mahalic QB 6'3 195 Wilson Oregon
HM Marc Quilling QB Allentown Parkland Pennsylvania
HM Clay Failor QB 6'4 205 Annville-Cleona Pennsylvania
HM Brian Sweeney QB 6'1 185 Blackhawk Pennsylvania
HM Brian Sweeney QB 6'2 185 Blackhawk Pennsylvania
HM Brian Castello QB Chartiers Valley Pennsylvania
HM Andy Schleihauf QB Connellsville Pennsylvania CTK: WPIAL Class AAAA Players to Watch
HM John Cuiffo QB/DB 6'3 195 East Stroudsburg North Pennsylvania
HM Travis Rearick QB 6'2 200 Forest Hills Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)
HM Justin Clark QB 6'3 230 4.80 Kennett Square Kennett Pennsylvania
HM Andrew Flogel QB 5'9 170 Langhorne Neshaminy Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)
HM B.J. Cannon QB Mars Pennsylvania
HM D.J. Cannon QB 6'3 190 Mars Area Pennsylvania
HM Rocco Colavecchia QB New Castle Shenango Pennsylvania
HM Sean Nevin QB/DB 6'2 195 4.70 Pennsburg Upper Perkiomen Pennsylvania
HM Kevin Schafer QB 6'0 185 Philadelphia Conwell-Egan Pennsylvania
HM Ryan Turner QB Pittsburgh Brashear Pennsylvania
HM Lance Wilson QB 6'0 190 Plymouth Whitemarsh Pennsylvania
HM Chance Kelosky QB 6'1 180 Riverside Pennsylvania
HM Patrick Carey QB 6'2 190 Williamsport Loyalsock Township Pennsylvania
HM Jared Awokande QB/DB 6'1 185 East Providence Rhode Island
HM Nick Dixon QB Chesterfield South Carolina
HM Austin Reeves QB Eastside South Carolina
HM Robert DaSilva QB 5'11 153 Hammond School South Carolina
HM Kelvonta Gregg QB Hartsville South Carolina
HM Gabe Gilmour QB 6'2 180 Hilton Head Christian Academy South Carolina HM-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country; 1-Beaufort Gazette-Area (QB)
HM Zack Cornett QB Irmo Dutch Fork South Carolina
HM Mitch Melton QB 6'0 158 Myrtle Beach South Carolina
HM Cameron Willis QB 5'11 170 Union South Carolina
HM Wesley Snow QB/DB 6'0 185 West Florence South Carolina
HM Brad Iverson QB 6'4 185 Roosevelt South Dakota
HM Patrick Sanders QB 6'1 170 Carthage Smith County Tennessee
HM Haskell Fink QB/LB 6'1 185 Clarksville Tennessee 1-Clarksville Leaf Chronicle-Area
HM Preston Scoggins QB/DB 6'3 185 Cleveland Tennessee
HM Johnny Hill QB/ATH 5'11 160 Coalfield Tennessee
HM Caleb Wilson QB 5'10 170 Evensville Rhea County Tennessee
HM Cody Crocker QB 5'11 180 Huntingdon Tennessee
HM Josh Terry QB/DB 5'9 165 Huntsville Scott Tennessee
HM Zack Cusick QB Lenoir City Tennessee
HM Derek Hunt QB 5'11 165 Maryville Tennessee
HM Kevin Smith QB 6'0 170 Memphis Whitehaven Tennessee
HM Jeremy Perry QB 6'1 192 Memphis Wooddale Tennessee 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro MIAA 4A-5A
HM ……… Ramsey QB Morristown East Tennessee
HM Scott Thomas QB/QB 6'2 179 Murfreesboro Riverdale Tennessee
HM David Howe QB 6'0 180 Nashville Montgomery Bell Academy Tennessee
HM John Mark Hendricks QB 5'11 150 Springfield Tennessee
HM Kyle Gideon QB 6'0 185 A&M Consolidated Texas
HM Trent Caffee QB 6'0 190 5.00 Aledo Texas 1-District 6-4A (QB)
HM Jullian Willis QB/ATH 6'0 205 4.60 Alto Texas
HM James Brown QB 6'1 195 4.60 Alvin Texas
HM Kyler Hill QB Amarillo Texas
HM Bobby Joe Barrett QB Arlington Seguin Texas 1-District 7-4A (MVP)
HM Kendal McClendon QB/DB 6'1 175 4.60 Arp Texas
HM Chase Dempsay QB 6'3 170 4.90 Baytown Sterling Texas
HM Jason Tanner QB 5'10 175 Baytown Sterling Texas
HM Wayland Griggs QB Boling Texas
HM Andre'Ad Busby QB/ATH 6'1 175 4.50 Brookshire Royal Texas
HM Courtney Roberson QB 6'3 195 Cedar Hill Texas
HM Ryan Duke QB 5'10 160 4.70 Corpus Christi Calallen Texas
HM Keith Leerskov QB? 5'10 160 Corsicana Texas
HM Kyle Noack QB/DB 6'0 185 4.49 Cuero Texas HM-AP-3A-AS; 1-D26-3A (QB-OFF PoY)
HM Clay Quinn QB 6'2 180 Dallas Bishop Lynch Texas
HM Jordan Perry QB/WR/DB 6'1 175 4.60 Dallas Jesuit Texas
