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Top Recruiting Classes for 2009 and Top 100 Players

2009 Top Recruiting Classes and Top 100 Players

It is still relatively early in the recruiting process for the Class of 2009, but several schools are already beginning to fill up their recruiting classes with commitments from some of the nation's top prospects.
Rivals.com national recruiting editor Jeremy Crabtree takes a look at how the top 25 currently stands and gives us his take on those teams' efforts.
This first sampling of the team rankings is based strictly on rated high school players - neither junior college nor prep school prospects have been ranked at this time.

Team rankings top 25
1. Ohio State
2009 total commits: 23
Headliner: Dorian Bell
2008 class rank: 4 The Buckeyes have assembled the nation's best class with one five-star commitment and 16 four-star pledges. They also have a whopping 23 commitments, the most in the nation. But the class isn't just about quantity. It's about quality. Five-star linebacker Dorian Bell is a major catch, as are Jamie Wood, Justin Green and C.J. Barnett.
2. USC
2009 total commits: 14
Headliner: Matt Barkley
2008 class rank: 8 The Trojans are in a familiar spot – near the top of the recruiting rankings. The class is headlined by the nation's No. 1 player, quarterback Matt Barkley, but he's not the only future star. Five-star prospect Vontaze Burfict is a headhunter at linebacker, two-way star Randall Carroll is one of the nation's fastest players and some insiders believe five-star athlete Patrick Hall is the best prospect in the class – including Barkley. USC also has reloaded at receiver.
3. Texas
2009 total commits: 19
Headliner: Garrett Gilbert
2008 class rank: 14 The Longhorns are always near the top of the rankings at the start and at the finish, so it's no surprise to see them at No. 3 now. The class features one five-star player, 11 four-star prospects and seven three-star guys. Five-star quarterback Garrett Gilbert is back from an injury that has kept him on the shelf for a while, and he should have a big senior season. End Alex Okafor is one of the best defensive players in the nation. Texas has gone heavy on defense early and has landed some quality players, especially at tackle with Calvin Howell and Derek Johnson.
4. Michigan
2009 total commits: 12
Headliner: William Campbell
2008 class rank: 10 Who said Rich Rodriguez was going to struggle recruiting top players to Ann Arbor? After seeing what he was able to do down the stretch - and then to start off this way - there should be no doubt that he's going to be a successful recruiter in the Big Ten. Michigan's class is only 12 deep at this point, but it has top-shelf recruits. Five-star defensive tackle William Campbell has been as impressive as anybody in the nation this offseason. The Wolverines have added play-making receivers for the future with Bryce McNeal and Dewayne Peace. Running back looks to be solid for the future, too, with Jeremy Gallon and Fitzgerald Toussaint on board.
5. LSU
2009 total commits: 13
Headliner: Russell Shepard
2008 class rank: 11 The Tigers always are a factor when it comes to national recruiting rankings, so it's no shocker to see LSU at No. 5. The 13 players include one of the best players to come out of Houston since Vince Young in quarterback Russell Shepard. The Tigers also have done a lot of damage in Texas with the additions of four-star athlete Dexter Pratt and four-star defensive end Michael Brockers. They've also cleaned up in their backyard with big pledges from cornerback Janzen Jackson, offensive lineman Chris Faulk and running back Michael Ford. What's also impressive is that LSU continues to go into rival SEC schools' territories and do damage.
6. Florida State
2009 total commits: 12
Headliner: Jacobbi McDaniel
2008 class rank: 9 The Seminoles are off to a solid start. Five-star defensive tackle Jacobbi McDaniel is one of the most dominating players in the nation, and offensive standouts such as four-star prospects Willie Downs, Chris Thompson and Willie Haulstead give this class plenty of punch. FSU also has a pledge from arguably the nation's top kicker in Dustin Hopkins. FSU fans have to be pleased with the way things have started.
7. Georgia
2009 total commits: 11
Headliner: Aaron Murray
2008 class rank: 7 Georgia again has done a great job landing many of the top players in its backyard, such as four-star offensive lineman Chris Burnette, four-star running back Washaun Ealey and four-star defensive tackle Abry Jones. But what makes this class even more special is Georgia's ability to go out and pull in highly touted quarterback Aaron Murray out of Florida. Georgia also landed a potential star in four-star offensive lineman Austin Long out of Memphis.
