Saturday, September 30, 2006

Class of 2007: Defensive Backs (Top 417)

Most of the thumbnails listed below were written in the spring/early summer. Rankings have been slightly modified since then.



1 Ronald Johnson DB/RB 6'0 177 4.68 Muskegon Michigan Johnson is the top prospect in Michigan class that is the strongest and deepest in years and he's probably the best DB prospect to emerge from the state in at least a quarter of a century. A dominant defender and also a talented WR for a strong Muskegon program. He was hampered a bit as a junior due to a knee injury that is reportedly fully healed. He could play either safety or cornerback at the next level, as he has the toughness, hitting ability, quickness, size, hips and speed to play either. At a seven-on-seven tournament last summer in South Bend he reportedly outshined everbody in what was called one of the most impressive such performances ever seen by scouts in attendance. Last summmer he was more impressive than several touted rising senior all-american DBs at the Michigan camp. As a sophomore he set a school record with 10 INTs. Plays great in space and has an innate ability to make plays. OIne coach had this to say: "He's a man among boys on film. He also has the good fortune to play for Tony Annese at Muskegon. He's an old school coach who teaches great technique and has the best weight program in the state. He's doing miracles for a once dormant Muskegon program that is loaded with talented athletes." Possibly one of the top 5 overall prospects in the nation. OFFERS: PUR,MICH, ND,CMU, TEN,MICHST, OHST,CLEM, USC,IA, WISC,PUR,UCLA

2 Joe McKnight DB/RB 5'11 180 4.40 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana McKnight is a real dynamo on film and could play one of several positions in college - RB,WR or in the secondary. He has great speed, quickness and the ability to cut on a dime and run through traffic. He just plays tremendously in space. On defense he has tremendous coverage skills, turns his hips very well and really anticipates well. McKnight is also a tremenous return man, perhaps the best in the nation. Joe had an interesting junior season due to Hurricane Katrina. He played a ouple of games with Class 2A power Shreveport Evangel Christian before returning to John Curtis. Inn just 6 games at Curtis he had 30 carries for 372 yards and 7 TDs and caught 22 passes for 549 yards and 6 TDs. On defense, he registered 39 tackles, broke up six passes and posted five interceptions. Joer also stars in track and basketball. As a sophomore in the Class 4A track meet, he came in second in the 100-meters (10.7) and fourth in the 200-meters. One coach had this to say: "McKnight has a ton of talent. He iks quick, fast, can cut on a dime and is extremely versatile. His film is about as good as any skill position kid I've seen this year. He's a bit lean, but he should fill out once he focuses on fooball." 1-LA (Winter 2006); 1-Orlando Sentinel-All-Southern Team; 1-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-AS; 1-LSWA-2A-AS (Defensive MVP); 1-District 10-2A (WR & RET; OF MVP); 1- All-Championship Game Team (RB); 2-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: MS,LSU, FLA, FSU,AUB, MSST,ARK, ND

3 Eric Berry DB/QB/ATH 6'1 190 4.31 Fairburn Creekside Georgia As the team's best athlete, he plays QB and safety at Creekside, but CB is definitely his position in college and he is one of the nation's top prospects at that position. He has really impressed at combines, including turning in a blazing 4.31 forty. He has the size and great hips to really excel at CB in college. He also has the speed, having won the state 200-meter title with a time of 21.7 seconds. As a junior he rushed for 1,218 yards and 13 TDs and passed for 852 yards and 8 TDs. As a sophomore he had 1,435 yards rushing with 17 TDs and 1,198 yards passing with 4 TDs. He's a solid student with a 3.7 GPA and 970 SAT. One of the top 3-4 prospects in the state. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-GSWA-AAAA-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Atlanta JC-AAAA-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (OFF PoY); Top 7 GA Jrs (August 2005) OFFERS: GA,OHST,NCAR, AL,GT,FLA,MIA,LSU, TEN,DUKE,AUB,ND,TEX,MSST, LSU, USC,SCAR, LOU, AL

4 Mark Barnes DB/WR 6'3 190 4.50 Columbia Richland Northeast South Carolina Many think that Barnes, not Will Korn, is the top prospect in the state of South Carolina. He is a tall and rangy safety who could also excel at WR in college. He has ideal size for a safety, has great range, great athleticism and is an outstanding tackler. As a junior Barnes recorded over 80 tackles, 5 INTs and almost 20 pass break-ups. On offense he had 25 catches for over 500 yards and 5 TDs. As a sophomore he posted 75 tackles, 4 INTs, 2 blocked kicks, 2 blocked punts and had 25 catches for 500 yards and 7 TDs. He may prefer to play WR at thenext level, but I prefer him as a safety. His school is one of the top producers of talent on the atlantic coast. 1-WR-SCAR (Spring 2006); Top 12-SCAR-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05) OFFERS: 40+ April Os: KY,WAKE, SCAR,CLEM, DUKE,VT,NCAR,MD, AUB,AL, LOU,BC,LSU,UVA, MICH,ND, TEN,PSU,USC

5 Gary Gray DB/QB 5'11 170 4.49 Columbia Richland Northeast South Carolina Notre Dame Gary couples with Mark Barnes to form the best secondary duo in the nation. As a junior he started at both QB and CB but is a CB all the way at the next level. Lacks Barnes' stature but he's a tremendous cover corner who possesses a smooth backpedal, nice hips and great ball skills. Great in man-to-man coverage and surprisingly impressive in run support. As a junior Gray totalled 1,600 yards of offense to go with 11 TDs. On defense he registered 60 tackles, 4 INTs and 16 pass break-ups. Just about everyone who has seen his film has offered. One of the top 4 prospects in the state. He initially committed to South Carolina in March but reopened his recruitment in July. He committed to Notre Dame in Septmber. Top 12-SCAR-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); 2-AS OFFERS: AUB,SCAR,KY, NCST,MD,ND,TEN,MIDTENST, MICH,CLEM,VT, GT,LOU,TEX,FSU

6 Chad Jones DB/WR 6'3 215 4.55 Baton Rouge Southern Lab Louisiana A standout in fotball and baseball who could actually be an even better baseball prospect (pitches a 95mph fastball and a standout outfielder). Played at St. Augustine's as a sophomore but had to move to Southern Lab due to Huricane Katrina. Posted 84 tackles and 4 INTs as a junior. Has a tremendous frame and great speed. Could still really fill out. His older brother, Al, is a gridster at LSU. He really stood out at the LSU summer camp following his sophomore year. Could also project as an OLB as he keeps growing. Has the soft hands to also play TE. A bit raw as a player as he's still learning the game, but has all the skills. 2-LA (Winter 2006); 4-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-AS; 1-LSWA-1A-AS (DB); 1-Baton Rouge Advocate-3A-2A-1A -Metro; 1-District 7-1A (DB); 1-LA (September 2005)OFFERS: LSU,MS,AUB, MIA,VAND,MS,FLA, MSST,AL, ARK,CLEM,ORE

7 Eugene Clifford DB/RB 6'2 200 4.49 Cincinnati Colerain Ohio Ohio State Eugene is the latest Division 1 prospect out of Ohio power Colerain (following the likes of Mister Simpson, Connor Smith, Cobrani Mixon and Tyler Moeller) and he may be the best of the bunch. An uber-talented safety prospect, Clifford was, in my view, the most impressive defender on the team as a junior. He has an ideal combination of size and speed and really plays a physical and aggresive game. As a junior he registered 147 tackles and 6 INTs on defense and scored 7 TDs as a receiver on offense. It's a great year for DBs in Ohio, the midwest, and nationally an Clifford is right up there with the best of them. One coach had this to say about him: "On film he's always around the ball and is great at reading and reacting. He is tremendous against the run and tackles well in the open field. He really likes to hit. He has a nice backpedal and pretty good hips." He committed to Ohio State in September. 5-OH-JRS (December); 1-Ohio News Network-AS; 2-OPS-AS (DB); 2-OPS-I-AS; 2-RB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS:MICH,CIN, ILL,OHST, WVU,MICHST, BC,IA, IN,MIN, MIA(OH),PUR

8 Major Wright DB 6'2 195 4.50 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas Florida Wright is one of the nation's many great safety prospects. As a junior he recorded 58 tackles and 6 INTs playing for a team that went to the state Class 6A title game. As a sophomore he had 39 tackles and 4 INTs. He is one of the most physical DBs in the nation and plays with quickness and great anticipation. He is strong in both run support and coverage. His coach claims that he's the best DB prospect to emerge out of Aquinas in many years, and that includes such greats as Miami's Anthony Reddick and Ohio State's Nate Salley. 44-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large; 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: AUB,FLA, GA,MIA, MICH,NCST,ND, OHST,TEN, MS,PUR

9 Marshall Jones DB/RB 6'1 190 4.50 Westlake Village Oaks Christian California USC Not as highly touted as teammates Jimmy Clausen and Marc Tyler, but who is. Like Tyler and Clausen, however, Jones is an elite national blue-chipper who has his choice of schools if he can get his academics in order, and he does have some work to do in order to qualify. As a junior two-way starter at WR & CB he excelled at cornerback for an Oaks Christian team that allowed just 87 points in 13 games. Jones intercepted five passes for 219 yards in return yardage, recovered one fumble and recorded 71 tackles, including 52 solo tackles. As a wide receiver, Jones caught 23 passes for 407 yards and three touchdowns. Jones is a speedy (10.6 100-meters) and physical defender who probably projects at safety at the next level due to his size and hitting ability. One coach had this to say about him: "That team is loaded with talent and Jones is to the defense what Clausen is to the offense. He has great speed and can really lay the wood. He's the best DB in California." He committed to USC in June. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Southern Section; 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-CAL-Small Schools-AS; 1-Ventura County Star-County; 6-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 3-DB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-CAL-Ventura/SB/SLO-PS-Area OFFERS: 20+ April Os: TEN,LSU, OREST,AZ, MICH,MS,USC,ORE, COL,AZST,NEB,WASH, WASHST,MIA

10 Dionte Allen DB/RB/WR 6'0 170 4.50 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan Florida State Dionte is part of a depp and talented St. Mary's squad and one of several very good DBs in Michigan this year. He has great leadership skills and was named the first junior captain in recent menory at St. Mary's. He projects as a CB. As a junior he registered 56 tackles and five interception. This is what his coach, Geoge Porritt, told the Eccentric newspaper: "He has a great knack to get to the ball,'' Porritt said. "He was a leader out there and it's great to have him coming back". He's an electrifying perfomer who plys very well in space, both on offense and ndistance, and when he has the ball in his hands he is a threat to go all the way. Also stars in track in basketball. Has great leping ability. One coach had this to say about him: "He's an excellent CB prospect. He has nice hips, backpedals well, can go up and get the ball and has great overall ball skills. He lacks that super certain quality that Ron Johnson and Charles Woodson have, but those guys are rare and you don't see that every year. Dionte reminds me a bit of Ty Law, which isn't too bad at all, is it?" He committed to Florida State in August. HM-AP-A-AS; HM-News-A-AS; HM-News-Metro; 2-News-North (DB); 1-Eccentric-Area; 2-Catholic-Central; 4-Oakland County-PS-Top 75 OFFERS: BC,NCAR,MICH, MICHST,OHST,ILL,PUR, WISC, ND,IA, FSU,USC,TEX, MIA,PITT

11 Curtis Brown DB/WR 6'0 175 4.40 Gilmer Texas Texas A gifted WR & DB, Brown is the state's top DB and committed early to Texas in February 2005. As a sophomore he helped lead his team to the Class 3A Division II state title. In so doing, he earned sophomore of the year honors in District 13-3A . As a junior he played all over the place, carrying the ball 75 times for 910 yards and 8 TDs and catching 58 passes for 935 yards and 12 TDs. He has blazing speed and surprising strength (535 squat). Tremendous leaper. He is quick, aggressive and knows how to find the ball. 6-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); Texas Top 16 (Winter 2006); 47-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OK,A&M, TT,KANST, TEX

12 Phelon Jones DB/WR/QB 6'1 192 4.38 Mobile McGill-Toolen Alabama Miami The more I learn about Phelon the more I like him. He could wind up being the top prospect in Alabama. As of now he's running right there along with Sidell Corley. What Jones brings to the table is an exceptional combination of size, speed and athleticism. As a junior and as the team's best ahlete he was moved all around, starting out at QB, then moving to WR and playing some CB. He has huge hands and has tremendous speed and leaping ability. He can long jump 23-9 and triple jump 49-7 (one of the nation's best jumps for his age group). He is the big, physical and fast CB prospect that all schools want to land. He looked very impressive in the Alabama North-South Junior All-Star game. An older brother played at Louisville and another is at Mississippi State. He committed to Miami in April. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: AUB,AL,LOU, MS,OHST,VT,MICH, NEB,GT, NCST,OK,MIA, GA,TEN, TEX,MSST

13 Brandon Paul DB/RB 5'11 185 4.40 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Lincoln has been one of the nation's great producers of talent over the years and Brandon Paul is this year's elite national recruit from the school. As a junior he had over 1,500 combined yards running (586 yards), catching (583 yards) and returning (564 yards) the ball along with 11 touchdowns. It's at CB, however, where he can best use his tremendous skills - great 4.4 speed (10.4 100-meters, 21.3 200-meters), tremendous quickness and flexibility, a smooth backpedal and great hip movement. As a junior on defense, he had 21 tackles, 2 INTs and 6 pass break-ups. Paul has offers from coast-to-coast. 15-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 16-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 4A-3A OFFERS: Claims 50+ February Os: SCAR,CLEM, MS,FLA,FSU, MIA,USC, TEX, TEN, AUB,etc...

14 Donovan Warren DB/WR 6'1 175 4.47 Long Beach Poly California Warren is the latest great skill-player out of Poly. As a CB he has a great deal of experience going up daily aginst all-americans such as Terrance Austin and Travonn Patterson in practice. He mis a better prospect than those Pol receivers as he is taller and longer tha they are while possessing similar speed and quickness. He has also been a rare starter since his sophomore season at Poly. As a junior he had 41 tackles and 1 fumble recovery. He didn't have any interceptions as teams threw away from him to the other side of the field (where there was a senior CB who signed with USC, so that gives you some idea of the respect opposing coaches had for Mr. Warren). His fahter, Alvin, was a former Poly star. Has the speed, quickness, hips, size and savvy to be a national elite cover CB prospect. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section; 2-Long Beach Press Telegram-Area; 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-Long Beach/South Bay-PS-Area OFFERS: ORE,MS, MSST,USC, UCLA,AZ, AZST,CAL,MICH

15 Michael Williams DB/RB/LB 5'11 185 4.66 Ventura St. Bonaventure California Williams is the top prospect at talent-laden St. Bonaventure and one of the nation's elite DBs. He has tested off the charts at various combines as a sophomore and junior, showing great speed, agility (4.09 shuttle as a soph), strength (18 reps as a soph) and vertical (39-inches). He is also an instinctive player with a real nose for the ball. As a junior, he registered 98 tackles, three sacks and two interceptions. As a sphomore, he had 78 tackles. He also excels as a return man. Williams has excellent ball skills and could play either safety, due to his great hitting ability, or corner, due to his quickness, in college. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-DB/KR); 2-Ventura County Star-County (DB); 1-CAL-Ventura/SB/SLO-PS-Area OFFERS: 14 June Os: MICH,AZST, MS,AZ, OREST,ND, WASH,NW, CAL,TEN

16 Stefoin Francois DB/LB 6'1 186 4.40 Reserve East St. John Louisiana Francois is the top senior prospect for St. John, a school that has produced a lot of talent (e.g. Ryan Perriloux, Ricky Dixon) in recent years. Started at safety as a freshman and sophomore and moved to OLB as a junior. Projects as a safety in college. His junior season he posted 97 tackles, 7 TFL, 5 sacks, and 2 INTs. Runs very well and can reallyhit. One coach said: "He won't be as highly recruited as Perriloux, but i think hes a better prospect than Dixon. He's a more intuitive defensive player." 6-LA (Winter 2006); 3-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 3-AS; HM-LSWA-5A-AS; 1-District 5-5A (LB); 3-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: MS,LSU, CLEM,ARK, TEX,FSU, MICH

17 Doug Wiggins DB/RB 5'11 190 4.50 North Miami Beach Florida Wiggins is one of the top skill athletes in Florida. He has outstanding speed, excellent agility (4.25 shuttle) pretty good size and plays a very physical brand of football (250 bench, 450 squat). His junior season he registered 858 yards passing, 10 touchdowns and 346 yards rushing as a quarterback and 86 tackles and 7 INTs as a DB in being named First Team All-Dade County. Has a lot of quality early offers. Florida Top 162 JRs (Add-On-RB); 45-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-6A-AS (UT-OFF); 1-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A; 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald) OFFERS: 30 May Os: VT,AUB, FLA,MS, PITT, MIA,WMU, GA,BC, MSST, NCST,OK,USC

18 Lamark Brown DB/LB/WR 6'4 215 4.50 Hazelwood West Missouri Kansas State Brown is a prospect who really hasn't received the national recognition that he deserves and since he committed early to Kansas State it probably won't be coming soon. But trust me, he's a player, perhaps the best in the St. Louis area. A classic OLB/safety 'tweener in the best sense of the word as he has the size and speed to excel at either position. He actually plans on playing on offense in college, but I prefer him as a defender. Had already made a name for himself in local circles after a standout freshman season. As a junior he rushed for 1,249 yards, caught six passes for 103 yards and scored 21 TDs. As a safety, Brown he posted 55 tackles (43 solo), three interceptions and one fumble recovery. He had 116 yards rushing and a team-high 11 tackles in West's biggest win, 42-13 over Class 6 finalist Hazelwood Central. Has a great frame, is very strong and has a 35-inch vertical. : **; 1-MFCA-5A-AS; 1-MSS-5A-AS; 1-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro OFFERS: IN,MO, KAN,KANST, NEB, ARK, MIN

19 Harrison Smith DB/LB/RB 6'2 205 4.38 Knoxville Catholic Tennessee Smith is one of the top 5 prospects in Tennessee. A two-way starter, he rushed for over 1,000 yards on offense and registered 61 tackles and two interceptions on defense. He projects as either an OLB or SS in college. He's a versatile performer and a real playmaker with a nice combination of size, quickness (great 3.94 shuttle) and speed. A clutch player who knows how to find the ball on defense. He has solidified his status as one of the South's top prospects with impressive combine performances. 7-TEN (Winter 2006); Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-TSWA-3A-AS (DB) OFFERS: TEN,MD, BC,STAN, VT,VANDY, MS,AUB, ARK,ND, COL,MICH, SCAR,USC

20 Marcus Gilchrist DB/WR 5'11 175 4.45 High Point Andrews North Carolina Clemson Gilchrist ia a quick and speedy cover corner who is also an electrifying return man. A real playmaker, he is also a college basketball prospect. As a junior, Gilchrist posted 40 tackles and 11 INTs, recording 12 TDs (four kick returns, three punt returns, two interceptions, one reception, and two rushing). As a sophomore, he had 978 all-purpose yards, six interceptions and returned one for a score. He also returned two punts for TDs. He has emerged in the spring as one of the nation's elite CB prospects, possessing top-quaility national offers. He committed to Clemson in July. 10-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: NCST,CLEM, NCAR,DUKE, TEN,VT,SCAR, FLA,ND, MICHST,MICH, UVA,GT, ECAR, USC,GA, MD

