Monday, September 04, 2006

Class of 2007: Offensive Linemen (Top 390)

Thumbnails were mostly written a few months ago so comments may not always correspond with the rankings.




1 Joshua Oglesby OL 6'8 320 5.30 St. Francis Wisconsin Wisconsin Perhaps the top OL in the nation. Has the great height, size and long arms that coaches love to see in an OT. Along with John Clay leads a strong crop in Wisconsin this year. A real mauler who is a tremendous run blocker. Needs to improve his foot speed and pass blocking skills (his team didn't pass too much) a bit but the ability to do so is there. In addition to his size, what makes Josh so special is his aggressiveness and how he plays hard all the time, play after play, through the whistle. He specializes in pancake blocks and once he locks into a defender it's over. One college coach had he following to say about him: "He has a unique combination of size, athleticism, long arms and aggressiveness. His aggressiveness is his most valuable trait. I see a lot of big guys on video, some who are even very athletic, but it's rare to find one who also has that aggressive football mentality. He has the chance to be special." He committed to Wisconsin in April. 2-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-WFCA-AS (OL); 2-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-AS; HM-AP-AS; 1-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-Area OFFERS: 19 April Os: MICH,OHST,ND,WISC, ARK,TEN,IA, MICHST,LOU, STAN,FSU,USC

2 Tray Allen OL 6'5 304 5.53 South Grand Prairie Texas Texas Tray is without question the top OL prospect in Texas and among the top 3-4 overall prospects in the state. Has the size, quicks and athleticism to play either guard or tackle at the highest level. Like all the great line prospects, what stands out is his physical playing style and how he locks into defenders and drives them back and/or into the ground. A relentless blocker with great strength and agility. Always looking for a new challenge. One coach had this to say about him: "Allen is right there and cn hold his own with any of the other great line prospects in the nation. He has all of the physical attributes, but it's his relentlessness and aggressiveness that really stand out when you see him play." Allen committed to Texas in April. 3-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); Texas Top 16 (Winter 2006); 6-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-District 6-5A (T) OFFERS: A&M,TT,OKST,TULSA,OK, KANST,MS,BAY,LSU,ND,TEX

3 Anthony Davis OL 6'5 341 5.40 Piscataway New Jersey Anthony has been compared by many to former Garden State OL star Eugene Monroe, now at Virginia, as an OL prospect. He has exceptional quickness and athleticism for a prospect his size. His footwork is excellent and his long arms help make him an exceptional pass protector. Most impressive, his motor is always on go. He just needs to work a bit on his strength (300 bench press, 275 squat), but that will come once he focuses on weight training, something difficult to do during winter as he also plays basketball. As a junior he reportedly had over 60 pancake blocks for a a strong program that has appeared in several consecutive state title games. One of the nation's elite offensive linemen. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 1-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-NJHS-PS-AS (OL); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: 30 May Os: RUT,ILL.HOFSTRA,WVU, UVA,BC,USC,MD, NCAR,IA,LSU,MIA, FSU,TEN,GA,MICH

4 Ryan Miller OL 6'7 278 5.47 Littleton Columbine Colorado Miller is the top-rated prospect in Colorado and is similar in a lot of ways to last year's top in-state prospect, Butch Lewis. He has great size but is light on his feet for a big man and is very agile and aggressive. He also wrestles, so his weight will go up in college. He starts both ways and posted 4 sacks on defense. He excels in both pass and run blocking situations. One scout had this to say about him: "He has a great frame and is athletic and agile. He could be a really outstanding D-I left tackle." 1-CO (Spring 2006); 1-Rocky Mountain News-AS; 1-Rocky Mountain News-5A-AS; 1-Denver Post-5A-AS OFFERS: NEB,COL,ND,WASH,MIA, KANST,COLST, BC,OK,FSU,TEN,MICH

5 Lee Ziemba OL 6'7 295 5.20 Rogers Arkansas Lee is the top overall prospect in Arkansas (and it's a strong year in-state) and is perhaps the most impressive "looking" OL in the nation. He has great height and looks quite lean for his size. His feet and athleticism are second to none amongst the top OLs in the nation. He will get stronger (315-pound bench press and 425-pound squat) once he focuses on the weights. In track he has putt the shot 45 feet and thrownthe discus 170 feet. A fine student with a 3.75 GPA and scored a 22 on the ACT. One coach had the following to say about him: "He oozes with potential. He has such great size and his quickness and athletic ability for that size are just so impressive. It pops out right away on film." 1-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAAAA West (OT/DT) OFFERS: ARK,MS,AUB,MST, TT,OKST,USC,MICH, KANST,ND,NEB,LSU

6 Trinton Sturdivant OL 6'6 280 5.30 Wadesboro Anson County North Carolina Georgia Last year it was Carl Johnson. This year there is another top OL out of North Carolina in Trinton Sturdivant. He could well be the top overall prospect in the state. He has fine size, is very aggressive and physical, has a quick first step, has fine athleticism and plays low. To top it off, he's a fine student. One college coach had the following to say about him: "He' the best player in North Carolina along with the big RB Houston. I saw his tape and after just 5 minutes knew we had to offer. He's not quite as big as Carl Johnson but I think he moves better and is more athletic." He committed to Georgia in April. 1-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: Over 30 April Offers: NCST, GA,FLA,VT,SCAR, UVA,TEN,WAKE, CLEM,DUKE,NCAR, OKST,MS,AUB, FSU,GT,ND, MICH,FLA,GT

7 Javario Burkes OL/DL 6'5 311 5.10 Phoenix Moon Valley Arizona Burkes is right up there with Kris O'Dowd as the top OL prospect in the state and one of the nation's best. He has tremendous feet and agility for a big man and gave new meaning to the term "pancake blocks" as a junior. Just a terrific athlete for a big man. In a lot of ways similar to Georgia prospect Chris Little. Has looked very, very impressive on the combine circuit. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 1-Arizona Republic-AS; 1-Arizona Republic-4A-AS; 10 AZ (Summer 2005) OFFERS: 34 May Os: ORE,OREST, FREST,WASH, WASHST,GA, TEN,AZ,AZST,MIA, GT,MICH,COL, USC,NEB,MICHST,OK

8 James Wilson OL 6'5 310 4.90 Jacksonville Nease Florida USC From the same school as last year's star QB recruit Tim Tebow (Florida), Wilson will be almost as highly recruited in 2006-2007 and has the early offers to prove it. Probably the top OL prospect in Florida, he graded out at almost 95% as a junior and registered 74 pancake blocks. Ranks just behind Tray Allen as perhaps the top OG prospect in the nation. He has fine strength (330 bench, 500 squat) and moves very well for a lineman. One coach had the following to say about him: "He first popped up while I was watching film of Tebow. I'd see this big lineman just destroying the opposing defenders over and over again and had to find out who he was. When I learned that he was just a junior I knew that he would be one of the nation's best in 2006." He committed to USC in August. 17-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-FSWA-4A-AS (OL); 1-Florida Times-Union-First Coast OFFERS: 28 April Os: AL,MICH,WAKE, MD,FLA,USC,CFLA, GT,FSU,MS,MIA, CLEM,ND, GA,COL,GT,LSU,ND

9 Martin Coleman OL/DL 6'6 285 4.80 Huntington Beach Edison California USC Coleman could be the best prospect to emerge out of Edison in a few years. He has a tremendous combination of size, speed and athleticism. He plays through the whistle and has a nasty streak on the field. He's just a tremendous pass blocker. He is quite raw, however, having played football for a year after having moved to the U.S. from Tonga. A prospect who has about as much athletic ability as any OL in the nation. He committed to USC in April. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MS,NEB,ORE,UTAH,AZST,USC

10 Kris O'Dowd OL 6'5 308 5.00 Tuscon Salpointe Catholic Arizona O'Dowd ranks with fellow lineman Javario Burkes as the top prospect in Arizona. He is a solid all-around lineman. He has a great frame (very solid, little flab) and is very strong and athletic (can dunk a basketball). His feet are very quick and he plays through the whistle. He's very physical, competitive and tough. He's also a leader on the field. Has a 3.25 GPA. Has looked exceptional during the 2006 combine circuit. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); 1-AS; 1-Arizona Republic-5A-AS; 1-5A1-AS ; 1-Tucson Arizona Star-Southern Arizona; Midseason All State Team; 1 AZ (Summer 2005) OFFERS: AZST,OHST,MICHST,AZ,TT,NEV,OREST, MICH,CAL,NEB,WASH, NMST,USC,CAL, TEN,BAY,UTAH, UCLA,OK,BC

11 Michael Huey OL 6'5 290 Kilgore Texas Texas Huey is one of the top two offensive linemen in the state. He is an excellent pass blocker, can pull and has a mean streak. Great motor. He committed to Texas in February and projects to play guard for the Longhorns. 50-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 80-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 17-4A (G) OFFERS: KANST,A&M,OKST, HOU,TEX

12 John Elliott OL 6'4 280 5.20 East Meadow New York How often is a junior offensive lineman named the Long Island Player of the Year? Not too often, I would imagine, until John Elliott came along and pulled it off in 2005. Elliott is arguably the top overall prospect in New York and among the nation's top 10 offensive linemen. He's just an explosive blocker who gets off the ball quickly and had 33 pancake blocks and didn't allow a sack as a junior. His team doesn't pass much, so he considers himself to be more advanced as a run blocker He has those long arme needed to be an effective pass blocker as well. He has a great combination of size, power, strength and speed. 1-NYSWA-AA-AS (OL); 1-Newsday-Long Island (PoY) OFFERS: 22 May Os: WVU,MD, UVA,UNC, TEMP,RUT,SYR, MICH,MS,CLEM, BC,CENFLA,FSU, MICHST,OK,PITT, NW,TEN,FLA, PUR,MARSH

13 Matt Romine OL 6'6 265 5.20 Tulsa Union Oklahoma Some feel that Romine could become the top overall prospect in Oklahoma. He plays for one of the strongest programs in the midlands. He has a great frame and long arms together with pretty good feet and the sort of athleticism to succeed at both run and pass blocking. He has started at Union since his sophomore season. He could be the top OL to emerge out of the state since Wesley Sims. Top 12 OK JRs (October 2005); 115 OK Underclasmen to Watch (PS-CoachesAid) OFFERS: 20 June Os: HOU,OK, OKST,KAN,ARK, NEB,ND,TEN, LSU,TULSA, KANST,IA,AL, MICH,IAST, TT,IAST, MICHST, A&M,MD, CIN,LOU,COL

14 Quintin Richardson OL/DL 6'5 275 5.00 Columbia Spring Valley South Carolina South Carolina Richardson is the top OL prospect in South Carolina. He is very aggressive and has excellent speed for a big man. As a junior he had 78 pancakes and graded out at 86%. He leads a large and talented Spring Valley offensive line. Committed to South Carolina in April. 1-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Top 12-SCAR-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: MD,MIDTENST,SCAR,CLEM,TEN, KY,AUB,NCST

15 Chris Little OL 6'6 335 5.00 Jeffersonville Twiggs County Georgia Little is one of the top 5 prospects in the state. He has great size, long arms and outstanding agility, just the qualities one needs to be a great OT. He also plays a very physical brand of football, with a mean streak on the field. He's light on his feet and especially effective as a pass blocker. He needs to get a little stronger and work on his run-blocking, but the skills are there. He's one of the nation's top 12 ofensive linemen. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 7 GA Jrs (August 2005) OFFERS: GA,GT,FSU,CLEM,FLA, MSST,ND,TEN,MD,MICHST,LSU

16 Stefan Wisniewski OL/DL 6'4 280 5.00 Pittsburgh Central Catholic Pennsylvania Wisniewski has great bloodlines, Penn State bloodlines, as his father Leo and uncle Steve were both stars for the Nittany Lions back in the 80s. The next generation Wisniewksi is on the path to stardom as well and is he top rated lineman in Pennsylvania. That's both on the DL and OL. I'm projecting him on offense, but he could be outstanding on the other side of the ball as well. A gamer for the entire game, his motor is always running and he plays through the whistle. He packs tremendous punch, is quick in the trenches and has exceptional strength. Just what you would expect from an elite Pennsylvania lineman. As a junior he recorded 64 tackles, 10 TFL and six sacks. He also has a perfect GPA and a 1270 on the SAT. 5-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 4-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AAAA-AS; 2-Keystone Recruiting-All-State; HM-WPIAL (DL; Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22; 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAAA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: PITT,PSU,RUT,MICH, GT,BC,UVA,STAN

17 Matt Summers-Gavin OL 6'5 277 5.35 San Francisco St. Ignatius College Prep California I like Matt a lot. He has gotten taller, stronger and quicker the past year, emerging as one of the top offensive linemen on the West Coast. He's physical, surprisingly agile (4.5 shuttle, 26-inch vertical), and strong (22 bench reps, 435 squat). As a junior he tallied about 100 pancake blocks. Nebraska has done a good job of identifying blue-chip prospects in California earlier than other schools the past couple of years, and the Cornhuskers were the first school to offer Summers-Gavin. 2.9 GPA. Has really moved up the chart through the spring evaluation period. HM-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro OFFERS: 20 August Os: NEB,GA,AZST, WASH,CAL,COL, ORE,SDST,PUR, UNLV,NW,BC, OREST,ND,OK, WASHST,FRESST,UVA

18 Matt Nader OL 6'6 295 5.13 Austin Westlake Texas Texas One of the top linemen in the southwest, Matt has a nice combination of size, speed, quickness and strength (345 bench, 400 squat). He has excellent footwork and really explodes off the ball. He also is an excellent shot putter and discus thrower in track. Considered by many to bethe most impressive OL at the 2006 Texas summer camp. He committed in February to Texas. 24-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 23-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-AP-5A-AS; 1--Central Texas; Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: LSU,A&M,TT,DUKE,TEX

19 Nick Jenkins OL/DL 6'3 316 5.42 Wheaton Good Counsel Maryland Virginia Jenkins is the top line prospect in Maryland. He has tremendous strength (350 bench) and fine speed. As a two-way junior starter he posted 78 tackles and two sacks, but it's probably on offense where he will play in college. He plays low to the ground and with excellent leverage. He is also a real hitter. Same caliber prospect as his teammates Drew Gloster and Akeem Hebron were last year. Really excelled at the State College Nike camp playing on the DL. He committed to Virginia in July. Top 8 L MD (March 2006); Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006); 1-Big School-AS (OL); 2-Washington Post-Metro (DL); Top 40 Area (Washington Post-August 2005) OFFERS: PSU,RUT,NCAR,MICHST,MD,KANST, MICH,NCST,UVA,BC,MIA(OH),SYR

20 Bryan Bulaga OL/DL 6'5 250 4.85 Crystal Lake Marian Central Catholic Illinois Iowa Bulaga enjoyed a very productive junior season, recording 90 tackles, 16 TFL, and four sacks. At tight end, he had 11 receptions for 185 yards and one TD. He has the quick feet to play on defense (outgrew his LB position) but has bulked up and projects at guard or center in college. Emerged as the top OL in the state during the spring evaluation period. One of the top 5 prospects in Illinois. He committed to Iowa in May. 5-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) OFFERS: MICHST,NILL,PUR,IA,IN,MIN,WISC, ILL,OKST,VANDY,NW,NEB,MICH

21 Andre McGaskey OL 6'5 290 5.30 La Marque Texas Texas Andre is one of the top four OL prospects in the Longhorn state. He has a great frame together with quick feet and good stength. Some scouts feel that he only trails Tray Allen among the state's top offensive linemen. McGaskey committed early to Texas in February 2006. 12-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 40-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS: BAY,MO,KANST,TEX

22 Derrick Sherrod OL 6'6 298 5.39 Caledonia Mississippi Mississippi State Sherrod is the top lineman in Mississippi. He has great size, decent strength (300 bench, 385 squat), good feet and is fundamentally sound and very aggressive. He plays basketball so hasn't had a chance to concentrate on the weights. He needs to work a bit on his flexibility and staying low. His older brother plays fullback at Mississippi State. Derrick is also a solid student. He committed to Mississippi State in August. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MSST,LOU,MS,FLA,HOU,MIA, ARKST,ALCORNST,SMS,MICH,ND

23 Darris Sawtelle OL/DL 6'6 285 5.19 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan Tennessee Darris is the top OL prospect to emerge out of Michigan since Jake Long. He was the leader of the OL for the Division 2 state champion Brother Rice team as a junior. He has a great frame that can easily carry another 50 pounds. He also has great feet and a real passion for the game. He has the quickness to pull and the long arms to effectively pass block. Strong lower body. His grandfather, Darris McCord, starred at Tennessee and for the Detroit Lions playing alongside Alex Karras as a member of the "Fearsome Foursome" in the 1960s. Darris committed to Tennessee in April 1-Eccentric-Area; 2-Catholic-Central OFFERS: TOL,TEN,MICHST,MICH,AZST,UCLA,NEB