8. Clemson
2009 total commits: 10
Headliner: Craig Loston
2008 class rank: 12 The Tigers continue to do wonders on the recruiting front, and not just in their home state. What also gives this class a nice early boost is the commitment from the nation's No. 1 safety prospect, Craig Loston, from Houston. In-state, Clemson has scored four-star pledges from Malliciah Goodman, DeVonte Holloman and J.K. Jay. There's still plenty of work to do - there are just 10 commitments - but it's a good start.
9. Oklahoma
2009 total commits: 14
Headliner: Ronnell Lewis
2008 class rank: 6 While this group might not contain the typical star power we've seen in years past for the Sooners, this group still is solid enough to rank in the top 10. The Sooners have 14 commitments, headlined by eight-man star Ronnell Lewis, Las Vegas defensive end Justin Chaisson and cover man Steve Williams. Insiders also are excited about the linebacker class of Lewis, Tom Wort, Jaydan Bird, Gus Jones and Brandon Mahoney.
10. Michigan State
2009 total commits: 9
Headliner: Edwin Baker
2008 class rank: 47 For all the headlines that have been grabbed in Columbus and Ann Arbor, Mark Dantonio and the Spartans have been overlooked a bit. Michigan State has tapped into the in-state talent in one of the deepest years in Michigan in recent memory. Running back Edwin Baker and linebacker Chris Norman are outstanding players. But when you see other talented guys such as Andrew Maxwell, Blake Treadwell, Larry Caper and Donald Spencer aboard, you know things are going well. Michigan State also will do well in Ohio this season, as evidenced by the addition of fast-rising receiver Patrick White.
11. Rutgers
2009 total commits: 18
Headliner: Tom Savage
2008 class rank: 46 The Scarlet Knights have done a tremendous job of reeling in some of the top talent in the East. It's a large class so far – 18 commitments – and it should be fun to see where Rutgers finishes with a late run of talent from the South.
12. Texas A&M
2009 total commits: 17
Headliner: Ivory Wade
2008 class rank: 16 A&M has 18 commitments and the class is loaded with help on the offensive line and in the secondary. The Aggies should close strong if they show signs of progress on the field.
13. Florida
2009 total commits: 7
Headliner: Nick Alajajian
2008 class rank: 3 This probably is only a temporary spot for the Gators - there just is too much talent interested in playing in The Swamp for UF not to finish in the top 10. The early class of seven is flat-out scary.
14. Tennessee
2009 total commits: 11
Headliner: Josh Nunes
2008 class rank: 35 Nobody in the SEC gets into recruiting more than Phillip Fulmer. UT's class of 11 features two solid quarterbacks, tremendous depth at running back and a solid offensive line group.
15. Mississippi State
2009 total commits: 10
Headliner: Fletcher Cox
2008 class rank: 44 The days of Mississippi State being down seem to be over. The Bulldogs have improved on the field and now they are making strides on the recruiting front. The defensive class so far is special.
16. Miami
2009 total commits: 8
Headliner: Bryce Brown
2008 class rank: 5 The Hurricanes have just eight commitments, but it's a really nice start. Expect Miami to climb the charts as things go deeper into the season, especially with the way it has had success in south Florida recently.
17. North Carolina
2009 total commits: 12
Headliner: Donte Moss
2008 class rank: 32 UNC has 12 pledges, and what it has done on defense has been impressive. Two solid defensive backs, a standout linebacker and stars on the defensive line make this a great start for the Heels.
18. Virginia
2009 total commits: 18
Headliner: Dominique Wallace
2008 class rank: 61 Virginia has 18 commitments, including some who aren't ranked yet. But the ones that are ranked should help boost the talent on campus quickly, especially on defense.
19. Penn State
2009 total commits: 12
Headliner: Eric Shrive
2008 class rank: 43 The class of 13 commitments is loaded with some big-time talent on defense. The defensive back class should rank among the nation's best, and plenty of help on the offensive line is on the way.
20. Notre Dame
2009 total commits: 9
Headliner: Cierre Wood
2008 class rank: 2 Notre Dame should close strong, and its current class of nine commitments is solid. A good start has been made at linebacker and defensive tackle, and the committed running backs have chances to be special for the Irish.