21 Jerimy Finch DB/LB 6'1 210 4.73 Indianapolis Warren Central Indiana Michigan Finch is a real head-hunter for the talent-laden Warren Central program and is the best prospect in their very strong class of 2007. As a junior he had 81 tackles, 10 interceptions, 6 forced fumbles, and 3 fumble recoveries. He has exceptional athletic ability and is a very physical player. Some college coaches like him as a linebacker due to his great hitting ability and lack of great straight-ahead speed. Reminds his coach of Purdue standout Bernard Pollard. Many of the nation's top programs are actively pursuing him. One coach said this: "The kid is just a player. He really is tremendous supporting the run and his coverage skills are pretty good as well, but against the run he's special." One of the nation's better safety prospects. He committed to Michigan in May. IFCA Top 50 All-State Team; 1-AP-5A-AS; 1-Indianapolis Star-AS; 1-Bloomington Herald-AS; Indiana Gridiron Digest 2005 Pre-season Fab 50 OFFERS: MICH,IA, KY,LOU, IN,GT,WVU

22 Jordan Bernstine DB/RB 5'11 200 4.43 Des Moines Lincoln Iowa Bernstine is probably the top prospect in Iowa. As a junior, he registered 75 tackles, 4 TFL and 4 INTs. As a sophomore, he started on defense and had 24 carries for 232 yards and 2 TDs on offense. He has looked truly exceütional on the combine circuit, showing off legit 4.5 speed along with great agility (4.19 shuttle) and incredible leaping ability (41-inch vertical). He was named the MVP of the Scout.com Combine in Iowa City. Very athletic. Nephew of former NFL player Rod Bernstine. Projects as a CB. Originally from California. Top 1 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 1-All Classes-AS (UT); 1-Des Moines Register-4A-AS (DB) OFFERS: NEB, KAN,A&M, IAST,PUR,UCLA, KANST,IA, IN,PITT, COL

23 Ben Wells DB 6'1 185 4.45 Beaumont Ozen Texas Texas Wells committed in February 2006 to Texas. He's a very physcial and aggressive CB with nice height and speed. Texas identiifed him early as one of their top in-state targets. As a junior he had 50 tackles and 6 INTs. 3.2 GPA and 100 on the SAT. 70-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2--Greater Houston 4A-Area; 1-District 20-4A (CB) OFFERS: TCU,OKST, TEX,KANST, LSU,NEB

24 Morgan Burnett DB/QB 6'1 182 4.56 College Park North Clayton Georgia Burnett is another one of those talented DB prospects who also plays QB in high school as he is the team's top athlete. Brother Cap played at Georgia. Is a smart and aggressive defender with a real nose for the ball. Exceptional in coverage but needs to work a bit on his tackling. As a junior he had more than 100 tackles and five interceptions and on offense close to 2,000 yards of total offense (950 yards passing and 800 yards passing) and 13 TDs. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Atlanta JC-Clayton/Henry; Top 7 GA Jrs (August 2005) OFFERS: GA,NCAR, MS,VT,FLA, AUB,TEN, SCAR,MSST, GT,MEMPHIS

25 Ryan Broyles DB/WR 6'0 175 4.50 Norman Oklahoma A talented all-around athlete, Broyles is also a star guard on the basketball team. As a sophomore he recorded 58 tackles and 9 INTs. His junior numbers were down a bit (31 tackles and 5 INTs) as teams stayed away from his side of the field. Broyles projects at CB at the next level as he has pretty good height, great hip movement, agility (4.15 shuttle) and excellent ball skills. He's a real playmaker for Norman at both WR and in the secondary. He really put on a show at the Texas A&M Nike camp in April. He has good grades. One of the top 3 prospects in the state. 2-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005); 1-PS-6A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman); 2-CoachesAid-PS-AS (DB); 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid) OFFERS: OKST,TT, KAN,MSST, MICHST,TEN, A&M,ARK, VANDY,IAST

26 Scotty Cooper DB/LB 6'2 200 4.40 Lake City South Carolina Clemson Cooper really blew up as a prospect once his film started to circulate in the winter of 2006. A versatile and explosive performer, he is being recruited as both a safety and OLB. As a junior, Cooper recorded 96 tackles, 11 TFL and 4 sacks. He has a nice combination of height, power (275 bench, 400 squat), agility, tackling technique and tremendous speed (10.5 100-meters). He reads plays very well, has a nose for the ball and is able to shed blocks using his strength and quickness. Plays very well in space. Tremendous recovery speed. 2.8 GPA. One of the top 8 prospects in South Carolina. Top 5 South Carolina Underclassmen Charlotte Observer, (August 14, 2005) OFFERS: SCAR, NCST, CLEM,VT, KY,MICH, WVU,TEN, ND,PSU, LSU,MD

27 Chris Culliver DB 6'1 190 4.37 Garner North Carolina Culliver was a real sleeper on the recruiting scene until exploding during the 2006 combine circuit. He has a rare combination of size, strength (300+ bench), speed (4.38 forty, runs the sprints in track-10.8 100-meters), athleticism (34-inch vertical) and quickness (4.25 shuttle). He put it all together as a junior, recording 127 tackles, 3 INTs and 7 sacks. He's a physical prospect who would make an ideal safety at the next level but also has the hips and coverage skills to play CB. He initially committed to North Carolina State in April but reopened his recruitment after receiving a plethora of new offers following the spring combines. OFFERS: VT,NCST, NCAR,CLEM, FLA,ECAR, WAKE,AL

28 Michal McNeil DB 6'2 187 4.59 Mobile Davidson Alabama McNeil is an instinctive, physical and athletic safety prospect with football in his blood. He has nice size, speed and strength (260 bench, 325 squat). As a junior free safety, he registered 81 tackles, 4 INTs and 2 sacks. McNeil's grandfather, Clifton, was an All-Pro receiver in the 1960s. McNeil is one of the top 15 prospects in the state. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: MS,AUB, AL,FSU, MSST,LOU, SFLA,UAB, ARK,NCST, MEMPHIS,CLEM, SCAR

29 Damien Berry DB/LB/RB 5'11 194 4.65 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Miami Southeast Florida is always loaded with skill athletes, and Berry is among the best in the Class of 2007. Now attending powerful Glades Central, he is almost fully recovered from a torn ACL he suffered during his junior season while playing for Riviera Beach Suncoast (alma mater of Michigan legend Anthony Carter). As a sophomore, he was named First Team All-Palm Beach County after registering six interceptions and returning three for touchdowns. He also had 10 tackles for losses, one kickoff return for a touchdown and rushed for 600 yards. His father, Ken, played on two national title teams while attending Miami. A versatile DB and kick-returner, he projects as a safety in college due to his size, aggressiveness and ability to both cover and effectively support the run. Has substantially increased his stock during the 2006 combine circuit. He committed to Miami in June. 13-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); HM-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Large; 2-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: WVU,RUT,GA, FLA,LOU, MIA,AUB, SCAR

30 Ryan Williams DB/WR 5'11 180 4.36 Mobile B.C. Rain Alabama Auburn Ryan Williams and Ellioot McGaskin form a terrific secondary duo for Rain. As a junior SS, Williams posted 65 tackles, 4 INTs and broke up 10 passes. Very good in coverage and a real hitter. Really impressed people at the San Antonio Junior All-American Combine in January, walking away with First Team All-Combine honors. Projects as a CB in college. One of the top 6 prospects in Alabama. He committed to Auburn in August. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006) OFFERS: MS,FLA, ALST,LSU, KY,CLEM, AL,WVU, SFLA,MEMPHIS, SCAR,AUB

31 Christian Scott DB/ATH 6'0 190 4.40 Dallas Skyline Texas One of the top 5 DBs in Texas, he projects as a safety in college As a junior, he posted 5 INTs on defense and had 44 carries for 162 yards and 8 TDs as a running back. One scout had this to say about him: "He played all over the place as a junior, but he's a safety in college. What really stands out is his hitting ability and toughness as a defender. Together with his athletic skills and size he will make a fine Big Twelve DB". 19-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 41-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-District 9-5A (DB) OFFERS: BAY,A&M, KANST,OK, OKST,FSU, TCU,LSU, KAN,NEB, WISC,FLA, ARK,TEX

32 D.J. Donley DB/LB/WR 6'4 192 4.55 Folkston Charlton County Georgia Georgia Tech Tall and rangy DD/WR who is being recruited by many as an athlete who could play safety, WR or even bulk up into an OLB in college. As a junior, he had 54 catches for 835 yards and 9 TDs. On defense, he had 51 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 INT. A heady player with outstanding athletic ability who is strong in coverage. He committed to Georgia Tech in July. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: 13 June Os: PUR,TEN, GT,GA, FSU,FLA, SCAR

33 Golden Tate DB/RB/WR 5'11 175 4.40 Gallatin Pope John Paul II Tennessee Golden is one of the top 4 prospects in Tennessee and projects on either side of the ball in college. As a junior he had 137 rushes for 1,027 yards and 11 TDs (7.5 avg.), 38 receptions for 813 yards and 9 TDs (21.4 avg.). He also returned 17 punts for 231 yards and 19 kicks for 426 yards. He has great speed and ball skills. I see him more as a cover corner in college as he has great recovery speed, qucikness, anticipates the ball well and has good hip movement. Solid student as well. 2-TEN (Winter 2006); Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-TSWA-Division II-AS (ATH); 1-Nashville Tennesseean-Midstate (WR); 1-PS-Murphy Fair-D2-AS OFFERS: TEN,MS, VAND,MSST, SCAR,AUB, TENST,AL, CLEM

34 DeMarcus VanDyke DB/DB 6'2 163 4.30 Miami Monsignor Pace Florida Miami VanDyke plays for one of the strongest programs in southeast Florida and was named Second Team All-Dade County for smaller schools as a junior. He has excellent height, jumping ability (39-inch vertical), speed (an amazing 4.30 combine time forty, making him one of the fastest in the nation) and quickness (4.35 shuttle) for a cornerback and just needs to fill out a bit. A smooth runner, he posted 3 INTs as a junior and also excelled as a punt returner. Needs to get stronger (sub-200 bench) to play in college, but he has the frame to do it. A real up-and-comer. He committed to Miami in June. 65-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A (DB) OFFERS: FLA INTL,FLA, AUB,MIA, NCST,OHIO U., MICH,SFLA, NEB,SCAR

35 Cedric Everson DB/WR 6'0 165 4.40 Detroit Mumford Michigan Everson is the Detroit PSLs second best prospect after Joseph Barksdale. Speed is his game and he's a pure cover corner with outstanding ball skills. An all-state sprinter in track (200-neter state qualifyer as a sophomore), Everson was an all-purpose threat as a junior. He registered 55 tackles, 4 sacks and 7 INTs, including two returned for TDs. He finished with 610 all-purpose yards and 6 TDs, including two on punt returns, one kick return, one rushing and two receiving. Tremendous recovery speed. Needs to ad some weight and get stronger. 1-News-A-AS (DB); HM-AP-A-AS; 1-News-Detroit (DB) OFFERS: IND,ND, LSU,MICHST, EMU,IA, IAST,GT, ARK,OHST, FLA,GA

36 Omar Bolden DB/RB/WR 5'11 187 4.35 Ontario Colony California Bolden made a name for himself early, earning First Team Sophomore All-State honors in 2004 after rushing for 654 yards on 96 carries (6.8 ypc), catching 7 passes for 219 yards and registering 23 tackles, 10 assists, 3 fumble recoveries and 1 sack. As a junior, this multi-purpose athlete had 83 carries for 656 yards (7.9 ypc) and 5 TDs and recorded 40 sacks on defense. He has shined during the 2006 combine circuit, showing off tremendous speed (blistering 4.35 forty), quickness (4.22 shuttle) and leaping ability (34-inch vertical). With his soft hands, he could move to WR in college, but after an amazing performance at CB at the USC summer camp that looks top be the position of his future. OFFERS: WASH,UTEP, MICH

37 Antwoine Baker DB/WR 6'1 180 4.40 Los Angeles Jordan California Antwoine is one of the top 5 DBs in California and has that ideal combination of height, speed, great leaping ability (39-inch vertical), long arms and aggressiveness that college coaches are looking for in a CB. He has great coverage skills and loves to hit. As a junior he recorded 40 tackles, 4 INTs, and three sacks. 2.8 GPA. OFFERS: NEB,AZ, MSST,WASH

38 Nate Oliver DB/RB 6'1 200 4.70 Lakewood St. Edward Ohio Ohio Stae What a great year for DBs in Ohio, and the Buckeyes landed a good one in early February when Oliver committed to them. He plays for a strong St. Edward's team and had an outstanding junior season. As a junioir he registered 70 tackles, 12 TFL, 2 INTs and 2 forced fumbles. Excellent at reading and reacting and can really lay the wood. Also excels in coverage. Lacks great straight-ahead speed (4.85 forty at one combine). One scout had this to say about him: "Ohio State got themselves a gem in landing Oliver so early. He wasn't on the radar of a lot of schools yet but his junior film was really impressive. The kid can hit you hard. He also has nice size. I think he could be a three-year starter for them." Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); 2-OPS-AS (DB); HM-Ohio News Network-AS; 1-OPS-I-AS; 1-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County (DB); 40-Cleveland Plain Dealer-PS-Area; 3-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: OHST,MICH

39 Anthony Gildon DB/RB 6'1 187 4.45 Westlake Village Oaks Christian California Oregon Gildon plays on a team with probably the most talented group of rising seniors in the nation. There are over 10 D-1 prospects in his class, including superstar QB Jimmy Clausen and national top 25 types in Marc Tyler and Marshall Jones. Gildon is right in that next tier of high-level D-1 prospects behind the "Big Three". With reported early offers from the likes of Michigan, Nebraska and Tennessee we are talking about one of the better prospects in the state here. As a sophomore, he recorded 31 tackles from his CB position and also caught 7 passes for 76 yards. As a junior, he recorded 46 tackles, 1 sack and 4 INTs. He has grown into a safety prospect and looks very good on film, showing great recovery speed (4.45 forty, runs the sprints in track) and the ability to pack a punch. Effective both against the run and pass. Has a 39-inch vertical. He committed to Oregon in June. OFFERS: KY,MS, OREST,UNLV, MICH,NEB,TEN, ORE,NW, MSST, AZ,SDST, MIA,DUKE

40 Lee Chambers DB/RB/LB 5'11 165 4.56 Coffeeville Mississippi Mississippi State Chambers greatest asset is his speed, as in 10.54 100-meters speed. After that, it also helps to have great hips and good strength for a CB (275 bench, 455 squat). A 1A All-State selection as a junior after rushing for 1,445 yards and 19 TDs on 178 carries. On defense, he registered 47 tackles, 1 sack and 2 INTs as an OLB. Could play either TB or DB in college. Has a nice early offer list He committed to Mississippi State in June.. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MSST,SCAR, MS,AL, SMS,LOU, FSU,TEN, MIA,MICH

41 David Ross DB 6'1 170 4.50 Compton Dominguez California Ross is one of the top CB prospects on the West Coast. He has nice height, long arms and plays tough. Great quickness for his size and has cornerback hips that turn well. Will need to watch his grades. OFFERS: AZ,ORE, OREST,WASH, WASHST,UTAH, MS,MSST, COL,MICH

42 Gerald Jones DB/QB/ATH 5'9 175 4.40 Oklahoma City Millwood Oklahoma A tremendously skilled but undersized athlete, Jones stars at QB for a Millwood program that annually produces a lot of talent. He dominates at the 2A level with his tremendous speed, quickness and agility. He had over 3,000 yards of total offense as a junior, including 1,957 yards and 18 TDs on the ground and 887 yards and 10 TDs passing. Jones was very impressive at the Oklahoma summer camp in 2005. He projects as a CB in college. Jones is one of the top 4 prospects in Oklahoma. Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005); 1-PS-2A-AS (QB; Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman) OFFERS: 17 June Os: FLA,KANST, MICH,OK, OKST,TT, TULSA,ND, VT,TEN

43 Sam Proctor DB/WR/QB 6'0 194 4.40 Pearland Texas Played as a junior at Pasadena Dobie but transferred in early 2006 to Pearland. Was a QB as a junior as he was the team's best athlete, but most like him as a safety. He's got great size, plays very physical and has a college body as a prep junior. As a junor at Dobie he carried the ball 111 times for 799 yards (7.2 avg.) and 15 TDs. He also completd 70 of 126 passes for 807 yards, 7 TDs and just 2 INTs. One of my favorite players in this class. 46-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 27-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS: KAN,LSU, HOU,OK

44 Chris Lett DB 6'2 205 4.45 Pensacola Florida Alabama Lett is a nice-sized cornerback prospect with very good speed, leaping ability (32-inch vertical) and hitting ability. He could also play safety in college due to his fine size. As a junior he recorded 24 tackles, four INTs, seven pass breakups and two forced fumbles. One of the top DBs in Florida. He committed to Alabama in May. 1-Northwest Florida; 1-Pensacola News Journal-Area; 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: FLA,AL, AUB,SFLA

45 Carlton "C.J." Peake DB/LB 6'2 216 4.46 Dayton Trotwood-Madison Ohio Peake is one of many talented DBs in Ohio this year. He has the size, power (255 bench), toughness and nose for the ball to play LB and the speed and quickness to lay safety at the next level. As a junior, he had 109 tackles, 6 INTs and 9 pass break-ups playing for Dayton Meadowdale. He also rushed for 830 yards and 12 TDs. He transferred to Trotwood-Madison in January. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); 2-Southwest Ohio District-II OFFERS: 20+ June Os: PITT,NMEX, WVU,NCAR, EMU,IA, MICHST,IN, ILL,LOU, CIN,MS, WISC,BC,TEN

46 Tony Logan DB/QB/RB 5'11 175 4.40 Piscataway New Jersey Maryland Logan has attracted attention from programs across the nation due to his impressive speed and athleticism. As the team's best athlete, he played QB as a junior and passed for 9 TDs while running for another eight. He's intelligent, qucik and athletic with the ability to play multiple positions at the next level but probably best suited for CB. He really impressed during the 205 combine cicuit. His father, Robert, played at Rutgers. He committed to Maryland in August. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 9-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: RUT,MD,GT, UCONN, ND,PSU, UVA,KANST, MSST,PUR, TEMP,BC, WVU,TEN

47 Earl Thomas DB/RB 5'10 174 4.40 West-Orange Stark Texas Texas A pure cover CB prospect, he has excellent speed and quickness, breaks well off of the ball and packs a big punch in a small body. As a junior two-way starter he rushed for 892 rushing yards and 12 TDs while registering 4 INTs on defense. His family was displaced as a result of Hurricane Rita. Thomas committed in February to Texas, where he will be joining teammate and fellow small speedster Deon Beasley. He's a solid student. One of the top four DBs in Texas. 26-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 30-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-AP-3A-AS (DB); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (RB; Summer 2005) OFFERS: A&M,TEX

48 Ahmad Black DB 5'10 168 4.62 Lakeland Florida Florida Black is one of many talented Class of 2007 prospects at state Class 6A champion Lakeland. He has been a bit overshadowed by some of his big-name classmates, but colleges know just how good he is. He transferred to Lakeland from neighboring Kathleen High for his junior year. He lacks great size, but more than makes up for it with his coverage skils, physcial play, speed and outstanding quickness and agility (4.03 shuttle, 30-inch vertical). He needs to get stronger. Projects as a CB. He committed to Florida in June. 16-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-5A-AS (DB) OFFERS: AL,CLEM, GA,MS,NEB, OHST,FSU, LSU

49 John Jones DB/WR/LB 6'3 210 4.61 Sarasota Booker Florida Florida Jones starred as a DE and WR as a junior and could also play LB or safety in college. I project him as a safety due to his outstanding speed. As a junior, he had 49 receptions for 481 yards. On defense, he recorded 51 solo tackles, 23 assists, a remarkable 23 sacks, 17 TFL, 3 forced fumbles, and 4 fumble recoveries. Tremendous rushing the passer off the edge, he would be ideal on the safety blitz in college. He also prefers to play safety on defense. Has fine strength for a potential DB (275 bench, 395 squat). Is very quick off the ball and plays with great leverage. Has some very high quality early offers. He committed to Florida in August. 35-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006-ATH); OFFERS: LOU,MS, AUB,ND, GA,IAST, WVU,TEN, WAKE,SCAR, MICH,LSU,FLA

