Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Class of 2007: Linebackers (Top 337)

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



1 Chris Galippo LB 6'3 230 4.60 Anaheim Servite California USC Galippo is the top linebacker on the west coast and one of California's top 2 prospects. A rare early offer by USC, he committed to the Trojans in February 2005. As a junior he totalled 161 tackles, including eight for losses, two sacks and blocked four punts. Playing for a talented tema against top competition, Galippo rose to the occasion in the toughest match-ups. Against a Long Beach Poly team loaded with talent and speed, Galippo finished with 16 tackles and dominated the game, nailing the Poly speedsters in the open field. Possessing great speed and athleticism, he hasn't fully physcially matured yet and projects to still get bigger over the next couple of years. Also has excellent leadership skills and character. One coach said the following about him: "Galippo is a linebacker with excellent size and speed and what is really impressive is how well he plays in open space. One on one against the offense he always seems to come through. To do that a LB needs speed, strength and good tackling technique." One of the nation's best and arguably the top LB in the nation. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section; 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-Orange County Register-County (DEF PoY); 8-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 5-LB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-Orange County OFFERS: BC, USC, many others

2 Martez Wilson LB/DL/WR/TE 6'4 228 4.58 Chicago Simeon Illinois Wilson has really blown up during the spring evaluation period, more so than anyone in the nation. He is being called one of the best prospects to emerge out of the state in recent history and has drawn comparisons to Simeon Rice. An All-Conference performer as a junior playing at DE and WR, he could play either DE, OLB, Te or WR in college with his nice frame, speed, fine strength (25 bench reps) and great quickness (4.3 shuttle). As a junior, he registered 99 tackles, 25 TFL and 18 sacks. At WR, he had 14 receptions for 5 TDs. Really put together well, he has emerged as one of the top linebackers in the nation and the top prospect in Illinois. Before May he only had offers from a very few lower-level BCs programs. Since then he has been offered by many of the nation's elite. 2-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) OFFERS: NILL,KANST, PUR,ILL,MICH, ND,IA, MICHST,USC, NEB,WISC,OHST, CMU,NW, KANST,GT,BC, TEN,COL,MIN

3 Chris Donald LB/RB 6'3 218 4.50 Huntingdon Tennessee Chris is probably the top prospect in the state of Tennessee. As a two-way player his junior season he rushed for over 2, 000 yards and 24 TDs and recorded 120 tackles, 33 for losses, 14 sacks, 5 fumble recoveries, and 1 interception. He rushed for 1,589 yards and 19 TDs as a sophomore and 1,036 yards and 13 TDs as a freshman. He has played in two state title games and has one state championship. He has rushed for more than 4,200 yards in his career. Linebacker is his position at the next level. He is an instinctive 'backer who reads plays well and has excellent pursuit speed. One coach had this to say: "Donald was born to play linebacker. He was dominant playing 2A ball in Tennessee but to play at an SEC level he will need to get stronger and add about 15 to 20 pounds. If he can do that and maintain his speed he could be a monster." 1-TEN (Winter 2006); Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-TSWA-2A-AS (LB); 1-TFCA-2A-AS; 1-Jackson Sun-West Tennessee (PoY); 1-PS-Murphy Fair-2A-AS (RB) OFFERS: TEN,MS, MSST,CLEM, VANDY, MEMPHIS,AL

4 Richetti Jones LB/DL 6'3 234 4.78 Dallas Lincoln Texas Oklahoma State There must be something about Dallas and linebackers. For the second straight year possibly the top LB in the nation comes from Dallas, with Jones following in the footsteps of Sergio Kindle. It isn't a great year nationally for top linebackers, but Jones is an exception to the rule and one of the top 5 prospects in Texas. As a junior he registered 73 tackles, 16 sacks and 25 TFL. As a sophomore he recorded 75 tackles, 20 TFL, and 24 sacks. Fom his numbers it's clear that he's a tremendous pss rusher, but he has also gotten bigger and is stronger against the run. One coach had this to say: "Jones isn't the prospect that (Sergio) Kindle was, but not many are. What he has is football toughness, quickness and a nice frame that still needs to fill out. Once that happens he could be an exceptional player at the next level, and I mean exceptional." Has put on about 30 pounds the past year. He committed to Oklahoma State in September. 2-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); Texas Top 16 (Winter 2006); 2-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 10-4A (DEF MVP); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: A&M,OKST, BAY,NEB, OK,TEX, ND,LSU, FLA,FSU

5 Chris Strong LB 6'3 240 4.60 Batesville South Panola Mississippi Mississippi Strong is a personal favorite of mine as Misissippi prospects are often underrated as there is not one major metropolitan area to flock to (the old saying is that Mississippi has two capitols - New Orleans and Memphis). Not Mr. Strong, at least not in my book. Hailing from the gridiron factory known as South Panola, Strong helped lead his team to yet another state title in 2005, earning all-state honors in the process. He is the top prospect in the state of Mississippi. He tallied 94 tackles and five sacks as a junior, fully recovering from an ACL tear in the third game of his sophomore season. He has tremendous size, aggressiveness, is strong (of course) and has a great workm ethic. This nephew of former Ole Miss LB Eddie Strong committed in February to Mississippi. This is a great get for Ole Miss. 1-Orlando Sentinel-All-Southern Team; 1-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-AS; Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS, TEN

6 Lorenzo Edwards LB/DB 6'2 225 4.51 Orlando Edgewater Florida Lorenzo is the top safety/OLB in prospect in Florida and one of the top ten prospects in the state. He has great size for a safety, is a real head-hunter and has gotten his forty time down by a quarter of a second the past year. He plays the run exceptionally well but is also good in coverage, especially covering TEs and slot receivers. As a junior he registered 97 tackles, 21 TFL, 5 INTs and 2 sacks in helping lead his team to the state Class 6A semi-finals. Lorenzo projects as either a SS or OLB in college. 11-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-6A-AS; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Central Florida; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Orange County; 9-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: WVU, LOU, NEB, ND, MIA, MICH, GT,CLEM

7 Austin Box LB/QB 6'1 215 4.60 Enid Oklahoma Oklahoma Austin is the top-rated prospect in Oklahoma. He's a skilled college linebacker prospect who started at free safety and also played very well at QB as a junior. As a junior when had about 1400 yards passing, 800 yards rushingand accounted for 28 TDs. On defense he had 80 tacles and 3 INTs. He is also an excellent baseball player. Box has outstanding speed for a linebacker and a real nose for the ball. He has great leadership skills and is a fine all-aroudn athlete. One scout had this to say about him: "Box isn't real big for a projected linebacker, but he has outstanding speed and is an excellent open-field tackler. He's not at the super-elite level of Gerald McCoy last year, but he's still a bery good prospect." Committed to Oklahoma in March. 1-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005) OFFERS: OK,OKST, NEB,TT, KAN,KANST

8 Kenny Rowe LB/DL 6'3 220 4.72 Long Beach Poly California Kenny is the younger brother of USC signee Alfred Rowe and already has an early offer from he Trojans. He has been a varsity performer at talent-laden Poly since his freshman year. He plays DE at Poly but projects at LB in college. He was a bit undersized as a sophomore, being listed at 6-4, 220, but only measuring 6-2, 198 at a combine. He's grown a bit since then and now has legit LB size. As a junior he registered 66 tackles and a team high 11 quarterback sacks. As a sophomore he had 50 tackles and three sacks. He is a tremendous pass rusher and plays most effectively off the edge. Needs to get bigger, stronger and faster but has the athleticism to dominate once he does so. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section; 1-Long Beach Press Telegram-Area; 5-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 1-Long Beach/South Bay-PS-Area OFFERS: MS,ORE, USC,CAL, NEB,AZ, UNLV,AZST, SDST,NMEXST, UTAH

9 Michael Keck LB 6'5 210 4.62 Harrisonville Missouri Missouri Keck is considered by many to be the top prospects in Missouri. He's tall and has a great frame that will fill out in college. As a junior he posted 138 tackles, 26 TFL and 15 sacks from his OLB position for the state champions. As a sophomore, he had 97 tackles and 10 sacks. He also plays basketball and runs track, so he hasn't had a chance to lift year-round. He has outstanding 10.9 100-meter speed for a player his size. Most importantly, he's an instinctive player who has great technique and knows how to get to the ball. Would also make an outstanding TE. One coach had this to say: "Keck really gets after it as a defender. He is very agile and athletic for a player his size and knows how to wrap-up on his tackles." Will have his choice of schools. He committed to Missouri in September. 1-MFCA-3A-AS (DL); 1-Kansas City Star-Metro OFFERS: KANST,MO, KAN,COL, COLST,STAN, NEB,COL, NW,AL

10 Christopher Colasanti LB/RB 6'2 221 4.99 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan Penn State Colasanti is an old school backer with the instincts, aggressiveness and toughness to succeed at the next level. As a first year starter at Brother Rice after transferring from Notre Dame Prep (where he starred as a freshman and sophomore starter), Colasanti had 69 unassisted tackles, 56 assisted, 7 TFL, two fumble recoveries and 1 INT. He also played part-time at fullback, and had 39 carries for 181 yards and three TDs. A vocal leader on the field, Colasanti has a real passion to play the game and succeed. His motor is always running and he plays an extremely physcial brand of football. He committed to Penn State in April. 1-News-A-AS; 1-AP-A-AS; 1-News-Metro; 1-News-North (LB); 1-Freep-North; 1-Catholic-Central; 15-Oakland County-PS-Top 75 OFFERS: MICHST,CMU, EMU,MICH, OHST,BC, STAN,IA, AZST,UCLA, PSU,UVA, HAW

11 Malcolm Smith LB/WR/RB 6'1 211 4.44 Woodland Hills Taft California Malcolm is the younger brother of USC wide receiver Steve Smith and has an early offer from USC. He's a talented all-purpose athlete who could project at several positions in college, including WR, LB, safety and RB. As a junior he rushed for 639 yards and 10 TDs, averaging 8.8 yards per carry, caught 26 passes for 399 yards and 7 TDs and on defense posted 41 tackles and 2 sacks. All of this despite missing several games. He also runs track and has a 100-meter best of 10.9 seconds. He just loves to play the game and is a solid all-around player. Still growing and possessing great speed for a 'backer, he's the type of defender who defends well in space and would be very effective against the spread offenses currently in vogue. One of the top, top prospects in California and should be just as highly recruited as his brother Steve. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS (AP-RB/LB); 4-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 2-LB-City Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-LA City Section (DB) OFFERS: MS,USC, WASH,CAL, UTAH,PSU, MICH,UCLA

12 Manny Abreu LB 6'4 215 4.50 Union City Union Hill New Jersey Abreu is a versatile prospect whoould play several positions at the next level. I see him as an OLB givn his nice frame and outstanding speed. He registered over 100 tackles as a sophomore. His junior year he had 85 tackles, six sacks, two fumble recoveries, an interception and blocked three kicks. Athletic and fast enough to start at WR for Union Hill, he could also make a tremendous TE in college. On defense he plays with tremendous speed and is a big play specialist. One of the top 6 prospects in New Jersey. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 5-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DB) OFFERS: RUT,MD,WVU, MICHST,BC,IA,UCONN, NCAR,UVA,MICH,FLA,CIN,TEN, FSU, WISC, MIN, FLA,MIA

13 Derrick Stephens LB/DB 6'3 220 4.58 Houston Cypress Falls Texas Texas A&M One of the top 3 linebackers in Texas, his junior season Stephens tallied 84 tackles, 2 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, 4 pass break-ups and 1 INT. Plays well off the edge and is effective blitzting and using his 34-inch vertical in batting down balls. Also has great field awareness. Texas A&M did the smart thing in wrapping up Stephens before Texas got around to offering him. 51-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006) OFFERS: HOU,A&M, TEX

14 J'Courtney Williams LB/TE/DL 6'4 218 4.65 Christchurch Virginia Virginia Williams was a relative unknown heading into his junior season as he plays for a small VISFA Division 2 school. Despite missing 5 games the middle of his junior season, he had 8 receptions for 200 yards and 2 TDs and 30 tackles, 5 sacks and 2 INTs. As a sophomore he had 35 receptions for 400 yards and 5 TDs and registered 78 tackles from his OLB position. Virginia was actually on to him early and offered before his junior season. He is also a highly recruited basketball prospect, possessing an exceptional vertical leap. With his size, frame, athleticism, speed and leaping ability he has just scratched the surface of his potential. Also a solid student. He committed to Virginia in April. OFFERS: UVA,VT, MD,LOU, MSST,KY, CLEM,NCAR

15 Keenan Robinson LB/DL 6'3 215 4.70 Plano East Texas Texas Robinson is one of the top two LBs in Texas. He has fine size, speed, a nice frame and a real aggressive temperment and nose for the ball. As a junior he had 111 tackles, two sacks, one INT, 15 TFL and six pass break-ups. In track he long jumps and triple jumps. He benches 275 pounds and squats 450 pounds. Robinson committed in February to Texas 14-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 17-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 8-5A; Top 120 Juniors Texas (DL; Summer 2005) OFFERS: TEX

16 Blaine Irby LB/TE/RB/WR 6'3 225 4.69 Ventura St. Bonaventure Arizona Texas Irby has really blown up at a few combines the past couple of years. A transfer to St. Bonnie from Arizona before his junior year, he has the frame, size, strength (26 reps in the bench), athleticism (31-vertical), agility (4.35 shuttle) and speed to play at the highest level. As a junior he played H-back and caught 42 passes for 658 yards and 7 TDs. He also carried the ball 17 times for 157 yards and 3 TDs while playing fullback. Most schools are looking at him as a LB, and he is one of the nation's best. He committed to Texas in June. OFFERS: 14 May Os: MICH,AZST, MS,CAL,MIA, TEX,FSU,AZ,NW, WASHST,ORE,WASH, UCLA,FRESST

17 Chris Walker LB/TE 6'2 215 4.55 Memphis Christian Brothers Tennessee Walker has a great frame and exceptional speed, athleticism (285 bench, 405 squat, 34-inch vertical) and quickness. He was already impressive as a sophomore, registering 51 tackles in first 5 games before being injured. As a junior he was a Super 7 All-State pick after posting 83 tackles, 10.5 TFL, four sacks, two INTs, 8 QB hurries, three pass breakups, and two forced fumbles. Also a talented hoopster who has received some all-state mention in that sport as well. 2.9 GPA . One of the top 1o prospects in Tennessee. OFFERS: MEMPHIS,VANDY, MIA,AL,LSU,MS, MSST,CLEM,AUB,LOU, ARK,MICH

18 Adewale Ojomo LB 6'4 211 4.79 Miami Hialeah Florida Ojomo had been lost in the shuffle of talented Dade County athletes but has recently surfaced with some high quality early offers. A very athletic rush linebacker who could also grow into a DE in college. As a junior, he had 40 tackles and 7 sacks and earned Honorable Mention All-County honors. His family is from Nigeria. Great, great motor. Looked very good at the Scout.com Boca Raton combine. On the rise. 80-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A; 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald) OFFERS: 20+ June Os: MIA,PITT, MS,GA, NCST,MICH, WVU,FLA