21. West Virginia
2009 total commits: 11
Headliner: Tajh Boyd
2008 class rank: 42 WVU's class hasn't been talked about, but there is plenty of offensive firepower - which should help keep the Mountaineers near the top of the rankings.
22. UCLA
2009 total commits: 7
Headliner: Richard Brehaut
2008 class rank: 13 The Bruins took a hit when Byron Moore decommitted in favor of USC, but UCLA still is off to a nice start. The defensive back class definitely is one of the nation's best so far.
23. Auburn
2009 total commits: 14
Headliner: Rodney Scott
2008 class rank: 20 The Tigers' class of 17 players definitely is defense-oriented. Auburn always does a great job of finding – and developing – defensive talent, and this group should be no exception. Watch out for unranked Reggie Taylor. He's a potential star.
24. Stanford
2009 total commits: 7
Headliner: Shayne Skov
2008 class rank: 50 Quietly, Jim Harbaugh is putting together one of the nation's best classes. Much as with West Virginia, nobody is talking about Stanford. But things definitely look like they're on the way up in Palo Alto.
25. Alabama
2009 total commits: 8
Headliner: Trent Richardson
2008 class rank: 1 Last year's recruiting national champions start off at No. 25 in the first edition of the rankings. The offensive line class is solid, and the Tide look to have their quarterback and running backs of the future.
JUST MISSED:
Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin, USF, Georgia Tech, TCU and Texas Tech. Missouri and Kansas have put together the best classes in the Big 12 North, which isn't a big surprise based on last season's results. Wisconsin has been on a nice run lately after a strong group of players attended the Badgers' camp. USF continues to be one of the nation's most overlooked programs, but Jim Leavitt continues to bring in top talent in Tampa. Georgia Tech has done a nice job locally and added plenty of offensive playmakers. TCU and Texas Tech have done a nice job of keeping in-state talent at home.

2009 Top 100 Prospects
2009 Rank Pos Ht/Wt Schools
1 Matt Barkley
Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei QB 6-3/226 USC
Remains at No. 1. Righty threw for 3,560 yards and 35 TDs in 2007.
2 Jamarkus McFarland
Lufkin (TX) Lufkin DT 6-3/280 list
Had 67 solo tackles, 18 TFLs and six sacks as a junior.
3 Cierre Wood
Oxnard (CA) Santa Clara RB 6-0/192 Notre Dame
Ran for more than 2,600 yards and scored 42 TDs in 2007.
4 Russell Shepard
Houston (TX) Cypress Ridge QB 6-1/179 LSU
Was amazing at the Baton Rouge NIKE Camp.
5 Devon Kennard
Phoenix (AZ) Desert Vista DE 6-3/257 list
Had more than 100 tackles and two dozen sacks on the year.
6 Rueben Randle
Bastrop (LA) Bastrop WR 6-3/195 list
A key offensive weapon on state championship team at receiver is moving to QB as senior.
7 Manti Te'o
Honolulu (HI) Punahou LB 6-2/230 list
Recorded 90 tackles, five sacks and rushed for 400 yards and 10 TDs as a junior.
8 Jacobbi McDaniel
Greenville (FL) Madison DT 6-0/267 Florida State
The top defensive lineman at the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio.
9 Bryce Brown
Wichita (KS) Wichita East RB 6-0/215 Miami
Two-time all-state selection and brother of Miami linebacker Arthur Brown.
10 Jelani Jenkins
Wheaton (MD) Our Lady Of Good Counsel LB 6-1/212 list
Film is amazing.
11 Vontaze Burfict
Corona (CA) Centennial LB 6-2/244 USC
Moves up a few slots after destroying the competition at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp.
12 Donte Moss
Jacksonville (NC) Northside DE 6-4/235 North Carolina
Relentless defensive end that also rushed for 15 scores in 2007.
13 Dre Kirkpatrick
Gadsden (AL) Gadsden City DB 6-2/180 list
Six interceptions as a junior; great year for cornerbacks overall.
14 Patrick Hall
Ventura (CA) St. Bonaventure ATH 6-1/181 USC
Lines up all over the field on defense; highlight clips just released.
15 Garrett Gilbert
Austin (TX) Lake Travis QB 6-3/186 Texas
Threw for 4,826 yards and 52 TDs and rushed for 400 yards and six TDs in 2007.