24 Nick Claytor OL 6'6 297 5.60 Gainesville Georgia Georgia Tech Claytor is considered by some to be the offensive linemen in the state. As a junior, he graded out in the high 80s and had about 50 pancakes. He has excellent size and good athleticism. He's a hard working and tough competitor. He excels in pass blocking but needs to get stronger to become a more effective run blocker. 3.5 GPA. He committed to Georgia Tech in September. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: 20 May Os: GT,IN,FLA,AUB,DUKE,VANDY, SCAR,FSU,CLEM,LSU,TEN,MD,FLA

25 Emeka Nwankwo OL 6'5 265 5.00 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida Emeka is a late-bloomer with great athleticism. As a first-year junior starter at OG he earned All-Broward County honors after registering 22 pancake blocks and grading out as the team's top lineman at close to 80%. He played his first two seasons at North Miami Beach. He has great quickness and moves well in space. An exceptional pass-blocker with his long arms, he has the frame to add quite a bit of weight without losing his quickness. His family is from Nigeria. 22-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small OFFERS: 20+ May Os: DUKE,MS,FLA,AUB,PITT, UVA,CFLA,FLA INTL, KY,GA,MIA,COL,NCST, HOU,RUT,AZST,SFLA

26 Dave Molk OL 6'1 270 5.00 Lemont Illinois Michigan Molk is one of the best centers in the nation. He is very strong (360 bench) and has good speed and quickness (4.66 shuttle). He has been a starter since his sophomore season and earned All-Area honors as a junior. A touch on the short side, which is okay for a center prospect. Molk has emerged as one of the top line prospects in Illinois and has some very high quality early offers. He committed to Michigan in August. 7-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area OFFERS: NW,MIN,IN,IAST, MICHST,MIA(OH), PUR,IA,WISC, MICH,WVU,AZST

27 Lamar Milstead OL 6'6 277 5.25 Washington Coolidge D.C. North Carolina Milstead is the third best prospect in D.C. after Marvin Austin and Arrelios Benn. He really stood out at combines in 2005, possessing great size, strength and speed for an offensive lineman. He is still growing and working out hard together with his teammate Marvin Austin. While not quite in Austin's class, he's still one of the top prospects on the atlantic coast. He committed to North Carolina in July. Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006); OFFERS: GA,UVA,UNC,MD,BC,AUB,NCST

28 Kyle Hix OL 6'6 290 5.50 Aledo Texas Texas Hix committed to Texas in February during the junior day weekend when the Longhorns recruited themselves an entire offensive line. They basically received commitments from 5 of the top 6 OLs in he state, and Hix was the one who got the ball rolling. He has ideal size for an OT, possessing fine athleticism and footwork. He is very aggressive and plays low with good leverage on film. He will need to get a big stronger to reach his potential. O 17-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 28-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 6-4A; Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: TT,TCU,OK,TEX

29 Sam De Martinis OL/DL 6'6 270 5.48 Sherman Oaks Notre Dame California Sam is one of the premier linemen on the West Coast. He has a nice frame that still needs to fill in (he played as a junor at 255 pounds), is very athletic, plays theough the whistle and has a mean streak on the field. His blocking grade was close to 90% and he had about 60 pancakes on the season as a junior. He has been a standout at various combines over the past year. His father played OT for UCLA in the 1970s. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CIF-Division III-Southern Section; 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 10-LA Times-Area Juniors (December); 10-OL-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-Valley/High Desert OFFERS: MS,SDST, WASH,UNLV,CLEM,COL, ORE,AZ,AZST, UTAH,NEV,UVA

30 Lashawn Pouncey OL 6'5 283 5.56 Lakeland Florida Florida One of many big-timers dotting the state 5A champions' roster, Pouncey and his twin brother James originally committed to Florida State in 2005, but they subsequently re-opened their recruitment. Pouncey looked very good at the U.S. Army Combine in San Antonio this year, dominating defenders in drills and showing good athleticism. He's also outstanding on the field. In a win over Lake Gibson this past season, Pouncey broke the school record with 13 pancake blocks. A tremendous OG propect, he has added about 30 pounds to his frame the past year. He and his brother committed to Florida in June. 29-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-5A-AS; 18-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)) OFFERS: FSU,MS,UVA,IA,MICH,USC,MS,CLEM

31 Tanner Strickland OL 6'4 315 Nashville Berrien County Georgia Georgia Strickland committed to Georgia back in August 2005 after excelling at their summer camp. He's very strong (350 bench, 550 squat), physical and big. He's really a load with his best football in front of him. Needs to focus more on his fundamentals but has made a lot of progress since his sophomore year. 3.2 GPA and 1050 SAT. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 15-GA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Tift Area; 1-Region 1-AA; Top 7 GA Jrs (August 2005) OFFERS: GA

32 Emeka Iweka OL/DL 6'5 301 5.22 Seatle Rainier Beach Washington Washington Emeka has a great frame that has really been filling out the past year. He's big and fast, with great feet. Could also play DE or DT in college, but I like him on the OL. He also is quite an athlete, good enough to garner D-I offers in basketball. Emeka commited to play basketball at Oregon State during his sophomore year, but that was 50 pounds ago and his stock as a football prospect has taken off in the interim. He needs to learn to play lower. In March he committed to play football at Washington. Top 2 WA LM (Winter 2006; 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 12 Juniors to Watch-WA (Winter 2006); Tacoma News Tribune Top 11 Juniors in Northwest (Northwest Nuggets-January 22, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-3A-AS (OL & DE); 1-Metro League Sound Division (OT) OFFERS: WASH

33 Ernest McCoy OL 6'5 330 5.25 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Teams up with Jatavious Jackson as part of a huge Glades Central line. McCoy isn't quite as quick as Jackson, but he's bigger and also brings a lot of skills and athletic ability to the game. He moves well for his size but is still a bit raw in technique. A real bulldozer who explodes off the ball, he already had offers back in mid-2005 from the top Florida schools. 9-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005); 14-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)) OFFERS: MIA,FLA,FSU,SFLA,PITT,WVU,LSU,SCAR,BC,AUB

34 Khalil Latif OL 6'4 290 4.92 Midlothian Manchester Virginia Virginia Tech Latif was a First Team All-Metro Richmond selection as a junior after posting 72 pancake blocks. His coach told the Richmond Times-Dispatch that he is "the best offensive lineman I have seen in high school." Plays aggressively and is strong (385 bench, 565 squat) and lean. Especially effective as a run blocker. One of the top prospects in Virginia. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. 1-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro; 1-VirginiaPreps.com-Central Region; 1-Dominion District (T) OFFERS: 20+ July Os: MD,NCAR,UVA,VT, WAKE,TEN,NCST, OHST,FLA,WVU,WAKE

35 Harland Gunn OL/DL 6'2 320 5.47 Omaha Central Nebraska Miami Gunn pulled off a huge surprise by committing to the first school that offered him, Miami. Nebraska offered immediately after the Hurricanes had pulled the trigger, but it was too late and for the first time in recent memory the Cornhuskers lost out on one of the state's elite prospects. Harlan's greatest asset is his size and strength. He's a powerful two-way lineman who will play on offense in college. He benches about 400 pounds and squats almost 600 pounds. Coupled with his quickness, he is a major disruptive force in the trenches. He will need to watch his weight. He plays for a school that has a long tradition of producing great players (remember Gayle Sayers?). Top 12 NEB ( Winter 2006); HM-Omaha World-Herald-A-AS; HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 2-Omaha World-Herald-Metro; 1-Class A-District 3 OFFERS: MIA,NEB,KANST,GRAMB

36 Jerrod Gooch OL 6'4 284 5.58 Vidor Texas Texas Gooch is a member of the "February Fab Five" offensive linemen who committed to Texas early. He has great upper body strength and excels in pass blocking. He played on the varsity as a freshman but missed his sophomore season with a broken foot. He's one of the top 5 offensive linemen in the state. He projects as a guard at Texas. 42-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); Texas Top 16 (Winter 2006); 19-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 20-4A (OL); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: AZ,BAY,TEX

37 Kevin Bryant OL/DL 6'6 380 5.87 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida Bryant is a humungous two-way lineman with tremendous strength (39 bench reps) and unusual athleticism for his size. He has a nasty temperment on the field and plays with great instincts. He will need to watch his weight but could be special in college. He left Hallandale in the spring of his junior year and is expected to resuface as a senior at Boyd Anderson. 26-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A; 11-FLA-JRs (Fall 2005)) OFFERS: 10+ May Offers: FLA,LSU,TEX,TEN,MS,GA, etc.

38 Ryan Pugh OL 6'3 275 5.20 Hoover Alabama Auburn Ryan is one of the top linemen in the South. He doesn't have great height, but he is exceptionally strong (375 bench, 550 squat), athletic (30-inch vertical) and intelligent (3.8 GPA). He also understands using leverage (in part because he's a standout wrestler), which all adds up to him being a great center prospect. He was very impressive at the Alabama North-South All-Star game in December. He transferred from Spain Park to Hoover for his senior year. He committed to Auburn in June. Top 11 AL (February 27, 2006); 1-ASWA-6A-AS; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-6A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: 30 May Os: AUB,CLEM, VAND,TEN,LSU,GT, LOU,STAN, CENFLA,ORE, KY,MS,MSST,FLA,SCAR,ARK

39 Chris Jacobson OL/DL 6'4 291 5.44 Keystone Oaks Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Jacobson is one of the top guard prospects on the East Coast. Possessing a nice combination of strength (345 bench, 515 squat), speed, agility (great 4.65 shuttle) and a physical style of play, he is explosive off the ball and plays through the whistle. He understands leverage and plays with good technique. Your typical solid Pennsylvania lineman. Jacobson committed to Pittsburgh in February. 11-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 11-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: PITT,WVU

40 Chaz Ramsey OL/DL 6'4 275 5.30 Jackson Academy Mississippi Auburn Ramsey has really gotten bigger and stronger over the past year and is now one of the top three offensive line prospects in Mississippi. He was named First Team All-Metro Jackson as a junior after registering 108 pancakes and grading out at 89%. He has fine strength and is very quick and explosive off the ball. Has gotten tougher on the field. A motor that's always on go. Has some excellent early offers. He committed to Auburn in June. 1-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-Metro (OL); Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MSST,AUB,VAND, MEMPHIS,SMS, HOU,MS, MICH,TULSA,SCAR,FSU,TEN

41 Carson York OL 6'5 270 5.20 Coeur d'Alene Lake City Idaho Oregon It's not often that one finds a big-time player in Idaho, but York is one and he has the early offers to prove it. An All-North Idaho selection as a junior, he has great technique to go along with his fine size, an aggresive demeanor and quick feet. He's very quick off the ball, plays through the whistle and has the frame to get bigger. He is getting bigger and stronger (325 bench, 365 squat). He has a 3.9 GPA. One of the top linemen out West. He committed to Oregon in May. OFFERS: WASHST,ORE, OREST,WASH, IDAHO,STAN,AZST,NW

42 D'Montrel Wilson OL/DL 6'4 300 4.91 Rayville Louisiana LSU Wilson is one of the top two offensive linemen in the state, possibly the best. He really emerged after a great junior season. He has the athletic ability and quickness to play on either side of the ball in college. Has a nice frame with broad shoulders, so he can easily carry additional weight. Quick enough to pull on offense and pass block defenders coming off the edge (his long arms certainly help), he benches 325 pounds and squats over 400 pounds. He committed to LSU in February. 16-LA (Winter 2006); 43-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-District 2-3A (DL) OFFERS: OK,AUB,MS,LSU

43 Antwane Greenlee OL 6'6 305 5.34 Columbus Hardaway Georgia Georgia One of the top linemen in the South. Greenlee has a great frame, a quick first step and is already a dominant run-blocker. His school doesn't pass much so he hasn't had a chance to really hone his pass-blocking skills. As a junior he graded out at about 80% and averaged close to 4 pancakes per game. He benches 315 pounds. 3.4 GPA. Greenlee originally committed to Florida State in March but decommitted in July and committed to Georgia. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: AUB,GA,FSU,MS,CLEM

44 Andrew Devlin OL/TE/DL 6'6 255 4.90 Mt. Lebanon Pennsylvania Virginia Devlin is a versatile athlete who also plays basketball and could project at either TE, OL or DL in college. He has great size for a TE and excellent feet for a big man. He's very athletic and plays with great body control. He's also very intense and competitive on the field. As a junior he had 12 catches for 100 yards. One of the better prospects in the Keystone State. I like him as an OT and he has a great frame that could really fill out. He committed to Virginia in August. 8-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 8-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAAA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: PITT,RUT,AKRON, UCONN,IA,STAN,IN, UVA,MD, WVU,VT,PUR, NW,MICHST,BC

45 Mitchell Schwartz OL 6'6 303 5.28 Pacific Palisades California Schwartz is one of the top linemen in the West. As a sophomore and junior he earned All-California underclass honors. He has been impressive at various combines, showing a nice combination of power (33 bench reps as a soph) and quickness (4.54 shuttle as a soph). Also being looked at by colleges as a baseball pitcher. He's an excellent student, with a 4.3 GPA and 29 ACT. His brother plays at Oregon. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 6-OL-City Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-LA City Section OFFERS: MICH,STAN, TEN,UVA,WASHST, ORE,CAL

46 William Alvarez OL/DL 6'5 306 5.60 Woodbridge C.D. Hylton Virginia Virginia Tech Possibly the top lineman in Virginia. Alvarez has only played three years of football, so he's still learning the game. He's a smart player, however, and is catching on quickly. He needs to watch his weight. Started both ways as a junior. Has great frame and surprisingly quick feet for a big guy. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. Top 15 MD/DC/NVA (Winter 2006); 6-VA (Winter 2005); 1-AP-AAA-AS; 2-Washington Post-Metro; 1-Washington Examiner-Northern Virginia; 1-Cardinal District OFFERS: 15 May Os: UVA,MD,VT,TEMP, WVU,GA,NCAR, TEN,FLA,PSU

47 Andrew Nuss OL/DL 6'5 285 5.18 Ashburn Stone Bridge Virginia Notre Dame Nuss is a talented two-way lineman who earned First Team All-District honors as a junior. He has a nice frame, nice feet and solid strength (325 bench). Very technically sound. One of the better linemen in Virginia, he projects as an offensive lineman in college. He committed to Notre Dame in June. HM-Washington Post-Metro (OL); 1-Liberty District (DL) OFFERS: MD,WVU,VT,UVA, DUKE,NCST,GA, PUR,GT

48 Jarvis Jones OL/DL 6'7 250 5.28 Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated Texas Jones has a nice frame, with great height and a lean body that can add a lot of weight. He has been very impressive on the combine circuit this year, displaying fine athleticism (30-inch vertical) and quick feet. He also has exceptionally long arms, which helps make him an effective pass blocker. He has starred both ways in high school but projects as an OT in college. He could break through and become one of the 5 top OLs in the state with a continued strong showing. 28-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 2--Greater Houston 4A-Area (OL); 1-District 24-4A; Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: BAY,A&M,KANST,OKST,TT,AZ,MS

49 Josh Marks OL/DL 6'5 300 5.30 Catawissa Southern Columbia Pennsylvania Penn State A talented two-way lineman who prefers to play on defense but may be better in college on the offensive side of the ball. He plays for a team that has won four consecutive state Class A titles, so he's used to winning. Marks also is a fine wrestler. He's very strong (benches over 400 pounds) and is aggressive. He needs to work on his lateral movement. An excellent student. He committed to Penn State in May. 14-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 7-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-A-AS (DL); 1-Keystone Recruiting-All-State (OL); HM-Keystone Recruiting-PS-Overall-AS OFFERS: RUT,WVU,PITT,PSU,TEMP

50 Todd Huber OL/DL 6'3 275 5.30 Rolling Hills Estates Palos Verdes Peninsula California A First Team All-CIF Division III Southern Section selection as a junior on the DL, Huber projects as a center in college. He has really shined during the 2006 combine circuit and emerged as one of the very best linemen in California. He was named the Palo Alto Nike's top offensive lineman after testing well and dominating the one-on-one drills. A very hard worker who has excellent technique, plays low to the ground and is fast ofdf the ball (4.53 shuttle). Great student as well. Older brother Scott was a TE at USC. 1-CIF-Division III-Southern Section OFFERS: STAN,WASHST, WASH,ORE,BOISEST,AZST

51 Anthony Morgan OL/DL 6'3 283 5.10 Lancaster Texas Baylor Transferred to Lancaster from Austin LBJ before his junior season. Morgan is a massive two-way lineman who earned All-District honors on both sides of the ball as a junior. As a sophomore he was All-District at LBJ. He's strong (335 bench), agile and has very quick feet. One of the top 8 OLs in the state. He committed to Baylor in June. I-PS-Central Texas (DL); Top 120 Juniors Texas (OL; Summer 2005) OFFERS: BAY,KANST,OKST,MS, AL,AZ,KAN,TCU,FLA,HOU,LSU