HM Carlos Thomas QB 5'10 208 Dallas Kimball Texas
HM Jonathan Jacobs QB 5'10 160 Dallas Molina Texas
HM Kevin Rusk QB Dallas Wilson Texas 1-District 10-4A (QB)
HM Stanley Morrison QB/ATH Denison Texas 1-District 5-4A (MVP)
HM Omar Garcia QB 6'0 185 El Paso Hanks Texas
HM Ryan Taggart QB 5'11 190 Euless Trinity Texas
HM Taelor Brewer QB ex-Wills Point Texas
HM Michael Ross QB/ATH 6'3 177 4.60 Fort Worth South Hills Texas
HM Sammy Rivas QB Fox Tech Texas
HM Cory Crader QB 6'3 190 Friendswood Clear Brook Texas
HM Lance Guillory QB 6'3 180 Galena Park North Shore Texas
HM Greg Hunter QB 5'11 170 Garland Texas
HM Casey Page QB 6'0 185 4.70 Hereford Texas 1-District 3-4A
HM Jared Ray QB 6'2 175 Hewitt Midway Texas 1-District 16-4A (QB)
HM Aaron Bargas QB 6'2 180 Houston Chavez Texas 1-District 21-5A (QB)
HM David Brekke QB Houston Cypress Falls Texas
HM Jeff Welch QB 6'0 188 Houston Cypress Falls Texas
HM Ross Bruns QB 6'0 175 Houston Cypress Falls Texas
HM Antione Lindsey QB 6'2 170 Houston Jones Texas
HM J.J. McDermott QB Houston Lamar Texas
HM Blake Beaven QB 6'6 200 4.90 Irving Texas
HM Cal Farley QB 6'2 185 4.70 Keller Texas
HM Austin Bell QB 5'10 185 Kerens Texas 2-AP-2A-AS (QB)
HM Cameron Wendt QB 6'2 180 4.70 Klein Collins Texas
HM K.J. Johnson QB 5'11 180 Lewisville Texas
HM Mitchell Bunger QB 6'0 200 4.90 McAllen Memorial Texas
HM Eric Herbel QB 6'2 185 McKinney North Texas 1-District 9-4A QB; co-MVP)
HM Jacob West QB Mineral Wells Texas
HM Brant Hamilton QB 6'0 170 4.50 Muleshoe Texas
HM Adrian Linwood QB 5'10 160 4.60 North Garland Texas
HM Mason Munguai QB 6'0 175 Odessa Texas 2-District 3-5A (QB)
HM Tate Smith QB 6'1 190 Odessa Permian Texas HM-District 3-5A
HM Brett Ramsey QB 202 Orangefield Texas
HM Travis Warrick QB Pittsburg Texas
HM Dallas Bush QB 6'2 104 4.54 Plano East Texas
HM Braiden Humphrey QB/ATH 5'8 165 4.65 Redwater Texas
HM Daniel Miller QB 6'0 194 Richardson Lake Highlands Texas 1-District 10-5A
HM Chase Markette QB 6'3 182 Round Rock McNeil Texas
HM Chase Rich QB 6'0 170 4.90 Round Rock Westwood Texas 2-District 15-5A (QB)
HM Matt Smith QB 6'4 210 San Antonio Ronald Reagan Texas
HM Andres Alaniz QB? Sinton Texas
HM Bryan Hill QB 5'10 175 Smithson Valley Texas
HM Lemon Roberts QB South Garland Texas
HM Michael Washington QB 6'3 200 4.70 Stanton Texas
HM Braeden Lawhon QB 6'2 210 4.80 Taylor Texas 2-District 26-4A (QB)
HM Braden Lawlton QB Taylor Texas
HM Derrell Allen QB Tyler John Tyler Texas
HM Taylor Huskisson QB 5'11 190 4.70 Wichita Falls Texas 1-District 5-4A (QB-OFF PoY)
HM Taylor Brewer QB 6'0 170 4.80 Wills Point Texas
HM Brandon Wilson QB Carbon Utah
HM Zack Bertola QB/DB Duchesne Utah 1-Salt Lake Tribune-1A-AS DB)
HM Greydn Morin QB Fremont Utah 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-5A-AS (QB)
HM Mason Miller QB Juan Diego Utah
HM Blake Williams QB Milford Utah
HM Tyrel Torgerson QB/LB 6'4 180 North Sevier Utah 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-2A-AS; 2-Salt Lake Tribune-2A-AS
HM Sean Taylor QB 5'10 170 Sandy Jordan Utah 1-Salt Lake Tribune-5A-AS (QB); 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-5A-AS
HM Jase Hill QB Sky View Utah 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-4A-AS (QB)
HM Kyle Martel QB U-32 Vermont
HM Nathan Cartagena QB/RB 5'9 180 Annandale Virginia 2-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia (ATH)
HM Nathan Worek QB 6’1 180 Chantilly Virginia
HM Josh Witmer QB 6'1 170 Chantilly Virginia
HM Dustin Nelson QB 6'5 203 4.72 Christchurch Virginia
HM Mark Jordan QB 6'3 175 4.75 Crozet Western Albemarle Virginia
HM Deck McGuire QB 6'5 215 Deep Run Virginia HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (QB); 1-Colonial District (QB)
