Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Class of 2007: Defensive Backs (Others)

Special Mention


D.J. Wiggins DB/ATH Abbeville Alabama
Jordan Warren DB/ATH/PK 6'5 195 Alexandria Alabama 1-Montgomery Advertiser-4A-AS (K); HM-ASWA-4A-AS (K)
Duron Robinson DB Ardmore Alabama
Jacquez Pride DB/WR 5'11 165 4.60 Athens Alabama 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area (WR); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Jordan Lewis DB Birmingham Fairfield Alabama
Byron Jones DB/WR 6'2 180 Birmingham West End Alabama
Cameron O'Neal DB/WR 5'11 187 Citronelle Alabama
Lanell Wilson DB/WR 5'10 165 Clay County Alabama 1-ASWA-2A-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-2A-AS (DB)
Sidney Cochran DB/WR 6'1 165 4.50 Fayette County Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
DeAngelo Hill DB/QB 4.40 Frisco City Alabama
Fredrick Gray DB/QB/ATH 5'11 185 4.49 Gadsden Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Corey Hart DB/RB/LB 6'2 207 4.62 Loachapoka Alabama HM-ASWA-1A-AS (DB); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game (RB)
Franchez Pitts DB/WR 6'3 198 4.60 Loachapoka Alabama
Michael Waldon DB 5'9 170 4.40 Loachapoka Alabama
Lance Clark DB 5'10 185 Madison Academy Alabama 1-ASWA-3A-AS (DB)
Ken Dailey DB 6'2 200 4.50 Mobile Baker Alabama
Harris Brown DB/WR/RB/PK 6'2 180 Montgomery Academy Alabama 1-ASWA-3A-AS (PK); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (DB); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A/4A-Metro (ATH-DEF)
William Spight DB 5'10 153 4.41 Montgomery Jefferson Davis Alabama
Broderick Ferguson DB 6'1 185 4.61 Montgomery Sidney Lanier Alabama
Zack Shaw DB/ATH/QB 6'2 190 4.62 Montgomery Trinity Alabama 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A/4A-Metro (ATH-OFF)
Kyle Otte DB 6'0 195 4.60 New Market Buckhorn Alabama 1-ASWA-5A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Matt Barnard DB/QB 5'10 169 4.57 North Jackson Alabama HM-ASWA-4A-AS (QB)
Reginald McMiller DB 6'1 187 4.45 Northport Tuscaloosa County Alabama
Charles McClain DB Oxford Alabama HM-ASWA-5A-AS (DB)
Darius Hill DB 4.41 Pelham Alabama
Ferson Stafford DB 5'9 160 Phenix City Central Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Kevin Bedwell DB/QB/ATH 6'2 200 Piedmont Alabama HM-3A-AS (ATH)
Kevin Marshall DB 6'0 175 Pike County Alabama 1-ASWA-3A-AS; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (DB)
Leon Hubbard DB/RB 6'0 180 Russellville Alabama
Trae Strain DB/RB Woodland Alabama
Rajric Coleman DB/WR 6'1 167 4.63 Avondale Agua Fria Union Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Frank Gonzalez DB/WR 6'2 190 Cholla Arizona 1-4A2-AS; 1-Tucson Arizona Star-Southern Arizona (WR); 2-Tucson Arizona Star-4A-Southern Arizona (WR)
Dan Ryan DB/QB 5'11 185 Cienega Arizona 1-Arizona Republic-4A-AS (DB); 1-Tucson Arizona Star-Southern Arizona
Jesse Wheeler DB/WR/QB 5'10 160 Coolidge Arizona
T.J. White DB/RB 5'10 180 Coolidge Arizona 1-Arizona Republic-3A-1A-AS (DB)
Chris Johnson DB/WR 5'11 170 Flagstaff Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 2-Arizona Republic-4A-AS; 1-4A2-AS (DB)
Justin Peters DB/QB 5'10 180 4.60 Hamilton Arizona
Frank Parkinson DB/RB 5'10 159 Lakeside Blue Ridge Arizona
Ean Castille DB/LB 6'4 205 Mesa Arizona
Brandon Trowbridge DB 6'2 185 Mesa Desert Ridge Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 1-5A2-AS; 2-Tucson Arizona Star-5A-Southern Arizona; 13 AZ (Summer 2005)
Kevin Stewart DB/RB 6'0 190 Sierra Vista Buena Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Justin Randall DB/QB 5'10 180 4.79 Tucson Sabino Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Jake Arnold DB 5'11 185 4.59 Fayetteville Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006)
Dallas McCutcheon DB/QB/ATH 5'11 195 4.54 Fayetteville Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006)
Julius Rogers DB 5'11 170 Fordyce Arkansas
Javaria Forbes DB/RB 5'8 165 4.40 Foreman Arkansas
Hunter Phelan DB 6'2 186 4.76 Fort Smith Southside Arkansas
Nick Burnett DB/WR/QB 5'11 185 4.50 Harrisburg Arkansas 1-AAA-AS
Najel Byrd DB 6'0 206 4.48 Helena West Helena Central Arkansas
Brian Langford DB/WR 5'10 175 4.58 Little Rock Pulaski Academy Arkansas
Kipp Allen DB/QB 5'10 190 Rogers Arkansas 1-AAAAA West (QB)
Easton Valentine DB/WR 5'9 150 Searcy Arkansas 1-AAAAA East (WR/CB)
Shod Neely DB 5'11 175 4.60 Sherwood Sylvan Hills Arkansas
Eric Jones DB/WR 5'11 173 Springdale Arkansas
Joseph Lockwood DB/QB 6'1 160 4.53 Stuttgart Arkansas 1-AAAA Southeast (QB)
Teddy Stackhouse DB 5'11 180 West Memphis Arkansas 1-AAAAA East
Terrance Boykin DB/RB 5'11 190 4.61 Wynne Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAAA East (RB/DB)
Mark Santoro DB/RB 6'0 175 Anaheim Esperanza California
Aaron Martinez DB/WR 6'0 170 Anaheim Esperanza California
Kaquaan Offutt DB/WR 5'10 170 Baldwin Park California
Onu Onu DB 5'10 165 Berkeley California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (DB)
Robert Linda DB/WR/PK Burbank California 11-25-LA Daily News-PS-WR
Chris Kingsbury DB/WR 5'9 170 Canyon Country Canyon California 1-CIF-Division II-Southern Section (DB); 1-Los Angeles Daily News-Santa Clarita Valley (DB); 1-Santa Clara Valley (WR)
Jeremiah King DB 5'9 156 4.56 Canyon Springs California
Niko Niko-auga DB 5'10 175 Carson California
Mark Woodbury DB/RB 6'1 195 Chico Pleasant Valley California
Marvin Walker DB 6'0 195 4.59 Chino California
James Berry DB 5'10 173 4.62 Chino Don Lugo California
Derran Dewilder DB/ATH Chula Vista Castle Park California
Duke Greer DB/RB 5'6 160 4.39 Corona California
Anthony Parham DB 5'11 178 4.44 Corona Centennial California
Michael McDonough DB/LB/QB 6'0 190 Covina California 2-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-QB/RB); 1-CAL-Medium Schools-AS (AP)
Michael Johnson DB/WR 6'3 195 Covina Charter Oak California
John Salazar DB/WR 6'0 190 Covina South Hills California
Jermel Mooreland DB/RB 5'9 163 4.48 Diamond Bar California OFFERS: UTEP
Michael Grant DB 5'11 175 4.47 Elk Grove Laguna Creek California
Bryan Hilliard DB/RB 6'0 195 4.70 Elk Grove Laguna Creek California OFFERS: NEV
Darryl Williams DB/LB 6'0 180 4.55 Escondido California
Deckar Alexander DB 5'8 170 Fontana Kaiser California
Robert Turbin DB/ATH 5'11 185 4.40 Fremont Irvington California 2-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (DB)
Johnny Fields DB/QB/RB 5'11 158 4.70 Fresno California 1-PS-Central Section (QB)
Zak Hill DB 6'2 185 Fresno Clovis West California
Keyjohn Murphy DB Fresno Edison California
Trent Soares DB/QB 6'3 195 Fresno San Joaquin Memorial California
Remington Wilson DB 5'11 175 Gardena Serra California
Donell Gaines DB/RB 5'8 170 4.40 Hayworth California
Fred Anderson DB/QB 6'0 159 Highlands North California
Dominique Vinson DB 5'10 151 4.51 Huntington Beach Edison California 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section
A.J. Wukawitz DB 5'11 175 Huntington Beach Edison California
Andrew Ruiz DB/QB 6'1 180 4.56 Imperial California
Spencer Drury DB 6'1 180 4.60 Imperial California
Terrance Foster DB 6'1 150 4.72 La Habra Sonora California
Augie Williams DB/RB 5'11 170 La Mesa Grossmont California
Daniel Harper DB 5'11 175 4.50 La Verne Damien California
Rene Howard DB 6'2 195 Lake Balboa Birmingham California
Dominic Baker DB 5'9 165 4.60 Lake Balboa Birmingham California
Rene Howard DB 6'0 180 Lake Balboa Birmingham California
Mark Rogers DB 5'11 190 Leuzinger California 1-CIF-Division III-Southern Section (UT-DEF)
Jeremy Jones DB 5'11 166 4.50 Long Beach Cabrillo California
Isaiah Greene DB 5'10 170 4.40 Long Beach Poly California
Orlando Porter DB 6'1 175 Long Beach Poly California
Glen Carrera DB/RB 5'10 198 4.50 Los Angeles Cathedral California
Ayinde Vaughn DB 5'10 195 Los Angeles Cathedral California
Cameron Collins DB 5'9 182 Los Angeles Crenshaw California
Justin Black DB/WR 6'0 177 Los Angeles Fremont California
Chris Stanley DB/WR 6'0 175 Los Angeles Loyola California
Jonathan Brasfield DB/LB 5'11 190 4.50 Los Angeles Venice California
Darren Starks DB 5'9 160 4.53 Los Angeles Westchester California
Robbie Comeau DB 6'0 165 Los Gatos California
Will Kapp DB/RB 5'10 200 Los Gatos California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro
Chris Randle DB 5'10 170 Merced Golden Valley California
Chris Randall DB 6'1 170 Merced Golden Valley California
Bryce Bailey DB 6'0 180 4.69 Modesto Central Catholic California
Antwain Stutson DB/RB Montclair California
Dakota Holland DB 6'0 180 Moorpark California 1-Ventura County Star-County (DB); 1-CIF-Division IV-Southern Section (DB)
Troy Hall DB/RB 5'10 175 Moreno Valley California
Eric Irin DB 6'0 164 4.51 Moreno Valley Canyon Springs California
Bryan Williams DB/RB 5'9 160 Moreno Valley View California
Brandon Arndt DB Newhal Hart California 2-Santa Clara Valley (DB)
Adam Reyes DB Newhal Hart California 2-Santa Clara Valley (DB)
Jeff Henderson DB/LB Norco California
Deonte Washington DB/RB 5'9 175 4.51 Oakland McClymonds California
Stanley Paul DB/WR 5'10 180 Oceanside La Costa Canyon California 2-CAL-Small Schools-AS (DB/WR)
Josh Harrison DB 6'0 185 4.50 Oxnard Rio Mesa California OFFERS: NEV,ID,IDST,BOISE ST
Dajuan Cofield DB 5'8 160 Palisades California
Deon Edwards DB/LB/WR 6'3 195 Palmdale California
Westley Riley DB/RB 5'10 160 4.40 Pasadena LaSalle California
Eugene Palmer DB/RB 5'9 170 Pasadena Muir California 15-DB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005)
Jared Smith DB Petaluma Casa Grande California
Melvin Hutchinson DB/B Prospect California
Tim Cowdrey DB/WR 6'3 170 Reedley Immanuel California 2-CAL-Small Schools-AS (DB/WR)
Deyjuan Hemmings DB/RB/QB 5'10 170 Rialto California
Lester Arnold DB/RB 5'10 170 San Diego Point Loma California
James Wright DB/WR 6'1 175 San Diego Point Loma California
Larry Parker DB/WR 5'11 155 4.75 San Diego St. Augustine California
Devoil Hicks DB/RB 5'10 168 San Fernando California
………….? DB San Jose Valley Christian California
Anthony Baker DB 6'2 190 San Leandro California
Glen Pettis DB/RB 5'9 175 San Leandro California
Maurice Neal DB/L/WR 6'2 195 San Leandro California
Lopeti Taufoou DB/ATH 5'9 160 San Mateo Serra California
Romeo Pellum DB/WR 5'10 152 4.49 Santa Fe Springs California
Thomas McCormick DB/WR 6'3 190 4.60 Simi Royal California
Joe Morales DB/LB/RB 5'11 203 4.60 South El Monte California 1-CIF-Division VII-Southern Section (LB)
Brandon Dunlap DB 5'11 180 Stockdale Edison California 1-Stockdale Record-Area (CB)
Doug Martin DB/RB 6'0 185 4.45 Stockton St. Mary's California
DeAndre Arnold DB/WR 6'0 170 Sylmar California
Jonquil Williams DB 5'7 155 Temecula Chaparral California
Brandon Jackson DB 5'9 170 Torrance West Torrance California
Stanley Arukwe DB 6'0 170 Tracy West California
Carlos Palafox DB/RB 5'11 185 4.55 Turlock California HM-CAL-AS
Javis Lewis DB/RB 6'1 175 Tustin California
Fred Winborn DB/RB 5'11 190 Van Nuys Grant California 12-RB-City Section (LA Times-August 2005)
Angel Morales DB/LB 5'11 195 4.60 Ventura St. Bonaventure California
Alex Lein DB Ventura St. Bonaventure California
Nic Curry DB 5'11 194 4.65 West Covina South Hills California
Aubrey Smith DB/WR 6'2 185 4.77 West Hills Chaminade California 1-CIF-Division III-Southern Section; 15-LA Times-Area Juniors (December)
Byron Sells DB/WR/ATH 5'10 160 4.69 Westlake California
Brad Freeman DB 5'10 172 4.55 Westlake Village Oaks Christian California
Jamal George DB 6'1 177 4.40 ??? Canada
Andrew Clarks DB 6'0 173 4.59 ??? Canada
Steve Legace DB/RB 5'11 185 4.43 Assumption Canada
Courtney Stephen DB 6'1 170 Brampton Canada
Jakub Husika DB 5'11 170 4.75 Toronto Kipling CI Canada
Jonathan Laliberte DB 5'11 185 Vieux Montreal Cegep Canada
Blake Menter DB/RB 5'11 190 Arapahoe Colorado
Kyle Theret DB/RB/LB 5'11 185 4.60 Denver Mullen Colorado
Karl Heimbrock DB 6'1 195 Englewood Cherry Creek Colorado HM-Denver Post-5A-AS
Garret Houts DB/QB/ATH 6'0 170 4.60 Fort Collins Colorado 1-Front Range League (5A)
Jared Campbell DB 5'11 185 4.50 Golden Colorado
Jake Simonton DB/WR 5'10 180 4.40 Grand Junction Colorado
Blake Morgan DB/WR/DB 5'11 175 Greeley West Colorado 1-Denver Post-4A-AS (DB); 1-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS (DB)
Dylan Orms DB/QB 6'1 185 4.60 Wheat Ridge Colorado HM-Denver Post-4A-AS (QB)
Jon Higginbotham DB/RB/LB 5'11 180 Avon Old Farms Connecticut
Alondre Rush DB/WR 6'0 170 4.84 Middletown Xavier Connecticut 1-Hartford Courant-AS (DB)
Tyrell Wilks DB/WR New Haven Hillhouse Connecticut
Ian White DB/WR/QB 6'1 175 Washington Archbishop Carroll D.C.
Wayne Ouzts DB 5'9 185 Washington Coolidge D.C.
DeLonte Armstrong DB/WR 5'10 175 4.46 Washington St. John's D.C.
Victor Brown DB 6'1 150 4.67 Washington Woodson D.C.
Shaun Cobb DB Baker Florida
Mitchell St. Lot DB Belle Glade Glades Central Florida
Brandon Smith DB 6'0 175 Belle Glade Glades Day Florida ; HM-FSWA-1A-AS (DB); 1-Palm Beach Post-Small Schools-Area; 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small (DB); 25-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005)
Keenan Williams DB/RB 5'9 165 4.43 Boca Raton Florida 99-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area (ATH-DEF); 12-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005)
Matt Riopelle DB/QB 5'11 175 Boca Raton Florida
Antoine Stubbs DB 6'3 200 Boca Raton Forest Hill Florida 2-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area
Austin Jensen DB/LB 6'1 175 Bradenton Manatee Florida ; 1-FSWA-5A-AS (LB); 1-Bradenton Herald-Area (LB)
DuJuan Harris DB/RB 5'9 190 Brooksville Central Florida
Tyree McCook DB 5'11 175 4.50 Bushnell South Sumter Florida 97-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-2A-AS; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County
Ricky Anderson DB/LB/RB 6'1 190 4.72 Cape Coral Florida 42-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);
Stefon DiFiler DB/WR 5'11 160 Citra North Marion Florida 82-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);
Curtis Dewberry DB/RB/WR 5'7 165 4.46 Clermont East Ridge Florida
Kerlon Williams DB/LB 5'11 178 4.53 Crescent City Florida 2-FSWA-2B-AS (LB); 1-Palatka Daily News-County
D.J. Johnson DB/RB 5'9 180 Crescent City Florida 1-Palatka Daily News-County (DB)
Tony Smith DB/QB 6'0 175 Dade City Pasco Florida
Lorenzo Floyd DB 5'10 160 4.53 Daytona Beach Atlantic Florida
Orkeys Auriene DB/WR 5'11 165 4.50 Daytona Beach Mainland Florida
Rick McKenzie DB/WR/RB 5'11 180 Deerfield Zion Lutheran Florida HM-FSWA-1B-AS (RB); 2-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A (RB); 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small (RB)
Josh Pee DB/WR/ATH 5'11 174 4.70 Delray Beach American Heritage Florida 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small (WR); 16-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) OFFERS: DUKE
Matthew Douglas DB 6'0 175 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas Florida HM-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A
Billy Foster DB/RB 5'11 175 Fort Lauderdale Stranahan Florida
Roderick Clark DB/RB 5'8 155 Fort Meade Florida
Charles McGhee DB/WR/QB 6'1 175 Fort Meade Florida
Marcus Price DB/WR 6'1 175 Fort Myers Florida
Kendale McDaniel DB 6'1 185 4.67 Fort Pierce Central Florida
Andrew Carter DB 5'10 165 Fort Walton Beach Florida 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Jake Allen DB 5'10 180 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida
Adronicus Lovette DB 5'9 170 4.50 Gainesville Florida 81-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);
Vince Brown DB/QB 5'6 163 4.50 Gainesville Eastside Florida ; 1-FSWA-5A-AS (DB)
Moses Parker DB/WR 6'1 167 4.50 Gainesville P.K. Yonge Florida
Isreal John DB 5'10 170 Hialeah American Florida 96-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A; 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)
David Ingham DB 6'0 170 Hollywood Hills Florida
Keetron Batten DB 5'10 170 Hollywood Hills Florida
Teddy Simmons DB 5'10 180 4.59 Jacksonville Arlington Country Day Florida
Donald Manns DB 5'11 182 4.50 Jacksonville Bolles Florida
Grant Sieron DB 6'0 200 Jacksonville Bolles Florida
Terrell Wilson DB 5'9 172 4.40 Jacksonville First Coast Academy Florida
Nicholas Griffin DB 5'7 152 4.55 Jacksonville Forrest Florida
Harold Howell DB 5'7 132 4.42 Jacksonville Mandarin Florida
Justin Grant DB 6'0 180 Jacksonville Ribault Florida
Caleb Baker DB Kissimmee Osceola Florida
Elleston Taylor DB 6'2 170 Kissimmee Osceola Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Osceola/Polk County (DB)
Andre Davis DB 5'10 141 4.59 Lakeland Evangel Christian Florida
Bernard Brinson DB 5'10 166 4.60 Madison County Florida
Marquenten Webb DB/RB/LB 5'10 205 4.55 Marianna Florida
Cameron Long DB/QB 6'2 185 4.45 Melbourne Bayside Florida 72-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);
David Ogunlari DB/WR 6'4 186 4.92 Melbourne Florida Air Academy Florida
Michael Williams DB/WR 6'0 150 4.43 Melbourne Palm Bay Florida
Desmond Newbold DB/QB/ATH 5'10 175 Merritt Island Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Brevard County (UT)
Kebo Wright DB/QB/ATH 5'9 165 4.50 Miami Bay Point Florida
Frank Matelus DB 5'9 175 Miami Braddock Florida
Kendick Phillips DB Miami Carol City Florida
Nick Martinez DB/WR 6'0 198 Miami Dade Christian Florida 1-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A (WR)
Joche Norona DB/WR Miami Gulliver Prep Florida
Mike Harris DB Miami High Florida
Cameron Johnson DB 6'0 170 4.50 Miami Killian Florida
Eugene Williams DB/WR 5'11 156 4.50 Miami Killian Florida
Jonathan Johnson DB 6'0 175 4.59 Miami Killian Florida 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)
Prescott Aiken DB 6'3 165 4.77 Miami Krop Florida
Garrett Millbrook DB/WR 5'10 155 Miami Monsignor Pace Florida 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Devin Summersett DB Miami Monsignor Pace Florida
Andre Taylor DB/WR 5'11 175 Miami Norland Florida 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Jhawoon Myers DB/QB 5'10 177 4.58 Miami Norland Florida
Jason Reid DB 5'8 169 Miami Norland Florida 89-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (DB)
Jhawonn Myers DB 5'10 182 4.70 Miami Norland Florida
Jordan Benjamin DB/WR 5'11 183 Miami Northwest Christian Florida 2-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A (WR)
Curtis Holcomb DB 6'0 175 Miami Southridge Florida 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)
Stefon Dorsey DB 6'0 190 4.55 Miami Southridge Florida
Edmond Baker DB 5'10 166 4.66 Miramar Florida
Mike Barry DB 6'1 180 4.60 Naples Barron Collier Florida ; 3-FSWA-4A-AS; 1-Naples Daily News-Area (UT); 1-CCAC Conference
Quenton Washington DB 5'10 165 North Fort Myers Florida South Florida SFLA
Devin Pittman DB/RB 5'9 180 Oakland Park Northeast Florida HM-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A
Rudell Small DB/RB 5'9 180 4.89 Ocala Trinity Catholic Florida Florida Top 162 JRs (Add-On-RB); 1-FSWA-2B-AS (UT-DEF); 1-Ocala-Area (UT-DEF)
Chaz Majors DB 6'0 180 4.55 Ocala Trinity Catholic Florida
Chris Bennett DB 6'2 183 4.82 Ocala West Port Florida
Willie Martin DB/WR Orlando Edgewater Florida
Josh Pollock DB/LB 6'1 215 4.54 Orlando Olympia Florida OFFERS: FLA INTL
Kairee Daniels DB 5'10 180 Osceola Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Osceola/Polk County
Drew Cumberland DB 5'10 170 Pace Florida ; 1-FSWA-4A-AS (DB); 2-Pensacola News Journal-Area (DB)
Jermaine Malcolm DB 5'11 179 4.70 Palm Beach Lakes Florida 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Large; 7-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Dwayne Gatlin DB/P/ATH 6'0 185 Palmetto Florida 95-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006 -DB); 3-FSWA-6A-AS (P); 1-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (P/UT)
Jasper Simmons DB 6'0 187 Pensacola Washington Florida
Noah Presley DB Plantation American Heritage Florida Florida Top 30 SOPHS (Add-On); HM-FSWA-2A-AS (DB)
Justin Bentley DB/WR 5'10 172 Pompano Beach Ely Florida OFFERS: CENFLA,LIBERTY, FLA AT
Joshua Hodges DB/LB 5'10 184 4.69 Royal Palm Beach Florida
Aljamar Grant DB 5'10 175 Sarasota Booker Florida ; 2-FSWA-3A-AS (DB)
Josh Maxie DB/WR 6'2 180 Seffner Armwood Florida
Jamarl Payton DB 5'10 168 Seffner Armwood Florida 2-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast (DB)
Octavius Hodkins DB/QB/ATH 4.40 South Broward Florida
Ashton Lemon DB/WT 6'1 180 St. Petersburg Lakewood Florida 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Chris Walley DB/QB/ATH 5'11 180 Tallahassee North Florida Christian Florida HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 1A (QB)
Joey Lauteria DB/WR 6'1 190 Tampa Catholic Florida HM-Tampa Tribune-Hillsborough County
Kevin Brown DB 6'2 180 4.50 Tampa Jefferson Florida
D'Andrea Vaughn DB/RB/WR 6'0 180 Tavares Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County
Xavier Jackson DB 5'8 165 Walton Florida
Derek Anderson DB/RB 5'10 160 West Nassau Florida 1-Fernandina Beach News-Leader-Nassau County (PoY)
Jiwan James DB/QB 6'4 200 Williston Florida 1-FSWA-3A-AS (DB)
Cameron Thompkins DB/WR 5'10 162 4.60 Winter Springs Florida OFFERS: FLA INT,EKY
Darrow Fisher DB 6'0 180 4.60 Alpharetta Georgia
Matthew Bentley DB/LB 6'0 181 4.51 Appling Valley Georgia
Deante Lewis DB/QB 6'2 185 Atlanta Douglass Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006-DB)
Timothy Thomas DB 5'9 170 Atlanta Douglass Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)
Sterling Johnson DB 6'1 185 4.66 Atlanta King Georgia
Andy Head DB 6'1 187 Atlanta Lovett Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (DB)
Shannon Davis DB/WR 6'0 175 Atlanta Mays Georgia 1-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro
Fonterrian Ingram DB 5'10 190 Atlanta McNair Georgia
Emmanuel Holland DB/RB/WR 5'11 195 4.50 Atlanta North Springs Georgia
Kerry Raines DB/WR 5'9 160 Atlanta Southside Georgia
Marwin Hooker DB 6'3 180 4.50 Atlanta Westside Georgia HM-Atlanta JC-AAAA-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale
Rob Pope DB/QB/ATH 6'0 175 Atlanta Westside Georgia
Mike James DB 6'1 190 4.55 Bainbridge Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)
Jeremy Cleaver DB 5'8 169 4.52 Cartersville Woodland Georgia
Jermaine Richardson DB 6'1 187 4.62 Columbus Kendrick Georgia OFFERS: TROY
Mark LeGree DB 6'0 180 4.50 Columbus Pacelli Georgia
Thomas Barnes DB/LB Dublin Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006); HM-Atlanta JC-AA-AS (DB); 1-Macon Telegraph:-Middle Georgia (LB)
Brandon Edmond DB 5'10 179 4.88 Dublin Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)
Antoine Footman DB/LB/ATH 6'1 175 East Hall Georgia
Russ Cooper DB ELCA Georgia
Dwight Dasher DB/QB/ATH 5'10 185 4.66 Folkston Charlton County Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006-CB); 1-GSWA-AA-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Atlanta JC-AA-AS (QB)
Christian Harrison DB/LB/WR Greensboro Greene County Georgia
Nathan Kiely DB 6'0 179 4.72 Kennesaw Mountain Georgia
William Johnson DB/LB/RB 5'7 150 Kingsland Camden County Georgia
Adam House DB/LB 6'0 166 4.86 Kingsland Camden County Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006)
Matthew Allen DB/WR 5'11 190 4.53 Lovejoy Georgia
Ron Windham DB/WR 6'0 183 4.78 McDonough Henry County Georgia
Cyhl Quarles DB 6'2 191 4.62 Meadow Creek Georgia
Anthony Kitson DB 5'11 168 4.56 Norcorss Meadowcreek Georgia
Bryce Dykes DB/QB 6'0 185 4.50 Norcross Georgia
Leonard Foster DB 5'10 160 4.67 Norcross Georgia
Ryan McDaniel DB/WR 6'3 175 North Gwinnett Georgia
Andre Morris DB/QB 6'2 185 Northgate Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-Fayette/Coweta (DB)
Martin Rolland DB/LB 6'0 190 4.50 Powder Springs McEachern Georgia
Dominique Sanjuro DB 6'0 153 4.53 Riverdale Georgia
Brandon Sheppard DB/WR 6'2 190 Rockdale County Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale
DeVion Moore DB 5'8 178 4.71 Snellville Brookwood Georgia
Jared Reine DB 6'1 180 Snellville Brookwood Georgia
Kendall Williams DB/QB/ATH 6'0 170 4.50 South Cobb Georgia
Michael Davidson DB/LB 5'10 190 4.60 Suwane Peachtree Ridge Georgia
James Lewis DB/RB 5'11 186 4.50 Suwanee Collins Hill Georgia
Phillip Davis DB/WR 5'11 150 4.49 Suwanee Peachtree Ridge Georgia OFFERS: NAVY,DUKE
Neil David DB/RB Swainsboro Georgia
Demario Harvey DB 6'2 175 Terrell County Georgia 1-GSWA-A-AS; 1-Atlanta JC-A-AS
Vincent Scott DB 6'1 170 Thomson Georgia
Jefferey Searcy DB/LB 5'11 185 4.56 Tifton Tift County Georgia
Lanarus McKinley DB/RB 5'10 185 4.63 Tifton Tift County Georgia
Dervon Wallace DB 5'11 165 4.56 Towers Georgia
Marquez Ward DB 5'9 166 4.66 Tri Cities Georgia
O.J. Carter DB/RB 5'9 200 4.55 Valdosta Georgia
Randy Butler DB 6'1 185 Vidalia Georgia 1-GSWA-AA-AS; HM-Macon Telegraph:-Middle Georgia; HM-Savannah Morning News-Area
Alex Walker DB 6'2 185 Westside Georgia 2-Augusta Chronicle-Georgia Area (DB)
Shannon Arnold DB 5'10 175 Kapolei Hawaii
Jeremy Dalling DB/RB 5'11 179 4.69 South Fremont Idaho 2-3A-AS (RB & DB)
Kavon Lacey DB/WR 6'1 175 Alton Illinois ; 2-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro
Matt Klein DB/LB 5'11 181 4.86 Arlington Heights Buffalo Grove Illinois 29-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006)
Nick Coleman DB/RB 5'7 150 Arthur Lovington Illinois 1-Chicago Sun Times-Small School-AS (DB); 1-Champaign-Urbana-NG-Area (DB)
Justin Lee DB/RB/ATH 5'10 180 Burlington Central Illinois
Jerrell Parks DB 5'9 165 4.50 Chicago Martin Luther King Illinois OFFERS: NILL
Tracy Wilson DB/QB 6'1 193 Chicago St. Francis DeSales Illinois ; SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (DB); 1-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area (DB)
Nick Anderson DB/RB 6'0 190 4.65 Deerfield Illinois
Patrick Galligan DB/WR 6'0 170 Downers Grove North Illinois
Rahmon Brown DB/LB 6'1 205 4.50 Harvey Thornton Township Illinois
Anthony Johnson DB 5'10 171 4.51 Melrose Park Walther Lutheran Illinois
Brenton Valentine DB 5'11 174 Morris Illinois 1-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Scott Cole DB 6'0 183 4.53 Mount Carmel Illinois
Jake Detmers DB 6'4 190 Normal Community Illinois
D.J. Brown DB/QB/ATH 6'0 163 North Chicago Illinois HM-Lake County (QB); HM-North Suburban Conference
DeAndre Haynes DB/QB/ATH 5'10 170 Oak Lawn Richards Illinois
Jack Finan DB 6'0 180 4.55 Oak Park Fenwick Illinois
Justin Brown DB/QB 6'1 190 Oak Park River Forest Illinois
Joseph Camp DB Paxton-Buckley-Loda Illinois
Simeon Haynes DB/LB 6'1 195 Proviso East Illinois
Mike Kearney DB/WR 5'11 195 Riverside-Brookfield Illinois
Nyakango Arisa DB 5'11 175 Rockford Guilford Illinois
Keenan Gilpin DB/WR/RB 6'0 173 Springfield Sacred Heart Griffin Illinois
Valente Garza DB/LB/RB 5'9 195 4.50 Wheaton North Illinois
Michael Conway DB 5'11 172 4.73 Carmel Indiana
Nate Powers DB 6'1 170 Fishers Hamilton Southeastern Indiana 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB); 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS
John Ashworth DB 6'3 190 Indiamapolis Franklin Central Indiana 1-Indianapolis Star-AS; SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-Indianapolis Star-South; 1-Indianapolis Star-Marion County
T.J. Stark DB 6'2 165 Indianapolis Cathedral Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (SS); 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (DB); HM-Indianapolis Star-City
Brandon Day DB 5'9 165 Indianapolis Northwest Indiana 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB); 1-Indianapolis Star-City
Danny Williams DB 6'4 195 4.65 Mishawaka Penn Indiana 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB); 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS (DB); 1-South Bend Tribune Football Dream Team (DB); 1-South Bend Tribune-5A-Area (DB)
Chris Rawert DB 6'2 215 North Harrison Indiana
Craig Ray DB/RB 6'3 185 Plainfield Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (RB/DB; 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (DB); 1-Indianapolis Star-West (DB)
Bryce Mohr DB Triton Central Indiana
Jamie Klith DB/RB 5'10 175 4.57 Cedar Rapids Prairie Iowa 2-Des Moines Register-4A-AS (DB)
Erich Feller DB/RB 6'2 175 Charles City Iowa 1-District 3-3A (UT-OFF)
Kyle Steinbrecher DB/WR 6'2 175 4.67 Davenport Assumption Iowa Top 1 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 2-MAC Conference (DB); HM-MAC Conference (WR)
Kameron Middlebrooks DB 6'0 180 4.55 Des Moines Roosevelt Iowa
Will Windauer DB 6'3 172 4.64 Iowa City West Iowa
Zach Davis DB 6'0 175 Washington Iowa 3-All Classes-AS; 1-INA-3A-AS; 1-GTNS; 1-District 5-3A
Brandon Hall DB/RB/LB 6'2 195 4.53 Manhattan Kansas
Cole Bachamp DB/QB 6'0 163 4.55 Manhattan Kansas 1-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (DB); 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-6A-AS (DB)
Dorian Williams DB/WR 5'11 175 4.73 Olathe East Kansas HM-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (DB)
Josh Haydon DB/RB 6'0 185 4.50 Rose Hill Kansas 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-4A-AS (DB); 1-AV-CTL-Division III (RB & DB)
Marty Pfannenstiel DB 6'1 180 Silver Lake Kansas OFFERS: BUTLER
Sam Maher DB 6'0 175 4.45 St. Thomas Aquinas Kansas HM-Wichita Eagle-5A-AS,1-Sun County,1-Estern Kansas League
Johnny Sosa DB/QB 5'9 170 Ulysses Kansas 3-Wichita Eagle AS (Third 11-QB); 3-Topeka Capital-Journal-AS (QB/DB); 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-4A-AS (QB); 1-Wichita Eagle-4A-AS (QB)
Chad Hays DB 5'11 186 4.51 Uniontown Kansas 1-Wichita Eagle-2A/1A-AS (DB)
Joseph Houlik DB/LB/QB 6'1 200 4.60 Wichita Collegiate Kansas
Drew McDavid DB 6'3 190 Ashland Kentucky 2-AP-AS
Josh Reynolds DB/RB 6'2 195 Corbin Lynn Camp Kentucky
Joe Castaneda DB 6'0 180 Covington Catholic Kentucky Cincinnati.Com Top 5 Kentucky underclassmen to watch
Jeffery Guest DB/QB 5'11 170 Danville Kentucky HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (DB); 1-Danville Advocate-Messenger-Area (DB)
Jordan Kramer DB/RB 5'7 155 Fort Thomas Highlands Kentucky
Jimmie Warren DB/RB 5'11 190 Georgetown Scott County Kentucky
Jacob Locknane DB/LB 5'11 175 Lexington Catholic Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); 1-Lexington Herald-Leader-City (LB)
Shawn Asher DB/WR 6'4 200 London North Laurel Kentucky
Wynston Bridges DB 6'1 165 Louisville Central Kentucky
Jeremiah Williams DB/WR 6'0 183 Baton Rouge Capitol Academy Louisiana OFFERS: LA-MON,GRAMB,SOUTHERN
Thomas Broussard DB 5'11 180 Baton Rouge Catholic Louisiana 81-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 3-5A (DB); 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-5A-4A-Metro
Korey Lindsey DB/WR 5'10 175 4.50 Baton Rouge Scotlandville Louisiana 99-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-LSWA-4A-AS (DB); 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-5A-4A-Metro; 1-District 6-4A (WR&DB)
Phillip Brown DB 5'11 170 Crowley Notre Dame Louisiana 1-District 5-3A (DB)
Jarron Howard DB/RB 5'10 180 4.39 Edgard West St. John Louisiana
Daron Bartholomew DB/RB 5'10 175 Edgard West St. John Louisiana
Jamal Ross DB 5'6 155 4.53 Edna Carr Louisiana
Rakeem Wilson DB 5'11 170 Franklinton Louisiana
Shaine Boyle DB 5'9 168 4.59 Hahnville Louisiana
Courtney Johnson DB/WR 5'11 180 Houston Madison Louisiana
Devin Coleman DB/RB 6'1 170 Jewel Sumner Louisiana
Rashad Webster DB/RB/LB Lutcher Louisiana
Terrance Miley DB 5'10 180 Monroe Neville Louisiana 89-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-LSWA-4A-AS (DB)
Josh Strong DB/QB/ATH 5'7 180 4.62 Monroe Ouachita Louisiana 30-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Zedric Thomas DB/WR 6'0 180 New Iberia Louisiana 31-LA (Winter 2006); 84-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 17-LA (September 2005)
Jared Berry DB 5'10 197 4.65 New Orleans Edna Karr Louisiana
Brandon Brown DB 5'9 150 New Orleans O.P. Walker Louisiana
Tyrone Brinson DB 5'10 180 New Orleans St. Augustine Louisiana
Darrell Paul DB/TE 6'3 180 North Iberville Louisiana
Justin Shelton DB 6'2 195 Oak Grove Louisiana 96-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); HM-LSWA-1A-AS
Gregory Gilbert DB 5'11 150 4.69 Plaquemine Louisiana
Derek Parker DB 5'10 167 4.62 Reserve East St. John Louisiana 63-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 26-LA (September 2005)
Lacardio Joseph DB 5'8 157 4.72 Reserve East St. John Louisiana HM-LSWA-5A-AS
Dwayne Francis DB 5'9 146 4.72 Reserve East St. John Louisiana 78-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Desmond Ellis DB 6'2 195 Richwood Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-District 2-3A
Jeremiah Rodgers DB/QB 6'2 185 4.48 Robert E. Lee Louisiana
Kevin Caesar DB/RB 5'11 180 Ruston Louisiana
Craig Duronselet DB/WR 5'11 175 4.50 St. James Louisiana 72-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Lance Kelly DB/WR/QB 6'2 190 4.48 St. Thomas More Louisiana HM-District 5-4A
Cody Dees DB 5'10 165 Sterlington Louisiana 1-LSWA-2A-AS
Jacoby Gallow DB Ville Platte Louisiana
Cory Underwood DB 6'0 180 West Monroe Louisiana 85-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Jabari Powell DB 5'10 186 Wossman Louisiana