52 Chris Perry OL/DL 6'3 319 5.10 Keller Fossil Ridge Texas Miami Perry has emerged as one of the top dozen offensive linemen in the state during the winter evaluation period. He's a talented two-way lienman who projects at guard in college. He lacks great height, but he uses leverage well, is exceptionally strong, especially in the lower body (360 bench, 600 squat), and can move well for his size. He has looked impressive at several combines. He committed to Miami in June. Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: MS,OKST,A&M,BAY,ARK, NEB,COLST,AZ,MIA,ND, COL,TT,OK,FLA,WISC

53 Alex Williams OL 6'7 300 5.30 New Orleans O.P.Walker or Livingston French Settlement Louisiana Mississippi Williams is a huge OT prospect with a great frame and loads of ability. He plays hard and with loads of enthusiasm. He's very aggressive for a player his size and enjoys run-blocking. He also is starring basketball at French Settlement, everaging 20 points and 12 rebounds a game. He did not play football as a junior and has had to move around a bit due to Hurricane Katrina. He attended French Settlement but reportedly is returning to O.P Walker for his senior year. He committed to Mississippi in February, a great get for Ole Miss. 10-LA (Winter 2006); 12-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 7-LA (September 2005) OFFERS: MS

54 T-Bob Hebert OL/DL 6'3 265 4.95 Norcross Greater Atlanta Christian Georgia T-Bob is the son of former NFL QB Bobby Hebert, but unlike his dad, he excels as a lineman. He plays center and DT in high school and could play either in college. As a junior, he graded out at 91% as a blocker, registering 54 pancake blocks. On defense, he had five sacks. He has excellent speed, athleticism (30-inch vertical), and quickness and is working on getting stronger (290 bench, 405 squat). He's very aggressive. He has the frame to add 40 pounds. Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MS,LSU,AUB,GA

55 Thomas Edenfield OL 6'6 295 5.10 Jacksonville Bartram Trail Florida Edenfield is a nice-sized OT prospect with good strength (300 bench, 425 squat) and quickness. Has the long arms coaches like to see for pass protection. One of the top prospects in talent-rich Jacksonville. Has really moved up the charts in May and June. OFFERS: FLA,LOU,CLEM,NEB,OK,SCAR,NCAR,IN

56 James Pouncey OL 6'5 298 5.87 Lakeland Florida Florida One of many big-timers dotting the state 5A champions' roster, Pouncey and his twin brother Lashawn originally committed to Florida State in 2005, but they subsequently re-opened their recruitment. Pouncey is a solid OL prospect, but not quite the athlete as his twin brother. He is a bit bigger, however, and has solid athleticism. He and his brother committed to Florida in June. 62-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-5A-AS OFFERS: FSU,MS,UVA,FLA, CLEM,FLA INT,MICH, NEB,LSU,USC,IA

57 Lonnie Edwards OL 6'5 315 5.30 Brownsboro Texas Baylor Edwards has been a starter at Brownsboro since his freshman season. As a junior he was named Second Team Class 3A All-State. He has nice size, is very, very strong (405 bench, 560 squat), has quick feet and plays the game with a real mean streak. A powerlifter, he also throws the weights in track. Could make a tremendous OT in college, especially due to his strength and nasty temperment on the field. He committed to Baylor in May. 29-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 2-AP-3A-AS; Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OKST,BAY,MS,PUR,AZ,KAN,TT

58 Stuart Hines OL/DL 6'5 280 5.10 Bowling Green Kentucky Hines is the top OL prospect in Kentucky and plays for a strong Bowling Green team that is loaded with D1 talent. He has a nice frame, very good feet and plays aggressively. He's a strong run blocker but needs to work a bit on his pass blocking and get stronger for the next level. He should fill out at around 300 pounds. Nice strength (300+ bench, 500+ squat). He's also an outstanding student. Could well be the top overall prospect in the state. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); 1-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS; 1-AP-AS; 1-AS; 50 of Kentucky's top players (PS-Louisville CJ-just 8 Juniors listed) OFFERS: KY,MICHST,BAY,WAKE,MIDTENST,WVU

59 Marquis Franklin OL 6'6 320 5.50 Tyler John Tyler Texas Franklin has the size, athletic ability and nastiness to excel in D-I ball. He has great strength and is a real hitter. He plays for a historically strong program. He's one of the top eight offensive linemen in the state. 40-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 11-JRS-TEX (December 2005); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OKST,TT,IA,A&M,BAY,LSU

60 Charlie Carmichael OL 6'5 290 5.20 Sherman Oaks Notre Dame California Oregon Carmichael isn't as highly touted as teammate Sam DeMartinis, but he has pretty much been offered by the same schools as DeMartinis. Carmichael plays the game wih a real nasty streak and plays through the whistle. He projects as a guard in college, and with his size, strength, athleticism (used to paly basketball) and mean streak, he will be a most wanted prospect. One of the top linemen on the West Coast. He committed to Oregon in June. OFFERS: MS,SDST, UCLA,UNLV, WASH,AZST,COL,ORE, COLST,NEV,UTAH,UVA

61 Elvis Fisher OL/DL 6'5 309 5.21 St. Petersburg Catholic Florida Fisher is a nice-sized, strong and quick OL prospect who has really exploded onto the scene with impressive combine performances in 2006. He has long arms for pass blocking, nice strength (330 bench, 500 squat) and very quick feet. As a junior he was a Second Team All-County performer. As a sophomore he finished ninth in the state in the discus. Really moving up the charts. 2-St. Petersburg Times-Pinellas County (OL) OFFERS: SFLA,CENFLA, FLA INTL,WVU,MD, NCST,NEB, DUKE,WAKE

62 Justin Cheadle OL 6'5 260 5.00 Bakersfield California Cheadle helped lead Bakersfield to an outstanding season and in the process was named First Team All-Bakersfield Area and Second Team Junior All-State. An athletic and quick offensive lineman who was the league MVP in basketball as a junior. As a sophomore he benched 315 pounds and squatted 380 pounds. He has a great work ethic, has great feet and plays a physical brand of ball. He's a powerful run blocker with the frame that college coaches love. He could easily bulk up into a 290 pound plus monster. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (OL); 1-Bakersfield Californian-Area OFFERS: 13 July =s: FRESST,AZ,COLST, WASHST,SDST,NEB,STAN, UNLV,CAL, OREST,AZST

63 Ethan Adkins OL 6'5 265 5.30 Castle Rock Douglas County Colorado Adkins is one of the top 5 prospects in Colorado. As a junior, he helped lead his team to the state Class 5A title. He plays low and is very quick off the ball. He projects as an OT with his long arms. He needs to get stronger (250 bench, 420 squat) and add weight but has the frame to put on another 50 pounds. Second Team All-Conference as a junior. 3.0 core GPA. 4-CO (Spring 2006) OFFERS: KANST,COLST,OKST,COL,WYO

64 Devan Cunningham OL 6'6 315 5.55 Sacramento Grant California Cunningham should be one of the more highly recruited OT prospects on the west coast. He has excellent size and plays with a real nasty streak. Especially effective as a run blocker. Didn't really lift many weights until his junior year. He's working hard on improving his strength and foot speed. 3.6 GPA. 2-Sacramento Bee-Area (OL) OFFERS: BYU,NMEX,COL,CAL, WASHST,NEB,SDST

65 Blake DeChristopher OL/DL 6'6 295 5.00 Midlothian Clover Hill Virginia Virginia Tech DeChristopher has parlayed a fine 2006 combine circuit into some quality early offers while establishing himself as one of the better OLs in the state. He has a great frame, good strength and excellent footwork. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. OFFERS: VT,MD,OHST,UVA,NCST

66 Hayworth Hicks OL 6'3 323 5.38 Palmdale California Hicks is pretty strong (315 bench, 455 squat) and runs very, very well for a big man. He really passes the "eyeball test" as he has little fat and is quite muscular. He also has a great work ethic. Plays through the whistle. Projects as a guard in college. One of the better linemen out West. ; 2-CAL-Junior-AS (OL); 1-PS-Valley/High Desert OFFERS: MS,WASH,ORE,AZ, UNLV,UTAH,WASHST

67 Po'u Palelei OL/DL 6'3 320 5.20 Las Vegas Bishop Gorman Nevada Playing for the powerful Bishop Gorman program, Palelei has received a lot of hype. Scouts, however, are mixed when it comes to assessing his big-time potential. Some feel that he has tremendous athletic ability and poitential that can't be ignored. Others feel that he has not been as dominant in high school as he should be and that he has problems in finishing off blocks. He plays both ways in high school but projects on the OL in college. He's strong and can be aggressive when he wants to be. He's just very raw. He had 25 pancakes and 31 tackles as a junior. Uncle, Lonnie, played in the NFL. 10-NV-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Las Vegas Review Journal-AS (OL); 1-Southern Nevada (OL); 1-Sunset Conference OFFERS: COLST,AZ,OK,WASH, AZST,OREST,ORE,A&M,TT,BYU

68 Darrion Weems OL/DL 6'6 260 5.24 Woodland Hills Taft California Weems was displaced from New Orleans McMain to powerful Woodland HillsTaft in California after Hurricane Katrina. After playing his junior season at Taft he transferred in the spring of 2006 to Cedar Hill in Texas. He then decided to return to Taft for his senior year. He's tall, has quick feet and is a surprisingly strong run blocker. Needs to learn to play lower. A fine student. Was of the top OL prospects in Louisiana, then the West Coast, then Texas, and, as of now, the West Coast again. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (OL) OFFERS: ORE,BC,TULANE,BAY,NEB

69 Grant Freeman OL/TE 6'6 240 5.30 Paris Arkansas Arkansas Freeman has a great frame that can add quite a bit of additional weight. He plays TE and DE in high school but I think that he will fill out and project as an OT in college as he's an excellent blocker, despite the fact that he has nice, huge hands. As a junior in a run-oriented offense, he caught 7 passes for 184 yards and 3 TDs. As a sophomore, he had 6 receptions for 63 yards and 2 TDs. Also plays basketball and baseball. 4.0 GPA. Hard worker. One of the state's top 6 prospects. Freeman committed to Arkansas in February. 4-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: ARK

70 Jatavious Jackson OL/DL 6'4 275 5.20 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Jackson really stands out for a team loaded with talent. As a junior he was named First Team All-Palm Beach County after anchoring an offensive line that helped his team average 377.8 yards of total offense a game. He has great feet and agility for a big man. He can really get down the field and block. One of several very athletic offensive linemen in southeastern Florida this year. 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small; 1-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area; 4-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005); 3Top 12 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: WVU,FLA,MS,AL,AUB,GA,LSU

71 Rishaw Johnson OL 6'4 300 Hammond Louisiana Mississippi Johnson was a bit under the radar until summer as he transferred from New Orleans St. Augustine to Southern Lab after Katrina and is now at Hammond. He committed to Mississippi in June, just before exploding over the summer circuit and receiving some very high quality offers. He looked very good at the Florida State camp. Fine combination of size, speed (5.11 at a Nike camp), quickness (5.0 shutle) and strength (25 bench reps). 42-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 1-District 7-1A OFFERS: MS,SE LA,STHN,FSU,SMS,LSU

72 Patrick Crump OL 6'3 285 5.00 Hoover Alabama Despite playing for one of the nation's top programs, Crump didn't emerge out of the large shadows of fellow teammate and lineman Ryan Pugh until during the May evaluation period. Once he was evaluated, his stock sky-rocketed, as reflected by his impressive early offer list. He made a name for himself holding his own against Sidell Corley in a 2006 spring game. He's a quick and very aggressive OG prospect who is working on improving his strength (290 bench, 450 squat). Young for his class. Needs to watch his grades. He committed to Alabama in June. OFFERS: TEN,TROY,MICH,KY,LOU,AL,PUR

73 Jack Cornell OL 6'6 300 5.19 Quincy Notre Dame Illinois Michigan State Cornell is a powerful offensive lineman who earned rare First Team All-State honors as a junior. He's strong (345 bench, 550 squat) but has a lean frame that can add more weight. Has good foot speed (can pull), plays aggressively and is effective both run and pass blocking. Good wrestler. 2.9 GPA. He committed to Michigan State in July. 1-Chicago Tribune-AS (OL); 1-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (OL) OFFERS: MO,IL,KY,VANDY,MICHST, PUR,MARSH,IN,NEB

74 Ryan Wheat OL/DL 6'5 298 5.07 Flint Carman-Ainsworth Michigan Wheat wants to play on the defensive line in college, but is better suited for duty on the offensive side of the ball. He looked pretty good at the San Antonio All-American Combine in January and has been working hard on adding muscle mass and conditioning since then. He plays for a program that has churned out some pretty talented prospects in recent years. He has really improved his strength (26 reps at San Antonio compared to just 12 at Ann Arbor Nike in 2005) and become more agile. As a junior, he posted 26 solo tackles, 17 assists, 6 TFL and 3 sacks. Wheat was a First Team All-Conference selection as a junior. 1-Big Nine OFFERS: MICHST,WISC,ILL,BALLST, IN,CIN,CMU,EMU,TOL

75 Seth Oxner OL 6'4 282 5.19 Monticello Arkansas Arkansas Oxner is a hard-working guard or center prospect. He has excellent lateral mobility, can pull and plays very tough. He needs to get stronger. Fine technique. Also an excellent deep snapper. Oxner committed to Arkansas in March. 6-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: ARK

76 Dan Matha OL 6'6 310 5.30 Erie McDowell Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Matha is the top pure OT in the state and one of the better overall prospects in Pennsylvania. He has a great, lean physique that still needs to fill out. He's an exceptional run blocker due to his exceptional natural strength. He also moves very well for a big guy but needs to work on his footwork. He has some early quality offers. He committed to Pittsburgh in June. 16-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 12-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AAAA-AS; 1-Keystone Recruiting-All-State OFFERS: PITT,WVU,UCONN,MD

77 Jayson Palmgren OL/DL 6'2 278 5.34 North Kansas City Missouri Palmgren is an extremely talented run blocker who plays tough, physical and through the whistle. He really knows how to finish off plays. He has tremendous feet, body control and pulling ability. He also has pretty good strength (290 bench, 465 squat). Also wrestles. Lacks ideal height. 3.3 GPA. 2-MFCA-5A-AS (OL) OFFERS: IA,MO,KAN,KANST,ARK

78 Evan Blankenship OL 6'3 310 5.10 Monaca Center Area Pennsylvania Ohio State Blankenship is a powerful (375 bench, 475 squat, 450 dead lift) OG prospect who plays OT in high school. He excels at both run and pass blocking due to his strength and excellent feet. One of the top 4 OLs in the state. He also plays baseball. 3.0 GPA. He committed to Ohio State in July. 18-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 10-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: OHST,PITT,KY,TEMP

79 Jaymes Brooks OL/DL 6'3 296 4.93 Denbigh Virginia Virginia Tech Brooks is one of the top prospects in the talent-laden Eastern Region of Virginia and during the May evaluation period he emerged as one of the top overall line prospects in the state. His strength is his outstanding speed and quickness for his size (4.93 combine forty). Also is very strong and explosive (53-foot shot put as a sophomore). Second Team All-District performer the past couple of years. Has some very high quality early offers. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. Top 13 Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006 OFFERS: FLA,MD,NCAR,NCST,SCAR,TEN,VT,FSU

80 Landon Walker OL/DL 6'6 259 5.19 Ronda East Wilkes North Carolina Clemson Walker has a great frame, good strength and surprising mobility (4.78 shuttle) and athleticism. With his long arms he is an exceptional pass blocker. He has looked very impressive during the 2006 combine circuit. Once he fills out watch out! Walker is one of the top 15 prospects in North Carolina. He committed to Clemson in May. 18-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: NCST,ECAR,NCAR,CLEM,WAKE

81 Brad Durham OL 6'5 298 5.25 Mount Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky Louisville Durham is one of several very good OL prospects in the state. He has a nice frame that will fill out at around 320 pounds, excellent agility and strength. He's effective both as a drive-blocking run blocker and as a pass blocker due to his long arms. Also has a great work ethic. 3.9 GPA. He committed to Louisville in August. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006) OFFERS: KY,LOU,PUR,CIN,BAY