50 Chase Minnifield DB 6'0 180 4.45 Lexington Henry Clay Kentucky Virginia As the son of former Louisville and Cleveland Brown great Frank Minnifield, Chase has some great bloodlines. Like pops, he is a talented CB prospect. As a junior, he was named First Team All-Lexington after recording 5 INTs on defense and over 20 receptions as a receiver. He totalled 18 TDs. He committed to Virginia in May. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (DB); 1-Lexington Herald-Leader-City OFFERS: LOU,KEY,UVA, MIDTENST,ILL, MICH,STAN

51 James Scott DB 5'10 165 4.59 Daytona Beach Seabreeze Florida Scott was a Second Team Class 4A selection and First Team All-Central Florida pick as a junior. As a junior, he tallied 66 tackles, 3 INTs and 2 blocked kicks. He scored on 3 of 5 kickoffs he touched. Also scored on an interception. A small but skilled (4.50 shuttle, 32-inch vertical) CB prospect. Lacks great straight/line speed but has great hips. 2-FSWA-4A-AS (DB); 1-Orlando Sentinel-Central Florida; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Volusia County; 1-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area OFFERS: FLA,AL,TEN, TEX,OHST, LSU

52 Maurice Harris DB/LB 6'2 200 4.62 Homestead Florida Harris is one of the top safeties in the South. He has the size to play OLB, but the speed and quickness (4.25 shuttle) to play safety in college. He has really stood out during the 2006 combine season. He played for a school in Georgia as a junior but has returned to Homestead for his senior year. As a junior, he registered 80 tackles and 10 sacks. OFFERS: NCST, GA,FL, MS,RUT, WISC,ITT

53 Brian Gamble DB/RB 6'0 190 4.40 Massillon Washington Ohio Gamble really exploded onto the scene as a junior starter at RB and safety for talent-laden Massillon. He helped lead his team to the state Division 1 title game by rushing for 1,567 yards and 22 TDs, adding 600 yards receiving and 6 TDs and registering 100 tackles, 4 INTs, 6 fumble recoveries and 4 forced fumbles. He made quite a safety tandem with Andrew Dailey. He wants to play defense in college. He's a great hitter and tackler with a nose for the ball. The offers should roll in once he qualifies. One of Ohio's top 10 prospects. 4-OH-JRS (December); HM-Ohio News Network-AS (RB); 2-OPS-I-AS OFFERS: AKRON

54 Courtney Viney DB 5'9 148 4.62 Fresno Edison California UCLA Viney is an undersized but exceptionally talented cover corner out of Fresno Edison, a program that has specialized in producing D-I DBs over the years. He reminds many of former Edison CB Ricky Manning. He has been a standout performer at various combines, including the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio. Great hips, great quickness, great speed, great backpedal, great instincts and plays tough. His dad is 6-3, so he may get taller. As a junior he had 84 tackles and 4 INTs. 3.3 GPA and 1100 SAT. Viney committed to UCLA in March. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-PS-Central Section OFFERS: CAL,WASHST, NEB,UCLA, WASH,AZ

55 Brandon Collins DB/QB 5'10 162 4.40 Brenham Texas Texas Collins is a talented FS and WR prospect who has been a starter since his sophomore year, when he posted 3 INTs. As a junior, he also started at WR and had 667 yards receiving. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine season at both WR and DB. Has some nice early offers. He committed to Texas in June after impressing at the Longhorns' summer camp. 1--Greater Houston 4A-Area (DB); 1-District 18-4A (DB-unan. & WR) OFFERS: OKST,TCU, KAN,WIS,MIA, NEB,A&M,TEX

56 John Williams DB/QB/ATH 5'11 190 4.45 Breaux Bridge Louisiana LSU Williams enjoyed am outstanding junior season in being named First Team Class 4A All-State. Playing all over the field, Williams rushed for 967 yards and 15 TDs and passed for 901 yards and eight TDs. Williams also played defensive back, picking off 8 passes, registering 96 tackles and returning an interception for a TD., He also had 19 kick returns for 627 yards and 2 TDs. He also plays baseball and runs track. 3.3 GPA. I like Williams as a FS as he has a great nose for the ball, but some feel he could play RB at LSU, the school that he committed to in March. 12-LA (Winter 2006); 5-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-AS; 1-LSWA-4A-AS (ATH-OFF); 1-District 5-4A (QB & DB) OFFERS: MS, LSU

57 Antwon Dixon DB/LB 6'1 183 4.53 Terry Mississippi Mississippi State Antwon is one of my favorite prospects in Mississippi. He could be among the top 5 players in the state. He has the speed to play safety and toughness to be a linebacker. As a junior two-way starter, he had 21 receptions for 510 yards receiving and scored 12 TDs while recording 70 tackles, 5 sacks and 6 INTs on defense. His brother plays at Mississippi State. He needs to watch his grades, which has held some schools back in offering. He committed to Mississippi State in September. 2-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-Metro (DB); Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS, MSST

58 Derek Knight DB/RB 6'0 190 4.60 Detroit Renaissance Michigan Knight is one of the top three prospects in the Detroit PSL and yet another talented prospect to emerge in recent years out of Renaissance (Notre Dame's Ronald Talley and Michigan's Carson Butler and Andre Criswell are just a few). As a junior, he registered 148 tackles, 10 sacks, 2 INTs and 5 forced fumbles. A very physical and aggressive safety, possessing a real nose for the ball. Also pretty fast, posting a 11.0 100-meters and 21.9 200-meters as a sophomore. 3.1 GPA in the PSL's top academic school. One of the top 12 prospects in the state. HM-News-Metro; 1-News-Detroit (LB)OFFERS: MIA(OH),TOL, MICHST,IN, GT,MIN, AKRON,WISC, UCLA,AZST, PUR,ILL

59 Donnie Evege DB/RB 5'11 195 4.31 Huber Heights Wayne Height Ohio Ohio State Evege is a super-quick CB prospect who was one of the first prospects in the state to receive an offer from Ohio State. He played all over the place as a junior but will likely just play RB as a senior. He projects as a CB in college due to his quickness, hitting ability and all-around athleticism. Played at Xenia until his junior year. A fine student with a 3.7 GPA. He committed to Ohio State in June. 10-OH-JRS (December); 4-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: PUR,MIA(OH), OHST,WVU, IN,WASH, MARSH

60 Travaris Cadet DB/WR/QB/ATH 6'1 205 4.40 Miami Central Florida Cadet is being recruited by some schools as a QB and other schools as a DB or "athlete". He has a very strong arm and great quicks. As a junior he passed for 15 TDs and rushed for over 400 yards. He wants to play QB, but I think that he could make a special DB with his nice size and speed. 27-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 3-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (QB); 13-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)) OFFERS: VT,FSU, NCST,TEN, FLA,AUB, GA,DUKE, SCAR,MICHST

61 Deshaun Barnes DB/LB 6'2 195 4.40 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Tennessee Barnes plays for traditional power Lincoln and has been overshadowed a bit by classmate Brandon Paul. As a junior, he started at OLB for Lincoln but projects as a safety in college. He has great size, quickness, speed (runs the 4x400-meters and high jumps in track) and athleticism. He has many quality early offers. One of many exceptional DBs in the state. He committed to Tennessee in September. OFFERS: 20 May Os: FSU,FLA, AUB,ILL, LSU,MS, GA,LOU

62 Latravis Washington DB/QB 6'3 210 4.55 Bradenton Bayshore Florida Washington is the cousin of former Nebraska star DB Fabian Washington and he was very impressive at the 2005 Nebraska summer camp. He stars at both QB and DB in high school but, despite his nice arm strength (63-yard throw at the Nebraska camp) projects as a safety at the next level. He has the size and footspeed to make an outstanding safety. As a sophomore, he passed for 600 yards and ran for another 400 yards. 33-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); OFFERS: NEB,MICHST, LOU,AUB, OHST,MICH

63 Artis Chambers DB/LB/P 6'1 190 4.50 Fort Wayne Snider Indiana Michigan An athletic safety prospect, Chambers has the frame to add a lot of weight and plays a very physical and aggressive style of ball. Fine speed. Had 8 interceptions as a sophomore and was a rare sophomore named to the Junior All-State team. Teams threw away from him as a junior but he still managed 3 picks. He can really come up and support the run well. Will also start at QB as a senior. A solid student, Chambers surprised a lot of people by committing to Michigan in February 2005. One of the top 4 prospects in Indiana. SM-Herald-Tribune-AS; 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS (DB) OFFERS: PUR, IN, MICH

64 Tekerrian Cuba DB 6'3 187 4.40 Tyler Lee Texas Cuba is a nice-sized safety prospect from a strong Tyler Lee program. As a junior he registered 78 tackles, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. As a sophomore he started on Lee's Class 5A Division I state championship team. Cuba has good height, solid speed, makes good reads and plays aggressively on the field. He also runs track. One of the top DBs in Texas. 13-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); Texas Top 16 (Winter 2006); 11-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: A&M,HOU, TT,MO, NEB

65 James Thomas DB 5'11 176 4.63 La Marque Texas Thomas has nice size, power and instincts for a CB and plays fast on the field. He is considered to be one of the top five DBs in the state. He has looked very good on the combine circuit. Very good both against the run and the pass, his specialty is making big plays. As a junior, Thomas was a standout, tallying 90 tackles and 11 INTs. 8-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 71-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1--Greater Houston 4A-Area; 1-District 23-4A (DEF-MVP) OFFERS: BAY,MO, TT,UTEP, KANST, NMST,IAST

66 Darius Davis DB 6'0 173 4.63 Memphis Whitehaven Tennessee Davis was a sophomore starter for a 5-5 5A team in 2004 but broke his ankle in the fourth game of his junior season so is a bit of a sleeper. Before going down with the injury, he registered 3 INTs and 8 PBUs. He has returned for the combine circuit and played like a demon, showing great coverage skills, leaping ability (38-inch vertical) and flexible hips. He is now considered to be one of the South's premier corners. OFFERS: VT,ILL, PITT,MARSH

67 Desmond Jackson DB 6'0 190 4.50 Seguin Texas Oklahoma Jackson is a versatile DB who is being looked at by colleges as both a safety and CB. He has good size and strength together with the speed and flexible hips that would enable thim to play CB. He has some nice early offers. He committed to Oklahoma in June. 86-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 1-District 25-5A (DB) OFFERS: OKST,NEB,OK, AZ,ARK,SMU

68 Davon Morgan DB/QB 6'1 182 4.58 Richmond Varina Virginia Virginia Tech Morgan is one of the top 8 prospects in Virginia and the cousin of Michigan signee Brandon Minor. As the team's best athlete, he starts at QB as well as playing in the secondary. He projects as a safety in college as he lacks the great speed to play CB. As a sophomore, he passed for 787 yards and 17 TDs while tossing just 2 INTs. He also carried the ball 29 times for 140 yards and 2 TDs. As a junior, he completed 70 of 138 passes for 1,402 yards and 20 TDs while throwing just 6 INTs. He rushed for 505 yards and 7 TDs on 75 carries. On defense, he registered 9 INTs, returning 3 for TDs. A great, hard-working youngster, he is a smart player with a great nose for the football and a physical demeanor. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. 3-VA (Winter 2005); 1-AP-AAA-AS (UT); 1-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (DB); HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (QB); 1-Capital District (QB & DB; OFF PoY)OFFERS: VT,MICH, TEN

69 Jordan Mabin DB/RB 5'10 175 4.42 Macedonia Nordonia Ohio Jordan is an outstanding RB who projects as a CB in college. Jordan has gotten a bit taller the past year which should help attract more offers. This spring he has really shined at various combines, matching up well with some of the nation's top receivers. He is a blazer with tremendous recovery speed (10.8 1200-meters) and outstanding quickness and agility (4.10 shuttle). He has been a starter since his freshman year. As a sophomore, he ran for 1,787 yards and scored 21 TDs on 253 carries. As a junior, he rushed for 1,495 yards and 22 TDs and recorded 19 tackles and 2 INTs on defense. A cousin of Pittsburgh signee Dorin Dickerson. Top 15 RBs-OH-JRS (December); HM-Ohio News Network-AS (RB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Medina/Summit/Portage Counties (RB); 9-Cleveland Plain Dealer-PS-Area; 1-RB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: PITT,IN, KENT ST, AKRON,MARSH, CIN,NW

70 Johnnie Lee Dixon DB 5'11 176 4.45 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Auburn Another talented skill kid out of Glades Central. Has the advantage of going up daily against two of the top receivers in the nation (Deonte Thompson and Tarus McKinley). Has emerged during the spring combine circuit as a legit SEC-caliber corner prospect, showing off fine recover speed, open hips and an ability to blanket speedy receivers. Did not play as a junior due to academis and still needs to work on his grades. Defensive MVP at Auburn summer camp. He committed to Auburn in June. OFFERS: GA,FLA, ORE,AUB

71 C.J. Fleming DB/WR 5'11 175 4.48 Highland Springs Virginia Tennessee Fleming teams with Chris Hill to form one of the best secondary duos in the nation. As a junior he picked off 6 passes, had 8 pass breakups and 39 tacklesin earning All-Region and First Team All-Metro Richmond honors. He's a pure CB and has decent size, excellent quickness and great football savvy, with a good nose for the ball. One of the better DBs on the Atlantic Coast. He committed to Tennessee in August. 7-VA (Winter 2005); 1-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (DB); 1-Capital District (DB) OFFERS:9 May Os: NCAR,NCST, MD,UVA, TEN,WVU, GA,LOU, VT

72 Jerrell McDaniel DB/WR 6'0 180 4.40 East St. Louis Illinois McDaniel enjoyed a breakout junior season for a talented East St. Louis team, emerging as one of the elite prospects in Illinois. As a junior he scoried 20 TDs and nine two-point conversions, for a total of 138 points. He caught 42 passes for 1,046 yards (24.9 avg.). On defense, he racked up 79 tackles and two interceptions. A speedy and very quick athlete who could star on either side of the ball. Will need to work on his academics, but there's no doubting his athletic abilities. 1-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro (WR) OFFERS: MO,ILL,MN

73 Evan Rodriguez DB/QB 6'3 200 4.50 North Bergen New Jersey Rodriguez is a tall, hard-hitting and rangy safety prospect and one of the top overall prospects in the Garden State. Playing both ways as a sophomore, he recorded 70 tackles and five INTs on defense and rushed for 700 yards and 12 TDs as a RB. As a junior, he had 50 tackles and 3 INTs. He bench presses 255-pounds and squats 355-pounds. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 6-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-PS-North Jersey (DB); PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DB) OFFERS: RUT,TEMP, CIN,PITT

74 Quantavius Sturdivant DB/QB/ATH 6'2 220 4.50 West Stanly North Carolina A talented and very versatile athlete who played QB and DB as a junior, rushing for 745 yards and 6 TDs on 111 carries and completing 97 of 179 passes for 1,794 yards and 12 TDs. On defense, he posted 12 tackles and 1 INT. As a sophomore he posted 43 tackles on defense, completed 69 of 146 passes for 1,190 yards and 13 TDs, and carried the ball 155 times for 1,056 yards and eleven more scores in being named All-Conference. One of the top 10 prospects in the state, I like him as a free safety in college due to his great size speed and hitting ability. He could even grow into an OLB. 11-NC (Winter 2006); Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005) OFFERS: NCAR,NCST, SCAR

75 Nicolas Grigsby DB/RB 5'11 184 4.51 Santa Fe Springs St. Paul California Arizona Grigsby is being recruited by most schools as an "athlete" but I like him best as a DB. He has really, really blown up during the 2006 combine circuit, testing exeptionally well (4.32 shuttle, 30-inch vertical, 4.51 forty, 8 bench reps) As a junior, he rushed for 1,813 yards and 22 TDs. He has some very high quality early offers and has emerged as one of the top DBs in the state. He committed to Arizona in June. OFFERS: MS,WASH, ORE,UCLA, OREST, KY,AZ, WASHST,AZST

76 Tyrell Worthington DB/RB 6'0 183 4.56 Winterville South Central North Carolina Worthington has really exploded during the 2006 combine circuit, emerging as one of the top prospects on the Atlantic Coast. A two-way star as a junior, he projects at CB in college. As a junior he had 140 carries for 1,129 yards and posted 8 INTs from his FS spot. As a sophomore, he rushed for 1,400 yards. As a freshman, he rushed for 200 yards in the last game of the season. He can cut on a dime and has great hips. A three-sport athlete, he's also a major league prospect as a baseball centerfielder. 9-NC (Winter 2006); 1-Daily Reflector (PoY); Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005) OFFERS: NCST,VT, ECAR, SCAR,CLEM

77 Art Evans DB/WR 6'1 160 4.47 Lakeland Evangel Christian Florida Tennessee Evans has been overshadowed a bit by the prospects at crosstown power Lakeland High, but he is a top-level D-I recruit in his own right and has the early offers to back up that claim. The measurables are there. He has nice height, 4.47 speed, nice quickness (4.25 shuttle) and a 34-inch vertical. He just needs to fill out a bit. As a junior two-way performer, he had 62 receptions for 1,329 yards and 16 TDs and intercepted 11 passes on defense, returning two for scores. He also had 55 tackles. He earned First Team Class 1B All-State honors. As a sophomore, he had 9 INTs. Projects as a CB in college. He committed to Tennessee in July. 90-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-1B-AS (WR) OFFERS: DUKE,IN, IAST,CFLA, GT,MS, SFLA,CFLA, OHST,GA, WVU,TEN

78 Victor Reynolds DB/RB 5'11 190 4.40 South Grand Prairie Texas Reynolds was the second best back in Wisconsin, just behind superstar John Clay. A two-way all-conference performer as a junior, Reynolds is a track star (23-7 long jump, 48-11 triple jump, top sprinter) who runs with excellent speed (10.8 100-meters as a freshman), good balance, quickness (4.35 shuttle) and vision. Also has a 34-inch vertical. I like him as a DB due to his size and physical play. Transferred to powerful Oak Creek from Milwaukee Bradley Tech for his senior year but was declared ineligible to play as a senior due to recruiting violations on the part of Oak Creek. He transferred to South Grand Prairie for his senior year. Has some quality early offers. 4-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006) ; 2-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-Area (DB) OFFERS: NEB,MIN, WISC,ILL, NW

79 Todd Doxey DB/WR 6'2 180 4.50 San Diego Hoover California Doxey is one of the better prospects out of San Diego this year. A talented two-way performer, he has nice size and very good speed. As a junior, he had 36 receptions for 740 yards and 3 TDs. On defense, he had 97 tackles, 5 INTs, 4 fumble recoveries and 4 forced fumbles. A real ball-hawk who can lay the wood and also cover effectively, he was named his Conference's Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ahead of Miami-bound senior Josh Holmes. Also stars in basketball. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DB); 1-San Diego Union-Tribune-Area (DB) OFFERS: SDST,COLST, ORE

80 Quincy Landingham DB/RB 5'11 202 4.48 Bloomfield Hils Lahser Michigan Michigan State Landingham has a nice combination of size, strength and sub-4.5 speed. He looked very impressive at the 2005 Ohio State summer camp. A talented two-way star, some schools are recruiting him as a TB but he prefers to play safety in college. He has great power for his size (300 bench). As a junior, he averaged over 10 yards per carry in rushing for over 1,000 yards and 10 TDs. An excellent 3.8 student at a good school. He also has major league baseball potential. Committed to Michigan State in April. HM-News-A-AS; HM-News-Metro; 1-News-North (SPEC) OFFERS: MICHST,PUR, IN,STAN, GT,NW