19 Pat Lazear LB/RB 6'0 229 4.73 Bethesda Walt Whitman Maryland Lazear was a consensus All-State selection as a junior after registering 124 tackles, six sacks and 4 forced fumbles. As a RB, he rushed for 1,068 yards with 18 TDs on 166 carries. He has had to keep his weight down for wrestling (one of the best in the state), but projects at over 230 pounds in college. He's an instinctive football player and has been a starter since his freshman season. Great nose for the ball, tremendous flexibility and lateral skills and a great hitter. An all-around athlete who stars in baseball as well. He has looked exceptional during the 2006 combine circuit. One of the top 6 prospects in the state. 1-Consensus-AS; 1-Big School-AS; 1-Washington Post-Metro; 2-PS-Dream Team OFFERS: 20 June Os: MD,WVU,UCONN, JAMESMAD,OK,DUKE,NEB, NCST, MARSH,PITT, OHST,AL

20 Kerry Neal LB/TE/DL 6'1 220 4.70 Bunn North Carolina Notre Dame Neal is a talented DE/OLB prospect who committed to Notre Dame in February 2006. He's very quick (started at Bunn at CB as a freshman) and explosive off the edge, having posted 14.5 sacks as a junior. He also tallied 111 tackles and 2 INTs. On offense he caught 16 passes for 323 yards and 6 TDs. He has a great frame with long arms and a motor that never quits. I project him as an OLB but he could grow into a DE. One of the top 5 players in North Carolina. 4-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: ND,WAKE,ECAR, NEB,FLA,MIA,CLEM

21 Jermale Hines LB/DB 6'2 200 4.53 Cleveland Glenville Ohio Hines is football-factory Glenville's top Class of 2007 prospect. As a junior OLB he registered 98 tackles, 9 sacks and 4 INTs. He is being recruited as either a safety, OLB or WR. Will need to add bulk to play LB. Has a good nose for the ball and a nice combination of size, speed, quickness (4.34 shuttle), strength (275 bench) and athleticism. A hitter. Will start at QB for Glenville as a senior in order to get the ball in his hands. 8-OH-JRS (December); HM-Ohio News Network-AS (LB); 2-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County (LB); 2-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: WVU,ILL, IN,MIA(OH),MICH, WISC,PUR, CIN,SYR, BALLST,MARSH, BG,IA, LOU

22 Rolando McClain LB/TE 6'4 234 4.75 Decatur Alabama Alabama Rolando is one of the top 6 prospects in Alabama. As a junior he posted 104 tackles, 11 TFL, 4 sacks and 1 INT. As a TE on offense he had 24 receptions for 436 yards. He projects at LB in college and is one of the best in the Deep South. He anticipates the ball well and is a sure tackler. He has enough speed to play off the edge and enough strength to mix it up inside. He has been a starter since his freshman year. He committed to Alabama in June. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); 1-ASWA-6A-AS (TE); 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area (TE) OFFERS: AL,AUB, LOU,MSST, VAND,MS,KY

23 Devonte Campbell LB/TE 6'2 216 4.73 Forestville Maryland Campbell made a name for himself in the spring of 2005 during the combine circuit and followed that up with a fine junior season. As a junior, playing just his second year of football, he had 718 yards receiving and 11 TDs while posting 62 tackles, 12 TFL and seven sacks. Some prefer him as a TE, which is where he wants to play. I think that he would make an even better linebacker. He's strong, fast, quick (4.19 shuttle) and very aggressive. His best football is ahead of him. One of the top 5 players in Maryland. Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006); 1-Small School-AS (TE); HM-Washington Post-Metro; 2-PS-Dream Team OFFERS:17 June Os: UVA,ILL,PSU,MD, KANST,SYR, PITT,UCONN, GA,GT,LOU,VT,KANST

24 Andrew Dailey LB/DB 6'3 206 4.59 Massillon Washington Ohio Penn State Dailey is one of the top linebacker prospects in the midwest even though he played safety and WR as a junior at Washington, one of the stronger programs in Ohio. He projects as an OLB at the next level. He has excellent speed, good strength and is athletic. A good technician. He plays baseball and basketball so hasn't really had a chance yet to focus on weights. A real playmaker who is always around the ball and really enjoys playing the game. One coach had this to say: "Dailey and Gamble are the two studs at Massillon this year. Dailey will make an outstanding OLB in college once he gets on a year-round weight program." He committed to Penn State in July. 6-OH-JRS (December); 2-OPS-AS (DB); HM-Ohio News Network-AS (DB); 1-OPS-I-AS (DB); 1-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: AKRON,PSU, IN,ILL,CIN, PUR,NEB,PITT, CMU,FLA

25 Barquell Rivers LB/RB 5'11 206 4.79 Wadesboro Anson County North Carolina Virginia Tech Rivers is one of the top 8 prospects in North Carolina. He lacks great size but he's a real playmaker. On film he can really get to the ball, possessing outstanding quickness and his motor is always running. He can really play from sideline-to-sideline. As a junior he registered 131 tackles and five fumble recoveries. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. 12-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Charlotte Observer-Piedmont OFFERS: UVA,NCST,SCAR, PSU,WAKE,VT,NCAR, CLEM,GA,ND,OKST,FLA, GT,MICH,STAN

26 Aaron Nagel LB/DB/RB 6'2 215 4.65 Lemont Illinois Notre Dame Once Nagel's tapes started to circulate the offers came rolling in. He committed in March to Notre Dame. As a junior he carried the ball 168 times for 1,265 yards, a 7.5 average, and 17 TDs. At safety, he made 48 tackles, including 24 solo, with 2 for loss, 1 forced fumble, 1 sack and 4 interceptions, returning 1 for a touchdown. He has a nice combination of size, speed, quickness (4.20 shuttle) and strength. Most importantly, he has a real nose for the ball and will come up and hit you. As a 'backer he play very well in space due to his speed, quickness and great instincts. One of the top 6 prospects in Illinois. 3-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); 1-Chicago Star-Area; 1-Suburban Chicago News-Area; HM-Daily Southtown-Area; SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (RB) OFFERS: 12 March Os: NW,PUR,ILL, IN,IAST, MICHST,ND

27 Joshua Bynes LB 6'2 214 5.02 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida Possibly the best pure linebacker in Florida. Bynes enjoyed an outstanding junior season, posting 147 tackles, 8 forced fumbles, 5 fumble recoveries and 3 sacks. He's a big, strong (310 bench) kid with a lean, muscular frame. Has really improved his reads and really rings your bell when he hits you. Also an outstanding student with a 4.0 GPA. Plays much faster than he tests and plays low. 6-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large (LB); 23-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: 23 June Os: DUKE, FLA ATL, MS,FLA INT, AUB,PITT, LOU,TEN,SMS, CFLA,SCAR,IA,LSU

28 Steve Paskorz LB/RB 6'1 210 4.67 Allison Park Hampton Pennsylvania Notre Dame Paskorz is one of the top prospects in Pennsylvania. An outstanding athlete, he also has drawn pro interest inn baseball. As a sophomore he rushed for 2,187 yards and scored 27 TDs. He followed up with 1,291 yards and 14 TDs on 160 carries in a junior season that was dampened by an ankle injury. He's tough and aggressive and has pretty good speed. He probably projects as a LB or H-Back in college. He committed to Notre Dame in May. 9-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 5-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AAA-AS (AP-DEF); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22; 1-WPIAL Team (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting); 1-PS-SPORTSfever's PA Preseason All-State Team Fab 85 – First Team; 1-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS; 1-Keystone Recruiting-PS-WPIAL OFFERS: UVA,WVU, PITT,MICH, MS,IN,TEMP, VANDY,IA,UCONN

29 Nathan Stupar LB/TE 6'2 220 4.61 State College Pennsylvania Penn State Nathan made a name for himself during the 2005 combine circuit and followed it up with a productive junior season, hauling in 42 passes for 644 yards and 9 TDs, and 10 sacks and a fumble recovery for a touchdown. He's an exceptional two-way player. An old school player with a motor that always runs. One of the top players in Pennsylvania. His brother plays at Virginia. He committed to Penn State in May. 7-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 6-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AAAA-AS (TE); 2-Keystone Recruiting-All-State (DL) OFFERS: UVA,PSU,WVU, RUT,MD,PITT,BC,AZST, STAN,KY

30 Akeem Ayers LB/TE 6'3 215 4.88 Los Angeles Verbum Dei California UCLA Akeem plays for a rejuvenated Verbum Dei program, and is the top prospect in their strong Class of 2007. In college he could play either OLB or DE. He had an outstanding junior season, posting 116 tackles and 23 sacks. At TE he scored 3 TDs. As a sophomore he had 4 catches for 132 yards and 3 TDs and 66 tackles, 21 assists, and 18 sacks for 64 yards lost. He has a great motor and is a real playmaker. He's very quick off the ball. He has a 2.9 GPA. One of the best defenders in the West. He committed to UCLA in August. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS (DL); 1-CAL-Small Schools-AS; 1-CIF-Division XI-Southern Section; 9-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 1-Long Beach/South Bay-PS-Area (DL) OFFERS:AZ,SDST,NEB, ORE,MS,WASHST,UCLA

31 Tony Tucker LB/DL/TE 6'2 225 4.75 Washington St. John's D.C. Tony is one of several outstanding prospects in D.C. this year and has been impressive on the combine circuit (4.33 shuttle, 30.5-inch vertical). Has the speeed and quickness to play linebacker and the frame, long arms and strength to play DE. Exceptional off the edge, with solid pass-rushing technique and a physical style of play, he enjoyed a productive junior season, as he recorded 65 tackles, 17 TFL, 12 sacks and 1 INT. 3-PS-Dream Team OFFERS: BC,AKRON,PITT,MD, TEN, MARSH,GT, SYR,NCAR, MICHST,RUT, VT,TEMP

32 John Stokes LB 6'5 225 4.70 Memphis University School Tennessee It's a fine year for linebackers in Tennessee, and Stokes has emerged from the shadows of the two Chris's - Donald and Walker - to become one of about six heavily recruited in-state 'backers. Like Walker, Stokes has a great frame that could really fill out. He lacks Walker's great speed, but has good speed, footwork, athleticism (stars in basketall) and can really hit you hard and tackle well. He could grow into a DE or play any LB spot in college. As a junior, he earned Honorable Mention Super Seven All-Sate honors after recording 62 tackles, 6 TFL and 2 sacks. His sophomre season, he registered 47 tackles and 4 TFL. Both seasons his team won the state title. Also a fine student. He has some nice early offers. OFFERS: STAN,MEMPHIS, VANDY, AL,ARK,ND, MICH,AUB, MS,TEN

33 Apiata Tuihalamaka LB/DL/RB 6'4 220 4.70 Gardena Serra California Tuihalamaka is a very talented athlete who will play DE or OLB in college but also excelled as a RB his junior year. As a junior, he rushed for 508 yards and 3 TDs and posted 58 tackles and 7 sacks. He's tall, lean and always on the move. He's quick off the ball and will get stronger once he focuses just on football. He also runs track and plays volleyball. On the rise. OFFERS: WASH,ORE, UNLV,NEB,WASHST, UTAH,OREST,MIA, NMEX,UCLA

34 Broderick Binns LB/DL/RB 6'2 235 4.75 St. Paul Cretin-Derham Hall Minnesota One of a deep group of in-state linebackers, Binns stars for the always strong Cretin-Derham Hall program. An Honorable Mention All-Stater as a DL his junior season, he has the athleticism (can dunk a basketbal) and quickness to play LB in college. In fact, he will move to LB as a senior in order to get him more involved in plays. As a junior, he had 89 tackles and 8 sacks. Some feel that he is the top prospect in the state. He has some quality early offers. 15-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MIN,KANST, MO,IA,IAST, MICHST,AZST, COL,IA,MICH

35 Stevan Ridley LB/RB 6'1 220 4.60 Natchez Trinity Episcopal Mississippi LSU The Natchez Democrat's Area Player of the Year as a junior, Ridley committed early to Missisippi but backed off and committed to LSU shortly after they offered in March. As a junior he played QB and starred both ways, carying the ball 370 times for 1,818 yards rushing and 22 TDs. He passed for 841 yards. At LB, he had 36 solo tackles, 49 assists, and 3 INTs. He runs with good power and vision but lacks breakaway speed. He projects at LB in college due to his nice size and aggressive style of play. He's one of the top LBs in the Deep South. 1-Natchez Democrat-Metro (Player of Year) OFFERS: MS, LSU

36 Tyler Nielsen LB 6'4 200 4.50 Humboldt Iowa Iowa Like his prep teammate Cody Hundertmark, Nielsen enjoyed excellent in-state credentials but really emerged as a definite top five in-state prospect during the 2006 spring combine circuit. As a junior, he earned First Team Class 3A All-State honos after registering 57 tackles, 24 asists, 3 TFL and 3 INTs in just 8 games. As a sophomore, he recorded 37 tackles, 17 assists and 3 TFL. He also stars on the basketball team and has run a 10.77 100-meters. What Nielsen brings to the field is a great frame that can really fill out and outstanding speed (4.50 forty at a combine), athleticism (37-inch vertical) and quickness (great 4.22 shuttle). He will need to get stronger, but his frame and quickness are very attractive qualities in this era of spread offenses. Also a solid student. He committed to Iowa in May. Top 1 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Des Moines Register-3A-AS; 2-INA-3A-AS OFFERS: IA,PUR, IAST

37 Carlton Johnson LB/DB 6'1 198 4.40 Panama City Mosley Florida A Second Team Class 4A All-State selection at linebacker as a junior, Johnson has the size, speed and quickness toplay either LB or safety in college. He also benches 315 pounds. Johnson was named the Bay County's Defensive Player of the Year as a junior after registering 151 tackles and eight sacks. He also nabbed one interception, returning it for a touchdown. Johnson is yet another talented safety prospect out of Florida. Has looked very impressive during the 2006 combine circuit and has made a big move up the charts. He has some nice early offers. 43-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006-LB); 2-FSWA-4A-AS (LB) OFFERS:AUB,MS, AL,FLA,GA

38 Von Miller LB 6'3 210 4.51 De Soto Texas A standout prep DE who probably projects as a LB in college due to his outstanding speed, athleticism (33-inch vertical) and quickness (4.12 shuttle). As a junior, he had 38 tackles and 7.5 sacks. He has a 3.0 GPA. He has an explosive first step. Has looked exceptional during the 2006 combine circuit. One of the better linebackers in the state. 65-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS:A&M,MS,OKST, BAY,KANST, TT,FLA, NEB,COLST, ARK,CFLA

39 Terrance Pritchett LB/TE 6'3 200 4.60 Sacramento Grant California Helped lead Grant to a 11-2 record with 135 tackles and 9 sacks his junior season. He's an outstanding tackler and has a nice combination of size and speed. A sideline-to-sideline player who has the speed to also play safety. He's also a 3.5 student. One of the top prospects in northern California. He committed to Arizona in June. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (LB); 1-Sacramento Bee-Area (LB) OFFERS: AZ,WASH, WASHST, COL,SDST