82 Nick Schepis OL 6'3 271 5.06 Stow Walsh Jesuit Ohio Boston College It's a very poor year for offensive linemen in Ohio, but Schepis could rank as the best of the mediocre lot. He isn't very tall, but has a frame that coulds easily fill out to over 300-pounds in college. He's athletic, works very hard, has good feet (4.6 shuttle) and excellent strength (305 bench, great 635 squat). On film, he's a real player showing tenacity, a quick first step, power and the ability to finish off blocks. A very impressive prep lineman, he could make an outstanding center or guard in college. He has looked very good during the 2006 combine circuit, viewed by many as the top OL at both the Ohio State Nike and Louisville Scout camps. He committed to Boston College in July. Top 13 OLs-OH-JRS (December); 17-Cleveland Plain Dealer-PS-Area; 5-DL-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: AKRON,MIA(OH), WVU,DUKE,MARSH,CIN, WISC,WAKE,BG, KY,UCONN,CMU,IN,STAN,NW,BC

83 Greg Nosal OL/TE 6'7 255 5.13 Kellam Virginia Virginia Tech One of the top prospects this year out of the talent-rich Tidewater Bay area. He has great height, a nice wingspan and excellent feet for his size. Is athletic and runs well enough to play TE in high school but he projects as a tackle in college. Has the frame to add a lot of weight. Fine student. He committed to Virginia Tech in July. 3-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot) OFFERS: VT,AKRON,UVA,UCONN,ECAR,KENT ST,MARSH

84 Donald Stephenson OL 6'5 282 5.00 Kansas City Central Missouri Kansas Stephenson has been a starter at Central since his freshman season. An excellent left tackle prospect with a nice frame, quick feet and good strength (375 bench). He plays with great intensity. 3.5 GPA. A real sleeper who I like a lot. Committed to Kansas in March. OFFERS: KAN,KANST,IAST,MO,WISC

85 Donny Barclay OL 6'4 274 5.19 Harmony Seneca Valley Pennsylvania West Virginia Barclay is a talented and athletic OT prospect. He has good strength, nice feet and is especially effective as a run blocker. He was named Second Team All-Conference as a junior. Great work ethic. He committed to West Virginia in May. 17-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: NCST,PITT,WVU,AKRON,TEMP

86 Fred Koloto OL/DL 6'4 270 4.90 Palo Alto California Kolota is one of the top overall prospects in northern California. He's a standout two-way lineman who projects as a guard in college. He has a great frame and quickness, and once he gets on a dedicated weight program he will fill out at over 300 pounds. He has been impressive at several camps and combines, including the USC summer camp. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-CAL-Junior-AS (DL) ; 2-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro; 1-San Jose Mercury News-Area; 1-Santa Clara Valley-De Anza Division (LM of the Year); 11-23 (Top 2 JRs) Area (San Jose Mercury News-September 2005) OFFERS: NEB,BYU,SJST,CAL,WASH,UTAH

87 Sergio Glenn OL 6'6 324 5.37 Winston-Salem North Forsyth North Carolina Still a bit raw, there is no questioning Glenn's long-term potential. He's huge, with a great frame and strength. He's also agile for a big man (5.37 forty, 5.25 shuttle). Has looked very, very good during the 2006 combiune circuit. He has the potential to star in college if he puts it all together. Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006)

88 Micah Carter OL 6'2 311 5.18 Beckley Woodrow Wilson West Virginia Marshall Carter is one of the top four prospects in West Virginia. He lacks great height, but is a real strong (375 bench) grinder as an OG prospect. He has tested pretty well at combines (5.18 forty, 4.94 shuttle), but has especially stood out in one-on-one drills, where he is rarely beaten. He plays low to the ground and uses leverage well, is explosive off the ball and is a finisher. As a junior he had 71 pancakes. He committed to Marshall in June. 1-AP-AAA-AS (OL) OFFERS: MARSH,GT,TEN

89 Keith Newell OL/DL 6'6 284 5.25 Trenton New Jersey Rutgers Newell has the great height and frame that coaches are looking for in an OT prospect. He has quick feet for his size and is working hard on his agility and getting stronger. He has some quality early offers and has emerged as one of the top four offensive line prospects in New Jersey. He committed to Rutgrs in June. PS Top 121 NJ JRs (DT) OFFERS: RUT,ILL

90 Clyde Yandell OL/DL 6'5 304 Jacksonville Nease Florida Yandell is a talented line prospect with a nice frame, feet and strength. He's still a bit raw in his fundamentals, but once he puts things together he has a pretty high ceiling. Overshadowed a bit by classmate James Wilson, Yandell is a legit high-level D-I prospect as well. Not quite the athlete as Wilson, he was still skilled and quick enough to also start at DT his junior season for the state Class 4A champions. He registered 18 tackles and 16 assists. 3.5 GPA. 78-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); OFFERS: 22 August Os: FLA INTL, HOU,LOU, STAN,MARSH, ECAR,NEB,TEN, FLA,GT,VT,AUB,MD,NW

91 Garrett Pendergast OL/DL 6'3 272 Anaheim Servite California Pendergast has played in the shadows of some of his super-hyped teammates (Chris Galippo and Dennis Shoemate), but has emerged as one of the top OL prospects in the West. He has a nice frame that could fill out at over 300 pounds together with great quickness for a lineman. He is especially effective pulling, but is solid both in run and pass blocking. OFFERS: WASH,COLST,WASHST,IDAHO,BOISE ST,NEV,UTAH

92 Paul Simkovich OL 6'4 297 5.34 Latrobe Pennsylvania Michigan State Simkovich emerged during the 2006 combine season and is now considered to be one of the better OL prospects in the state. A two-way player, as a junior he registered 31 tackles and 4.5 sacks. He has nice size, decent strength (300 bench) and surprising agility and lateral mobility (4.88 shuttle) for a big guy. He's a very good pass blocker and plays very physically. He needs to get quicker off the ball. Also plays hockey. He committed to Michigan State in May. 30-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS: MICHST,AKRON,TEMP

93 Mason Cloy OL 6'4 260 4.90 Columbia Spring Valley South Carolina Clemson Cloy is one of a trio of Division I offensive line prospects playing for Spring Valley. He started as a sophomore at OT and as a junior he was named Third Team All-State by The State as a TE. With his size, quickness and athleticism he projects as a guard or center in college. He's quick off the ball and has very flexible hips. Needs to work on his upper body strength (benches 260, power cleans 275 pounds). 3.9 GPA. Has some quality early offers. He committed to Clemson in July. 4-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Palmetto Sports 20 to Watch in 2007 (January 29, 2006); 3-The State-AS (TE) OFFERS: VAND,SCAR,CLEM,SMS,ECAR,VT,DUKE,NCAR,NCST,STAN,UVA,GT,KY,LOU

94 Niko Mafuli OL/DL 6'3 293 4.90 St. Louis University Missouri Northwestern A Second Team All-Metro St. Louis and First Team Class 6A All-State selection as a junior OT, Mafuli projects as a guard in college even thoguh he is also a talented DT. He's very strong both in the upper (365 bench) and lower (600 squat) body and throws the discus and shot in track. He has quick feet and is especially effective in run blocking. 3.1 GPA and 27 ACT. He committed to Northwestern in July. 1-MFCA-6A-AS; 2-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro OFFERS: MO,UTAH,NW,HAW,UNLV,WISC

95 Gary McClellan OL/DL 6'4 300 5.20 Arkadelphia Arkansas McClellan certainly passes the "eyeball test" with his great frame and build. Solid as a rock, this two-way lineman was buried a bit in a deep Arkansas class but has recently emerged as one of the top line prospects in the southwest. He's very strong (365 bench, 475 squat, 325 power clean) and has excellent feet. As a junior, he registered 53 tackles, 20 TFL and 4 sacks. 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006); 1-AAAA Southwest (OL) OFFERS: ARK,MS

96 Paul Henry OL 6'8 280 Fort Smith Northside Arkansas Mississippi Henry really emerged as a first-year starter his junior season and is now considered to be one of the top 12 prospects in Arkansas. His great height and frame are, of couse, what really stand out, but he also has pretty good quickness for a "tree" and good athleticism. Still quite raw, he's another lineman with a "high ceiling". He committed to Mississippi in June. 10-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: ARK,MS,KANST,ARKST

97 Desmond Roberts OL 6'5 264 5.96 Gaston Northampton North Carolina North Carolina State Roberts will need to get bigger to play college ball, but he has tremendous upside with his great frame, excellent mobility and non-stop motor. He plays tough and has a frame that could add 50 pounds to it. Plays exceptionally well in open space. Could play either center or guard in college. Has emerged as one of the top 15 prospects in North Carolina. He committed to North Carolinas State in August. 14-NC (Winter 2006) OFFERS: NCAR,NCST,SCAR,VT,ECAR,LOU

98 Josh Rooks OL/DL/TE 6'6 250 4.90 Holland Christian Michigan Northwestern One of the top prospects in western Michigan, Rooks is a talented TE and DE with pretty good quickness and very soft hands. With his frame, however, many project him as playing either on the OL or DL in college. He has been a starter since his freshman year. Also plays basketball. Benches 285 and squats 400, so there is room to get stronger. Great motor. He started receiving BCS offers after putting on an impressive performance at the Columbus Nike. Purdue, which does a good job of identifying talent in Michigan, was the first school to offer. He committed to Northwestern in August. OFFERS: CMU,PUR,NW,NILL,STAN,MICHST

99 Doug Weaver OL 6'7 282 5.50 Roxboro Person North Carolina Wake Forest Weaver has a nice frame and has pretty good mobility. He needs to play more aggressively. As a sophomore he graded out at over 80% in each game and as a junior at over 85% in each game. Weaver committed to Duke back in September 2005 but backed out of his commitment in March. He committed to Wake Forest in June. 15-NC (Winter 2006); Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: DUKE,NCST,MD,WAKE

100 Matthew Masifilo OL/DL 6'4 255 5.21 Honolulu Campbell Hawaii A sleeper prospect out of Hawaii, Masifilo looked good at the San Antonio U.S. ArmyJunior All-American Combine, showng good quickness (4.84 shuttle) and strength (21 bench reps). A Second Team All-Conference selection as a junior. He looked exceptional at the Oregon summer camp in 2005 and Oregon was the first to offer. Has followed up with several other fine combine performances to emerge as one of the better OLs out west. OFFERS: ORE,HOU,OREST,STAN,CAL,HAWAII,UNLV,BOISE ST,NEV,SDST,UTAH,WASH,AZ

101 Will Furlong OL 6'5 275 5.20 DeLand Florida Florida State Furlong is a talented run-blocker who runs well, is quick off the ball and is a real mauler. One of the better prospects in central Florida. He committed to Florida State in July. 2-FSWA-6A-AS; 2-Orlando Sentinel-Central Florida; 1-Orlando Sentinel-Volusia County; 1-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area OFFERS: CENFLA,MS,WVU,FSU

102 Chase Dumphord OL/DL 6'7 306 5.35 Paris Kentucky Dumphord was a two-way starter at OT and DE as a junior for a small, Class 1A school. Possessing the ideal frame for a college OT, he is very athletic and has good feet. As a sophomore, he even played some TE and caught six passes. He also registered an impressive 106 tackles as a sophomore. He benches 305 pounds but needs to improve his lower body strength (315 squat). One of the first in-staters offered by Kentucky. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006) OFFERS: KY,LOU,CIN

103 Michael Harris OL/DL 6'4 305 5.61 Duarte California Harris is a real sleeper prospect who I like out of California. He has pretty much been off of the recruiitng radar for some mysterious reason. He was very impressive at USC's 2005 summer camp, being the only underclass OL to get reps playing with the top senior group. He has a nice frame and excellent feet. Needs to get stronger (17 bench reps). As a sophomore he started both ways and had 9 tackles and 27 assists on defense. His GPA is just under 3.9. OFFERS: MS

104 Wade Bowen OL/DL 6'7 310 5.40 Palmer Colony Alaska Bowen could be the top prospect in Alaska. He has great size and nice feet but needs to improve his strength (275 bench, 420 squat). All-League as a junior. He is hearing from schools literally beyond coast-to-coast. An interesting aside is that this Alaskan's first offer was from Hawaii. One of the fastest-rising prospects in the northwest. OFFERS: HAW

105 Markeece Preston OL/DL 6'1 346 4.95 Paterson Catholic New Jersey Preston is one of the top three offenisve linemen in the state. He is very versatile, having started at center as a freshman, guard as a sophomore and tackle as a junior. Projects at guard or center (can also long snap) in college. He's very athletic, has good footwork and has good strength. Lacks ideal height and needs to watch his weight. Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 14-NJ-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-AP-AS (OL); 1-Herald News-Area (North Jersey); PS Top 121 NJ JRs ; 2-NJHS-PS-AS (OL) OFFERS: MD,PIT

106 A.J. Savai'i OL 6'3 315 Taft California An exceptional power-blocker from his OT postion, Savaii earned First Team Junior All-State honors. As a right tackle, he paved way for the state’s regular-season rushing leader. He's known as one of the most dominating linemen in the Bakersfield area, sometimes blocking two opponents on one play. Will probably need to move inside in college. 1-CAL-Junior-AS (OL); 2-CAL-Small Schools-AS (OL); 1-Bakersfield Californian-Area

107 David Smith OL 6'5 280 5.00 Greenville South Carolina Clemson Smith is one of the top three OL prospects in South Carolina. He is quick off the ball, very athletic and has long arms. He will need to get stronger (285 bench, 440 squat). 3.8 GPA. Smith committed to Clemson in February. 2-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Top 12-SCAR-JRs (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); OFFERS: CLEM

108 Darrell Davis-Budanauro OL/DL 6'5 370 6.40 East Grand Rapids Michigan Michigan State Davis-Budanauro is a monster of a two-way lineman who was athletic enough to be named First Team All District 9-4A at DL and Second Team at OL while playing for Lewisville Hebron in Texas as a junior. He transferred to East Grand Rapids in Michigan his junior winter. Surprisingly agile for a big man, he also has good strength (330 bench, 580 squat). A wide-body who is not fat, just very thick. He could play both on either side of the ball in college, but with his great size I like him on offense. He committed to Michigan State in June. 1-District 9-4A (DL); 2-District 9-4A (OL) OFFERS: MICHST,EMU,PUR,IN

109 Dylan Gross OL 6'6 290 Morro Bay California Gross is a sleeper on the national stage but the local schools know all about him. He has a great frame, good athletisicm and is an excellent run blocker. One of the best linemen in the L.A. area. 2-CAL-Medium Schools-AS (OL); 15-OL-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005)

110 Clyde Aufner OL 6'7 255 Raymore-Peculiar Missouri Kansas State Aufner garnered consensus First Team Class 5A All-State honors and was a rare junior selection to the Kansas City Star's All-Metro team. He has a tremendous frame that could fill out at around 320-pounds and long arms. He moves very well and is a very, very impressive pass blocker. Also has a great work ethic. 3.2 GPA. He committed to Kansas State in April. 1-MFCA-5A-AS; 1-MSS-5A-AS; 1-Kansas City Star-Metro OFFERS: KANST

111 Justin Dupuis OL 6'7 280 5.07 St. Charles College (Sudbury Warriors) Canada Dupuis is one of my super-sleepers, as most top Canadian prospects are usually relatively unheralded south of the border. He has a great frame and excellent mobility and speed. A combine warrior, he has run an impressive 5.07 forty and 4.71 shuttle in 2005. Plays for the Sudbury Warriors of the OVFL but recently suffered a broken leg.