81 Mason Robinson DB/RB 5'11 185 4.41 Somerville New Jersey Cadet is being recruited by some schools as a QB and other schools as a DB or "athlete". He has a very strong arm and great quicks. As a junior he passed for 15 TDs and rushed for over 400 yards. He wants to play QB, but I think that he could make a sp Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 8-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: RUT,UVA, BC, TEMP

82 Akeem Auguste DB 5'11 175 4.50 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida Auguste was a Second Team Class 2A All-State selection and is one of the top DB prospects in southeastern Florida. As a junior, he recorded 60 tackles and 7 INTs. Also excels as a return man, having returned 20 punts for 529 yards and 2 TDs. Nice quickness and good hips. Has some quality early offers. 2-FSWA-2A-AS (DB); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small OFFERS: MS,FLA, AUB,UVA, SCAR,PITT, FSU

83 D.J. Campbell DB/WR/QB 6'0 177 4.54 North Las Vegas Cheyenne Nevada Campbell played QB,RB,WR,CB, and S as a junior at Cheyenne, stepping in for Oklahoma signee Quinton Carter at QB. He didn't put up great numbers as a QB (Completed 16 of 58 passes - 28% - for 420 yards, 4 TDs, 5 INTs. Carried the ball 52 times for 167 yards and 5 TDs), but his future is as a DB and some feel that he has better athletic ability (11.1 100-meters, 21-1 long jump, 6-2 high jump) than Carter. He has tested exceptionally well during the 2006 combine circuit, running a 4.54 forty, 4.25 shuttle, verticalling 39-inches and doing a solid 16 reps on the bench press. Has the tools to become a star. 8-QB-NV (-March 4, 2006); 20-NV-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: UNLV,FRESST, MICH

84 Elliott McGaskin DB/RB 6'1 195 4.60 Mobile B.C. Rain Alabama McGaskin teams with Ryan Williams to form an outstanding secondary due. Both were quite impressive at the San Antonio U.S. Army Junior All-American Combine in January. As a junior, he had 95 tackles, eight TFL and one INT. On offense, he rushed for about 1,200 yards and 10 TDs. He projects as a safety in college due to his physical style of play, nose for the ball, strength (265 bench, 480 squat) and leaping ability (37-inch vertical). He could also play CB due ot his fine hips and coverage skills. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); HM-ASWA-5A-AS (RB); HM-5A-AS OFFERS: MS,WVU, SFLA, CLEM, MSST,LA-MON, LA-LAF

85 Jamison Hughes DB/WR 6'0 191 4.59 Oxford Mississippi Mississippi The son of Ole Miss DB coach Tony Hughes will be playing for pops in college as he committed to Mississippi back in February. He played as a sophomore at Ruston in Louisiana before transferring to Oxford for his junior year. As a junior, he registered 52 tackles, 1 INT and 7 PBUs in earning First Team All-District honors. A very big, athletic and physical prep CB who will probably shift to safety in college due to his great hitting ability. He has really stood out during the 2006 combine circuit, proving that he is much more than just a gimme recruit. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS,SMS

86 Cris Hill DB/WR 6'0 175 4.40 Highland Springs Virginia Hill is a smooth CB prospect, possessing excellentsspeed, quickness and hips. He's perhaps even a better athlete than touted teammate C.J. Flemikng, but he lacks his football savvy. Also stars at WR, but with his hips he will play CB in college. OFFERS: NCAR,NCST, MD,UVA, TEN,WVU

87 Jonathan Smith DB/LB 6'2 195 4.40 Durham Hillside North Carolina North Carolina State Smith really blew-up during the 2006 combine circuit and is now considered by many to be among the top 12 prospects in North Carolina. He could play either OLB or safety in college. He has a nice frame, great agility (4.4shuttle) and excellent leaping ability (37-inch vertical). As a junior LB, he had 91 tackles and 15 TFL. He's a forcefull and ferocious tackler, but with his leaping ability, quickness and hips he would make an ideal safety in college. He committed to North Carolina in April. OFFERS:NEB,NCAR

88 Mario Butler DB 6'2 185 4.58 Jacksonville Nease Florida Georgia Tech Butler is a tall and rangy CB prospect who has the size to handle opposing teams' tall and athletic receivers. As a junior, he helped lead his team to the state Class 4 A title, recording 43 tackles, 16 assists and 2 INTs. He's working on improving his speed and strength, but there's no questioning his athleticism. He committed to Georgia Tech in July. OFFERS:GT,MD, VT,SCAR, BC,VANDY, FLA INTL, NEB,CLEM, LOU,ARK, CFLA,WVU

89 John Knox DB/RB 6'2 185 4.50 Statesboro Georgia Georgia Knox helped lead Statesboro to the state AAAA title as a junior and was named Honorable Mention All-State. He is very physical and has a real nose for the ball. This hard-hitting safety prospect is effective both coming up to support the run and dropping back into pass coverage. One of the top five defensive backs in the state. He committed to Georgia in June. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); HM-Atlanta JC-AAAA-AS (DB) OFFERS:GT,MD, OKST,GA, TROYST

90 Jeremy Kerley DB/QB/ATH 5'10 175 4.50 Hutto Texas TCU Kerley is a rapidly rising athlete out of Texas who plays QB and CB in high school but will just play CB in college. One of the top skill kids in central Teaxs, already as a sophomore he was named the District 19-3A Defensive Player of the Year after registering 84 tackles and 6 INTs. He committed to TCU in July. 1--Central Texas (UT-OFF); 1-PS-Central Texas; Top 120 JuniorsTexas (ATH; Summer 2005) OFFERS: TCU,BAY, NEB,AZ,MO,OK, TT,COL, A&M,TCU

91 Michael Bowman DB/RB/WR 5'11 159 4.50 Wadesboro Anson County North Carolina South Carolina Bowman isa talented two-way prepster who projects as a CB in college due to his fine speed, hips, leaping ability (32-inch vertical) and coverage skills. As a junior, he had 160 carries for 1,341 yards. He has also looked good during the 2006 combine circuit. He has nice quickness and balance as a RB, but his lack of size will not make him an everydown RB in college. Needs to get a bit bigger and stronger to play CB in the ACC. He committed to South Carolina in June. 23-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS:SCAR,VT, FLA,OKST, ECAR,TEN

92 Jamire Williams DB 6'0 180 4.40 Jacksonville First Coast Academy Florida Fast, well-built, high leaping (35-inch vertical) and athletic. Williams is a track sprinter (100 and 200 meters) and packs a load on the field, not afraid to lay the wood on the ball carrier. A real sleeper who can run, cover and hit. His junior season was his first year at CB. Offers really came rolling in over the summer. OFFERS: UCONN,SFLA, BALL ST, SCAR, TEN,WVU, NEB,GT, OHST,NCST, OKST,FLA

93 Troy Woolfolk DB 5'11 180 4.40 Fort Bend Dulles Texas Michigan The son of former Michigan star RB Butch Woolfolk, Troys future is in the defensive backfield. Like dad, however, he has some serious speed (10.4 100-meters). Not a geat year for CBs in Texas but Woolfolk is one of the better ones and early on he is receiving looks from some of the area's top programs along with his father's alma mater. He committed to Michigan in June. 81-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 1-District 20-5A (DB) OFFERS: HOU,NEB, MICH,A&M

94 Vance Cuff DB 5'11 170 4.35 Moultrie Colquitt County Georgia Georgia Cuff is a quick and fast (runs the sprints in track) cover corner who really emerged during the spring evaluation period. More effective against the pass than against the run. He has some nice early offers. He committed to Georgia in August.OFFERS: AUB,IL, OHST,GA, FLA

95 Chaz Powell DB/WR 6'1 184 4.44 New Freedom Susquehannock Pennsylvania Penn State Powell enjoyed a coming out party at the State College Nike camp in 2006, earning offers from the likes of Georgia after running a 4.44 forty and looking very good in drills. He has excellent quickness, nice hip movement and excels in his coverage skills. With his nice size he projects as a safety. He committed to Penn State in June. 21-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS:UCONN,DEL,JAMES MAD,GA, PSU,BC, TEMP,PUR

96 Aaron Henry DB/WR 6'0 175 4.50 Immokalee Florida A First Team All-Naples Area selection as a junior, this southwestern Florida sleeper has quietly been racking up high quality offers during the spring evaluation period. As a junior, he recorded 34 tackles and 4 INTs while hauling in passes for 227 yards and 2 TDs in a running offense. Runs track. Great student. 1-Naples Daily News-Area OFFERS: MS,UNLV, CFLA,SFLA,NEB, OHST,WVU, CLEM, DUKE, IN,UVA, NCST,IAST

97 Michael Slade DB 6'2 185 4.50 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Auburn Slade is a tall, fast and physical CB prospect from one of the nation's elite programs. A triple jumper in track. Teams ran away from him, so his stats were down, with just 15 tackles and 2 INTs. Has been overlooked by many early due to the other exceptional talent on his team, but he has some nice offers. He committed to Auburn in May. OFFERS: AUB,ILL, MS,MD, LSU,SCAR, NCST, MICHST

98 Stephfon Green DB/WR/RB 5'10 184 4.35 Bronx Kennedy New York Penn State Green is one of the better prospects in New York and emerged during the spring evaluation period as a major prospect after having been a relative sleeper beforehand. As a junior, he rushed forf over 1,000 yards and 13 TDs. His college future, however, will be at CB, in part due to his outstanding sub-4.4 speed, great quickness, great hips and early break on the ball. He committed to Penn State in July. OFFERS: PSU

99 Moses Jenkins DB/WR 6'3 171 4.56 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida Jenkins has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit and picked up some quality early offers. He has the size to project as a safety but the quickness (4.22 shuttle) and hips to hang with very fast receivers. 31-inch vertical. Could also project at WR. OFFERS: CENFLA, LAFAYETTE,AUB, NEB,SCAR, RUT,AKRON, FLA,WISC, IA,MIN

100 Bret Harris DB/LB/RB 6'0 190 4.40 Irving MacArthur Texas A First Team Class 5A All-District selction as a junior at OLB, Harris projects as a safety in college. A two-way star, as a sophomore he rushed for 13 TDs. A strong and physical safety who can really run. Has some high quality early offers. 1-District 6-5A (OLB) OFFERS: NEB,OKST, TCU,OK, KANS,ARK

101 Curtis Thomas DB/QB 6'1 190 4.46 Aldine Texas Kansas State A good athlete who plays tough, Thomas is one of the better safety prospects in Texas. He has good speed (runs track), leaping ability (38-inch vertical) and excellent strength, especially in the lower body (480 squat, 295 bench). As a junior, playing both corner and safety, Thomas tallied 78 tackles and 25 TFL. Very effective against the pass, he also has the strength and instincts to defend against the run. His uncle, Juqua Thomas, played in the NFL. He committed to Kansas State in August. 69-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 2-District 18-5A (DB); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: NEB,BAY, KANST,KAN, MICHST, HOU,ILL

102 Addison Williams DB 5'9 167 4.42 Atlanta Westlake Georgia South Carolina Williams is a quick but slightly undersized CB prospect who made a name for himself during the 2005 combine circuit. As a junior, Williams tallied 32 tackles, 6 INTs and scored 5 TDs on returns. As a sophomore, he was the 7th leading tackler on the team with 54 and also returned an interception 18 yards for a TD. He has run a 4.36 camp forty, benches 265, squats 320 and has a 33-inch vertical leap. A fearless defender who is especially strong in man-to-man coverage. If he were a couple of inches taller he would be a national recruit. 3.7 GPA. Impressive during the 2006 combine circuit. Plays for a program that has produced a lot of D-I talent in recent years. He committed to South Carolina in May. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006); 2-Atlanta JC-City/South Metro (DB) OFFERS: SCAR,MSST, GT,IN, TULANE

103 Marquis Coleman DB 6'1 180 4.50 Chester South Carolina Two-way talent who rushed for 920 yards and 17 TDs (6.7 ypc) and recorded 58 tackles and 5 INTs as a junior. Good athlete with fine closing speed and decent strength. Projects as a safety in college. Needs to play lower. Was very impressive at the Michigan summer camp. OFFERS: KY,PITT, MARSH, MIDTENST

104 Jamell Fleming DB 5'11 187 4.53 Arlington Seguin Texas Oklahoma Fleming really emerged during the 2006 combines after missing most of his junior season due to an injury. He has the fluid hips colleges like to see in a CB, fine speed (runs the sprints in track), excellent agility (4.16 shuttle) and fine leaping ability (34-inch vertical). As a sophomore, he earned First Team All-District honors after posting 75 tackles and 7 INTs. He has some nice early offers. He committed to Oklahoma in June. OFFERS: BAY,UCLA, WISC,CFLA, A&M,FLA, TT,OK

105 DaNorris Searcy DB/RB/LB 6'1 207 4.48 Decatur Towers Georgia North Carolina A talented two-way back, Searcy rushed for 707 yards and 7 TDs and registered 51 tackles, 4 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries in just 8 games as a junior. An Honorable Menbtion All-Stater, Searcy has a real nose for the ball and plays a tough and aggressive brand of football. He played LB on defense but most schools like him as a safety as he needs to get bigger to play LB. He has some nice early offers. He committed to North Carolina in July. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MD,FLA, GT,LSU, SMS,NCAR

106 Barry Valcin DB 5'11 177 4.40 Port Arthur Memorial Texas Valcin is a quick cover corner who also has outstanding leaping ability (38-inch vertical). He is very physical for a corner. He looked very good at the San Antonio U.S. Army All-American Combine in January. A First Team Class 5A All-District selection as a junior, Valcin has a nice build but needs to get a bit stronger (215 bench, 340 squat). Also plays basketball and baseball. Valcin committed to LSU in March. 67-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 46-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 22-5A-Zone B OFFERS: LSU

107 Colin Parker DB/LB 6'2 205 4.50 Chandler Hamilton Arizona Arizona State Parker is one of the top six prospects in Arizona. As a junior, he suffered a tear in the ACL late in the season but he should fully recover. He had over 44 tackles and 3 sacks at the time of the injury. As a sophomore starter on a 13-1 state champion team, he posted 20 tackles, 29 assists and 2 INTs. A prep LB, he's a hybrid prospect, with a frame that could fill out and keep him at linebacker and possessing the speed and quickness to make the move to safety in college. He plays a very physical brand of football. Also a two-time state champion on the baseball team and a major league prospect. He committed to Arizona State in April. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006) OFFERS: AZST

108 David Arnold DB 6'0 185 4.47 Copley Ohio Northwestern A Second Team Northeast Inland District DB as a junior, Arnold also stars as a WR in high school. As a junior, he recorded 85 tackles and 7 INTs, returning one for a touchdown. He also added 23 receptions for 550 yards and 3 TDs. On defense, he has very good field awareness, hitting ability and coverage skills. A well-rounded DB who I like as a CB but could also play safety or WR in college. Arnold's father, Dave, was a DB at Michiganin the 1980s. Class act. 3.4 GPA. He committed to Northwestern in August. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); 2-Northeast Inland District-II (DB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Medina/Summit/Portage Counties (DB) OFFERS: ILL,AKRON,SYR,IN,EMU

109 Anthony Wright DB/RB 6'2 180 4.66 Compton California One of the better prospects in the Los Angeles area, Wright excelled at both RB and DB as a junior. As a junior, he carried the ball 100 times for 1,020 yards and 5 TDs and recorded 51 tackles and 3 INTs. A speedy and physical athlete who projects as a DB in college due to his hitting ability. Runs the sprints in track. Great work ethic. 2.7 GPA and passed the test..5 seconds; HM-CAL-AS (DB) OFFERS:BAY,MS, NEB,COLST

110 Sherod Murdock DB 6'1 175 4.50 Tampa Middleton Florida Alabama Sherod is the younger brother of South Carolina signee O.J. Murdock. A relative sleeper in talent-rich Florida, he looked very good at the Alabama summer camp in 2005 and was offered early by the Crimson Tide. He's a cover corner with fine height, good instincts and good speed. He needs to get stronger (200 bench, 300 squat). He has started since his sophomore year and as a junior had 3 INTs. OFFERS: AL,MD, NCST,PITT, OHST

111 Marty Carr DB/WR 6'2 185 4.40 Orlando Dr. Phillips Florida Carr is another under-the-radar skill athleter out of Florida, a state again loaded with skill kids. A fine CB and also a talented prospect at WR and could project either way in college. Looked very good at the Auburn camp. Fine speed and nice hips. 39-inch vertical doesn't hurt. OFFERS: GA,MD, MS,SCAR, AUB, MICH,COL

112 Joe Holland DB/RB 6'2 191 4.45 Indianapolis Chatard Indiana Playing for one of the better programs in Indiana, Holland really exploded as a junior two-way back, rushing for 2,257 yards and 32 TDs on 331carires. As a sophomore, he rushed for 973 yards and 11 TDs. He also started as a freshman. With his frame, speed, athleticism and hitting ability he projects as a safety in college. Also a 4.0+ student. One of the top eight prospects in Indiana. 1-Indianapolis Star-AS (ATH); 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-Indianapolis Star-City OFFERS: PUR,IN, NILL,NW

113 Shane Potter DB/WR/RB 6'2 192 4.60 Becker Minnesota Minnesota Potter is one of the top three prospects in Minnesota. A versatile prep performer, as a junior he had 46 receptions for 786 yards and 15 TDs. He also rushed for 393 yards and 6 TDs, and completed 6 of 13 passes for 173 yards and 2 TDs. Defensive back could be his best position. He had 45 tackles and 31 assists and 4 INTs. I like him as a safety in college. He's an excellent tackler with solid technique. Can play from sideline-to-sideline, with the size and instincts to support the run and the quickness and ball skills to cover. Also stars in basketball. 2-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS (WR); 1--AS (CB); 1-St. Cloud Times-Area (Player of Year); 1-Mississippi 8 OFFERS: MIN

114 Tony Jackson DB/RB 5'9 183 4.58 Rochester Bishop Kearney New York Duke Jackson was a First Team All-Stater as a junior and could be the top prospect in western New York. As a junior, he carried the ball 176 times for 1590 yards (9.03 ypc) and registered 41 tackles, 35 assists, 9.5 sacks and 1 INT on defense. He has excelled at various 2006 combines, showing great toughness, coverage ability, agility (4.16 shuttle) and leaping ability (37-inch vertical). He committed to Duke in August. 1-NYSWA-C-AS (RB); 1-Rochester Democrat & Chronicle-Greater Rochester (LB) OFFERS: DUKE

115 Eain Smith DB 5'11 175 4.50 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida A Second Team Miami Herald All-Broward County Small School selection as a junior, Smith plays for a small school power that is loaded with talent. He has looked very goos during the 2006 combine circuit, showing fine speed and excellent quickness. As a junior, he was one of his team's top tacklers. He has some nice early offers. 75-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A OFFERS: AUB,FLA, UVA,PITT

116 Taveion Cuffee DB 6'0 185 4.45 Virginia Beach First Colonial Virginia One of the better athletes in the talent-rich Tidewater Bay areas, Cuffee is a shutdown corner with the sort of size, speed and agility to succeed at the D-I level. Tennessee was the first school to offer. Needs to focus more on his academics. 2-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot) OFFERS: TEN

117 Leroy Diggs DB/QB/ATH 5'11 190 4.38 Batesville South Panola Mississippi Mississippi Diggs projects as a DB in college, but as a junior he quarterbacked state power South Panola toanother state championship, passing for 956 yards and 15 TDs and rushing for 1,450 yards and 14 TDs. He is a compact, very fast and athletic DB. 2.7 GPA. Committed to Mississippi in February, where he will be playing together with two South Panola classmates. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS

118 Dan Mulrooney DB 6'1 190 4.40 Waterbury Holy Cross Connecticut Boston College Mulrooney is a sleeper safety prospect despite rushing for 1,700 yards and scoring 30 touchdowns as a junior. Has a nice frame and excellent sub-4.5 speed. He looked very good at the Bostoin College summer camp and committed to the Eagles in June. OFFERS: UCONN,BC