40 Will Thompson LB 6'1 230 4.70 Jersey City St. Peter's Prep New Jersey Boston College Thompson is one of the top 10 prospects in New Jersey. As a junior he helped lead St. Peter's to a perfect 12-0 season from his OLB spot, registering 62 tackles, 11 TFL and 9 sacks. He's exceptionally strong, especially in the lower body (dead lifts 780 pounds, benches 305, squats 655), has great range, speed and football instincts. His motor is never off. Just a natural football player. He committed to Boston College in August. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 13-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-AP-AS; PS Top LINEBACKERS in New Jersey OTHERS (after top 5) ; PS Top 121 NJ JRs ; 2-NJHS-PS-AS OFFERS:BC,UVA, UCONN,WVU, PITT, MD,SYR, MICHST,TEMP

41 Austin Stafford LB/DL/OL 6'3 210 4.50 Hayward California Stafford really exploded onto the scene at the Palo Alto Nike camp in May and is now considered to be one of the best linebackers on the west coast. Nebraska, as is often the case in California, was the first school to come forward with an offer. A very smooth, athetic and quick prep DE who plays very well in space and will play LB or perhaps safety in college. As a junior, he earned First Team All-Conference honors after posting 83 tackles, 12 TFL, 10 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries. Was one of only two sophomores to play varsity ball at Hayward in 2004. Can get to the QB and also drop back and excel in coverage. Huge upside. OFFERS: NEB

42 Dewey Elliot LB 6'0 239 4.50 Fairfield Ohio Elliot was an "uber-sleeper" out of Ohio, a relative unknown until he was offered by, of all schools, Oklahoma. He's a compact, powerful (315 bench, 500 squat), speedy and athletic LB. Great hitter. As a junior, he recorded almost 100 tackles and 2 INTs in earning All-Conference, All-County and All-City honors. One of the top LBs in the midwest. OFFERS:15+ May Os: OK,MIA(OH),CIN, WVU,IA, OHST

43 Charles White LB 6'1 210 4.45 Columbia Blythewood South Carolina Georgia White has emerged during the spring evaluation period as one of the top 10 prospects in South Carolina. What he really bring to the field is tremendous speed and quickness combined with a real nose for the ball, a motor that is always on go, the ability to shed blockers and an aggresive mentality. 265 bench, 435 squat. As a junior, he recorded 94 tackles, 5 sacks, 7 TFL and 2 INTs. An excellent 3.8 student. Rapidly moving up the charts as his tape is distributed and he performs well at combines. He committed to Georgia in May. OFFERS: KY,MD, MIDTENST,GA

44 Jordan Campbell LB/RB 6'0 223 4.63 Norco California Campbell was a Second Team Junior All-State selection this past season and has followed up with a very fine 2006 combine season. An avid weight lifter who has put up 42 reps at 185 pounds on the bench press, this "ripped" 'backer has a great nose for the ball, nice hip movement, good quickness (a great 4.16 shuttle) and great strength (benches 365, squats 505). He needs to improve his drops. As a junior, he registered 135 tackles. As a sophomore, he played RB and rushed for 723 yards on 130 carries while playing second fiddle to Toby Gerhart. Has tested exceptionally well on the combine circuit. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (LB); 1-CIF-Division V-Southern Section OFFERS: BAY, UCONN, MIN,ORE, UNLV,WASH, BOISE ST, FRESNO ST, UTEP,SDST, UTAH,COLST, USC

45 Earl Patin LB 6'2 230 4.60 Baton Rouge Southern Lab Louisiana Patin has emerged as probably the top linebacker in Louisiana after earning First Team Class 1A All-State honors his junior season. As a junior, he registered 80 tackles, eight tackles for loss, six sacks and five pass breakups. He has nice size, good speed and exceptional strength (a great 380 bench press). Together with his aggressive style of play, he has the complete package. He's still a bit raw, but has come on like gangbusters the past twelve months. 20-LA (Winter 2006); 7-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-AS; 1-LSWA-1A-AS (LB); 1-District 7-1A (LB); 9-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: LSU,CLEM, AUB,AL, MS,CLEM, FLA,NEB

46 Rennie Curran LB 5'11 202 4.62 Snellville Brookwood Georgia Georgia Colleges would be making a huge mistake if they overlook Curran because of his lack of size, because he can play the game. As a sophomore he registered 145 tackles. He followed that up with a school-record 187 tackles and 4 sacks as a junior. He is very quick (4.27 shuttle) and has fine athletic ability (38-inch vertical). He goes sideline-to-sideline and is very physical. He has a great nose for the football and real instincts for the game. Committed to Georgia in April. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006); 1-Atlanta JC-AAAAA-AS; HM-GSWA-AAAAA-AS OFFERS: MSST,GT, AUB, BC, GA

47 Brandon Hicks LB/TE 6'2 199 4.77 Jacksonville Forrest Florida Hicks is a talented OLB prospect who has emerged during the 2006 combine circuit as one of the top 'backers in the state. He has a nice frame that could easily fill out. He has good quickness (4.50 shuttle) and explosiveness (30-inch vertical) but needs to get stronger (260 bench). As a junior, he registered 88 tackles and 12 sacks. Playing TE on offense, he had 220 yards receiving and 2 TDs. He has some very high quality early offers. OFFERS: AUB,MIA, FLA,FSU, CLEM,LSU, TEN,IN, AL,NCAR, NCST,SCAR

48 Terence Fells-Danzer LB/RB 6'3 230 4.60 Culpeper Virginia Virginia Fells-Danzer has the sort of size and mobility that college scouts like to see in a 'backer. One of the first in-staters to receive an offer from Virginia, he played most of his junior season with an ankle injury but still managed 6 sacks and being among the team's leading rushers. Some schools are even recruiting him as a running back. 3.0 GPA. He commited to Virginia in May. OFFERS:UVA,VT

49 Brian Rolle LB/RB 5'11 207 4.60 Immokalee Florida Rolle has enjoyed a very productive career at powerful Immokalee, earning First Team Class 3A All-State honors as a junior. A star on both sides of the ball, he posted 120 tackles in just nine regular season games. He also added 548 yards and eight touchdowns on 70 carries playing fullback, taking over the running load when star TB Javarris James was out for about five games. He'a a real playmaker even though he lacks great height as a 'backer. He plays with reckless abandon and is a huge hitter, making LB his obvious spot at the next level. 3.7 GPA. He has looked impressive during the 2006 combine circuit. 28-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-3A-AS (LB); 1-Naples Daily News-Area (PoY); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: UNLV,MS, FLA,CLEM, NEB,SCAR, WISC,NCST, GA,OHST,GT

50 Malcolm Hall LB/DL 6'4 215 4.70 Fairfax Robinson Virginia The younger brother of Virginia linebacker Olu Hall, Malcolm has a great frame and great athleticism. Entering his junior season he was considered by many to be among the top 5 prospects in the state after starring as a sophomore, but he was not allowed to play for disciplinary reasons his junior year. He will return as a senior. He's a better prospect than his older brother at this point in his career. He has great football instincts, is aggressive and knows how to use leverage. He benches 250 pounds and squats 375 pounds. He still needs to fill out. He also needs to work harder in the classroom and for the team. If he puts things together he could be a national recruit. 9-VA (Winter 2005)

51 Robert Mullins LB 6'0 191 4.50 Los Angeles Dorsey California Mullins was overshadowed a bit as a junior with seniors such as Mark Johnson, Stafon Johnson, Keith Broner and Jovan Hayes holding the spotlight. Now Mullins has the spotlight and he has emerged as one of the top three LBs in the state. As a junior All-City selection he tallied 155 tackles, five sacks, five forced fumbles and two interceptions. He has a nice frame, great speed and is very athletic. He can go from sideline-to-sideline with the best of them. One scout had this to say about him: "He does two things that all great linebackers need to do. He can get to the ball very quickly and he can hit you. He could play for anybody." His coach claims that he's a better linebacker than Ohio State signee Mark Johnson. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 14-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 8-LB-City Section (LA Times-August 2005) OFFERS: MS,AZ, ORE,WASHST, CAL,SDST, UTAH,WASH,MSST

52 Xavier Stinson LB/RB 5'9 214 4.68 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida Stinson is a solid two-way prospect who couldplay either RB or LB at the next level. He's a bit on the short side, at least for a LB, but he makes up for it with good athletic skills and aggressiveness. A three-sport star who finished fifth in the state in wrestling and also runs track. In a breakout junior season, he was named Broward County Small Schools Defensive Player of the Year after tallying 76 tackles, 12 TFL and four sacks. On offense he rushed for over 900 yards and 17 TDs. 23-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A (LB); 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small (LB & Defensive PoY); 15-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: AUB,PITT, MS,IA, TEN,FLA INT

53 Eltoro Freeman LB 5'11 200 4.50 Alexander City Benjamin Russell Alabama Auburn Freeman is an undersized but powerful (385 bench, 455 squat), speedy, instinctive and athletic linebacker. He's a hard hitter and can cover the entire field. He made a name for himself during the 2005 camping season and has followed up with an outstanding 2006 combine circuit. He followed up with a tremendous junior year, registering over 100 tackles and 8 sacks. 2.8 GPA. One of the top 12 prospects in Alabama. He committed to Auburn in July. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: AUB,MS,KY, LOU,TEN, GT,MEMPHIS,SMS

54 Jontae Bumpus LB/DL 6'5 225 Muskogee Oklahoma Oklahoma Bumpus is a tall and rangy DE/OLB prospect who could play either position in college, depending on how his great frame fills out. As a junior he registered 96 tackles and four sacks. As a junior he played in the shadow of senior DE Derek Burton. He has good speed, running the 20 and 400-meters in track, and is an explosive pass rusher. He plays for a team with a lot of young talent. Committed to Oklahoma in April. Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006); Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005) OFFERS:OK

55 Brian Smith LB 6'3 220 4.60 Overland Park St. Thomas Aquinas Kansas Iowa Smith is one of the top ten prospects in Kansas and the Kansas City area. He has a nice frame and great feet for a linebacker. Also plays basketball and runs track. Smith has good bloodlines. His father, Chris, played fullback at Notre Dame and with the Kansas City Chiefs. Brian has some nice earlyoffers. He committed to Iowa in August. OFFERS: KANST,MO, KAN,WASH, KY,AZST, MICHST,TT, PUR,NEB,IA

56 Brandon Joiner LB/DL 6'2 213 4.60 Killeen Shoemaker Texas Joiner really exploded onto the scene at the San Antonio U.S. Army Junior Combine after earning second team All-District honors as a junior. Could play either DE or OLB in college, depending on how much weight he adds. He's exceptionally quick off the edge with very good strength. He has the frame to get bigger and has very fine speed. He needs to put on his sunglasses as his future is bright. 36-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 2-District 13-5A (DE) OFFERS: OKST, BAY,HOU

57 Ricky Booker LB/DL 6'2 230 4.73 Orlando Dr. Phillips Florida Booker has emerged during the winter evaluation period as one of the top linebackers in the South, with early offers from some good programs A powerful DE/LB at the prep level, he played very effectively off the edge, showing great strength (325 bench, great 600 squat), quickness (4.31 shuttle), instincts and a nose for the ball. Coupled with his athleticism, what really stands out is that he's very tough and physical. OFFERS: ND,AUB, LOU,AL, PITT,FLA, CENFLA

58 Randy Martinez LB/DL 6'2 260 4.65 Teaneck New Jersey Martinez is a stocky inside linebacker with surprising quickness who could eat himself into the defensive line soon. He has a motor that doesn't stop, always coms to play and can cover sideline-to-sideline. He is also perhaps the top heavyweight wrestler in New Jersey and understands the use of leverage and using his hands on the field. As a junior, he tallied 80 tackles and six sacks despite missing some games with an ankle injury. He also runs track. An excellent student. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 11-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DE) OFFERS: RUT,TEMP, UVA,CIN, BC,NCAR, DUKE

59 Brandon Lindsey LB/RB 6'2 205 4.65 Aliquippa Pennsylvania Lindsey is a versatile and talented prospect, starring at RB and nose tackle as a junior. In college, however, he projects as a linebacker due to his toughness, frame and ability to pursue the ball. As a junior, he rushed for 1,251 yards and 19 TDs. On defense, he recorded 150 tackles, 15 sacks, 4 fumble recoveries and 1 INT. His brother, Willie, played DB at Northwestern and he has three cousins who are currently DBs at Pittsburgh (Darrelle Revis, Josh Lay, Tommie Campbell). Also plays basketball. 13-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 21-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-WPIAL (RB; Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: PITT,WVU, OHST,TEMP, UCONN, BC, MICH

60 Kevin Rouse LB 6'0 220 4.58 Joliet Catholic Academy Illinois Iowa Rouse is the latest blue-chipper to emerge out of the powerful Joliet Catholic program (also the alma mater of famed Notre Damer Rudy). A powerlifter, he can also go sideline-to sideline and has a good nose for the ball. As a junior, Rouse registered 90 tackles, 20 TFL, 9 sacks and 3 fumble recoveries. A nice combination of power and quickness (4.12 shuttle). He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit. A tough kid. Definitely one of the top 15 prospects in Illinois. He committed to Iowa in August. 14-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); SM-Suburban Chicago News-Area OFFERS: 17 June Os: MS,MO, MIN,NW, COLST,IAST, NCST,KAN, IA,IN, PUR,PITT, WISC

61 Brent Slusher LB/TE 6'3 225 4.79 Pineville Bell County Kentucky Auburn Slusher is one of the top prospects in Kentucky and could play either LB or TE in college. He has looked very, very during the 2006 combine season, showing good speed (4.79), great quickness (4.06 shuttle) and leaping ability (38-inch vertical) for a linebacker. He has a really nice frame that can add another 20-30 pounds. He's a real hitter with the quickness to make the drops in passing situations. Has really gotten stronger the past year (355-pound power clean). As a junior, he starred both ways, catching 14 passes for 353 yards and 5 TDs on offense and registering 152 tackles, 4 INTs and 4 sacks as a LB. 3.8 GPA. He committed to Auburn in July. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006) OFFERS: AUB,VANDY, WAKE,CIN, MARSH,AUB

62 Jermaine Love LB 6'0 206 4.46 North Garland Texas A First Team All-District 11-5A selection as a junior linebacker, Love's game is all about speed. As a junior, he registered a school record 140 tackles along with posting 10 sacks and 2 INTs. Benches 300 and squats 520 but will need to get even bigger to play linebacker in college. Has really come on during the spring evaluation period, emerging as a double-digit offer type of talent. 1-District 11-5A OFFERS: KANST,WASHST, NEB,IAST,ARK, OK,OKST, A&M