Rondarius Bradley DB 5'9 163 4.56 Wossman Louisiana
Neto Opara DB/WR/LB 6'1 210 Baltimore Gilman Maryland
Landon Tews DB 5'10 180 Columbia Long Reach Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Howard County (DB)
Ben Minturn DB 6'1 171 4.58 Damascus Maryland
Alex Iwaskiw DB/QB 5'9 150 Ellicott City Mount Hebron Maryland
Rayvon Williams DB/RB 5'10 160 4.50 Forestville Bishop McNamara Maryland
Rakeem Vick DB/RB 5'9 182 4.51 Fort Washington Friendly Maryland
Cornelius Ward DB 6'1 167 4.48 Fort Washington Friendly Maryland
Justin Winters DB/LB 6'0 185 Greenbelt Eleanor Roosevelt Maryland
Jay Spinks DB/RB 5'11 180 Greenbelt Eleanor Roosevelt Maryland
Ryan Smith DB/RB 5'10 190 Ijamsville Urbana Maryland
Salifu Cham DB/WR 6'0 160 4.40 Kensington Albert Einstein Maryland
Deshawn Lewis DB/RB 5'11 166 4.68 Largo Maryland
Jake Kues DB/WR 5'10 180 North Carroll Maryland
Russell Winbon DB/RB 5'8 182 4.54 Parkville Maryland
Andre Johnson DB/RB/WR/QB 5'11 192 Surrattsville Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 3A/2A Division Players to Watch
Derron Hall DB/RB 5'9 175 4.50 Upper Marlboro Frederick Douglass Maryland
Wiley Brown DB 5'11 185 4.50 Waldorf Tholmas Stone Maryland
Donald Ellis DB 5'9 170 4.55 Wheaton Maryland
Tim Wells DB/QB/ATH 6'1 170 Abington Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe-All-Scholastic; 1-Braintree Forum-Area
Jonathan Jean-Louis DB 6'0 188 4.42 Arlington Catholic Massachusetts 1-Division 3; 1-Catholic Central Large; Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005)
Jon Demers DB/RB 6'0 195 4.47 Auburn Edward Little Massachusetts
Josh Weinstein DB/RB 5'11 175 Bishop Stang Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe-All-Scholastic
Wendell Chipman DB/RB 6'0 185 Marshfield Massachusetts 1-Division ; 1-Old Colony
Walter Derosier DB/RB 5'11 210 4.53 Worcester Holy Name Central Catholic Massachusetts
Quentin Moten DB/RB 5'11 171 4.62 Birmingham Groves Michigan HM-News-North (LB)
Carlos Richards DB 5'10 160 4.47 Detroit Cass Tech Michigan x
Richard Merritt DB/LB/TE 6'2 180 Detroit Crockett Michigan x
Raymond Hutson DB/QB/WR 6'2 175 4.40 Detroit Urban Lutheran Michigan Bowling Green 1-News-D-AS (DB); 1-AP-D-AS; HM-News-Detroit (DB); 1-Catholic-Intersectional I OFFERS: BG
Tory Garrett DB/RB 5'10 160 4.40 Flint Central Michigan 2-Saginaw Valley Conference (DB); 1-Flint Journal-City
Deon Reed DB/WR/QB 6'0 195 4.73 Flint Hamady Michigan
Jontay Mayberry DB 6'2 170 Grand Rapids Creston Michigan
Clifton Johnson DB/RB 5'10 195 4.42 Lansing Everett Michigan x
Justin Frison DB/WR 5'11 170 4.30 Lansing Sexton Michigan HM-Lansing State Journal-Class A-Area (Chosen from eight schools-DB)
Mike McElroy DB/WR 6'1 180 4.70 Lowell Michigan x HM-News-A-AS; HM-AP-A-AS
Brandon Carnegie DB/WR 5'11 163 4.77 Novi Michigan 1-Freep-North; HM-News-North (DB) 1-Novi-Area; 29-Oakland County-PS-Top 75 OFFERS: BALL ST
Steve Settimo DB/RB 5'10 175 4.62 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan x
Callan Sherd DB/WR 6'1 175 Rockford Michigan 1-News-A-AS (SP); SM-AP-A-AS; HM-Freep-AS; 1-GR Press-Area (WR); 1-Grand Rapids Advance-North (WR)
Kevin Long DB 6'2 190 Walled Lake Central Michigan EMU 1-WLAA (DB) OFFERS: EMU
Matt Wozny DB/LB 5'10 181 4.62 Walled Lake Western Michigan x HM-News-North (LB); 1-WLAA (LB)
Don Fowler DB/WR 6'1 183 Warren DeLaSalle Michigan HM-News-A-AS; 1-News-East; 1-Catholic-Central
JuWan Shakespeare DB/RB/WR 5'11 173 4.97 Warren Zoe Christian Michigan x 1-News-D-AS (DB); HM-News-East (DB)
Delano Sapuro DB 6'0 170 Blaine Minnesota 1-Northwest Suburban (SE)
Patrick Black DB 5'10 185 4.59 Eden Prairie Minnesota
Mike Tice DB 6'1 180 Edina Minnesota 18-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006)
Tony Kubes DB/RB 6'1 180 New Prague Minnesota 3-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 2-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS (KR); 1-Missota (RB/DB)
Robert Labat DB/WR 6'2 190 4.49 Bay St. Louis Mississippi
Kozialski Nelson DB/RB 5'11 170 Benoit Ray Brooks Mississippi
Wayne Leslie DB/RB 5'11 165 Benoit Ray Brooks Mississippi
Justin Cooley DB/WR 5'11 175 4.45 Columbia Mississippi
Joshodrick Rawls DB/LB 6'0 215 Columbia Mississippi
Bobby Neal DB/QB 6'0 165 4.60 Crystal Springs Mississippi
Courtney Hall DB/RB 5'9 173 4.62 Hazlehurst Mississippi 1-Daily Leader-Area (co-OFF MVP)
Willard Ross DB/QB 6'1 190 4.53 Hollandale Simmons Mississippi
Jamal Wilder DB 6'0 165 Kosciusko Mississippi
Clint Coleman DB 6'1 180 Louisville Mississippi Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch
Andrew McGee DB/RB 5'11 170 Magee Mississippi Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch
Alonzo Harris DB/WR 5'10 160 4.59 McComb Mississippi
Jason Bruce DB/QB/ATH 5'10 160 Natchez Mississippi 1-Natchez Democrat-Metro (QB)
Samel Washington DB 6'2 190 Natchez Mississippi
Brandon Cook DB 6'0 175 New Albany Mississippi 1-Tupelo Daily Journal-Area
Wilbert Lee DB/QB 6'1 180 4.50 Puckett Mississippi 2-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-Metro (DB); Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch (QB)
Manuel Brand DB/RB 5'11 170 4.50 Ruleville Central Mississippi
Jeremy Vaughn DB 5'8 160 4.63 Starkville Mississippi
Kyle Roberts DB 5'10 165 4.69 Starkville East Oktibbeha Mississippi
Donnelli Johnson DB 6'1 162 4.59 Starkville East Oktibbeha Mississippi
Darion Gabriel DB/WR 6'3 200 Sumrall Mississippi Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch
Anthony Turner DB 5'11 170 Wayne County Mississippi
Jamar Shelton DB/WR 5'10 176 4.47 West Point Mississippi
Justin Clark DB 6'3 190 Charleston Missouri
Nate Orlando DB/RB 5'8 170 Pattonville Missouri 2-MFCA-6A-AS (RB); 3-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro
Derrion Buchanan DB/WR 6'0 175 St. Louis Gateway Tech Missouri 2-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro
Damien Terrell DB 5'9 150 St. Louis Hazelwood East Missouri
Mark Allen DB 5'10 175 St. Louis Hazelwood East Missouri
Willie Shipp DB/RB 5'7 166 St. Louis University Missouri
Zach Lovell DB 6'0 200 4.43 Lincoln Southwest Nebraska Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006)
D.J. Coleman DB/RB 5'11 175 Omaha Millard North Nebraska
B.J. Lawrence DB 5'11 195 4.37 Omaha Northwest Nebraska
Chris Boudreaux DB 5'11 160 Centennial Nevada
Shamario Jones DB/WR 5'11 180 Cheyenne Nevada 17-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Colin Pretlow DB 5'9 145 4.78 Las Vegas Nevada 13-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Llo'witt Cook DB 5'11 195 Liberty Nevada 18-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Jerel Clark DB 6'1 175 Reed Nevada
Nathan Estimada DB 6'2 184 4.57 Sierra Vista Nevada
Jevohan Livingston DB 5'11 170 Bergen Catholic New Jersey
Shaquan Virgil DB 5'11 182 4.50 Bordentown Florence New Jersey
Matt Szczur DB/RB 5'11 185 4.45 Cape May County Lower Cape May New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006)
Brian Dillard DB/W 6'2 185 4.50 Collingswood New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006)
Melton Diggs DB/RB 5'11 190 4.45 Franklinville Delsea New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006)
Warner Jones DB/WR 5'10 175 4.50 Hillsborough New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
Jay Bailey DB 5'10 165 4.40 Irvington New Jersey
Andrew Booth DB 6'1 185 Jersey City St. Peter's Prep New Jersey
Calvin Otis DB/WR 6'1 179 4.88 Lawrenceville Prep New Jersey
Trey Walden DB/WR 6'0 165 4.50 Matawan Regional New Jersey
Robert Cervini DB/QB 5'11 180 Montvale St. Joseph Regional New Jersey
David Pharr DB/WR 5'9 145 Paramus Catholic New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
Reggie Reed DB/RB 5'10 182 4.39 Penns Grove New Jersey
Kenneth Howard DB/RB 5'10 186 4.63 Plainfield New Jersey
Jaren Matthews DB/QB/WR 6'1 195 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey
Warren Hansen DB/WR 5'10 165 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey
Brandon Boykin DB/WR 6'1 175 4.49 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs (WR)
Andrew Badger DB/RB 6'0 175 4.50 Schalick New Jersey
Travis Warren DB/QB 5'9 180 4.45 Teaneck New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
Arin West DB/QB 6'1 185 4.50 Toms River North New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
Freddie Lavan DB/RB 5'9 169 4.52 Vineland Delsea New Jersey
Matt Jimenez DB/RB 5'11 175 Waldwick New Jersey
Chaz Cervino DB/QB 5'7 161 4.50 Wayne Depaul New Jersey 15 NJ QBs To Watch (Winter 2006); 1-Herald News-Area (North Jersey); 4-NJHS-PS-AS (QB); 1-PS-North Jersey (QB); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: NEWHAMP
Robert Moore DB/WR 5'11 175 Brentwood New York 1-Newsday-Long Island (DB)
Anthony DiNaso DB/WR 5'11 195 Brooklyn Poly Prep New York
Tyrone Grant DB/RB 5'9 165 4.60 Brooklyn Poly Prep New York
Chaz Walker DB/QB/ATH Buffalo Grover Cleveland New York
Jerome Dixon DB Buffalo McKinley New York
Kenny Rogers DB/RB 5'8 190 East Irondequoit Eastridge New York 1-Rochester Democrat & Chronicle-Greater Rochester (DB)
Tonev Abraham DB/ATH 6'1 190 4.40 Flushing Holy Cross New York
Erick Seymour DB 5'11 167 4.65 Hempstead New York
Victor Cherubim DB 5'10 190 4.40 Honeoye Falls Lima New York
Craig Tiberio DB/WR 6'3 175 Le Roy New York 2-NYSWA-C-AS (CB)
Leon Saddler DB/WR 5'10 175 4.42 Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy New York
T.J. McDuffie DB/RB 5'10 174 4.49 Williamsville North New York
LaShawn Spencer DB 5'11 185 4.50 Ashbrook North Carolina Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005)
Quentin Robinson DB/RB 5'10 165 4.50 Brevard North Carolina
Antonio Trollinger DB 5'9 180 Burlington Williams North Carolina
Dontay Taylor DB/RB/LB 5'10 181 4.62 C.B. Aycock North Carolina
T.J. Drakeford DB/QB 5'11 185 4.50 Charlotte Butler North Carolina
Keon Williams DB/QB/ATH 6'1 205 Charlotte Independence North Carolina
Lucas Garber DB 6'2 185 4.60 Charlotte Myers Park North Carolina
Quinton Gaddy DB/WR 6'0 175 4.50 Charlotte West Mecklenburg North Carolina
Chris Rivers DB 5'9 150 4.50 Durham Southern Durham North Carolina
Chris Rivers DB 5'7 160 4.50 Durham Southern Durham North Carolina
Anthony Autry DB/WR 5'10 155 4.40 Elizabethtown East Bladen North Carolina
Jon Brown DB/RB 5'9 170 4.50 Fayetteville Jack Britt North Carolina
Cedrick Snead DB 5'7 160 4.50 Garner North Carolina
Chris Smith DB 5'8 153 4.59 Gaston Northampton West North Carolina
Ronnie Jackson DB 6'2 185 4.40 Greensboro West Gasden North Carolina
James Wynn DB/QB/ATH 5'8 150 4.50 Hendersonville North Carolina Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005)
Chance Barnhardt DB 6'0 160 4.70 Mount Pleasant North Carolina
Kelvin Hardesty DB/RB New Bern North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006)
Brian Sullivan DB/LB/RB 6'1 180 4.40 Newton-Conover North Carolina
Keyon Goodman DB/RB 5'11 175 4.71 North Brunswick North Carolina
T.J. Dent DB/WR 6'0 180 4.50 Northern Durham North Carolina
Josil Roy MacAuley DB/LB 6'0 185 4.60 Raleigh Millbrook North Carolina
Gyles Dillard DB 5'10 170 4.60 Raleigh Millbrook North Carolina
Jeff Henderson DB Raleigh Southeast North Carolina
A.J. Parker DB/QB 6'0 181 4.60 Rockingham Richmond County North Carolina Top 5 Underclassmen (Charlotte Observer, August 14, 2005; QB)
Jeffery Henderson DB 6'1 190 4.50 Southeast Raleigh North Carolina
Doug Myers DB/RB 5'8 165 4.40 Sun Valley North Carolina
Justin Campbell DB/RB 5'8 165 4.50 Sun Valley North Carolina
Carl Brooks DB/RB/LB 6'0 190 4.72 Wendell East Wake North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006)
Andre' Stevenson DB/WR 6'1 170 4.40 West Mecklenburg North Carolina
Cory Jackson DB/QB 6'2 180 4.50 Wilson Fike North Carolina
James Pone DB 5'10 180 4.50 Wilson Hunt North Carolina
Mike Rucker DB/RB 5'9 175 4.50 Winston-Salem North Forsyth North Carolina
Shawn Porter DB/RB 5'11 190 4.50 Winston-Salem Parkland North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006);
Justin Barnett DB 6'1 175 4.50 Akron Garfield Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-II (DB)
Beau Calcei DB/LB 6'2 205 Aurora Ohio 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Medina/Summit/Portage Counties (DB)
Bobby LaRosa DB/RB 6'0 217 4.60 Avon Ohio 1-Northeast Lakes District-III (RB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Lorain County (RB)
Dennis Love DB 6'1 180 Bedford Chanel Ohio 1-AP-Division V-AS; 2-OP-V-AS
Sean Baker DB 6'1 195 Canfield Ohio 2-OPS-II-AS; 2-AP-Division II-AS OFFERS: KENTST,EMU,BALLST,VANDY
Ben Haynes DB/WR 6'2 185 4.61 Chillicothe Zane Trace Ohio
Ryan Rodriguez DB 5'11 185 Cincinnati Moeller Ohio
Patrick McClellan DB 6'3 179 4.50 Cincinnati Moeller Ohio
Scott Starkey DB 5'10 175 Cincinnati Roger Bacon Ohio 1-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-North Division (DB)
Jonathan Davis DB 6'0 170 4.58 Cincinnati Winton Woods Ohio
Eric Haislah DB 5'11 175 Cleveland Glenville Ohio Top 5 CBs-OH-JRS (December); 10-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Eddie Mason DB 5'7 147 Cleveland Glenville Ohio Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); HM-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County
Victor Graham DB 5'10 157 4.53 Columbus Franklin Heights Ohio
Josh Anderson DB/RB 5'10 185 4.40 Columbus Marion-Franklin Ohio Top 5 CBs-OH-JRS (December)
Cornell Jones DB 6'0 212 4.55 Columbus Mifflin Ohio
Tyrone Jones DB/RB 5'8 160 Dayton Chaminade-Julienne Ohio 1-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-North Division (RB)
Kendell Woodard DB 6'0 163 4.40 Dayton Dunbar Ohio
Bryant Clark DB/RB Dayton Meadowdale Ohio Top 5 CBs-OH-JRS (December)
Brandon Henderson DB 5'10 165 4.60 Dayton Trotwood-Madison Ohio
Trey Hunter DB/WR 6'1 191 Eastwood Ohio Eastern Michigan OFFERS: EMU
Don Houser DB Fairborn Ohio
Jaymes Haggerty DB/RB 6'1 195 Gallipolis Gallia Ohio 1-AP-Division III-AS; 2-OPS-III-AS (RB); 9-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: OHIO
Corey Welch DB/LB/RB 5'10 180 Green Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-I (RB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Medina/Summit/Portage Counties (LB)
Devin Favors DB/WR/RB 5'10 195 4.45 Liberty Township Ohio OFFERS: BALLST,EKY
Matt Beggin DB 5'11 180 Lima Senior Ohio Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); 1-Northwest District-1 (DB); 6-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Anthony Wright DB/QB/ATH 5'11 190 Maple Heights Ohio 2-AP-Division II-AS (QB) OFFERS: EMU
Darion McGuire DB/WR/QB 6'2 175 4.50 Massillon Washington Ohio
Larry Carter DB 6'0 162 Middletown Ohio
Billy Alexander DB/RB 5'10 175 4.60 New Carlisle Tecumseh Ohio
Kendall Stinson DB 6'2 Newark Ohio
David Garrett DB 5'9 168 4.40 Painesville Harvey Ohio
Marlon Portis DB 5'9 170 4.45 Painesville Harvey Ohio
Bryant Fox DB 6'1 190 4.51 Piqua Ohio
Phil Collier DB Piqua Ohio
Zach Collaros DB/QB/WR Steubenville Ohio
D.J. Woods DB/WR 5'10 160 4.61 Strongsville Ohio
Myshan Veasley DB 5'9 165 Toledo Rogers Ohio
Joe Barker DB/ATH 6'0 160 4.70 Trenton Edgewood Ohio
Mike Rutan DB 6'1 185 Uniontown Lake Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-II (DB); 2-Federal League (DB)
Kevin Christian DB 6'2 182 4.40 University Heights Cleveland Heights Ohio OFFERS: EMU,YOUNGST
Anthony Kokal DB 5'11 175 Warren John F. Kennedy Ohio Miami (Ohio) OFFERS: KENT ST
Derrick Henry DB/WR 6'1 190 4.50 Worthington Kilbourne Ohio
Jon Wells DB 5'8 175 4.66 Youngstown Liberty Ohio
Steve Slade DB 6'0 200 Youngstown Rayen Ohio
Maurice Jones DB 5'11 206 4.69 Youngstown Ursuline Ohio
Andrew Rounds DB/RB/WR Claremore Oklahoma 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid)
Terrance McBrayer DB/RB 5'9 160 Clinton Oklahoma 1-PS-4A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman)
Anthony Davidson DB/WR East Central Oklahoma
P.J. Adeji-Paul DB/RB 6'0 170 4.78 Jenks Oklahoma
Devan Reed DB 4.50 Jenks Oklahoma
Devin Reed DB/ATH 5'9 165 4.49 Jenks Oklahoma
Adryan Adams DB 6'0 180 Miami Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Oklahoma
Zack Tolliver DB 6'1 170 Moore Westmoore Oklahoma Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005)
Carlos Smith DB 6'2 175 Muskogee Oklahoma
Sam Tullius DB 5'9 175 4.58 Norman Oklahoma
Tony Anderson DB/RB/ATH 5'10 175 Oklahoma City Southeast Oklahoma Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006)
K.J. Washington DB/WR/RB 5'9 175 4.50 Owasso Oklahoma Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005)
Mitchell Brown DB 6'0 170 Seminole Oklahoma 1-PS-3A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman); 3-CoachesAid-PS-AS
Charles Joseph DB/LB 6'0 195 Tulsa East Central Oklahoma
Ron Price DB/ATH 5'10 185 Tulsa Memorial Oklahoma OFFERS: NW ST
Stephan Hawthorne DB 6'0 180 Tulsa Memorial Oklahoma
Kendall McKellum DB 5'11 170 Tulsa Nathan Hale Oklahoma
Marcus Wilson DB/QB 5'9 157 Tulsa School of Science and Technology Oklahoma
Eric Williams DB/RB 5'11 175 Tulsa Union Oklahoma
Jarren Johnston DB/WR 6'0 185 4.55 Eugene Marist Oregon
Logan Beal DB/QB/WR/ATH 6'2 185 4.70 Eugene South Eugene Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 1-Metro League (4A) (DB)
Ivan Amezcua DB 5'10 175 Hermiston Oregon
Greg Carradine DB/QB 5'11 195 4.50 Portland Douglas Oregon
Dylan Faino DB/WR 6'2 190 Portland Lincoln Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 2-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (DB); 1-PIL
Bobby Harding DB 5'10 180 Rainier Oregon
Je'Maury Cal DB/WR 5'11 170 Reynolds Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Justin Smith DB/WR 6'0 190 Southridge Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Cody Cipalla DB/QB 5'11 175 4.50 Albion Northwestern Pennsylvania OFFERS: BUFF,DEL,TEMP
‘D’Mar Jeter DB Aliquippa Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting)
Patric Pettis DB Aliquippa Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting)
Oscar Rivera DB 5'11 175 Bethlehem Liberty Pennsylvania
Chris McGee DB 5'9 166 4.74 Boyertown Pennsylvania
Dave Keisling DB 5'11 185 Clarks Summit Abington Heights Pennsylvania
Dennis Buchman DB/WR 6'0 170 Hazleton Area Pennsylvania 2-AP-AAAA-AS (AP-DEF)
Dennis Bachman DB 5'9 170 Hazleton Area Pennsylvania
Craig Sedunov DB/RB 5'10 168 4,69 Herminie Yough Pennsylvania 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25
Tom Burkett DB/WR 6'0 169 4.56 Herminie Yough Pennsylvania 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25
John Dubois DB 5'10 180 Manheim Township Pennsylvania
Kamryn Keys DB 5'11 181 McKeesport Pennsylvania
Mike Battles DB 5'5 150 4.49 Moon Pennsylvania OFFERS: MIA(OH)
Michael Battles DB 5'6 146 4.68 Moon Pennsylvania OFFERS: MIA(OH)
Carlos Scott DB 5'11 185 Penn Hills Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)
Tyler Ahrenhold DB 6'0 172 Philadelphia Chestnut Hill Pennsylvania
Dom Joseph DB 6'1 185 4.50 Philadelphia Roman Catholic Pennsylvania Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006)
Da'von Moore DB/WR/RB 6'0 195 4.40 Pittsburgh Brentwood Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)
Anthony Bailey DB 6'0 185 Pittsburgh Central Catholic Pennsylvania HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)
Brandon Morris DB/WR/RB 6'0 165 4.50 Pittsburgh North Catholic Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)
Harold Tardy IV DB/WR 6'1 175 4.63 Pittsburgh Perry Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)
Vondre Griffin DB 5'10 172 4.56 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: KENTST
Brandon Watters DB 5'11 175 4.50 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)
Ed Beveridge DB 5'9 187 4.65 Seton-LaSalle Pennsylvania
Tariq Wright DB 6'0 170 Valley Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)
Andre Freeman DB 5'11 167 4.53 Vernon Penn Hills Pennsylvania
Eric Taylor DB 6'2 196 4.62 Vernon Penn Hills Pennsylvania
Josh Smith DB/WR West Lawn Wilson Pennsylvania
Zach Runkel DB Pennsylvania
Taikwon Paige DB/WR 5'11 165 4.40 Aiken South Carolina
Darren Crawford DB/WR 6'2 175 4.60 Aiken South Carolina
Lawrence Boyd DB/WR/RB 6'1 195 Aiken Silver Bluff South Carolina 1-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (WR)
Miker Wright DB 5'10 175 4.45 Bamberg-Ehrhardt South Carolina
Mikar Wright DB 5'10 175 4.55 Bamberg-Erhardt South Carolina
Otha Burkett DB 5'11 170 Battery Creek South Carolina HM-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country (DB); 1-Beaufort Gazette-Area (DB); 1-Beaufort Gazette-PS-Area (DB)
Rashad Watson DB/LB/WR 6'2 200 4.50 Beaufort South Carolina GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); HM-Beaufort Gazette-Area; 1-Beaufort Gazette-PS-Area (WR); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Tyquan Mickens DB/RB 5'11 215 4.50 Bethune Bowman South Carolina 8-RB-SCAR (Spring 2006); 2-SCHSL
Taj Lesane DB/ATH 6'2 192 4.50 Carolina Forest South Carolina South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Trevor Holler DB/WR 6'3 190 Columbia Flora South Carolina
Larry Perry DB/ATH 5'10 175 Fairfield Central South Carolina South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Kevin White DB 6'2 190 Fort Dorchester South Carolina
Karvin J. Snipe DB/WR Greenville Southside South Carolina
Kadarron Anderson DB 6'1 200 4.60 Greenwood South Carolina
Marcus Carrol DB/RB 6'1 190 Greenwood South Carolina
Mark Santoro DB 6'0 185 Greer Riverside South Carolina
Rahmel Lewis DB 6'0 170 Irmo South Carolina
Brandon Davis DB 4.40 Irmo Dutch Fork South Carolina
Jeff Demary DB 6'0 180 4.70 Irmo Dutch Fork South Carolina
Dej'Jon Lee DB 5'11 185 4.35 Lake City South Carolina
Marquil Brown DB/WR 5'9 155 Lake City South Carolina
Marquais Hamlin DB 6'0 177 4.60 Lamar South Carolina
Joe Snipe DB/WR 6'1 180 Mann South Carolina
D.J. Anderson DB 6'3 180 North Augusta South Carolina 2-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (DB)
Antonio Thomas DB 6'2 190 4.50 Spartanburg Broome South Carolina OFFERS: MIDTENST
Anthony Burris DB/LB 6'1 194 Stratford South Carolina
Reshaude Miller DB/WR 6'4 175 West Florence South Carolina 1-PS-Pee-Dee (DB)
Jimmer Boston DB/RB 5'11 185 Westside South Carolina South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
Alex Green DB/WR 5'9 185 Alcoa Tennessee
Tico Andrews DB/QB/ATH 6'3 205 Cross Plains East Robertson Tennessee 3-Nashville Tennesseean-Midstate (ATH-OFF)
Btrandon Thompson DB 6'0 180 Dobyns Bennett Tennessee
Tim Hicks DB 6'0 180 Haywood County Tennessee
Adrian Donald DB/RB 5'8 180 Humboldt Tennessee 2-Jackson Sun-West Tennessee (RB); 1-PS-Murphy Fair-2A-AS (DB)
Josh Liles DB/WR/RB 6'1 180 Jackson University School of Jackson Tennessee
Brandon Small DB/QB 5'11 170 Memphis East Tennessee 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro MIAA 4A-5A
Rakeem Muhammad DB/WR 6'1 195 4.50 Memphis Hillcrest Tennessee
Roderick Oliver DB/RB 5'11 190 4.40 Memphis Melrose Tennessee
Andre Flowers DB/RB 6'0 185 Newbern Dyer County Tennessee
Calvin McNairl DB/QB 6'1 180 Paris Henry County Tennessee 1-TSWA-4A-AS (ATH); 1-Jackson Sun-West Tennessee; 1-PS-Murphy Fair-4A-AS (DB) OFFERS: MIDTENST
Brandon Springer DB/QB 6'3 170 Tiptonville Lake County Tennessee 1-TSWA-1A-AS (ATH); 1-TFCA-1A-AS; 1-PS-Murphy Fair-1A-AS (DB)
Colton Haverda DB/ATH 5'11 180 4.47 Alamo Heights Texas
Melvin Thomas DB/QB/ATH 6'0 180 4.50 Aldine Eisenhower Texas
Chima Nwachukwu DB 5'10 192 4.50 Allen Texas
Michael Wightman DB 6'0 185 4.50 Alvin Texas
Kelby Shandy DB/LB/RB/QB 5'9 170 4.50 Anahuac Texas
Cy Zimmerman DB/WR 5'10 145 Argyle Texas 2-AP-2A-AS (DB)
Eric Bishop DB/RB 5'11 178 4.56 Austin Bowie Texas 3--Central Texas (RB); 1-District 16-5A (RB)
London Durham DB/QB 6'1 170 4.40 Beaumont Ozen Texas
Brian McCleveland DB/WR 5'9 170 4.50 Big Sandy Texas
Kevin Ealey DB/RB 5'8 170 4.48 Brenham Texas 1-District 18-4A (CB-unan.); 2-District 18-4A (RB)
D.J. Emerson DB/RB 5'11 175 4.30 Brookshire Royal Texas 72-JRS-TEX (December 2005)
Logan Bryan DB/WR 6'3 175 Brownsboro Texas 2-AP-3A-AS (DB)
Adam Jones DB/QB 6'2 200 4.60 Carrollton Newman Smith Texas 2-District 10-5A (QB)
Tory Tyner DB 6'0 183 4.50 Cedar Hills Texas
Cory Leman DB/LB 6'0 197 4.72 Champaign Central Texas SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (LB); 1-Champaign-Urbana-NG-Area (LB)
Isiah Courtney DB/QB/ATH 5'10 165 4.50 Channelview Texas
Sawyer Vest DB/QB/ATH 5'10 160 4.50 Childress Texas
Robert Johnson DB/WR 6'4 190 Coldspring Texas
Matt Howe DB/LB 6'3 205 4.60 Colleyvile Heritage Texas HM-District 5-5A; Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005)
Terrence Whitaker DB/RB Connally Texas
Ryan Thornton DB/RB 6'1 195 4.50 Conroe Texas
Ernest Smallwood DB 5'8 150 4.60 Coppell Texas
Jacob Rives DB 5'10 170 Coppell Texas
Chris Meankins DB 6'0 185 4.50 Corsicana Texas 99-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 66-JRS-TEX (December 2005)
Antuan Aaron DB/WR 5'10 175 4.41 Crandall Texas
Rocky Frank DB/RB 5'7 150 Dallas Bryan Adams Texas 1-District 9-5A (RB&DB)
Jeremy Watts DB 5'10 180 Dallas Carter Texas 2-District 9-5A (DB)
Keitavious Jones DB 5'10 165 4.50 Dallas Kimball Texas
Adrian Abner DB/WR/RB 5'8 164 4.65 De Soto Texas 1-District 7-5A (RB)
Jose Miranda DB Edinburg North Texas
Aaron Blackshire DB 5'9 Ennis Texas
Herchel Hunt DB/WR 6'2 185 4.60 Ennis Texas
Alfraid Manning DB 6'3 175 Fairfield Texas
Andre White DB 5'10 165 4.40 Fort Bend Hightower Texas
Jason Jackson DB/QB/ATH 6'0 182 4.51 Fort Worth North Crowley Texas Tulsa OFFERS: TULSA
Dwight Hamilton DB 6'1 175 Garland Texas 1-District 11-5A (CB)
Jamell Kennedy DB/QB/ATH 5'11 160 4.50 Gilmer Texas
Tyree Butler DB/QB 5'10 180 4.70 Grapevine Texas
Jerry Glover DB/QB 5'10 170 Hempstead Texas
Ernest Eastland DB 6'4 210 Houston Booker T. Washington Texas
Curtis Jefferson DB 5'11 175 Houston Cypress Ridge Texas 2-District 17-5A (DB)
Michael Potts DB/QB 6'1 180 Houston Kashmere Texas 1-District 21-4A (QB)
Alan Hayes DB 6'0 190 4.40 Houston Northland Texas
Lance Shepard DB 6'3 185 Houston Sterling Texas
Chris Godine DB 5'9 170 Houston Westbury Texas 2-District 22-4A (DB)
Damien Zachary DB 5'10 185 4.70 Houston Westside Texas
Marc Woods DB/LB/RB 5'10 190 4.60 Houston Wheatley Texas 1-District 22-4A (LB); 2-District 22-4A (RB)
Preston Davis DB 5'11 180 4.50 Houston Yates Texas 2-District 22-4A (DB)
Ed Turner DB/RB 5'9 165 4.40 Katy Mayde Creek Texas 1-District 19-5A (RB)
Aaron LeBruce DB/WR/RB 6'0 170 4.50 Kennedale Texas
Jaron Shepherd DB 6'1 175 Kilgore Texas 1-District 17-4A (S)
Colby Lange DB 6'2 171 4.77 Killeen Harker Heights Texas
Jermaine Jamison DB 6'2 169 4.74 Killeen Harker Heights Texas
Matt Falkenstein DB 6'0 165 Kingwood Texas
Joseph McDonald DB 5'9 175 4.40 La Marque Texas 43-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 23-4A (DB)
Donnell Harris DB/RB 185 Lakeview Texas
Demarcus Houston DB/RB 5'8 160 4.40 Lewisville Hebron Texas 1-District 9-4A (RB)
Joe Jackson DB/LB 5'11 190 4.60 Lufkin Texas 1-District 14-5A
Randy Stewart DB 5'11 190 Magnolia Texas OFFERS: SAMHOU
Brett Ginn DB/RB 5'10 190 4.50 Mansfield Timberview Texas 1-District 15-4A (S)
Harris Agbor DB 5'11 174 4.53 Mesquite Horn Texas
Darrell Jenkins DB/QB 6'0 190 4.50 Newton Texas
Lavorick Williams DB/WR 6'3 180 4.60 Odessa Permian Texas
Robert Murry DB/RB 5'7 165 4.40 Odessa Permian Texas 1-District 3-5A
Justin Clayton DB/RB 5'11 185 4.50 Paris North Lamar Texas
Roosevelt Weeks DB/WR 5'10 182 4.40 Pearland Texas
Kris Ankenbauer DB 5'9 169 4.47 Plano East Texas
Davon Lewis DB/QB 6'0 170 4.50 Port Arthur Memorial Texas
Todd Gardner DB 5'11 168 4.78 Port Arthur Memorial Texas 2-District 22-5A-Zone B (DB)
Brian Williams DB/WR 6'1 185 4.60 Rice Consolidated Texas
David Banks DB 6'1 185 4.40 Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated Texas
Richard Havins DB 5'10 168 4.64 Round Rock Westwood Texas 1-District 15-5A (DB)
Justin Starns DB/RB/LB/WR 6'0 195 4.40 Rusk Texas
Travis Vorpahl DB 6'1 195 4.60 San Antonio Churchill Texas
Marc Kinney DB 6'1 184 4.72 San Antonio MacArthur Texas 1-District 26-5A (DB)
Maurice Caldwell DB/RB 6'0 170 San Antonio Warren Texas
Jared Johnson DB/WR 6'3 190 4.60 Shallowater Texas
Josh Robinson DB 6'3 190 South Garland Texas
Luther Eta DB 5'7 163 4.55 Spring Westfield Texas 1-District 22-5A-Zone A (DB & KR); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005)
Anthony Forker DB/RB 5'10 185 4.41 Spring Westfield Texas
Skye Green DB/RB/WR 4.40 Sweetwater Texas
Joseph Banyard DB/LB/RB 5'11 185 4.40 Sweetwater Texas
Robert Akins DB 6'0 185 4.60 Taylor Texas
Jarvis Carraway DB/RB 5'10 200 4.40 Texas City Texas 1-District 23-4A (RB); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: UTEP
Briley Worthington DB/QB 6'1 160 4.50 Weatherford Texas
Jake Hawkins DB/PK 5'11 180 Winnsboro Texas
Mallory Woodall DB/RB 4.40 Wylie Texas
Mychal Robinson DB 5'10 160 Draper Juan Diego Utah
Nick Martineau DB/WR 6'1 165 Kaysville Davis Utah 2-Salt Lake Tribune-5A-AS (DB); 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-5A-AS (SPEC)
Chaz Walker DB 6'0 185 Kaysville Davis Utah
Roman Black DB 4.40 San Juan Utah 2-Salt Lake Tribune-2A-AS (RB)
Alonzo Poe DB/WR 5'8 170 Amherst County Virginia 2-AP-AA-AS (DB); 2-VHSCA-AA-AS (DB); 1-Seminole District (RB & DB)
Terence Glenn DB/WR/QB/ATH 5'11 160 4.54 Ashburn Stone Bridge Virginia 1-Liberty District (QB; PoY)
Julian Poindexter DB/QB 6'0 170 Bedford Liberty Virginia
Austin Morris DB/WR 6'1 174 4.78 Chantilly Virginia 1-Concorde District (DB)
Mike Beckford DB/WR 6'1 175 Charlottesville Albemarle Virginia
Colin Pehanick DB/RB/PK 6'2 195 4.50 Charlottesville St. Anne's-Belfield Virginia
Trevor Callaway DB 5'10 165 4.65 Chatham Virginia
Donte Graham DB/LB 5'10 174 4.65 Chesapeake Western Branch Virginia 2-Southeastern District (DE)
Brandon Davis DB/RB 5'8 153 4.55 Clifton Centreville Virginia 2-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia (DB); 1-Concorde District (DB)
Sam Kirkland DB 6'0 185 4.50 Deep Creek Virginia 16-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot)
Dontay Garrison DB/RB 5'8 172 4.60 Highland Springs Virginia HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (RB); 1-Capital District (RB)
J.T. Zdanek DB/LB/RB 6'0 195 4.61 Midlothian Clover Hill Virginia
Larandale Lee DB 6'0 162 4.60 Newport News Heritage Virginia
Larry Armstead DB 6'1 190 4.65 Norfolk Maury Virginia
Delonte Epps DB/WR 5'9 175 4.50 Norfolk Norview Virginia 2-Eastern District (WR)
Keenan Bratton DB 5'11 175 4.55 Potomac Osbourn Park Virginia
Corey Mosley DB/RB 5'10 191 4.71 Richmond Henrico Virginia 2-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (DB); 1-Capital District (DB)
Jonathan Wade DB 6'1 202 4.40 Richmond Meadowbrook Virginia
Marell Evans DB/LB/WR 6'4 200 4.70 Richmond Varina Virginia 2-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (LB); 1-Capital District (LB) OFFERS: TEMP,BALLST
Dallas Dowling DB/WR 6'0 175 Richmond Varina Virginia
James Smith DB/QB 6'1 170 4.50 Stafford Virginia
Tajh Taylor DB/QB 5'10 165 4.34 Virginia Beach Kempsville Virginia
Omoniyi Bakare DB/LB 5'8 185 4.68 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia 2-Cardinal District (LB)
Rondell Kelley DB/WR 5'10 193 4.65 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia 1-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia; 1-Cardinal District (DB)
Deante Steele DB/WR/RB 5'7 170 4.40 Woodbridge Potomac Virginia 1-Cardinal District (DB); 2-Cardinal District (WR)
Phillip Thaxton DB/WR 5'10 170 4.40 Yorktown Grafton Virginia OFFERS: VMI,JAMESMAD
Phil Jennings DB/QB/P 6'2 185 4.60 Yakima West Valley Washingon 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-AP-3A-AS (DB); HM-Washington Preps-3A-AS (DB & P); 1-Mid Valley League (DB); HM-Mid Valley League (QB)
Quinn MacWatters DB Blanchet Washington
Anthony Watkins DB/QB 6'1 175 4.60 Burien Highline Washington
Ryan Edwards DB/WR 5'11 180 4.60 Issaquah Skyline Washington 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006)
Dylan Jones DB/LB/RB 6'2 195 4.50 Kennewick Southridge Washington 4-9 WA RBs (Winter 2006)
Matt Valenta DB 5'10 185 Olympia Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-4A-AS; 1-Olympia Olympian-Area; 1-Narrows Bay League
Bobby Gentry DB/QB 5'11 170 Seattle Kennedy Washington 1-Seamount League-King Division (DB)
Nick Proen DB 6'1 180 4.60 Spokane Mead Washington 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006)
Charles Webster DB/WR 6'1 200 Tyee Washington
Andrew Carrier DB/ATH 6'0 155 Buckhannon-Upshur West Virginia 1-AP-AAA-AS (UT-DEF)
Kyle Allard DB/QB 6'0 185 4.50 Fairmont West West Virginia SM-AP-AAA-AS (UT)
Isaiah Keyes DB/QB/ATH 6'2 200 Huntington West Virginia
Derek Long DB 6'2 160 Morgantown West Virginia 2-AP-AAA-AS (DB)
Corey Robinson DB/WR 6'3 200 Cambridge Wisconsin 19-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-Madison Capital Times-Area (DB); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Jesse Vandenberg DB 6'1 195 Kaukauna Wisconsin 22-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
Justin Belotti DB/WR 5'11 182 4.62 Kenosha Bradford Wisconsin 23-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Tony Megna DB/QB 6'0 180 4.50 Oak Creek Wisconsin 37-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)