119 Joseph Nicholas DB/WR 6'3 198 4.50 Homestead Florida Nicholas is a headhunter who tallied 56 tackles and two interceptions as a junior. At WR, he had 9 catches for 159 yards and 3 TDs. I like him as a safety due to his hitting ability. He has very good strength (280 bench and 20 reps, 395 squat) and exceptional leaping ability (36-inch vertical). 2.7 GPA. 67-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); OFFERS: PITT,FLA, WISC

120 Kellen Kiilsgaard DB/QB/WR 6'2 210 4.65 Auburn Washington Kiilsgaard is a talented multi-purpose player, who could play either DB, WR or QB in college. I like him best as a safety. As a junior, he was named First Team Seattle Star-Times All-Area after leading Auburn to share of the SPSL North crown while being named the league's Defensive Back of Year, as well as Offensive Back of Year as quarterback. He registered 45 solo tackles, had 15 assists and had 4 INTs from his FS spot. On offense, he passed for 650 yards and 3 TDs and rushed for 837 yards and 14 TDs. He has ideal skills for a safety, with nice size, strength (nearly 400 squat) and agility (4.65 shuttle). He also has the ability to play baseball (pitcher) at the next level. Excellent 4.0 student. Top 15 WA QBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006); 2-4A-AS (DB); HM-4A-AS (QB); 1-Seattle Star-Times-Area (DB); 1-SPSL-North (QB & DB - OFF & DEF Back of Year) OFFERS: IDAHO,ORE, WASHST,STAN, OREST,AZST, AZ,CAL

121 Daryl Robinson DB/WR 5'10 170 4.47 Philadelphia Northeast Catholic Pennsylvania Temple Robinson is one of the top prospects in Philadelphia. He is a small but quick (4.28 shuttle and 34-inch vertical) and speedy CB prospect. As a junior, he had 65 tackles and 5 INTs and on offense accounted for over 1,000 all-purpose yards (500 rushing and 200 receiving) and 10 TDs. A real playmaker, he needs to get stronger (7 bench reps). He has really fluid hips. He was briefly committed to West Virginia in early May before opening up his recruitment again. He committed to Temple in June, a huge get for the Owls. 23-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 20-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: WVU,UCONN, TEMP

122 Shane Anderson DB/WR/P 6'1 202 4.53 Scottsdale Saguaro Arizona Anderson exploded onto the scene during the 2006 May evaluaton period, posting test results that are downright obscene. At one combine he posted a 4.55 forty, 4.00 shuttle, 41.2-inch vertical and 47 reps in thre bench press. Nobody in the entire nation has tested better in recent history. And he isn't just one of those prospects who looks like Tarzan but plays like Jane. As a junior, this versatile performer caught 52 passes for 865 yards and 14 TDs, carried the ball 35 times for 205 yards and 3 TDs, passed for 285 yards and 4 TDs, returned 28 punts for 805 yards and averaged 43 yards per punt. He also started on defense. In fact, with his great strength and closing speed he probably projects best as a safety at the next level. Excellent student. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006) OFFERS: NEV,UTEP, COLST,

123 Terance Calais DB/ATH 6'0 192 4.52 Patterson Louisiana Calais earned First Team Class 3A All-State honors as a junior after registering 163 tackles, 17 TFL, 9 forced fumbles, and 8 pass breakups). He also looked very good at the U.S. Army Combine in San Antonio. He's a very physical, quick and athletic safety prospect. He has great bloodlines as well, as his dad is former LSU DB Ivory Hilliard and he has several uncles who also starred at LSU. Just a great hitter. 2.8 GPA. 3-LA (Winter 2006); 16-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-AS; 1-LSWA-3A-AS (DB) OFFERS: TULANE

124 Shane Horton DB/WR 6'2 195 4.50 Sherman Oaks Notre Dame California Horton will be a three-year starter for the powerful Notre Dame program, starting at CB as a sophomore and safety his junior season. He also starts at WR. With his size, range, strength (275 bench, 385 squat) and hitting ability he projects as a safety in college. He needs to learn to read coverages better. As a junior he had 35 receptions for 610 yards and four TDs and registered 4 INTs and over 60 tackles. 2.8 GPA. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 5-DB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 11-25-LA Daily News-PS-WR

125 Justin Chatman DB 5'11 169 4.40 Mesquite Horn Texas Chatman was a First Team Class 5A All-District performer as a junior after registering 76 tackles, 8 pass-break-ups, 2 fumble recoveries and 2 sacks. He followed that up with a tremendous 2006 combine season, showing off great speed, agility (4.18 shuttle) and quickness in locking into one talented WR after another in one-on-one drills. He's very quick but also plays very physical ball for his size. Only knock is his lack of great size, but his skills make him one of the better DBs in the state. 1-District 12-5A OFFERS: UTEP,VANDY, MIN

126 Brandon Thigpen DB/WR 6'4 190 4.65 Moreno Valley Rancho Verde California Thigpen is a two-way standout at WR and safety and is receiving college attention on both sides of the ball. As a junior, he had 70 receptions for about 600 yards and regustered 30 tackles. I like him as a safety, but he has a frame that could fill out and even make him a linebacker. Also runs track. He needs to pick up his academics. OFFERS: NEB

127 Joe Lefeged DB/LB/ATH 6'1 195 4.58 Wheaton Good Counsel Maryland Rutgers Lefeged transferred after his junior season from The Bullis School to state power Good Counsel. At Bullis, he earned First Team All-League honors already as a sophomore at LB but with his speed and athleticism probably projects as a SS in college. As a junior at Bullis, starting at QB he accounted for almost 1,500 yards in total offense and 18 TDs. On defense, he recorded 70 tackles and 5 sacks. A versatile performer who has amerged as one of the better prospects in a down year for Maryland. He committed to Rutgers in June. OFFERS: UVA,BC, RUT, SYR, MIA(OH), TEMP

128 Zach Smith DB/QB 6'0 180 4.52 Blountsville Susan Moore Alabama Zach is an outstanding prep QB who could also project as a DB in college due to his lack of great height and fine all-around athletic skills. As a junior, he passed for 2,450 yards with 18 TDs while adding 950 yards rushing with 12 TDs.. As a sophomore, Smith was 106-of-193 for 1,954 yards and 24 touchdowns. He also rushed for 600 yards and 11 scores. He has a great arm for his size, but what makes him special is his sub-4.5 speed and great quickness (4.31 shuttle). 1-ASWA-3A-AS (QB); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (QB); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game (QB)

129 Brian Valdez DB 5'9 175 4.50 Orlando Freedom Florida A cousin of Lakeland CB Ahmad Black, Valdez is hoding his own as a blue-chip prospect, garnering offers from some of the region's top programs. Like Ahmad, he laks great size but makes up for it with quicks and a real nose for the ball. Has increased his stock during the 2006 combine circuit. As a junior, he recorded 112 tackles. OFFERS: SCAR,IN, FSU,COL, LOU

130 Hunter White DB/LB/WR 5'11 190 4.50 Huntington Beach Edison California White was namd First Team All-Orange County at LB as a junior, however he projects as a safety in college. A two-way starter (WR & LB), he's a passionate player who averaged over 10 tackles-per-game as a junior. As a sophomore, he has 20 receptions for 223 yards and 1 TD and registered 39 tackles and 36 assists. He's a big hitter with good strength and pretty good quickness. Offers should roll in once colleges see him perform in camps and combines as a DB. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DB); 1-Orange County Register-County (LB); 1-PS-Orange County

131 Andre Christian DB/QB/RB 6'0 175 4.40 Oakland Skyline California Christian starts at QB and DB in high school but projects as a CB in college due to his excelllent speed, quickness, leaping ability and coverage ability. An explosive athlete, he plays for one of Oakland's best programs. He was a First Team Sophomore All-State selection in 2004. Like many talented Californians outside of the top 10 in-state tier, Nebraska was the first to identify him and jump on the bandwagon with an offer. HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (QB); 1-PS-East Bay OFFERS: NEB

132 D.J. Thomas DB/RB 5'9 165 4.56 Ashland Patrick Henry Virginia Virginia Tech A First Team All-Metro Richmond selection as a junior utility back on offense, Thomas projects as a CB in college. He lacks great size and doesn't really test exceptionally well (4.56 forty, 4.41 shuttle, 26-inch vertical), but he has pretty good quickness and exceptional ball skills and instincts. As a junior, he lugged the ball 161 times for 1,318 yards and 9 TDs. He also had 9 INTs on defense and returned three kicks for TDs. As a sophomore, he had 150 carries for 732 yards. Needs to get stronger (5 bench reps). Also needs to watch his grades. He committed to Virginia Tech in August but ill first attend prep school in 2007-2008 before enrolling at Tech. 1-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (UT-OFF); 1-VirginiaPreps.com-Central Region OFFERS: VT,TEN

133 Corey Gatewood DB/WR 5'11 175 4.40 Wellesley Belmont Hill Massachusetts Boston College Gatewood is a speedy CB prospect who also excels as a prep WR. He has excellent leaping ability (36-inches), tackles well and is very good in coverage. Was named First Team All-New England as a junior. Was impressive at the Boston College summer camp in 2005. Solid student. OFFERS: BC

134 Joseph Hills DB 6'4 213 Bradenton Palmetto Florida A tall and rangy safety prospect who may grow into an OLB in college. As a junior, he registered 70 tackles and 7 INTs. Very athletic, he also played some QB and WR and earned all-state mention in basketball. OFFERS: GA,MS, LSU,NEB, SFLA,LOU

135 Dom DeCicco DB 6'4 205 4.59 Pittsburgh Thomas Jefferson Pennsylvania Pittsburgh DeCicco has the size, speed and leaping ability to play either safety, linebacker or wide receiver in college. I like him as a WR or safety due to his athleticism and incredible quickness and agility. He has really tested well in 2006 combines, recording an amazing 3.93 shuttle (he ran a 3.85 as a smaller sophomore!), 39-inch vertical and 4.59 forty. As a junior, he had 16 receptions for 284 yards (17.8 avg.) and 8 TDs. On defense, he recorded 5 INTs. He also returned 3 kicks and punts for scores. I'm surprised he doesn't have more early offers. He committed to Pittsburgh in June. 25-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 23-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-Keystone Recruiting-All-State; 2-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting); HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS; HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-WPIAL OFFERS: IN,PITT, CIN,AKRON, TEMP,VANDY, AZST,GT

136 Diauntae Morrow DB 6'0 182 4.78 Lakewood St. Edward Ohio Morrow is one of several talented skill athletes at St. Edward's and has several early quality offers. He projects as a safety in college but has starred at OLB in high school. His junior season, he registered 75 tackles, 15 TFL and 8 sacks. Has looked good in combines, showing excellent quickness (4.22 shuttle) and leaping ability (35-inch vertical). Has good ball skills. 2.8 GPA. Top 5 CBs-OH-JRS (December); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County (LB) OFFERS: WISC,IN, ILL,BG, IA

137 Justin Footman DB/LB 5'11 185 4.50 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Marshall Footman transferred from Godby to talent-laden Lincoln for his junior season and registered 66 tackles, 3 sacks and 2 INTs. Considered by his coaches to be the hardest hitter on an absolutely loaded team, Footman plays safety in high school but is being recruited as a CB due to his fine hips and quickness. He committed to Marshall in May. HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 4A-3A (DB) OFFERS:WVU,MARSH, MS,ILL, TEN,GA, UAB,FLA INT

138 Darryl Vereen DB/RB 6'0 196 4.38 Huntersville North Mecklenburg North Carolina Tennessee Vereen has great computer numbers and has looked very good at combines (4.38 forty, 4.25 shuttle, 30-inch vertical). A two-way star, he rushed for 1,200 yards and 15 TDs as a junior despite missing three games. Has the quickness to play CB and the frame to become a LB, so he probably projects as a safety. High ceiling. He committed to Tennessee in June. 24-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS: DUKE,SCAR, NCST,TEN

139 Anthony Perkins DB/QB/ATH 6'1 185 4.52 Northglenn Colorado Colorado An Honorable Mention Class 5A All-Stater as a junior at QB, Perkins projects as a CB in college and already has an early offer from Colorado to play that position. As a junior, Perkins completed 117 fo 243 passes for 1,178 yards, 10 TDs but 18 INTs (ouch!). He also rushed 243 times for 1,515 yards and 17 TDs. On defense, he played just a little free safety and pulled in 2 INTs. He is quick, speedy, and athletic with great size for a CB prospect. Grandfather Don Perkins was a star with the Dallas Cowboys. He committed to Colorado in May. 7-CO (Spring 2006); HM-Denver Post-5A-AS (QB); HM-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS (QB); 1-Front Range League (5A) (OFF PoY) OFFERS: COL

140 Shawn Sullivan DB/RB 5'11 170 4.40 Brenham Texas Nebraska Sullivan is one of several talented prospects at Brenham this year. He has started since his sophomore year at CB and has great speed, quickness and coverage skills. He also has really hit the weights hard and packs a punch against the run and in the bump and run. Has some very impressive early offers. He initially committed to TCU in April, but in April he decommitted from TCU and committed to Nebraska. 1-District 18-4A (CB) OFFERS: OKST,TCU, NEB,KAN,WIS

141 Devon Bailey DB/WR 6'0 180 Lawton Eisenhower Oklahoma Bailey is a talented two-way prospect who I like as a DB but many schools are recruiting him as a WR. As a junior, he had 538 yards receiving and 8 TDs and registered 28 tackles and 2 INTs. He has very nice frame. Playsy for a program that has produced a lot oif D-1 talent over the years. Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005); 1-PS-6A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman); 1-CoachesAid-PS-AS OFFERS:KAN,VANDY, OKST,SMU, TT,IAST, TULSA,MO,COL

142 TeJay Johnson DB 6'1 180 4.50 South Garland Texas TCU Johnson is a talented safety prospect who was a Second Team Class 5A All-District selection as a junior. He has nice size and range and does a good job of shedding blocks and getting to the ball. Has some nice early offers. He committed to TCU in July. 78-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 64-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-District 11-5A OFFERS: GT,OKST, KANST,AZST, IN,PUR,CFLA,DUKE, TT,WISC, SDST,ARK,KAN, TCU,WAKE, TULA,AZ, IAST

143 Charlton Sinclair DB 6'1 190 4.50 Jacksonville Mandarin Florida Sinclair is a hard-hitting safety with nice size, speed and agility (4.34 shuttle). He also has an impressive 39-inch vertical leap. As a junior, he recorded 130 tackls and 2 INTs. Also runs track. 2.5 GPA. One of the top prospects in Jacksonville. Older brother Gerrod plays at South Carolina. Has quality early offers. OFFERS:13 June Os: MS,NCAR, SFLA,AUB, WVU,ILL, SCAR

144 Chris Rucker DB/WR/RB 5'9 158 4.40 Detroit Country Day Michigan Country Day always seems to have at least one D-I kid each year and this year the team's top prospect is Mr. Rucker. Speed is the name of his game (10.32 state divison 3 champion in 100-meters as a junior and an all classes state record) and it translates well to either WR (caught 26 passes for 696 yards and 9 TDs as a junior) or cornerback. Surprisingly big hitter for a small guy, so I see his future as a CB. One of the fastest players in the nation. HM-News-North (DB) OFFERS: CIN,BG,IA, EMU,MIN, PUR, MIA(OH)

145 Chris Givens DB/QB/WR 6'3 195 4.47 Chillicothe Ohio Miami (Ohio) Givens is an underrated safety prospect who has a nice combination of size, speed and athleticism. He can really go up to get the ball and is an outstanding tackler. A versatile two-way prep performer, Givens passed for 323 yards and caught 25 passes for 424 yards and two scores. He also rushed for 166 yards and a score. Also stars in basketball. Has loked very impressive during the 2006 combine circuit. He committed to Miami (Ohio) in July. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); Top 11 WRs-OH-JRS (December); 1-Southeast District-II; 5-QB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS:CIN,MIA(OH), OHIO,KENT ST, AKRON

146 Joshua Victorian DB 5'11 173 4.55 Destrehan Louisiana As a junior, Victorian posted 5 INTs, returning one for a touchdown. He also returned two punts for TDs. He really shined at the U.S. Army Combine in January, looking great in one-on-one drills and posting an impresive 4.10 shuttle and 31-inch vertical. Some were even comparing him to LSU signee Jai Eugene, although Victorian lacks Eugene's blazing speed. 2.9 GPA. One of the top defensive prospects in Louisiana. 21-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)

147 Larry Rosebud DB 5'10 170 4.50 North Mesquite Texas A speedy CB prospects who plays the game very qucikly and with excellent instincts. Runs the sprints in track. Has been a starter since his sophomore year and has 8 career interceptions. A versatile performer who has earrned All-District honors and also excels as a return man. OFFERS: BAY,FLA, MSST,AZST, ARK,KAN, KANST

148 Marcus Thomas DB 5'11 161 4.50 Chicago Morgan Park Illinois Illinois Thomas is a speedy CB prospect who should emerge from the shadows of Demetrius Jones and Chris James as a senior. One of the top prospects in the Chicago-area, he is a speedster (runs track) who possesses great coverage skills, flexible hips (4.47 shuttle) and a nice 31-inch vertical. He can really go up and get the ball. As a junior, he recorded 51 tackles, 6 INTs, 2 fumble recoveries and 10 pass break-ups. Originally from Florida. He committed to Illinois in August. 18-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) OFFERS: ILL,NILL, CMU,PUR, WISC

149 Jamariey Atterberry DB/WR 5'10 162 4.47 Kosciusko Mississippi Mississippi State Atterberry is a versatile prospect who played all over the place as a junior but is being primarily recruited as a CB by colleges. As a junior, he had 18 receptions for 388 yards and 5 TDs and had 70 carries for 505 yards and 3 TDs. He has very flexible hips, a 38-inch vertical and tremendous quickness. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit. Has some early SEC offers. He committed to Mississippi State in May. OFFERS: LSU,MSST, SMS,MS,AL

150 Alphonso Bruton DB 6'3 190 4.60 Miami Killian Florida Bruton is a tall and rangy safety prospect who is considered to be one of the top DBs in talent-rich Dade County. Was good enough to start for Killian as a sophomore, which says something. Was injured for much of his junior season. A real big hitter. 94-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 3-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald) OFFERS: MEMPHIS,TEN, SCAR, GA,AUB

151 Delvin Breaux DB 6'0 175 4.57 New Orleans McDonogh 35 Louisiana LSU Delvin and his brother Lionel are two quick and talented skill athletes out of Louisiana. He's a cover corner who has the strength (15 bench reps) to jam WRs and the quickness (4.41 forty) to cover very well. He's now back at McDonough. He committed to LSU in June after an impressive performance at the LSU summer camp. OFFERS: MS,FLA, LSU

152 Darnell Williams DB 6'2 180 4.60 Winter Park Florida A First Team All-County selection as a junior DB, this talented two-way performer had 25 receptions and 2 TDs and regfistered 3 INTs on defense. I like him best as a safety. Moved to Florida from Mississippi after Katrina. 49-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Orlando Sentinel-Orange County OFFERS: NEB,MS, MSST,CENFLA

153 DeAndre West DB/RB 6'1 189 4.40 Oakland Wilson Prep California Nebraska West is yet another one of those hidden gems out of northern California who was first discovered by Nebraska. A talented two-way back, as a junior he rushed for over 1,500 yards and 15 TDs, averaging almost 8 yards per carry. On defense, he had over 100 tackles and 6 sacks. He has excellent 10.6 100-meter speed and has good strength for a back (15 reps at 225 pounds). Projects as a safety in college due to his physical style of play and knack for being around the ball. 3.0 GPA. Not only were the Cornhuskers the first school to offer, but he decided to go ahead and commit to them in May. OFFERS: NEB,BOISE ST,AZ