112 Adam Tello OL 6'3 270 5.10 Norco California Colorado Tello is a strong (365 bench, 565 squat) and powerful OL prospect out of a strong Norco program. He projects as a guard in college as he also runs quite well. Especially effective as a run blocker. One of the better OL prospects in California. 2.5 GPA. He committed to Colorado in August. OFFERS: NMEX,BC,COLST,BAY,SDST,WASH,AZ,UTAH,COL

113 Kyle Nunn OL 6'6 260 5.31 Sumter South Carolina Virginia Tech Nunn is one of the better linemen in South Carolina. He has a nice fame, flexible hips and long arms. He also plays the game with a mean streak. As a junior, he graded out at 85% and had 20 pancakes. He needs to get stronger (benches just under 300). He committed to Virginia Tech in July. 3-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); OFFERS: NCST,VT,NCAR

114 Tyler Mabry OL/DL 6'6 290 5.30 San Diego Francis Parker California Stanford Mabry is equally effective both run and pass blocking. He was a bit under the radar until his junior film made the rounds in late spring/early summer. Also quick enough to be a solid prep DL. Also an outstanding student. He committed to Stanford in July. OFFERS: UTAH,SDST,BOISE ST,NW,DUKE,AZ,WASH,ORE,AZST,UTEP,STAN

115 Brad Hallick OL/DL 6'5 282 5.20 Pottsville Area Pennsylvania Virginia Hallick has emerged in the winter of 2006 as one of the bettrer OL prospects in Pennsylvania. Has nice size and pretty good feet and strength. At the top of his class academically. He committed to Virginia in May. 34-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 24-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006) OFFERS: RUT,VANDY,UVA,TEMP,STAN,IN

116 Tyler McDermott OL 6'2 266 5.35 Palm Beach Central Florida McDermott is a compact and quick (4.44 shuttle) center prospect. A standout in high school, he has been an All-Conference performer since his freshman season. As a junior, he graded out at 89% and compiled 35 pancakes in earning All-County honors. He's a smart and heady player, with good leadership skills (captain). He's exceptionally quick off the ball, with a great burst and excellent strength (335 bench), especially in the lower body (550 squat). 3.7 GPA. 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Large; 2-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area; 15-Palm Beach County JRs (November 2005) OFFERS: AUB,FLA INTL

117 Kenny Plue OL 6'7 317 5.76 Rensselear New York Boston College Plue is a big prospect from a small school. He earned all-state honors as a junior but is still quite raw. He is surprisingly quick (5.19 shuttle) and has the size, frame and work ethic to make it big in college. He committed to Boston College in June. 1-NYSWA-D-AS (OL) OFFERS: BC

118 Chris Shannon OL 6'5 285 5.20 Andover Phillips Academy Massachusetts Playing for a school better known for turning out captains of industry than football players, Shannon helped lead Phillips Academy to the New England Class A Championship game. He has a nice frame, good feet and knows how to play low and use leverage. He's effective as both a run blocker and pass blocker. Acadsemics will be an important factor for him in his choice of a school. Shannon is one of the top six prospects in Massachusetts. OFFERS: MD,DUKE

119 Grant Cook OL/TE 6'6 275 4.90 Jonesboro Arkansas Arkansas Cook started as a sophomore at OT and moved to TE his junior season. With his frame and size, he projects as a tackle in college. He was a standout at the 2005 Arkansas summer camp. His best asset is, of course, his nice frame, but he also has exceptional feet. He needs to get stronger and fill out. It's a deep year for offensive linemen in Arkansas and Cook is among the best. He committed to Arkansas in July. 5-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: ARK,OKST,MO,ARKST

120 Garth Gerhart OL 6'1 300 5.28 Norco California Colorado Gerhart is the younger brother of Stanford-bound RB Toby Gerhart and his father is his high school coach. Unlike Toby, Garth is a lineman, and a pretty good one at that. As a junior, he was a First Team Junior All-State selection, repeating the honors he won in 2004 as a Sophomore All-Stater. He had 130 pancakes. He has good feet and is very aggressive, especially effective as a run blocker. He also has pretty good strength (315 bench, 565 squat). The only knock on him is his lack of ideal height, but that hasn't stopped such programs as offensive line factory Boston College from offering him early. Like his brother, he's an excellent student. He committed to Colorado in August. 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-CIF-Division V-Southern Section; 19-OL-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 1-PS-Inland Empire; 1-Riverside Press-Enterprise-PS-Area OFFERS: BC,COLST,BAY,NMST,COL,UTAH,UNLV,BOISE ST

121 Branden Curry OL 6'6 290 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida Yet another talented big man out of southeastern Florida, Curry earned First Team All-Broward County Big School honors as a junior. He did not allow a sack as a junior. Effective as both a pass blocker (did not allow a sack) and run blocker. Has good balance and natural power. Working hard to get stronger. A shot putter in track. Has looked pretty good during the 2006 combine circuit. ; 46-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A OFFERS: FLA INT,PITT

122 Rex McDougald OL/DL 6'3 295 5.00 Iola Texas Baylor McDougald is an athletic two-way line prospect who plays MLB and fullback for his small school (Class 1A) team. Also a talented basketball player and one of the best shot putters in 1A. A unique athlete, he has excellent strength (380 bench, 35 bench reps as a sophomore) and has gotten taller. As a junior, he had an amazing 201 tackles, 26 TFL, 4 sacks and 2 INTs in earning All-State honors. As a sophomore, he had 135 tackles and about 600 yards rushing. No early offers as of March, probably due to the poor level of competition, but that should change once he makes the camp and combine rounds. He committed to Baylor in April. 52-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 35-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-AP-1A-AS (DL); Top 120 Juniors Texas (DL; Summer 2005) OFFERS: BAY

123 Houston Reynolds OL/DL 6'3 285 Provo Timpview Utah BYU Reynolds is a talented two-way lineman who earned First Team Class 4A All-State honors on the OL as a junior. Excellent technician and good athleticism. Moves well. Father coaches at BYU and his older brother plays there. One of the top 5 prospects in the state. He committed to BYU in August. 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-4A-AS OFFERS: BYU,STAN,ORE

124 Evan Eike OL 6'4 310 5.40 Bryan Texas Texas A&M Eike was a First Team All-District and Second Team All-Centex selection as a junior He has a solid, muscular build. He's a powerful and strong (370 bench, 440 squat) OT prospect who is an especially strong run blocker. He committed to Texas A&M in March. 1-District 13-5A OFFERS: A&M

125 Sione Tau OL 6'6 305 5.50 Honolulu Damien Memorial Hawaii Tau emerged over the summer as one of the top overall prospects in Hawaii. He looked very good at summer combines, showing off a great frame, quick feet (also plays basketball) and solid natural strength (300+ bench). He's a versatile lineman with a fine work ethic. OFFERS: UTAH,NMST,COL

126 Courtney Green OL 6'5 302 5.20 Corsicana Texas Baylor One of several D-I prospects at Corsicana this year. He runs well and projects as a guard, his high school position, in college. He will also play some DT as a senior. A physical player, he has emerged as one of the states better linemen. He committed to Baylor in June. 98-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS: MS,BAY,TCU,OKST,LSU,NCAR,IAST,HOU

127 Billy Joe Murphy OL/DL 6'7 265 Tompkinsville Monroe County Kentucky Kentucky Talk about your sleepers, Murphy is one of a deep crop of in-state OL prospect. He plays for a small Class 2A school that only went 3-7 his sophomore year. He has a great frame and is athletic, also starting at center on the basketball team. He knows how to use leverage, unusual for a prospect his size, and has excellent techniue. Once he fills out he could be special. The in-state schools klnopw all about him and offered early. A 4.0 student who is already qualified. He committed to Kentucky in July. KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006) OFFERS: LOU,KY,VANDY

128 William Vlachos OL 6'1 302 5.28 Birmingham Mountain Brook Alabama Alabama Vlachos is a very strong (410 bench, 34 bench reps) and powerful center prospect. He has good feet for a big man. He uses leverage well and is especially effective as a run blocker. Very physical. He played in the Alabama North-South All-Star game, primarily at guard. He has looked impressive during the 2006 combine circuit. Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game; 1-Over The Mountain Area OFFERS: LSU,AL,TROY,WVU

129 Nathan Richman OL 6'6 270 5.00 Braintree Thayer Academy Massachusetts Boston College Richman is one of the top prospects in Massachusetts. He has a great frame and runs failry well. Benches 300 and squats 415. He committed to Boston College in July. OFFERS: BC

130 Micah Grimes OL/DL 6'5 285 Fort Meade Florida Grimes stars for a small-school power, a team that won the state Class 1A title his junior season. He has great strength and excellent quickness for a big man. As a junior he was named First Team Class 1A All-State. One of the top offensive linemen in the state. ; 38-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-FSWA-1A-AS OFFERS: MD,CENFLA,SFLA,IAST,MIDTENST,COLST

131 Blake Behrens OL 6'4 280 5.10 Phoenix Brophy Prep Arizona Colorado It's a great year for offensive linemen in Arizona, and Behrens ranks behind only superstar prospects Javario Burkes and Kris O'Dowd. A First Team All-State selection as a junior, this guard prospect has gotten much bigger over the past year and is now a legit high-level Pac-10 prospect. He has excellent strength (360 bench, 23 bench reps, 500 squat), agility (4.50 shuttle) and explosiveness (30-inch vertical). A hard worker, he has excellent technique on the field. Also putts the shot in track. He committed to Colorado in July. Top 150 AZ (Spring 2006); L45841-AS; 1-Arizona Republic-5A-AS; 1-5A1-AS ; 1-Tucson Arizona Star-5A-Southern Arizon; Midseason All State Team; 6 AZ (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OREST,UTAH,UTEP,COLST,BOISEST,COL

132 Rodney Hudson OL 6'4 295 5.22 Mobile B.C. Rain Alabama West Virginia Hudson was a Frist Team Class 5A All-State selection as a junior and is one of several D-I prospects at B.C. Rain. He has pretty good strength (315 bench, 22 bench reps, 415 squat) and quickness. One of the better OL prospects in the state. He committed to West Virginia in August. 1-ASWA-5A-AS; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-5A-AS OFFERS: MS,BALL ST,HOU,WVU,SFLA,CLEM

133 Kaleb Drinkgern OL 6'7 250 4.90 Marysville Kansas Kansas State Drinkgern is a tall and athletic OT prospect. He has a nice frame and good feet for a big man. He still needs to fill out and get stronger. One of the top 6 prospects in Kansas. Drinkgern committed to Kansas State in February. OFFERS: KANST

134 Mike Matamua OL 6'4 280 5.26 Kapolei Hawaii Malamua is one of the top prospects in Hawaii. He's a nice-sized lineman with fine 5.26 speed and quickness (4.78 shuttle). He's a real tough kid who works hard and laves his all on the field. I like him a lot. OFFERS: HAW,UNLV,COL,SDST

135 Richard Muldrow OL 6'8 290 5.50 York William Penn/York Country Day Pennsylvania Muldrow is a late-bloomer who emerged during the winter of 2006 as a high Division I prospect. He has looked very good at combines and junior days. Really passes the eyeball test. Coaches love his great frame, that could easily fill out at 320-plus pounds. He also has very good feet and lateral mobility. Solid run blocker and graded out at over 90% as a junior. Still quite raw, he's one of those "high ceiling" types who could really shine in college. He attends York Country Day High, but as they don't have a football team he plays for William Penn High. 32-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 14-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006) OFFERS: MD,RUT,WVU,VANDY,BC,TEMP,AKRON,CIN,BUFF,BG,NCAR,PSU

136 Tanner Richins OL 6'6 265 Logan Utah A First Team Class 3A All-State selection by the Salt Lake Deseret Mountain News, Richins has a great frame and good athleticism. Needs to get stronger. A relative unknown since he's from Utah, but I like him a lot. Solid 3.6 GPA. One of the top six prospects in Utah 1-Salt Lake Deseret MN-3A-AS; 1-Salt Lake Tribune-3A-AS (OL) OFFERS: BYU,UTAH,UTAH ST,STAN

137 Josh LeRibeus OL 6'4 303 5.18 Richardson Berkner Texas SMU LeRibeus is a physical and grinding OG prospect who will be a three-year starter for Berkner. As a junior, he was a First Team All-District selection. He's an excellent finisher and has very good speed and lateral mobility. He committed to SMU in May. 95-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 1-District 10-5A OFFERS: BC,BAY,HOU,SMU,STAN,COLST,UTAH,SDST

138 Josh Allen OL 6'3 330 Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos California Allen emerged as a prospect when he was named a Sophomore All-American in 2004. He has great strength and is one of the top OG prospects on the West Coast. 1-PS-Inland Empire

139 John Nisby OL 6'2 300 5.02 Stockton St. Mary's California Nisby's greatest asset is his overwhelming strength and power. He benches 435 pounds (put up 33 reps as a sophomore) and squats 685 pounds. He has good straight ahead speed (5.02 combine time) but needs to improve his quickness and lateral mobility (5.44 shuttle as a sophomore, improved to 5.19 as a junior). He has been an underclass First Team All-Stater the past two years. He registered 30 tackles as a junior. Especially strong as a run blocker. He projects as a guard or center in college. One of the top linemen in northern California. Top 50-CA-JRs (Winter 2006); 1-CAL-Junior-AS; 1-Pre-All-Sac-Joaquin Section

140 Bradley Sowell OL 6'7 350 5.30 Hernando Mississippi Mississippi Sowell is a huge tackle prospect who needs to get stronger (315 bench, 350 squat). He has pretty good feet, a wide wingspan and excels in pass-blocking. He needs to play more aggressively. Played baseball until his junior year, but now concentrating on the weight room. Raw but athletic. 3.5 GPA. Sowell committed to Mississipi in February. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS

141 Jason Hannan OL 6'3 267 5.20 Waxahachie Texas Oklahoma State A First Team District 15-4A selection at OG as a junior and sophomore, Hannan has good strength (320 bench, 425 squat) and pretty good agility. He needs to get bigger. He committed to Oklahoma State in April. 1-District 15-4A (OG) OFFERS: OKST,BAY,HOU

142 Maurice Bynes OL 6'4 335 5.30 Belle Glade Glades Central Florida Playing for an absolutely loaded program, he is only the third most heavily recruited ofensive lineman on his team (after Ernest McCoy and Jatavious Jackson) but has huge upside. A guard-center prospect, he has a great body for his size, without much fat, and he is very strong, benching over 400 pounds. He also has the athleticism to play defense. OFFERS: WVU,AUB,FLA INT

143 Caleb Ruch OL 6'3 275 5.00 Quakertown Pennsylvania Rutgers Caleb is s sleeper prospect out of Pennsylvania who is just starting to make a name for himself making the combine and camp rounds. He has excellent quickness off the ball, pulls very well and is especially effective blocking in open space. As a junior, he had 26 pancakes and registered 70 tackles and 2 sacks on defense. Very aggressive and has the frame to get bigger. Great work ethic will take him places. Top 20 JRs-Eastern PA (Winter 2006); 3-Pennsylvania Football News-AS OFFERS: WVU,RUT,MIDTENST,PITT,AKRON,SYR

144 Andrew Roxas OL/DL 6'2 300 La Canada St. Francis California A First Team CIF Division III Southern Section honoree as a junior, he is both agile and strong. Projects as a guard or center. Even played some QB as a sophomore. All-Conference as a sophomore. Great work ethic. Has looked very good at various summer camps and has picked ujp some quality offers. 1-CIF-Division III-Southern Section; 22-OL-Southern Section (LA Times-August 2005); 11-25-Los Angeles Daily News-PS-OL; 1-PS-San Gabriel Valley OFFERS: COL,UTAH,UNLV,CAL,SDST,WASHST,COLST,BAY

145 Brandon Earl OL 6'4 295 5.00 Stevenson North Jackson Alabama Earl was a First Team Class 4A All-State selection and emerged during the spring evaliuation period as one of the better OL prospects in Alabama. Has nice feet and excellent strength (350 bench, 580 squat). Especially effective as a run blocker but also effective pass blocking. Auburn was the first to offer. 1-ASWA-4A-AS (OL) OFFERS: AUB

146 Mickey Okafor OL 6'6 290 5.10 Houston Westbury Texas Houston Okafor is a nice-sized OT prospect who has been a starter since his sophomore season. He was named First Team All-District as a junior. He has a great frame and is a surprisingly effective run blocker for such a tall tackle. He committed in April to Houston, where his brother is on the basketball team. 1-District 22-4A (OL) OFFERS: HOU,KANST,BAY,OKST,TT

147 Miles Stroter OL/DL 6'5 329 5.10 Chicago Martin Luther King Illinois Stroter is a big, fairly strong (335 bench,405 squat), powerful and athletic offensive lineman. Still a bit raw, his best football is ahead of him. A dominant run blocker, he has improved his pass blocking and is learning to better use leverage. Needs to improve his feet. Had over 50 pancakes as a junior. Thows the weights in track. A fine student. He is one of the better linemen in the state. 8-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006); SM-Chicago Tribune-AS (DL); SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (DL); 1-Chicago Sun-Times-Public League OFFERS: ILL,WMU,MSST,AKRON,BG,CMU

148 Colton Jenkins OL/DL 6'4 284 5.22 Winona Mississippi Mississippi State Jenkins is an athletic and versatile big man, receiving college looks for both sides of the ball, including TE. He has good strength (300 bench, 500 squat), excellent leaping ability (30-inch vertical) and quick feet. As a junior at TE, he had 12 receptions for 105 yards and 2 TDs. Great frame. Just needs more experience playing on the OL. Offered early by the in-state schools. He committed to Mississippi State in august. OFFERS: MS,MSST,SMS

149 Gino Gradkowski OL 6'3 286 5.19 Seton-La Salle Pennsylvania West Virginia Gradkowski is the younger brother of talented Toledo signal-caller Bruce Gradkowski. He has been a two-way starter since his sophomore season, playing DT and either OT or OG. He has pretty good strength (325 bench) and agility. As a junior he was a Second Team Class AA All-State selection. He projects as a guard in college. He committed to West Virginia in June. 20-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); 22-PA (Keystone Recruiting, April 13, 2006); Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 2-AP-AA-AS (OL); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: TOL,WVU,PITT,MIA(OH),TEMP,MARSH

150 Arthur Ray OL 6'2 305 5.41 Chicago Mount Carmel Illinois Boston College Ray is a powerful drive-blocker who stars for one of the top programs in Illinois. A Second Team Al-Conference selection as a junior, he has nice strength (315-bench) and decent quickness (4.94 shuttle). Projects as a guard or center in college. One of Chicago's better line prospects. He committed to Boston College in July. SM-Champaign-Urbana-NG-AS (OL); 2-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area: OFFERS: 11 June Os: NILL,IAST,AKRON,BC,KY,BG,COLST,MIA(OH),IN

151 Clint Boling OL/DL 6'5 245 4.80 Alpharetta Chattahoochee Georgia Georgia Boling is a quick and athletic two-way lineman who could play on either side of the ball in college. I like him best at OG, but he will need to get bigger. He plays TE in high school and runs very well. Needs to get stronger (280 bench). He committed to Georgia in July. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: DUKE,KY,WAKE,SCAR,GA

152 Josh Cary OL/DL 6'6 288 Binghamton Chenango Forks Central New York Cary is a big and talented OT prospect who earned First Team Class B All-State and First Team All-Binghamton honors as a junior. Looked good at the 2005 Syracuse summer camp. Has a nice frame and has performed on the field. 295 bench and 515 squat. Solid student. Some schools are waiting to offer until they see him in combines and camps as he doesn't play against the highest level of competition. One of the top prospects in central New York. 1-NYSWA-B-AS; 1-Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin-Metro OFFERS: ALBANY

153 Nick Martinez OL 6'4 290 5.20 Floresville Texas Oklahoma State Martinez plays OT in high school, but projects as a OG in college. He has good strength and is explosive off the ball. Considered by some to be among the top 100 prospects in the state. He committed to Oklahoma State in June. 39-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 26-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1-District 30-4A

154 Mark Wetterer OL 6'5 290 5.30 Cincinnati Anderson Ohio Wetterer is one of the better OL propects in Ohio. He's a tough, aggressive and physical lineman with good size and agility. He looks lean for his size and has the frame to add another 20 pounds. He's a very hard worker and an excellent run blocker. 2.8 GPA. Top 13 OLs-OH-JRS (December); I33894-OL-Jrs-OH (August 2005) OFFERS: CIN,WVU,MD,UCONN,TOL,OHIO U.