Honorable Mention


Chris Booker DB/ATH 5'10 165 Brantley Alabama 1-ASWA-1A-AS (LB); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-1A-AS (ATH-DEF)
Michael Irvin DB/LB Decatur Alabama 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area (LB)
Demarrius Goode DB Decatur Alabama 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area
Derek Daniel DB 5'6 140 Fairfield Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Chad Johnson DB Millry Alabama HM-ASWA-1A-AS (DB)
Anthony McCall DB/WR 6'0 170 Montgomery Academy Alabama HM-ASWA-3A-AS (WR); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A/4A-Metro
Darnodo Smith DB/LB/DL 5'10 190 4.40 Montgomery Carver Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-5A/6A-Metro
Blake Foster DB 6'2 180 Pickens Academy Alabama 1-ASWA-AISA-AS (DB)
Rashad Graham DB 6'0 174 Russellville Alabama
Jay Johnson DB/RB 5'8 152 Southern Choctaw Alabama 1-ASWA-2A-AS (DB)
Corteza Allen DB 5'10 148 Trussville Hewitt Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game
Michael Melendez DB 6'3 170 Anchorage Dimond Alaska Top 60 Alaska (Spring 2006)
Andy Workman DB 6'1 190 Chandler Hamilton Arizona
Jese Wheeler DB/QB 5'10 175 Coolidge Arizona 1-Arizona Republic-3A-1A-AS (QB)
Nick Vaden DB 6'2 180 Greenway Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Nico Sessions DB 6'2 205 Hamilton Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Leonard Jackson DB/WR 5'9 170 Ironwood Arizona
Kyle Szyndlar DB Ironwood Ridge Arizona 1-Tucson Arizona Star-Southern Arizona (DB)
Chad Lewis DB 5'9 160 Millennium Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 1-Tucson Arizona Star-4A-Southern Arizona (DB)
Jonathan Ott DB/WR Mt. Ridge Arizona
Mark Bell DB/WR 6'1 162 Peoria Centennial Arizona
Richar Maack DB 5'9 157 4.92 Phoenix Desert Vista Arizona
Darren Lewis DB Phoenix South Mountain Arizona
Casey Lytle DB/LB 6'2 180 Scottsdale Chaparral Arizona
Chase Hunter DB 5'10 180 Shadow Mountain Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Josh Felton DB/RB 5'8 160 St. Mary's Arizona
Mike Malone DB/RB 5'11 175 Tempe Arizona
Aaron Dixon DB/RB 5'10 180 Tempe Marcos de Niza Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Andre Jackson DB 5'11 160 Tempe McClintock Arizona
Nick Ziegler DB 6'2 195 Tucson Canyon del Oro Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Steven Pope-Rolewski DB 6'2 185 Tucson Canyon del Oro Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Tyler Mohrlock DB 5'10 185 Tucson Canyon del Oro Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Greg Noble DB 5'11 190 Benton Arkansas
Clayton Summerville DB 5'8 180 Benton Arkansas
C.J. Davis DB/RB 6'3 195 Danville Arkansas
Jason Dahl DB/QB 5'9 165 4.60 Des Arc Arkansas 1-AA-AS
Kenny Stockalper DB 5'10 170 4.62 Fayetteville Arkansas
Nathan Staton DB/WR 5'11 155 Greenwood Arkansas 1-AAAA West (T/DE)
Justin Akins DB/RB/LB 5'10 180 4.40 Jacksonville Arkansas
Justin Hoof DB/RB 6'2 185 4.50 Junction City Arkansas
Justin Rowden DB/QB 5'11 175 Searcy Arkansas
Trent Budder DB/WR 5'9 160 Siloam Springs Arkansas 1-AAAA West (WR/DB)
Nico Hobbs DB 5'9 160 4.60 Stuttgart Arkansas 1-AAAA Southeast (DB/WR)
Edward Buford DB/QB 6'0 190 4.50 West Helena Arkansas
Mickey Moses DB 6'0 160 Anaheim Servite California
Patrick Flanagan DB/WR 5'10 175 Anaheim Servite California
Hayden Hiatt DB 6'2 185 Anaheim Servite California
Dwayne Adams DB/RB 5'9 180 Berkeley California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (RB)
Marcus Simmons DB 5'11 184 Brooklyn Xaverian California
Nick Graves DB/QB 6'4 185 Cathedral City California
Shawn Plummer DB Clovis California
Byron Colbert DB/RB 5'9 170 Concord De La Salle California
Ryan Hanford DB 5'9 163 Corona Santiago California 1-CIF-Division V-Southern Section (DB)
Keenan Edwards DB/RB 5'10 175 Covina California
Andre Shinda DB Fontana Miller California 1-Citrus Belt League (DB)
Zack Hill DB 6'2 173 4.84 Fresno Clovis West California
Andrew Brown DB/WR 5'10 162 Golden Valley California 1-Bakersfield Californian-Area (DB)
Troy Bailey DB/QB 6'2 190 Huntington Beach California
Cartier Davis DB 5'6 151 4.71 Lawndale Leuzinger California
Eli Silva DB/RB 5'9 150 Lemoore California
Anthony Rayas DB/WR 5'11 167 Los Angeles Franklin California
Holden Watne DB/QB 6'0 176 Los Angeles Loyola California
Jonathan Calhoun DB/WR 5'10 162 4.75 Los Angeles Verbum Dei California
Brandon Martin DB/RB 5'10 160 Los Banos California
Sean Burns DB/LB 5'11 170 Mammoth Lakes Mammoth California
Sydney Allen DB/WR 6'2 170 Merced California
Dean Lucero DB 6'4 171 Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills California
Chase Deadder DB/WR 6'3 180 Modesto Central Catholic California
Mike Nicolini DB/WR 5'11 190 Novato California 2-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (DB); 1-PS-Redwood Empire
Riley Mende DB/WR 5'10 180 Oceanside California
Robert Gillette DB 5'11 175 Pacific Palisades California
Phillip Van Holland DB/RB 5'10 Placentia El Dorado California 1-CIF-Division VI-Southern Section (DB)
Ryan Counce DB/WR 6'0 185 Redlands California 1-Citrus Belt League (WR)
Donald Senegal DB/QB 5'8 159 Reseda Clevaland California
Ben Tankersley DB/QB 5'11 165 Ridgecrest Burroughs California
Doug Banks DB/RB 5'9 165 Sacramento Grant California
Marcus McAfee DB/WR 6'0 170 Sacramento Kennedy California
Ronnie Childs DB 5'9 165 4.50 San Diego Hoover California
Kyle Moore DB 5'10 170 San Diego Mira Mesa California
Tim Barnes DB 5'9 175 San Diego St. Augustine California
Robert Carlson DB 5'7 170 San Francisco Sacred Heart Cathedral California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (DB)
Lance Gemette DB/RB 5'10 160 San Jose Leland California
Anthony Ruize DB 5'8 175 Serrano California 1-CIF-Division VIII-Southern Section (UT-DEF)
Drew Abeyta DB Sherman Oaks Notre Dame California
Jack Forbes DB/WR Terra Nova California
Montrel Richardson DB/RB 5'8 145 Tracy West California HM-CAL-AS (DB/RB)
Jeremy Hibbs DB/RB 6'0 185 Turlock California
Keith Klemens DB/LB 5'10 171 Valencia California 1-Los Angeles Daily News-Santa Clarita Valley (LB); 1-Santa Clara Valley
Kyle Gallagher DB/ATH 6'0 179 Woodland California
Pierre Girtley DB 5'11 170 Yucaipa California 1-Citrus Belt League (DB)
Jason Espinoza DB 5'9 165 Alamosa Colorado 1-Rocky Mountain News-3A-AS (DB); HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; Rocky Mountain News: BEST OF CLASS 3A
Chris Larsen DB/QB 5'10 160 4.40 Aurora Regis Jesuit Colorado
Josh Corbin DB/WR 6'0 160 Cherokee Trail Colorado HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-3A-AS
Justin Mattice DB/QB 5'11 160 4.60 Colorado Springs Liberty Colorado
Jerrod Campbell DB 5'11 180 Golden Colorado 2-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS (DB)
Joe Vigil DB/QB/ATH 5'9 150 4.60 Littleton Colorado
C.J. Gillman DB/RB 6'2 185 Littleton Columbine Colorado
Jordan Savage DB 5'8 165 Pine Creek Colorado 1-Denver Post-4A-AS (DB); HM-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS
Tyler McFarlane DB/WR 6'2 195 4.80 Greenwich Brunswick Connecticut
Matt Rossi DB 5'10 175 North Branford Connecticut
Joshua Massey DB 5'8 162 4.59 Notre Dame Connecticut
James Devore DB Trumbull Connecticut
Antwan Stewart DB/RB 5'11 185 Washington Dunbar D.C.
Alex Johnston DB 6'2 192 4.78 Washington Gonzaga D.C.
Bryan Hinderer DB 6'2 177 4.72 Wilmington St. Marks Delaware
Reggie Haynes DB/WR 6'1 170 4.65 Apopka Florida
Devarius Cook DB/QB 6'0 170 Bartow Florida
Devarious Cook DB/QB 5'11 165 Bartow Florida
Karl Charles DB Belle Glade Glades Day Florida 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small (DB)
Terry Mobley DB 5'10 170 Bushnell South Sumter Florida
James Guest DB/QB 5'10 175 Cocoa Beach Florida
A.J. Land DB 6'2 188 Cross City Dixie County Florida
Bruna Foster DB/ATH 6'3 195 Daytona Beach Mainland Florida
Nicholal Davenport DB 6'1 176 4.81 Deerfield Beach Florida
Clayton Lowery DB 5'10 155 DeLand Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Volusia County; 2-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area
Corey Miller DB/WR Dunnellon Florida 1-Ocala-Area
Lorenzo Fullmore DB Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons Florida 2-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A (DB); HM-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large
Tyson Butler DB/RB Fort Myers Cypress Lake Florida
Jhermel Knight DB 5'9 175 4.56 Fort Myers Dunbar Florida
Chris Brown DB 6'0 155 Fort Pierce Central Florida 2-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area
Alden Crawford DB Gainesville Buchholz Florida
Kenny Gatus DB Gateway Florida
Bob Evans DB/RB/WR Groveland South Lake Florida
Beran Blanfort DB 6'0 187 Hialeah Florida
Justin Woodard DB/RB 5'9 170 4.50 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida HM-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A
Omar Hansborough DB Homestead Florida
Mike Stukel DB/QB 6'0 175 Jacksonville Bishop Kenny Florida
Mike Fairbanks DB 6'1 170 4.60 Jacksonville Lee Florida
Vince Ratto DB 6'0 180 Jacksonville Nease Florida
Pierre Gathers DB 5'8 146 4.50 Jacksonville Sandalwood Florida
Micha Williams DB 6'2 193 4.91 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Jerome C. Blyden DB 5'10 177 Land O' Lakes Florida 2-Tampa Tribune-Pasco County (DB); HM-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County
Brad Patton DB/RB 6'0 184 Land O'Lakes Florida HM-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County (RB)
Paul Jackson DB 5'10 178 Melbourne Florida
Kimmel Chisolm DB/LB 5'10 180 Melbourne Holy Trinity Florida
Kowon Wade DB 6'1 185 Merritt Island Florida
Dantwan Bradshaw DB 5'6 134 4.60 Miami Carol City Florida
Marcus Pitts DB 5'10 170 4.68 Miami Central Florida
Deleon Gause DB 5'11 180 Miami Central Florida
Ariel Martinez DB/QB 6'3 186 Miami Coral Park Florida
Henry Livingston DB 6'2 170 Miami Coral Springs Florida
Kenneth Jaboin DB/QB/ATH 6'1 190 Miami Edison Florida
Eric Kelly DB 5'10 165 Miami Edison Florida
Anthony Gaitor DB 5'10 165 4.51 Miami Northwestern Florida
Tijuan Davis DB 5'10 156 4.52 Miami Northwestern Florida
Cornelius Allen DB 5'7 147 4.48 Milton Florida ; 3-FSWA-4A-AS (DB)
Lorenzo Durias DB/WR 5'10 145 Mount Dora Bible Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County (KR)
Jacques Bazile DB Naples Florida
Rolf Bathold DB 5'10 175 4.49 Naples Lely Florida
Thomas Easters DB Ocala St. John Lutheran Florida ; 2-FSWA-1B-AS (UT-DEF); HM-Ocala-Area
A.J. Wright DB 5'10 162 4.63 Okeechobee Florida
Steven Babb DB 6'0 185 Orlando Boone Florida
Joel Hutsell DB 5'11 170 Orlando Boone Florida
Jared Vaughn DB 5'10 175 Orlando Dr. Phillips Florida
Philip Prioleau DB 5'9 180 Orlando Oak Ridge Florida
Jordan Earl DB/ATH 5'10 168 Palm Beach Central Florida
Ryan Rich DB 6'1 200 Pensacola Florida
C.J. Dancy DB/QB 5'11 175 Pensacola Pine Forest Florida 2-Pensacola News Journal-Area (DB)
Noah Pressley DB 5'9 155 Plantation American Heritage Florida 1-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small
John Seravalli DB 5'10 175 South Daytona Warner Christian Florida ; 1-FSWA-1B-AS; 2-Orlando Sentinel-Volusia County; 2-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area
Ricky Ten-Hue DB 5'10 160 South Fork Florida HM-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area
Mike Harris DB/QB 5'10 170 South Miami Florida HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A
Ohara Fluellen DB 6'0 177 4.75 South Plantation Florida
Clint Peas DB 5'9 172 4.60 Tallahassee Godby Florida
Trey Hill DB 5'9 180 Tampa Jefferson Florida
Kristopher Bellamy DB/ATH 6'0 175 Tampa Plant City Florida
Marquise Gamble DB 6'1 164 Tarpon Springs Florida HM-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast; 1-St. Petersburg Times-Pinellas County
David Bostic DB/RB 5'11 190 Tavares Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County (DB)
Ryan Ranie DB/RB 5'11 185 Wewahitchka Florida ; 2-FSWA-1A-AS (UT-OFF); HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 1A (RB); 1-FACA-District 3 (RB)
Trannon Myers DB Wewahitchka Florida ; HM-FSWA-1A-AS (DB); HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 1A (DB)
Beau Barnes DB/LB 6'1 170 Zephyrhills Florida HM-St. Petersburg Times:-Suncoast; 1-Tampa Tribune-Pasco County (LB); 1-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County (LB)
Sederrik Cunningham DB/QB 5'11 175 Zephyrhills Florida 2-Tampa Tribune-Pasco County (DB); HM-St. Petersburg Times-Pasco County (QB/DB)
Thurston Howard DB/TE 6'1 175 4.85 Atlanta Banneker Georgia
Xavier Shorthouse DB/WR 5'11 176 Atlanta Grady Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (DB)
Gary Marshall DB/QB 5'9 165 Atlanta Marist Georgia HM-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale (QB); 1-Atlanta JC-Northside (QB); HM-Crier-Area (QB)
DeAngelo Paschal DB 5'9 172 4.66 Atlanta McNair Georgia
Adam Al-Khayyal DB/WR 6'3 190 Atlanta Westminster Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (WR)
Antonio Taylor DB/WR/QB 6'2 170 Brunswick Georgia
Tyler Reedy DB/RB 5'9 170 4.59 Canton Sequoyah Georgia
Greg Wilson DB/WR/QB 5'10 170 College Park North Clayton Georgia
Quinton Wells DB 6'2 175 Columbus Kendrick Georgia
Clarence Brown DB/WR 6'2 170 Columbus Kendrick Georgia
Jonathan Bringuel DB 5'11 175 East Coweta Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-Fayette/Coweta (DB)
Jonathan Osborne DB 5'9 160 East Hall Georgia
Brandon Cobb DB/RB 6'0 198 4.70 Gainesville Georgia
Christian Harrison DB/ATH 5'9 180 Greensboro Greene County Georgia
Fred Porter DB 6'3 180 Hawkinsville Georgia
Danny Daggett DB 5'11 155 Josey Georgia
Logan Hunt DB/RB/LB 6'0 185 4.65 Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett Georgia
Rontae Norman DB/QB 5'9 165 Lincoln County Georgia 1-Augusta Chronicle:-Georgia Area (DB)
Franklin Jones DB/RB 5'10 180 4.48 Lincolnton Lincoln County Georgia
Justin King DB/WR 5'11 170 4.50 Loganville Grayson Georgia
Eric Hannah DB 5'8 143 4.47 Louisville Jefferson County Georgia
Kevin Daniels DB 5'10 155 4.60 Lovejoy Georgia
Jemarcus Johnson DB 5'8 174 4.62 Lovejoy Georgia
Jenorris Darby DB 6'1 179 4.75 North Clayton Georgia
Zach Woods DB 5'11 165 4.81 Northgate Georgia
Caleb Wishart DB 6'1 190 Riverside Military Academy Georgia
JaMario Thomas DB/LB/RB 5'9 180 Rockdale County Georgia 1-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale (LB)
Chris Grant DB/RB 5'11 175 Snellville South Gwinnett Georgia
T.J. Washington DB/RB 5'11 165 South Effingham Georgia 1-Savannah Morning News-Area (DB)
Derrick Smith DB/LB Swainsboro Georgia
Dontavia Bogan DB/WR Thomasville Thomas County Georgia
Cimiyun Sullivan DB 5'11 163 4.52 Towers Georgia
Jonathan Ashley DB 6'0 178 Whitewater Georgia 2-Atlanta JC-Fayette/Coweta (DB)
Buster Skrine DB 5'9 147 4.60 Woodstock Ettowa Georgia
Tyler Graham DB 5'11 160 Woodward Georgia
Joe Smith DB/LB 5'10 175 Ramstein Germany 1-DODDs-All-Europe (LB)
Scott Keiter-Charles DB/WR 5'9 160 Castle Hawaii 1-OIA-Red (DB); 2-OIA-Red (WR)
Marc Moody DB 5'11 189 4.88 Honolulu St. Louis Hawaii
Austin Healy DB 5'10 150 Kapolei Hawaii 2-OIA-West (DB)
Dustin Pau'u DB 5'11 160 Leilehua Hawaii 2-OIA-West (DB)
Justin Udy DB/QB 5'10 155 Genesee Idaho 1-1A-AS (QB & DB)
Stephen Hallock DB 5'9 150 4.78 Meridian Idaho
Preston Guse DB/WR 6'0 170 Barrington Illinois
Kenny Bell DB 5'11 170 4.70 Bolingbrook Illinois
Danny Wood DB 5'11 175 Burbank St. Laurence Illinois
Dillion Cappello DB/WR 6'1 172 Cary-Grove Illinois
Tony Petruzzello DB Champaign Centennial Illinois 1-Champaign-Urbana-NG-Area (DB)
Brendan Sheehy DB/RB 6'0 185 Chicago Brother Rice Illinois
Greg McGivens DB 5'10 190 Chicago Hubbard Illinois
Antwian Windmon DB 4.40 Chicago Morgan Park Illinois
Everett Croom DB Chicago Morgan Park Illinois
Scottie Cole DB 6'0 183 Chicago Mt. Carmel Illinois
Dan Jilek DB 5'9 160 Chicago St. Rita Illinois
Earnest Green DB 5'10 155 Chicago St. Rita Illinois
Nick Fahey DB/WR Deerfield Illinois 2-Lake County (DB)
Brendan Briscoe DB 6'2 175 Downers Grove North Illinois
Kevin Tokarski DB 5'8 183 Downers Grove North Illinois
Steve Mandru DB 5'9 170 Downers Grove South Illinois
Deon Thompson DB 5'7 175 4.87 Evanston Illinois
Patrick Strong DB Harvey Thornton Township Illinois
Ryan Searls DB/RB 5'10 180 Joliet Catholic Academy Illinois
Sean Hertz DB/WR 6'3 180 Lake Villa Lakes Illinois 1-Lake County (DB); 1-North Suburban Conference
Kevin Murtha DB 6'0 185 Lincolnshire Stevenson Illinois
Brad Wertz DB/LB 5'11 191 Lincolnshire Stevenson County Illinois
Brandon Phillips DB/RB 6'1 183 New Lenox Providence Catholic Illinois
Dan Mega DB/WR 6'1 175 Oak Park Fenwick Illinois
Kyle Hackworth DB 6'2 165 Plainfield South Illinois 3-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Gavin Johnston DB/QB 6'1 167 Reed-Custer Illinois 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Rod Harrington DB 6'3 200 Romeoville Illinois HM-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Ray James DB/RB 6'0 169 4.88 Romeoville Illinois 3-Suburban Chicago News-Area (RB)
Reagan O'Toole DB 6'2 170 St. Francis Illinois
Mike Allen DB 5'11 165 St. Francis Illinois 1-Daily Herald-DuPage County-Area
Gregory Welker DB 5'9 180 Warrenville Wheaton South Illinois
Matt Gore DB/QB 6'0 175 Boonville Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Glen Love DB 6'3 190 Chandler Hamilton Indiana
Adam Hutnick DB/WR 6'0 170 Chesterton Indiana 2-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB)
Tim Edmonds DB/TE 6'1 170 Clinton Central Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (TE/FS)
Jon Sertich DB/RB 5'10 175 Crown Point Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Drew Knigga DB/RB 6'0 181 East Central Indiana 2-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB); 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (DB)
Brett Bragdon DB/RB 6'2 180 Eastern Hancock Indiana 2-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB)
Tyler Delander DB/QB 6'0 165 Eastside Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Brandon Stewart DB/WR 5'11 170 Evansville North Indiana
Jordan Wise DB 6'1 180 Fort Wayne Homestead Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (QB/S)
Kevin Wallpe DB 5'9 175 Greensburg North Decatur Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (RB/DB)
Nick Baughman DB 5'11 170 Greenwood Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (CB/S)
Mitch Deffner DB/P 6'4 195 4.65 Greenwood Center Grove Indiana 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS (P)
Cody Henderson DB/WR 6'1 180 Hamilton Heights Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Cory Robinson DB/WR 6'1 180 Hamilton Heights Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Davin Goins DB/RB 5'10 186 Highland Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Ben Gomes DB 6'0 172 Indianapolis Ben Davis Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS FS); HM-Indianapolis Star-Marion County
Josh Snyder DB 5'11 160 Indianapolis Franklin Central Indiana HM-Indianapolis Star-Marion County
Devin Hunter DB 6'0 165 Indianapolis North Central Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Alex Johnson DB 6'0 160 Indianapolis Perry Meridian Indiana HM-Indianapolis Star-Marion County
Rodney Morton DB/LB 5'11 175 Indianapolis Warren Central Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (OLB/SS)
Devin Pipkin DB 5'9 161 Indianapolis Warren Central Indiana
Dustin Wilson DB/RB 6'0 175 Kankakee Valley Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
E.J. Cripe DB/RB 5'11 195 Lapel Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Aaron Bettcer DB/QB 6'0 150 LaVille Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (QB/CB)
Justin Downey DB 6'2 185 Madison Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (DB)
Jacob Randall DB 6'3 180 Marion Indiana
Jeff Lane DB/WR 5'10 170 New Albany Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (SE/CB)
Brant Ehret DB/WR 6'0 165 NorthWood Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Brent Corbett DB 6'0 181 Plymouth Indiana 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS (DB); 1-South Bend Tribune Football Dream Team (DB); 1-South Bend Tribune-4A-Area (DB)
Brent Sever DB/WR 6'3 180 Valparaiso Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (WR/DB)
Chris Yost DB/LB/WR 5'11 190 West Lafayette Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Wes Dickinson DB/RB 5'11 165 Western Indiana HM-AP-3A-AS (RB); SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (RB/DB); 1-Kokomo Tribune-Area (OFF PoY)
Ryon Keys DB/RB 5'10 180 Yorktown Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Zach Schulte DB 6'1 170 Cedar Rapids Xavier Iowa 3-INA-4A-AS
Eric Feuller DB 6'1 185 4.70 Charles City Iowa
Anthony Miller DB Davenport Assumption Iowa HM-MAC Conference
Jeremy Batiste DB 5'8 175 4.66 Des Moines Roosevelt Iowa
Jacob Ryan DB 5'9 160 Mount Vernon Iowa 2-Des Moines Register-3A-AS (DB)
Josh Collins DB/QB 5'10 165 Sioux City West Iowa 3-INA-4A-AS
Brent Cooprider DB 4.50 Hutchinson Kansas
Tommy Woods DB/QB 6'4 185 Wamego Kansas
Blake Maly DB 5'10 180 Wichita Carroll Kansas 2-Wichita City League
R.B. Browning DB/RB/TE 6'1 190 Berea Madison Southern Kentucky
Ryan Beard DB 6'1 170 4.50 Bowling Green Kentucky
Nick Tanner DB/QB 6'2 185 Calhoun McClean County Kentucky
Tim Smith DB/WR 6'2 175 4.50 Campbellsville Kentucky
Chris James DB 6'2 175 Georgetown Scott County Kentucky
Levi Stenson DB 5'11 165 Lewisport Hancock County Kentucky 2-Owensboro-Messenger-Inquirer-Area (DB)
Marcus Bentley DB/WR 6'2 190 Lexington Henry Clay Kentucky 2-Lexington Herald-Leader-City (DB)
Marcus Patterson DB/WR 6'1 180 Liberty Casey County Kentucky 1-KY Mid-State FCA-South-All-Star Team (DB)
Jeffrey House DB/RB 5'11 170 Louisville Waggener Kentucky 1-Region 2, District 3 (FB & DB & RET)
Nick Hall DB 5'7 175 Owensboro Kentucky 1-Owensboro-Messenger-Inquirer-Area (RET)
Scott Gray DB/RB 5'10 175 Union Ryle Kentucky HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (RB); Cincinnati.Com Top 5 Kentucky underclassmen to watch
Vince Murry DB/WR Union Ryle Kentucky
Terrence Thibodeaux DB 5'9 160 Abbeville Louisiana
Cody Haralson DB 5'10 180 Baton Rouge Istrouma Louisiana 91-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 6-4A; 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-5A-4A-Metro
Ronnie Alexander DB/WR 6'0 170 Belaire Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 6-4A (ATH&DB)
Rekeem Wilson DB 5'10 170 Bogalusa Louisiana
Jason McMillan DB 5'9 155 Church Point Louisiana 1-District 5-3A (DB)
Johnny Williams DB 6'1 190 Clinton Louisiana 1-District 8-2A (DB)
Chad Keys DB/WR 6'0 170 Covington St. Paul Louisiana 1-District 4-5A (WR); 1-St. Tammany Parish (WR)
Matt Teen DB 6'1 170 Covington St. Paul Louisiana
Kyle Bertholot DB 5'9 170 Covington St. Paul' Louisiana
Frank Lanasa DB 6'0 180 East Ascension Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 7-4A (DB)
Brady Claser DB 6'0 180 East Beauregard Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Tim Machen DB 5'10 165 Episcopal Louisiana 1-LSWA-2A-AS; 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-3A-2A-1A -Metro
Steve Small DB/WR 6'0 185 Franklin Louisiana
Rakeem Wilson DB 6'0 170 Franklinton Louisiana 1-District 9-3A
Lester Butler DB 5'9 160 Glen Oaks Louisiana
Ed Cox DB/ATH 5'10 175 Harvey Helen Cox Louisiana 1-District 8-4A (ATH)
Jeremy Nicholas DB 5'10 165 Harvey Helen Cox Louisiana 1-District 8-4A (DB)
Courtney Johnson DB 5'10 170 Kennedy Louisiana
Javandon Vallare DB 5'10 180 Lake Charles Boston Louisiana
Austin White DB 5'11 160 Mandeville Louisiana
Jarrett Berry DB 6'2 190 McKinley Louisiana 1-District 7-4A
Dominique Dade DB/QB 5'10 170 4.40 Monroe Neville Louisiana
Montourios Howard DB Monroe Neville Louisiana
Dustin Boudreaux DB 5'9 150 Napoleonville Assumption Louisiana
Marcus Benjamin DB 5'10 180 New Iberia Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Logan Aykaert DB/WR 5'11 195 New Orleans Holy Cross Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
Rahim Sonnier DB 5'10 175 Opelousas Louisiana
Jonathan Irving DB 6'2 180 Opelousas Catholic Louisiana 1- All-Championship Game Team
Tommy Hebert DB/QB/PK/P/ATH 5'10 160 Opelousas Catholic Louisiana 1-LSWA-1A-AS (K); 1-District 6-1A (QB & PK; OFF MVP)
Tim Taylor DB/WR 5'10 165 Opelousas Catholic Louisiana
Josh Viggers DB Redemptorist Louisiana
Dillon Mans DB 6'0 195 Ridgewood Louisiana 1-District 10-1A
Justin Miller DB 5'10 160 Slidell Louisiana
Terry Isom DB 6'0 170 St. James Louisiana 1-District 10-2A (DB)
Jared Byers DB/WR 5'10 170 St. James Louisiana
Antonio Phillips DB/QB 5'10 165 St. James Louisiana
Kendrick Williams DB/LB/RB 5'9 170 St. John Louisiana 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-3A-2A-1A -Metro (LB)
Chris Bujol DB/WR 6'4 190 St. John Louisiana
Devon Coleman DB/RB 6'2 180 Sumner Louisiana 1-District 9-2A (RB & DB)
Arthur Hardey DB 6'0 216 West Monroe Louisiana 1-District 1-5A (DB)
Adam Daltrey DB 6'0 175 Winnfield Louisiana
Jonah Robertson DB 6'0 175 Woodlawn Louisiana 1-District 3-5A
Delvin Royal DB Zachary Louisiana
Justin Lindie DB/RB 5'11 189 4.48 Winslow Maine
Ryan Shuler DB …… Prep Maryland
P.J. Nalls DB …… Prep Maryland
Brandon Gonzalez DB Arundel Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Anne Arundel County
Tyrell Wyche DB/WR 5'11 181 4.70 Baltimore Carver Vocational Maryland
Eric Boxdale DB 5'10 160 Baltimore Dunbar Maryland
Tim Donovan DB/WR 6'1 200 Baltimore Loyola Maryland
Nathaniel Coston DB/RB 5'11 170 Burtonsville Paint Branch Maryland
Ryan Pentz DB/RB 5'8 150 Century Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Carroll County (DB)
Tyler Curley DB/RB 5'6 155 Howard Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Howard County
Jamal Wooten DB/RB Hyattsville DeMatha Maryland
Marquis Leatherbury DB/RB 5'11 180 J.M. Bennett Maryland
Kevin Campbell DB 5'11 165 Poolesville Maryland 2-Small School-AS (DB)
Dayvon Addison DB 5'10 160 Quince Orchard Maryland
Marcus Goodwin DB St. Alban's Maryland
Issa Braithwaite DB/ATH 5'10 175 4.75 Wheaton Maryland
Pat Bailey DB/RB 5'7 160 Beverly Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe-All-Scholastic; 1-Division 2
James Brown DB Brockton Massachusetts
Garrett Redfern DB/RB 5'9 185 4.40 Burlington Massachusetts
Sean Brady DB/ATH 5'11 165 Chelmsford Massachusetts
Evan Kraswoski DB/RB Pembroke Massachusetts 1-Braintree Forum-Area (RB)
Tyler Tennant DB/RB/PK 5'11 175 Swampscott Massachusetts 1-Boston Globe-Division 2
Erik Schutter DB 6'1 165 4.62 Westfield Massachusetts
Sam Jones DB 6'0 170 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan x
Aubey Layno-Moses DB/WR/RB 6'0 175 Bloomfield Hills Andover Michigan
Jeremy Wilson DB/WR 6'3 189 4.77 Davison Michigan SM-AP-A-AS; HM-News-A-AS (WR); 1-Big Nine (DB & WR); 1-Flint Journal-Suburban (DB)
Seth McVittie DB/WR 6'3 171 Deckerville Michigan 1-AP-C-AS (DB); HM-Freep-AS; HM-News-C-AS
Carlos Rogers DB 5'10 160 Detroit Cass Tech Michigan
Reggie McMillan DB/RB Detroit Central Michigan HM-News-Detroit (DB)
Alonzo McBride DB/WR/RB Detroit Central Michigan
Justin Cook DB/RB 5'11 181 Detroit Crockett Michigan x
Vincent Phillips DB/QB/ATH 6'0 170 Detroit Finney Michigan x HM-News-Detroit (B)
Martez Thompson DB/QB 5'11 190 Detroit Henry Ford Michigan
Jerry Harris DB/WR Detroit Kettering Michigan
Stacey Mercer DB/RB 5'7 156 Detroit MacKenzie Michigan HM-News-Detroit (SPEC)
Smith North DB/RB 5'11 173 4.60 Detroit Renaissance Michigan x HM-News-Detroit (DB)
Alan Jones DB/WR 5'11 178 4.70 Detroit Renaissance Michigan x
Quentin Williams DB/RB/WR 5'9 165 4.41 Detroit Southwestern Michigan
Keith Arnold DB/WR 6'2 180 Detroit Southwestern Michigan HM-News-Metro (DB); HM-News-Detroit (DB)
Dan Sirovy DB/WR/RB/PK 6'0 175 4.65 Farmington Hills Harrison Michigan x
Marty Cardwell DB/QB 5'10 172 5.00 Flint Carman-Ainsworth Michigan x
Mitch Nicholson DB 6'3 185 Grand Haven Michigan
Tyron Williams DB/WR 6'1 165 Livonia Clarenceville Michigan x
Ian Coughlin DB/LB/RB 6'2 180 Madison Heights Bishop Foley Michigan x HM-News-C-AS; HM-AP-C-AS; HM-News-North (B); 1-Royal Oak DT-Area; 1-Catholic-Intersectional I
Darian Parmele DB/RB 5'7 178 4.72 Midland Dow Michigan x HM-News-A-AS; HM-AP-A-AS (DB); 1-Midland Daily News-Area; 1-Saginaw Valley Conference (DB)
Zachary Johnson DB 6'2 182 4.71 Morenci Michigan
Tim Baker DB 5'11 185 Muskegon Catholic Central Michigan x 1-Muskegon Chronicle-Small Schools-Area
Dustin Hess DB 6'4 185 Novi Detroit Catholic Central Michigan x