154 Antonio Allen DB 6'2 190 4.50 Ocala Trinity Catholic Florida Antonio is a talented safety for the state Class 2B state champs. He has nice size, good speed and a real nose for the ball. As a junior, he registered 114 tackles, 2 INTs and 5 PBUs. A real head hunter. 86-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-2B-AS (DB); 1-Ocala-Area (DB) OFFERS: MS,NEB, SCAR,LOU, NCST,CLEM

155 Michael Bolden DB/RB 6'1 165 4.74 Evanston Illinois Northwestern Bolden is a savvy CB prospect who possesses good ball skills, quickness and coverage ability. He also has good bloodlines as his father Jim was a starting DB for Michigan in the 1970s. Looked good at several summer camps. He committed to Northwestern in August. OFFERS: NILL,MIN,ILL,NW,PUR

156 Richard White DB/RB/LB 5'11 192 4.45 Hammonton St. Joseph New Jersey White has emerged as one of the better skill prospects in the Garden state. He is being recruited as both a RB and CB but most schools like him best on defense. Has a nice combination of strength, speed and quickness. Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006); 2-Philadelphia.com-South Jersey (DB); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS:DEL,CIN, MD,PUR, NW,IA

157 Quinton Richardson DB/RB 6'1 205 4.53 Seattle O'Dea Washington Washington A First Team All-League selection at RB and OLB as a junior, Richardson projects as a safety in college. As a junior, he had 53 tackles, 5 INTs and 7 PBUs. He really played big on offense as a junior after senior Brandon Jones was injured, carrying the ball 71 times for 715 yards. Has nice size, fine speed and aggressive mentality on the field. Plays for a program that has produced a lot of talent over the years. He committed to Washington in June. 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 1-Metro League Mountain Division (RB & OLB) OFFERS: WASH

158 Jarrard Tarrant DB/WR 6'0 187 4.50 Carrollton Georgia Georgia Tech A two-way starter atz WR and safety, Tarrant had 49 tackles and 4 INTs as a junior safety. He projects as a safety in college. He has pretty good size, speed, leaping ability (31-inch vertical) and strength (260-bench, 385-squat). 3.2 GPA. He committed to Georgia Tech in April. OFFERS: AUB,GT, DUKE,VANDY

159 Josh Trezvant DB/WR/RB 5'11 175 4.40 Morrilton Arkansas Duke Trezvant is an explosive two-way player at WR and DB who could project at either WR or CB in college as well. As a junior he caught 66 passes for 1,107 yards and 6 TDs. He also rushed for 920 yards and another 14 scores on 138 carries. On defense, he registered 40 tackles, 3 INTs and 9 pass break-ups. As a sophomore, he caught 57 passes for 653 yds and 7 TDs, and had 43 carries for 373 yds and 4 TDs. He aslo had nearly 40 tackles at CB. Has a 3.9 GPA. He runs the sprints in track. He committed to Duke in August. 3-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAAA West (RB/WR/DB) OFFERS: STAN,DUKE

160 Cameron Collins DB/WR 6'2 205 4.65 Santa Monica California Collins is one of the better safety prospects on the west coast. He's a real hitter and has good ball skills. Fair, but not great, speed. As a junior, he earned First Team All-CIF Southern Section Division IV honors after registering 59 tackles and 4 INTs on defense and catching 39 passes for 539 yards and 5 TDs as a wide receiver. Solid student (3.7 GPA). 1-CIF-Division IV-Southern Section (DB) OFFERS: OREST,ORE, BOISE ST, NMST, AIR FORCE, CAL-DAVIS, STAN

161 Dominique Joseph DB/WR 6'1 195 4.40 Philadelphia Roman Catholic Pennsylvania Virginia One of the better prospects in eastern Pennsylvania, Joseph has an excellent combination of size and speed. He has the size to play safety, but with his great recovery speed and quickness projects as a CB in college. Had 6 INTs as a junior. Also stars in baseball. Both his parents were college sprinters. Committed to Virginia in March. 36-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS: UVA

162 John Stamper DB/LB 6'0 185 4.53 Clemmons West Forsyth North Carolina Wake Forest Stamper has been a prep star since his freshman season, when he posted 127 tackles and 3 INTs. As a junior, he moved from LB to free safety and registered 117 tackles and 17 TFL. He had an early offer from Wake Forest, but things have picked up after a standout 2006 combine season (4.53 forty, 33-inch vertical, 310-bench). Also an excellent baseball player. Top 50-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005) OFFERS: WAKE

163 Eric Block DB/QB 5'11 175 4.79 Bellevue Washington Block has been a standout two-way performer for a powerful Bellevue team, including leading the team to a state title his sophomore year as a QB. His future, however, will be in the secondary, where he has also excelled at the prep level. A First Team All-Metro Seattle DB as a junior, he captained a defense that allowed 11 points per game, many of those coming in the second halves of blowout victories. He intercepted eight passes, returning one 95 yards for a score and another 60 yards for a touchdown. A cerebral back with great ball skills and an instinct for the game. Top 4 WA DBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 1-AP-3A-AS (DB); 1-3A-AS (DB) 1-Seattle Star-Times-Area (DB) OFFERS: WASHST

164 Reggie Madu DB 6'0 188 4.69 Pflugerville Texas Madu is one of the better safety prospects in the state. He's a hard hitter who especially excels in coverage. He has decent size and pretty good speed for a safety, but he needs to get stronger. Madu first made a name for himself with a great sophomore season, posting 96 tackles and 5 INTs. 47-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 59-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-PS-Central Texas; Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005)
165 Vonzell McDowell DB/WR 5'9 170 4.56 Seattle Rainier Beach Washington Washington As a junior, McDowell was a First Team Class 3A All-State selection and was the defensive MVP of the tough Metro League Sound Division. Lacking ideal height for a CB, he has excellent ball skills and instincts, excelling on both sides of the ball as a junior. Exceptional agility (4.06 shuttle), good speed and leaping ablity (32-inch vertical) make him one to watch but he will need to get stronger (1 bench rep as a sophomore). As a junior, he had 25 receptions and racked up 1,250 all-purpose yards, scoring 15 TDs. On defense, he had about 35 tackles and returned 3 of 4 INTs and 1 of 2 fumble recoveries for TDs. He committed to Washington in July. Top 4 WA DBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); 1-AP-3A-AS (DB); 2-3A-AS (DB); 1-Metro League Sound Division (DEF MVP; WR & DB) OFFERS: WASH

166 Jovan Miller DB/RB 6'1 190 4.58 Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy New York Miller is a nice-sized safety prospect with good ball skills. He has the frame to fill out close to 220 pounds in college. He's a two-way star for Christian Brothers, helping relieve the pressure on Mike Paulus by running the ball, where he earned Fourth Team Class AA All-State honors as a junior. A hard-hitting safety with the range to go sideline-to-sideline, size to support the run and speed to drop back in coverage. One of the best in central New York. 4-NYSWA-AA-AS (RB) OFFERS: SYR

167 Ryan Mathews DB/RB/LB 5'11 186 4.60 Bakersfield West California Mathews is a compact and hard-hitting safety prospect. He lacks great straight-ahead speed, but is quick and has a real nose for the ball. Also a fine RB prospect after rushing for 1,104 yards and 20 TDs as a junior. On defense, he posted 98 tackles and 16 sacks. 1-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-RB/LB); 1-Bakersfield Californian-Area (DL) OFFERS: NEV,FRESST, AZST,COL, AZ

168 Grant Fleming DB 6'3 210 4.54 St. Thomas More Louisiana Fleming has a great frame for a safety and he could fill out and play OLB in college. He has fine speed and quickness and is a real head-hunter on the field. As a sophomore, he recorded 91 tackles and 9 INTs. He has a 3.3 GPA. 28-LA (Winter 2006); 15-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 14-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: NAVY, LA-LAF, HOU

169 Kyler O'Neal DB/LB 5'11 202 4.45 Oakland McClymonds California McClymonds doesn't quite have the star-studded senior class that it had a year ago, but O'Neal is one of several high-D1 level kids on the team this year. Plays LB in high school but probably projects as a safety in college given his size and great speed. Runs the 200 (22.09) and 400 meters in track and is a state qualifyer. As a junior, he posted 65 tackles, 8 sacks and 2 INTs. Cousin of teammate Willie Griffin. Nebraska is doing a great job covering the bay area and was the first school to offer. OFFERS: NEB,ORE, COL,SJST

170 Brandon Pendergrass DB/RB 5'8 181 4.49 Royal Palm Beach Florida Wake Forest Pendergrass is a short, compact and quick (4.28 shuttle) two-way back who could play either TB or CB in college. As a junior, he carried the ball 110 times for 950 yards ( 8.6 yards per carry) and 12 TDs. He looked very good at the 2005 Nebraska summer camp. One of the top prospects in Palm Beach County. He committed to Wake Forest in September. 8-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) OFFERS: WVU,NW,VANDY, DUKE,MARSH, TROY,MIN, WAKE, OHIO U.,ILL

171 Alonzo Winfield DB/LB 6'0 197 4.54 Winston Salem Carver North Carolina Tennessee Winfield is a prep LB but has the quickness and ball skills to play safety in the SEC. He exploded onto the scene at the Shrine Bowl combine in spring, whowing off outstanding athleticism and coverage skills. He comitted to Tennessee in June. OFFERS: SCAR, TEN

172 Kendale Farlow DB/LB 6'1 190 4.83 Evanston Illinois Farlow played linebacker and fullback as a junior but projects as a safety in college. He lacks grteat speed but packs a nice punch and is a good finisher. A smart safety prospect with some nice early offers. OFFERS: EMU,CMU, IAST,NEB, PUR

173 Jeff Maehl DB/WR/RB 6'2 185 4.72 Paradise California Oregon Maehl is a nice-lookiung safety prospect who earned Second Team Junior All-State honors at DB after recording 8 INTs. He also hauled in 36 pases for 580 yards. Talented all-around athlete who averaged over 22 ppg in hoops. He committed to Oregon in May. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DB); 1-CAL-Medium Schools-AS (DB); 1-Pre-All-Northern Section OFFERS: ORE

174 Jared Williams DB/RB 5'9 183 4.53 Pittsburgh Perry Pennsylvania Williams is one of the top prospects in the WPIAL. He's a quick (4.0 shuttle) and speedy CB prospect who registered 45 tackles and 2 INTs as a junior. On offense, he ran for 1,115 yards and 17 TDs on 116 carries. He also caught 20 passes for 290 yards and 4 TDs. He has surprising strength (290 bench, 370 squat) and projects as a CB due to his flexible hips and hitting ability. He committed to Pittsburgh in May and decommitted in June. 22-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 19-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: PITT

175 Lionel Smith DB/WR 6'1 180 Bellaire Texas Texas A&M Smith played as a junior at Bellaire High in Texas after St. Bernard High in Lousiana shut down due to Hurricane Katrina. He was a QB in an option offense at St. Bernard but played mostly WR at Bellaire as a junior. Most schools, however, are recruiting him as a DB. He missed part of his junior season due to Katrina so he was a bit of a sleeper until his highlight tapes made the rounds. What they show is a quick and speedy athlete with the hips to play CB and the ability to accelerate quickly. He committed to Texas A&M in April. OFFERS: KANST,MO, A&M

176 Demikel Shankle DB/RB 5'11 180 4.42 Longview Spring Hill Texas Shankle is a speedy and quick cover corner who made a name for himself during the 2005 combine season his sophomore year. He has excellent sub 4.5 speed and a 31-inch vertical leap. He missed most of his junior season with an injury. Considered by some to be among the top DBs in the state. 44-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 33-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: MS,KANST, MO,HOU

177 Steven Wilks LB/DB 6'2 195 4.70 Lakeland Florida Florida Wilks has been overshadowed by the numerous other more highly touted Lakeland classmates, but at the end of the day he's also a legit D-1 talent, showing off a great frame, hitting ability and nose for the ball. As a junior, he registered 132 tackles and 6 INTs for a team acclaimed by some (USA Today) as the best in the nation. Could easily add thirty pounds and play LB in college. He committed to Florida in June. ; 2-FSWA-5A-AS (DB) OFFERS: SFLA,FLA INT, IA,FLA

178 Anthony Blue DB 5'9 161 4.56 Cedar Hill Texas Nebraska Blue is one of several talented prospects out of Cedar Hill this year. He's a quick but small cover CB with very good speed and quickness. Also has a 33-inch vertical. He committed to Nebraska in June. 2-District 7-5A (CB) OFFERS: BAY,HOU, TULANE,PUR, NEB,WISC, SDST,UNLV, WYO

179 Larry Williams DB 5'9 158 4.37 Forney Texas Williams has really made a name for himself during the 2006 combine circuit, emerging as one of the top cover corners in Texas due to his speed (4.37 combine best in the forty), quickness (3.87 combine best shuttle) and lockdown skills. As a junior, he registered 41 tackles and 15 PBUs. Rapid riser. OFFERS: AL, OKST

180 Rashod Henry DB/WR 6'0 165 4.40 Lumberton Mississippi A First Team Hattieburg American All-Area selection as a junior, he helped lead Lumberton to the Class 2A state title with his great versatility. He had 24 receptions for 438 yards and 5 TDs, 47 rushes for 570 yards (12.1 avg.) and 7 TDs, 82 tackles, 6 INTs and punted 26 times for a 35.9 average. Tremendous 21.5 200-meter speed and claims to have run a 4.29 forty and vertical 42-inches. 250 bench, 420 squat. A real playmaker who projects as a CB. 1-Hattiesburg American-Area; Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MSST,MS, AL,MEMPHIS

181 Antoine Murray DB/QB 5'10 165 4.50 Lakeland Kathleen Florida Murray may be overshadowed by the prospects at crosstown rival
Lakeland High, but he has also emerged as a legit high-level D-I kid. A lockdown cover corner with excelllent quickness and nice hips. As a junior, he had 5 INTs. Has some nice early offers. ; HM-FSWA-3A-AS (DB) OFFERS: IAST,MS, NEB,PITT, CFLA

182 Derrius Bell DB 5'11 170 4.40 Dallas Hillcrest Texas Bell earned TAPPS All-State honors on both sides of the ball as a junior for the state champs, but projects as a CB in college. He transferred to Grace Prep just before his junior season after his former school, Dallas Wilmer Hutchins, shut down. As a sophomore, he had 43 tackles and 6 INT. As a junior, he had 42 receptions for 914 yards and 12 TDs and registered 33 tackles and 3 INTs. Needs to get stronger (200 bench). With his speed, nice hips and athleticsm he will make a nice college CB. He transferred from Arlington Grace Prep to Dallas Hillcrest for his senior year. OFFERS: BAY

183 Dequan Bembry DB 5'11 175 4.50 Hawkinsville Georgia Auburn Bembry was a real sleeper when he was discovered by Auburn and committed to them in April. As a junior, he recorded 50 tackles and 3 INTs. He's small but very quick and explosive (31-inch vertical), also showing pretty good strength for a CB (245 bench, 410 squat). OFFERS: KY,AUB

184 Kevin Nichols DB/WR 6'1 185 4.63 Hickory Virginia Nichols is one of the better prospects in the Tidewater Bay area but is a relative sleeper on the national stage. A talented athlete who can play on both sides of the ball. He has fine leg explosion and quickness. He has high jumped 6-8 and long jumped over 1 feet. Could project on either side of the ball, but I like him best at DB due to his fine closing speed. 7-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); 1-Southeastern District (WR); 2-Southeastern District (KR) OFFERS: TEN,AKRON

185 Kahlil Permenter DB/LB/RB 6'0 195 4.40 Waldorf Westlake Maryland Permenter is a compact and quick safety prospect. He has good instincts, reads well and can deliver a blow. He needs to get a bit stronger in the upper body (225 bench, 425 squat). As a junior, he recorded 46 tackles, 4 INTs, 3 sacks, and 3 fumble recoveries playing in just 6 games. Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: BC,AKRON, TEMP

186 Tyler Sash DB/WR 6'1 185 4.57 Oskaloosa Iowa Iowa It's a good year for skill athletes in Iowa and Sash is among the best. A sprinter in track (as a junior he finished sixth in both the 100 and 200 meters at the state Class 4A track meet. 10.81 100-meters), he also excels in basketball (averaged about 25 ppg), but football is his future. As a junior, this versatile performer earned First Team Class 3A All-State honors after leading his team to a district title by hauling in 49 passes for over 1000 yards, rushing for almost 1000 yards, scoring 28 TDs and registering 45 tackles and 5 INTs on defense. He committed to Iowa in August. Top 1 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 1-All Classes-AS (WR); 1-Des Moines Register-3A-AS (DB); 1-INA-3A-AS (WR) OFFERS:IAST,IA

187 Darius Jackson DB/RB 5'11 185 4.40 Havana East Gadsden Florida Jackson was a First Team All-Big Bend selection as a junior after rushing for 735 yards, posting 290 yards receiving and scoring 13 TDs. He played all over the field as a junior but projects as a CB in college due to his outstanding speed and nice hips. 1-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend (ATH-OFF) OFFERS: LOU, MD

188 Lamont Smith DB/RB 5'7 147 4.59 Pittsburgh Central Catholic Pennsylvania Colorado An explosive and cat-quick two-way back who projects at CB in college due to his lack of size. As a junior, he earned Second Team Class AAAA All-State honors after rushing for 29 TDs and over 2,000 yards. Has great speed and runs with tremendous balance and vision. Would be among the nation's elite recruits if he were three inches taller. He committed to Colorado in May. 24-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-AP-AAAA-AS (RB); 1-WPIAL Team (RB; Keystone Recruiting); )Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAAA-Area (RB) OFFERS: AZST,COL, TOL,TEMP

189 Tyler Beck DB/LB 6'2 198 4.70 Murrieta Vista Murrieta California BYU Versatile prep performer (QB,FB,LB) who could play either OLB or safety in college. As a junior, he moved from QB to LB after four games and registered 57 tackles, 6 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries. He also rushed for 432 yards and 10 TDs. Member of the Church of LDS. He committed to BYU in July 2006. OFFERS: NEB,PORT ST, BYU

190 Lance Mitchell DB/WR/QB 6'3 184 4.60 Pasadena Muir California Mitchell is a talented multi-purpose athlete out of the once proud Muir program. He projects as a safety in college. As a sophomore, he recorded 5 INTs and over 80 tackles on defense while catching 10 TDs as a receiver. He followed that up with an even more impressive junior season, registering 110 tackles on defense and 29 receptions for 446 yards and 5 TDs as a receiver. He has looked very good at camps and combines. He just needs to get a bit stronger and faster (4.94 at one combine), but has good quicks (4.34 shuttle). 1-PS-San Gabriel Valley OFFERS: UNLV,UTAH, OREST,AZ

191 Alonzo Tweedy DB/WR 6'1 175 4.50 Richmond Hermitage Virginia Virginia Tech Tweedy is one of the top prospects in talent-rich Richmond. A versatile performer who has great instincts for the ball. Also a standout basketball player. Plays LB in high school but with his fine speed projects as a safety in college. Has the frame to get bigger and runs and jumps very well. Virginia Tech was the first to offer. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. OFFERS: VT

192 Lester Bell DB 5'11 161 4.43 Virginia Beach Kempsville Virginia Bell is one of the better prospects in talent-rich Hamptons Road. He's a physical, athletic (31-inch vertical), strong (11 bench reps) and quick CB prospect. 8-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot) OFFERS:SYR,WAKE, ECAR, AKRON, KENT ST

193 Phillip Thomas DB/WR/QB 6'1 185 4.50 Bakersfield California A multi-purpose athlete, Thomas was a Second Team Junior All-State selection in 2005. Playing all the skill positions on offense, he rushed for 939 yards and 16 TDs on 140 carries, had 15 receptions for 418 yards (27.9 avg) and 4 TDs, completed 28 of 57 passes (49.1%) for 295 yards and also registerd 80 tackles and 6 INTs as a safety Starred as a sophomore on a 10-0 JV team. Could play WR or DB in college, but I really like him in the secondary. He's a smooth athlete with nice quickness and a good backpeddle. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-QB/WR) OFFERS: FRESST, WASHST

194 Zach Donaldson DB 6'1 195 4.50 Fort Collins Colorado A Second Team Class 5A All-State selection as a junior DB after recording 76 tackles, 3 INTs and 6 PBUs. Also rushed for 532 yards and 5 TDs on 73 carries. Good bloodlines. Father, Jeff Donaldson, was an All-Big Eight DB for Colorado in the 1980s nd played in the NFL. Projects as a safety due to his fine closing speed and hitting ability. 2-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS (DB); HM-Denver Post-5A-AS; 1-Front Range League (5A) (DB & PR) OFFERS: COLST

195 Nick Magiera DB/LB/RB 6'1 200 4.40 Barrington Illinois Magiera is a real sleeper prospect who should really emerge as a big-time prospect during the spring evaluation period. He has tremendous computer numbers, coming in at 6-1, 200, running a 4.4 forty, breaking the conference 200-meters record at the state track meet,and able to do five bench reps at 315 pounds and eight squat reps at 515 pounds. He hits like a truck from his LB position and runs with speed, power and good vision as a FB (where he started as a soph). In college, he projects as a safety.