16 William Campbell
Detroit (MI) Cass Tech DT 6-5/317 Michigan
Moves up a few spots after a great effort at the State College NIKE Camp.
17 Marlon Brown
Memphis (TN) Harding Academy WR 6-5/205 list
Had 41 catches for 861 yards and six TDs to go along with 629 yards rushing and 10 TDs.
18 Chris Davenport
Mansfield (LA) Mansfield DT 6-4/318 list
Recorded 120 tackles, 20 TFLs and 18 sacks as a junior.
19 Randall Carroll
Los Angeles (CA) Cathedral WR 5-10/175 USC
Averaged 12 yards per carry in 2007; ran a sub-10.5 100-meter this spring.
20 Darius Winston
West Helena (AR) Central DB 6-0/180 list
Plays corner, wide receiver and returns kicks and punts. Is top-ranked player in Arkansas.
21 Craig Loston
Aldine (TX) Eisenhower DB 6-2/193 Clemson
Loves to come up from the safety spot and lay the wood.
22 Morgan Moses
Richmond (VA) Meadowbrook OL 6-7/347 list
Measured 6-7, 343 at Rivals Five-Star Academy and dropped off this eye-opening film.
23 Dorian Bell
Monroeville (PA) Gateway LB 6-0/226 Ohio State
Recorded 131 tackles, 25 TFLs and had 11 sacks in 2007.
24 Shaquelle Evans
Inglewood (CA) Inglewood WR 6-0/203 list
Caught 30 passes for 608 yards and three TDs, also returned a kickoff for a score.
25 Gabe Lynn
Jenks (OK) Jenks DB 6-0/185 list
One of the better kick returners in the country. Takes one back 107 yards here.
26 Jamie Wood
Pickerington (OH) Central DB 6-2/190 Ohio State
Recorded 65 tackles and had 550 yards receiving in 2007.
27 Trent Richardson
Pensacola (FL) Escambia RB 5-11/210 Alabama
Ran for more than 1,500 yards in 2007.
28 Melvin Fellows
Garfield Heights (OH) Garfield Heights DE 6-5/245 Ohio State
Recorded 92 tackles, seven sacks and nine batted passes in 2007.
29 Rolando Jefferson
Fresno (CA) Edison WR 6-2/190 list
Averaged more than 24 yards a catch and had 11 TDs in 2007.
30 Nico Johnson
Andalusia (AL) Andalusia LB 6-3/226 list
Devastating striker. 28 TFLs over the last two seasons.
31 Andre Debose
Sanford (FL) Seminole WR 6-0/170 list
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32 Logan Thomas
Lynchburg (VA) Brookville School ATH 6-6/233 list
Athletic quarterback that could move to receiver, tight end or linebacker in college.
33 Jheranie Boyd
Gastonia (NC) Ashbrook WR 6-2/184 list
Averaged 24.5 ypc. Has run a 22.1 200-meter.
34 Shayne Skov
Pawling (NY) Trinity Pawling LB 6-2/225 Stanford
Big mover: Improved dramatically this spring, showing great burst to go along with great size at State College NIKE Camp.
35 Malliciah Goodman
Florence (SC) West Florence DE 6-4/255 Clemson
Big mover: Rivals.com analyst Barry Every: "He has the biggest hands I've ever seen."
36 Alex Okafor
Pflugerville (TX) Pflugerville DE 6-4/232 Texas
Big mover: His performance at the Ft Worth Nike Camp was just flat out dominating. He was very quick off the ball, and was unstoppable.
37 Michael Philipp
San Bernardino (CA) Arroyo Valley OL 6-3/320 list
Could be a guard, tackle or center.
38 Xavier Nixon
Fayetteville (NC) Jack Britt OL 6-6/263 list
One of the top linemen at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
39 Jarvis Jones
Columbus (GA) Carver LB 6-3/226 list
Led his team to the 2007 4A state championship.
40 Jaamal Berry
Miami (FL) Miami Palmetto RB 5-10/185 list
Rushed for 1,033 yards and 14 TDs in 2007.
41 Garrett Porter
Odessa (TX) Permian OL 6-6/308 Texas
Could play either tackle spot and carries a 4.0 GPA.
42 D.J. Fluker
Foley (AL) Foley DT 6-7/325 Alabama
Recorded 78 tackles and had seven sacks on the season.