63 Bryce McNaul LB 6'4 230 4.70 Eden Prairie Minnesota Northwestern Considered by many to be one of the top two prospects in Minnesota, as a junior McNaul recorded 143 tackles, 24 TFL and 7 sacks. He plays for one of the top programs in the state. He was very impressive at the San Antonio U.S. Army Combine in January. For a big 'backer he has great pursuit speed and can go sideline-to-sideline. He excels at reading and reacting and fills holes very effectively. He 's also very strong for a LB with a 345-pound bench press. He has a 3.4 GPA. He committed to Northwestern in August. 1-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1--AS (LB); HM-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS; 1-Lake OFFERS: NW,IAST, COLST, MIA(OH), WYO,CIN, ILL,CENFLA, TOL,ARMY

64 Jamar Jackson LB 6'4 225 4.65 Richmond Varina Virginia A First Team All-District selection as a junior, Jackson could play either OLB, DE or TE in college. As a junior, he recorded 55 tackles, 7 TFL and 1 INT. A tough, instinctive and quick (remarkable 3.96 shuttle) player with a nice frame. Also a hard worker, he needs to get stronger. HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro; 1-Capital District (E) OFFERS: TEMP,SYR, BALLST, ECAR, DUKE,NCST, BC,VT

65 Terrance Kearns LB/RB 6'1 208 4.48 Frederick Thomas Johnson Maryland West Virginia Kearns is one of the better prospects in a down year in Maryland. A player who runs (4.48 forty, 4.56 shuttle, finished third in the state Class 4A-3A indoor 55-meter dash with a time of 6.51 seconds) and junps (32-inch vertical) very well. As a junior, he rushed for almost 1,000 yards but he will be a LB in college. He committed to West Virginia in April. Another one of those athletic sleepers that WVU does a great job of finding. OFFERS: WVU

66 Jared Glover LB/TE/DL 6'5 220 4.75 Bixby Oklahoma Glover is a tall and rangy OLB/DE prospect who really excels at getting to the quarterback. As a junior, he registered 91 tackles, 30 TFL, and 21 sacks in leading his team to the state title game. On offense, he hauled in 14 passes for 197 yards from his TE spot. He has a great frame that can still fill out, great athleticism, pretty good strength (305 bench) and fine leaping ability (31-inch vertical). The number one student in his class. Plays low and uses his hands well. Could grow into a DE or play OLB in college. OFFERS: KANST,NEB, COLST, OKST, COL,ARK, IAST,A&M, TT,MICHST, SMU,TULSA, KAN

67 Albert Craddock LB/RB 6'2 200 4.40 High Point Southwest Guilford North Carolina North Carolina A talented two-way player, as a sophomore Albert was named All-Conference after rushing for 594 yards and 9 TDs on 81 carries. On defense, he had 1 INT that he returned for a TD. As a junior he rushed for over 1,000 yards and 15 TDs in just 8 games. He will play linebacker in college. He has a nice frame and excellent speed, but will need to fill out a bit and get stronger. Has a great first step. His motor is always on go. 17-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS: AUB,NCAR,VT

68 Blake Lawrence LB/DB/QB 6'2 200 4.65 Shawnee Mission West Kansas A two-way standout, Blake has the ideal frame and athleticism for an OLB, but some schools are even recruiting him as a QB. Blake was an Honorable Mention 6A All-State selection as a junior. His older brother is a QB who signed with Kansas. He has looked good during the 2006 combine circuit, showing fine speed, athleticism (34-inch vertical) and quickness (4.41 shuttle). One of the top 5 prospects in Kansas. HM-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (LB) OFFERS: MO,KANST,KAN, MICHST,TT, COLST,BALLST

69 Aaron Taliaferro LB 6'2 220 4.65 Gloucester Virginia Virginia Taliaferro is one of the top linebackers on the Atlantic Coast. As a junior he had 65 tackles, 11 sacks and 3 fumble recoveries. He's tough, physical and has a good nose for the ball. He plays in Virginia's talent-laden Eastern Region. He was very impressive at Virginia's summer camp in 2005. He has a 3.0 GPA. He committed to Virginia in May. Top 13-Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006 OFFERS:UVA,MD, CLEM,VT

70 Antonio White LB/TE 6'2 240 4.60 Hollandale Simmons Mississippi Mississippi State White is a strong (350 bench, 500 squat), powerful and aggressive ILB with a great nose for the ball. As a junior, he recorded 129 tackles and 13 sacks in leading his school to the 2A state title game. 2.7 core GPA. One of several talented linebackers in the state this year and one of the South's best. He committed to Mississippi State in May. OFFERS: MS,MSST, AL,SMS, MEMPHIS

71 Linwan Euwell LB/TE 6'2 210 4.52 Southwest Edgecombe North Carolina North Carolina State Euwell really blew-up during the May evaluation period after enjoying an oputstanding junior season. As a junior, he registered 98 tackles, 27 TFL and 12 sacks in earning all-conference and Class 3A all-state honors. As a sophomore, he started at TE and DE and earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors. Very explosive and athletic, he can run (4.52 forty, 10.9 100-meters) and jump (38-inch vertical) with the best of them at his position. One of the very best prospects in eastern North Carolina. He committed to North Carolina State in May. OFFERS: NCST, ECAR

72 Andrew Gachkar LB 6'2 205 4.42 Overland Park Blue Valley West Missouri Missouri Gachkar emerged from relative obscurity during spring evaluation with some blow-up performances on the combine circuit. He has a pretty good frame, excellent speed, remarkable quickness for his size, let alone anybody's size (incredible 3.88 shuttle), decent strenght (15 reps) and a great 37-inch vertical. Plays very well in space and can go from sideline-to-sideline and make nice drops in pass coverage. As a junior, he recorded 83 tackles, 5 sacks and 2 INTs. One of the fastest rising prospects in the nation and Missouri was quick to react by offering first. He committed to Missouri in June. OFFERS: MO

73 Steve Sloan LB 6'3 206 4.53 San Jose Archbishop Mitty California UCLA Sloan is one of the top LBs in California. He has a nice frame that has yet to fill out along with fine speed, quickness (4.41 shuttle) and strength (29 bench reps). He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit. As a junior, he recorded 62 solo tackles, 70 assists, 1 INT and 2 sacks. He was the only sophomore on his team to play varsity ball in 2004. Solid student. He committed to UCLA in June. OFFERS: CAL, UCLA

74 Joseph Easter LB 6'2 245 Belllflower St. John Bosco California Easter is one of the top linebackers in California. He's especially effective against thr eun with his great size. As a sophomore he had 52 tacles, 29 assists, 1 sack and 1 INT playing for a traditionally strong program. 18-LB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005)

75 Casey Matthews LB/OL 6'2 225 4.68 Westlake Village Oaks Christian California Oregon One of the better linebackers in California, Matthews has the bloodlines (son of former USC standout Clay Matthews, nephew of perennial All-Pro Bruce Matthews) and plays for a program second to none in talent (Clausen, Tyler, Jones, etc...). He's a sure tackler with the range to move from sideline-to-sideline. As a junior, he posted 132 tackles, 3 INTs, 2 fumble recoveries and 1 sack. As a sophomore, he had 58 tackles and 20 assists. Benches 250 and squats 420. He committed to Oregon in July. 2-Ventura County Star-County (LB); 1-CIF-Division XI-Southern Section; 16-LB-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005) OFFERS: TEN,UTAH, AZST,GT, ORE,COL, SDST,CAL

76 Sam-Earl Fehoko LB/DL 6'0 204 4.89 Honolulu Farrington Hawaii Fehoko emerged during the spring evaluation period as one of the top overall prospects in Hawaii. He was the defensive MVP at one spring combine. He has nice athleticism and has has a motor that never quits. His brother, Whitley Fehoko, plays for San Diego State. OFFERS: SDST,TCU, UTAH,HOU, HAWAII,OK, AZ,WEBST, UNLV,BYU

77 Jared Detrick LB 6'2 235 4.55 Newport News Woodside Virginia Virginia Detrick plays in the talent-laden Tidewater Bay area, and he shined as a junior, recording 86 tackles as a DE/OLB and 200 yards receiving as a TE. He's a powerful (305 bench), physical and quick (6.7 55-meters) linebacker. 3.0 GPA. One of a deep crop of in-state linebackers. Detrick committed to Virginia in February. OFFERS: UVA

78 Stanley Hunter LB/DB 6'0 215 4.50 Duncan Byrnes South Carolina Clemson Hunter was named Third Team All-State as a junior by The State, excelling as both a DE and LB. He registered an impressive 160 tackles, 38 TFL, 16 sacks and 1 INT for the state champions. With his excellent speed and quickness he projects as a safety or OLB in college. He benches 280 pounds and squats 380 pounds. A real headhunter with a nose for the ball. 3.1 GPA. Has some real nice early offers. He committed to Clemson in June. Palmetto Sports 20 to Watch in 2007 (January 29, 2006); 3-The State-AS (DL); 1-Spartanburg Herald-Journal-Area OFFERS: GA,CLEM,NCAR,VT,SCAR

79 Tim Dial LB/DB 6'3 210 4.40 Jenks Oklahoma Arkansas Dial is a raw but athletic OLB prospect who plays for one of the top programs in the nation. He emerged as a higher-level prospect than some more highly touted teammates due to his great combination of size and speed. Also very tough. Played much of his junior season with a cast on his arm. Great bloodlines. His dad, Joe Dial, was one of the greatest pole vaulters the U.S. has ever produced and currently the track coach at Oral Roberts. Tim has inherited those genes and has a great frame, fine speed and outstanding quickness (4.37 shuttle) and strength (19 bench reps). A prospect with a "high ceiling." OFFERS: ARK

80 Brandon Herron LB 6'2 198 4.55 Sugarland Fort Bend Dulles Texas Herron has tested exceptionall well the past couple of years at combines, but he didn't really start receiving offers until this past spring and is still emerging as a high-level prospect. Perhaps because he's a bit of a 'tweener between LB and safety. He will need to get bigger to play 'backer at the next level, but there's no doubting his speed, quickness (4.25 shuttle), strength (15 reps as a soph) or leaping ability (37-inch vertical). Looked very good at the Texas summer camp. OFFERS: MO,UTAH, UTEP, MICHST, MIN,NW, OKST,KANST, NEB,AZ, TT,LSU

81 Johnathan Frink LB 6'1 218 4.69 Oxford Mississippi Talented all-around 'backer who plays tough and aggressive while testing very well (4.69 forty, nice 4.40 shutle, 35-inch vertical). Benches 300 and squats 450 pounds. Earned First Team Class 4A All-State honors after recording 147 tackles as a junior. Explosive for a 'backer. Excellent student. Has lots of early offers. 1-MFCA-4A-AS OFFERS: MS,STAN, MEMPHIS, MSST,SCAR, SMS,OKST, KY,IN

82 Marshall Williams LB/DB 6'3 205 4.59 Lilburn Parkview Georgia Auburn Williams is one of the top linebackers in Georgia. He has an excellent frame, long arms, strength (345 bench), speed (runs the 200 and 400-meters in track), quickness (4.18 shuttle) and leaping ability (38-inch vertical). As a junior he posted 33 tackles and 3 sacks playing for a strong team whose defense wasn't on the field too much. 2.9 GPA. A major, major talent. He committed to Auburn in July. OFFERS: NCAR, VANDY, AUB

83 Tavis Hogsett LB 6'3 230 Jackson Central-Merry Tennessee Hogsett was named First Team Class 4A All-State as a junior after registering a team-high 111 tackles for a team that won the Region 7-4A title. It was his first year at LB. As a sophomore, he started at fullback for a 10-2 7-4A team and was named Honorable Mention All-Region. Originally intended for work at TE as a junior but in the spring of 2005 he looked great at LB. Has a great nose for the ball and the size, power and quicks ideally suited to play ILB. 1-TSWA-4A-AS (LB); 1-Jackson Sun-West Tennessee OFFERS: TEN

84 Luke Diehl LB 6'2 211 4.58 Castle Rock Douglas County Colorado Colorado State Diehl was an Honorabl Mention Class 5A All-State selection as a junior and is one of the top overall prospects in the state. Good bloodlines. He has older brothers playing at Wyoming and Kansas State and he's a better prospect at the same stage. A talented ILB prospect who has a real nose for the ball. Nice strength (310 bench, 545 squat) and the speed to play well in space. He committed to Colorado State in July. 6-CO (Spring 2006); HM-Denver Post-5A-AS; HM-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS OFFERS: KANST, COLST,WY

85 Dan Williams LB 6'3 228 4.60 Wellesley Belmont Hill Massachusetts Boston College Williams has the size and toughness top play inside linebacker and the speed to play outside. A real hitter, as a junior he was good enough to be named the team's co-MVP with senior Notre Dame signee Barry Gallup. As a junior, Williams recorded 90 tackles and five sacks in being named First Team All-Conference and All-New England. Very athletic, he's also a fine basketball player. Williams committed to Boston College in February. One of the top five prospects in Massachusetts. OFFERS: BC

86 Karlin Brown LB/DB 5'10 190 4.40 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Mississippi State A player with a motor always on go, this undersized linebacker has the speed to also project as a safety in college. A true playmaker, as a junior he registered 103 tackles (second on the team behind Auburn-bound Craig Stevens), 4 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, and 2 INTs. A member of the team's national champion 4x100-meters relay team, so you know that he has some serious speed. Plays for one of the nations top producers of talent. He committed to Mississippi State in May. HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 4A-3A (LB) OFFERS: IA,IAST, LOU,MS, KAN,KANST, ILL,SFLA, MSST,UCONN, LSU,KY, SCAR,UAB

87 Kendall Smith LB/RB 6'2 210 4.60 Bushnell South Sumter Florida Florida State Smith enjoyed a productive junior season, registering 156 tackles, 18 TFLs.3 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles. Has the ability to roam all over the field and exceptional dropping back in coverage. He looked very good at the Florida State summer camp at committed to the Seminoles in July. 56-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-2A-AS; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County (LB) OFFERS: CFLA,SFLA, AL,IAST, FSU

88 Darran Kinsey LB/RB 6'1 242 5.19 Miami Gulliver Prep Florida Kinsey transferred from Homestead High to Gulliver Prep after his junior season. As a junior at Homeatead, he was named Second Team All-Dade County for Big Schools by the Miami Herald after recording 55 tackles, 35 assists, 2 sacks and 1 INT. He has great numbers for an ILB, with fine size, strength (27 bench reps, 485 squat), quickness (4.17 shuttle), and explosiveness (28-inch vertical). He has looked very good during the 2006 combine season. One of the better prospects in Southeastern Florida. 2-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (LB) OFFERS: CENFLA,SFLA, AUB,KANST, MICHST, MIN,FLA INT, AUB

89 Joey D'Andrea LB/DL 6'1 233 4.84 Upper Arlington Ohio D'Andrea enjoyed a very productive junior season, earning First Team Division I All-District honors after recording over 100 tackles, 23 TFL and 12 sacks. An excellent pass rusher who is also effective against the run, he has the size and strength (excellent 380 bench, 20 reps) to break through blocks and the speed and agility (4.4 shuttle) to go sideline-to-sideline. A real slippery defender who can find the ball. Plays better than he tests. One of the better 'backers in the midwest. 9-OH-JRS (December); 2-OPS-I-AS; 1-This Week-Columbus Area; 3-DL-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: NW,STAN