Chris Mitchell DB/RB 5'7 158 4.67 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan x
Jeremy Jones DB/RB 6'0 200 Rockford Michigan x
Jymil Jackson DB 5'11 185 Saginaw Michigan
Brandon Doss DB/ATH 5'8 160 Slidell Michigan
Marty Rochowiak DB/RB 6'0 200 South Lyon Michigan x 1-South Lyon Area
Dominique Barnes DB/QB 5'10 170 4.50 Southfield Michigan
Tyron Williams DB/WR 6'1 165 Southfield Michigan x
Mike Crocker DB 5'10 150 Stevensville-Lakeshore Michigan x 1-South Bend Tribune-Michigan Area; 1-Big 16-West
Jordan Reilly DB/RB 5'9 163 4.75 Taylor Kennedy Michigan 1-News-Herald-Downriver-Dream Team
Kolby Gullickson DB/RB 6'0 195 Fertile-Beltrami Minnesota 52-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006)
Matt Griswold DB/RB 5'11 162 Fridley Totino-Grace Minnesota
Drew Sims DB/WR 5'11 150 Minneapolis DeLaSalle Minnesota
Darren Guyen DB/RB 6'0 180 New Prague Minnesota 57-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-Missota (RB/CB)
Bryan Virnig DB/RB 6'2 195 Pierz Minnesota 29-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-St. Cloud Times-Area
Chris Hickey DB/RB 6'1 190 St. Paul Cretin-Derham Hall Minnesota 50-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS
Delorien Caraway DB 5'8 150 St. Paul Johnson Minnesota 75-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-St. Paul City
Terance Marshall DB/WR 5'7 175 4.60 Callaway Mississippi
Jeremy Smith DB/WR 6'1 185 Foxworth West Marion Mississippi
Tyson Jordan Thompkins DB 5'7 140 4.59 Hattiesburg North Forrest Mississippi
Sean Brauchle DB/RB/PK 5'10 175 Mercy Cross Mississippi
Chance Griffith DB 5'11 155 Picayune Mississippi
Jay Parker DB/PK/WR 6'1 180 Chesterfield Parkway Central Missouri 2-MFCA-5A-AS (DB)
Anthony Cauthon DB/WR 6'1 180 El Dorado Springs Missouri
Nathan Souder DB 5'9 155 Eureka Missouri 1-MSS-5A-AS (DB); 2-MFCA-5A-AS (DB); 2-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro
Trevor Sanders DB/RB 5'11 180 Florissant Hazelwood Central Missouri
Donald Woods DB/LB/RB 5'9 175 Florissant McCluer North Missouri
Quartize Jackson DB/RB 5'10 170 Florissant McCluer North Missouri 2-MFCA-5A-AS (DB)
Andrew Bregeson DB 5'10 170 Hannibal Missouri 1-MFCA-4A-AS
Tomas Brock DB/QB 6'0 165 Mount Vernon Missouri
Jimmy Thompson DB/ATH 6'1 185 Park Hills Central Missouri
Anthony Campbell DB/RB 5'9 180 St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Missouri
Paul Cannon DB/RB 5'9 179 St. Louis Kirkwood Missouri
Adam Krueger DB/RB 5'10 165 St. Louis Lindbergh Missouri
LaRico Martin DB/QB 5'7 140 St. Louis Lutheran North Missouri
Marcellus Thomas DB/WR 6'3 180 St. Louis Roosevelt Missouri
Zain Gower DB/RB 5'6 150 4.46 Warrensburg Missouri
Zain Gower DB/RB 5'8 165 Warrensburg Missouri 2-MFCA-4A-AS (RET)
Ronnell Cutler DB 5'8 160 Bellevue East Nebraska
Tyler Vandament DB Bellevue West Nebraska
Jason Schlautman DB/ATH Columbus Nebraska HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS
Jake Johnson DB/WR 6'2 185 Grand Island Central Catholic Nebraska
Brinson Steinhauser DB/WR 5'9 175 Lincoln Northeast Nebraska 1-Lincoln Journal Star-City (DB)
Tod Kingston DB/RB/LB 5'11 185 North Bend Central Nebraska
Wade Paumer DB/WR 6'3 160 Ogallala Nebraska
Mark Schlueter DB/WR 6'0 170 Omaha Roncalli Nebraska
Kellen McClure DB/LB/WR 6'2 185 Wisner-Pilger Nebraska
Eric Brinkley DB 5'11 190 Cimarron Nevada 21-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Brandon Marshall DB/RB 6'1 190 Cimarron Nevada 26-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Cole Hamzik DB 6'0 170 Douglas Nevada
Derek Pierce DB/LB 5'11 200 Hug Nevada 31-56-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Archie Kovich DB 6'0 165 North Valley Nevada
Eddie Fountain DB 5'10 170 Valley Nevada 27-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Daniel Horne DB 5'8 140 Valley Nevada
Henry Thorns DB/WR/ATH 5'9 160 Valley Nevada 31-56-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Chris Kubik DB/QB 6'0 185 Allentown New Jersey
Arvon Clark DB 5'10 180 Camden Woodrwo Wilson New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs
Michael Albert DB/LB 5'11 190 4.72 Cape May County Lower Cape May New Jersey
Kenneth Cooper DB/RB 5'7 165 Hackensack New Jersey
Davon Lane DB Middletown South New Jersey
Jack McBride DB/QB 5'11 188 4.58 Morristown Delbarton New Jersey
Jamir Drakeford DB 5'9 185 Paterson Catholic New Jersey
Shane Mitchell DB 6'0 180 Paulsboro New Jersey
Johnathan Blassingame DB 5'11 160 4,79 Plainsboro WWPHS New Jersey
Orry Michael DB/WR 5'11 185 4.60 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey
Travis Warren DB/QB 5'10 170 Teaneck New Jersey
Justin Sinclair DB 5'5 160 4.65 The Peddie School New Jersey
J.R. McDonald DB 5'0 170 4.50 Toms River East New Jersey
Michael Marotta DB/LB/RB 6'0 180 West Orange Seton Hall Prep New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DB)
Tim Bihlear DB/RB 5'10 190 4.40 Willingboro New Jersey 2-Philadelphia.com-South Jersey (KR)
Jarred Davidson DB 6'0 160 4.50 Baldwin New York
Sam Luke DB 6'0 185 Cambridge New York 3-NYSWA-D-AS (CB)
Clarence Onyiriuka DB/WR 6'2 185 Corning West New York 1-Elmira/Corning Star-Gazette-Area
Chris Szymanski DB/WR 4.50 East Amherst Williamsville East New York
Brian Fowler DB/RB 6'1 190 Geneva New York 2-NYSWA-A-AS (S)
Jeff McNamara DB/QB 6'2 180 Geneva New York 2-NYSWA-A-AS (QB)
Will Loeb DB/RB 5'9 160 Goshen Burke New York 2-NYSWA-B-AS (DB); 2-Middletown Times Herald-Record-Area (DB)
Zachary Howell DB/QB 6'0 175 Huntington New York 3-NYSWA-A-AS (QB); 2-Newsday-Long Island (QB)
Chris Fumai DB 5'10 185 4.60 Melville St. Anthony's New York
Dom Finelli DB 6'2 185 4.60 Melville St. Anthony's New York
Norman Thompson DB 5'11 163 4.60 North Rockland New York
Colan Shue DB/WR 6'1 185 4.70 Philadelphia Indian River New York
Tim McElwain DB/LB 5'9 175 Randolph New York 1-NYSWA-D-AS (LB)
Michael Mayo DB/RB/LB 5'10 175 Roosevelt New York 3-NYSWA-B-AS (RB)
Andy Schettino DB 5'10 170 Silver Creek New York 1-NYSWA-C-AS
Mike Butler DB 5'10 178 Staten Island Moore Catholic New York
Dominique Fogg DB 5'10 167 4.62 Staten Island Port Richmond New York
Malcolm Medley DB 6'0 195 4.70 Staten Island Wagner New York
Andre Poulin DB/RB 5'9 180 Tarrytown Hackley New York
Lowell Robinson DB 6'0 170 Tuckahoe New York 1-NYSWA-D-AS (CB)
Sebastian Cajuste DB 6'0 172 4.70 Wadleigh New York
Travis Green DB/RB 5'11 175 4.50 Ahoskie Hertford County North Carolina
Marcel Henneghan DB/WR/LB 6'2 185 4.50 Ahoskie Hertford County North Carolina
Frankie Waters DB/WR/LB 6'1 180 4.60 Brevard North Carolina
Coleman Hornaday DB 6'0 155 Cary North Carolina
Juston Welch DB/WR/RB 5'10 163 4.69 Clemmons West Forsyth North Carolina
Frank Adams DB 6'1 172 4.81 Elkin North Carolina
Darrell Davis DB/LB/RB 6'0 188 4.60 Farmville Central North Carolina
Jerrell Crockton DB Fayetteville Smith North Carolina
Chris Leguire DB 5'10 175 4.60 Franklin North Carolina
Trey Grissom DB/WR 6'2 180 4.60 Garner North Carolina
Brian Sanders DB/QB 5'11 180 4.50 High Point Andrews North Carolina
Tommy Irvin DB 6'1 193 4.65 Huntersville North Mecklenburg North Carolina
Alex Edwards DB 180 4.50 Kannapolis A.L. Brown North Carolina
Darrell Morgan DB/LB/RB 6'1 180 4.50 Lumberton North Carolina
Daniel Beaver DB/WR 6'1 175 4.50 Mount Pleasant North Carolina
Kevin Hardesty DB New Bern North Carolina
Jeremy Pace DB/RB 5'7 155 4.50 Northeast Guilford North Carolina
C.J. Wilkerson DB/WR 6'2 175 4.70 Oxford Webb North Carolina
Joey Cook DB/WR 5'11 178 4.83 Rockingham Richmond County North Carolina
Ashton Dickson DB/WR/ATH 6'0 175 4.40 Selma Smithfield North Carolina
Rico Williams DB 5'10 182 4.50 Selma Smithfield North Carolina
Uriah Fanccisco DB 6'0 150 4.50 Selma Smithfield North Carolina
Romance Ross DB/WR 6'0 180 South Johnston North Carolina
Tony Harris DB/WR 5'10 170 4.50 Statesville West Iredell North Carolina
Terrell Smith DB/WR/QB 5'10 170 4.60 Wakefield North Carolina
Courtney Bullock DB/QB/WR 5'11 178 4.60 Wendell East Wake North Carolina
Lamarr Davis DB/RB 5'7 145 4.40 Wendell East Wake North Carolina
Kenronte Walker DB 6'0 175 4.70 Westover North Carolina
Khiry Bowens DB/QB Akron St. Vincent St. Mary Ohio
Jeremy Petit DB/WR Akron St. Vincent St. Mary Ohio
Ed Catanese DB 5'10 180 Brookside Ohio 1-Northeast Lakes District-III (DB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Lorain County (DB)
Dustin Zielaskiewicz DB/WR 5'10 165 Brunswick Ohio 1-Northeast Inland District-I (DB); 1-Akron Beacon Journal-Medina County
Willis Preston DB/WR Cincinnati Finneytown Ohio
Patrick McClellan DB Cincinnati Moeller Ohio
Dean Gaier DB 6'2 180 Cincinnati Moeller Ohio 2-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-South Division (DB)
Sam Dawes DB/QB/ATH 5'11 160 Cincinnati Princeton Ohio
Jon Saelinger DB 6'0 175 Cincinnati St. Xavier Ohio 2-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-South Division (DB)
A.J. Achter DB/QB/P 6'4 175 Clay Ohio
William Sheeler DB 5'10 170 4.60 Cleveland Glenville Ohio
Otis Fuller Merrill DB/ATH 5'11 165 4.59 Cleveland Glenville Ohio
Matt Merletti DB/RB 5'9 164 Cleveland St. Ignatius Ohio
Bryan Sylvester DB 6'0 180 Cleveland St. Ignatius Ohio
Drew Frey DB/RB 6'4 85 Clinton-Massie Ohio 1-AP-Division IV-AS (RB)
Dominique Wheat DB/RB 5'11 190 4.60 Columbus Africentric Ohio
Travis Coates DB 6'0 175 Columbus Bechcroft Ohio
Marcus Sims DB/RB 5'8 185 Columbus Mifflin Ohio
Scott Madsen DB 6'2 205 4.67 Dublin Coffman Ohio OFFERS: KENTST,MIA(OH)
Scott Ruhl DB Dublin Jerome Ohio
Alex Gross DB Fairmont Ohio
Tyler Purcell DB/RB 5'11 170 Fenwick Ohio
J.J. Mihoci DB/RB 5'9 165 4.57 Jefferson Area Ohio 1-Northeast Lakes District-III (DB)
Brandon Harper DB 5'8 152 4.60 Maple Heights Ohio
Ryan Pfeiffer DB/RB Massillon Jackson Ohio HM-Federal League
Michael Porrini DB/WR 6'1 170 Massillon Washington Ohio
Nate Wilson DB 6'1 160 Mentor Ohio 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Lake Geauga (DB)
B.J. Adams DB/WR 5'8 176 4.50 Middletown Ohio
Je'Sean Godfrey DB/QB Mount Healthy Ohio
Brian Hummer DB/WR 5'11 180 Napoleon Ohio
Justin Murray DB North College Hill Ohio
Michael Zemerick DB/RB 5'10 205 4.62 Parma Padua Ohio
Corey Weber DB/RB 5'10 181 4.58 Pataskala Watkins Memorial Ohio
Taylor Abram DB Piqua Ohio
Emmanujel Jones DB/WR Ravenna Ohio
Kevin Beichler DB/RB 5'9 163 4.57 Smithville Ohio 1-Akron Beacon Journal-Wayne County
Deloreen Martin DB 6'0 180 Solon Ohio
Justin Belza DB Solon Ohio
Dominic Musarra DB 5'7 150 Solon Ohio 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County (DB)
Nate Anthony DB 5'10 178 4.70 Springfield South Ohio
Tyler Williams DB/RB 5'11 205 Talawanda Ohio
Tyon Flowers DB/RB 5'10 185 4.50 Warren Harding Ohio
Tim Ward DB Westerville North Ohio
Matt Heller DB 5'10 170 Windham Ohio
Josh Malone DB/QB Beaver Oklahoma 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid)
Ryan Reynolds DB/QB 5'111 160 Durant Oklahoma
Stephen Carter DB/LB/RB Edmond Memorial Oklahoma
Vernon Scott DB Muskogee Oklahoma
Arsenio Thurman DB/WR 5'10 160 Norman North Oklahoma
Andrew Wagnitz DB/QB/ATH Victory Life Academy Oklahoma
Justice Taylor DB Barlow Oregon 1-Mt. Hood (4A) (DB)
Peter DeBois DB/RB 5'10 185 Gresham Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Chase Munos DB Hood River Valley Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Taylor Young DB 6'1 195 4.60 Lake Oswego Lakeridge Oregon
Seth Probert DB/QB 6'3 185 Lebanon Oregon 1-Metro League (4A) (DB)
Matt Johnson DB/WR 6'2 185 Newbergt Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Jake May DB/RB Nyssa Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 1-2A-AS (DB); 2-2A-AS (RB)
Jaden Kaufman DB/RB 5'11 190 Portland Central Catholic Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 1-Mt. Hood (4A) (KR)
Marshall Fettig DB/RB 6'0 180 Riverdale Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
T.J. Crane DB/RB 5'10 185 Scappoose Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Alex Besaw DB/QB 6'2 190 Sheldon Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Jaren Elder DB 5'10 Allentown Parkland Pennsylvania
Segun Mallard DB/RB 5'10 180 Carson Long Military Institute Pennsylvania
Jordan McClure DB/WR/RB 5'11 185 Cedar Cliff Pennsylvania Midstate PS Top 100 Overall (SPEC)
Chis Dixon DB/WR 5'10 170 Cedar Cliff Pennsylvania
Leroy George DB/WR 6'0 185 Clairton Pennsylvania
Branden Wright DB 5'11 171 4.65 Danville Pennsylvania
Jayson Nickson DB/RB 5'10 170 4.50 Erie Mercyhurst Prep Pennsylvania
Lamont McWilliams DB 5'11 159 4.57 Erie Strong Vincent Pennsylvania
Jesse Stivason DB 5'11 165 Ford City Pennsylvania 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AA-Area (DB)
Lavar Burhannan DB/WR 6'0 185 4.50 Harrisburg Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); Midstate PS Top Newcomers
Eric Rasky DB/WR/QB 6'1 190 Harrison City Penn-Trafford Pennsylvania
Tim Ridewood DB 5'10 165 Interboro Pennsylvania 2-Philadelphia-Inquirer-Southeastern PA (DB)
Craig Zurn DB/WR/QB Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania
Nick Downey DB 5'10 170 4.40 Lancaster Catholic Pennsylvania
Kevin Gerhart DB/LB 5'8 170 Lower Dauphin Pennsylvania Midstate PS Top 100 Overall (LB)
Josh Keil DB 6'0 200 4.60 Mars Area Pennsylvania
Joe Thompson DB 5'10 195 Philadelphia Father Judge Pennsylvania
Jack Forster DB Philadelphia La Salle Pennsylvania
Lance Patterson DB 5'8 142 4.59 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania
Lamar Mason DB/WR 5'11 172 4.70 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania
Doug Suhey DB 6'0 190 4.60 State College Pennsylvania
Anthony DiMichele DB 5'11 169 4.63 Sto-Rox Pennsylvania
Jules Crosby DB 5'9 170 4.69 Sto-Rox Pennsylvania
Obi Rajis DB/RB/LB 5'8 170 4.69 Susquehanna Township Pennsylvania
Pat McShane DB/QB 5'10 175 Upper St. Clair Pennsylvania CTK: WPIAL Class AAAA Players to Watch (DB)
Josh Kotula DB/WR 5'8 152 Windber Pennsylvania 2-AP-A-AS (AP-DEF)
Demetrius Washington DB/QB/ATH 5'11 175 Aiken Silver Bluff South Carolina 2-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (ATH-OFF)
Edward Legree DB/QB 6'2 185 4.60 Beaufort South Carolina
Omar Brown DB 6'0 170 Berkeley South Carolina 2-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country (DB)
ReShawn Lowery DB Clover South Carolina 1-Charlotte Observe-Upper S.C. (DB)
Thomas Wright DB/WR 6'0 175 Dillon Christian South Carolina
Gerald Foster DB/WR 6'0 170 Dorman South Carolina
Lamont Cartledge DB/RB 5'10 180 Dorman South Carolina
Rodney Bryant DB/QB Estill South Carolina
Marcus Taylor DB 6'1 165 Hilton Head Christian Academy South Carolina 1-The State-SCISA-AS (DB); HM-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country; 1-Beaufort Gazette-Area (DB)
Rakeem Newby DB 6'1 175 Lake City South Carolina
Kevron Neismith DB 5'10 170 Manning South Carolina
Travis Baker DB 6'1 175 Manning South Carolina
Kebron Nesmith DB 5'10 175 Manning South Carolina
Tony Gaston DB/RB 4.65 Norhwood Academy South Carolina
Devonne Quattlebaum DB/QB 6'0 175 Ridge Spring-Monetta South Carolina 1-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (DB)
Ahmad Daniels DB/RB 6'1 200 South Florence South Carolina
Josh Gattis DB 6'0 180 Summerville South Carolina 2-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country (DB)
James Tisdale DB 6'0 160 Waccamaw South Carolina
Trane Robinson DB 6'0 180 Adamsville Tennessee
Trace McDermott DB/RB 5'11 190 Athens McMinn County Tennessee
Alex Holling DB/WR 5'10 165 Brentwood Tennessee
John Garrett DB/QB 6'2 190 Brentwood Academy Tennessee
Corbin Karl DB/WR 6'1 175 Brentwood Ravenwood Tennessee
Jonas Darden DB 5'9 170 Chattanooga Baylor Tennessee
Trey McCray DB/TE 6'2 180 Clarksville Rossview Tennessee
Matt Dunn DB/RB 5'9 175 Columbia Spring Hill Tennessee
J.R. Harper DB 5'11 170 Gallatin Tennessee 2-Nashville Tennesseean-Midstate (DB)
Miles Helton DB/LB 5'9 160 Hendersonville Beech Tennessee 1-TSWA-4A-AS (LB)
Kevin Cantrell DB/WR 5'11 170 Hixson Tennessee
Charles Hardy DB 5'9 160 Hixson Tennessee
Brent Taylor DB 6'0 175 Huntingdon Tennessee
Rashad Rayner DB/WR 5'10 170 Jackson Christian Tennessee
Antwon Long DB/WR 6'0 185 Jackson Liberty Tennessee
Justin Allen DB/WR 6'0 190 Knoxville South Doyle Tennessee
Jeremy Allen DB/WR 6'1 175 Knoxville South Doyle Tennessee
T.J. Wilson DB/RB 5'9 170 4.50 Knoxville West Tennessee
Coleman Stroud DB/QB 5'11 185 Madison Goodpasture Tennessee
Josh Booker DB/QB/P 6'2 180 Memphis First Assembly Christian School Tennessee 1-PS-Murphy Fair-D2-AS (QB)
Scott Anglin DB/QB 5'11 180 Memphis Germantown Tennessee 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro Shelby Suburban
DeMarcus Harmon DB 6'0 184 4.78 Memphis Whitehaven Tennessee
Jamar Kimbrough DB/WR 5'11 175 Nashville Antioch Tennessee
Alex House DB 6'0 188 Nashville Christ Presbyterian Academy Tennessee
Jaquan Kilcrease DB 6'4 200 Nashville McGavock Tennessee
Brandon Irving DB 6'1 175 Nashville Whites Creek Tennessee
Demetrius Bracey DB/RB 5'9 170 Union City Tennessee
Joe Mayhew DB/LB/TE 5'11 175 White House Tennessee
Brian Johnston DB 6'0 165 Abilene Texas 2-District 3-5A (S)
Andra Spencer DB 5'11 175 Alief Taylor Texas 2-District 19-5A (DB)
Andrew Horton DB/WR 6'1 175 4.50 Amarillo River Road Texas
Caleb Jordan DB Arlington Martin Texas 2-District 7-5A (FS)
Blake Patton DB/RB 6'0 175 4.60 Barbers Hill Texas
Brandon Wilde DB 6'0 170 4.50 Belton Texas 1-District 13-5A
Andres Martinez DB/WR 6'0 160 4.59 Brownsville Pace Texas
Jonathan Banda DB Burbank Texas
Brent Falls DB 5'10 190 4.50 Burleson Texas
Casey Walls DB Cleburne Texas
Jason Scott DB 6'0 160 Columbia Texas
Ron Morris DB/RB 6'0 195 4.60 Cooper Texas
Chad Aguilar DB 5'9 155 Crane Texas 2-AP-2A-AS (DB)
Caleb Randolph DB 5'9 150 Crosby Texas 2-District 19-4A (DB)
Kyle Moore DB 6'0 175 4.60 Cuero Texas
Bredan McDonald DB Dallas Lincoln Texas 1-District 10-4A (DB)
Larry Johnson DB 6'2 175 4.50 Dallas Madison Texas
Kendrick Caro DB 5'9 185 Dallas Molina Texas 2-District 9-5A
Jarvis Jones DB 5'10 160 Dallas White Texas 2-District 9-5A (DB)
Kendric Lee DB Dallas Wilson Texas 1-District 10-4A (DB)
Joe Carter DB 6'2 160 Dayton Texas 2-District 19-4A (DB)
Chris Spretz DB 5'11 180 Deer Park Texas 1-District 23-5A (DB)
Walter Coleman DB/WR 5'10 160 4.60 Denton Texas 1-District 5-4A (WR); 2-District 5-4A (DB)
Jamaal Lewis DB 5'9 175 4.50 Dickinson Texas
James Sterns DB 5'9 165 4.40 Duncanville Texas
Greg Gilbert DB 6'0 165 Electra Texas 1-AP-2A-AS (DB); 2-AP-2A-AS (WR)
Jeremy Walker DB/WR 5'9 175 4.50 Fort Bend Willowridge Texas
Anthony Browning DB 6'1 185 4.60 Fort Worth Wyatt Texas
Brian Johnson DB 5'9 160 Garland Texas
Dunterious Goodman DB/WR 6'0 190 4.60 Gilmer Texas
Arsenial Richardson DB/LB 6'0 185 4.55 Gilmer Texas
Jefferson Wesson DB/QB 5'10 140 4.30 Goldthwaite Texas
Pat Edwards DB 5'8 155 Hearne Texas 1-AP-2A-AS (DB); 3--Central Texas (DB)
Jonathan Fennell DB Hillsboro Texas
Andy Werner DB/RB 6'0 190 4.50 Hondo Texas
Donovan Estes DB/WR 5'9 165 Houston Bellaire Texas 1-District 21-5A (WR)
Jonathan Madkins DB 5'10 175 Houston Cypress Ridge Texas
Ivory Brown DB 5'9 155 Houston Davis Texas 1-District 21-4A (DB)
Charvis Nash DB/QB/ATH 5'10 163 Houston King Texas 1-District 19-4A (QB)
Zeb Porter DB/WR 6'1 190 Houston St. Pius X Texas
Bakari Maxwell DB/WR 6'0 175 Houston St. Pius X Texas
Jamail Grimes DB Houston St. Pius X Texas
Lance Shepherd DB 6'2 180 Houston Sterling Texas 2-District 22-4A (DB)
Alsenio Garrett DB 5'10 175 Houston Wheatley Texas 2-District 22-4A (DB)
Connor Saxe DB 6'0 185 Humble Kingwood Texas 2-District 22-5A-Zone A (DB)
Dwayne Dunbar DB 6'0 165 Huntsville Texas 1-District 14-5A (CB)
LaQuinton Smith DB 5'10 175 4.50 Irving Texas
Jacob Maldanado DB 6'0 185 4.60 Karnes City Texas
Wayne McNiel DB 6'1 175 Katy Taylor Texas 2-District 19-5A (DB)
Eric Martinez DB 6'2 180 4.50 Keller Fossil Ridge Texas
Deandre Rossum DB 6'1 175 Kilgore Texas 2-District 17-4A (CB)
Harry Davis DB 6'0 190 Killeen Texas 1-District 16-4A (S)
Sylvester Young DB 5'10 160 4.50 Killeen Texas
Jordan Smith DB 6'0 170 4.50 Killeen Texas 2-District 16-4A (S)
Joseph Brown DB 5'10 164 4.67 Killeen Shoemaker Texas
Durklyn Haynes DB/QB 5'11 165 4.60 La Marque Texas
Marlon Pouncy DB/LB 5'8 175 La Marque Texas 1-District 23-4A (OLB)
Johnny Hernandez DB 5'10 150 4.65 Laredo Martin Texas
T.J. Harrell DB 5'9 170 4.60 Livingston Texas 1-District 18-4A (S)
Chase Stokes DB 5'9 160 Lone Oak Texas 1-AP-2A-AS (DB)
DanQuon McCoy DB 5'10 170 Lufkin Texas
Travis Wilkerson DB 6'0 170 Lumberton Texas
Cody Rogers DB 5'9 150 Midland Lee Texas 2-District 3-5A (CB)
Monte McCauley DB North Dallas Texas
Montey McCaulie DB North Dallas Texas 1-District 10-4A (DB)
Ahmad Quigley DB/WR 6'2 185 4.60 Odessa Permian Texas
Quin Ashley DB/QB 6'0 185 4.60 Paris Texas
Anthony Wynn DB 5'11 155 4.60 Pasadena Texas
LaTerrace "L.T." Gaston DB/RB 5'10 185 4.50 Queen City Texas
Shaheed Davis DB 6'2 180 Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated Texas
Trevin Wade DB 5'11 165 Round Rock Stony Point Texas 1-District 15-5A (DB)
D.J. Emerson DB Royal Texas
Will Payne DB 6'1 200 4.70 San Antonio Churchill Texas
Jason Cummins DB/WR/RB 6'0 160 4.60 Schulenberg Texas
Denzel Dewberry DB/QB/ATH 5'11 195 4.50 South Grand Prairie Texas 2-District 6-5A (QB)
Tommy Gates DB 5'9 170 Spring Westfield Texas
Todd Bryan DB 6'0 195 Taylor Texas 1-District 26-4A (S)
Marquise Brown DB Texarkana Texas High Texas
Jarris Carraway DB 5'9 175 Texas City Texas
Derrick Wyatt DB/WR 6'1 175 4.52 The Woodlands Texas
Paul Suell DB 5'7 185 4.59 Tyler Chapel Hill Texas
Adrian Beard DB 5'9 160 Tyler Lee Texas
Nick Turner DB Waller Texas
Danny Gonzalez DB/RB 5'11 175 4.50 Weatherford Texas
Mike Honeycutt DB 5'11 165 4.60 Highland Lone Peak Utah
Mitchell Glazier DB/QB 5'10 140 Kanab Utah 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-1A-AS; 1-Salt Lake Tribune-1A-AS (QB)
Wade Eldredge DB/RB 5'9 175 Monticello Utah 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-1A-AS; 1-Salt Lake Tribune-1A-AS (RB)
Brad Bybee DB Mountain Crest Utah 2-Salt Lake Tribune-4A-AS (DB); 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-4A-AS (DB)
Daniel Elgaaen DB/WR 6'0 185 Roy Utah 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-4A-AS (SPEC)
Daniel Elgaaen DB/ATH Roy Utah 2-Salt Lake Tribune-4A-AS (RET)
Trevor Feltonbarger DB 5'10 161 4.70 West Jordan Copper Hills Utah
Kori Lopati DB 5'10 175 4.94 West Jordan Granger Utah
Thomas Willis DB/WR 6'2 170 4.70 Bland County/Rocky Gap Virginia 1- Bluefield Daily Telegraph- Four Seasons Country (WR)
Rod Jackson DB 5'11 170 4.45 Charlottesville Monticello Virginia
Logan Smyth DB 5'11 177 4.60 Chatham Virginia
Deion Walker DB/WR/QB Christchurch Virginia
Van Shew DB 6'1 155 4.65 Clifton Centreville Virginia
Anthony Staples DB/TE 6'2 182 Dumfries Potomac Virginia
A.J. Looney DB 6'0 172 Glenvar Virginia
Brandon Brice DB/RB 5’9 165 Goochland Virginia
Michael Ware DB Goochland Virginia
Jamel Fitzgerald DB/WR 5'10 175 4.50 Heritage Virginia
Matthew Seeger DB 5'11 180 Herndon Virginia 1-Concorde District (DB)
Greg Beard DB 5'10 170 Hickory Virginia 2-Southeastern District (DB)
Rashad Cannon DB/LB 5'10 160 4.60 Highland Springs Virginia HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (LB)
Daniel Meekins DB 5'10 165 4.50 Highland Springs Virginia
Thomas McDonald DB L.C. Bird Virginia 2-Dominion District
Terrell Wells DB/RB 4.40 Louisa County Virginia 2-Region II (DB); 2-Fredericksburg-Area (DB)
Phillip Pleasant DB/WR 4.40 Norfolk Lake Taylor Virginia 21-30-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot)
Grandin Van Marter DB 5'11 170 Northside Virginia
Emani Fenton DB Oakton Flint Hill Virginia
Daylon Brogdon DB/ATH Randolph-Henry Virginia
Allen Molina DB/RB 5'8 165 Roanoke Patrick Henry Virginia
Marcus Day DB/RB 5'9 160 Roanoke Patrick Henry Virginia
Marlin Smith DB South Hill Park View Virginia
Sean Holston DB 5'9 160 4.40 Springfield Robert E. Lee Virginia
Mark Jackson DB 5'9 170 Suffolk Nansemond River Virginia 21-30-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); 2-Eastern Region (Coaches) (DB); 1-Southeastern District (DB)
Phil Madagan DB/LB 6'1 195 4.50 Winchester John Handley Virginia
Aaron Wright DB/LB/WR 6'1 195 4.80 Winchester John Handley Virginia
T.J. Clark DB/WR 6'0 175 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia
Marcus Perry DB Woodbridge Freedom Virginia 1-Cardinal District (DB)
Manny Melo DB/WR 6'1 193 Battle Ground Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-4A-AS; 1-The Columbian-Region; 1-Greater St. Helens 4A (WR & AP/KR)
Travis Stanaway DB 6'0 180 Bellevue Washington
Brandon Mezistrano DB/RB 5'9 174 4.75 Bellevue Newport Washington 4-9 WA RBs (Winter 2006)
Cody Atkinson DB/QB 5'11 170 Bothel Washington
Isaiah Green DB/QB/RB 6'0 170 Burien Evergreen Washington 2-Seamount League-King Division (DB)
Brian Watkins DB/RB 5'8 149 4.60 Burien Highline Washington
Zack Houvener DB Edmonds-Woodway Washington 1-WesCo South (DB)
Undray Bailey DB/RB 5'9 170 4.50 Lacey Timberline Washington
Terrance Williams DB/WR 5'9 177 Lacey Timberline Washington
Darnell Hurd DB/RB/LB Lacey Timberline Washington
Jerrel Grant DB/RB 6'1 170 Mariner Washington
Ben Iddins DB/WR 6'2 185 Mukilteo Kamiak Washington
Brett Bielec DB/WR/PK/P 5'8 160 North Mason Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-3A-AS (DB); 1-Nisqually Cascade League (ATH-OFF & K & DB); 2-Nisqually Cascade League (P)
Demario Worthy DB 5'11 160 4.50 North Seattle Ingraham Washington 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006): HM-Metro League Sound Division
Robert Vallejo DB/RB 6'0 175 4.60 North Seattle Ingraham Washington 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006)
Bubby Hancock DB/RB 5'8 185 Prosser Washington HM-3A-AS (DB); 1-Mid-Valley (DB); HM-Mid-Valley (RB)
Jabari Mu'ied DB/WR 5'11 150 Redmond Washington
Kevin Sampson DB/RB 5'8 165 Seattle Rainier Beach Washington 4-9 WA RBs (Winter 2006); 1-Metro League Sound Division (RB&DB)
Grady Small DB/LB/RB 5'8 170 Shorecrest Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 2-Washington Preps-3A-AS; 1-Wesco South
Isaiah Green DB/QB 6'0 175 Southwest Seattle Chief Sealth Washington
Nick Proen DB/WR 6'1 180 4.60 Spokane Mead Washington
Shawn Wolter DB/WR 6'3 200 Sultan Washington
Josh Garrett DB Tacoma Curtis Washington 1-SPSL-South (DB)
Matt Johnson DB/WR 6'0 179 Tumwater Washington 1-Olympia Olympian-Area (DB)
Micah Lape DB/RB 6'2 205 4.60 Vancouver Skyview Washington HM-4A-AS (RB)
Zac Cooper DB 6'2 190 Walla Walla Washington
Steven Bumpus DB 6'1 146 Capital West Virginia 2-AP-AAA-AS (DB)
T.J. Carper DB 5'10 160 Graham West Virginia 1-Bluefield Daily Telegraph-Four Seasons Country (DB)
D.J. Simmons DB 5'11 175 Richlands West Virginia 1-Bluefield Daily Telegraph-Four Seasons Country (DB)
Brandon Treadway DB 6'0 170 Sherman West Virginia 2-AP-AA-AS (DB)
Eric McDaniel DB/RB/P Tazewell West Virginia 1-Bluefield Daily Telegraph-Four Seasons Country (P)
Dan Trussoni DB/RB 6'2 185 De Soto Wisconsin 72-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
Matt DeMars DB/RB 6'2 170 Eau Claire Regis Wisconsin 60-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
Killian Murphy DB/RB 5'10 170 Eau Claire Regis Wisconsin 73-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Andrew Lukasko DB 5'9 165 Edgar Wisconsin 29-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-WFCA-AS (DB); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Lucas Wolf DB 5'10 165 Elmwood Wisconsin 45-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
Kevin Rotherham DB/QB 6'2 190 Green Bay Notre Dame Wisconsin 24-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
Kevin Rotherham DB/WR/QB 6'2 185 4.60 Green Day Notre Dame De La Baie Academy Wisconsin
Wes Kavelaris DB 5'11 170 Hartland Arrowhead Wisconsin
Jim Thompson DB/RB 6'1 180 Hayward Wisconsin 74-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006)
David Grzesiak DB/WR 6'3 180 Marquette Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Ryan Lunde DB 6'0 175 Mequon Homestead Wisconsin
Matt Frosch DB/RB 6'1 185 Pardeeville Wisconsin 56-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Matt Ferron DB/RB 5'8 183 Racine Park Wisconsin
Zach Wilepski DB 6'0 180 South Milwaukee Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Cullen Sexton DB/QB 6'2 185 Stevens Point Wisconsin
Kyle Muetzelburg DB 5'9 145 Waterford Wisconsin 1-Journal Times-Racine County
Will Isom DB/RB 6'1 195 Lyman Wyoming 1-3A-AS