43 Patrick Patterson
Macon (MS) Noxubee County WR 6-3/215 list
Led team to state finals in 2007 with 72 catches for 1,424 yards.
44 Mason Walters
Wolfforth (TX) Frenship OL 6-6/290 Texas
May be the largest high school center we've ever seen.
45 Tom Savage
Springfield (PA) Cardinal O'Hara QB 6-4/217 Rutgers
Has the skill set to move up in the rankings, but missed his junior year with injury.
46 Chris Watt
Glen Ellyn (IL) Glenbard West OL 6-3/280 list
Rated top player in Illinois.
47 Willie Downs
Tallahassee (FL) Godby WR 6-2/192 Florida State
Line him up on offense or defense - he's a playmaker on either side of the ball.
48 Kraig Appleton
East St. Louis (IL) East St. Louis WR 6-3/190 list
Led team to state finals in 2007 with 59 receptions and 15 TDs. 21.3 200-meter.
49 Justin Turner
Massillon (OH) Washington DB 6-2/186 Michigan
Recorded 40 tackles, three INTs, five TFLs and returned 11 kicks for 355 yards.
50 Aaron Murray
Tampa (FL) Plant QB 6-0/198 Georgia
Threw for 4,012 yards and 51 TDs, also was first-team all-state in 2007.
51 Je'Ron Stokes
Philadelphia (PA) Northeast WR 6-1/178 Tennessee
Had 28 catches for 617 yards and six TDs as a junior.
52 Jon Bostic
Wellington (FL) Palm Beach Central LB 6-1/218 list
Big mover: Rivals.com analyst Jamie Newberg said he was the hottest prospect in the South this spring.
53 Kendrick Hardy
Monticello (MS) Lawrence County RB 6-0/210 list
Rushed for 2,103 yards and 29 TDs while recording 44 tackles.
54 Branden Smith
Atlanta (GA) Washington DB 5-11/171 list
Speedster plays offense, defense and returns kicks.
55 Nick Alajajian
Naples (FL) Naples OL 6-4/280 Florida
Polished and menacing lineman on 3A state championship team.
56 C.J. Barnett
Clayton (OH) Northmont DB 6-1/181 Ohio State
Was the sixth Ohio State pledge in this class.
57 Jordan Whiting
Louisville (KY) Trinity LB 6-0/230 Ohio State
Has already been a part of two state championship games.
58 Frankie Telfort
Miami (FL) Gulliver Prep LB 5-11/197 list
Undersized linebacker with a lot of pop.
59 Christine Michael
Beaumont (TX) West Brook RB 5-11/195 list
Rushed for 2,556 yards and 45 TDs over the last two seasons.
60 Ronnie Wingo Jr.
St. Louis (MO) University ATH 6-3/212 list
Won the 200 meters for his age group at Junior Olympics.
61 Marcus Hall
Cleveland (OH) Glenville Academic Campus OL 6-5/290 list
Imposing line prospect. May be the best left tackle prospect in the country.
62 Edwin Baker
Oak Park (MI) Oak Park RB 5-10/204 Michigan State
Averaged 11.5 yards per carry over six games last year.
63 David Wilson
Danville (VA) George Washington ATH 5-11/192 list
Big mover: An explosive athlete as his film and tremendous triple jump numbers in track speak to.
64 Kevin Brent
Dallas (TX) South Oak Cliff DB 5-11/196 list
Recorded 86 tackles and three interceptions in just nine games.
65 Tana Patrick
Stevenson (AL) North Jackson LB 6-3/215 list
Recorded 72 tackles and caught 15 passes as a junior.
66 Eddie Lacy
Geismar (LA) Dutchtown RB 5-11/200 list
Rushed for more than 1,800 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2007.
67 Justin Green
Louisville (KY) Male DB 5-10/178 Ohio State
More than 2,000 all-purpose yards last season. Has run a 10.54 100-meter.
68 Orson Charles
Tampa (FL) Plant TE 6-2/216 list
Will play with QB Murray this fall.
69 Sam Montgomery
Greenwood (SC) Greenwood DE 6-4/230 list
Recorded 65 tackles, 15 sacks and 20 TFLs
70 Michael Carter
Pompano Beach (FL) Ely DB 5-11/154 list
Recorded seven INTs and 15 PBUs in first year of football in 2007.
