Class of 2009 WatchTim Curry QB 6'4 189 4.90 Elysian Fields Texas
Curry is a nice-sized QB who possesses a strong arm and fine athletic ability. He received an MVP award at the 2006 LSU summer camp and was also very impressive at the Arkansas State camp. He has a 31-inch vertical and runs the forty in under 5 seconds. He is enjoying a productive sophomore season and should emerge as one of the top QBs in the southwest in the near future.
Tracy Lampley RB 5'7 165 4.40 Wayne County Mississippi
A rare freshman starter for the Class 4A state champions, he rushed for 105 yards in the state title game. He has followed that up with an exceptional sophomore season and is considered by many to be the top sophomore RB in a talent-laden state. Lampley lacks great size, but is quick as a cat and can cut on a dime. Also an outstanding return man.
Keith Langtry WR/DB 6'0 170 4.55 Kansas City Rockhurst Missouri
Langtry is a smooth and talented WR/DB prospect out of one of the state of Missouri's premier programs. He is putting up fine numbers as a sophomore two-way starter. He's been especially effective as a sophomore playing in the slot, showing off nice quickness, good route-running ability and a fine pair of hands. In five games as a sophomore he has had 10 receptions for 206 yards. Is emerging as one of the top prospects in Missouri's Class of 2008.
Danny Kistler OL 6'6 310 Seattle O'Dea Washington
Kistler is part of a very strong underclass contingent at O'Dea, a program that has produced more than it's fair share of D-1 prospects over the years (the most recent being USC freshman Taylor Mays). He has tremendous size for a sophomore coupled with surprisingly quick feet and very good strength. Needs to work on his techniue, but that should come in time. Definitely one to watch in the next couple of years.
Dan Arnes DL 6'5 282 Stratford Wisconsin
Arnes is a rare sophomore starter for a team that has won three consecutive Division 6 state championships. This small school star is big and has a big-time future. He possesses a great frame and is surprisingly agile and athletic for a big guy. Also has pretty good strength, something he shows off by throwing the discus and shot put in track.
Aaron Slusher LB 5'11 200 South Charleston West Virginia
A talented and active linebacker who was named the Charleston Daily Mail Freshman of Year in 2005. A tackle-machine who has great football instincts and can go from sideline-to-sideline. Also plays fullback. One of West Virginia's best.
Carlton Callender DB 6'2 185 Miami Southridge Florida
Callender was good enough as a freshman to play varsity ball for one of Dade County's top programs (He was the only freshman to do so). He is following that up with an exceptional sophomore season, showing off his fine range, size and hitting ability as a future big-time safety prospect. Has a chance to be one of the nations elite recruits in a couple of years.