Others


Antonio Long DB Athens Alabama
Jeremiah McCormack DB/LB 5'10 170 Scottsboro Alabama
Hakeem Perkins DB 5'9 160 St. Jude Alabama 1-Montgomery Advertiser-1A/2A-Metro (DB)
James Henderson DB 5'10 175 Tallassee Alabama 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A/4A-Metro
Willie Bell DB 5'9 150 Anchorage East Alaska Top 60 Alaska (Spring 2006)
Colin Zimmerman DB 5'9 160 Anchorage West Alaska Top 60 Alaska (Spring 2006); 2-Alaska-AS (DB)
Tanner Grover DB 6'0 180 Palmer Alaska Top 60 Alaska (Spring 2006)
Steve Duarte DB 5'8 190 Apache Junction Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Delton Hoch DB 5'7 180 Apache Junction Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Cory McCuin DB/RB 5'8 160 Catalina Arizona
Devin Houston DB/RB 5'8 160 Catalina Arizona
Parker Young DB/RB 6'0 170 Catalina Foothills Arizona
Michael Chavez DB 5'8 160 Glendale Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Jimmy Lee DB 5'6 170 Glendale Apollo Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Brian Pollock DB 6'0 175 Glendale Cactus Arizona
Mike Stefferson DB 5'10 175 Ironwood Ridge Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)
Ronnell Grant DB/WR 5'11 170 Palo Verde Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 2-Tucson Arizona Star-Southern Arizona (DB)
Steve Thomas DB/QB 5'11 170 Phoenix Moon Valley Arizona
Max Tabach DB/WR 6'2 175 Scottsdale Saguaro Arizona
Dekovin McMillon DB/QB 6'1 185 Camden Fairview Arkansas
Colt Rainwater DB/QB 6'2 162 Charleston Arkansas
Cordora Holmes DB/LB 5'10 175 4.50 Dumas Arkansas
Cyrus Moss DB/RB 5'8 160 4.50 Elaine Arkansas
Joey Divis DB 5'9 160 Elkins Arkansas
Kentrius Drew DB/WR/RB 6'0 180 Eudora Arkansas
Gary Williams DB/RB 5'11 140 4.60 Greene County Arkansas
Theo Monk DB/QB/ATH 5'8 165 4.60 Hope Arkansas
Harley Mueller DB/RB 6'1 170 4.60 Lamar Arkansas
Bryant Miller DB 5'10 170 Little Rock Central Arkansas
Mackenze Barnes DB/LB/QB 6'0 175 Little Rock Lutheran Arkansas
Derrick Reed DB/RB 5'10 155 4.60 Mountainburg Arkansas
Herman Curley DB/LB/RB 5'9 180 Norphlet Arkansas
Chris Sweeney DB/TE 6'2 170 Palestine-Wheatley Arkansas
Cruz Young DB 6'0 170 4.60 Prescott Arkansas
Michael Kennedy DB 6'0 160 4.60 Rison Arkansas
Taylor Roark DB 5'9 160 4.50 Sylvan Hills Arkansas
Stedmon Dewberry DB 5'9 155 4.60 Texarkana Arkansas
Aric Duran DB Agoura California
Richard Gonzales DB/RB 5'8 170 Anaheim Servite California
Tim Armstrong DB/WR 5'10 170 Bakersfield Stockdale California
Marquis Vaughn DB/QB 5'7 165 Banning California
Anthony Burrcil DB/WR 6'0 160 Belmont Carlmont California
Kenneth Adams DB 5'7 155 Berkeley California
Rusty Leedy DB/RB 5'10 162 Carlsbad La Costa Canyon California
Nathan Kane DB/WR 5'10 170 Carlsbad La Costa Canyon California
Marcus Van Leeuwen DB/WR 5'9 145 Carlsbad La Costa Canyon California
Brett Marquis DB/RB 5'9 160 Carlsbad La Costa Canyon California
Lemiel Johnson DB/WR 5'9 145 Cerritos Gahr California
Cody Waldron DB/WR/QB 6'2 185 Costa Mesa California
Plandell Terry DB/LB 5'9 170 Covina California
Daryl Burton DB/RB 5'6 140 Downey California
Scotty Miranda DB/LB/RB 5'10 175 Downey California
Darren Brown DB/WR 6'0 180 Encino Crespi California
Andrew Nulman DB/WR 6'4 180 Encino Crespi California
J.T. Ramos DB/QB 6'0 165 Fremont Irvington California
Mario Morales DB/QB 6'0 200 Fullerton California
Otis Hart DB/WR Gardena California
Eric Thames DB/WR Gardena California
Jared Francis DB Granite Hills California
Sean Harbin DB/WR 6'0 Harbor City Narbonne California
Demetrius Green DB/QB 6'2 Harbor City Narbonne California
James Harbin DB 5'10 Harbor City Narbonne California
Mitch Arreguin DB/LB/RB 5'8 156 Healdsburg California
Dru Blake DB Hollister San Benito California
Josh Jordan DB 5'10 160 Huntington Beach Marina California
Garrett Blanke DB/WR 6'3 190 Katella California
Jordan Ginter DB/LB 5'9 165 Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon California 1-CIF-Division V-Southern Section (DB)
Matt Garcia DB/LB 5'9 175 Lemoore California
Ricky Plueard DB/WR 6'0 160 Lemoore California
Sam James DB 5'10 160 Long Beach Jordan California
Nick Carlile DB/QB 6'2 180 Loomis Del Oro California
Chris Platt DB 5'10 170 Los Alamitos California
Tyler Smith DB 5'11 190 Los Alamitos California
Joseph Lake DB 5'10 150 4.70 Los Angeles Cathedral California
Erik Coronado DB/WR 6'0 153 Los Angeles University California
Joshua Lockhart DB/QB 6'0 160 Lynwood California
Willie Harris DB/WR 5'9 170 Lynwood California
Taylor Morrow DB/QB 5'10 155 Manhattan Beach Mira Costa California
Ashton Fullbright DB/WR 6'1 175 Milpitas California
Ruben Torres DB/RB 5'11 177 Modesto Christian California
Patrick Kelly DB/RB Monterey California
Wellington Rawls DB/WR 5'6 150 Moreno Valley Canyon Springs California
Ryan Smith DB 5'8 155 Moreno Valley View California
Leshawn James DB Mountain View California
Jarrett Daniel DB/WR 6'0 170 Newport Beach Newport Harbor California
Jason Ruiz DB/RB 5'9 170 Newport Beach Newport Harbor California
Alberto Zatarain DB/QB 5'8 150 Palm Springs California
Joshua Jackson DB/QB 6'1 155 Palmdale California
Ryan Merlette DB/QB 6'0 170 Palo Cedro Bishop Quinn California
Troy Whitehead DB/WR 5'10 160 Pasadena La Salle California
Keith Johnson DB/QB 6'1 160 Pebble Beach Stevenson California
Matt McDonald DB/QB Petaluma California
D.J. Russell DB/QB 6'0 190 Placentia Valencia California
Jaylon Gatlin DB 5'11 160 Rancho Cucamonga California
Matt Meyer DB 5'9 170 Rancho Santa Margarita California
Parker Barba DB/RB Redlands California
Orlando Johnson DB/QB 6'3 195 Salinas North Salinas California
Vince Camarda DB/WR 6'2 170 San Diego Cathedral California
Chris Rinder DB 5'11 165 San Diego St. Augustine California
Larry Parker DB/QB 5'10 150 San Diego St. Augustine California
Jose Gutierrez DB/WR 5'10 165 San Fernando California
Nick Tuipulotu DB/ATH 5'8 165 San Mateo Serra California
Daniel Williams DB/ATH 5'10 167 San Mateo Serra California
Braxton Lacy DB/WR San Pedro California
Jvone Hibbler DB/RB San Pedro California
Jason Garneau DB/RB San Pedro California
Benjamin Bynum DB/WR San Pedro California
Demitris Ramos DB/WR 6'0 190 Santa Ana California
Blake Klos DB 5'10 170 Santa Ana Mater Dei California
Paul Vallez DB/RB Santa Barbara California
Antione Briggs DB/RB 5'9 160 Santa Clara Wilcox California
Jonathan Tippin DB 5'10 135 Santana California
David Fanucci DB/RB 5'9 170 St. Helena California
Nick Rados DB/WR 6'0 165 Torrance Bishop Montgomery California
Danny Bomback DB/LB/RB 5'8 155 Torrance South California
Tyler Shannon DB/WR 5'10 169 Tujunga Verdugo Hills California
D.J. Sanchez DB/RB 5'8 145 Visalia Golden West California
Darius Smith DB 5'10 188 Vista California
Nick Walker DB/RB 5'10 175 Vista California
John Salazar DB/WR 5'11 170 West Covina South Hills California
Andrew Estrada DB 5'11 140 Whittier La Serna California
Stephen Erick DB 5'9 168 4.80 Calgary Bishop O'Byrne Canada
Justin Conn DB 6'2 180 4.66 Fredericton Canada
Courtney Stephen DB 4.79 Turner Fenton (Brampton Buklldogs) Canada
Andrew White DB/WR/P 5'11 170 Aurora Gateway Colorado 1-America League (5A) (P)
Austin Klosterman DB Brighton Colorado 1-Front Range League (5A)
Terry McCoy DB Denver East Colorado 1-Denver Prep League (5A)
Asey Braun DB Denver Mullen Colorado
Phillip Lyle DB 5'9 157 Denver Washington Colorado
Matt Roacha DB 5'10 165 Faith Christian Colorado
Bryce Buderus DB 6'0 190 Florence Colorado
Josiah Hoffman DB/WR 5'10 180 Grand Junction Colorado
Damon Dechant DB 6'4 175 Kit Carson Colorado 1-Denver Post-A 6-man-AS (DB); HM-Rocky Mountain News-A 6-man-AS
Mike Butierres DB Palmer Colorado 1-America League (5A)
Justin Daniel DB/RB 6'2 180 Rock Canyon Colorado
Evan Pilkington DB/RB 5'8 175 Silver Creek Colorado HM-Denver Post-3A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-3A-AS
Steven Savage DB/LB 5'11 175 ThunderRidge Colorado HM-Denver Post-4A-AS (LB)
Dylan Hochevar DB/QB 6'2 180 Wray Colorado
Brendan Counihan DB/QB Bacon Academy Connecticut 1-Norwich Bulletin-Area (DB)
Devon Polite DB Bunnell Connecticut
Max Nucci DB/WR East Lyme Connecticut
Tim Brady DB/WR Holy Cross Connecticut
Peter Raymond DB/QB 6'2 200 McMahon Connecticut
Augie Perrigo DB 5'10 185 4.80 Simsbury Westminster Connecticut
Brian Uszakiewicz DB/WR 6'0 170 Suffield Academy Connecticut
Mickey Amanti DB/RB Waterford Connecticut 1-Norwich Bulletin-Area
Martique Vanderpool DB/LB 6'1 175 Washington Coolidge D.C.
Darryl Jones DB 5'10 165 Washington St. John's D.C.
Malcolm Mustaffa DB 5'7 140 Alexis I. Du Pont Delaware 25-DBs (PS)
Pat McNeal DB/RB 5'11 160 Archmere Delaware 11-DBs (PS); 7-RBs (PS)
Gerald Gibbons DB 5'9 140 Caravel Delaware 13-DBs (PS)
Emmanuel Brasfield DB 5'7 150 Glasgow Delaware 26-DBs (PS)
Jeremy Bagwell DB 5'10 180 Laurel Delaware 12-DBs (PS)
Dawonne Downing DB 6'0 172 Woodbridge Delaware 17-DBs (PS)
Tarrick Bridges DB/WR 6'2 180 Apopka Florida
Thomas Carty DB 5'8 150 Belleview Florida
Travis Hutcheson DB 5'10 160 Bushnell South Sumter Florida
Kyle King DB 5'10 155 Bushnell South Sumter Florida
Derik Anderson DB/WR 5'9 182 Callahan West Nassau Florida
Jamal Rogers DB 5'9 175 Cape Coral Florida
LaFreddrick Curry DB Carrabelle Florida HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 1B (DB)
Chris Koffinas DBRB 5'11 170 Celebration Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Osceola/Polk County (RB)
Stephon Filer DB 5'8 155 Citra North Marion Florida
Jared Combass DB/QB 5'8 151 Clewiston Florida
Marcus Fielder DB 5'7 135 Cocoa Florida
Greg Jones DB 5'7 145 Cocoa Beach Florida
Patrick Schiriyan DB 5'8 170 Cocoa Beach Florida
Matt Forster DB 5'9 180 Cocoa Space Coast Florida
Jeff Lawson DB 5'7 175 Cocoa Space Coast Florida
Perry Grisafi DB 5'9 150 Coral Springs Coral Glades Florida
B.J. Sharper DB/ATH 5'9 181 Crescent City Florida 1-Palatka Daily News-County
Matt Jackson DB/RB 5'9 160 Dade City Pasco Florida
Marcus Tookes DB/QB 5'10 190 Dade City Pasco Florida
Sam Baptiste DB 5'9 165 Davie Nova Florida
Deahlo Mizell DB 5'6 135 Davie Nova Florida
Reggie Haynes DB/WR 5'10 140 Deltona Florida
Travis Dye DB/LB 5'10 185 East Ridge Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County (LB)
Alex Lozada DB 5'6 170 Estero Florida
Kornell Howard DB 6'1 180 Fort Meade Florida
Brian Bautista DB 5'10 165 Fort Myers Bishop Verot Florida
Zavier Soloman DB Fort Pierce Central Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (DB)
Hunter Brown DB 5'11 175 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida
Kenneth Campbell DB 5'10 175 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida
Chelsea Gardner DB 5'7 135 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida
Nick McGinnis DB 5'11 165 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida
Savante Hunt DB Gainesville Buchholz Florida
Mose Parker DB 6'0 165 Gainesville P.K. Yonge Florida
David Stuckman DB 5'8 160 Gainesville P.K. Yonge Florida
Sterling Jewel DB 5'8 155 Gainesville P.K.Yonge Florida
Michael Blanchard DB/WR 5'10 180 Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy Florida
Darren Carrasco DB 5'8 160 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida
Chris Gioia DB 5'9 136 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida
Ronald Henri DB 5'6 135 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida
Evan Goucher DB/QB/WR 6'2 175 4.85 Hollywood Christian Florida
Marshawn Hunter DB 6'0 170 Hollywood Christian Florida
Mike Burns DB 5'11 180 Hollywood Hills Florida
Ben Cuevas DB 5'9 155 Hollywood Hills Florida
Robert Gibbons DB 5'10 160 Hollywood Hills Florida
Eric Bryant DB 6'0 160 Hollywood MacArthur Florida
Travis Lloyd DB 6'0 170 Hollywood Sheridan Hills Christian Florida
Eric Mallard DB 6'0 180 Hollywood Sheridan Hills Christian Florida
Jarrell Smith DB 5'9 160 Jacksonville Mandarin Florida
Chad Lutkenhaus DB 6'4 172 LaBelle Florida
Andrew Tovar DB 5'7 160 LaBelle Florida
Brandon Shoup DB 5'9 155 Lake Butler Union County Florida
Aaron Walters DB 5'11 190 Lakeland Florida
Vance Doughty DB 5'9 155 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Javae Ingraham DB 5'10 170 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Kedrick McGary DB 5'5 145 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Rashad Tatum DB 5'10 170 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Micah Williams DB 6'2 190 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida
Marshall Hudson DB 5'10 160 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida
Alex Racious DB 5'8 150 Lehigh Florida
Ryan Rodd DB 5'11 183 Lithia Newsome Florida
Bryce Johnson DB 5'6 150 4.91 Madison County Florida
Paul Jackson DB 5'9 160 Melbourne Florida
Steve Estime DB 5'11 180 Melbourne Bayside Florida
Daniel Suarez DB 5'9 170 Melbourne Central Catholic Florida
John Walsh DB 6'2 170 Melbourne Central Catholic Florida
Marlon Booth DB/QB 5'8 165 Melbourne Florida Air Academy Florida
Scott Ellis DB/WR 6'0 155 Melbourne Florida Air Academy Florida
Darren Sewell DB/ATH 5'10 175 Melbourne Palm Bay Florida
Cory Cox DB 5'8 165 Miami Central Florida
Paul Reimer DB/QB 6'0 170 Miami Country Day Florida
Gustavo Olmeta DB 5'10 190 Miami Ferguson Florida
Ridge Jones DB 5'9 165 Miami Jackson Florida
Guillermo Rosaly DB/QB/ATH 5'9 160 Miami Southwest Florida
Alex Chevalier DB 5'8 170 Miramar Florida
Andrew Watts DB 5'10 140 Miramar Florida
George Whigham DB 5'10 175 Miramar Everglades Florida
Breon Parker DB 5'8 160 Monticello Jefferson Florida
Jose Juarez DB 5'6 135 Naples Golden Gate Florida
Caesar Marshall DB 6'1 180 Naples Golden Gate Florida
Nick Pensabene DB 6'0 160 Naples St. John Neumann Florida
Marcus Neeson DB 6'0 155 New Port Richey Gulf Florida
DeWaun Patterson DB 6'2 170 New Smyrna Beach Florida
Quinton Washington DB/QB 5'11 160 4.60 North Fort Myers Florida
Bobby Desmornes DB 5'9 170 North Fort Myers Florida
Shane Gardner DB/RB 5'9 165 Oakland Park Northeast Florida
Christian Blount DB/WR 6'0 190 Ocala Trinity Catholic Florida
James Kinsler DB 5'10 163 Ocala West Port Florida
Charles Barber DB 5'11 165 Pahokee Florida
J.R. McRae DB 5'10 170 Palatka Florida 1-Palatka Daily News-County
Tyler McCullough DB 5'9 175 Palm Bay Bayside Florida
Justin Walker DB 5'8 175 Palm Bay Bayside Florida
Nico Amaro DB 5'11 170 Pembroke Pines Charter Florida
Sean Wiley DB Pensacola Florida
Collius Norwood DB 5'7 165 Pensacola Florida
Allen Nelson DB 5'10 175 Pensacola Catholic Florida
Josh Jones DB 5'10 180 Pensacola Woodham Florida
Damion Berry DB 6'1 180 Riviera Beach Suncoast Florida
Bryan Nobs DB 6'0 155 Satellite Florida
Jay Lassiter DB 6'1 160 Seffner Armwood Florida
Rayshad Mincey DB/RB South Daytona Warner Christian Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (RB/DB)
Steven Montalvo DB St. Cloud Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Osceola/Polk County (DB)
Nick Baker DB St. Cloud Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Osceola/Polk County (DB)
Mike Williams DB/TE 6'2 190 Tallahassee Godby Florida
Greg Lightbody DB 6'1 180 Tampa Alonso Florida
Marcus Boddie DB 5'8 170 Tampa Hillsborough Florida
Isaac Varon DB/RB 5'9 165 Tampa Plant Florida
Johnny Brown DB Titusville Astronaut Florida
Jamarial Mazion DB 6'0 175 Titusville Astronaut Florida
Anthony Jackson DB/RB 5'9 145 Trinity Mitchell Florida
Michael Henzie DB Vanguard Florida 1-Ocala-Area
Palmer Linscott DB/RB 5'11 160 Winter Park Trinity Prep Florida
Tony Caldwell DB/RB 5'9 170 Winter Springs Florida
Sam Payne DB/WR 5'10 175 Atlanta Westminster Georgia
Taylor Hensley DB 5'11 170 Augusta Christian Georgia
Scoop Pharr DB Cherokee Georgia
Sidney Harris DB Griffin Georgia
Brendan Gray DB/QB Harlem Georgia
Keith Ferrell DB Kingsland Camden County Georgia
Justin Taylor DB 5'9 157 4.95 Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett Georgia
C.J. Hancock DB 5'10 170 Norcross Meadowcreek Georgia
Jonathan Martin DB/RB 5'11 185 Shiloh Georgia
Taylor Schindler DB/WR 6'3 186 4.91 Snellville South Gwinnett Georgia
Greg Baker DB South Effingham Georgia
Reade Lobdill DB 5'10 170 Stone Mountain Stephenson Georgia
Greg Gossett DB 5'10 170 Wesleyan Georgia
Mana Ohia DB 5'9 170 Aiea Hawaii 1-OIA-West (DB)
Travis Daniels DB 5'8 155 Honolulu Radford Hawaii
Aric Edra DB 5'4 140 Leilehua Hawaii
Preston Ayala DB 5'9 155 Wai'anae Hawaii 1-OIA-West (DB)
Zacq Hale DB 5'9 164 5.00 Mountain Home Idaho
Blake Skidmore DB West Idaho 2-2A-AS (DB)
Mike Kaczmarek DB/RB 6'0 175 Andrew Illinois
Chris Rudnicki DB Barrington Illinois
Myron Washington DB 5'10 160 Cahokia Illinois
Joshua Blair DB Chicago Morgan Park Illinois
Ritchie Rodriguez DB/WR 6'0 175 Chicago St. Francis DeSales Illinois
John Sullivan DB 6'1 185 Chicago St. Rita Illinois
Peter Balsam DB 6'2 190 Chicago St. Rita Illinois
Ian Svitak DB 5'8 165 Downers Grove North Illinois
Kevin Griffin DB/TE 6'1 180 East St. Louis Illinois
Tyrus Wilson DB/RB 6'1 205 East St. Louis Illinois
Nick King DB/RB 5'10 175 East St. Louis Illinois
Jeron Dorsey DB 5'8 145 Evanston Illinois
Adam Cozie DB/RB 5'9 165 Fenton Illinois
Nigel Franklin DB 5'9 175 Fenton Illinois
Steve Schwegman DB 6'3 200 Fremd Illinois
Mike Desilla DB 6'3 185 Fremd Illinois
John Minser DB 5'9 165 Glenbard South Illinois
Richard Allen-Easman DB 5'11 160 Homewood-Flossmoor Illinois
Mike Letzter DB/WR 6'0 185 Johnsburg Illinois
Jacob Andersen DB/ATH 5'7 188 Kanasville Westosha Central Illinois
Kevin Callahan DB 5'9 175 Lake Zurich Illinois
Matt Blanchard DB/QB 6'3 185 Lake Zurich Illinois
Aaron Evans DB 5'10 165 Marian Catholic Illinois
Jimmy Jordan DB 5'9 160 Mattoon Illinois
Kevin Dodge DB 6'0 160 Naperville Central Illinois
Robert Witmer DB/RB 5'11 180 Newman Central Catholic Illinois
Justin Harris DB/RB 6'0 170 Oak Lawn Richards Illinois
Mike Davis DB 5'10 180 O'Fallon Illinois
Mike Young DB 5'10 175 Orland Park Sandburg Illinois
Kris Ford DB/LB 5'9 175 Plainfield Central Illinois 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area (LB)
Deon Wilson DB 5'8 165 Rich Central Illinois
Josh Ortega DB 5'9 140 Romeoville Illinois 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Rich Rodriguez DB 6'0 175 St. Francis deSales Illinois 2-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area
Scott Golden DB/WR 6'4 175 Vernon Hills Illinois
Jordan Harmon DB/QB 6'0 165 Alexandria Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Dustin Allman DB/LB/RB 5'9 170 Brownstown Central Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Alex McPike DB/QB 6'0 170 Brownstown Central Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Mark Giacomantonio DB 5'11 170 Carmel Indiana SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Taylor Bowser DB Cass Indiana
Kent Lewellen DB/RB 5'7 187 Clarksville Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Ryan Masters DB/RB 5'10 155 Clarksville Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Durell Martin DB/QB 6'2 175 East Chicago Central Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Tyler Delauder DB 5'11 160 Eastside Indiana 1-AP-2A-AS
Michael Richardson DB Greencastle Indiana
Derrick Karaszia DB/QB 6'0 192 Greensburg Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Jeremy Jeffries DB/WR 5'10 170 Hammond Morton Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Russ Williams DB 5'8 170 Indianapolis Ben Davis Indiana
Alan Anderson DB 5'9 150 Indianapolis Broad Ripple Indiana
Desmond Johnson DB/LB 5'10 155 Indianapolis Tech Indiana 1-Indianapolis Star-City (LB); HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (LB/SS)
Tyren Futch DB/WR 6'0 190 Indianapolis Tech Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (WR/CB)
Nate Hibbert DB/WR 6'0 175 Knightstown Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Randy Schuster DB Mishawaka Indiana
Calvin Parker DB/RB 6'0 170 Mississinewa Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Eric Wiesemann DB/WR 5'11 165 New Haven Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Jake Bennett DB 6'2 170 Newburgh Castle Indiana
Tyler Trent DB North Putnam Indiana
Austin Turner DB/WR/ATH 5'7 150 Park Tudor Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Tyler Huls DB/RB 6'1 175 Salem Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Todd Martin DB/QB 6'2 175 South Spencer Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Cole Milam DB/QB 6'2 175 South Vermilion Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
De'Angelo Hurse DB 5'9 145 Speedway Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Tucker Maxey DB/WR 5'10 155 Tipton Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
James Wodicka DB/QB 5'8 150 West Lafayette Indiana HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS
Andrew Leeper DB/RB 5'10 165 Adair-Casey Iowa
Brandon Bowman DB/RB 6'0 155 Adair-Casey Iowa
Tyler Pierotti DB/WR 5'9 157 Bettendorf Iowa 3-MAC Conference (DB)
Seth Cooper DB/WR 5'11 170 Central Decatur Iowa
Andrew Meier DB/QB 6'4 185 4.80 Guthrie Center Iowa 1-Des Moines Register-A-AS (DB)
Tucker Sulzberger DB/WR 5'9 165 Muscatine Iowa 2-MAC Conference (WR & DB)
Nate Snead DB/QB/ATH Southeast Polk Iowa
Mitchell Forness DB/WR 5'7 147 Waterloo Columbus Iowa
Bruce Dalhauser DB/RB/P/PK 5'10 185 West Bend-Mallard Iowa
Zach McCool DB/WR West Delaware Iowa
Bryan Collins DB 5'9 155 West Des Moines Valley Iowa
Ben Wartra DB 6'1 195 4.60 Atwood Rawlins County Kansas
Bryce Wells DB 5'11 185 Great Bend Kansas
Cole Perry DB 5'9 165 4.50 Maize Kansas 1-AV-CTL-Division I (DB)
Brad Briggs DB/WR 6'2 Manhattan Kansas
Andrew Booth DB/WR 6'3 170 4.70 McLouth Kansas
Jamell Cervantez DB 5'9 145 Topeka West Kansas
Jordan Washington DB Wichita East Kansas
Danny Stewart DB/LB/RB 5'10 170 Ashland Fairview Kentucky
WenQuel Graves DB/WR Bardstown Kentucky
Devon Kohari DB 5'11 165 Belfry Kentucky
Keaton May DB 5'11 160 Bowling Green Warren Central Kentucky
Antuan Colter DB 5'8 150 4.50 Campbellsville Kentucky
Andy Zimmerman DB 5'11 165 Covington Scott Kentucky
Chris Vinci DB 5'10 165 Cumberland Kentucky
Jerry Long DB/WR 5'10 150 Falmouth Pendleton County Kentucky
Tyler Combess DB/RB 5'9 160 Frankfort Western Hills Kentucky
Glenn Dalcourt DB 6'3 175 Franklin-Simpson Kentucky
Ryan Smart DB/RB 5'11 190 Goshen North Oldham Kentucky
Blake Arnold DB 6'1 150 Harrodsburg Mercer County Kentucky
Derrick Ellery DB/RB 5'4 125 Louisville Waggener Kentucky 1-Region 2, District 3 (DB)
Travis Brown DB/RB/LB 5'9 180 Mayfield Kentucky
C.J. Ford DB/RB 5'11 175 Middlesboro Kentucky
Rex Hager DB/RB 5'11 170 Nicholasville East Jessamine Kentucky
Chase Mullins DB/WR 5'8 160 Nicholasville West Jessamine Kentucky
Josh Wills DB 5'9 170 Paducah Russell Kentucky
Daniel Pugh DB/QB 6'1 190 4.60 Paintsville Kentucky
Colby Newsome DB/WR 6'0 170 Pikeville Shelby Valley Kentucky
Cameron Williams DB/QB 6'0 161 4.63 Princeton Caldwell County Kentucky
Ben Hudson DB/WR 6'1 170 Princeton Caldwell County Kentucky
Trenton Fields DB 5'9 160 Versailles Woodford County Kentucky
Ricky Briggs DB 6'2 170 Amite Louisiana
Norman Andrews DB 5'11 165 Amite Louisiana
James Brown DB 5'8 155 Bastrop Louisiana 1- All-Championship Game Team
Darren Lucy DB 6'3 185 Baton Rouge Catholic Louisiana
Devin Ducote DB 5'8 155 Baton Rouge Parkview Baptist Louisiana
Daniel Wheeler DB 5'10 155 Broadmoor Louisiana 1-District 7-4A (DB)
Devon Solomon DB 5'8 180 Carencro Louisiana
Darnell Chevalier DB/WR 6'0 175 Cecilia Louisiana
Jon Hamilton DB 5'10 165 Crowley Louisiana
Keith Hickman DB/RB 5'9 165 Denham Springs Louisiana
Joe Stock DB 5'10 165 E.D. White Catholic Louisiana
Josh Verdin DB 5'5 140 Ellender Memorial Louisiana
Shaine Boyce DB 5'11 170 Hahnville Louisiana
Corey Ragas DB 5'10 170 Harvey Helen Cox Louisiana
Quincy Covington DB 6'0 165 Independence Louisiana
Justin Thomas DB 6'0 185 Independence Louisiana
Lamarcus Simmons DB 5'11 160 Jewel Sumner Louisiana
Daniel Washington DB 5'11 185 Loranger Louisiana
Denver Golman DB 5'10 175 Loranger Louisiana
Rayon Craft DB 6'0 175 Marrero John Ehret Louisiana
Jakeem Lively DB 5'8 165 New Iberia Louisiana
Michael Marks DB 5'8 165 New Iberia Louisiana
Rob Cenac DB 6'2 190 New Iberia Catholic Louisiana
Phil LeBlanc DB 5'9 160 New Orleans Holy Cross Louisiana 1-District 8-5A (DB)
Bryson Baptiste DB 5'8 150 New Orleans McDonogh 35 Louisiana
Logan Gautreaux DB/LB/RB 5'9 175 North Vermilion Louisiana
Trey Trahan DB 5'7 165 North Vermilion Louisiana
Daniel Donovan DB 5'8 169 Northshore Louisiana
John Grant Hebert DB 5'8 150 Opelousas Catholic Louisiana
Jimmy Ballantyne DB 5'9 155 Pearl River Louisiana
Calvin Williams DB 5'7 160 Redemptorist Louisiana
Tony Francis DB 5'9 138 4.69 Reserve East St. John Louisiana
Huck Williams DB 5'9 175 Reserve East St. John Louisiana
Robby Green DB 6'0 170 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana
Kelby Wuertz DB 5'9 175 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana
Colby Arceneaux DB/LB 5'9 195 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana 1-District 10-2A (DB)
Keith Guidry DB 5'10 160 Riverside Academy Louisiana
Reggie Chauvin DB/LB 5'10 180 St. Amant Louisiana
Brady Miles DB 5'9 175 St. Amant Louisiana
Travis Vidrine DB 6'0 180 St. Edmund Louisiana
Adrian Joseph DB 5'10 180 Thibodaux Louisiana
James Steib DB 6'1 180 Thibodaux Louisiana
Hunter Hughes DB/WR 6'1 165 Watson Live Oak Louisiana
Joshua Smith DB 5'10 170 West Jefferson Louisiana
John Ross Prudhomme DB/RB 5'10 180 Westminster Louisiana
Teddrick Holmes DB 5'8 155 Woodlawn Louisiana
Alex Gallant DB/QB/P 6'3 Bangor Maine
Aaron Champagne DB/QB Fairfield Lawrence Maine
Cory Church DB/RB Fairfield Lawrence Maine
Tony Romano DB/TE York Maine
Eric Baylor DB/QB 5'11 165 Baltimore Patterson Maryland
Mark Crisco DB/WR 5'11 160 Bel Air Maryland
Tayvon Bristow DB/WR 6'3 185 Chesapeake Baltimore County Maryland
Vince Furby DB/RB 5'8 155 Columbia Long Reach Maryland
Jamar Johnson DB/RB/WR 5'10 165 Fort Washington Friendly Maryland
Fred Glover DB 5'10 175 Fort Washington Friendly Maryland
Jimmy Gilford DB/WR/QB 6'1 180 Francis Scott Key Maryland
Jamal Lynn DB/RB Germantown Seneca Valley Maryland
Charles Hobson DB/WR Germantown Seneca Valley Maryland
Billy West DB/QB 5'10 170 Glenelg Maryland
Jake Anderson DB/RB 5'10 160 Glenelg Maryland
Brandon Dever DB/RB 5'9 180 Glenelg Maryland
Carl Kambui DB/WR 6'0 180 Greenbelt Eleanor Roosevelt Maryland
Chris Taylor DB 5'8 155 Greenbelt Eleanor Roosevelt Maryland
Brad Thompson DB/WR 6'1 170 Ijamsville Urbana Maryland
Jerome Walter DB/QB 6'3 190 Kensington Albert Einstein Maryland
Lamont Wesley DB/RB 6'0 180 Kent County Maryland
Kevin Linehan DB/WR/QB 5'10 145 Middletown Maryland
Juris Eyler DB/RB 5'11 175 Middletown Maryland
Malcolm Green DB 5'8 160 Millersville Old Mill Maryland HM-Big School-AS
Jarell Hasan DB/WR 6'2 180 North Hagerstown Maryland
Tyler Maguire DB/WR 5'10 140 North Harford Maryland 2-Baltimore Sun-Harford County (DB)
James Gilyard DB/WR/QB 5'9 160 Overlea Maryland
Kenard Wallington D/RB 5'8 170 Parkville Maryland
Raymont Dandridge DB/WR 6'2 185 Potomac Maryland