196 Chris Conte DB/WR 6'3 186 Los Angeles Loyola California California Conte is one of the better prospects in Los Angeles. He looked very good as a WR at the UCLA summer camp in 2005, showing an extra gear, soft hands and running solid routes. As a junior at Loyola, however, most of his time was spent on defense, where he recorded 12 tackles, 26 assists and 2 INTs. He has that nice combination of size and speed that will enebal him to play several positions in college. For some reason, he is a relative unknown in recruiting circles as of late April. He committed to California in July.

197 A.J. Matthews DB/WR 6'3 185 Clearwater Countryside Florida Matthews is a nice-sized safety prospect who runs well, has great range, a nose for the ball and can really hit. He has the frame to fill out at 230 pounds and grow into a linebacker. As a junior playing CB, he had over 60 tackles and 4 INTs. 21-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);

198 Jacoby Reed DB 6'1 170 4.40 Houston Jersey Village Texas Reed is an instinctive DB with a nose for the ball and pretty good size. As a sophomore, he recorded 5 INTs for a pretty talented 5A team. He is considered by many to be among the top 100 prospects in the state. Would have more offers if he weren't borderline academically. 49-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 55-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-District 17-5A; Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: BAY,ARK

199 Stefan Gage DB/WR 6'0 160 4.75 Syracuse Henninger New York Gage was a Second Team Class AA All-Stater and First Team Central New York pick as a junior after recording 31 tackles, 52 assists and 5 INTs. He starts at both WR (25 receptions for 543 yards and 5 TDs as a junior) and safety but projects at the latter position in college due to his great hitting ability. Effective against both the pass and the run. 2-NYSWA-AA-AS (S); 1-Central New York

200 Michael Baker DB/QB/LB 6'0 205 4.61 St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Missouri Miami (Ohio) Baker is one of the top prospects in the St. Louis area. As a junior, he registered 124 tackles, three sacks, and five interceptions playing OLB and safety. A real playmaker with a nose for the ball, he projects as a safety in college. He was already the team's leading tackler as a sophomore, recording 71 tackles, 28 assists, 5 TFLs, 7 sacks and 3 fumble recoveries. Has nice combo of size and speed for a safety. He committed to Miami (Ohio) in May. OFFERS: HOU,DUKE, MIA(OH), WAKE

201 Dominique Herald DB/QB 5'11 180 4.50 Pennington New Jersey Maryland Herald emerged during the May evaluation period as one of the top DBs on the East Coast. He plays tough and has very good instincts. As a junior, this versatile performer had 60 tackles and 4 INTs in just five games before suffering a leg injury. At QB, he passed for a school-record 1,217 yards and 11 TDs while adding 7 TDs on the ground. Projects as a safety in college. One of the best true prep school prospects in the east. He committed to Maryland in July. OFFERS: MD

202 Al-Majid Hutchins DB/PK 5'11 180 4.45 East Orange Campus New Jersey Rutgers Hutchins is a quick and fluid cover cornerback with pretty decent size and strength (245 bench, 325 squat). One of the better DBs in New Jersey and some feel he is among the top 25 overall prospects in the state. He committed to Rutgers in June. PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DB) OFFERS: RUT

203 Jondae King DB 6'2 186 Bolingbrook Illinois King is a talented safety prospect who should emerge during combines and camps. He started for a talented Bolinbrook program as a sophomore. He is rangy and athletic, but still needs to fill out a bit. As a junior, he registered 53 tackles, 2 TFL, 3 INTS and 12 PBUs. 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area

204 DeAndre Green DB 6'3 190 Harbor City Narbonne California Green is a nice-sized safety prospect who runs well and has a frame that can still fill out a bit. He plays for a program that has produced some pretty good players in recent years and he is on the radar of such programs as UCLA and USC.

205 Cordell Riggins DB 5'9 183 4.53 Humble Texas Riggins is put together very well for a CB prospect, showing off excellent quickness, recovery speed, leaping ability (36-inch vertical) and surprising strength (225 power-clean, 435 squat). He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit, testing well and looking good in one-on-one drills. Not afraid to mix it up, something that can't be said for many CBs. 1-District 22-5A-Zone B (LB)

206 Patrick George DB 6'0 180 4.40 Chicago Gordon Tech Illinois George has two things you can't teach a DB - height and raw speed. He qualified for states as a sophomore in the 100-meter dash and ran an electronic 10.95. He runs the spirints and participates in all the jumping events in track and also plays basketball. He started for Gordon Tech as a sophomore and could project at either safety or CB in college. OFFERS: AKRON

207 Justin Byers DB 6'0 173 4.75 Charlotte Vance North Carolina North Carolina State Byers is a solid CB prospect who lacks burning speed (4.75 combine 40) but has nice hips and is a real gamer. He has been a starter since his freshman season, his first two years at North Mecklenburg before transferring to Vance. Both are strong 4A programs. As a junior, he was named All-Conference after recording 75 tackles and 3 INTs. 3.5 GPA. He committed to North Carolina State in July. 26-NC (Winter 2006); OFFERS: NCST

208 Brandon Davis DB 6'0 170 Oakland Castlemont California Davis is one of the top skill athletes in northern California. Nebraska, as usual for Oakland prospects, was the first major program to discover him and offer. He's a hard-hitting safety prospect who earned Second Team All-.Oakland honors as a junior. Nice nose for the ball and can get up in the air (32-inch vertical), but lacks the hips to play cornerback. OFFERS: NEB, SDST

209 James Butts DB/WR 5'10 170 4.62 Norfolk Maury Virginia A Second Team selection in the tough Eastern District as both a DB and kick returner, Butts is an athletic and speedy CB prospect. He looked good at the San Antonio U.S. Army Junior Combine in January, posting one of the better forty times of the day and showing off his excellent hips in one-on-one drills (also had a 4.06 shuttle - third best overall at San Antonio). Also stars at WR, where he hauled in 31 passes for 1,074 yards and 12 TDs as a junior. On defense, he had 10 INTs. 255 bench, 450 squat, 32-inch vertical. 15-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); 2-Eastern District (DB & KR) OFFERS: BC

210 Nathan Bussey DB/QB 6'2 195 4.60 Washington Dunbar D.C. D.C. is loaded this year and Busses is one of the District's top prospects. Plays QB in high school but is being recruited by most schools as a DB or athlete. Throws a pretty nice deep ball but needs to learn to check off to secondary receivers. A ual-threat QB who can really beat you with his feet. His size, speed and athleticism make him a very good safety prospect (the position Illinois has offered him to play). OFFERS: ILL,KENT ST

211 Damein Anderson DB/QB 5'10 167 4.51 Hazlehurst Mississippi Mississippi State Versatile prep athlete who accounted for 553 yards passing, 527 yards rushing and 15 TDs as a junior QB. He led his team to the state Class 3A title. Projects as a CB in college due to his quickness and flexible hips. He has looked good during the 206 combine circuit. He committed to Mississippi State in March. OFFERS: MSST

212 Eddie Wide DB/RB 5'10 170 4.48 Las Vegas Cimarron Nevada A Second Team All-State selection as a RB. Wide rushed the ball 186 times for 1,403 yards (7.5 avg.) and 20 TDs as a junior. Also started at CB, where he recorded 41 solo tackles and 5 INTs. Fine speed, decent quickness (4.48 shuttle) and leaping ability (31-inch vertical). Solid cover corner who can tackle and make the big play. 3-NV-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Las Vegas Review Journal-AS (RB)

213 Andrew Bouvay DB/WR 6'2 190 Los Angeles Fremont California Bouvay transferred from Los Angeles Fremont to Moreno Valley Rancho Verde for his junior year and registered 14 receptions for 158 yards and 1 TD. As a sophomore at Fremont, this versatile athlete earned Sophomore All State honors after recording 40 tackles and 3 INTs from his free safety position. He also played QB and completed 20 of 37 passes for 436 yards. A real sleeper to keep an eye out for. 1-PS-LA City Section (Multi-Purpose)

214 Anthony Davis DB 5'11 185 4.58 Tulsa East Central Oklahoma Davis has nice height for a cornerback prospect coupled with excellent speed. A relative sleeper, even in his own state, he has some early Big 12 offers. OFFERS: KAN,OKST

215 Sidney Glover DB/LB 6'0 205 4.50 Warren Harding Ohio Indiana Glover is a powerful safety prospect who is especially effective against the run (former LB) with his fine instincts and strength (20 bench reps at 225, 500 squat). He was Harding's leading tackler as a junior. One of a deep crop of Ohio safeties. He committed to Indiana in June. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); 2-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: IN

216 Lonnie Wishom DB 6'0 178 4.82 Concord De La Salle California Wishom is the top senior prospect at tradition-rich De La Salle High. Wishom has pretty good size and speed, but his lower body strength is what really stands out (285 bench but an impressive 525 squat). He's also very quick (4.15 shuttle). As a junior, he posted 12 tackles and 13 assists in being named Second Team Junior All-State. Needs to work on holding on to the ball as he dropped several sure interceptions. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DB)
217 Charles Brown DB/WR 5'11 175 Chicago Robeson Illinois Northwestern Brown is a little hidden gem out of the Chicago Public School League who was yet to get on most programs radar as of April. Also plays WR but with his quicks and hips he will probably play CB in college. He has a 4.1 GPA and is the top-ranked student in his class. He committed to Northwestern in September. OFFERS: NW,ILL,STAN,PUR

218 Kendrick Pressley DB/QB/ATH 6'0 170 4.46 Sumter South Carolina Pressley is a dual-threat QB in high school who passed for over 1000 yards as a junior. With his quickness and coverage skills he projects as a CB in college. OFFERS: VT

219 Will Brown DB/WR 6'0 157 4.62 West Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer Florida A Second Team All-Palm Beach County Large Schools selection as a junior DB, Brown is a nice-sized and athletic safety prospect playing for a program that has produced more than its share of talent over the years. He could project at either WR or DB in college. As a junior, he had 15 receptions for 369 yards and 6 TDs. He also added four INTs on defense. 59-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Large (DB); 6-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) OFFERS: MIN,MARSH

220 Toney Henderson DB/WR 5'11 180 4.40 Gig Harbor Washington Henderson is one of the top CB prospects in the northwest. A very talented athlete, as a junior he was a First Team All-Conference pick at both WR and DB. As a sophomore, he was a Second Team All-Conference WR. A state champion in the long jump and also a standout basketball player. A real burner. Top 4 WA DBs (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); 2-4A-AS (WR) OFFERS: EWASH

221 Markus Hunter DB/RB 5'10 182 4.40 High Point Southwest Guilford North Carolina Hunter is a speedy (4.50 forty) and quick (4.00 shuttle) cover corner prospect who also has excellent leaping ability (39-inch vertical). As a junior, he registered 59 tackles and 5 INTs, returning 2 of them for scores. Also plays RB. Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006)

222 Terrence Shaw DB/RB 6'0 180 4.40 Valley Stream Central New York A First Team All-Long Island selection by Newsday as a junior, Shaw has the speed and quickness to make a high-level D-I DB. A two-way star as a prep, he rushed for 830 yards and 6 TDs as a sophomore. 1-Newsday-Long Island

223 Ryan Tennison DB 5'10 190 4.60 Dallas Kimball Texas Tennison is a fast-rising safety prospect. He has started since his sophomore season and is a two-time All-District choice. A real playmaker who was Kimball's second-leading tackler as a junior, and Kimball has always had some pretty good players. Also starts at WR. 1-District 13-4A (DB) OFFERS: HOU,KANST, BAY,LATECH, NEB

224 Derrick Hallman DB 6'0 195 4.56 Fort Pierce Central Florida Solid safety prospect who has impressed at combines this spring. Solid speed (4.56), quickness (4.12 shuttle) and leaping ability (33-inch vertical). Registered 61 tackles and 3 INTs as a junior. On offense, he had 12 receptions for 146 yards. Excellent student, which helps explain why Stanford was the first to offer. OFFERS: STAN, CENFLA

225 Phillip Ofili DB 5'11 189 4.45 Houston Cypress Creek Texas Exploded onto the scene during the 2006 combine circuit, testing through the roof (4.45 forty, 4.06 shuttle, 37-inch vertical) and looking very good in one-on-one drills. As a junior, he recorded 58 tackles and 2 INTs. One of the better cornerbacks in Texas.

226 Marcus English DB/WR 6'2 186 4.47 Dayton Trotwood-Madison Ohio A nice-sized safety prospect who was tough enough to play LB and quick enough to als ply CB in high school. Trotwood-Madison has loads of talent and English is one of the best. As a junior, he had 40 tackles, 7 PBUs and an INT. Very good footwork and nice hips could even enable him to play CB in college. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28) OFFERS: BUFF,EMU

227 Terrance Dennis DB 5'10 177 4.42 Pomona Diamond Ranch California Terrance is the brother of USC RB Hershel Dennis. He enjoyed a great junior season, registering 135 tackles, 5 sacks, 3 fumble recoveries and 5 forced fumbles. First Team All-Conference and his teams defensive MVP as a junior. Good tackling technique and solid ahtleticism (4.31 shuttle). OFFERS: UTAH

228 Drew Bernhardy DB 6'0 185 4.60 Las Vegas Bishop Gorman Nevada Gorman has produced some fine prospects over the years and although Bernhardy isn't quite the prospect that a Ryan Reynolds or DeMarco Muray was, he's still pretty darn good. He projects as safety in college and has a nice combination of speed, quickness (4.38 shuttle) and football instincts. 16-NV-JRs (Winter 2006)

229 G. Pittman DB 5'8 173 4.45 Rancho Cucamonga California Pittman is small in stature but really packs a punch, so much so that coupled with his speed and quicknes he has the skills to play either safety or corner at the next level. He's strong (260 bench, 450 squat), explosive (35-inch vertical) and quick. He also has great football instincts. As a junior, he registered 96 tackles, 5 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries, 1 INT and 4 PBUs. Can both cover and defend against the run. Has looked good during the 2006 combine circuit. HM-CAL-AS OFFERS: BYU,IDAHO, COLST,UTEP

230 Glenn Wakam DB/WR 5'11 185 4.50 Ventura St. Bonaventure California Wakam is overshadowed by teammate Michael Williams, but he is a talented DB in his own right. He projects as a CB with his fine speed, quickness (4.16 shuttle), surprising strength (255 bench, 430 squat) and outstanding leaping ability (38-inch vertical). Enjoyed a productive junior season. Already saw some playing time for the loaded St. Bonnie program as a sophomore, posting 4 carries for 27 yards and 6 receptions for 67 yards.

231 Brannon Brooks DB/RB 5'9 160 4.65 Elk Grove California BYU Talented two-way back who projects as a DB in college. Has looked pretty good during the combine season. BYU was the first to offer. Lacks great straight-ahead speed but is very quick. As a junior, he earned All-League honors after posting 58 tackles. Nice hips and physicality help make him a solid lockdown cornerback. He committed to BYU in July. OFFERS: BYU

232 Chris Hart DB/RB 6'0 170 4.60 Nedrow Onondaga New York The younger brother of star Michigan RB Mike Hart, Chris stepped in for his brother at RB as a sophomore and scampered for 1,100 yards and 18 TDs. As a junior, he only played in four games due to an injury and moved from RB to WR. In those games, he accounted for 417 yards and 6 TDs. On defense, he had 20 tackles and 2 INTs. Not quite the prospect that his older brother was and he lacks the top-flight speed to be an elite CB and size to be an elite safety. Still, he's a gamer like his brother and very athletic. Syracuse Post-Standard: Two-way terrors September 1, 2005; CNY-PS-Players to Watch-Class D; 1-Pre-CNY

233 Terry Carter DB 5'11 175 4.40 West Monroe Louisiana 40-LA (Winter 2006); 61-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 1-5A

234 Donte Neal DB/RB 5'11 190 4.42 Arlington Seguin Texas Wisconsin OFFERS: WISC

235 David Clark DB/WR 6'0 200 Baton Rouge Capitol Academy Louisiana 45-LA (Winter 2006); 16-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: LA-MON,GRAMB, SOUTHERN,ALST

236 Max Suter DB/RB 5'11 171 4.40 Greensburg Central Catholic Pennsylvania Syracuse 39-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25; 1-WPIAL Team (Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AA-Area OFFERS: SYR,BUFF, TEMP,NEW HAMP, DEL,HOFSTRA

237 Greg McCoy DB/WR 5'11 175 4.50 Dallas Wilson Texas 1-District 10-4A (WR) OFFERS: LATECG,SMU, BAY,ARK,KAN

238 Taylor Skaufel DB 6'0 189 4.57 The Woodlands Texas 1-District 14-5A (CB)

239 Jonathan Clark DB 6'2 180 4.40 Arlington Seguin Texas Arizona State OFFERS: WISC,AZST

240 Joseph Leary DB 6'0 180 4.50 Copperas Cove Texas 97-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 2--Central Texas; 1-District 13-5A; 1-PS-Central Texas OFFERS: KAN,OKST

241 Trenton Hughes DB 5'10 173 4.53 Virginia Beach Kempsville Virginia Maryland 10-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot) OFFERS: AKRON,KENT ST, WAKE,SYR, ECAR,MD

242 Kaundra Hancock DB 5'11 182 4.60 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan OFFERS: EMU.SYR, ILL,BUFF, BALL ST

243 Eddie Morgan DB 6'0 177 4.78 McKinney Texas Stanford Solid safety prospect. As a junior, Morgan tallied 75 tackles, four interceptions and four fumble recoveries. He committed to Stanford in September. Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: STAN

244 Jonathan Ott DB/RB 6'1 176 4.47 Glendale Mountain Ridge Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 1-Arizona Republic-AS; 1-AS; 1-Arizona Republic-5A-AS; 1-Tucson Arizona Star-5A-Southern Arizon OFFERS: NEV, BYU

245 Anthony "Buddy" Jackson DB 6'1 167 4.31 Weston Cypress Bay Florida Pittsburgh OFFERS: PITT

246 Antonio Reddic DB 6'1 180 4.50 Aliquippa Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)

247 Dominique Ellis DB 5'11 184 4.60 Wendell East Wake North Carolina North Carolina State OFFERS: SCAR,NCST

248 Zane Abner DB/WR 6'4 180 4.56 Atkinson West Holt Nebraska Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006); 1-Lincoln Journal Star-C1-AS (DB) OFFERS: NEB

249 Michael Evans DB 5'9 178 4.87 Carson California
250 Anthony Watkins DB/QB/WR 6'1 177 4.63 Burien Highline Washington 5-11 WA DBs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: KY, OREST

