Class of 2009 WatchJordan Webb QB 6'0 175 Union Missouri
Webb was among the most productive and efficient QBs in the nation as a mere sophomore. He led the St. Louis area in passing, completing 183 of 280 passes for 3159 yards, an amazing 47 TDs and just 5 INTs! He was named Second Team Class 4A All-State by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. He is very efficient throwing the ball and knows how to spread it around.
Jacob Morris WR/QB 6'2 175 4.50 Flower Mound Texas
Morris is a versatile and athletic prep QB who could play either QB, WR or DB at the next level. He's also a star on the track. As a sophomore, he earned District 6-5A offensive newcomer of the year honors after completing 76 of 148 passes ( 51.4%) for 1,192 yards, 8 TDs and 5 INTs.
A.J. Barker WR/DB St. Paul Academy/Mounds Park Academy Minnesota
Barker has put up amazing numbers his first two years as a prep receiver, earning Second Team All-State honors (all classes) as a sophomore after earning honorable mention honors following his freshman campaign. As a sophomore, he had 59 catches for 1,172 yards (19.9 yards per catch) and 8 TDs. As a freshman, he had 72 receptions for 1,180 yards and 12 TDs.
Luke Kenzik TE/DL 6'4 200 Lopez Florida
Kenzik is an athletic TE/DE who possesses a great frame and nice feet. He also stars in basketball. Considered to be one of the top young prospects in the Daytona Beach area.
Joel Gray OL 6'6 280 Lewisville Hebron Texas
Gray is one of the top young linemen in the Lone Star State. He has a great frame, nice wing span and quick feet. Looked good while camping at Texas, A&M and Oklahoma after his freshman year. Was a rare First Team District 6-5A performer as a sophomore.
Zak Martin OL/DL 6'4 245 Indianapolis Bishop Chatard Indiana
Martin was a two-way star as a sophomore, standing out on the OL while registering 73 total tackles and five tackles for loss at defensive tackle. For his efforts, he was a rare sophomore who was named to the Bloomington Herald-Times Junior All-State First Team.
Cole Pensick OL/DL 6'1 240 Lincoln Northeast Nebraska
One of the top sophomores in Nebraska, Pensick earned Omaha World-Herald Second Team All-Nebraska honors in 2006 as an OT. He started as a freshman and if he gets a bit taller has the potential to develop into a blue-chip prospect. He has very quick feet and is very explosive off the ball, showing fine toughness and power for such a young prospect.
Raynell Brown DL/TE/OL 6'4 240 Detroit Frederick Douglass Michigan
Brown is a talented two-way lineman for Douglass. He was a freshman starter and registered an impressive 29 tackles, 19 assists and 5 sacks. He followed that up with a fine sophomore campaign, earning Second Team All-Detroit honors from the Detroit Free Press. He has a nice frame and is runs well enough to also play some TE. One of the best young prospects in the Detroit PSL.