90 Justin Hickman LB 6'4 215 4.60 Chicago Hubbard Illinois Along with Morgan Park, Hubbard produces the most talent in the Chicago Public League. Hickman is one of the latest talents to emerge from the program. He plays MLB for Hubbard, but projects as an OLB at the next level due to his great height, frame and speed. Still a bit raw, his upside is huge and a strong summer camp and combine circuit could propel him among the nation's best. 15-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); HM-Daily Southtown-Area; 1-Chicago Sun-Times-Public League OFFERS: AIR FORCE,NMEX, MSST,CMU

91 Josh Gaines LB 6'2 204 4.56 Pflugerville Hendrickson Texas Gaines has really stood out during the 2006 combine season, emerging as one of the top linebackers in Texas. He has excellent speed and quickness (4.17 shuttle) with the frame to get bigger and stronger against the run. As a junior, Gaines registered 117 tackles, three forced fumbles two sacks On offense he started at fullback, carrying the ball 53 times for 704 yards and 7 TDs in a running game geared to standout TB Joseph Reese. 1-District 26-4A (LB & RB) OFFERS: OKST, BAY

92 Martin Wright LB/DB 6'3 192 4.72 Miami Booker T. Washington Florida Wright's best football is ahead of him. He has been somewhat overlooked as he plays for a talent-laden school in a talent-laden area. Really emerged during the spring and summer while attending various camps and combines. Needs to fill out but has a great rame and can run. Plays down in high school so will have to learn to play standing up. Some nice summer offers. OFFERS: MEMPHIS,WMU,TEN, SFLA,AL,FLA

93 D.J. Holt LB/TE/DL 6'1 236 4.62 Encino Crespi California A talented rush end and TE in high school, Holt projects as a LB in college due to his size. He enjoyed a productive junor season, registering 71 tackles, 14 sacks, two forced fumbles, and two interceptions, both returned for touchdowns. On offense, playing both tight end and part-time running back, he caught 48 passes for 849 yards and 10 TDs and had 18 carries for 250 yards and 6 TDs. As a sophomore, he had 36 tackles, 7 sacks, 1 interception, 17 receptions for 364 yards and 4 TDs. A good all-around athlete with a real nose for the ball and playmaking skills, he also runs the 100-meters and throws the shot in track. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DL); 2-CAL-Medium Schools-AS; 16-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 11-DL-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 7-LA Daily News-PS-WR; 1-PS-Valley/High Desert OFFERS: NEV,OREST,SDST,BOISE ST,AZST,WASH,ORE,MON

94 Will Darkins LB/RB 6'2 217 4.73 Lake Oswego Oregon Darkins is one of the top overall prospects in Oregon. Has great, great quickness. Tested exceptionally well at spring combines, especially in the shuttle where he posted an amazing 3.94 time. Also looked good in one-on-one drills. Also plays RB, where he rushed for 1,422 yards and 18 TDs as a junior. Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); 2-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (LB); 3-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (RB); 1-Three Rivers League (RB&LB) OFFERS: OREST

95 Andrew Traylor LB/DL/TE 6'4 220 4.90 Birmingham Mountain Brook Alabama Clemson Traylor has a nice frame and pretty good quickness for a DE/OLB (4.60 shuttle). He has broad shoulders and could easily add another forty pounds to his frame. He also has a great motor. As a junior, Traylor registered 61 tackles, 12 TFL and five sacks. He has looked solid on the 2006 combine circuit, picking up several quality offers as follow-ups to his fine perfomances. Fine student. He committed to Clemson in August. Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: VAND,KY, ARMY,LOU, CLEM,SCAR, PUR,DUKE, NW

96 Kenny Sims LB 5'11 211 4.81 Arlington Seguin Texas Not the biggest 'backer and not the fastest, he plays with great aggressiveness and football speed. As a sophomore, he was named District 7-4A defensive sophomore of the year. As a junior, he was named team MVP and First Team All-District. He has excellent athletic ability and great technique. He also stars in baseball. 80-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 60-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: GT,NW, IA,WAKE

97 C.C. Carpenter LB 6'1 220 4.65 West Monroe Louisiana Carpenter was a First Team Class 5A All-Stat selection after leading the powerful Rebels with 81 tackles, adding eight tackles for loss. A hard-hitting linebacker with excellent strength (300 bench, 445 squat) and prettty good range and mobility. Throws the weights in track. Used to play baseball. Fully qualified. 43-LA (Winter 2006); 10-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-AS; 1-LSWA-5A-AS; 1- All-Championship Game Team OFFERS: MSST, LA-MON

98 Vince Harris LB/DB 6'2 210 4.50 Cincinnati LaSalle Ohio Overshadowed a bit by teammate Ben Martin but a legit high-level D-I prospect in his own right. Runs like a safety but has the instincts of a typical top-notch Ohio 'backer. Solid tackler and really attacks the ball carrier. Will need to get his academics in oredr if he's going to have a chance of qualifying. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); Top 7 Safeties-OH-JRS (December); HM-Southwest Ohio District-I; 1-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-South Division (LB); 5-DB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: ILL,OHIO U., WVU,AKRON

99 Tolbet Matthews LB/TE 6'1 228 5.09 Norfolk Norview Virginia Matthews is one of my favorite prospects in Virginia and is another talented athlete from the Tidewater Bay area. He has a nice build, is still growing and plays the game withe fine athletic ability and toughness. He has a real nose for the ball. Specializes in blocking punts. All-District as a junior. 2.6 GPA and 21 ACT. 5-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); Top 13 Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006; 8-VA (Winter 2005); ; 2-Virginian-Pilot-Tidewater (LB); 1-Eastern District (LB); 2-Eastern District (TE)

100 Dasmine Cathey LB/DL/TE 6'4 194 4.55 Memphis Ridgeway Tennessee Cathey is a tall, lean and speedy (51.0 400-meters) DE/OLB who started the season on the bench but emerged as an All-County and All-Memphis performer and pass rushing terror. He registered 68 tackles and 17 sacks as a junior, helping to lead his team to the state Class 5A semifinals. Exceptionally quick off the edge, he will need to fill out and improve his strength to play at the next level. Top 12 Juniors –TEN (Winter 2006); 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Area (DE); 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro MIAA 4A-5A

101 Korey Williams LB 6'1 214 4.92 New Orleans Edna Karr Louisiana Williams has had an eventful twelve months. He made a name for himself during the 2005 combiune season (tested very well across the board) and was looking forward to having another great season at Edna Karr after posting 120 tackles as a sophomore. Then Katrina hit and he was displaced to Garland Sachse High in Texas. At Sachse, he earned First Team All-District honors after registering 80 tackles and 5 sacks. He has now returned to Karr for his senior season. A strong, tough and hard-nosed linebacker, he ranks with Earl Patin as perhaps the best in the state. 18-LA (Winter 2006); 38-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 11-5A (TX); 8-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: BAY,DUKE

102 Zack Goebel LB 6'5 215 5.00 Evansville Mater Dei Indiana Goebel has a great frame and good athleticism. He also has a nose for the ball. He already made a name for himself as a sophomore, earning underclass All-State honors after posting 71 tackles, 71 assists, 4 sacks and 4 fumble recoveries. With his frame, he could grow into a DE in college. One of the top 10 prospects in the state. : *; 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (LB); Indiana Gridiron Digest 2005 Pre-season Fab 50

103 Xavier Lamb LB/RB 5'11 215 4.60 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida Lamb is the "smaller" brother of blue-chip line prospect Tim Lamb. Not quite as highly recruited as Tim, Xavier is still a top-notch prospect and has the quality early offers to back up that claim. He's a talented LB prospect who only played first two games as a junior because of an ankle injury. In those games, he had 20 tackles and 245 yards rushing for 3 TDs. He's a compact but explosive 'backer, who has good speed, a nice nose for the ball and excellent strength. He finished fourth in the state in wrestling as a junior. He played as a sophomore at Godby before transferring to Lincoln. OFFERS: AL,AUB, ILL

104 Brad Jefferson LB/RB/TE 6'1 205 4.60 Wrightsville Johnson County Georgia Georgia Tech Jefferson is one of the more underrated linebackers in Georgia, and Georgia Tech moved in on him quickly by securing his commitment in May just as word was getting out as to how talented Jefferson is. He lacks great size, but makes up for it with fine quickness, speed and surprising strength (355 bench). Was just strarting to receive quality offers when he verballed to Georgia Tech in May. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: GT,MD, CLEM,DUKE, FLA

105 Gavin Cooper LB 6'3 220 4.60 Oakland Skyline California A First Team All-East Bay selection as a junior, this hard-hitting MLB registered 105 tackles - 42 of which were solo stops - to go along with 2 sacks and 3 INTs. He returned one of those picks 61 yards for a game-clinching touchdown. He has a non-stop motor and a great nose for the ball. One of the top defensive prospects in northern California. HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro; 1-East Bay OFFERS: WASH

106 Chike Amajoyi LB/RB 6'1 215 4.60 San Bernardino Aquinas California Amajoyi is hard-hiting'backer who makes up for his lack of ideal size with his quickness and the punch he packs. He registered 85 tackles and 3 sacks as a junior. Also plays RB and rushed for 1,592 yards and 25 TDs as a junior in earning All-CIF honors. As a sophomore, he had 33 tackles, 13 assists, 1 sack, 4 receptions for 80 yards and 1 TD and 5 carries for 61 yards and 1 TD. Good field awareness and strength (315 bench, 485 squat). Truly exceptional student (4.0 GPA, 1870 SAT). OFFERS: UTAH,UTEP, WASH,STAN, AZST

107 Louis Beal LB/DB/RB 6'1 199 4.50 Detroit Cody Michigan It's a great year for talent in Michigan and Beal has been somewhat lost in the shuffle. He actually has more of a rep with USC fans than in-state football followers after puting on a fine performance at the USC summer camp. Very effective running the ball as a junioir after already posting 82 tackles and 5 sacks as a sophomore starter. Could also project as a safety since he runs so well. HM-News-A-AS (RB); HM-News-Metro (RB)

108 Chris Guthrie LB/RB/ATH 6'4 230 Miami Killian Florida Guthrie wil probably be more sought-after than brother and ex-Killian star Dane Guthrie (now a tight end at Florida). He's a versatile performer wo has played TB, LB and DE in high school, he probably projects as a TE, OLB or DE in college. Could really move up the charts once he makes the combine and camp rounds. 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)

109 Dominique Buchanan LB 6'3 240 4.70 Gilmer Texas Baylor Buchanan is a rapidly rising prospect out of the Longhorn state. He ahd an impressive junior season from his OLB spot, registering 68 tackles, 35 assists, 1 sack and 3 INTs. With his fine size and speed, regioanl schools are in hot pursuit. Buchanan has some nice early offers. He committed to Baylor in August. Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OKST,KANST, MSST

110 Demantise Hill LB/RB 6'0 215 4.53 Olive Branch Mississippi Sharing time carrying the ball as a junior with highly recruited senior Anthony Summers, Hill ran for 645 yards and six touchdowns on 75 carries. Demantise would prefer to play RB in college, but I like him best as a LB. He's very quick to the ball, shows good instincts and a nose for the ball and is well-built. Offered very early by the in-state schools. OFFERS: MS,MSST, ARK,MEMPHIS, SMS

111 Andre Ferguson LB 6'4 210 4.60 Redlands East Valley California Ferguson is one of the top prospects ion the San Bernardino Valley. He has a great frame and very good quickness. As a junior, he was named First Team All-Conference after registering 98 tackles and 8 sacks. Has room to grow and get stronger in the upper body (only a 250 bench but squats a great 550 pounds). Talented all-around athlete who also playsy basketball and runs track. Could project as an OLB or DE in college depending on how much he fills out. HM-San Bernardino Area OFFERS: SDST, KAN

112 Ricardo Thompson LB 6'2 215 4.70 Cincinnati Withrow Ohio Minnesota Thompson has emerged as one of the top prospects in the Cincinnati area and has the quality early offers to back up that claim. He has decent size and speed, but the skills that really stand out are his instincts, nose for the ball and ability to wrap up the ball carrier. Really puts it all on the field. He committed to Minnesota in August. Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December); 10-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: MIN,MICHST, PITT, KENT ST, MIA(OH), CIN,BUFF

113 Neil Doogan LB 6'3 225 4.94 Philadelphia St. Joseph Prep Pennsylvania Doogan is a real sleeper who looked very good at the Michigan summer camp. He has a nice combination of size and speed. Nice quickness (4.40 shuttle) and good football instincts.

114 LeBron Daniel LB/DL 6'2 234 4.77 Cleveland Glenville Ohio Daniel transferred to Glenville for his senior year after playing as a junior at Warrensville Heights. He's a nice-sized 'backer who lacks great speed but makes up for it with nice strength (365 bench) and good football instincts (102 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior). A bit of a DE/LB 'tweener who will need to either get bigger or quicker at the next level. Top 9 DEs-OH-JRS (December); HM-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Cuyahoga County OFFERS: DUKE,MIA(OH), AKRON,COL,IA, CIN,BALLST,BG, MARSH,PUR,ILL, WISC,IN

115 Marquis Kirkland LB/TE 5'11 233 4.84 Syracuse Henninger New York A talented prep TE and LB, he projects as an ILB in college. Kirkland was named First Team All-Conference and Second Team Class AA All-State as a junior after recording 95 tackles, 20 TFL, 3 sacks and 1 INT. As a sophomore, he had 15 receptions for 328 yards and four touchdowns, 53 tackles and five sacks. A real playmaker, Kirkland plays with a motor that is always on go. He can cover from sideline-to-sideline and is especially effective in filling lanes against the run. Lacks great lateral quickness. One of the best prospects in central New York. 2-NYSWA-AA-AS (OE); Syracuse Post-Standard: Junior Achievers (5 of them) September 1, 2005; 1-Pre-CNY

116 Anthony Green LB/DL 6'2 220 4.63 Fort Bend Marshall Texas Iowa State Green is a pretty talented LB prospect with nice size and good speed. Still a bit raw on the field, his best football is ahead of him. He committed to Iowa State in May. OFFERS: MSST,UTEP, IAST,MICHST

117 Romale Tucker LB 6'3 203 4.50 Washington Coolidge D.C. Virginia Tucker has been overshadowed by super-taleneted teammates Marvin Austin and Lamar Milstread but has picked up some nice offers due to an impressive spring evaluation period. He has a great frame, long arms and runs very well. He can really get to the QB, as evidenced by his 15 sacks as a junior. He also registered 46 tackles. Should make a fine college OLB once he fills out. He committed to Virginia in September. OFFERS: AKRON,UVA,NCAR,SYR

118 Chris Carter LB 6'3 200 4.93 Fontana Kaiser California Carter has a nice frame and excellent quickness (4.35 shuttle). As a junior rush end, he registered 89 tackles, 11 sacks, 4 four fumbles and recovered two others. He earned First Team Junior All-State honors. He will be a college LB. Older brother David signed with UCLA. 3.4 GPA. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS (LB) OFFERS: WASH,COLST