251 Otis Merrill DB 5'11 170 4.50 Cleveland Glenville Ohio OFFERS: BALLST,CIN,MARSH,BG,ILL,WISC

252 Jarrell Drane DB 6'1 170 4.60 Plantation Florida OFFERS: FLA AT,FLA INT, LA-LAF,AZST

253 Montari Leonard DB/WR 5'10 160 4.40 DeLand Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (WR) OFFERS: WISC,MO

254 Dyrri McCain DB/WR 5'9 169 4.60 Norfolk Maury Virginia 6-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); Top 13 Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006; 2-Virginian-Pilot-Tidewater (DB); 1-Eastern District (DB); 2-Eastern District (WR) OFFERS: AKRON,MD

255 Johnny Fobbs DB 6'0 188 4.40 Foirt Worth Everman Texas 1-District 15-4A (S) OFFERS: TCU,NEB,SMU

256 Phillip Sheridan DB 6'1 190 4.50 Philadelphia Monsignor Bonner Pennsylvania

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263 Sir Demarco Bledsoe DB 6'1 171 4.62 Piedmont Oklahoma OFFERS: OKST

264 Kenny Wilson DB/RB 5'9 160 4.41 Daytona Beach Mainland Florida 1-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (DB)

265 Curtis Wilson DB/LB/QB 6'1 215 4.60 Los Angeles Verbum Dei California OFFERS: NEV,SJST

266 Arius Ford DB/RB 5'8 171 4.40 Southlake Carroll Texas Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005)

267 Chris Rucker DB/WR 6'2 185 4.50 Warren Harding Ohio OFFERS: AKRON,CIN, BG,KENT ST, KY,KAN

268 Rontez Miles DB 6'2 185 4.50 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: TEMP,AKRON, KENT ST,PITT,COL

269 Wade Bonner DB 5'11 180 4.48 Somerville Fayette-Ware Tennessee OFFERS: ARK,MSST

270 Andre Richardson DB 5'10 165 4.78 Arlington Bowie Texas OFFERS: BAY,UTEP

271 Darius Purcell DB/LB 5'10 221 4.60 Chicago Hubbard Illinois OFFERS: CMU

272 Michael Lyles DB/ATH 6'0 175 Inglewood Animo California
273 Mike Hunt DB 6'2 210 4.53 Meadville Franklin County Mississippi Mississippi State OFFERS: MSST

274 Dayon Lane DB/WR 6'1 190 4.50 Middletown South New Jersey Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs
275 Melvin Green DB/RB 5'9 160 4.40 Pflugerville Texas OFFERS: BAY, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M, TEX ST, SAM HOU ST

276 Justin Salum DB/RB/WR 6'0 189 4.84 Tempe Corona Del Sol Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)

277 Rell Lewis DB/QB/ATH 5'10 180 4.50 Muskogee Oklahoma Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); 1-Muskogee Phoenix-Large School (6A-2A))-Area; Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005)

278 Kendrick Matthews DB 5'10 173 4.59 Fort Bend Marshall Texas Kansas State OFFERS: KANST,UTEP

279 Branden Robinson DB/RB 5'9 169 4.59 Miami Archbishop Carroll Florida OFFERS: GT

280 Jamaine Olson DB 5'11 164 4.50 Portland Jesuit Oregon OFFERS: STAN

281 Ryan Clark DB/WR 6'1 170 Beaumont Ozen Texas 2-District 20-4A (CB) OFFERS: MO

282 Loyce Means DB 5'9 156 4.45 Houston Madison Texas Baylor OFFERS: HOU,TCU, UTEP,IN, OKST,BAY

283 John Dempsey DB/RB 6'0 196 4.46 Philadelphia Cardinal O'Hara Pennsylvania 48-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006)

284 Elliot Coffey DB/RB/LB 6'2 195 4.50 Fort Bend Clements Texas OFFERS: HOU,TEXST

285 Jamel Hurst DB/WR 5'9 175 4.49 Raeford Hoke North Carolina OFFERS: MD

286 Ryan Gillum DB 5'11 205 4.50 Youngstown Liberty Ohio Syracuse OFFERS: SYR

287 Ryan Murphy DB/ATH 5'10 175 4.46 Lawrence Free State Kansas Kansas 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-6A-AS (KR) OFFERS: KAN

288 Rudy Jones DB 5'11 171 4.66 Birmingham West End Alabama

289 Josh Copeland DB/QB 6'1 180 Dayton Fairborn Ohio Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); HM-Southwest Ohio District-I; 8-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

290 B.J. Cunningham DB/LB 6'1 185 4.50 Westerville South Ohio OFFERS: TOL,MIA(OH), CIN,BALLST, AKRON,OHIO U.

291 Dion Bland DB 6'2 191 4.50 Merced California

292 Ayinde Vaughan DB 6'0 205 4.50 Los Angeles Cathedral California

293 Dexter Thompson DB 4.46 Mississauga Warriors Canada

294 Jesse Hamilton DB 5'9 180 Racine Park Wisconsin 5-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-AP-AS (DB); 1-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-AS (DB); 1-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-Area; 1-Journal Times-Racine County
295 Marcus Bowman DB/QB/ATH 6'3 190 4.50 Carthage Texas OFFERS: ARK

296 Justin Woods DB/RB 5'10 180 4.50 Shawnee Mill Valley Kansas Kansas State 1-Lawrence Herald Journal-Area (RB) OFFERS: KANST

297 Danny Knighten DB/QB/ATH 6'3 200 4.50 Tulsa Nathan Hale Oklahoma

298 Sean Roeser DB 5'8 145 4.60 Washington Woodson D.C. OFFERS: LAFAYETTE,FORDHAM, MD,COLGATE, UCONN

299 Mario Goins DB/WR 6'1 180 4.50 Copperas Cove Texas 1--Central Texas; 1-District 13-5A (CB) OFFERS: UTEP,MO

300 Cedric Carter DB/RB 5'11 180 4.60 Port Orchard South Kitsap Washington

301 Ryan Collado DB 5'10 170 4.35 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Ohio Minnesota OFFERS: MIN,BALL ST,AKRON,OHIO

302 Freddy Burton DB/LB 6'2 185 4.45 Morrilton Arkansas Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: ARK

303 Patrick Nixon DB/WR 6'0 180 4.40 Jacksonville Ed White Florida 52-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);

304 Alfred Hines DB/WR 5'11 190 4.63 Long Beach Poly California
305 Chaz Jones DB/RB 5'10 203 4.50 Cleveland Glenville Ohio Top 5 CBs-OH-JRS (December); HM-Northeast Lakes District-I; 7-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

306 Marquis Chapel DB/RB 5'11 180 4.40 Dora Alabama
307 Arkee Smith DB 6'1 190 4.50 Jacksonville First Coast Academy Florida OFFERS: SCAR,CIN,WAKE,SFLA

308 Johnnie Thiel DB/QB/ATH 5'9 189 4.64 Reserve East St. John Louisiana 23-LA (Winter 2006); 22-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 5-LA (September 2005)

309 Scott Concannon DB/RB 5'9 181 4.61 Columbia Rock Bridge Missouri Northwestern OFFERS: TULSA,NW

310 Trey Hobson DB/WR 5'11 170 4.50 Blue Valley Kansas Missouri OFFERS: MO,BALLST

311 Mike Peterson DB/RB 5'11 185 Tampa Jesuit Florida Boston College

312 Markeith LaRoda DB 6'0 190 4.50 Hammonton St. Joseph New Jersey

313 D'Amon Merkerson DB 6'1 160 4.50 Passaic St. Mary's New Jersey Syracuse OFFERS: SYR

314 C.J. Chaten DB/WR/RB 5'10 175 4.40 Dardanelle Arkansas Tulsa 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: TROY,VANDY,ARKST,TULSA

315 Marcus Wallace DB 6'3 200 4.50 Germantown Wisconsin
316 Fonterrian Ingram DB/LB 6'1 205 4.50 Atlanta McNair Georgia North Carolina OFFERS: NCAR

317 Randy Parker DB 5'11 158 4.49 Tifton Tift County Georgia

318 Emanuel Davis DB 5'11 190 4.51 Manteo North Carolina North Carolina 25-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS: NCAR

319 Phillip "P.J." Shirdan DB 6'1 181 Philadelphia Monsignor Bonner Pennsylvania West Virginia OFFERS: WVU

320 DiMarcus Wilson DB/RB/QB 5'11 180 St. Louis MICDS Missouri 1-MSS-3A-AS (DB); 2-MFCA-3A-AS (DB); 1-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro (DB)

321 Antoinne Lightfoot DB/RB/WR 5'9 170 4.35 Henderson County Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); HM-AP-AS(DB); 3-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (RB)

322 DeAndre Gilmore DB/WR/RB 6'1 193 4.50 St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Missouri Miami (Ohio) OFFERS: MIA(OH)

323 Tremaine McKenzie DB/LB 6'1 192 4.69 Bradenton Academy Florida

324 Ishmael Underdown DB 5'10 183 4.60 Oklahoma City Northeast Oklahoma Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006)

325 Logan Ketchum DB/WR 6'3 195 4.60 Oak Park California OFFERS: SDST,DUKE

326 Josue Paul DB 6'0 190 4.50 Boca Raton Pope John Paul II Florida OFFERS: IN

327 Steven Thomas DB/RB/LB 5'11 180 Chino Hills California BYU OFFERS: BYU

328 Michael Quinn DB/QB 6'0 175 4.40 Port St. Joe Florida ; HM-FSWA-1A-AS; HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 1A; 1-FACA-District 3 (UT-DEF) OFFERS: FLA INT

329 Brian Hubbard DB/WR 5'11 174 4.53 Jeffersonville Twiggs County Georgia

330 Lester Bodiford DB/RB 5'11 190 4.57 Anaheim Western California
331 Chris Harris DB/WR 6'0 170 4.48 Bixby Oklahoma
332 Erique Robertson DB/LB 5'11 200 4.50 Maple Heights Ohio OFFERS: BG,OHIO U.,KENT ST,BALLST

333 R.J. Peake DB/WR 6'0 180 4.50 Akron Buchtel Ohio
334 Sean Lees DB 5'11 178 4.69 Libertyville Carmel Illinois 30-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006)

335 D'Angelo Jones DB/WR 6'3 180 Seattle Kennedy Washington 2-Seamount League-King Division (WR)

336 Chuck Crenshaw DB 5'10 190 4.50 Harisburg Central Dauphin Pennsylvania

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340 V.J. McElroy DB/QB/ATH 6'0 190 4.40 Uvalde Texas Baylor Top 120 JuniorsTexas (ATH; Summer 2005) OFFERS: SMU,BAY

341 Reggie Weams DB/RB 6'0 190 4.50 Redemptorist Louisiana 39-LA (Winter 2006); 2-District 8-3A; 1- All-Championship Game Team
342 Keith Goins DB/RB 6'0 180 4.50 Bloomington California OFFERS: IDAHO

343 Isiah Barfield DB/QB/WR 6'1 175 4.40 Haven Kansas Kansas OFFERS: KAN

344 Josh McKinley DB/QB 6'1 200 4.78 Leander Texas 1-District 15-5A (DB); 2-District 15-5A (AP-OFF) OFFERS: SMU,UTEP,PUR,COLST

345 Keon Cunningham DB 6'0 181 4.75 Johnston Strom Thurmond South Carolina 1-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (DB) OFFERS: VANDY,COASTAL CAR,MARSH

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347 Kendall Irving DB/WR 5'11 180 4.55 Arlington Sequin Texas Missouri OFFERS: MO

348 Duke Ihenacho DB 6'1 200 4.55 Gardena Serra California OFFERS: NMST

349 Isaac Madison DB/RB 5'10 180 4.40 Dallas Carter Texas Oklahoma State OFFERS: OKST

350 D.J. Harper DB/RB 5'10 180 4.50 Houston Cypress Creek Texas 1-District 17-5A (RB) OFFERS: HOU,UTEP,TULANE,SMU,IN,BOISE ST

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353 Chris Jones DB 6'2 180 4.40 Arlington Bowie Texas OFFERS: BAY,UTEP,HOU

354 Randall Burden DB 6'2 165 4.56 LaGrange Georgia OFFERS: KY,ALST

355 Jamie Graham DB/WR 5'11 170 Nashville Whites Creek Tennessee Vanderbilt 2-Nashville Tennesseean-Midstate (DB) OFFERS: VANDY

356 Alex Barnett DB 5'9 180 4.56 Niceville Florida 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: FLA INTL

357 Sean Fobbs DB 6'1 205 4.50 Miamisburg Ohio OFFERS: BUFF,KY,BG,EMU,AKRON

358 Jonathan Williams DB/RB/LB 6'0 195 4.48 Greenville Rose North Carolina 22-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006)

359 John Synovec DB/LB 6'2 196 4.44 Ridgeview South Carolina

360 Troy Hulbert DB/ATH 6'0 155 4.60 Ridgeland Mississippi
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362 Jerry Franklin DB/WR/TE 6'2 200 4.50 Marion Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: MS

363 Travis Means DB 5'10 170 4.50 Mobile Davidson Alabama OFFERS: MEMPHIS,KY

364 Aaron Thomas DB 5'9 176 4.67 Stone Mountain Stephenson Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006)

365 Jyles Zellner DB 5'10 178 4.66 Barnesville Lamar County Georgia OFFERS: DUKE

366 Le'Marcus Gibson DB 6'0 188 4.60 Gulfport Harrison Central Mississippi OFFERS: HOU

367 Jonathan Rose DB/RB 6'0 185 4.40 Amherst County Virginia Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006)

368 Kyle Skarb DB/LB/RB 6'0 210 4.50 Lake Zurich Illinois Northern Illinois OFFERS: NILL

369 Jimmar Boston DB/WR/RB 6'1 180 Westside South Carolina GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05) (WR)

370 Ricardo Bates DB 6'0 160 4.50 Prattville Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: HOU

371 Randy McKinnon DB/RB 5'9 192 4.56 Jacksonville Trinity Christian Florida 98-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006-RB/ATH); OFFERS: CENFLA,FLA INT,IN

372 Devon Wallace DB 6'2 195 Burlington Southern Alamance North Carolina East Carolina OFFERS: ECAR

373 Matt Thompson DB/LB 6'1 193 4.64 Mebane Eastern Alamance North Carolina 19-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS: GT,ECAR

374 Jeremy Caldwell DB 6'0 175 Chattanooga Red Bank Tennessee Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-TSWA-4A-AS (DB) OFFERS:

375 Maurice Moore DB 5'10 160 4.50 Pittsburg California OFFERS:

376 Tyrone Justin DB/WR 5'10 160 4.40 Culver City California OFFERS: NEV,IDAHO ST

377 Jasper Thomas DB/RB 5'10 175 4.40 High Point Andrews North Carolina Top 25 Juniors-NC (August 2005) OFFERS:

378 Brian Peters DB/LB 6'4 205 Pickerington Central Ohio 2-AP-Division II-AS (DB) OFFERS: MIA(OH),CIN

379 James Rodgers DB/WR 5'7 164 4.57 Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated Texas 1--Greater Houston 4A-Area (DB); 1-District 24-4A (DB); 2-District 24-4A (WR) OFFERS: UTAH ST

380 Nick Adams DB/WR 6'1 180 Colleton County South Carolina Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); 1-AP-AS (AP-OFF); 1-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country (DB) OFFERS:

381 Tyree Bullock DB 5'10 154 4.86 Durham Hillside North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MICHST

382 John Lee DB 6'0 170 4.60 Cincinnati Withrow Ohio OFFERS: MIN

383 John Wells DB 5'9 170 Youngstown Liberty Ohio OFFERS: MIA(OH),OHIO U.,EMU

384 Corey McManus DB/WR 5'11 189 4.68 Washington Coolidge D.C. OFFERS:

385 Oreoluwa Fatinkun DB 6'0 178 Perrysburg Ohio OFFERS: TOL

386 Jacob Juedes DB/QB 6'2 185 4.60 Sheboygan Falls Wisconsin 9-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-WFCA-AS (DB); HM-AP-AS (DB); 1-Sheboygan Press-Area (Dirty Dozen) OFFERS:

387 Chris Slater DB/WR 6'0 181 4.51 Plano East Texas OFFERS: NMST,LA-LAF,CENFLA

388 Pita Tanuvasa DB 5'11 191 4.94 Kahuku Hawaii OFFERS: BYU

389 Roisean Haynes DB 5'11 170 Converse Judson Texas OFFERS: HOU

390 Harrison Bryant DB 6'0 190 4.50 Troy Charles Henderson Alabama OFFERS: KY

391 Nigel Byrd DB 6'0 206 4.48 West Helena Central Arkansas OFFERS:

392 Corwin Acker DB/RB 5'10 182 4.66 Silver Springs James Hubert Blake D.C. Temple OFFERS: TEMP

393 Kitt Anderson DB/RB 5'10 180 Langhorne Neshaminy Pennsylvania Temple OFFERS: TEMP

394 Jasper Howard DB/WR 5'10 160 4.50 Miami Edison Florida 3-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (WR/DB) OFFERS:

395 Dan Collins DB 6'0 194 4.58 Newton Council Rock Pennsylvania OFFERS: TEMP,NHAMP

396 Demetric Carey DB/WR 6'2 185 Minden Louisiana 24-LA (Winter 2006); 73-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 18-LA (September 2005); 2-AS (TE) OFFERS:

397 Bubba Forrest DB 6'0 185 4.50 Carlsbad New Mexico New Mexico OFFERS: NMEX

398 Derek Blacknall DB 6'1 175 4.40 Greensboro Dudley North Carolina OFFERS: ECAR,OHIO U.,MARSH

399 A.J. Edwards DB 6'1 178 Brenham Texas Houston OFFERS: HOU

400 Brandon Robinson DB/QB 5'11 190 4.50 Texas City Texas OFFERS: RICE

401 Dominique Faust DB/LB 6'0 176 4.63 Athens Clarke Central Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS:

402 Dominique Drew DB 5'11 170 4.48 San Antonio Roosevelt Texas UTEP OFFERS: UTEP

403 Terrance Wilkerson DB/QB/ATH 5'10 170 4.40 De Soto Texas SMU OFFERS: SMU

404 Rashad Jackson DB 5'10 170 4.55 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida 27-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) OFFERS: OHIO,PITT

405 Gary Nagy DB 6'1 175 4.66 Kahuku Hawaii BYU OFFERS: BYU

406 Gary Pride DB/QB/ATH 5'9 180 4.40 Cincinnati Colerain Ohio Akron OFFERS: AKRON,BUFF,BALLST,MIA (OH)

407 Reid Singleton DB 5'11 175 North Crowley Texas Rice OFFERS: RICE

408 Mitch Burroughs DB/WR 5'9 181 4.38 Meridian Idaho Boise State 2-5A-AS (WR) OFFERS: BOISE ST,IDAHO,IDAHOST

409 Tony Randolph DB 5'11 200 4.47 Blue Springs South Missouri OFFERS:

410 B.K. Johnson DB 5'9 160 Silsbee Texas Houston OFFERS: x

411 Derrick Long DB 6'1 165 4.50 Morgantown West Virginia OFFERS:

412 Ryan Johnson DB/LB 5'10 185 4.59 Los Angeles Dorsey California OFFERS: MS

413 Jay Edwards DB/WR/ATH 6'0 198 4.46 Nelsonville Ohio OFFERS: OHIO,YOUNG ST

414 Brandon Hardin DB 6'2 175 Honolulu Kamehameha Hawaii OFFERS:

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416 Aaron Springer DB/RB/WR 5'11 159 4.70 Albuquerque St. Pius X New Mexico 1-Albuquerque Tribune-Metro (RB) OFFERS: AIR FORCE

417 Steve Stepter DB 5'10 185 4.50 Los Angeles Crenshaw California

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