155 Ed Ferguson OL 6'5 312 5.30 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida A First Team All-Broward County Small Schools selection, he is a star lineman for a strong small school program. As a junior, he was second on the team in pancakes and helped lead the rushing attack to over 3,000 yards. Surprisingly light on his feet for a big man, he has been a starter at powerful Chaminade since his sophomore season. One of the top offensive linemen in Southeastern Florida. 1-Miami Herald-Broward-3A-1A; 1-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small

156 Colin Armstrong OL 6'5 270 5.20 Lisle Benet Academy Illinois Northwestern Armstrong is one of the better OL prospects in Illinois. Possessing solid athleticism and a nasty temperment on the field, he needs to improve his strength (270 bench, 415 squat). A versatile playmaker, he will go both ways as a senior. Armstrong committed to Northwestern in April. 20-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006) OFFERS: NW,CMU

157 Henry Lawson OL 6'3 290 5.20 Charlotte Catholic North Carolina North Carolina State Lawson was a relative sleeper until he committed to North Carolina State in June. He was an All-County selection as a junior after helping to lead his team to a 16-0 record. He benches 325 pounds. Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006) OFFERS: WAKE,BC,NCST

158 Manaaki Vaitai OL/DL 6'4 295 Euless Trinity Texas BYU Vaitai was a First Team District 6-5A center as a junior even though he was playing with an ankle sprain much of the season. He has also played on the defensive line. One of the top offensive linemen in the Metroplex, he has the work ethic that colleges love to see. He committed to BYU in April. 1-District 6-5A (C) OFFERS: HOU,COLST,BAY,BYU

159 Kyle Fischer OL 6'5 279 5.60 Columbia Spring Valley South Carolina Fischer is part of a troika of talented linemen at Spring Valley. He actually earned more post-season honors than classmates Mason Cloy and Quintin Richardson, but has lagged a bit behind in terms of the number and quality of early offers. As a junior, he recorded 77 pancakes and graded out at 92%. 290 bench, 400 squat. 3.9 GPA. 9-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); 2-AS (OL) OFFERS: VAND,ECAR,NCST,MD,LOU

160 John Jones OL/DL 6'5 305 5.47 Cedar Hill Texas Baylor Jones is one of several talented prospects at Cedar Hill. He has excellent size and good feet (plays basketball). He needs to get stronger. Second Team All-District as a junior. High ceiling. He committed to Baylor in July. 76-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 61-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 2-District 7-5A (T) OFFERS: BAY,KANST,HOU,CENFLA,UTEP

161 Maurice Hampton OL 6'5 295 4.90 Hampton Phoebus Virginia Hampton enjoyed an outstanding junior season and is now considered by many to be among the top 20 prospects in the state. He plays in the talent-rish Tidewater Bay area and was an All-District and Area selection as a junior. Still a bit raw, he has fine strength (350 bench, 500 squat) and athleticism. 4-VA (Winter 2005); Top 13 Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006; ; 2-Eastern Region (Coaches) (G); 1-Peninsula District (G) OFFERS: UVA,VT,SCAR,MD,NCAR,NCST

162 Dennis Ziegler OL 6'7 310 Indianapolis Pike Indiana Ziegler is a sleeper prospect who has emerged during the winter of 2006 as one of the top linemen in Indiana. He only played DT as a junior, but projects at OT in college due to his nice frame and long arms. He will also play OG as a senior. A pretty good basketball player, his junior season was his first year of football so he's still quite raw. A prospect with a high ceiling who is just starting to make a name for himself. OFFERS: IN

163 Charles Gatewood OL 6'6 270 Knoxville Fulton Tennessee Gatewood earned First Team All-State Sophomore honors in 2004 while playing at Pomona in California. He played as a junior for Knoxville Fulton and there was a possibility he would transfer back to Pomona for his senior year. He has a great frame and quick feet. Has been lost in the shuffle due to his transfer last year, but he's a talent.

164 Mark Spinney OL 6'4 265 4.90 Nashua Bishop New Hampshire A rare blue-chipper out of New Hampshire, Spinney was a First Team All-Stater as a junior. Very quick off the ball and an effective run blocker in high school. He needs to get stronger (245 bench). Projects at guard in college. Grandfather played for Boston College. 1-Telegraph-AS OFFERS: NW,RUT,DUKE,TEMP,DEL,NHAMP

165 Brandon Brooks OL 6'4 300 4.98 Milwaukee Riverside Wisconsin Wisconsin Brooks was an "uber-sleeper" before he committed to Wisconsin in July. Plays for an inner-city school and emerged after running a superb 4.98 forty and looking good in drills at a summer camp. Has the quickness to pull as a guard in college. OFFERS: WISC

166 Quinton Prince OL 6'3 298 Oklahoma City Heritage Hall Oklahoma Oklahoma State OFFERS: OKST,COLST,KAN,KANST,TT,TULSA

167 Terrael Williams OL 6'8 400 5.50 Dallas Skyline Texas Certainly one of the largest prospects in the nation, Williams is both tall and heavy. He is surprisingly athletic for such a huge lineman and has attracted heavy duty interest from some of the top programs in the Big Twelve. He will have to watch his weight. Reportedly has some quality early offers. 85-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006) OFFERS: KANST,OK

168 Wilson Norris OL/DL 6'5 320 5.20 Pickens South Carolina Clemson Norris is a physical lineman with good technique. Strong, powerful (340 bench, 585 squat) and very aggressive. Especially effective as a run blocker, as a junior he had 50 pancakes and graded out at 85%. Norris committed to Clemson in January. 11-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006) OFFERS: CLEM

169 Quinn Barham OL 6'4 272 5.10 Durham Hillside North Carolina Penn State Barham is a smart and aggressive lineman who uses leverage very well. He was named Second Team All-Area as a junior. A bit under the radar in terms of early offers when he committed to Penn State in August. OFFERS: ECAR,DUKE,PSU

170 Savai'i Eselu OL/DL 6'3 245 5.02 Honolulu Moanalua Hawaii Eselu is one of the top prospects in Hawaii. He's an undersized OL prospect, but he has the frame to get much bigger and runs exceptionally well (5.02, 4.65 shuttle at one combine). Needs to get stronger (14 bench reps). Great wingspan with very long arms. Athletic enough to start at TE after starting out his prep career as a QB. Also a fine student and a talented musician (how many prospects have played at Carnegie Hall?). Could also project on the DL. OFFERS: UNLV,AZ,CAL,STAN,UTAH,SDST

171 Kyle Dooley OL 6'2 310 5.34 Papillion-LaVista Nebraska An Omaha World-Herald First Team All-State selection as a junior, Dooley is definitely one of the top 8 prospects in Nebraska. Most schools like this aggressive, agile and tough lineman as a center. He's quick off the ball, has decent strength (310 bench, 460 squat) and plays through the whistle. As a junior he had 106 pancakes and graded out at over 80%. He has some nice early offers. Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006); 1-Omaha World-Herald-AS; 2-Lincoln Journal Star-AS (OL); HM-Lincoln Journal Star-A-AS; 1-Omaha World-Herald-A-AS; 1-Omaha World-Herald-Metro OFFERS: COLST,AZST,TCU,IAST

172 Desmond Stapleton OL 6'5 313 5.78 Union New Jersey Rutgers Desmond's brother, Darnell, is a lineman at Rutgers. Desmond is already bigger than Darnell and with his great size and fine mobility he should emerge as one of the better OL prospects in the state. Virginia does a great job of identifying Jersey prospects early and was the first school to offer Stapleton. He committed to Rutgers in July. 3-NJHS-PS-AS (OL); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: UVA,RUT

173 Chance Raines OL/DL 6'2 270 5.33 Jacksonville Bolles Florida A Second Team Florida Times Union All-First Coast selection as a junior, Bolles is one of the top center prospects in the South. He has nice strength (330 bench, 23 bench reps) with good quickness (4.87 shuttle) and technique. Tremendous work ethic. He plays for a program that has produced quite a bit of talent over the years (he has been on two state title teams). 2-Florida Times-Union-First Coast OFFERS: GT

174 Mike Dykes OL/TE 6'4 265 5.00 Pittsburgh Woodland Hills Pennsylvania North Carolina Dykes has been a member of the varsity at powerful Woodland Hills since his freshman year. He has grown from 6-2, 210 to 6-4, 265, gotten stronger (325 bench, 450 squat) and is now one of the better OG prospects in the state. A three-sport athlete who also plays basketball and baseball. First Team All-Conference as a junior. A versatile performer who will go both ways as a senior. Once he focuses on football and gets bigger he could really be special. 3.5 GPA. He committed to North Carolina in July. Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: MIA(OH),AKRON,DUKE,KY,NCAR,TEMP

175 Trey Davis OL/DL 6'2 287 5.40 Farmington Minnesota Minnesota Davis is one of the top prospects in Minnesota. He's a bit on the short side for an OL, but he is very athletic, has the quickness to pull effectively, blocks well in open space and is a tough and tenacious drive blocker. As a junior, he was named Fikrst Team AP All-State. Just a heck of a prep lineman, he could play either center or guard in college. Also throws the weights in track. He committed to Minnesota in April. 4-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 2-St. Paul Pioneer Press-AS (OL); 1-Missota (G/DT) OFFERS: MIN

176 Shawn Daniels OL 6'4 270 5.20 Denver Mullen Colorado Colorado Shanw plays for one of the top programs in the state. He also has good bloodlines, with brother Brian a lineman at Colorado. He's very aggressive, quick and tough. He committed to Colorado in June. OFFERS: WYO,BOISEST

177 Grant Garner OL 6'3 267 4.90 North Mesquite Texas Iowa State Garner is a versatile lienman who projects as a center in college after earning All-District honors as a junior. He committed to Iowa State in August. OFFERS: MSST,SMU,OKST,TULANE,WISC,IAST,VANDY,TULSA,COLST,PUR

178 Charles Wood OL 6'4 275 5.30 Gainesville Georgia One of the better linemen in Georgia. Received an offer from Georgia after impressing at their summer camp. Has good lateral mobility for his size and is an effective pass protector. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: ECAR,MARSH,GA

179 Anthony Grosso OL/DL 6'6 275 5.12 Matawan New Jersey Grosso is your prototypical New Jersey OT prospect, possessing great size, good feet (4.89 shuttle) and strength (315 bench, 485 squat). Great work ethic. Also an outstanding student. OFFERS: DUKE,VANDY,CIN,MICHST

180 Nicholas Pozderac OL/DL 6'5 285 5.20 Carrollton Newman Smith Texas Pozderac has good bloodlines as his father was a lineman at Notre Dame. Like his dad, he has a nice frame and long arms, enabling him to excel in pass blocking. He is also very quick off the ball. He needs to get stronger (285 bench, 480 squat). He will be a three-year starter. Also throws the discus and shot put in track. 27-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 39-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS: HOU

181 Matt Stone OL 6'4 330 Ruston Louisiana Stone's name is appropriate, as he's solid as stone manning his center position. He really emerged as a high-level prospect during the spring evaluation period. Needs to work a bit on his footwork. Also a bit raw as his junior season was his first year on offense. Very strong and powerful. As a junior, he finished second in the shotput with a throw of 55 feet in the state Class 5A finals. Needs to watch his grades. 67-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005) OFFERS: MSST

182 Chris Sales OL 6'4 325 Niceville Florida Unheralded Florida lineman who has not received the recognition he deserves. Great size and pretty athletic for a big man. 60-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006);

183 Kreg Hunter OL/DL 6'4 300 5.20 Lebanon Indiana Hunter was a two-way standout at OG and DT as a junior, recording 49 pancake blocks, 30 solo tackles, 19 assists, 4 TFL and 5 sacks. A real leader on the field, he has a nice combinatioln of size and speed. One of the better offensive linemen in the midwest. SM-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS; 1-IFCA-4A-Junior-AS

184 Chris Givens OL 6'4 330 5.20 Long Beach Jordan California Givens is a huge and powerful OL prospect who could emerge as one of the top OL prospects in the state with strong combine and camp showings. The Sporting News listed him as among the nation's top 100 sophomores last year, but he isn't yet so highly regarded in college circles as he had no offers as of March. He is, however, hearing from schools from across the nation. Possessing the quickness to pull and size and strength to effecively maul defenders, he is one to keep an eye out for.

185 Sam Webb OL 6'5 300 5.25 Louisville Male Kentucky Webb is one of the top prospects in Louisvile and earned Louisville Courier-Journal Honorable Mention All-State honors as a junior. Part of a deep class of junior OLs, he helped anchor a Male offense that averaged almost 45 points per game. A two-way starter as a junior after starting at DT as a sophomore, he has fine feet and blocks well in open space. A very effective pass blocker and has excellent lateral mobility. HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS; 1-Region 2-District 4

186 Colten Freeze OL 6'6 270 5.10 Liberty Missouri Kansas State Freeze has a great frame and very good athletic ability for his size. Possessing exceptional agility, fluid hips, and long arms, he is especially effective as a pass blocker. Needs to get stronger. Committed to Kansas State in March. OFFERS: KANST

187 Brandon Self OL 6'4 275 Shawnee Oklahoma Self is one of the top OL prospects in the midlands. A very good run blocker, he has good agility and quickness off the ball. He needs to get stronger, but with added time in the weight room could emerge as a force in college. Projects as a guard in college. Top 20-OK-JRs (SoonerScoop.com-January 31, 2006)

188 Devon Waller OL 6'3 330 5.00 Atlanta Douglass Georgia Waller is strong (360 bench, 450 squat) and powerful guard prospect who moves very well for a big guy. As a junior, he did not allow a sack and graded out at 90%. He moved to Atlanta from West Virginia before his junior year. High ceiling.