119 Drew Dudley LB 6'2 220 4.59 A&M Consolidated Texas Kansas A&M Consolidated has several D-I prospects this year and Dudley ranks up there as a high-level Big Twelve -caliber prospect. He has that combination of size, strength (360 bench) and speed (4.59) that coahes love to see in a 'backer. Also plays like Tarzan, racking up 119 tackles, 3 forced fumbles and 3 fumble recoveries in earning First Team District 13-5A and Third Team Class 5A All-State honors. A well-conditioned athlete. Also an excellent triathlete. 3.6 GPA. He committed to Kansas in July. 1-District 13-5A OFFERS: OKST,TULSA,BAY

120 Alex Silvestro LB/DL 6'4 225 4.60 Paulsboro New Jersey Silvestro enjoyed a very productive junior season in earning First Team South Jersey honors, recording 85 tackles, 5 sacks, and a fumble recovery that was returned for a TD. He has a great frame and good speed and quickness. A lot of room left to fill out. Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006); 1-Philadelphia.com-South Jersey; PS Top 121 NJ JRs ; 2-NJHS-PS-AS (DL) OFFERS: DUKE,RUT,IA,MIN,CIN

121 Ronnie St. Fleur LB 6'2 210 4.90 Hollywood Hills Florida Minnesota A First Team All-County selection in talent-rich Broward County as a junior, he is called by some the hardest hitter in the County. He has nice size, strength, quickness, instincts and a nose for the ball. Lacks good straight-ahead speed. As a junior, he tallied 112 tackles, including 35 TFL. Throws the weights in track. 2.9 GPA. One of the top prospects in southeastern Florida. He committed to Minnesota in July. 1-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A OFFERS: RUT,DUKE, PITT, FLA INTL, FLA A&M, MIN, CENFLA, GA, AZST

122 Noah Keller LB 6'1 225 4.56 Kearney Nebraska Keller is a very athletic LB/FB prospect who tests very well (4.03 shuttle, 37-inch vertical, 25 bench reps, 4.56 forty). A thick and physical player who is very aggressive. As a junior, he registered 118 tackles, 10 TFL, 2 sacks and 1 INT. Perplexing that he didn't receive more early offers. OFFERS: COLST

123 Luke Lambert LB/TE 6'3 200 4.69 Brookfield Missouri Missouri Lambert committed to Missouri in January, so he never really got a chance to get his name out there to many programs. He impressed at the 2005 Missouri summer camp, showing off his great speed (hurdler in track), lateral quickness (4.34 shuttle), frame and athleticism (also plays basketball). As a junior, he set a school record in tackles after missing most of his first two years due to an injury and appendectomy. One of the top ten prospects in the state. OFFERS: MO

124 Chris Sanders LB 6'1 205 4.60 Corsicana Texas Baylor Sanders is one of several talented prospects this year coming out of Corlsicana. A quick and speedy OLB prospect, he enjoyed an especially productive junior season. As a sophomore starter, he was named District 14-4A Defensive Newcomer of the Year. Will need to get bigger to stay at LB in college. He committed to Baylor in June. 31-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 18-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: BAY

125 Ronnie Thornton LB 6'3 201 4.90 Miami Killian Florida Thornton is yet another under-the-radar Dade County star. As a junior, he registered 89 tackles and 5 sacks. Reads plays well but still needs to fill out. OFFERS: OHIO U.,MEMPHIS, AUB,PITT, SCAR,SFLA, NCST

126 Josh Cragin LB/DB 6'2 213 4.53 Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee Florida Cragin is a speedy and athletic OLB prospect who has tested very well at various combines the past year (4.56 forty, 4.65 shuttle, 32-inch vertical). He has also been impressive in one-on-one drills, showing excellent quickness, strength (benches over 300) and technique. One of the ture sleepers int he state, he is just starting to emerge. OFFERS: AL, GT

127 Marcus Richardson LB/DB 5'10 199 4.47 Seguin Texas Oklahoma State A First Team District 25-5A 'backer as a junior LB, Richardson is a bit of a 'tweener who could project at either OLB or SS at the next level. A real hitter. Outstanding speed and quickness (4.47 shuttle) but he will need to bulk up to play Big Twelve ball. He committed to Oklahoma State in July. 1-District 25-5A (LB) OFFERS:NEB,OKST, A&M

128 Ian Thomas LB/RB 6'0 206 4.70 Hyattsville DeMatha Maryland Thomas is the top senior prospect at powerful DeMatha this year. Although not very big, he has a unique combination of strength (25 bench reps), quickness (4.4 shuttle), leaping ability (36-inch vertical) and speed. An All-Area performer as a junior after registering 101 tackles and 5 sacks, he has really blown up during the 2006 combine season. Considered by many to be among the top 15 prospects in Maryland. HM-Big School-AS; Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006)

129 Brandon Walls LB/RB 5'11 200 4.46 Irving Texas Kansas State Walls is a sleeper prospect at LB who lacks great size but can really run and hit you. As a sophomore, he registered 108 tackles. His junor season he primarily played RB. Has picked up some nice early offers. He committed to Kansas State in June. OFFERS: KANST,KAN, ARK,PUR, A&M,WISC

130 Lindell Stevenson LB/QB/ATH 6'2 220 4.42 Bennettsville Marlboro County South Carolina Stevenson is one of the better athletes in South Carolina. He has starred as a quarterback in high school but I like him best as a OLB in college. He missed much of his junior season with an ankle sprain, but showed enough as a sophomore to start receiving interest from the high majors. As a sophomore, he passed for 962 yards and 9 TDs and rushed for 1,474 yards and 12 TDs. He has the frame, strength (300 bench, 505 squat), speed (4.42 forty) and agility to excel as a linebacker in college. Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); 1-PS-Pee-Dee (QB); Top 5 South Carolina Underclassmen Charlotte Observer, (August 14, 2005); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) (QB/ATH) OFFERS: SCAR,CLEM

131 Ben Eaton LB/RB 6'0 225 4.50 Baltimore Gilman Maryland Eaton stars for a Gilman program that has a tradition of producing D-I talent. As a junior he recorded 97 tackles, 4 fumble recoveries, 4 forced fumbles, 4 sacks and 1 INT. On offense, he rushed for 424 yards. As a sophomore he registered 98 tackles, 4 sacks, 3 fumble recoveries and 2 INTs. He also rushed for 535 yards and 8 TDs. He's a real bruiser on both sides of the ball and has an aggressive and physical demeanor. Eaton is the son of Dunbar coach Ben Eaton Sr.. 2-Big School-AS; 1-Baltimore Sun-Metro; 1-Baltimore Sun-Baltimore City; 3-PS-Dream Team

132 DeVarro Greaves LB 6'3 200 4.55 Folkston Charlton County Georgia Off-the-radar prospect who earned all-region honors as a junior despite missing three games with an injury. Recorded 35 tackles and four sacks. Nice athleticism, frame, speed and quickness. Should excel as an OLB in college once he fills out. OFFERS: FSU

133 Hunter Ovens LB 6'2 220 4.60 Sarasota Cardinal Mooney Florida Virginia Tech Ovens is a two-sport star who is also a major league baseball prospect. Has played on the varsity since he was a freshman. A pure 'backer who combines ideal size, speed and instincts. Productive on the field but has really emerged during May evaluation. He committd to Virginia Tech in July. Florida Top 162 JRs (Add-On-DL); 2-FSWA-2B-AS (DL) OFFERS: VT,WAKE

134 Cedric Cooper LB 6'2 230 4.60 Slidell Louisiana Cooper is a quick and athletic 'backer who also stars in basketball. Runs very well and will really hit you. Only think holding back schools from offering is his academics. 26-LA (Winter 2006); 24-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-AS

135 Quillie Odom LB 6'2 200 4.60 Potomac Osbourn Park Virginia Virginia Tech Odom is a sleeper prospect who earned all-district and all-region honors as a junior. Has good quickness and the frame to get much bigger. He committed to Virginia Tech in May. OFFERS: JAMESMAD, MARSH, VT

136 Dwight Hunt LB/DB 6'0 188 4.50 Miami Edison Florida Hunt has been a bit overshadowed due ot the great amount of talent in Dade County and his lack of great size for a linebacker. Don't let that fool you, however, because he is an excellent prospect with fine speed (10.9 100-meters), agility (4.18 shuttle), strength (13 bench reps, 275 bench, 450 squat), leaping ability (35-inch vertical) and football instincts. As a junior, he recorded 79 tackles, 9 TFL, 1 sack and 1 INT. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit. He could also project as a safety in college. 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald) OFFERS:IN, WISC

137 Kyle Jarrett LB 6'4 215 4.50 Clemmons West Forsyth North Carolina Wake Forest Jarrett has a great fame and is extremely quick and agile for his size. He was already on the varsity as a freshman and was named All-Conference both as a sophomore and junior. As a junior, he registered 9 TFL. He's an all-around athlete who runs the sprints in track and starts in basketball. He has the athletic ability to play several positions in college but I really like him as an outside linebacker. Also has exhibited outstanding leadership skills and is a very fine student. Jarett committed to Wake Forest way back in August of 2005. 27-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: WAKE

138 Kyle Jackson LB 6'1 214 4.66 McDonough Union Grove Georgia Georgia Tech Jackson has nice speed (11.2 100-meters) and quickness (4.43 shuttle) for a LB. As a junior, he registered 65 tackles, 45 assists, 28 TFL, 7 sacks and 2 INTs. All-Region as a junior. Pursues the ball well and a hard hitter. One of the better 'backers in Georgia. He committed to Georgia Tech in July. OFFERS:MSST,BALLST, WAKE,GT

139 Justin Curry LB 6'3 225 Buford Georgia North Carolina An All-County performer as a junior, Curry has excellent size together with good lateral movement and strength. Also great bloodlines, which may explain his early commitment to North Carolina (February), as pops Buddy Curry was a standout for UNC and in the NFL. OFFERS: NCAR

140 Jayson Cuba LB/DB/RB 6'3 215 4.60 Newton Kansas Kansas State A First Team All-Conference selection as a junior, Cuba has a great frame and fine quickness. A versatile performer, as a junior he had 65 carries for 400 yards and 4 TDs, 7 receptions for 110 yards and 1 TD and 52 tackles. Not playing for a strong team nor in a hotbed of recruiting, he was overlooked by many early in the recruiting process and Kansas State was able to wrap him up very early. He committed to Kansas State in January. 1-AV-CTL-Division II (RB) OFFERS: KANST

141 Chris Francis LB 6'1 210 4.60 Cedar Hill Texas Baylor Chris is the son of former Baylor star LB James Francis. Lacks great size but is a hard worker and has good football instincts. He committed to Baylor in June. 1-District 7-5A (LB) OFFERS: BAY,MO,COL, UCONN,TCU,HOU, UNLV, UTEP, RICE, TULANE

142 John Hopkins LB/TE 6'1 218 4.90 St. Louis Oakville Missouri Hopkins has emerged as one of the better prospects in the St. Louis ardea after turning in impressive performances at several camps and combines this spring. A TE/DE who projcts as a LB in college. Well-built and pretty quick (4.62 shuttle). Needs to get stronger. Has some nice early offers. OFFERS: IN, MICHST, NILL

143 Reid Smith LB 6'3 240 Oak Lawn Illinois Smith is a big and powerful linebacker. He's put together well, plays a physical brand of ball and has a real nose for the ball. As a junior, he earned Honorable Mention All-State honors after registering 111 tackles, 16 TFL and 6 sacks. As a sophomore he had 105 tackles. Needs to get a bit quicker. One of the top defenders in Illinois. 16-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) ; HM-Daily Southtown-Area; 1-Chicago Star-Area

144 Tony Jackson LB 6'1 230 4.40 Galloway Westland Ohio Jackson is one of the better linebackers in Ohio. He has nice size, and very good speed and quickness (fine 4.2 shuttle). What really stands out, however, is his strength and power, especially in the lower body. He benches a solid 320 pounds but is off the scales with a 630-pound squat. Also very productive on the field as a two-way star, registering 137 tackles, 12 sacks and 2 INTs. On offense, he rushed for 1,450 yards and 14 TDs. Also plays basketball and participates in track. He transferred to Westland for his junior year from Dublin Central-Crosing. Offers should roll in once his film makes the rounds. Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December); 6-RB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: BG,CIN

145 Zachary Easterly LB/DB 6'3 210 4.60 Detroit Cass Tech Michigan Easterly is a super sleeper prospect who I think will really emerge from the huge shadows of teammate Joseph Barksdale during the combine and camp circuit. He has a great frame that could really fill out and the quickness to be recruited by some programs as a safety. As a junior, he registered 24 tackles, 21 assists and 6 sacks. Benches 275 and squats 335, so he can get stronger, especially in the lower body. He plays for one of the better programs in the PSL.

146 Matt Singletary LB/DL 6'3 230 4.72 San Jose Valley Christian California Matt is the son of NFL Hall of Famer Mike Singletary. The best defensive prospect to emerge from the area since USC DE Jeff Schweiger. Has the range and quickness to play LB and the frame and strength to play DE in college. Was the only sophomore to play on the varsity for one of the state's top teams. One of the top defenders in California.