HM Robert Bryant QB/DB 6’3 215 Denbigh Virginia
HM Shawn Lloyd QB 5’11 186 Edison Virginia
HM Warner Blunt QB 6'4 195 Episcopal Virginia
HM D.J. Willis QB/DB 6'0 180 4.53 Franklin County Virginia
HM Drew Maternick QB 6’1 185 Hayfield Virginia
HM John Poma QB 6'1 223 5.18 Henrico Virginia
HM Nick Tyler QB 6’2 195 John Marshall Virginia
HM Jeff Mehlhaff QB/DB 6'4 200 Louisa County Virginia
HM Michael Brown QB/DB 6'1 185 4.50 Monticello Virginia
HM J.C. Poma QB 6'2 220 4.88 Richmond Henrico Virginia HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (QB)
HM Matthew Heldreth QB/DB/ATH 6'0 170 4.60 Rural Retreat Virginia
HM Zach Gavin QB 6'4 210 4.80 Eisenhower Washington
HM Nick Williams QB 6'2 190 Lakewood Lakes Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 1-Seamount League-Pierce Division
HM Marshall Lobbestael QB 6'2 190 Oak Harbor Washington
HM J.T. Levenseller QB/DB 6'1 175 Pullman Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 2-Washingtoeps-2A-AS; HM-AP-2A-AS; 1-Greater Northern League
HM Tony Rehn QB/LB 6'0 185 4.60 Sammamish Skyline Washington
HM Michael Low QB 6'2 180 4.70 Snohomish Washington
HM Max Manix QB/DB Spokane Gonzaga Prep Washington Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 2-Greater Spokane
HM Justin McCracken QB 6'3 200 Richlands West Virginia 1- Bluefield Daily Telegraph- Four Seasons Country (QB)
HM Bryan Stoppenbach QB/DB 6'0 166 4.90 Burlington Catholic Central Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
HM Cody Rose QB 6'4 175 Elmwood Wisconsin
HM Rob Evans QB 6'1 185 Franklin Wisconsin
HM Cody Griebling QB 6'0 180 Germantown Wisconsin
HM John Schuster QB 6'2 161 Hartland Arrowhead Wisconsin
HM Evan Walsh QB 6'0 175 Kiel Wisconsin
HM Tyler Roebke QB Menasha Wisconsin HM-AP-AS (QB)
HM Mitch Bartel QB 6'1 180 Milwaukee Marquette University Wisconsin
HM Zach Schwabe QB 6'3 170 4.60 Milwaukee Riverside Wisconsin
HM Joe Burkeland QB 6'1 175 Pecatonica/Argyle Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
HM Scot Gillespie QB 6'0 170 Ripon Wisconsin
HM Graig McClelland QB 6'5 215 Union Grove Wisconsin
HM Craig McClelland QB 6'4 180 Union Grove Wisconsin
HM Brian Kuhtz QB 6'3 200 Waukeha North Wisconsin
HM Kyle Notch QB 6'0 160 Waukesha West Wisconsin
HM Jordan Solchenberger QB Wonewoc Center Wisconsin

Others (Alphabetical by state and school)

Others Blake Turner QB Addison Alabama
Others Zac Morgan QB/LB Cherokee County Alabama
Others Grant Stophlet QB 6'1 185 Anchorage South Alaska
Others Aley McDuffie QB 5'10 160 Arcadia Arizona
Others Kyle Hess QB 5'10 170 Chandler Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Others Luke Hawthorne QB/LB 5'9 168 Flagstaff Arizona
Others Tim Lyerla QB 6'0 168 Glendale Cactus Arizona
Others Bobby Farley QB 6'1 170 Ironwood Ridge Arizona
Others Ryan Isabell QB 6'0 175 Bentonville Arkansas
Others Casey Cooper QB/ATH 6'1 162 Conway Arkansas
Others Brandon Harrelston QB/ATH 5'10 180 Conway Arkansas
Others John Jolly QB/ATH 6'0 150 Conway Arkansas
Others Kevin Nichols QB 5'11 180 Little Rock Central Arkansas
Others Kenneth Woods QB 5'11 190 Little Rock Central Arkansas
Others Chea Peterman QB 6'2 195 North Little Rock Arkansas
Others Cody Kirby QB Rogers Arkansas
Others Vincent James QB 6'2 170 Strong Arkansas
Others Eric Curry QB 6'0 186 Arcadia California
Others Raymond Morales QB 5'11 183 Bell Gardens California
Others Drew Campbell QB/DB 5'11 155 Burlingame California
Others Aaron Handel QB 5'9 166 Carson California
Others Ros Tate QB 6'2 180 Ceres California
Others Josh Holmgren QB 6'2 175 Chino California
Others Jared Wagner QB 6'3 200 Concord De La Salle California
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