189 Jared Cooper OL 6'4 285 5.29 East Brewton Neal Alabama Cooper was a First Team Class 3A All-State selection as a junior and also played in the Alabama North-South All-Star Game. A sophomore all-american selection, he has pretty good quickness (4.83 shuttle as a soph) but needs to get stronger (13 bench reps as a soph). Cooper is very athletic and if he can get stroinger could emerge as one of Alabama's top prospects. 1-ASWA-3A-AS; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (OL); Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: DUKE,TROY,SMS,MEMPHIS,UAB,ARMY,HOU,LOU,MARSH

190 Chad Snodgrass OL 6'5 305 Nitro West Virginia West Virginia Snodgrass is one of the top five prospects in West Virginia. He's a nice-sized OL prospect with pretty good feet and exceptional strength (OSU Nike best of 41 bench reps). He was offered very early by Marshall. He committed to West Viginia in June. 1-AP-AAA-AS (OL) OFFERS: MARSH,EKY,WVU

191 Stephen St. Jean OL 6'7 285 5.50 Irmo Dutch Fork South Carolina Maryland OFFERS: MARSH,WAKE,MD

192 Steven Ayers OL/DL 6'4 280 5.35 Bellingham Sehome Washington It's a down year for talent in Washington, but Ayers ranks as among the better overall prospects and top linemen in the state. Also stars in track, throwiung the discus 180-5 and shot put 56-2. Nice strength and decent mobility. 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006) OFFERS: BOISE ST,EWASH,UNLV,OREST

193 Tyler Bowen OL 6'7 310 McRae Telfair County Georgia Maryland Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: MD,DUKE

194 Kevin Freitag OL 6'3 286 5.59 Seattle Kennedy Washington Washington State 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006); 2-Washington Preps-3A-AS; 1-Seamount King (DT); 2-Seamount King (OT) OFFERS: WASHST

195 Jeremiah Wright OL/DL 6'3 262 4.94 Fort Valley Peach County Georgia Wright is an athletic but slightly undersized two-way lineman. He projects at guard in college. He has tested very well at combines, showing off exceptional quickness, leaping ability (30-inch vertical) and explosiveness. Benhes 305 but need to improve his lower body strength (360 squat). Has the quickness to pull and trap and the frame to get much bigger. Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: ILL,IN,AZST,TROY,MS

196 Matt Simmons OL/DL 6'4 315 5.45 Racine Park Wisconsin Simmons paves the way for stud RB John Clay, and he is also receiving heavy duty D-I interest. A First Team All-Stater as a junior, he has great size and athleticism (plays basketball and throws the shot in track) but needs to play more physically, aggressively and lower. Very raw with a world of potential. One of the better prospects in Wisconsin. 6-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-WFCA-AS (OL); 2-AP-AS (OL); 2-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-Area; 1-Journal Times-Racine County

197 Quentin Saulsberry OL/DL 6'2 270 5.15 Independence Mississippi Mississippi State A two-way standout since his freshman season, Saulsberry projects at guard in college due to his pulling ability and strength. He has a nice combination of power (325 bench, 525 squat) and quickness (5.03 shuttle). He recorded 40 tackles as a sophomore. Saulsberry needs to watch his academics. Offered early by the in-state schools. He committed to Mississippi State in July. Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch OFFERS: MS,MSST

198 Dakota Merritt OL 6'5 290 5.00 Pensacola West Florida Tech Florida Mississippi State OFFERS: CENFLA,MSST,NCST

199 John Fieger OL 6'6 276 5.46 Upper Perkiomen Pennsylvania Pittsburgh 33-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS: AKRON,PITT

200 Joseph Gilbert OL 6'4 280 5.20 Cartersville Georgia Georgia Tech Gilbert has a nice frame and good strength (335 bench, 440 squat). He uses leverage well, probably a function of his wrestling skills, a sport in which he won the state Class AAA heavyweight title as a junior. 3.7 GPA. Gilbert committed to Georgia Tech in April. OFFERS: GT

201 Greg Gaskins OL 6'3 280 5.00 York William Penn Pennsylvania Pittsburgh OFFERS: MASS,MD,PITT

202 Cameron Holland OL/DL 6'3 268 5.09 Pittsburgh Perry Pennsylvania North Carolina 40-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAA-Area; Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: KY,PITT

203 Jeremiah Hatch OL/DL 6'3 280 Dallas Carter Texas Carter has always pumped out the talent, and Hatch is one of the school's top Class of 2007 prospects. As a junior first year starter at center, he earned First Team All-District honors. Talented enough to see some varsity time for Carter as a sophomore, which is not an easy thing to do. One of the top centers in the southwest. OFFERS: AZ,COLST,ARK,TCU

204 Michael Antonescu OL 6'3 276 5.43 Ridgeland Mississippi A First Team Jackson Clarion-Ledger All-Metro selection as a junior, Antonescu registered 102 pancakes and did not allow a sack. He has a nice frame, is agile and plays nasty. Quick enough to trap and pull. An aggressive player who likes to hit. One of the better OL prospects in Mississippi. 1-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-Metro; Jackson Clarion-Ledger Pre-season 38 Juniors to Watch

205 Durel Jamison OL 6'5 320 Chicago Lane Tech Illinois Jamison is one of the top prospects in the Chicago Public League. He has great size and strength and should be one of the top linemen in the state. He's still a bit raw. PS Chicago Tribune Top 100 IL

206 Tony Hernandez OL 6'2 314 5.44 San Fernando California Hernandez is a compact and powerful offensive lineman who possesses pretty good strenth (27 bench reps) and quickness (4.83 shuttle). Has been a strter since his freshman year. One of the better prospects in the Valley. 7-Los Angeles Daily News-PS-OL; 10-OL-City Section (LA Times-August 2005)

207 Korentheus Bailey OL/DL 6'4 272 5.50 Gainesville East Hall Georgia Mississippi State OFFERS: MSST

208 Hunter Hightower OL 6'5 262 Richardson Pearce Texas Baylor OFFERS: BAY

209 Mike Williams OL 6'3 270 Tampa Jefferson Florida Williams was a first-year starter on the offensive line as a junior playing for always talented Jefferson (bleu-chip lineman Daron Rose was also on the OL). Projects as a guard in college. Some BCS schools offered him in the spring. OFFERS: IAST,IN,SDST

210 Marcel Jones OL 6'8 320 Phoenix Trevor Browne Arizona 11 AZ (Summer 2005) OFFERS: OREST,AZST

211 Jonathan Rush OL 6'4 268 5.20 Killeen Texas Oklahoma State Was a First Team District 16-4A performer as a junior. Needs to get bigger and stronger but runs and pass blocks equally well and is pretty athletic. Rush committed to Oklahoma State in May. 71-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 1-District 16-4A (OT) OFFERS: OKST,HOU,AZ,SMU

212 Jordan Gibbs OL 6'7 280 Millersville Penn Manor Pennsylvania Pittsburgh OFFERS: PITT,ILL,UVA

213 Wade Grayson OL/DL 6'4 255 5.16 Harrison Arkansas Arkansas 1-AAAA West (OG/DT) OFFERS: ARK

214 Kelechi Osemele OL 6'5 280 Houston Langham Creek Texas Sleeper prospect who emerged during May evaluation as one of the better linemen in Houston. Hard-nosed kid who benches 315 pounds but needs to improve his lower body strength (370 squat). 315 pounds Squat max: 370 pounds OFFERS: TCU,IAST,AIR FORCE,ARK,HOU,MO

215 Nolan Hankins OL 6'5 345 5.70 Springdale Shiloh Christian Arkansas Hankins is part of a deep and talented group of Arkansas offensive line prospects. He has tremendous size and thickness, pretty good strength (300 bench, 25 bench reps, 425 squat) and surprising agility for a big man (4.7 shuttle). Quicki off the ball and with the long arms needed to effectively pass block. 42-foot shot putter. 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: 5 June Os: MD,TULSA,ARKST

216 Derek Gotham OL 6'5 270 South Haven Michigan x HM-South Lyon Area OFFERS: EMU,CMU,PUR

217 Zach Kiernan OL/DL 6'6 245 Newport Central Catholic Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); Cincinnati.Com Top 5 Kentucky underclassmen to watch OFFERS: LOU,KY,CIN

218 George Halamandaris OL 6'7 295 5.25 Moorpark California Stanford Good bloodlines as his dad (Colorado) and gtrandfather both played college ball. Nice frame and pretty good feet. Needs to get stronger. A bit of a sleeper. Was one of only two sophomores to play varsity on his team. Great student. He committed to Stanford in May. OFFERS: STAN

219 Scott Wedige OL/DL 6'5 275 5.10 Elkhorn Wisconsin Northern Illinois 28-WISC-JRs ( – Winter 2006); 1-Southern Lakes (OL & DL) OFFERS: WMU,ILST,NILL,WYO

220 Johnny Borkins OL 6'4 264 4.92 Fayettevile Arkansas Borkins is yet another talented OL prospect out of Arkansas. He transferred to Fayetteville from Pine Bluff after his sophomore year. He has a nice frame that could really bulk up. He didn't start lifting until arriving at Fayetteville. He has quick feet and pretty good technique. As a junior, he had over 25 pancakes. 12-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) OFFERS: MS,MSST,A&M,DUKE

221 Michael Marcisz OL 6'5 290 5.30 Livermore Granada California Arizona State OFFERS: FRESST,AZST

222 Scott Shugert OL 6'5 310 5.50 Oregon City Oregon Washington OFFERS: WASH

223 Michael Hay OL 6'6 295 5.20 Flushing Holy Cross New York It's a good year for talent on Long Island, and Hay is second only to John Elliott among the line prospects. He has great size, strength (375 bench) and the quickness to also star at DT in high school. He plays a very physical game. On offense, he didn't give up a sack all year. For a big man, he looks relatively lean and can still add weight. Also an excellent student.

224 James Shepherd OL 6'6 314 5.20 Hopskinsville Christian County Kentucky Shepherd is a sleeper tackle prospect who emerged from relative obscurity during the spring evaluation period. He has a great frame and good technique. Purdue, which does a nice job of identifying sleepers throughout the nation, was the first school to offer. OFFERS: PUR

225 Meapelo Faasee OL/DL 6'3 290 Carson California A tough and athletic two-way lineman, Faasee could emerge as one of the better line prospects in the Los Angeles area with strong combine and camp showings. Selected by the Sporting News as one of the top 100 sophomores in the nation, he hasn't yet shown that sort of potential.

226 Dan Barry OL 6'4 282 5.60 Mentor Lake Catholic Ohio 2-Northeast Lakes District-III (OL); 1-Lake Geauga (OL)

227 Kyle Hill OL 6'6 255 Orlando Boone Florida Duke OFFERS: DUKE,CIN,ECAR,NW

228 Kealakai Maiava OL 6'1 280 5.10 Wailuku Baldwin Hawaii Maiava is the younger brother of USC LB Kaluka Maiava. An Honorable Menton All-Stater and First Team All-Maui selection as a junior, he plays all over the OL but projects as a center in college. A very physical and aggressive lineman, he had about 180 knockdowns as a junior. He has excellent feet and run and pass blocks equally well. Looked solid at the USC summer camp.

229 Thomas Weaver OL 6'2 290 4.80 Irvington New Jersey Weaver is a bit on the short side, but can really play the game. That's because he's fast, quick, powerful and aggressive, with a motor that's always on go. A two-way starter at DT and OT as a junior, he registered 48 tackles, 9 TFL and 5 sacks. Also a talented wrestler and shot putter. One of the better OL prospects in the state. OFFERS: NMST,KANST

230 Aaron Allen OL 6'8 303 5.40 Hugoton Kansas Allen is a huge OT prospect who moves pretty well for a big man. A three-sport athlete, he also plays basketball and participates in track. Has a great frame that needs to get stronger (280 bench, 390 squat as a sophomore). Excels in pass protection. One of the top 10 prospects in the state. OFFERS: KANST

231 Joe Thompson OL 6'5 305 Brentwood Ravenwood Tennessee Thompson is oneof the better OL prospcts in Tennessee. He has nice size, decent feet and leads a very talented line. He has been a starter for a strong Class 5A program since his sophomore season. 1-PS-Murphy Fair-5A-AS

232 Danny Baker OL 6'6 285 5.10 Fort Bend Elkins Texas Texas A&M Baker was a First Team Class 5A All-District pick as a center, but with his size he probably projects as a tackle in colege. He has started since his sophomore season. He's an aggressive big man and a very good technician. He also has pretty good feet. Plays through the whistle. He has some nice early offers. He committed to Texas A&M in June. 1-District 20-5A (C) OFFERS: HOU,MO,STAN,A&M

233 Stephen White OL/DL 6'3 290 5.00 Beaufort South Carolina White is one of a deep group of offensive line prospects in South Carolina. A two-way starter, he registered 62 tackles, 18 TFL and 4 sacks in earning First Team Beaufort Gazette All-Area honors as a junior. I like him best at OG in college, and he has the speed, quickness, strength and tough demeanor to excel. 3.3 GPA 12-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); 1-Beaufort Gazette-Area (DL); South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: MSST,VANDY,ECAR

234 Alex Washington OL 6'5 315 Monroe Carroll Louisiana Washington is considered to be one of the beter OLs in Louisiana. A versatile an strong lineman who could play any position on the OL. I like him best as a guard prospect. 95-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005) OFFERS: MS

235 Ryan Orton OL 6'4 265 4.98 Eden Prairie Minnesota Minnesota 24-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-Lake OFFERS: MIN

236 Bearthur Johnson OL 6'7 350 5.40 Hoboken New Jersey Maryland OFFERS: MD

237 Ryan Wynn OL 6'5 240 4.80 Plymouth Maple Grove Minnesota Minnesota Wynn is an athletic and agile offensive lineman who also plays basketball and participates in track. He was named First Team All-Conference as a junior, his first year playing at Maple Grove. He played at Osseo as a freshman and sophomore. He has excellent lateral mobility, making him especially effective at trapping and pulling. A hard worker and dedicated weight lifter. He committed in March to Minnesota. 37-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-Northwest Suburban OFFERS: MIN

238 Chris Gray OL 6'5 255 Landrum South Carolina North Carolina OFFERS: NCAR

239 Jaron Odom OL 6'6 343 5.60 Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson Florida ; 2-Miami Herald-Broward-6A-4A (OL); HM-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large OFFERS: MEMPHIS,LA-LAF,BC

240 Kyle Plouhar OL 6'6 290 5.00 Mandeville Fountainebleau Louisiana 33-LA (Winter 2006); ; 49-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 3-Valley League (4A-ORE)

241 Lamar Young OL 6'4 305 5.30 Jonesboro Mundy's Mill Georgia Maryland OFFERS: CENFLA,AIR FORCE,ECAR,MD

242 D.J. Looney OL 6'1 292 5.49 Oak Mountain Alabama Mississippi State Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game OFFERS: MSST

243 Shaquan Hicks OL 6'3 324 Sandersville Washington County Georgia Top 75 GA (Winter 2006) OFFERS: BALLST

244 Mike Ryan OL 6'5 290 5.25 Tamaqua Marion Catholic Pennsylvania Connecticut OFFERS: UCONN

245 Justin Whaley OL/DL 6'4 265 5.10 Wilson Hunt North Carolina North Carolina State OFFERS: NCST

246 Chris Bunders OL 6'3 306 5.00 Osseo Minnesota Minnesota 30-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006); 1-Northwest Suburban OFFERS: MIN

247 Michael Iltis OL 6'3 288 5.19 Sarasota Riverview Florida OFFERS: COL,MO,SFLA

248 Keith Otis OL 6'3 330 5.90 Chicago Hubbard Illinois OFFERS: NMEX,MSST,JACKSONST,CMU,WMU,NILL

249 Dan Donker OL/DL 6'3 295 5.30 Vorhees Eastern New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006); 1-NJHS-PS-AS (OL); PS Top 121 NJ JRs

250 Shaman Sunderland OL 6'4 316 6.00 Miami Killian Florida 68-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 4-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)

251 Curtis Newton OL 6'4 290 5.35 Columbus North Indiana 1-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (G); HM-AP-5A-AS; 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS

252 Jared McGaha OL 6'6 285 Powell Tennessee 1-PS-Murphy Fair-4A-AS OFFERS: CIN,MARSH,ILL,MIDTENST,AKRON

253 Phil Blake OL 6'3 290 5.16 Champlain Cegep Canada

254 J.T. Beasley OL/DL 6'3 265 4.95 Dyersburg Tennessee 1-PS-Murphy Fair-3A-AS OFFERS: MSST,MIDTENST

255 Ethan Thies OL 6'6 280 5.20 Sewell Washington Township New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006); PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: ARMY

256 Ishmaa'ily Kitchen OL/DL 6'1 316 5.20 Youngstown Cardinal Mooney Ohio 1-OPS-IV-AS; 1-AP-Division IV-AS; OFFERS: KENT ST

257 Cade Burks OL 6'4 290 5.20 Canton Texas OFFERS: BAY

258 Clayton Kirven OL 6'6 260 Buffalo Wyoming Wyoming OFFERS: WYO

259 Cory Pigg OL 6'4 307 5.98 Middletown Ohio Pigg is one of the better offensive line prospects in Ohio. He has pretty good agility (4.98 shuttle as a soph), very good strength and gets a nice jump off the ball. He looked pretty good at the 2005 Ohio State camp. Projects as a guard in college. Top 13 OLs-OH-JRS (December); 2-OL-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