147 Kellen Harris LB 6'3 210 4.61 Sharon Pennsylvania Harris is one of the top LBs in Pennsylvania. Has started since his freshman season and is a youngster, not turning seventeen until August. Has a nice frame and excellent quickness. Also plays RB. Being looked at by some of the top programs in the east. 31-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS: WVU,IN, MARSH, CIN

148 Alex Delisi LB/TE 6'2 220 4.76 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan Solid LB prospect from a program loaded with D-I talent. As a junior, he registered 71 tackles, 53 assists 5 sacks and 1 INT. Benches 355 pounds and can do 13 reps. OFFERS: ILL

149 Nate Carter LB 6'2 213 4.80 Las Vegas High Nevada Carter is one of the fastest rising prospects out West. As a junior, he helped lead his team to the state title. He has nice size, good speed, solid strength (16 bench reps), excellent agility (4.5 shuttle) and a nice 31-inch vertical. Still a little raw as he is relatively new to the game. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit and has emerged as one of the top overall prospects in Nevada. 3.4 GPA. OFFERS: IDAHO,UNLV,WYO

150 Curtiz Mathiz LB 6'3 215 4.60 Harvey Thornton Township Illinois Thornton Township has produced more NFL talent than any team in the state. Mathiz is one of the latest prospects to emerge from the tradition-laden program. As a junior, he played fullback and linebacker. He projects as a linebacker in college. What I like about him is that he has a nice frame and good speed. He also has an aggressive demeanor on the field. He likes to hit. He is rapidly emerging as a big-timer as his frame fills out. : *

151 Nathan Vaimourga LB 5'11 191 4.59 Corona California A talented polynesian who plays much bigger than his size. Runs very well. Played DE as a junior, and despite being hampered by an ankle injury he registered 79 tackles and 3 sacks. Tremendous motor, his greatest asset. Also is strong (21 reps) and can jump (35-inch vertical). OFFERS:SDST, BOISE ST, AZ, COL, COLST

152 Hershel Houston LB/RB 5'11 233 4.89 Cherokee County Alabama A First Team Class 3A All-State selection as a junior RB, Houston could also project at LB in college. As a junior, he rushed for 1,865 yards and 28 TDs. As a sophomore back-up at RB, he rushed for more than 600 yards. At the Alabama North-South All-Star game he looked good as a linebacker, leading the North with 4.5 tackles. A hard-nosed kid who enjoys the game, he's gotten bigger, stronger and faster, turning into a legit SEC-caliber prospect. 1-ASWA-3A-AS (ATH-DEF); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (RB); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game (LB)

153 Robert Williams LB 6'1 230 Chula Vista Otay Ranch California Williams is one of the better linebackers in California. As a junioir he earned Second Team Junior All-State honors. He's especially effective against the run, using his size and speed to fill the lanes. Still a sleeper for many. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (LB); 2-San Diego Union-Tribune-Area (LB)

154 Savion Frazier LB/RB/DB/ATH 6'2 215 4.58 Woodbridge Gar-Field Virginia Versatile performer who started at QB as a soph, moved to RB as a junior but projects at LB or TE in college due to his size and athleticism. As a junior, he had 90 carries for 624 yards and 10 TDs. As a sophomore, he passed for 805 yards and 4 TDs, completing 79 of 1999 attempts. Was a Second Team All-District selection as a return man his junior season. Good athlete who also plays hoops. Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006); 2-Cardinal District (RB)

155 Preston Williams LB/TE 6'2 195 4.75 Memphis East Tennessee Williams has a great frame and was already a two-way starter at DE and TE for a 4A team as a sophomore. He has excellent speed, but what really makes him a high major prospect is his motor that never quits. He plays for one of the more talent-rich programs in the state. 10-TEN (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MS, MEMPHIS

156 Cardenal Coleman LB/DL 6'2 240 Sandersville Washington County Georgia His coach compares him to Takeo Spikes. Has ideal size for an ILB and has pretty good pursuit skills and can pack a punch.. Stars both ways in high school but he's a 'backer in college. Also a very good student. Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)

157 Marquis Horne LB 6'2 209 Homestead Florida Lost in the shuffle as a junior after earning First Team Miami Herald All-Dade County Small School honors as a sophomore at Bay Point by registering 66 tackles and 10 sacks. Transferred to Homestead for junior year. 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005); 2-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)

158 John Douglas LB/DL/RB 6'2 227 4.78 Augusta Aquinas Georgia Auburn Auburn does about as good a job as anyone in evaluating defensive prospects, so Douglas must be a good one since he committed to the Tigers in June. He looked very good at Auburn's senior camp, showing off good speed and hands. He registered about 90 tackles as a junior. Nice combination of size, speed and quickness (4.49 shuttle). OFFERS: AUB

159 Stephen Franklin LB/TE/RB 6'0 210 4.72 North Kansas City Missouri At combines was not measured at the 6-3 at which some services were listing him. Despite that, he's stiull a pretty good prospect who earned All-Conference honors as a two-way player his junior year. He carried the ball 48 times for 410 yards, had 120 yards receiving and 4 TD catches, and registered 64 tackles, 4 TFL and 2 INTs. Also plays basketball. He has a frame to add 25 more pounds and quick feet. Projects as a LB or H-Back in college. OFFERS: KANST

160 Jonathan Massaquoi LB 6'3 216 4.85 Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett Georgia One of the better LBs in Georgia, Massaquoi has a great frame to go along with nice speed and quickness. As a junior, he had 61 tackles and 3 sacks. Plays well in space and is getting stronger (290 bench, 425 squat). Also starts in basketball. Massaquoi has great bloodlines, with cousins playing at Georgia and Michigan. A fine OLB prospect. Will start receiving offers once he qualifies. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: TEN-CHATT,IN,MEMPHIS

161 Jennings Hester LB 6'3 215 4.70 Atlanta Marist Georgia Alabama Jennings has a nice frame, pretty good quickness and strength (310 bench, 375 squat). As a junior, he registered 105 tackles, 9 TFLs and 1 sack. He committed to Alabama in June. OFFERS: AL

162 Sa'coby Carter LB/DL 6'1 220 4.82 Hawkinsville Georgia Carter is an athletic prep DE who could play either DE or LB at the next level since he runs so well. Has solid quickness off the edge. Had about 30 tackles and 10 sacks as a junior. Benches 300, squats 500. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: SCAR

163 Quillie Odom LB 6'2 200 4.60 Potomac Osbourn Park Virginia Virginia Tech Odom is a quick 'backer who has a great nose for the ball and always plays hard. A tough kid. He committed to Virginia Tech in May. OFFERS:MARSH,JAMES MAD,VT

164 Marlin Parker LB/TE 6'2 225 4.60 Warren Harding Ohio Toledo Parker is a powerful (26 bench reps and squats over 500 pounds) and quick linebacker. He looked very good at the 2005 Michigan summmer camp. He's quick off the edge and can really get to the quarterback. He also has great pursuit skills in defending against the run. As a junior, he had 70 tackles and 5 sacks. One of the better linebackers in Ohio. He committed to Toledo in September. Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December); 4-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: BC,IN, CIN,AKRON, TOL

165 Marquiste Ramos LB/TE 6'5 213 4.97 Melbourne Bayside Florida Ramos has a great frame for a linebacker, DE or TE. He also is very athletic, instinctive and productive on the field. So much so, that his coach moved him from DE to MLB in the middle of his junior season so he could get more into the action. As a junior, he recorded 98 tackles and 7 sacks. Also a talented TE, most schools are recruiting him as a linebacker. He is a fine weights thrower in track. OFFERS: CENFLA,EKY

166 Hank Vincent LB/DL 6'2 230 4.80 Pasco Washington Vincent has a huge rep in Washington prep circles and parlayed that into First Team All-State honors as a junior after registering 11 sacks. He's a pass rushing terror from his DE position but the big question for colleges is whether he has the frame to bulk up to play DE or the quickness to stand up as a linebacker in college. The classic 'tweener, my best guess is that he has the speed and athleticism (4.8, 30-vertical, 300 bench press) to play standing up. His greatest asset is his non-stop motor and fondness for hitting opposing defenders. Top 2 WA LM (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); 1-Seattle Times-AS (DL); 1-4A-AS (DL); 1-PS-Seattle Times-AS

167 Brandon Hanna LB 6'3 215 4.50 Coeur d'Alene Lake City Idaho Oregon OFFERS: IDAHO,OREST,IDST,BOISEST,ORE

168 Blake Sorensen LB/DB 6'0 205 4.60 Eden Prairie Minnesota Northwestern 7-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS; 1-Lake OFFERS: SDST,WYO,NW

169 Ben Duvall LB/TE 6'4 205 4.63 Owensboro Apollo Kentucky Purdue 1-Owensboro-Messenger-Inquirer-Area (LB) OFFERS: PUR,EKY,WAKE

170 Ben Pooler LB 6'3 230 4.56 Lawrenceville Prep New Jersey Maryland OFFERS: MD

171 Kendall Washington LB/WR/DB 6'4 190 Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas Ohio Michigan State Top 11 WRs-OH-JRS (December); 2-OP-Division V-AS; 6-WR-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: MIA(OH), BG,KENTST, MICHST

172 Terrell Turner LB/DL 6'2 225 Los Angeles Crenshaw California

173 Javon Reese LB 6'4 215 4.50 Fort Wayne South Indiana 2-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (LB); 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS OFFERS: EMU, AKRON, BALLST

174 Tyrone Sonier LB 6'2 225 4.60 Fort Bend Marshall Texas Kansas State OFFERS: KANST,IN, MICHST, MO,UTEP

175 Mike Mele LB/RB 6'1 200 4.50 Manasquan New Jersey Syracuse 2-AP-AS (UT-DEF): PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: SYR

176 Tristan Dorty LB/DL 6'3 230 4.70 Mount Ulla West Rowan North Carolina Wake Forest OFFERS: WAKE, UVA

177 Patrick Grant LB/DL 6'4 186 4.68 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida OFFERS: MARSH, AL, RUT

178 Charles Young LB/WR/DB 6'3 215 4.60 Mamou Louisiana Texas A&M OFFERS: LA TECH,LA-MON,A&M

179 Kenny Alexander LB 6'1 215 4.56 McKinney North Texas Oklahoma State OFFERS: OKST,BAY,PUR,IAST,TULANE,SMU,MSST,TULSA,UTEP

180 Tyler Crane LB 6'3 212 4.60 Allen Texas Missouri 1-District 8-5A (DE) OFFERS: MO

181 Calvin Sutton LB 6'1 210 4.60 DeLand Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Volusia County; 1-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area OFFERS: AUB, FLA INTL

182 Miles Burris LB 6'3 225 4.72 Granite Bay California OFFERS: SDST, BYU,NEB,ARMY, NEV, BOISE ST

183 Kevin Rohleder LB/PK 6'1 205 Wichita Bishop Carroll Kansas Kansas State OFFERS: KANST

184 Jamie Jones LB 6'1 210 Springdale Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: MS,KY

185 Al-Ghaffar Lane LB/DL 6'4 200 Paterson Catholic New Jersey OFFERS: RUT,CIN, DUKE, SYR,PUR

186 Tim Nelson LB 6'2 236 4.59 Louisville Jefferson County Georgia HM-GSWA-AAA-AS; 1-Augusta Chronicle-Georgia Area

187 Robert Hall LB 6'3 201 4.72 Friendswood Texas Colorado OFFERS: HOU,COL,IAST

188 Lorren Womack LB 6'0 210 4.60 Huber Heights Wayne Ohio

189 Albert Rocker LB/DL 6'1 200 4.72 Madison Alabama OFFERS: VANDY,LOU,GT,PUR

190 Patrick Hampton LB/DL 6'3 207 4.90 Atlanta King Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: DUKE,MD,IN, MIA(OH), AKRON,PUR

191 Austen Jorgensen LB/TE 6'3 210 4.65 North Sanpete Utah BYU 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-3A-AS (LB) OFFERS: BYU

192 Melvin Ingram LB/QB 6'2 224 4.87 Rockingham Richmond County North Carolina Top 50-NC (Winter 2006)

193 Tenerio Davis LB 6'1 201 4.75 Decatur Southwest DeKalb Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); 2-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale OFFERS: MSST

194 Kevin Watt LB/DL/OL/RB 6'4 225 4.80 Glen Ellyn Glenbard West Illinois Northwestern 17-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) OFFERS: NW

195 Charlie Kay LB/TE 6'3 220 4.70 Aurora Regis Jesuit Colorado

196 Tyler Ahles LB/TE 6'3 220 4.94 San Bernardino Cajon California Colorado OFFERS: COL

197 John Tyndall LB/RB 6'3 215 4.88 Pacific Grove California 1-CAL-Junior-AS (LB); 1-CAL-Small Schools-AS; 1-San Jose Mercury News-Area; San Jose Mercury News - SPECIAL HONORS Junior of the year; 11-23 (Top 2 JRs) Area (San Jose Mercury News-September 2005); 1-PS-Central Coast Section OFFERS: BYU,SJST

198 Sherman Golden LB/RB/DL 6'2 230 4.80 St. Louis Affton Missouri 3-MFCA-4A-AS (RB) OFFERS: MO

199 Terrell Willis LB/RB 6'0 193 4.72 Jackson Lumen Christi Michigan HM-Freep-AS

200 Jake Proctor LB/RB 6'2 210 4.67 Fort Worth Paschal Texas OFFERS: WYO

201 George Tabron LB 6'3 215 4.70 Canton Central Catholic Ohio Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28); Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December) OFFERS: BALL ST

202 Julian Herron LB 6'0 202 4.50 Arlington Bowie Texas 2-District 7-5A (DE) OFFERS: BAY,LSU

203 Maurice Ellerbe LB Miami Coral Springs Florida HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (LB) OFFERS: CLEM, CENFLA

204 Alvin Jordan LB 6'2 225 5.22 Dallas Greenhill Texas 49-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: WYO,LOU-MON, HOU

205 Levi Slaydon LB 6'3 228 4.72 Picayune Mississippi OFFERS: LSU

206 Tymon Hudson LB/DL 6'2 200 5.09 Rome Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)

207 Chad Diehl LB/OL 6'2 235 Duncan Byrnes South Carolina 1-Spartanburg Herald-Journal-Area (OL) OFFERS: COASTAL CAR,VT,DUKE

208 Toronto Smith LB 5'9 192 4.69 Tallahassee Rickards Florida OFFERS: ILL,IN, FLA INTL

209 Marquis Boone LB/DB 6'1 215 4.55 Jacksonville Sandalwood Florida 70-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-6A-AS (DB) OFFERS: ILL,CMU

210 Terrell Johnson LB/TE 6'2 196 Southern Choctaw Alabama 1-ASWA-2A-AS (LB); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-2A-AS (LB) OFFERS: ARK,MSST

211 Scott Solomon LB/DL 6'3 227 4.68 San Antonio Marshall Texas

212 Raymond Sankey LB/DL 6'3 225 Proviso East Illinois

213 Pete Rolf LB 6'4 215 4.70 Piqua Ohio OFFERS: ORE,EMU

214 Zach Brown LB/RB 6'2 220 4.50 Columbia Wilde Lake Maryland HM-Big School-AS; 1-Baltimore Sun-Howard County (LB); 3-PS-Dream Team

215 Demetrice Parks LB 6'2 220 4.70 Long Beach Poly California
216 Brian Mouton LB/RB 6'0 220 4.70 Oakland Bishop O'Dowd California HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (LB)

217 Marcus Hyde LB/TE 6'3 193 4.78 Manassas Osbourn Park Virginia

218 Bo Mosley LB 6'2 215 4.60 Friendswood Texas Houston 90-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: HOU

219 Claude Davis LB/DL 6'2 210 4.84 Lakeland Lake Gibson Florida South Florida OFFERS: SFLA

220 Anthony Smith LB 6'1 207 4.86 Friendswood Clear Brook Texas 2-District 24-5A; Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: UTEP

221 Brandon High-Dorsey LB/DL 6'3 225 4.65 Auburn Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game

222 Kyle Augustin LB 6'1 215 4.59 Los Angeles University California

223 Joey Nunez LB/DL 6'1 225 4.58 San Benito Texas 1-AP-5A-AS (DL)

224 David Davis LB 6'2 195 4.75 Decatur Southwest DeKalb Georgia

225 Damien Robinson LB 6'1 203 4.57 Greenville Weston Mississippi

226 Maurice Crutison LB/RB 6'2 210 Port Gibson Mississippi Mississippi State OFFERS: MSST

227 Sinatra Wallace LB/RB 6'0 260 4.70 Dallas Skyline Texas 2-District 9-5A (LB); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: KANST