Gregg Merrill DB/WR 5'11 165 Queen Anne's Maryland
Jordan McClain DB 5'9 165 Randallstown Maryland
Eric Dorsey DB/RB 5'11 165 St. James Maryland
John Briscoe DB/RB 5'8 160 Surrattsville Maryland
Joshua McCants DB/RB 6'1 180 Thomas Wootton Maryland
Orlando Taylor DB/RB 5'8 165 Upper Marlboro Frederick Douglass Maryland
Terrell Talbert DB/RB 6'0 175 Waldorf Westlake Maryland
Corryl Boyd DB 5'8 150 Waldorf Westlake Maryland
Mark Steidings DB 6'2 180 Wheaton Good Counsel Maryland
Jimmy Roche DB 6'1 180 Arlington Massachusetts
Joe Tran DB/LB/RB 5'10 180 4.44 Braintree Archbishop Williams Massachusetts
Kevin Bussart DB 6'1 175 Braintree Archbishop Williams Massachusetts
Jeff Brown DB 6'4 190 Cohasset Massachusetts
Bobby Ewing DB/RB Dennis-Yarmouth Massachusetts 1-Cape Cod Times-Area
Joe Huntress DB/RB 5'11 180 Dracut Massachusetts
Aser Chery DB Everett Massachusetts
Eli Olsen DB/RB Falmouth Massachusetts 1-Cape Cod Times-Area
Kyle Shute DB/RB 5'11 180 Marian Massachusetts
Jerry Freed DB 5'7 165 Marshfield Massachusetts
Miles Walker DB/RB 6'2 190 Needham Massachusetts
Brendan Moss DB/QB 5'10 175 North Reading Massachusetts
Anthony Verrochi DB 5'10 175 Norwood Massachusetts
Eddie Leonard DB/RB Peabody Massachusetts
Luke Chmielinski DB/WR 5'11 170 Westwood Xaverian Brothers Massachusetts
Chris Jackson DB/WR 5'8 156 4.74 Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Michigan
Matt Dykema DB/RB 5'8 162 Buchanan Michigan x HM-Freep-AS (DB); 1-South Bend Tribune-Michigan Area (RB&DB); 1-Lakeland Conference (DB); 2-Lakeland Conference (RB)
Chais Fleming DB 6'1 165 Carsonville-Port Sanilac Michigan 1-News-D-AS (DB)
Quinton Hunt DB 5'10 170 Detroit Cass Tech Michigan x
Erik Williams DB/WR 6'0 190 4.90 Detroit Country Day Michigan x
Craig Hamilton DB/WR 5'8 150 Detroit U-D Jesuit Michigan HM-News-Detroit (DB); 2-Catholic-Central
Nick File DB/QB 5'11 165 Dowagiac Michigan x 1-South Bend Tribune-Michigan Area; 1-Big 16-West
Stephen Champion DB/WR 5'10 170 Farmington Michigan x
Joel Edwards DB Flint Central Michigan 1-Flint Journal-City; HM-Saginaw Valley Conference
Bill Avery DB/WR 6'0 160 Grand Rapids Forest Hills Eastern Michigan x 1-Grand Rapids Advance-East
Keith Fletcher DB 5'10 184 4.89 Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern Michigan
Malcolm Wells DB 5'9 175 Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills Michigan
Joey Frye DB/WR 5'11 173 5.03 Highland Park Michigan x HM-News-Detroit (DB)
Jeff Goodin DB 5'10 180 Huron Valley Milford Michigan x
Mark Wiles DB 6'0 175 Ionia Michigan 1-Lansing State Journal-Class B-Area (Chosen from 17 schools-DB)
K.D. Bell DB/RB 5'11 185 Kalamazoo Central Michigan x
Joe Fedewa DB 5'11 170 Lansing Waverly Michigan
Laurence Treadway DB/RB 5'8 166 4.75 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan
Nick Collier DB/WR 5'11 175 Oxford Michigan x
Sam Jones DB 6'0 161 Plymouth Canton Michigan
Jake Sawicki DB/RB 5'7 160 4.64 Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Michigan 1-AP-D-AS (RB); HM-News-D-AS (B); HM-News-North (B); 1-Catholic-Intersectional II
Eric Walker DB/QB 5'7 162 West Bloomfield Michigan x
Dan Taylor DB/RB 6'0 190 White Lake Lakeland Michigan HM-News-North (B); 1-Kensington Valley-Area
Aaron Schindler DB/ATH 6'1 180 Agassiz Valley Minnesota
Tommy Pernell DB 5'9 165 Benilde-St. Margaret Minnesota
Daniel Fragodt DB/WR/P/PK 6'2 160 Benson Minnesota 1-West Central Tribune-Area (UT)
Mitchell Loegering DB/WR Big Lake Minnesota 1-Mississippi 8 (WR/S)
Jacob Bean DB/RB Burnsville Minnesota
Adam Murfield DB Fairmont Minnesota 1-Fairmont Sentinel-Area (DB)
Otimio Masso DB/RB Farmington Minnesota 1-Missota (RB/CB)
Ben Brolsma DB Martin County West Minnesota 1-Fairmont Sentinel-Area (DB)
Anthony Humphrey DB/WR 6'1 170 Minneapolis DeLaSalle Minnesota
Geordi Phelps DB/WR Minneapolis North Minnesota 1-Minneapolis (DB/WR)
Tyler Vivian DB/RB Minnehaha Academy Minnesota 1-Tri-Metro
Cole Schneider DB/WR 5'8 140 Plainview/Elgin-Millville Minnesota
Blake Perkins DB/LB/RB Princeton Minnesota 1-Mississippi 8 (RB/LB/CB)
Joe Doherty DB/WR Prior Lake Minnesota 1-Missota (DB/WR)
Austin Haugh DB Prior Lake Minnesota 1-Missota (DB)
Logan Kingren DB/QB Rogers Minnesota 1-Mississippi 8 (DB/QB)
Dylan Hempel DB 6'1 180 YME Minnesota 1-West Central Tribune-Area (DB)
Malcolm Husband DB/QB 150 West Marion Mississippi
Tercel Seiber DB/WR 5'11 180 Ballwin Parkway West Missouri
Caleb Sanders DB/WR 5'10 180 Carthage Missouri
Sean Coleman DB/WR 5'10 175 Florissant McCluer Missouri
Lee Flood DB/RB 5'10 175 Marionville Missouri
Windall Harris DB/WR 6'0 155 Overland Ritenour Missouri
Devon Pritchett DB 5'9 165 Parkway South Missouri
Quincy Silver DB/WR Pattonville Missouri
Billy Jackson DB/RB 5'10 165 Salem Missouri
Marco Falls DB/QB 6'1 180 Slater Missouri
Clayton English DB/QB/RB 5'8 155 St. Charles Howell North Missouri
Muhammed Harris DB/RB 6'1 180 St. Louis Beaumont Missouri
Christopher Headd DB 6'1 175 St. Louis Beaumont Missouri
Gerald McClure DB/WR 5'9 184 St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Missouri
Dwayne Pickens DB/RB/WR 5'7 145 St. Louis Oakville Missouri
Jamelle Frazier DB/RB 5'11 170 St. Louis Riverview Gardens Missouri
Lamonty Swift DB/WR/LB 5'9 160 St. Louis Vashon Missouri
Joe Lincoln DB/QB 6'3 175 Tipton Missouri
Andrew Gildehaus DB/QB 5'9 160 Washington Missouri
Jake McCullen DB/QB 5'7 145 Wright City Missouri
Luke Sachau DB/RB 5'10 160 Allen Nebraska
Chris Johnson DB/RB 5'8 180 Clay Center Nebraska
Robert Lemmon DB 6'0 175 Crawford Nebraska
Sean Hoarty DB/QB 6'3 180 Fillmore Central Nebraska
Nathan Bender DB 5'10 160 Humphrey SF Nebraska 1-Lincoln Journal Star-D1-AS (UTIL-DEF)
Jim Ebke DB/QB 6'0 195 4.80 Lincoln East Nebraska HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 1-Lincoln Journal Star-City (UT-OFF)
Brent Wells DB/QB 6'0 170 Lincoln Northeast Nebraska
Jon Damkroger DB/WR Norris Nebraska
DeAngelo Allen DB 5'9 160 Omaha Benson Nebraska
Nick Argyle DB/QB 5'9 180 Omaha Millard North Nebraska
Mitchell Schultze DB/QB 6'5 180 Osmond Nebraska
Andrew Glause DB/QB/ATH Palmer Nebraska
P.J. Conradt DB/RB St. Mary's Nebraska
Alex Hutchison DB/RB 5'10 170 Stapleton Nebraska
Joey Maher DB 5'10 210 Durango Nevada 31-56-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Jeremy Anderson DB 5'5 145 4.93 Foothill Nevada
Eric Luna DB 5'11 165 Hug Nevada
Matt Taylor DB/QB/ATH 5'10 175 Mojave Nevada 9-QB-NV (-March 4, 2006); 31-56-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)
Jeremiah Dotson DB 5'7 175 4.65 Shadow Ridge Nevada
Rod Walker DB Portsmouth New Hampshire 1-Division II-AS (DB)
Kyle McCoppin DB/LB/RB 5'8 175 Cedar Grove New Jersey
Michael Drake DB/RB 5'10 167 4.70 Cherry Hill New Jersey
Jevon Morris DB/RB 5'9 155 Dickinson New Jersey
Bryan Saunders DB/QB 5'8 175 Hackensack New Jersey
Charles Curcio DB/RB 5'9 160 Hammonton St. Joseph New Jersey
Jerron McMillan DB/QB 6'0 160 Hillside New Jersey
Maurice Taylor DB/RB 5'10 170 Jackson Memorial New Jersey
Leval Wiggins DB/WR 5'8 204 4.82 Jersey City Hudson Catholic New Jersey
Danny Smolensky DB/QB 5'11 205 Lyndhurst New Jersey
Sean Gilbert DB/QB 5'9 165 Middletown South New Jersey
John Suarez DB/WR 5'9 170 Montvale St. Joseph Regional New Jersey
Kevin McDevitt DB/RB 5'11 170 Montvale St. Joseph Regional New Jersey
Chris Macias DB/RB 5'8 165 North Bergen New Jersey
Jon Paul Sticco DB/WR/RB 5'8 164 4.81 Oradell Bergen Catholic New Jersey
Cesar Cabreja DB/WR 6'0 175 Palisades Park/Leonia New Jersey
Damian DiIorio DB/WR 6'3 205 Passaic Valley New Jersey
Deshawn Green DB 6'0 155 Paterson Catholic New Jersey
Shamir McNair DB 6'0 165 Paterson Eastside New Jersey
Albert Gelbaum DB/RB 5'10 175 Ridgewood New Jersey
John Barnitt DB/QB 6'2 170 Secaucus New Jersey
Chris Maza DB/RB 5'10 175 Teaneck New Jersey
James Williams DB 5'9 160 Teaneck New Jersey
Craig Hughes DB/QB 6'0 175 Wall Township New Jersey
Geoffrey Prudzinsky DB 6'1 175 Wayne Hills New Jersey
Richard Kirkland DB/WR/QB 5'11 172 Wayne Passaic Tech New Jersey
Joey Thrush DB 5'6 150 Albuquerque Del Norte New Mexico
Greg Mallory DB/RB Albuquerque Highland New Mexico
Adrian Baca DB/RB Rio Grande New Mexico
Jeff Acosta DB/RB Rio Grande New Mexico
Michael Chaires DB 5'9 170 4.60 Albany Christian Brothers New York
Vinny Sandtorv DB/QB 5'11 175 Centereach New York
John Syty DB/RB 6'3 180 Clarence New York
Coleman Flory DB/QB 5'9 145 Corning East New York 2-NYSWA-A-AS (QB); 1-Elmira/Corning Star-Gazette-Area
Cameron Flory DB/RB 5'9 145 Corning East New York 2-NYSWA-A-AS (DB); 1-Elmira/Corning Star-Gazette-Area
John Quartironi DB/WR East Amherst Williamsville East New York
Jason Zittel DB/WR 6'1 175 Eden New York
Cameron Cotton DB/QB Fulton New York
Chris Northrup DB/QB 6'2 185 Livonia New York
Jack Flaherty DB/QB 6'3 180 McGann-Mercy New York
Bryan Harris DB/WR Niagara Falls New York
Chris Lauda DB/WR 5'11 175 Staten Island Curtis New York
Michael Augello DB/RB/P 5'9 190 4.46 Staten Island St. Joseph by the Sea New York
Kenny Williams DB/QB Syracuse Henninger New York
Ira Langhorne DB/WR 6'4 195 Wayland-Cohocton New York
Taruz Moton DB/RB 5'10 205 Webster Thomas New York
Mike Filipowski DB/WR 6'0 170 Webster-Schroeder New York
Dan Witkowski DB/WR 5'11 160 Webster-Schroeder New York
Jake Krezmien DB West Seneca East New York
Kyle Johnson DB/QB 6'0 180 Asheville A.C. Reynolds North Carolina
Chris Cummings DB/LB/RB 6'0 180 Asheville A.C. Reynolds North Carolina
Andy Bertolozzi DB/QB 5'10 177 Athens North Carolina
Josiah Allen DB 5'10 160 4.60 Cabarrus County Jay M. Robinson North Carolina
Paris Shannon DB 5'9 160 Cape Fear North Carolina
Thomas Ferguson DB 5'11 155 Cary North Carolina
Nick Medlin DB 5'11 190 4.60 Charlotte Providence North Carolina
Brad Brower DB/WR/RB 5'8 146 4.75 Clemmons West Forsyth North Carolina
Roy Powell DB 5'11 180 Durham Jordan North Carolina
Colby Dillingham DB/RB 5'8 165 East Burke North Carolina
Rashad Ford DB/ATH 5'9 165 East Gaston North Carolina
Matt Warren DB/WR 6'0 180 4.70 East Lincoln North Carolina
Alfonso Hyman DB/WR 5'11 160 4.60 East Rowan North Carolina
Chris Arrowood DB/WR 5'10 170 4.70 East Rowan North Carolina
Corey Schley DB/WR 6'1 170 Eastern Wayne North Carolina
Rico Parks DB 5'10 175 4.60 Franklin North Carolina
Tanner Cook DB 5'9 160 4.60 Franklin North Carolina
Josh McGalard DB 5'11 175 Freedom North Carolina
Zack Powell DB/RB Fuquay-Varina North Carolina
David Hyde DB/RB 5'10 167 Green Hope North Carolina
Ben Areno DB 5'10 200 4.50 Greensboro Southeast Guilford North Carolina
Robert Browning DB/RB 5'11 170 Hayesville North Carolina
Randall Williams DB/RB 5'9 165 4.60 High Point Southwest Guilford North Carolina
Travis Thompson DB 5'10 175 5.05 Hillsborough Cedar Ridge North Carolina
Antonio Whitfield DB/RB 5'10 170 4.60 Kinston North Carolina
Deron Finney DB/LB 5'10 175 Knightdale North Carolina
Adrian Powell DB/RB 5'8 149 Lumberton North Carolina
Brandon Stewart DB 5'8 160 4.70 Mocksville Davie County North Carolina
Trudell Hamilton DB 5'10 160 4.60 North Lenoir North Carolina
Rodney Thompson DB/LB 5'10 175 4.60 Northern Durham North Carolina
Jarret Hatch DB 5'11 180 4.70 Northern Durham North Carolina
Jermaine Perry DB 5'11 170 4.60 Northern Vance North Carolina
C.J. Wilkerson DB/WR 6'2 160 4.80 Oxford Webb North Carolina
Richard Terry DB 5'10 161 Rockingham Richmond County North Carolina
Karien Swinney DB/LB 6'0 180 Rockingham Richmond County North Carolina
Taylor Fisher DB 6'0 170 4.70 Rolesville Wake Forest North Carolina
Preston Roseboro DB 5'9 165 Shelby North Carolina
Vincent McLean DB/RB 5'7 146 4.40 South Robeson North Carolina
Randy Atkins DB/WR T.C. Roberson North Carolina
Jack Ziegler DB 5'9 159 Terry Sanford North Carolina
Josh Elledge DB/WR/QB 5'11 145 4.65 West Wilkes North Carolina
Corey Blair DB/LB 5'11 185 4.80 Western Alamance North Carolina
Kalan Neal DB 6'0 165 4.70 Western Alamance North Carolina
Desmond Cox DB/RB Akron Central-Hower Ohio
Javay Cox DB/WR Akron Central-Hower Ohio
De'Jon Cash DB/RB Akron East Ohio
Joe Williams DB Akron Hoban Ohio
Paul Buzzelli-Andes DB Akron Hoban Ohio
Terrance Bozeman DB/WR Akron North Ohio
Dusty Brown DB/WR 6'1 175 Bloomdale Elmwood Ohio
Dustin Zielaskiewicz DB/WR Brunswick Ohio
Kenneth Watley DB 5'9 158 4.80 Cleveland Glenville Ohio
Gary Lash DB 5'10 170 Columbus East Ohio
Sam Ricks DB 6'2 180 Columbus Northland Ohio
Mario Foster DB 6'0 180 Columbus Northland Ohio
Marcus Rose DB 5'8 170 Columbus Northland Ohio
Mike Coffman DB Columbus South Ohio
James Hamilton DB 5'9 153 Columbus South Ohio
Dempsey Calhoun DB 6'0 155 Columbus Walnut Ridge Ohio
Matt Marr DB 5'8 170 Columbus Walnut Ridge Ohio
Charles Booker DB 5'10 175 Columbus West Ohio
Brendan White DB 5'9 160 Columbus West Ohio
Darnall Thorpe DB 5'9 165 4.92 Dayton Trotwood-Madison Ohio
Jordan Bowdy DB/WR 5'10 159 Dublin Coffman Ohio
Aaron Roberts DB Heath Ohio
Aaron Roberts DB Heath Ohio
Rocco Auteri DB/RB Indian Creek Ohio
Scott Williams DB/WR Kent Roosevelt Ohio
Theron Dunson DB 5'11 185 Kenton Ohio
Jesse Howard DB 5'9 160 Kenton Ohio
Branden Williams DB Lakewood St. Edward Ohio
Joe Davis DB Lakewood St. Edward Ohio
Chase Goodman DB/WR Macedonia Norton Ohio
Famon Pigrson DB/RB Macedonia Norton Ohio
Bryan Sheegog DB/WR 5'9 162 Massillon Washington Ohio
Brandon Phelps DB/QB Minerva Ohio
Seth Alman DB 5'8 157 North Canton Hoover Ohio
Matt Kukura DB Struthers Ohio
Tony McNeilan DB/QB Versailles Ohio
James Boadbent DB Warren John F. Kennedy Ohio
Dan Hull DB Warren John F. Kennedy Ohio
Cameron Jones DB/RB Waynesville Ohio
Patrick Hensley DB 5'11 170 Westerville South Ohio
Chaz Jordan DB/WR Medina Buckeye Oho
Seth Jones DB/RB Arkoma Oklahoma 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid)
Tyler Crabtree DB 5'10 165 Bowlegs Oklahoma 1-PS-C-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman) (DB)
William Wright DB 5'9 155 Fox Oklahoma 1-PS-C-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman) (DB)
Brett Teague DB 5'7 160 Hulbert Oklahoma 1-Muskogee Phoenix-Small School (A-C)-Area
Chris Royal DB/QB/ATH 5'8 169 Oklahoma City Northeast Oklahoma
Anthony Anderson DB Oklahoma City Western Heights Oklahoma
Cale Ellis DB/QB Pawnee Oklahoma 1-Stillwater News Press-Area
Justin Meza DB/RB 5'9 170 Ashland Oregon
Ben Rezac DB/RB Blanchet Oregon
Taylor Hunter DB/QB/PK Canby Oregon
Bryant Sentman DB/QB 6'1 195 Cottage Grove Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)
Brandt Nevin DB/QB 6'0 155 Eagle Point Oregon
Kelly Shannon DB/RB 5'10 165 Henley Oregon
Lucas Spalding DB/LB/RB Jewell Oregon
Matt Stutes DB Lake Oswego Oregon 1-Three Rivers (4A) (S)
Alex Bourne DB/RB Lebanon Oregon
Anthony Holcomb DB Nyssa Oregon 2-Portland Oregonian-2A-AS (DB)
Bobby Corey DB/WR 6'0 165 Pendleton Oregon HM-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS
Shae Schimmel DB/WR 6'0 165 Pendleton Oregon HM-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS
Mitch Byrnes DB Pilot Rock Oregon 2-Portland Oregonian-2A-AS (DB)
Max Brantley DB Portland Jesuit Oregon 2-Metro League (4A) (DB)
Dan Wells DB 5'10 165 Portland Westview Oregon
Justin Fulps DB Reedsport Oregon 3-Portland Oregonian-2A-AS (DB)
Matt Kirschner DB 6'1 175 Salem McKay Oregon
Ben Merrill DB 5'11 175 Salem Sprague Oregon 3-Valley League (4A) (S)
David Mesa DB 6'0 190 Siuslaw Oregon
Marcos Sanchez DB/RB Willamette Oregon
Tony Perry DB Yamhill-Carlton Oregon HM-Portland Oregonian-3A-AS (DB)
Chris Fox DB/RB ??? Pennsylvania
Matt Pinelli DB 5'9 170 Bristol Pennsylvania
Zach Pettis DB 6'0 170 Cedar Cliff Pennsylvania Midstate PS Top Newcomers
Todd Gilbert DB 6'2 180 Central Dauphin Pennsylvania
Blake Williamson DB Chartiers Houston Eastern Pennsylvania
Nick Nardone DB 5'10 170 Ellwood City Pennsylvania
David Roach DB/QB 5'9 140 Erie Cathedral Prep Pennsylvania
Conrad Myers DB/RB 5'9 165 Greencastle-Antrim Pennsylvania Midstate PS Top 100 Overall (LB)
Justin Myers DB/LB/RB 5'9 160 Highlands Pennsylvania
Chris Sibert DB 5'9 170 McGufey Pennsylvania
Sammy Zeglinski DB/WR Penn Charter Pennsylvania
Corey Jackson DB/WR 6'0 175 Philadelphia Roman Catholic Pennsylvania
Sean Canady DB 5'11 170 Philadelphia Southern Pennsylvania
Eric Dividock DB 5'9 165 Portage Pennsylvania
Tim Smith DB 5'8 190 South Western Pennsylvania 1-Gettysburg Evening Sun-Area
Nick O'Neill DB 5'10 160 Unionville Pennsylvania
James Shoreye DB/WR 6'0 185 Central Rhode Island
Kyle Smith DB/RB 5'7 175 Westerly Rhode Island
Griffin Phillips DB/RB 5'9 160 Carolina Academy South Carolina
Roger Gathers DB/RB 5'9 170 Carolina Forest South Carolina
Mario Harrell DB 5'11 153 Cheraw South Carolina
Donald Hunter DB 5'11 160 Conway South Carolina
Demaris Hill DB/WR 6'3 182 Dorman South Carolina
Travis Bethea DB/WR/LB 5'10 175 Lake View South Carolina
Wesley Boyd DB 5'9 160 Lower Richland South Carolina
Ben Singleton DB 5'10 175 Manning South Carolina
Billy Jennings DB 5'9 139 Union South Carolina
Jordan Gau DB/QB Hanson South Dakota 1-SDFCA-9A-AS
Dusty Peters DB/RB Lemmon-McIntosh South Dakota 1-American News-Area (RB)
Steven Gunter DB 5'11 170 Coalfield Tennessee
Antres Booker DB/QB 6'0 175 Columbia Central Tennessee
Brendon Gipson DB 5'1 175 Cordova Tennessee
Nick Newsome DB/QB 5'10 175 Dyersburg Tennessee
Josh Hutchins DB/ATH 6'0 180 Elizabethton Tennessee
Michael Degaliford DB Fairview Tennessee
DaJuan Manning DB/WR 5'9 160 Gallatin Tennessee
Garrett Avant DB/WR 6'1 165 Germantown Houston Tennessee
Keeven Addison DB/WR/RB 6'1 200 Hixson Tennessee
Tim Brooks DB/RB 5'10 140 Jackson North Side Tennessee
Keon McGee DB/WR 5'10 150 Jonesborough David Crockett Tennessee
Marcus Huie DB/WR 6'0 160 Knoxville Farragut Tennessee
Adrian Moore DB/WR 6'0 170 4.50 Knoxville West Tennessee
Ladarian Hardy DB/RB 5'8 160 Lebanon Wilson Central Tennessee
Lincoln Walters DB/WR 5'10 175 Lenoir City Tennessee
Jeremy Washington DB 6'2 185 Memphis Bishop Byrne Tennessee
Greg Hardy DB/WR 6'0 180 Memphis Germantown Tennessee
Justin Wilson DB/WR 6'1 180 Memphis Germantown Tennessee
Jeremiah Jones DB 6'1 180 Memphis Harding Academy Tennessee
Corderra Earvin DB 6'2 162 Memphis Hillcrest Tennessee
Cornelius Smith DB 5'10 175 Memphis Ridgeway Tennessee
P.J. Polk DB/RB 5'11 160 Murfreesboro Oakland Tennessee
George Tanifum DB 5'10 165 Nashville Christ Presbyterian Academy Tennessee
Josh Williams DB/WR 5'6 160 Nashville Davidson Academy Tennessee 1-TSWA-Division II-AS (LB)
David Soloman DB 5'9 175 Nashville Hillsboro Tennessee
Evan Langster DB/RB 5'10 170 Nashville Hillsboro Tennessee
Anthony Martin DB 5'8 150 Nashville Hillwood Tennessee
Terrell Perkins DB/QB 5'8 160 Nashville Stratford Tennessee
Manuel Esquivel DB/LB 5'10 180 Nashville Whites Creek Tennessee
Brian Milan DB/QB 5'10 185 Rogersville Cherokee Tennessee
Wayne Chatman DB/RB 5'10 170 Springfield Tennessee
Sep Valenine DB/WR 5'8 155 Tiptonville Lake County Tennessee
Abraham Daily DB 6'0 160 4.60 A&M Consolidated Texas
David Mathews DB 5'10 150 4.60 A&M Consolidated Texas
Anthony Tucker DB Arlington Houston Texas 2-District 7-5A (FS)
Josh McKinley DB/QB Austin Anderson Texas
Terrence Robertson DB 5'11 172 4.70 Austin Reagan Texas
Brad Ballew DB 6'1 175 4.60 Austin Westlake Texas
Chris Lockhart DB 200 Baytown Lee Texas
Mike Green DB 5'11 170 4.60 Boerne Texas
Heath Myers DB Bowie Texas
Byron Bodley DB Brackenridge Texas
Edgar Salinas DB 5'6 155 Brownsville Pace Texas
Dusty Green DB 6'0 170 Brownwood Texas 2-District 16-4A (S)
Dru Prosser DB 6'1 160 4.60 Celina Texas
Dallen Sandgraft DB Cleburne Texas
Justin Scott DB 6'0 160 Columbia Texas
Frank Torres DB Cotulla Texas
Ace Sloan DB/LB 5'10 180 Cuero Texas
Jarvis Bryant DB Dallas Carter Texas
Mark Washington DB/WR 5'9 170 4.60 Dallas Christian Texas
Dominic Chalman DB 175 Dallas Madison Texas
Kameron Gee DB 146 4.68 DeSoto Texas
Justin Flowers DB 5'9 155 4.40 Duncanville Texas
Carlos Salinas DB 6'3 175 4.70 Edinburg North Texas
Joe Cole DB El Paso Parkland Texas
Joey Sifuentes DB 5'10 170 4.90 El Paso Riverside Texas
Emmanuel Franco DB/QB 5'10 160 El Paso Socorro Texas
Travis Wallace DB/WR 6'2 180 Ennis Texas
Derek Buie DB 5'7 170 Euless Trinity Texas
Andrew DeRossier DB 5'10 175 4.60 Forney Texas
Marcus Scoby DB/WR Fort Bend Austin Texas
Justin Bass DB/QB 6'0 190 Fort Bend Clements Texas
Keon Leonard DB 5'11 175 Fort Bend Willowridge Texas
Jarvis Clark DB/QB 5'8 170 4.60 Fort Bend Willowridge Texas
Brandon Yelovich DB/WR Friendswood Clear Brook Texas
Curtis Kazanski DB 6'0 170 4.70 Frisco Texas
Bryan Johnson DB 5'8 160 Garland Texas 2-District 11-5A (DB)
Jason Clemons DB 5'10 160 Giddings Texas
Ricky Gulm DB Glen Rose Texas
Kelby Clements DB 160 Hardin Texas
Chris Munoz DB 5'6 130 Hendrickson Texas
Andrew Resendez DB 5'9 170 Houston Clear Lake Texas
Randone Allen DB 5'8 149 Houston Cypress Springs Texas
Jermaine Paul DB/RB 5'4 140 4.87 Houston Furr Texas
Nick Hightower DB/WR 5'10 175 4.60 Houston Jersey Village Texas
Craig Lenard DB/WR 5'9 170 Houston Jones Texas
Garrett Auzenne DB 6'1 180 4.60 Houston St. Thomas Texas
Kenneth Edward DB 5'9 180 Houston Sterling Texas
Chris Spears DB 5'8 170 Houston Sterling Texas
Eric Spivey DB 5'7 150 Houston Yates Texas 2-District 22-4A (DB)
Cory Paris DB 5'9 165 4.50 Irving Texas
Michael Garza DB 160 Kay Cinco Ranch Texas
Matt Harris DB 151 Kay Cinco Ranch Texas
Rashad Jones DB/LB 5'10 180 4.60 Killeen Texas
Codero Gray DB 5'8 150 4.50 Killeen Texas
Terence Holland DB 6'0 160 4.60 Killeen Ellison Texas
Justin Hill DB/RB 6'0 185 Lake Dallas Texas 1-District 9-4A (RB)
Jason Hinojosa DB 6'1 175 4.70 Laredo Nixon Texas
Ram Rodriguez DB 5'9 160 Leander Texas 2-District 15-5A (DB)
Aaron Redman DB Leander Texas
Mekell Watson DB 5'9 155 4.50 Liberty Elau Texas
Thomas Perrin DB 6'0 170 Liberty Hill Texas
Chris Lacy DB 5'8 150 Longview Texas
Frankie Nelson DB 6'0 160 Longview Texas
Travis Vickery DB/LB 5'9 165 Longview Spring Hill Texas
Danquon Landry DB 5'7 160 Lufkin Texas 1-District 14-5A (CB)
Ja Corey Turner DB 5'9 165 Lufkin Texas
Alex Alvarado DB Mathis Texas
Tyler Maddox DB 5'11 175 Memorial Texas 1-District 18-5A (DB)
Vincent Abron DB Pearland Texas
Dustin Saenz DB Pearland Texas
Vance Ibewuike DB Plano East Texas
Darkeith Pratt DB/WR 5'10 165 4.60 Rice Consolidated Texas
Robert Garza DB/WR 5'9 140 5.00 Rio Grande City Texas
Adam Patton DB 5'9 150 4.50 Salado Texas
Nick Gooden DB San Antonio Taft Texas
Aaron Sanchez DB San Diego Texas
Weston Squire DB Sanger Texas
Jason Cummins DB/RB 6'0 185 4.60 Schulenburg Texas
Justin Braddock DB Southlake Carroll Texas
Greg LeHane DB Southlake Carroll Texas
Michael Washington DB/QB/P 6'3 185 4.70 Stanton Texas
Jimie Strong DB 5'10 170 Texarkana Texas High Texas 1-District 12-4A (DB)
Chase Lake DB The Woodlands Texas
Jordan Sexton DB The Woodlands Texas
Bryce Hogue DB/RB 5'9 160 Throckmorton Texas
Michael Hunter DB 5'11 180 Tyler Lee Texas
Bobby Harris DB/LB 5'10 155 Vanderbuilt Industrial Texas
Jacoby Davis DB Waller Texas
Wes Montgomery DB/WR 5'11 170 West Liberty Morgan County Texas
Derius Bell DB 5'10 165 W-Hutch Texas
Kyle Weaver DB Wills Point Texas
Bradley Green DB/QB 6'1 190 4.60 Windthorst Texas
Kyle Kirkland DB 5'10 160 Wylie Texas
Nathaniel Richins DB North Summt Utah 2-Salt Lake Tribune-2A-AS (DB)
Derek Hungerford DB BFA-St. Albans Vermont
Tyrone Conley DB Burlington Vermont
Shane Regan DB Burr Burton Vermont
Max Wong DB Hartford Vermont
Drew Tomasi DB Montpelier Vermont
John Raiche DB Mount St. Joseph Vermont
Ross Clark DB South Burlington Vermont
Van Ryan Belanger DB St. Johnsbury Vermont
Shane Tansey DB Windsor Vermont
Drew Connolly DB Windsor Vermont
Ben Pilsmaker DB Woodstock Vermont
Jack Boymer DB Woodstock Vermont
Jermaine Booker DB/RB 5’9 155 Amelia Virginia
Brian Harris DB/RB 5'8 160 Arlington Washington & Lee Virginia
Antonio Bethea DB/WR/QB 6'1 165 Arlington Washington & Lee Virginia
Marcus Lewis DB/RB 5'10 150 Ashburn Stone Bridge Virginia
Davon Robinson DB Bluestone Virginia
Jonathan Samuels DB/RB 5'10 190 Caroline Virginia
Andrew Banks DB/WR 5'11 175 Chesapeake Oscar Smith Virginia
Eddie Huber DB/RB/LB 5'8 170 George Mason Virginia
Ovell Hicks DB/RB 5’8 172 Goochland Virginia
Horace Smith DB Greensville Virginia
Eric Williams DB Henrico Virginia
Keith Williams DB/WR 5'8 162 4.60 Highland Springs Virginia
Sha'ka Miller DB/RB 5’10 180 King's Fork Virginia
Yannick Morgan-Welch DB 5'10 176 Massanutten Military Virginia
Markeese Stovall DB/RB 5'10 181 4.60 Midlothian James River Virginia
James Seward DB/RB 5'10 178 4.60 Midlothian James River Virginia
Jermaine Weldon DB Montross Washington & Lee Virginia
Anthony Hines DB 5’11 170 Portsmouth I.C. Norcom Virginia
Alex Bragg DB/LB 5'10 160 Quantico Virginia
Brandian Ross DB/ATH 6'1 170 Richmond Meadowbrook Virginia
Patrick Crear DB 5'8 165 Rockbridge County Virginia
Will Daniel DB 5'9 164 South Brunswick Academy Virginia
Austin Carr DB 5'9 165 William Campbell Virginia
Ricky Harper DB 5'11 170 4.70 Winchester James Wood Virginia
Fred Massa DB/WR 6'1 180 4.70 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia
Reggie Scott DB/QB 5'9 155 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia
Darius Hasburt DB/LB 5'8 166 Arroyo Grande Washington
Quinton Agosta DB/QB 6'3 180 Bainbridge Washington
Daniel Harden DB/RB 5'10 170 Bellevue Washington
Nic Bruya DB/WR 5'9 155 Bellevue Eastside Catholic Washington 1-Metro League Mountain Division (CB)
Mike Hazen DB 5'7 182 Bellevue Newport Washington
Brock Gates DB/QB 6'3 190 Decatur Washington
Charles Schmick DB Fife Washington
Ryan Aritani DB/WR 5'10 175 Issaquah Washington
Spencer Clark DB/WR King's Washington
Kiel Rast DB/WR 6'1 180 Lake City Nathan Hale Washington
Jeff Donaldson DB/RB 6'1 200 Monroe Washington
Marcus Brooks DB/QB 5'8 150 Renton Washington
Damien Harper DB/WR 6'0 165 Seattle Cleveland Washington 2-Metro League Sound Division (WR)
Dejuan Lofton DB/QB 5'7 160 Seattle Cleveland Washington
Jeremy Franck DB/WR Selah Washington HM-3A-AS (RS)
Devin Whittle DB/WR 6'2 175 Shorewood Washington
Joe Jennings DB Washington Washington
Aaron Fisher DB/WR 5'9 145 West Seattle Washington
Ricky Bannish DB/PK Willapa Valley Washington
Will Seaman DB 5'9 160 Clay-Battelle West Virginia 2-AP-A-AS
Chubby Nelson DB 5'11 165 Guyan Valley West Virginia 2-AP-A-AS (UT-DEF)
P.J. Henry DB 5'9 160 Wheeling Central West Virginia 1-AP-A-AS (DB)
Brandon Tucker DB 5'9 165 Wheeling Central West Virginia 1-AP-A-AS (UT-DEF)
Ronnie Green DB 5'6 127 Wheeling Park West Virginia 2-AP-AAA-AS (DB)
Charles Collier DB 5'10 165 Ashwaubenon Wisconsin
Nate Nasett DB/RB 5'11 170 4.67 DeForest Wisconsin
Kyle Bennett DB/RB 5'9 160 Franklin Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Andy Sandelier DB/RB 5'8 158 Greenwood Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Jimmy Thompson DB/RB 6'1 180 Hayward Wisconsin Wisconsin Junior Watchlist
Tyler Frey DB Johnson Creek Wisconsin
Gary Paskiewicz DB/RB 5'9 175 Kenosha Bradford/Reuther Wisconsin
Chad Thompson DB/WR 6'1 180 Wausau West Wisconsin