260 Sean Enesi OL 5'11 287 5.37 Carson California

261 Omar Castillo OL 6'6 310 Roswell Goddard New Mexico OFFERS: NMEX,NMEXST

262 Terence Edge OL 6'2 260 4.75 Tri-Cities Georgia

263 Simpson Rushing OL Athens Texas UTEP OFFERS: HOU,SMU,UTEP

264 Derek Brown OL 6'4 300 5.30 Harrisburg Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: TOL,OHIO U.

265 Jarrett Ford OL 6'3 310 5.20 St. Louis Vashon Missouri

266 Martrel Winfrey OL 6'5 318 5.10 Thomson Georgia

267 Alvin Wright OL 6'9 274 5.53 Lynchburg Heritage Virginia

268 Mike Magee OL 6'4 303 5.50 Spokane Mead Washington 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-4A-AS (OL)

269 Marcus Copeland OL 6'5 260 4.80 Lynchburg E.C. Glass Virginia

270 Ben Davis OL 6'4 265 5.16 Piqua Ohio OFFERS: EMU

271 Wes Baldwin OL 6'5 280 South Aiken South Carolina 5-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); 1-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (OL)

272 Chris Caballero OL/DL 6'3 318 5.41 Riverside Notre Dame California

273 C.J. Matthews OL 6'5 342 5.56 Airport South Carolina 13-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 25 3A Players in 2005; 3-AS; South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005) OFFERS: KY

274 Zac Kasparek OL 6'6 285 5.62 New Brighton Pennsylvania 47-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006); Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting) OFFERS: AKRON

275 Anthony Hamm OL 6'6 359 5.87 Red Oak Texas 53-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006)

276 Gary Bardzak OL 6'3 282 5.10 Pottsville Area Pennsylvania Connecticut 35-PA (Keystone Recruiting May 22, 2006) OFFERS: UCONN

277 Aaron Schulte OL 6'6 320 5.43 Norfolk Catholic Nebraska Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006); 1-Omaha World-Herald-C1-AS; 1-Lincoln Journal Star-C1-AS

278 Shawn Sailor OL 6'7 307 5.41 Maple Heights Ohio

279 Kevin Koncelik OL/DL 6'4 280 5.32 Cleveland St. Ignatius Ohio Miami (Ohio) OFFERS: OHIO U.,CIN,MIA(OH),BG,BALLST

280 Devon Ayers OL 6'5 295 5.20 Neptune New Jersey Ayers is one of the better line prospects in New Jersey. He has pretty good strength (340 bench, 400 squat). Top 15 JRs-North Jersey (Winter 2006); 4-NJHS-PS-AS (OL)

281 Emilio Sulpizio OL 6'1 289 5.87 Spokane Mead Washington 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006)

282 Mitch Houck OL 6'6 297 5.06 Ottumwa Iowa

283 Cory Pfautz OL 6'5 300 5.20 Manheim Township Pennsylvania

284 Aaron Pouha OL 6'6 280 Cyprus Utah

285 Adam Ajoub OL/DL 6'3 315 5.42 Del Sol Nevada 5-NV-JRs (Winter 2006); 2-Southern Nevada (OL); 1-Sunrise Conference (OL); 2-Sunrise Conference (DL) OFFERS: UNLV,NEV

286 Josh Samuda OL 6'4 303 5.35 Hollywood Hills California 87-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); HM-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Large

287 Dustin Anglin OL 6'4 270 5.06 Lakeland Evangel Christian Florida ; 1-FSWA-1B-AS

288 Ted Carlson OL/DL 6'5 290 Rochester Irondequoit New York

289 Damion Church OL/DL 6'3 267 6.16 Norfolk Lake Taylor Virginia 14-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); Top 13-Prospects-Eastern Region Winter 2006; 1-Eastern District (OL); 1-Eastern Region (Coaches)

290 Corey Medina OLTE 6'4 277 5.12 Kennett Square Kennett Pennsylvania

291 Caleb Thomas OL 6'3 290 Decatur Alabama HM-ASWA-6A-AS; 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game

292 Henry Porter OL 6'2 300 5.32 Opelika Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game (OL)

293 Chris Andrews OL/DL 6'4 285 Syracuse Nottingham New York 1-NYSWA-A-AS (OL)

294 T.J. Hurless OL 6'4 299 5.68 Suwanee Collins Georgia Top 60-JRs-GA (Winter 2006); Top 75 GA (Winter 2006)

295 Hunter Bailey OL 6'2 305 Batesville South Panola Mississippi OFFERS: MSST

296 John Manu-Olevao OL 6'3 282 5.10 Kahuku Hawaii OFFERS: NMST

297 Chris Thompson OL/DL 6'3 270 Hitchcock Texas Houston 60-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 83-JRS-TEX (December 2005) OFFERS: HOU

298 Dhamiri Thomas OL 6'3 290 5.30 Galena Park Texas 2-District 19-4A (OL); Top 120 JuniorsTexas (Summer 2005) OFFERS: LA-LAF,TULANE

299 Chad Mullen OL 6'7 270 5.00 Scurry-Rosser Texas 4--Central Texas (OL); Top 120 Juniors Texas (Summer 2005)

300 Jordan Tausaga OL/DL 6'0 275 5.28 Anaheim Western California

301 Blake McCroskey OL/TE 6'5 250 Dayton Chaminade-Julienne Ohio

302 Louis Finner OL 6'3 295 5.38 Plano East Texas Utah 1-District 8-5A OFFERS: UT

303 T.J. Thomas OL 6'4 309 Summerville South Carolina 6-OL-SCAR (Winter 2006); Top 20 SC JRS (Winter 2006); GoUpstate.com Top 15 4A Players to Watch in 06 (DEC 05); 2-Charleston Post and Courier-Low Country; South Carolina Top 22 Juniors (Summer 2005)

304 Chaz Hine OL 6'4 300 Lithia Newsome Florida

305 Matt Bahr OL/DL 6'4 261 5.45 Mission Viejo California

306 Mike Madsen OL/DL 6'5 280 Youngstown Cardinal Mooney Ohio Miami (Ohio) OFFERS: MIA(OH),KENT ST

307 Luke Pinkelman OL 6'3 277 5.16 Cozad Nebraska Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006); 1-Omaha World-Herald-C1-AS; 1-Lincoln Journal Star-C1-AS

308 Josh Guthrie OL 6'5 320 Groveland South Lake Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County OFFERS: MSST,MIDTENST,FLA INT,BETHUNE-COOKMAN

309 Greg Martell OL/DL 6'5 260 5.15 Mansfield Massachusetts

310 Ra'shad McGill OL 6'2 292 5.32 Paulding Heidelberg Mississippi OFFERS: HOU,COL

311 Blake Emert OL 6'5 275 Garland Sachse Texas Texas Tech 2-District 11-5A OFFERS: TT

312 Edwin Alvarez OL/DL 6'7 260 Miami Central Florida Rutgers OFFERS: RUT

313 Sean Berry OL 6'7 310 5.20 Irvington New Jersey OFFERS: TOL,SFLA,SYR,NMST

314 Kody Cooke OL 6'4 298 5.20 Enid Oklahoma Texas Tech OFFERS: TULSA,TT,WYO

315 Marcus O'Hara OL/DL 6'5 300 5.60 Hubbard Ohio Top 13 OLs-OH-JRS (December); 1-OL-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

316 Sean Wegge OL 6'3 280 Libertyville Carmel Illinois 26-Chicago Area (Lemming-April 30, 2006)

317 Aaron Ringle OL/DL 6'3 240 4.99 Sand Springs Charles Page Oklahoma Houston OFFERS: HOU

318 Joe Faiella OL 6'5 285 Freehold Township New Jersey Maryland OFFERS: UCONN,MD

319 Tim Lelito OL 6'4 270 St. Clair Michigan x HM-AP-B-AS; HM-News-B-AS; 2-News-Metro; 1-News-East

320 Spencer Thompson OL 6'2 259 5.30 Plainview Texas TCU 1-AP-4A-AS (OL); 1-District 4-4A (T) OFFERS: UTEP,HOU,TCU

321 Maurice Holloway OL 6'6 323 5.30 Orlando Lake Highland Prep Florida OFFERS: DEL,NCST

322 Ben Burkett OL/DL 6'4 260 4.90 Toledo St. John's Ohio 1-Northwest District-I (OL) OFFERS: TOL,AKRON,MIA(OH),BALL ST

323 Lewis Field OL 6'5 285 5.83 Floyd Charles City Iowa

324 Jamaal Jeffries OL/DL 6'3 320 East St. Louis Illinois

325 Tyler Parish OL 6'5 285 Ardmore Oklahoma OFFERS: TULSA,RICE

326 Matt Hustad OL/DL 6'6 246 5.05 Helena Montana OFFERS: MON

327 Mike Switzer OL 6'4 280 Indianapolis Lawrence North Indiana 2-Bloomington Herald-Junior-AS (T) OFFERS: BALLST

328 Kyle Rodriguez OL 6'4 280 Rio Rancho New Mexico OFFERS: NMST

329 Stiles O'Brien OL 6'5 290 5.10 Ellwood City Pennsylvania

330 Jeff Olson OL/TE 6'5 240 4.90 McKinney North Texas TCU 1-District 9-4A (TE/FB-unanimous) OFFERS: TCU,TT,PUR

331 Callaway Ashby OL/DL 6'5 310 Lexington Central Davidson North Carolina Top 50-NC-JRs (Winter 2006)

332 Mike Flood OL 6'4 295 Westlake Ohio

333 Jake Gdowski OL/DL/TE 6'3 270 4.74 Grand Island Nebraska 2-Lincoln Journal Star-AS (DL)

334 Jonathan Needham OL 6'7 295 5.60 Melrose Massachusetts Duke Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005) OFFERS: DUKE

335 James Williams OL 6'6 290 Smyrna Tennessee Vanderbilt OFFERS: VANDY

336 Abraham Washington OL 6'4 310 Miami Jackson Florida 83-FLA-JRs (Winter 2006); 3-Miami Herald-Dade-6A-4A (OL); 6-22-PS-Dade County Top juniors (Miami Herald)

337 Michael Muniz OL 6'4 265 5.50 Albuquerque La Cueva New Mexico New Mexico OFFERS: NMEX

338 Cory Bailey OL 6'5 266 5.10 Northwest Rankin Mississippi OFFERS: SMS

339 Wayne Crawford OL 6'3 282 5.27 Philadelphia Chestnut Hill Academy Pennsylvania

340 Ryan Hisaw OL 6'4 294 5.51 Durant Oklahoma

341 Alex Hays OL/DL 6'4 255 Palisade Colorado Wyoming HM-Denver Post-3A-AS OFFERS: WYO

342 Robert Brown OL 6'8 305 5.20 Cincinnati Winton-Woods Ohio

343 James Miles OL 6'4 300 4.97 Blue Ridge South Carolina

344 Justin Cox OL 6'6 260 4.90 Campbellsville Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006)

345 Alex Tupulua OL 6'2 260 5.43 Waianae Hawaii OFFERS: WEBERST

346 Larry Bradley OL 6'6 253 5.10 Miami Palmetto Florida

347 Eli Maeufau OL/DL 6'3 342 5.76 Moreno Valley View California 2-CAL-Junior-AS (OL)

348 Billy Offutt OL 6'6 311 5.59 Winter Park Lake Howell Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Seminole County OFFERS: CFLA

349 Kevin Kowalski OL 6'3 263 5.10 Macedonia Nordonia Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-II (OL) OFFERS: TOL

350 Travis Hillen OL 6'5 250 4.70 Thornton Colorado OFFERS: WYO

351 Spencer Charette OL 6'4 290 5.10 Southington Connecticut

352 Lee Zamos OL 6'5 235 5.35 Chagrin Falls Kenston Ohio OFFERS: YOUNG ST,MIN

353 Ricky Maefua OL/DL 6'3 295 5.40 Moreno Valley View California

354 James Carpenter OL 6'5 302 5.02 Hephzibah Georgia

355 Matt Moorman OL 6'3 263 5.24 Kansas City Rockhurst Missouri

356 DeMontrel Wilson OL/DL 6'5 305 Rayville Louisiana

357 Anthony Parker OL/DL 6'5 280 North Miami Beach Florida OFFERS: WMU,FLA INTL,FLA AT

358 Jeff Spikes OL 6'7 315 5.00 Painesville Harvey Ohio

359 Kevin Davis OL/DL 6'4 285 5.00 Seattle O'Dea Washington 3-15 WA LM (Winter 2006); 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); 1-Metro League Mountain Division (T)

360 Paul Millay OL 6'4 285 5.19 Owensboro Catholic Kentucky KFCA Tremendous 26 seniors (May 2006); 2-AP-AS (OL); HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (OL); 2-Owensboro-Messenger-Inquirer-Area (OL) OFFERS: TROY

361 Justin Sawicki OL 6'4 305 5.70 Malden Catholic Massachusetts

362 Michael Sanchez OL 6'2 250 5.00 Mission Sharyland Texas Houston HM-5A-AS; 1-D30-5A OFFERS: HOU

363 Mark Pratt OL/DL 6'3 295 5.30 Tooele Utah 1-Salt Lake Tribune-3A-AS (OL); 2-Salt Lake Deseret MN-3A-AS (OL)

364 Dietrich Ringle OL 6'7 250 Har-Ber Springdale Arkansas Houston OFFERS: HOU

365 Alex Stover OL 6'3 260 5.00 Gretna Nebraska 1-Omaha World-Herald-B-AS; 1-Lincoln Journal Star-B-AS; 1-Omaha World-Herald-Suburban Area OFFERS: WYO,COLST,OHIO,SOUTHDAKST

366 A.J. Strum OL 6'3 280 Franklin Regional Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-Pittsburgh Tribune-Review-AAA-Area OFFERS: TEMP,OHIO U.

367 Jon Jack OL 6'4 309 5.62 Chicago Heights Marian Catholic Illinois WMU OFFERS: WMU

368 Jacob Kaiser OL 6'8 276 5.78 Greensburg Central Catholic Pennsylvania 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: YOUNG ST

369 Levi Salmans OL 6'8 290 5.70 Monarch Colorado 1-Denver Post-4A-AS (OL); 1-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS (OL); Denver Post Key Players (4A schools) OFFERS: WYO

370 Brandon Bullock OL 6'4 310 5.00 Galloway Township Absegami New Jersey Top 15 JRs-South Jersey (Winter 2006) OFFERS: RUT

371 Jake Blackburn OL 6'5 265 Cody Wyoming

372 William Hunter OL 6'4 306 Oak Harbor Washington HM-4A-AS (OL); 1-WesCo North

373 Adam Kiel OL/DL/TE 6'7 255 St. Louis St. Dominic Missouri Northern Illinois OFFERS: ILLST,NILL,IN

374 Mike Page OL/DL 6'5 290 Dayton Trotwood-Madison Ohio Top 5 DTs-OH-JRS (December) OFFERS: KENT ST

375 Matt Bentler OL/DL 6'5 280 Davenport Assumption Iowa Top 12 IA JRs (Winter 2006); 2-MAC Conference (DL); 3-MAC Conference (OL)

376 Kelly Turner OL 6'3 259 Dallas Highland Park Texas SMU OFFERS: SMU

377 Justin Freeman OL 6'4 270 Cuero Texas OFFERS: HOU

378 Jake Anderson OL 6'5 275 5.60 Erie McDowell Pennsylvania Top 20 JRs-Western PA (Winter 2006); 64-104-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006) OFFERS: AKRON,UCONN

379 Brennan Rushing OL 6'3 250 Tempe McClintock Arizona 3 AZ (Summer 2005)

380 Garrett Celek OL 6'5 230 Cincinnati LaSalle Ohio Cincinnati 2-Cincinnati Area Catholic League-South Division (OL) OFFERS: CIN

381 Eric Pease OL/DL 6'5 240 5.10 Haughton Louisiana 57-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)

382 Nathan McCage OL 6'4 250 Klein Collins Texas UTEP 2-District 14-5A (OL) OFFERS: UTEP

383 Dustin Laudermilch OL 6'4 290 Morgantown West Virginia Ohio U. OFFERS: OHIO U.

384 Jeff Meads OL 6'2 286 5.36 San Ramon California California OFFERS: SACST

385 Andrew Yuds OL 6'5 250 Wales Wisconsin Western Michigan OFFERS: WMU

386 Jeremiah Brown OL 6'4 385 5.90 Wilmington Concord Delaware

387 Spencer Hodges OL 6'6 285 5.10 Bradenton Manatee Florida OFFERS: AKRON

388 Jacob Riley OL 6'4 300 Arlington Bowie Texas OFFERS: NMEX

389 Will Briscoe OL 6'3 296 5.81 Tupelo Missisippi OFFERS: MEMPHIS

390 Ryan Bennett OL 6'5 265 5.20 Somerville Immaculata New Jersey PS Top 121 NJ JRs OFFERS: NORTHEASTERN,MASS,NEWHAMP

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