228 Harrison Torter LB/DB 6'0 195 4.50 Fort Lauderdale Dillard Florida OFFERS: GT

229 Josh Linam LB 6'2 221 4.60 Tavares Florida Central Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County OFFERS: FLA INTL,CMU,CENFLA,GT,NAVY,UAB,MIDTENST

230 Ryan Kennedy LB/DB/RB 6'2 212 Libertyville Illinois Miami (Ohio) 1-ILL-Big School-AS (ATH); 1-Lake County; OFFERS: AKRON,MIA(OH)

231 Tyler Replogle LB 6'2 225 4.70 Centerville Ohio Indiana 2-Southwest Ohio District-I; OFFERS: IN,KENT ST

232 Blair Hollis LB 5'11 230 4.83 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Michigan

233 Roosevelt Falls LB/RB 6'1 215 4.70 Atlanta Texas
234 Darryl Knight LB 6'2 210 4.40 Guthrie Oklahoma
235 C.J. Parish LB 6'1 216 4.65 A&M Consolidated Texas OFFERS: BAY,UTEP
236 Darnell Reeves LB 6'1 235 5.22 Riverside Arlington California

237 Andy Puthoff LB 6'3 230 St. Henry Ohio 1-AP-Division V-AS; 1-OP-V-AS

238 C.J. Marck LB 6'1 221 4.63 Fairless Hills Pennsbury Pennsylvania Connecticut 38-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: UCONN

239 Deonte Green LB/WR 6'2 215 4.50 San Diego Mission Bay California OFFERS: SDST,FRESST,AZ

240 Elliott Campbell LB 6'3 215 4.65 Cumming South Forsyth Georgia

241 Jacob Farmer LB 6'1 200 4.50 Tallahassee Lincoln Florida HM-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend-CLASS 4A-3A (DL) OFFERS: MIDTENST,LOU,MD

242 Fabian Brown LB/DL 6'3 240 4.97 Des Moines Roosevelt Iowa Iowa State OFFERS: IAST

243 Jake Steffen LB/QB 6'3 205 4.68 Stickney Mount Vernon South Dakota Argus Leader Elite 45 (QB)

244 Denzel Person LB/WR 6'4 215 Bellport New York OFFERS: DUKE

245 Mark Oliver LB 6'2 225 Chicago Mount Carmel Illinois Wyoming 28-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); SM-Chicago Tribune-AS; SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS; HM-Daily Southtown-Area; 2-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area OFFERS:HAW,NILL, AKRON,COLST

246 Jaa'Rome Wiliiams LB/RB 5'10 200 4.65 Elyria Ohio Top 15 RBs-OH-JRS (December); 1-Cleveland Plain Dealer-Lorain County (LB)

247 Jonathan Beasley LB 6'2 109 4.52 Montgomery Jefferson Davis Alabama HM-ASWA-6A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game

248 Joe Moore LB 6'3 210 4.60 Heyward California OFFERS: SDST,UNLV

249 Lamar Middleton LB/DL 6'2 217 5.00 Newark Malcom X Shabazz New Jersey Syracuse OFFERS: SYR

250 Jerrell Wedge LB/RB 6'0 200 4.68 Upper Marlboro Frederick Douglass Maryland 2-Big School-AS (LB); 2-Washington Post-Metro (LB); Prince George's County 4A Players to Watch

251 Billy Dokouslis LB 6'2 225 4.50 Manalapan New Jersey
252 Raheem Ivey LB 6'0 204 4.78 Jacksonville Sandalwood Florida

253 Antwane Glenn LB/DL 6'4 235 4.80 Spartanburg Broome South Carolina OFFERS: ECAR,MIDTENST,MARSH

254 Michael Fullam LB/RB 6'4 210 4.79 Wayne Hills New Jersey OFFERS: TEMP

255 Josh Miller LB/TE 6'2 225 Danville Boyle County Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006-LB); 1-KY Mid-State FCA-North-All-Star Team (TE); 1-Danville Advocate-Messenger-Area

256 Carson Byrd LB/DL 6'1 229 4.71 Dayton Trotwod-Madison Ohio Top 52 JRs Ohio (Add-On January 28) OFFERS: AKRON,OHIO, EMU,BG, TOL, EKY, BUFF,MIA(OH), KENT ST

257 Ian Reeves LB 6'2 230 Ferndale Michigan HM-Freep-AS; HM-News-North (LB); 1-Royal Oak DT-Area; 43-Oakland County-PS-Top 75

258 Ted Jones LB/TE 6'2 230 Akron Buchtel Ohio 2-OPS-III-AS (OL); 1-Northeast Inland District-III (OL)

259 Ike Garrow LB/RB 5'11 245 Ramsey Don Bosco Prep New Jersey 1-AP-AS (LB); PS Top 121 NJ JRs

260 Colby Morris LB 6'2 225 4.70 Elizabeth City Northeastern North Carolina OFFERS: ECAR

261 Aaron Gresham LB 6'2 222 5.08 Mayo Lafayette Florida ; 1-FSWA-1A-AS (LB) OFFERS: CFLA,FLA INT,AKRON

262 Tucker Jackson LB/DL 6'4 230 4.80 Bowling Green Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); 2-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (LB); 2-AP-AS (LB) OFFERS: WKY

263 Dusty Rust LB 6'3 195 4.70 Shreveport Captain Shreve Louisiana 22-LA (Winter 2006); 25-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
264 Terrance Garrett LB/RB 5'11 205 4.70 Wynne Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAAA East (RB/LB)

265 Justin Adams LB 5'11 237 4.58 Fort Bend Marshall Texas OFFERS: UTEP,NMEX

266 Jacob Barit LB 6'2 216 5.11 Honolulu St. Louis Hawaii 2-ILH (LB) OFFERS: UTAH

267 Johnnie Daniels LB/RB 6'0 220 4.60 Miami Columbus Florida Florida Top 162 JRs (Add-On-RB); HM-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A OFFERS: CENFLA,WMU,OHIO U.

268 Devan Johnson LB/TE/RB 6'0 228 4.55 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: TEMP

269 Kevin Konrath LB 6'3 220 4.80 Chicago Brother Rice Illinois OFFERS: HAW

270 Keith McCaskill LB/TE 6'3 220 4.80 Tallahassee Godby Florida 1-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend (DL) OFFERS: SFLA

271 Aaron Williams LB 6'1 194 4.87 Vernon Penn Hills Pennsylvania HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: TOL

272 Preston Stukes LB 6'3 230 Manning South Carolina Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)
273 Henry Grace LB/RB 5'11 225 4.60 Fort Meade Florida 73-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-1A-AS (LB)

274 Kris Gardner LB 6'1 228 4.74 Arlington Grace Prep Texas TCU 1-TAPS-5A-AS OFFERS: TCU

275 Jacob Dufrene LB 6'1 209 4.73 River Ridge John Curtis Louisiana 35-LA (Winter 2006); 36-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-All-Championship Game Team; 1-District 10-2A OFFERS: KY

276 Greg Meisner LB/DL 6'2 228 Greensburg Hempfield Pennsylvania OFFERS: VANDY,YOUNG ST,KY,NEWHAM,CIN

277 Kenneth Charles LB/DL 6'0 219 4.67 Sugar Land Hightower Texas
278 Damian Robinson LB/RB 6'2 205 Weston Greenville Mississippi

279 Kendrick Washington LB/DL/TE 6'2 205 4.75 Sebastian River Florida

280 Bryson Studnicka LB/TE 6'3 210 4.65 Clay Center Nebraska Wyoming 1-Omaha World-Herald-8-Man-2-AS (WR); 1-Lincoln Journal Star-D2-AS (UTIL-DEF) OFFERS: WYO

281 Tanner Shuck LB 5'11 200 4.74 Jenks Oklahoma 1-PS-6A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman); 2-CoachesAid-PS-AS (DL)

282 Greg Jones LB 6'3 210 4.60 Cincinnati Moeller Ohio Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December); 3-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

283 Anthony Sherman LB/RB 6'0 220 4.70 North Attleboro Massachusetts Connecticut 1-Division 2; 1-Hockomock; Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005); 2-Pre-Season All-EMASS OFFERS: NORTHEASTERN,UCONN

284 Chris Marve LB 6'0 225 4.65 Memphis White Station Tennessee Vanderbilt OFFERS: VANDY

285 Jon Olofsson LB 6'1 231 Lincoln-Way East Illinois SM-Chicago Tribune-AS (LB); 1-Suburban Chicago News-Area; HM-Daily Southtown-Area; PS Chicago Tribune Top 100 IL OFFERS: WYO

286 T.J. Bright LB/DB/RB 6'0 195 4.50 Fort Myers Florida Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: IAST,BALLST

287 Jarrid Nash LB/RB 6'2 235 4.60 Glendale Independence Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)

288 Xzavier Hunter LB/RB 5'11 204 4.90 Harrisburg Pennsylvania Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS OFFERS: UCONN

289 Phillip Brown LB 6'0 220 4.70 Salisbury Wicomico Maryland Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006)

290 Austin Raphael LB 6'2 230 Sonora California Fresno State

291 Joshua Batts LB 6'1 203 Corona Santiago California

292 Royce Culp LB/TE/DL 6'5 212 5.13 Imperial California

293 Matt Yarab LB/RB 5'11 220 4.50 Youngstown Ursuline Ohio Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December); 5-LB-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

294 Walter Fallas LB/OL 6'2 235 4.80 Everett Massachusetts Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005); ; 2005 Pre-Season All-EMASS Team

295 Gabe Knapton LB/TE 6'4 210 Longmont Skyline Colorado Wyoming 2-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS (LB) OFFERS: WYO

296 Solomona Aigamaua LB/DL 6'3 203 4.93 Honolulu St. Louis Hawaii OFFERS: UTAH

297 Andre Davis LB/RB 6'2 235 4.80 Seattle Franklin Quarters Washington 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006)

298 Josh Armtrong LB/RB 6'0 223 4.79 McMinnville Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006)

299 Jody Hackett LB/DL 6'4 230 4.70 Greensboro Southeast Guilford North Carolina Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006)

300 Alex Kaufman LB 6'3 220 4.70 West Chester Lakota West Ohio Top 16 LBs-OH-JRS (December)

301 Cyhl Quarles LB/TE 6'1 191 4.92 Norcross Meadowcreek Georgia OFFERS: WAKE

302 Vernard Parnell LB/DL 6'2 230 4.60 Bennettsville Marlboro County South Carolina 3-DE-SCAR (Winter 2006); 2-The State-AS; 1-PS-Pee-Dee; South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) (DE)

303 Dane Conwell LB/RB 6'0 216 4.81 Upper St. Clair Pennsylvania Indiana OFFERS: IN

304 Brandon Maye LB 6'2 227 4.72 Mobile Davidson Alabama OFFERS: SMS

305 Edwin Gowins LB/DB 5'11 210 4.61 Brookhaven Bellport New York 4-NYSWA-AA-AS (DB); 1-Newsday-Long Island OFFERS: CENFLA

306 Earick Williams LB/DL 60 220 4.88 Gainesville Florida
307 Paul Cleckner LB/WR 6'3 210 4.60 Brentwood Ravenwood Tennessee 1-TSWA-5A-AS (LB)

308 Cheta Ozougwu LB 6'3 215 4.54 Alief Taylor Texas Tulane OFFERS: TULANE,LATECH

309 Derek Wilson LB 6'2 195 4.60 East Bernard Texas Tulane OFFERS: TULANE

310 Ronnie Lillard LB/DB 6'3 200 4.65 Lehigh Florida
311 Damian Thornton LB 6'2 221 4.97 Lenoir West Caldwell North Carolina Duke OFFERS: DUKE

312 Steve Spence LB/OL 6'1 235 4.80 Norfolk Maury Virginia East Carolina 1-Eastern District (G) OFFERS: ECAR

313 Chad Battles LB 6'2 215 4.60 Newport News Heritage Virginia Syracuse OFFERS: MARSH,MD,SYR

314 Matt Sanford LB 6'1 215 Chandler Hamiltoin Arizona Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006)

315 Adam Setterbo LB/DL 6'2 234 4.70 Spring Lake Michigan 2-Muskegon Chronicle-Big Schools-Area (DL)

316 Austin Haynes LB 6'2 200 4.97 Jacksonville Southwest Florida East Carolina OFFERS: ECAR

317 Justin Wilkerson LB 6'2 235 4.70 Oxford Webb North Carolina Duke OFFERS: DUKE

318 Lawrence Winston LB/QB 6'2 196 4.94 Compton California OFFERS: UNLV

319 Jackie Carter LB/DL 6'2 222 4.85 Miami Coral Reef Florida Central Florida HM-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (LB); 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald) OFFERS: CENFLA

320 Cliff Perryman LB 6'1 218 4.60 Richmond Hermitage Virginia East Carolina OFFERS: ECAR

321 Adam Arthur LB/DL 6'2 225 4.70 San Antonio Reagan Texas 2-District 26-5A (DL) OFFERS: NMST,TULANE

322 Jourdon Brooks LB/RB 6'1 247 4.50 Germantown Seneca Valley Maryland

323 Oliver Aaron LB/DB 6'1 187 4.56 Gainesville Florida 2-FSWA-5A-AS (DL)

324 Troy Kelly LB 6'1 219 4.70 Arcadia DeSoto Florida Central Florida OFFERS: CENFLA

325 Gerald Gooden LB 6'3 210 4.60 Hooks Texas UTEP OFFERS: UTEP,SMU

326 Chris Dowell LB 6'2 205 4.60 El Paso Andress Texas UTEP OFFERS: UTEP,SMU

327 Odrick Ray LB/DL/TE 6'4 220 4.59 Athens Texas UTEP OFFERS: UTEP

328 Richard Brooks LB 6'0 210 4.57 West Mesquite Texas UTEP OFFERS: UTEP

329 Dan Paul LB/OL 6'2 230 Barlow Oregon Portland Oregonian Top 88 Juniors (April 19, 2006); HM-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (LB & OG); 1-Mt. Hood (4A) (OL & LB)

330 Nick Bellore LB/OL 6'2 237 4.90 Whitefish Bay Wisconsin CMU 13-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); HM-WFCA-AS (ILB) OFFERS: CMU

331 Davyd Jones LB 6'0 205 Muncie Central Indiana Ball State HM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS

332 Christian McMillan LB 6'3 225 4.94 Las Vegas Shadow Ridge Nevada

333 Wesley Hale LB/RB 6'0 222 4.86 Morristown West Tennessee Middle Tennessee State OFFERS: FURMAN,MIDTENST

334 Eddie Lugo LB 6'3 210 4.75 Brooklyn Poly Prep New York

335 Zach Benke LB 6'1 200 4.60 Stevensville-Lakeshore Michigan CMU

336 Shawn Gerard LB 6'3 197 4.82 Eldridge North Scott Iowa 3-INA-4A-AS; 3-MAC Conference (LB) OFFERS: WYO

337 Dan Hilbert LB/RB 6'3 215 Plainfield South Illinois Northern Illinois 2-Suburban Chicago News-Area (LB) OFFERS: NILL

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