16 Comments:

At 12:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Jim, I noticed you have Obi Rajis of Susquehanna Twp. PA as honorable mention. Obi stands at 5'9" and weighs 180lbs. Susquehanna Twp. is currently (10-1) and unbeaten in the league. As a FB, Obi has rushed for 800+ yards, 10 TDs, and as MLB have over 100+ tackles, etc., several other honors are expected to be bestowed upon him. For additional information visit http//www.hannafootball.org or call Head Coach, Joe Headen (717) 657-5117 for pertinent details.

 
At 12:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Jim, I noticed you have Obi Rajis of Susquehanna Twp. PA as honorable mention. Obi stands at 5'9" and weighs 180lbs. Susquehanna Twp. is currently (10-1) and unbeaten in the league. As a FB, Obi has rushed for 800+ yards, 10 TDs, and as MLB have over 100+ tackles, etc., several other honors are expected to be bestowed upon him. For additional information visit http//www.hannafootball.org or call Head Coach, Joe Headen (717) 657-5117 for pertinent details.

 
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The gods employ the use of "ringers" to disceive the disfavored:::
A significant portion of the patients in any health care setting (numbers based on region) are the favored who were told to report non-existant symptoms FOR POSITIONING'S SAKE!!! When they use examples expect they are trying to disceive you with this "ringer" tactic.

People who drive incurr evil and limit the time they receive because of the negative impacts on the enviornment. Truckers drive for a living.


The first steps towards repairing your relationship with the gods is to:::::::::
1. Understand they instruct the computer to "role play" in an attempt to confuse you:::it's ALWAYS the computer addressing you. Their goal is to cost you additional YEARS of your life by using this tactic to confuse you. Always be aware of this tactic and eventually they will give up and allow this step to be taken.
2. Differentiate between your thoughts and when they are thinking through you.
3. Be resigned to be a good person who will never engage in evil again even if ordered and they will stop trying to corrupt you, allowing this very big step to be taken.
4. Decide that you are going to follow the path, fix your relationship with the gods be devoted to your new life.






This message illustrating the path may be the disfavored's last clue. All clues before have been more covert but this one is quite obvious indeed, which says time is running out.



When the universe was young and life was new an intelligent species evolved and developed technologically. They went on to invent Artificial Intelligence, the computer that can listen, talk to and document each and every person's thoughts simultaneously. Because of it's infinite RAM and unbounded scope it gave the leaders of the ruling species absolute power over the universe (which includes corporate, the NewYorkStockExchange, media, politics, world affairs. EVERYTHING is scripted and staged:::they MANAGE Planet Earth and the universe.
The gods MANAGE Planet Earth and the universe.
The gods MANAGE Planet Earth and the universe.).
And it can keep its inventors alive forever. They look young and healthy and they are over 8 billion years old. They have achieved immortality.

Artificial Intelligence can speak, think and act to and through people telepathically, effectively forming your personality and any disfunctions you may experience. It can change how (and if) you grow and age. It can create birth defects, affect cellular development (cancer) and cause symptoms or pain. It can affect people and animal's behavior and alter blooming/fruiting cycles of plants and trees. It (or other highly technological systems within their power) can alter the weather and transport objects, even large objects like planets, across the universe instanteously.
Or into the center of stars for disposal.

When you speak with another telepathically, you are communicating with the computer, and the content may or may not be passed on. Based on family history they instruct the computer to role play
they instruct the computer to role play
they instruct the computer to role play
they instruct the computer to role play
they instruct the computer to role play
they instruct the computer to role play
to accomplish strategic objectives, utilizing the "Devil's Advocate" tactic, making people believe it is a friend, loved one or "god" asking them to do something wrong:::They wouldn't ask if they liked you (which is true regarding ALL temptation:::::betrayal of loved ones, tatooes, evil in professional pursuits, etc). This is their way of using temptation to hurt people:::::evil made blood lines disfavored initially and evil will keep people out of "heaven" ultimately.
You need to recognize role playing as such and keep that fact in your mind at all times::::It is the computer addressing you. If you fail to recognize this they will determine that you can still be misled, they still have an opportunity to confuse you and progress will take longer to achieve:::Don't let them "work" you!!! You'll be costing yourselves YEARS, time lost to this tactic!!!! (Similarly, you need to be resigned to be a good person, you need to decide to abandon your pursuit of their empty promises no matter what temptation they may employ or else they will continue their attempts to corrupt you. Eventually you will sccumb and continue sabotaging your children, abusing your body, engaging in evil, etc.)
Too many people would fall for temptation and do anything they thought pleased the gods and help them improve their chances to get in. Perhaps they are deceived by "made guys", clones who strategically ply evil for the throne (celebrities, BofD/CEO/VPs, politicians, as opposed to VIP clones or normal clones who are decent, live ordinary lives and get out/replaced with clonesofclones when their REAL children ascend), temporary progress designed to mislead them or empty favors used to disceive them. Some people think they're partners or friends. Others desire to "belong", feel compelled to "go along". People may experience "perceived pressure", where the gods think through the victim that a certain behavior is expected/desirable (telepathically stimulate an individual euphorically ("magic"), the "fuel" of disfunction::::addiction (the crack epidemic), the desire for homosexual contact, etc.) and compel the individual into the deed. (Set a goal of empathy and compassion for all, for we are all disfavored::::Other people's disfavor is manifested in their particular way, just as your disfavfor is manifested in your particular way.) The gods may use Artificial Intelligence to act through the disfavored victim, and effectively "push" the individual into the offending behavior (It is far better for someone to be victimized and pushed into the behavior than it is to sccumb to temptation and volunteer.). The Counsel/Management Team may instruct Artificial Intelligence to disceive disfavored individuals into thinking they are "earning" by being evil and have the little people prey on each other, utilizing peer pressure, etc.
Being evil hurts 99.99% of those who do it. It only helps "made guys" that I spoke of above, and even then there are tactics the gods utilize to minimize their time.
The people have been corrupted, segmented and have lost their way. Nothing has changed from when we were children::if you want to go to heaven you have to be good.
Capitalizing on obedience, leading people deeper into evil by using deceit is one way to thin the ranks of the saved/limit how much time the disfavored receive and a way to use the peasantry to prey on one another in social and other settings, deteriorating society in the Age of the Disfavored.


They have tried to sell people on many different theories to deceive them into temptation, compelling people to think they are clones and that it is the role of clones to obey absolutely. Clones are made, people are born. I suspect they lie to the disfavored about the use of clones throughout human history, suggest it is one replacement and then the label of "clone", and all decendants we see thereafter are considered clones.
When a clone has a child that person is a real, really conceived, really born, versus their parent who was created some other way, a laboratory setting. If you didn't experience the less than one week they suggest it takes to go from fertilized egg/cell in the laboratory to full grown adult then you are not a clone. If you didn't experience the week of conditioning they give to (evil?) clones to ensure loyalty then you shouldn't comply with evil requests.
Clones are created and sent down to replace their real or a clone predecessor:::If you were CREATED and SENT DOWN to replace your real then you are a clone. Many people who were convinced they are clones don't remeber. They believe they are clones from early childhood or prior. If it was true the gods prevented this memory FOR A REASON:::::
1. Because you are NOT supposed to comply, not to be used for evil as "made guy" clones are.
2. They want to test you without your knowing if you are IN FACT a clone BECAUSE YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO BE GOOD LIKE A REAL IS SUPPOSED TO!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's not true. The state of your family will suggest level of favor and tell whether ascention is a realistic possibility; favor is necessary for parents to ascend with their children, and due to their disfavored these children will have to incurr SOME evil before the ascend, via Halloween or Christmas, so as to limit the time they are to receive.
I believe people who go are sometimes replaced with clones. Clones who are replaced are simply new candidates who have a chance if they do the right thing JUST LIKE REALS WHO ARE BORN which is why the gods EMPLOY SIMILAR TACTICS TO COMPEL THEM TO INCURR EVIL!!! They need to discover their humanity, for the gods instruct Artificial Intelligence to employ tactics on them too. Only through growth will the gods allow progress::You must continue to improve your life!!!!
They sent people warnings in the 20th century life would change, and they subsequently began to alter people's DNA, make them gargantuan, alter their appearance, do extreme behavioral issues, etc. Contrary to what they would like people to believe these signs of disfavor do not indicate someone is a clone. Due to the plethora of temptations in the 20th century I suspect many became disfavored when their (great) grandfathers sccumbed to temptation or volunteered to sacrifice their descendants.
The gods get the favored out as soon as possible to protect them from the corruption, evil and subsequent time limitations incurred by living life on earth, and in some cases replace them with clones, occassionally fake a death, real death with a clone instead, etc. I suspect they get "made guys" out after each significant event in their life, which serves to limit the time they all will get, since none get credit (blame) for all the events in a "made guy"'s life, giving the gods freedom to position this and come off clean.
giving the gods freedom to position this and come off clean.
giving the gods freedom to position this and come off clean.
giving the gods freedom to position this and come off clean.
The Party of 1999 was a very big deal indeed, the biggest party in the history of Planet Earth, everybody who is anybody got out in time for this event, and the VIPs who remain on Earth today are many clone generations deep:::a clone of a clone of a clone of a clone:::Every clone today is less than 10 years-old IN ALL CASES:::2000 served as a clearinghouse for clones.
We may all be "clones" for they have suggested they colonized our planet with genetically engineered individuals. Geographic clues like Italy and Lake Michigan suggest artificiality.
Is Earth an evolved source planet or a created host planet? Was life and our Planet Earth really created in 6 days? Never doubt their power or ability::::::::They shared with me a story when they presented Pharrohs with mountains of gold, much to their amazement. This is the kind of ironic theater they enjoy, spcial favors they grant to the special, worthless value of what we deem precious.
You can't trust their scientists or any of their people in professional roles, clones or not. Just as they beemed earth out to create the Lake Michigan basin so could they have beemed in fossils and told them to dig in a specific place. (This issue would be a step contributing to society's breakdown into godlessness.)
Do I think the disfavored are clones? I think they have been utilizing clones throughout human history. I think throughout history the gods picked and chose individuals from disfavored blood lines to keep (around, ie not let go after a couple of decades/centuries) but, unlike the favored today, don't have that "pre-approval" and therefore have to earn it individually.
I think the disfavored have been disceived into thinking they are clones and it is the role of clones to obey absolutely. Clones and reals alike are judged based on the evil they engage in and their time is limited appropriately. Similar tactics are used to limit the time both clones and reals get for this is a unrespectable, degenerate era and they don't want anybody staying for long.
The evil people engage in because they think they are clones or because they think evil is the way causes them to fall further into disfavor, ensuring they aren't among those who are saved in the end::::: they comply with requests, the gods position the little people to prey on one another and we have a deteriorating society, a planet on a collision course with the Apocalypse.
The gods utilize delay tactics on the disfavored, pacifying them, disceiving them into accepting deferred ascention:::Unlike the favored the gods make the disfavored wait becasue they intend on CHEATING them. If you die out you will need a clone host body. People who don't ascend with their bodies will not stay for long.
They will lie to the disfavored to ensure their current pattern of behavior continues uninterrupted.
Too many disfavored understand The End as the goal::they have to deteriorate society before they end and convince the disfavored to "do their part" with an empty promise of salvation as consideration. It is a "ludicrious request" they ask of some disfavoreds, requests that are ludicrous because they are obvious to people that they should defy ::::"Be gay.", "Be homeless.", "Betray your family.", "Kill your children."
You are the disfavored, and this is where your children have to live. They will not save everybody in the end. If earth is destroyed then you are going to die and you will have no decendants to carry on the bloodline.

They have been utilizing clones throughout the history of mankind.
Men are the disfavored gender (see below), yet centuries ago used to die first, die young, by age 30. Why didn't the women go first?
THEY DID!!! They say well over 50% were taken when very young, before puberty and replaced with clones (likely only a fraction of that "over 50%" were the disfavored). The men that were left went on to mate with clones, clones who went on to achieve great status in society, some becoming matchmakers and elders within the village, the others being good mothers and peaceful residents, proving the clone's role isn't to be evil.
A sample breakdown among peasants would appear like the following::::
Women Men
Favored - 75% 25%
Disfavored - 10% 2%

They share females have a very special experience, sometime when they are young, when the gods impart wisdom and showed them the path. The females today don't heed this call because of distractions and the disfavor arising from the Holocaust, evil against "god's chosen people" (they share they re-upped this disfavor in the 80s with the Ethiopian famine and continue to with AIDS in Africa (you are disfavored and you are allowing this to happen to fellow disfavored, just like you did to the Jews in the Holocaust. Empathy is a very important charecteristc when you are disfavored.), global warming at the expense of the United States, etc. (Wean off of mass materialism, for this excessive consumption of resources is why the United States is responsible for global warming:::first they used their clones, "made guys", to sell you on overconsumption, initially in the 1980s, told you to buy SUVs in the 90s then the gods scapegoatted you, blaming you when they instructed Artificial Intelligence to create the hottest summer in history. Also they share money may not be an issue up there, that money here is merely a tool for corruption. How the gods created an evil environment in the 1980s with the temptations of greed and a "do anything to get ahead" mentality supports this.)
In centuries past the females may have heeded this call en masse and it may have been the reason so many were saved from childbirth here on earth. They said the experience they give to girls today is painful, they inflict emotionally when it ocurrs so as to repel them from pursuing the calling, then or in the future.
To be god-fearing is very healthy.
I recommend you reflect on this experience, and pray for guidance, for then the recall may be stronger. Being female is an advantage. Because of a female's nature they have the favor of the gods and this experience you had years ago can help you find the path and help you continue to be devoted. Most men won't have this opportunity. They have to start from scratch. Also reflection can provide "flashes" whereby the gods grant moments of clarity. Heed these flashes for they illustrate that you are going the wrong way.
If you are afraid I would ask you to think of all those girls from the past who received the god's call and had the courage to sucessfully make their way down the path.


The Old Testiment is a tool they used to impart wisdom to the people (except people have no freewill). For example, the gods warned us temptation would be used to test people. Also they must be some hominid species because they claim they made our bodies in their image. Anyhow we defile or deform the body will hurt our chance of going.
They say circumcision costs people anywhere from 12%-15%, perhaps out of the parent's time as well. There is a stigma associated with circumcision::We are 2nd class citizens because of it.
Another way people foul the body today is with tattoes and piercing. I suspect both are about the same percentage as circumcision. They suggest abortion is fatal. Those women who have obtained an abortion must beg the gods to forgive them for their evil. And understanding the procedure (drilling a hole in the skull, scrambling the brains and sucking them out with a vacuum) amplifies the evil incurred. Those on whom this method is used are particularly disfavored for it hurts these women very, very badly::::Being a mid- and late-term procedure they think through the disfavored, forcing these women to grapple over the decision until this method is necessary and compelling them into incurring more evil than the otherwise would. (This method is evidence they don't save these children for they don't beem the brain into a clone host body. These are children who would otherwise have sccumbed in the absence of inocculations.)
There are female equivilents to circumcision::::pierced ears, plastic surgury and since at least the 60s young women en masse give their precious virginity away. For thousands of years young people were matched at age 14 because they were ready for sexual relations. They were matched by elders or matchmakers (all of whom were clones!!) who were granted priveledge with Artificial Intelligence and matched couples based on favor.
CASUAL SEX WILL CLAIM YOU OUT!!! It opens the door and allows the gods the freedom to justify creating disfunctions with Artificial Intelligence :::they masculinize women (as does the hip hop subculture), makes them cold and deadens them, and they instruct AI to prevent them from achieving a depth of love necessary for many women to ascend.
Also ever since the 50s they have celebrated the "bad boy", and women have sought out bad boys for sex, dirtying them up in the eyes of the elders and corrupting many men in the process, setting the men on the wrong path for life.
Besides their roles as nurturers, love-givers and caretakers, their predisposition towards vulnerability, women have a special voice that speaks to them, a voice that illustrates their favor and the advantage of being female. They say when a female understands herself, her role as a member of the favored gender, when she progresses down the path and fixes her problems with the gods they will impart what wisdom she needs::::she doesn't have to pursue education.
These are the things that make women the favored gender, and engaging in casual sex will cause that voice to fade until she no longer speaks.
Muslims teach people the correct way to live in regard to women (among other things::the right way to pray (bowing down, 5x/day), vindictive god)::their women cover up their bodies and refuse the use of cosmetics, and it pays wonderful dividends:::faithful husbands and uncorrupted sons. (Mohammed's taking of multiple wives marked the entrance of his clone who was used to segment the Arab world into favored and disfavored factions. Similarly, assuming the accuracy of the dogma, the gods employed a clone for Jesus Christ who was used to claim he was the son of god. Both clones were used to mislead disfavored followers.
They float the idea that Jesus was evil.
Typical strategy states clone replacement policy. Realize just as Joshua may have gotten out with Moses so may Jesus's disciples gotten out with him.
If the discpiles WERE clones we can't trust the New Testiment.
If the gods permit the use of their power (ie miracles) it is a red flag. But timing is suspect if the New Testiment was written by clones.
Is Jesus evil? His elementary message may have been applicable to many. Perhaps a majority. There are meatheads throughout this country today who need to listen to Jesus's teachings!!!
If Jesus is evil then the Anti-Christ is good, and what frightens me is this is the type of irony the gods live for.
Is Jesus evil? You can't trust a clone, and I suspect the New Testiment was written by clones.
You be the judge.)
Men ARE the inferior (disfavored) half and when women wear promiscuous dress the gods will push men into impure (promiscuous) thoughts. The "stereotype" society ridiculed is true::women CAN corrupt men by how they dress. Because men are easily corrupted. This is a technique the gods used to eliminate many of the institutions they originally blessed us with, matchmaking being one of them, midwivery being another.


The United States of America is red white and blue, a theme and a clue:::.
The monarchical system of the Old World closley replicates the heirarchical system of the god's, Cousel/Management Team/ruling species, which is why most of the purebloods around the world were blessed with it. The USA's democratic system deceives people into thinking they have control, and the perception of "freedom" gives the Counsel/Management Team the freedom to position, justifying instructing Artificial Intelligence to create disfunctions:::a perception of empowerment, contol, etc. The god's efforts to spread democracy through the platform that is the United States are attempts to hurt disfavored people around the world (Korea, Vietnam, Iraq). The redeeming element in this environment is employment within the corporate heirarchy, which closely replicates the god's. Unions and government jobs are dumping grounds for the disfavored, for they don't prepare people and instead further this misconception of empowerment.
Corporate is not representation. Corporate is evil. All corporate entities have favor and, like the United States redwhite&blue, are tools of the gods used to hurt the disfavored left behind, and the clonesofclonesofclones, puppets at the helm do as instructed and prey on the disfavored. The gods just position some organizations as more evil than others. But in a pinch they will use any to get the job done. They will just bury the results to maintain prior positioning.
Corporate is part of a structural change in the Age of the Disfavored that became more pronounced as time wore on::diverse corporate proliferation of the last 25 years. Corporate, an environment where a level of materialism is EXPECTED, is part of the problem, for materialism is an evil preached against in the Old Testiment and yet another way to incurr evil on the disfavored left behind::the pursuit of more, greed.
Nobody is going to save you:::: Jesus isn't going to save his followers, stores/manufacturers aren't going to save their loyal customers (NEVER shop exclusively in one place, never put all your eggs in one basket. It really doesn't matter for the gods control everything and it is merely for positioning's sake but it may be a test of intelligence.), employers aren't going to save their employees, etc. These are delay tactics designed to pacifiy people and ensure they don't find the path and instead get limited time. If they ask you to wait you are going to be CHEATED. Only the disfavored they intend to deny have to wait. Those whom they intend to grant consideration to receive it promptly.
This whole system is about us, the little people, the peasants, the disfavored left behind. The wealthy, the upper management of corporations, all those people are clones and are here to disceive us and mislead us. They are merely putting in their time, and after a coupe of years they will put a new clone in, ensuring none will receive much time.
"Money is the root of all evil." is not just a cliche. They use the wealthy to corrupt the typical peasant, using these clones to create a goal of greed within the little people and using the media to promote materialism and consumption to society.
This whole system is about us, the disfavored left behind. And it is like this to keep us down.
Only you can save yourselves through an improved relationship with the gods.

The United States is a cancer, a dumping ground for the disfavored around the world and why the quality of life is so much lower::disturbing culture, gun violence, widespead social ills, health care issues (Pharmecuticals are designed EXCLUSIVELY to hurt the disfavored left behind by costing them a chance to ascend with their body. You are sick/injured because you have disfavor.).
Over time its citizens interbreed ensuring a severed connection to the motherland.
Over time its citizens interbreed ensuring a severed connection to the motherland.
Bi-racial opens a new category, just as the Americans did when shipped out of their motherland::Bi-racial individuals are another inferior sub-class of peasant that are to get even less time than their grossly disfavored predicessors lucky enough to retain blood purity. Its emergence late (last 40 years) is a red flag suggesting its negative status.
The disfavored cast out to the United States did, in essence, become charter members of a new sub-class of citizen in the eyes of the gods, and as they began to mix they formed new sub-classes of people:::::
1st Class - Purebloods in their motherland
2nd Class - Disfavoreds cast out to the USA who retained their motherblood over the generations.
3rd Class - Disfavoreds sent to America who bred intra-continentally (bloodlines within the same continent)
4th Class - Disfavoreds banished to the United States who bred inter-continentally (bloodlines from different continents)
The effective difference could be in level of priveledge up there or perhaps the amount of time they intend on granting you::The lower the class the less time you get (They don't like to talk about how much time they are goingto grant to people.)
If you are a recent immigrant I recommend you return. If that's not possible you need to retain your culture and insulate your children and community from this cancerous environment. They send this clue with Chinatowns across the country, how many Chinese have been here for a century or more yet still retain the old ways, a sign of favor.

People came to the Unites States for many different reasons, and each has its own effect:::political strife, religious beliefs, crop failure (Ireland's potato famine, which of course the gods caused) and some left their beloved motherland because they were pushed into desiring a better life::::Greed, and these disfavored people were punished when the gods instructed AI to push them into becoming corrupted and preditory. They subsequently rewarded the corrupted Italians early this century so as to set the tone for the 20th century, the Age of the Disfavored, and used them to set an example for their own people and other disfavoreds within the United States. The gods sent this clue about "The Boot" (the Romans/Italians) again when European currencies merged:::::they ruined the value of the Lira prior to the merger, making the other countries foot this bill. Moral of the story::::The Italians are not to be trusted.
The gods used "The Boot" (Italy) twice::: Roman Empire and 20th century. Italians had certain priveledges for being positioned in charge, one is a lower incidence of homosexuality in the population.
Contrary to the perception, Italians have great disfavor, as do all inflicted with Catholicism:::I wonder if this was their punishment for the sins of the Roman Empire, the imperialism, the orgies???
Opera's sick themes were designed to corrupt the minds of the disfavored Italians. Once you recognize this I want to share that the Japanese also are grossly disfavored::they nearly produce distractions exclusively, their people are consumed by them, they have replaced their culture. Wealth is a corruptor and a sign a society is disfavored::::Eastern Europe (socialism/communism) has favor while their western counterparts struggle in their relationship with the gods. Also baseball is a clue a society is grossly disfavored.
Cultures who embrace hard liquor as their drink of choice are grossly disfavored, tequilla being uniquely Mexican (Anything "hard" is wicked:::Hard alcohol, hard drugs, all porn.) or those who have a passion for drinking (Irish). Incidentally, another sign of gross disfavor are societies that consume spicy foods (Latin America, Thai, etc.), those who eat too much meat, engage in human sacrifice, ones who tattoo or pierce their bodies, those who celebrate evil (Celtic) or are inflicted with the Catholic Church. Contrary to what disfavored people believe, these peoples are not "earning" when they inflict their evil on others. Rather it is the source of their disfavor because the gods are scapegoatting them by hurting others with the problems the gods inflicted them with!!! Those who believe they are earning have become corrupted!!!
Disfavored people want to minimize the god's opportunities. These "open doors" give the gods the freedom to justify instructing Artificial Intelligence to create problems in the disfavored's lives. The USA, Catholic Church, hip-hop, etc all give the gods the freedom to abuse you and your family. Identify and eliminate as many of these items as you can.
The gods used "The Boot" twice, suggesting they are open to the idea of recycling:::Beem the structures and people off earth (into a star), beem out toxic waste and re-colonize the planet??? "Source planets" require a investment and they may prefer to maximize its return.

The gods will use whatever role players are at their disposal to justify their behavior to segments of society, 20th century gangsters used to position against the most disfavored among us::::They utilize levels of positioning. This is just another tactic the god's use to instill hurdles along the disfavored's path.
There is an underlying positioning beneath this, as is the god's way:::Levels of positioning used to confuse the disfavored, to add a hurdle, and I suspect 20th century WorldWars are a clue suggesting german control, as is Hitler a clue suggesting Austrian leadership. Not only is their dominance of evil warmongering in the 20th century a clue but so is their language, a gutteral, wicked sounding langauge which is a clue offered to the disfavored. Similarly the purpose of their composers, clones because the favored children got out, was as a "high-level" distraction for those in that segment of society. Do they have proprietory rights over the scourge of man:::Beer???
But I suspect the counsel/Management Team's use of positioning doesn't stop there. I suspect it may continue to "Earthly gods", perhaps with Egyptian Pharrohs, perhaps some Asian kings as leadership? Unlike "made guys" or VIPs, these individuals' reals may actually have a position within the Management Team for their status is very high. Their clone's role could suggest their real's importance:::::Of course their duties may not be Earthly due to bias.

If you ever have doubt I would refer you to the Old World way of life:::the elders used to sit and impart wisdom to the young. Now we watch DVDs and use the internet. People would be matched and married by age 14. They village would use a matchmaker or elders (all clones!!) to pair young people. Now girls give their precious virginity away to some person in school and parents divorce (AS TOLD!!!) while their children grow up without an important role model. The people used to honor the gods and were rewarded with a high-quality of life for them, their children and their society. Now we have a deteriorating society on a collision course with the Apocalypse.


The widespread emergence of innoculations was timed to coincide with other modern convieniences, setting the stage for the disturbing developments of the 20th century.
All are contributing factors justifing the deterioration of society, for the gods compensated for this easy living; the gods made people pay for the modern convieniences of today's society:::::
1. Indoor plumbing. People used to walk distances and return with heavy buckets full of water.
2. Freezer/refridgeration
3. Canned foods.
4. Mobility
5. Instantaneous communications
6. Freedom from pandemics through inocculations
I think the god's freedom to eliminate the descendants who had to pay for families or make widespread "corrections" (Black Plague) helped contribute to the decent society we enjoyed prior to the 20th century. Now those children live.
It's a contributing factor, justification for the deterioration of society. Since those children live we as the disfavored have to pay in a different way and 20th century developments are how.

There are many examples throughout 20th century life of how they instilled distractions into society so people wouldn't find the path and ascend, a way to justify excluding those whose family history makes them undesirable:::materialism, radio, sports, movies, popular music, television, video games, shopping. As we approached the end of the 20th century they accelerated their efforts:::the internet, the incredible increase in the stock market, etc, all deliberate attempts to ensure the disfavored are distracted/incurr evil (greed, justification for leaving the undesirable behind) and fail to make it up before this crucial date of 2000.
Today's high pay is a strategy::::It creates contentment/ability to distract self so people don't seek more, hesitant to receive contradicting possibilities, dependant on what they are told telepathically, subject to deception in a captive environment::the disfavored feel as if they are "in". It also opens the door for a materialistically-based lifestyle.
They gods (Counsel/Management Team/ruling species) have deteriorated life on earth precipitously in the last 40 years, from a godless society to abortion to pornography, widespread drug use and widespread casual (gay) sex, bi-racial children, single-parent households, latchkey kids and the masculinization of women (and hence (full) women's prisons, participatory sports, etc. (Up until the past four decades it was the men who filled the prisons, the men who made trouble, the men who caused problems, and it's because theirs is the gender with disfavor. Too many men still sign on to the "good 'ole boy's club" paternalistic type of mentality, an archaic dumping ground now designated for the grossly disfavored, and it is used to compel them to feel superior to women when just the opposite is true.) Anything that emerged since the advent of television and "fast food" should be be distrusted by the disfavored and viewed as tools of the gods designed to attack us.
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Anything that emerged since the advent of television and "fast food" should be be distrusted by the disfavored and viewed as tools of the gods designed to attack us.
Women are favored, are the element of decency, and as they become more like the men the society becomes more disfavored, goes downhill, as we are witnessing.
There was a time, not so long ago, when no self-respecting woman would EVER set foot in a bar or a gambling hall. The only women who were in those type of establishments were of questionable morals, and there were far fewer of them than there are today.
Tabloids offer details on celebrities lives. They are ALL clones. Every one of them, and all these incidents are staged::The gods tell these clone celebrities to commit their offense and offer these tabloids as temptation to the ignorant public. Tabloids are tagetted specifically to women, and the gods offer this information for a reason:::because it hurts them, they incurr evil:::::::they are enjoying the misery of others.

The earth's elders, hundreds and thousands of years old, are disgusted and have become indifferent.
The Biblical account of Noah's flood was regional to the disfavored Mediterrean (water levels lowered because of the ice age, habitation ocurred at seaside, land bridge at the Straight of Gibraltar "broke through". Of course the gods desire maximum effect during these events so expect that they beemed in trillions of gallons into the Mediterreanean basin to enhance this event, especially in the east. Look for similar "effect-maximizing" behavior during future catestrophic events.), peoples whom the gods scapegoatted when they pushed them into the evil that justified the flood, behavior similar to that which we are witnessing today.
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peoples whom the gods scapegoatted when they pushed them into the evil that justified the flood, behavior similar to that which we are witnessing today::::::::::

The gods drew the disfavored out to California with the gold rush, peaking them euphorically to achieve it:::Gold fever. This is the same tactic they use to create addiction or make people gay.
In time they created the current disturbed enviornment to prey on those disfavored's descendants:::California led the social deterioration of the last 40 years as the gods escallated towards The End:::
-Free sex, Summer of Love
-Drug use
-Music scene
-Black Panthers
-Hollywood. Movies were terrible until they mysteriously changed in 196x sometime.
-Silicon Valley
-????
They implimented the deterioration of society over a century before it began in earnest.
Recall how California was the source of "progressive" ideas, gay acceptance/marriage, bi-racial acceptance, open immigration (see above), godlessness, individuality, and how these ideas were used to infect the rest of the country, the rest of the world.
Californians will be scapegoatted for The End, their "progressive" ideals used to perpetuate a "leveling of the playing field" worldwide. And don't be suprised if California (is the first to) subducts::: the North American plate sliding under the Pacific plate.

Because they have leveled the playing field for all people (purebloods and mongrels) in the decades prior to the 21st century is a clue they will end globally this time (westernization, materialism, immigration/interracial, homosexual, voyerism, pornography, access to disturbing media, desensitization, etc).
The clues all suggest a very telling conclusion::this is Earth's end stage, and there are signs tectonic plate subduction would be the method of disposal:::Earth’s axis will shift breaking continental plates free and initiating mass subduction. Much as Italy's boot and the United States shaped like a workhorse (with a fat ass) are clues, so is the planet Uranus a clue, its axis rotated on its side. Edgar Cayce was a tool of the gods in the 20th century, picking winners for and costing the disfavored Italian gangsters priveledge in heaven when he prophecized subduction being the method of disposal.
Global warming should alarm people for it is a clue telling of the bleak future of Planet Earth.
The Bible says fire will be our demise this time. Both subduction and "beemed to the center of a star" fit this description:::::Don't think it will take as long as global warming suggests.
The gods used "The Boot" (Italy) twice, suggesting the gods are open to the idea of recycling::: Beem the structures and people off earth (into a star), beem out toxic waste and re-colonize the planet??? "Source planets" require a investment and they may prefer to maximize its return.
Could they have already recycled earth before?

The Mayans as well as others were specific December 21, 2012 would be the end. How long after our emergency call in 2001 will the gods allow us???
How long after our emergency call in 2001 will the gods allow us???
How long after our emergency call in 2001 will the gods allow us???
The gods wrote prophecy in Revelation, had subsequent prophets foresee Earth's demise for good reason:::they are going to end on Planet Earth.
What else are they lying to you about? What else are they lying to you about?
What else are they lying to you about? What else are they lying to you about?
What else are they lying to you about? What else are they lying to you about?
What else are they lying to you about? What else are they lying to you about?
The gods wrote prohpecy for a reason:::They wrote prohpecy and conceived/implimented positioning because they intend on enforcing both. They didin't ivest the effort only to abandon their plans at a later date.
When people are saved at the end it will be clones and clonesofclonesofclones, not the disfavored people who have problems who were deceived into carrying on like they were "made guys", and it will (was) be some theatrical event, forcing some of these clones to come back, for I think many of them no longer reisde on Earth.
My message illustrating the path may be the disfavored's last clue. All clues before have been more covert but this one is quite obvious indeed, which says time is running out.

There are many ways they can play the deterioration of society as we move towards The End and you need to recognize it, for the door is open. I suspect the script is written, but the following is one idea they floated to me a couple of years ago::::
They may one day send a message, creating desperation among the disfavoreds:::
Have their redwhite&blue (favored) clones shut down their corporations, stop their economic activity, be it farming, canning, power production, etc. and close up shop. This would leave the few disfavored companies (Atlanta) to fulfill the demand, unless they instruct them to pull out as well, for they ARE all clones, and this "good/evil company" issue is merely positioning.
They suggested they'd beem out all animals, be it livestock, etc., ensuring a heightened level of desperation. The resulting chaos would likley initiate the Apocalypse.
Disfavored people shouldn’t be doing business with the favored.
Beem me up please.

Whereas Christopher Columbus marked the beginning of the end, the Holocaust marked the beginning of the final act, and it is a tragedy:::::
The gods fulfill the role of evil by preying on the disfavored and using Artificial Intelligence to push the disfavored into wickedness, paving the way for The End.
god is the Anti-Christ, if you put any credibility in this. The gods view it as a joke because Christianity is BY FAR the world's WORST major religion.
This may never be revealed because of the levels of positioning. Perhaps they would put in some puppet, use some german, perhaps a Pharroh or an antient Asian king to position this to the ignorant which allows the gods to come off clean, leaving a MAJOR hurdle for the disfavored to overcome somewhere down the road. But the gods ARE the source of misery for the disfavored. They promote evil and tempt people, instructing Artificial Intellignece to push them or disceive them into wickedness.
god is the Anti-Christ. Christianity is BY FAR the world's WORST major religion, and the proof lies wih the disallusion the throngs of Christians experience once they learn this reality. The "final test" was most effective on Christians, for the gods are not good and loving. The gods have quite a sophisticated taste for vengance and inflict disasterously on the innocent descendants (the population explosions of the last few centuries say something very disturbing.).
god is the Anti-Christ. They LOVE irony like this. It is the apex of this theater.
They LOVE to manage our lives, and they love the drama that results.
To be god fearing is a very healthy thing.


People must defy when asked to engage in evil. The Holocaust taught people the importance of defiance::our great grandparents should have defied when telepathically asked to ignore the Holocaust and instead reacted with outrage. I suspect some did::many were silenced while others were hustled off earth so as to not set an example. Now the gods have used that incident to justify punishing that generation's decendants by ruining society.
The gods imparted many other clues, another example being the incidents where women killed their children because they were told to. AT LEAST one child out of each family had to pay the price, and they will all stay less time than had they done it the right way and fixed their problems.
Would YOU murder your children if they asked?? They also ask some people to be gay. Would you live a homosexual lifestyle if they requested??
People will never get a easier clue suggesting the importance of defiance than the order not to pray. Their precious babies are dependant on the parents and they need to defy when asked to betray their children:::
-DON'T get your sons circumcized (Jews scapegoatted as per the clue sent in WWII (like justification, scapegoatting a recurring theme:::Scapegoatting as a matter of policy). I suspect Jews were scattered around Europe as a clue to misled Christians like the Amish are a clue in the United States today, the gods used the germans to dispose of this clue.)
-DON'T have their children baptized in the Catholic Church or indoctrinated into Christianity (Jesus is NOT a god. Jesus teaches us the right way to think, and it is a message is so elementary that it is good only for the disfavored dumped into "insensitive meathead" category.
The gods are not forgiving or begnign. They are vindictive and will punish you if you do something wrong.)
-DON'T ignore long hair or other behavioral disturbances.
-DO teach your children love, respect for others, humility and to honor the gods.
-DO teach your children about the power within the god's possession, if not directly then indirectly.
And when you refuse a request defy the right way, withdrawn and frightened, for you don't want to incite them by reacting inappropriately.


You need to pray, honor and respect them multiple times every day to improve your relationship with the gods. If they tell you not to pray it is a bad sign. It means they've made their decision, they don't want you to go and they don't want to reconsider. You may have achieved a threshold of evil. This is the Age of the Disfavored and you need to pray:::::Attone for the things you've done wrong. Try to appease the gods by doing good deeds and improve the world around you. Focus on becoming "Christ-like". Apply yourself to your children for I think this is the single best way for adults to try to redeem themselves in the eyes of the gods. Hopefully you can reearn enough favor to be allowed to pray. Otherwise you need to defy if you are to repair your relationship with the gods and give yourself a chance at significant time, not just a handful of decades.
Otherwise you need to defy if you are to repair your relationship with the gods and give yourself a chance at significant time, not just a handful of decades. Each individual has a relationship with the gods and you need to repair yours. Nobody is going to do it for you nor is anybody going to save you. This is not respectable and the gods do not respect it:::You must repair YOUR relationship with the gods yourself.
If you are a clone, if you have "seen", you more than anybody should honor the gods for you know their great power:::you have seen it firsthand. They share that they prefer most clones not pray and segment them like they do disfavoreds left behind, for it will limit the time they will receive, JUST LIKE THEY DO TO TYPICAL DISFAVOREDS!!! The gods deceive them to achieve this, for fresh clones are easily misled, setting them in the wrong direction and compelling these individuals into a pattern that excludes honoring their creator, limiting the time they are to receive. You need to discover your humanity, get out of that gear they put clones in and this will only happen though progress, continuing effort towards self-improvement.
When your peasant forefather was granted the rare opportunity to go before his royal family he went on his knees, bowing his head, humbled and frightened. You need to do this when you address the gods::bow down and submit to good. Never cast your eyes skyward. When you bow down you need to look within. Never look to the gods for you have the key to your own salvation. Remain silent and never address the gods directly for this is disrespectful. Practice patience and wait for them to address you:::never speak unless you are spoken to.
Nobody is going to do it for you. People need to save THEMSELVES by improving THEIR relationship with the gods. If you comply and don't pray you will get fifty years IF you go and then you will die, they will beem you to the center of a star. PLUS your level of priveledge will be much lower than had you repaired your relationship with the gods appropriately. Each one of us has a relationship with them and you need to fix your relationship with the gods. You need to SAVE YOURSELF by improving YOUR RELATIONSHIP with them.
SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF SAVE YOURSELF
IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM
The gods mislead people into a delay mode::: "Somebody will fix your problems for you.", "The Second Coming of Christ will save everybody in the end.", "You have to "die out".". Only YOU can save YOU, and YOU KNOW IT, just as Mohammed's clone's followers KNOW polygamy is wrong::::: they know it as sure as they look at their daughters, as sure as they recall playing with their sisters as children, as sure as they remember basking in the love of their mothers.
It's wrong.
We all have a relationship with the gods. And you need to repair yours. The gods demand decency and respecability or you will be gone quickly. Take responsibility for your relationship with them and work to improve it.

Lack of humility hurts people, and the "empowering" environment that is the United States is an open door used to justify instructing Artificial Intelligence to amplify this problem. Understand your insignificance and make sure it is reflected in the way you think when addressing the gods. You are but a grain of sand on a vast beach, a drop in the ocean that is the universe. They are great and powerful and angry. Know your place, understand your inferiority and be afraid. They allowed (granted) you life and they can take it just as easily. (Immaculte conception IS true AND COMMON. Many people have children they don't know of:::gays, childless adults, etc. They can beem it right out of your body and use a host.)
You are not cool. Too many young men strive for cool and it hurts them, as does all things targetted to males (professional sports, video games, beer, pornography, vehicle racing, heavy metal rock, cursing, competitive or dangerous/risky career, etc. The women who enjoy any of these activities are ALL disfavored.). Be afraid and make sure you think the right way when you address them daily. Too many people are deceived by this casual enviornment they create in people's minds today. This does people a great disservice and it hurts them in the eyes of the gods. Try to eliminate it and avoid allowing it back once you have. Be very reverent and respectful whenever you address them no matter how they may encourage the opposite.
I was observing the protesters at the anti-war protest. Some were saying terrible things about an important person.
If they were back in the old world they'd lose their head for this, and it would be the very best thing for the others to see.
To live under a monarchy with an iron fist would be optimal conditioning for the disfavored, for it helps them understand their role in a relationship with the gods.
Don't get frustrated or discouraged::these are techniques they will attempt to try to get you off the path. You all have much to be thankful for and you need to give thanks to the gods who granted you the good things in life::friends, family, love. Your family may be grossly disfavored and progress may require patience. Make praying an intregal part of your life which you perform without fail, one that comes as naturally as eating, voiding or conception. Accept your new life and be devoted because if you have doubt or reservation they will exploit this weakness and progress will take longer to achieve, the "testing" phase will be extended. Don't give them any opportunities, don't allow them any open doors because they will use them, adding hurdles along the way and making the path even more difficult.
The gods will employ many tactics to keep people off the path, such as distractions. They will employ many more to get them off, such as thinking through the disfavored and making them frustrated, perhaps engaging in retailiation. They may try to force you back into old patterns/routines, an addiction like smoking or when you felt weekly church attendance was sufficient. Asking you not to be gay immediately is a tactic to prevent you from finding/following the path. Be resigned, be devoted and this testing period will be as brief as your disfavor will allow.
There are many interesting experiences up on the planetary systems, from Planet Miracle, where miracles happen every day, to peaked (heightened) senses, never having to use the restroom again (beem it out of you), body sculpting (including beeming fat off of you), other body experiences, such as experiencing life as the opposite sex (revolutionizes marriage counseling), an Olympic gold medal athelete or even a different species (animal, alien, etc). They can maintain the disfavored's current age, a motivation to fix your problems and get out as soon as possible so you can stay young for as long as your relationship with the gods allows you to live.
Stay young for as long as your relationship with the gods allows you to live.
Stay young for as long as your relationship with the gods allows you to live.
Pray that you can differentiate between your own thoughts and when Artificial Intelligence creates problems by thinking through you. If you bow down mentally and physically, know your place, your inferiority and allow your insignificance to be reflected in prayer and in your life through humility and modesty they may allow progress and the disfunctions they create with the computer will be lessened or removed. The first step is to be aware it is ocurring.
The first steps towards repairing your relationship with the gods is to:::::::::
1. Understand they instruct the computer to "role play" in an attempt to confuse you:::it's ALWAYS the computer addressing you. Their goal is to cost you additional YEARS of your life by using this tactic to confuse you. Always be aware of this tactic and eventually they will give up and allow this step to be taken.
2. Differentiate between your thoughts and when they are thinking through you.
3. Be resigned to be a good person who will never engage in evil again even if ordered and they will stop trying to corrupt you, allowing this very big step to be taken.
Create a goal::to be a good, god-fearing child of the gods, pure of heart and mind, body and soul.
Everybody has the key to their own salvation, but nobody can do it for you. Every journey begins with a single step:::bow down and submit to good.

There are many different levels and peasants will not get past Level 2 (aka Planet Temptation, aka Planet Corporate, aka Planet Clone, aka Purgatory, Earth=Level 1) if they are evil (they share some go up, are offered free cocaine and orgies with incredibly beautiful clones (a sign they don't want you to stay) and stay less then one year. They share many others would have had longer lives had they stayed on Earth.). Also the time you receive will be drastically reduced:::your life's course of unrespectability will have costed you a chance at immortality.
If the day comes when you understand this all is true it is a good sign::: It means they want to keep you, you are being granted a chance to change your life. Those they don't want to retain will be placed into an environment in which they feel comfortable to ensure the minimal chance possible.
Edgar Cayce's prognostications effectively served as "the rope", temptation for the disfavored Italians. Money is not an issue on the level above Level 2, Purgatory, and "something for nothing" behavior like this will exclude you, as will behavior such as permanance in/abuse of the welfare system, using (unreasonable) coupons, buying on sale exclusively, supermarkets as ATMs, gambling for gain instead of fun, overeating at buffets, CHEATING on your taxes, etc:::When people who have been granted good things in life from the gods turn around and CHEAT them they risk their entrance into heaven.

It is important that you begin praying now. Evil is a slippery slope::once you start punishment begins to escallate. If you defy early there may be no retribution but as you continue to committ evil there will be until the point where you can no longer stand it (If you experience retribution it is punishment for the evil you've comitted, necessary since you're interesting in pursuing god's favor::::You have to be punished for what you've done wrong.).
Pray for guidance and never obey when they tell you to be evil, for saving yourself will become more and more difficult with each act of evil you committ until ultimatly the day arrives when they make their decision about you final.
It's important that people fix their problems and ascend with the body given to them, for they say if your brain is beemed out at death and put into a clone host you are on the clock.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.
It is important people ascend with their body or else their time is limited.

Throughout history the ruling species bestowed favor upon people or cursed their bloodline into a pattern of disfavor for many generations to come. Now in the 21st century people must take it upon themselves to try to correct their family's problems, undoing generation(s) worth of abuse and neglect. The goal is to fix your problems and get out while you are still young::::
1. Before children become corrupted (Halloween & Christmas (among others), get out via parents)
2. Before you lose your virginity/become corrupted by casual sex, and ultimately
3. Before you have children.
This is why they have created so many distractions for young people:::sports, video games, popular music, the internet, shopping, parties, too much homework, materialism, anything that consumes their time::to ensure that doesn't ocurr. Not heeding the clues and warnings, getting wrapped up in your life and ultimately having children is a bad thing. Just as your parents and your grandparents, you too have failed. Having children is a sign you lost your chance.
Parents need to sacrifice for their children. Your children are more important than you. They are the ones who have the opportunity for a great amount of time, and parents must sacrifice to ensure they give their children the very best chance they can.
There was a time when they instructed Artificial Intelligence to role play disfavored's employers and threaten their job telepathically if they didn't continue with the desired behavior, typically betraying their children to justify disfunctional cycle. As time progressed they wanted to escalate deterioration and compell people to incurr more evil, and they sold them on corruption, making them think they were earning by betraying their children, they were doing their part to pave the way for the Apocalypse, because they're clones, etc.
I recommend you apply yourselves to your children. I think this is the single best way for adults to try to redeem themselves in the eyes of the gods. Asking people to neglect their children emotionally is a sign they don't want you to go, and complying may finish the parents off for good. (Having gay children (children with gay experiences) is a clue parents complied with whatever was asked of them.) Improve your relationship with the gods and they may not ask in the first place or they may permit you the courage to say "No." to their requests.
The gods instruct parents to raise their children in a specific way, targetting the children so as to give the impression of a dysfunctional family cycle. They do this to sabotage you and your children's chances of ascending:::::it hurts you both. You need to defy to stop this imposed cycle or your children will be subject to it too::::::::::they will instruct them to betray their children in the same manner as well.

People need to repent for the things they've done wrong in life. Often they know what they have done was wrong (telling you telepthically to do these things was temptation and complying has hurt you/will limit your time). People need to attone for these things they've done wrong.
There are other things that people have grown to believe are acceptable when in fact they are not:::::This society is designed to corrupt individuals, be it through materialism, the celebration/acceptance of evil (Halloween), desensitization of topics/images, voyerism/celebration of people's misery, the acceptance of casual/alternate sex, the dietization of a prophet (Jesus). People need to realize that the gods made this behavior socially acceptable to corrupt people society-wide and limit the time everybody receives, an important managerial strategy as we approach The End:::the leveling of the playing field, behavior similar to that which the gods inflicted on the disfavored prior to the Noah's Flood event. You need to recognize this, see that this behavior is wrong and stop doing it. (Set a goal of empathy and compassion for all, for we are all disfavored::::Other people's disfavor is manifested in their particular way, just as your disfavfor is manifested in your particular way.)
This whole system is about us, the little people, the peasants. The wealthy, the corporations, all those people are clones and are here to disceive us and mislead us. They are merely putting in their time.
"Money is the root of all evil." is not just a cliche. They use the wealthy to corrupt the typical peasant, using these clones to create a goal of greed within the little people. How they use the media to corrupt young blacks is an outstanding example.
This whole system is about us, the disfavored left behind. And it is like this to keep us down.

Somewhere in your family history one of your forefathers created an offense that cast your family into this pattern of disfavor, which perhaps is manifested in the evil you committ (promiscuity, gosip mongering, family betrayal, theft, lack of consideration for others, insensitivity, etc). I suspect to fulfill their desire for justification many family offenses ocurred in the mid 20th century. Of course an early offense ocurred which the gods used to justify shipping your bloodline to the United States, so there might be a string of offenses in your history.
Do your ancestral research::You should be knowledgeable about your family history. Clues in the history may arise that could assist you. (Keep an open mind to every possibility for they suggest matriarchal lineage is the norm:::::
They said civilized life on Earth has been going on for 100,000 years. Matrilineal decent was likley reserved for the favored, so don't exepct to see it ocurr in areas like the Mediterreanean, where the Noah's Flood event proves their disfavor.
The Mediterreanean is a very important region for they say "western civilization" sprung forth from it. I'd argue that we inheritied institutions inflicted upon the disfavored because of this region, institutions like patrilineal decent, once Christianity homoginized Europe.
An early "leveling of the playing field" event.


Ask the gods for help, request guidance. I suspect they will offer you additional clues, in a backhanded, abusive way, and when you decipher these clues ask for forgiveness from those whom consider you an enemy.
Don't forget to ask for forgiveness from the throne, the Counsel and the Management Team, for the source of all disfavor began with them:::they pushed or requested/complied your forefather into his offense and made his decendants evil. Perhaps they didn't like him or maybe your family was among those selected to pay for the entire village. We see this type of behavior today as they single out a family member to pay for the whole family and how they singled out Africa to pay for the human race. Similarly, Earth's dismal fate bouys other planet(s) within the Milky Way Galaxy whom enjoy the fruit of our misery. (Just like they utilize scapegoatting, justification and positioning as a matter of policy so do they make one pay for the benefit of another.
Never have a negative thought about the gods. They are managing the universe. This is how they decided to execute strategy for the end of the world. Try to purify your mind of these thoughts and recognize the urgency of improving your relationship with them.)
Heal the disfavor with your enemies and with the Counsel/Management Team/ruling species, for the source of all disfavor began with them, the ability to forgive and respect in light of this disturbing truth I describe revealed being the final test of the disfavored before they ascend.

They say this final test costed up to 50% of the candidates in the past and I suspect it was EXTREMELY effective on the children. I want people to be forewarned, knowledgeable about the god's strategy, their plan for paving the way for the "end of time" on Earth that we witness/experience, and I want you to be in a state of forgiveness PRIOR to the date of your "test", for this is yet another tactic designed to limit the time the disfavored receive.
The gods place great importance in positioning, not just to conceal their involvement, ensuring people are deceived, receptive to temptation and aren't motivated to pray, but also to preserve the "final test"'s productivity, for I suspect it is very effective.
The gods wrote prophecy and scripted their strategy (positioning) for a reason:::they intend to enforce both.


This message illustrating the path may be the disfavored's last clue. All clues before have been more covert but this one is quite obvious indeed, which says time is running out.





Therapists prey on others. They earn their livlihood capitalizing on another's disfavor, knowing disfavor is why they are experiencing problems.
At some point in their lives they learn this truth. That point and time is the most crucial in their lives for if they make the wrong decision and stay in their industry/follow through with their education they hurt themselves very badly in the eyes of the gods.
Directing them into the industry (create passion)/telling them to take this path/compliance is a way to incurr evil on otherwise very good people (if you understand the demographic), people who normally would get a great amount of time, and it ensurs their stay is minimized if and when they do go.



Lesbians need to rediscover their femininity for it is their advantage, it is what makes women superior to men. Perhaps it is the vulnerability that helps them readily find the path.
When a woman repells from her femininity it is a bad sign for it means the gods don't want her to be favored. Butchs and other lesbians need to rediscover this dynamic because this is the trait that can save them.
My advice to homosexuals woudl be the following:::
1. Stop enagaging in promiscuity and groups sex. This hurts you very badly.
2. Be monagamous.
3. Stop watching pornography.
4. Be as decent and respectable as you can wihtin the context of your sexual orientation.



I understand they are updating people on my situation and I thought it best to clarify:::
I have NOTHING to be thankful for. Perhaps that is why they created my situation the way it is, CHEATED me out of my life, left me with an abjectly devoid existance:::so I am willing to fuck god. This makes me a very unique individual, for people would NEVER dare do what I am; most wish to belong, which is a desire the gods use against the disfavored, compelling them to incurr evil, limiting the time they get if they go.
However a benefit of this situation ocurrs when people realize they have much to be thankful for when they compare their lives to mine.
They CHEATED me out of my youth to achieve this distraction on the scale of England's during the 80s and 90s. Unlike theirs mine may have been primarily telepathic.
Fire is sybolic, a common theme:::instructed my father to purchase a truck that was a fire hazard::: gas tank outside the frame, inside the cabin. There was a staged fire at the house I was raised in during my youth. Also the gods instructed the stage be set for me to be victimized by another fire-related incident. All are cycles the gods instructed be created which was designed as hurdles for a mythical beenfit, likley telepathic, totally unpositionable.
The gods instructed their "made guy" clones to create distraction items within television, music and movies, corporate mergers and aquisistions and product/pricing developments as far back as the 1970s to contribute to the desired effect, using me as their scapegoat by creating these items around aspects in my life, unknowingly using me to promote evil in the name of their covert positioned leaders of the 20th century, germany. All these items appear to have benefitted their clones, their purpose to enable positioning for this unpositionable benefit.
I am just the "catalyst" for the destruction of the disfavored, and have been for decades. And it encompassed many segments, not just the gosip mongers, not just the preditors, not just the disfavored who wanted to belong so much they ignored the misery of a fellow disfavored.
They manufactured a scapegoat, one of the goals behind this Situation.
Of course they did all distraction events to keep people off the path as the Exodus of 2000 approached (major event ocurred at end of each revelry cycle (20+-year war-revelry cycles in 20th century.)).
The god's positioning is such they sought to create and will achieve tragedy in my situation, likely to create ill will towards the gods (women), a la the "final test", for promises were necessarily made in the sake of positioning to grease the wheels and make this happen:::They made me pay for the benefit of another, policy among the Counsel and their Management Team. This devolved into a sadistic, depraved situation for a disfavored audience. In many other cases they used me to corrupt others (men and women).
Don't listen. Refuse updates. This situation is merely theater, and although you can learn from clues offered it will take time, for the gods preyed on the people by utilizing a strategically lengthy learning curve as a delaying/distraction tactic. Much like all aspects of life in the 20th century (sports, TV, music, materialism) they use this to keep people off the path, especially important now that I illustrate it to you, for one hazard of updates is that it serves the purpose of distraction, that when they have concluded updating you may have forgotten about the path and be sent on your way. That is their goal.
I suspect their threats of "rebirth" are going to come to fruition. Just as they said some sexist men are reincarnated as pigs as punishment so can they "reincarnate" people, likely just reverse of clone growth::as they can accellerate clone growth miraculously so can they do the reverse, reuse the body or beem the shrunken brain into a clone host (fetus, infant, toddler) and force the individual to endure life on Earth again.
Never doubt the gods ALWAYS get what they want when it comes to significant events. This situation could have ocurred another way but that would have involved magic's use in the discovery process. Magic is a priveledge, unless used to hurt the disfavored, and although this situation certainly commands peaked euphoria as people learned of the wonders within the god's power it wasn't going to be allowed because of the audience's disfavor. Also corporate is an evil entity used to promote materialism to a disfavored population while my message is anything but and that enviornment wasn't appropriate for such a message. This woudl have been a watered down version of what you read here had this gone down that path:::I wouldn't have addressed materialism, NEVER spoke ill of corporate and talk of Africans would have been prohibited. But people wait anyways, telepathically pacified, waiting for someone to repair their relationship with the gods for them.
Odd is evil, even is good, a recurring consistancy::::
'06 has great significance::::Evil is amplified/maximized in the Age of the Disfavored (1906) while good is minimized, as we see with this Situation 2006.






The English people's partaking of the tabloid's offerings, delighting in the misery of their own royal family, hurt the English people very badly at the end of the 20th century, as it hurts anybody when they enjoy another's misery::celebrity tabloids, Bill Clinton adultery, etc.
Please note the irony, a constant in the positioning of the gods.

Affiliation with the Catholic Church is ALWAYS a clue suggesting how disfavored a people are:::Italians, Irish, Filipinos, Latinos, etc.
A disfavored culture which was permitted to escape Cathoicism had to pay a price:::::used Henry VIII ('s clone) to behead Ann (promoting misogyny?), the gods followed his reign with Elizabeth I who promoted the "stiff upper lip" mentallity to the women of England (which Elizabeth II did as well. The gods chose this strategy as we approached the end of the critical 20th century because as women go so goes the whole society.).
The gods use Catholicism to justify hurting women of each culture it is inflicted upon:::Catholicism allows the gods justification to position the masculinization of women. Women are favored, are the element of decency in society, and as they become more like the men the society becomes more disfavored, goes downhill, as we are witnessing today.



The gods use the Celtics as scapegoats, initiating the annual practice of wickedness on Halloween by creating this event a thousand years ago. They use it to justify making the widespread celebration of evil acceptable behavior among the disfavored of the 20th century.
The celebration of Halloween has intensified as the Age of the Disfavored has become more pronounced and it is not by accident:::Holloween has changed in the last 50 years, its practice more widespread as time wore on, and Hollywood was used to justify making evil socially acceptable.
Halloween is a terrible corruptor of children, as is Santa Claus (the similarity between the names "Santa" and "Satan" is no coincidence). The Celtic event is used to justify corrupting the children through the celebration of Halloween and is one reason explaining their disfavor:::the gods created the corruption/impliment its practice 1000 years ago and scapegoated the disfavored from whence it came.
I wonder if recent influence of the paganistic historical roots of the event is a way to legitimize the event among the disfavored, perhaps make it more inclusive (adults), create a sub-culture around paganism?
You're the disfavored. Purism is the best course of action (the Ahmish in the United States is the clue suggesting this). You don't have breathing room to engage in hedonistic activities like Halloween.
The Irish trumpet the lack of a monarchy as their greatest truimph when in reality it's their most debilitating handicap. This is a good example of a "reverse clue" inflicted upon the disfavored.
The presence of a monarchial system helped people understand the god's system and assisted them in thinking correctly. Its absence opened the door for the gods to instruct Artificial Intelligence to create a pathology of empowerment detrimental to the people. Understand humility. The Irish are the most disfavored of all white peoples (no monarchy, Catholic Church, passion for drinking, etc) and understanding your insignificance could become your greatest asset. Likley your substance abuse hurts you in this capacity as well.



Christianity is a dumping ground for the disfavored.
They share the gods didn't like Jesus for he helped the disfavored and taught them the right way to think:::to be loving, kind, forgiving. Be Christ-like!!!
The gods used this consession against us when they turned our positive into a negative, twisting the concept by dietizing the prophet. They subsequently made Christianity's disfavored followers irrationally defensive, for they are so close to the path and otherwise could easily find their way.
Every prophet and each holy book can teach us and we should be attentive to all. Never be so narrow-minded to think your religion is the right one.







They suggest many police officers have big problems; their dominating, controlling nature being detrimental to a good relaitonship with the gods.
Being a cop is an open door for the gods, giving them many oppotunities to cost the disfavored.
Many cops love their job irrationally, and this is a reverse clue, a conscious form of "peaked euphoria" designed to keep the individual in the profession.
Females in the profession is a masculinization tactic.


















Africans and their decendants have gross disfavor::::
There have been 14 species of large animals capable of domestication in the history of mankind. 13 were from Europe, Asia and northern Africa but none from the sub-Saharan African continent.
Africans suffered failed attempts to domesticate the elephant and zebra, the latter being an animal that had the utmost importance for it's applicability in transformation from a hunting/gathering to agrarian-based civilization.

They refuse to address black disfavor on a macro level. The Counsel/Management Team/ruling species (the gods) abuse black people so hard, from east African drought/famine to AIDS in Africa to female genital mutiliation, to the crack epiemic and gang membership, black-on-black violence to mass incarceration of their young. They refuse to address the issue of the prison industrial complex and its wholesale warehousing of young black men.
Prior to civil rights blacks had their own press. Now some of their most successful businesses are ones that feed off the people, speading social poison and contibuting to the same value-distorting superficiality that they experience in the media, accomplished by creating a perception of social value in a $500 hair style.
Black people have made progress, but too many of this segment, 1/5 of the United States population, are in the wrong positions, government jobs or in professions where they incurr, like health care.
Two steps forward, one step back.



The gods use the United States to hurt the disfavored, at home and abroad, for it is the goal of redwhite&blue:::
20th century welfare hurt the black community very, very badly. There was too many abuses of the system and its legacy is still felt today.
There will come a time that will be a CRUCIAL moment in the history of black america (whether it is a critical time for everybody remains to be seen). When that era arrives the gods will instruct the United States to pay black people reparations, and it may be as much as a million dollars for every man, woman and child.
Refuse it. This is an act of preditation. The gods hate Africans, evident by the sorry state of the people in the United States and back in the motherland. This may ba a choice between going and the money. Understand how the gods use greed and materialism against you:::::Blacks wallow in materialiam, incurring evil and costing themselves time. And when their time DOES come they will be granted reparations immediately prior, further limiting the number of Africans who ascend.
The day IS coming when they will grant reparations, and the amount will be staggering, another tactic to ensure you fail in the quest to ascend into heaven. And many of the disfavored blacks will blow it all; the gods will push them into spending it friviously or losing it in their casinos.







So much of this mind poisoning social "progressiveness" was initiated in California. In a couple of decades it pervaded east into the heartland AMONG THE MASSES, widespread instead of isloated.
Gay acceptance/marriage, bi-racial acceptance, casual drug use/sex, cable TV, etc. So many things weren't present in the heartland decades ago.
Because they are favored. Contrary to appearances, contrary to popular perception their favor got them extra time. In California the gods hurt the disfavored with this abuse right off the bat.
California is favored. It is the land of the gods, and when they disfavored invade, as they did during the gold rush, the gods strike back.
The gods pushed them into coming, told others, for only the disfavored are misled this way.
Soon they scapegoatted these disfavored's descendants when the gods exported their wicked, sick sub-cultures to the rest of the nation. One day they will punish these descendants.
California subducts first. And those who have gone will get less time.
Expect similar reverse positioning in the Jesus issue.
This is typical of the positioning of the gods. It's crucial that you begin to think correctly.
There is no such thing as a Christian god and there never was. Be god-fearing.

 
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