71 Jerod Askew
Chesapeake (VA) Oscar Smith LB 6-1/230 list
Big mover: Eyeballing him in May showed he's added an inch of height and plenty of muscle weight.
72 John Martinez
Salt Lake City (UT) Cottonwood Senior OL 6-3/265 list
Ultra-quick lineman who could play any position on the OL.
73 Corey Brown
Monroeville (PA) Gateway ATH 6-0/180 Ohio State
Big mover: Showed his versatility at the State College Nike Camp by dominating at corner and wide out and winning the DB MVP.
74 Darren Myles
Atlanta (GA) Carver DB 6-0/175 list
Big mover: Also versatile as he could actually play either safety position in college.
75 Eric Shrive
Scranton (PA) West Scranton OL 6-7/285 Penn State
Strong-side tackle who will be 300-plus pounds in college.
76 DeVonte Holloman
Rock Hill (SC) South Pointe DB 6-2/214 Clemson
Recorded 50 tackles and two INTs while splitting time at QB.
77 Bryce McNeal
Minneapolis (MN) Breck WR 6-2/170 Michigan
Has caught 88 passes for 1,404 yards and 13 TDs in last two years.
78 Gary Brown
Quincy (FL) West Gadsden DT 6-3/275 Florida
Recorded 26 sacks and 18 TFLs last season.
79 Damario Jeffery
Columbia (SC) Columbia ATH 6-3/215 list
Natural strong safety. Recorded 102 tackles and four INTs in 2007.
80 Chris Burnette
LaGrange (GA) Troup OL 6-2/300 Georgia
A mauling force on the inside. He's an honor student with a 4.0 GPA.
81 Kevin Graf
Agoura (CA) Agoura OL 6-6/301 USC
Will attend USC, where his father and brother played.
82 David Oku
Midwest City (OK) Carl Albert RB 5-10/186 list
Has rushed for 3,090 yards and 39 TDs in last two seasons.
83 Lamar Miller
Miami (FL) Killian RB 5-11/205 list
Rushed for more than 1,800 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2007.
84 Deandre Coleman
Seattle (WA) Garfield DT 6-4/295 list
Quick-footed two-way starter, recorded 45 tackles as a junior.
85 Craig Drummond
Chicago (IL) Morgan Park DE 6-5/260 list
Recorded 67 tackles and 18 sacks in 2007.
86 Donavan Tate
Cartersville (GA) Cartersville ATH 6-2/195 list
Plays QB and safety. Son of former NFL RB Lars Tate.
87 Chris Whaley
Madisonville (TX) Madisonville RB 6-3/220 Texas
Averaged 8.1 ypc and 28.6 yards per catch, scoring 30 TDs in 2007.
88 Sheldon Richardson
St. Louis (MO) Gateway High TE 6-4/281 Missouri
Recently ran a 4.7-second time at Missouri's summer camp at 6-foot-3 3/4 and 292 pounds.
89 Corey Adams
Scottsdale (AZ) Saguaro DT 6-3/277 list
Member of back-to-back state championship teams.
90 Ray Ray Armstrong
Sanford (FL) Seminole ATH 6-4/218 list
Plays quarterback and linebacker; could project at TE.
91 Janzen Jackson
Lake Charles (LA) Barbe DB 6-0/174 LSU
Recorded 93 tackles, five interceptions and 15 PBUs. Will come up and hit you.
92 Washaun Ealey
Twin City (GA) Emanuel County Institute RB 5-11/205 Georgia
The Georgia player of the year recorded 58 touchdowns in 2007.
93 Chris Bonds
Columbia (SC) Richland Northeast DT 6-4/262 list
Injured as a junior. Impressive highlights are from sophomore year.
94 Nick Kasa
Broomfield (CO) Legacy DE 6-7/245 list
Top player in Colorado. Recorded 19 sacks in the last two seasons.
95 Chris Fields
Painesville (OH) Harvey WR 6-0/181 Ohio State
Had 51 catches for 879 yards last season.
96 Jemari Roberts
Long Beach (CA) Wilson College Prep WR 6-3/200 list
Has a 3.97 GPA and speed to burn.
97 Chris Norman
Detroit (MI) Renaissance LB 6-2/207 Michigan State
Reminds his HS coach of former Wolverine star Larry Foote.
98 Ryne Giddins
Seffner (FL) Armwood DE 6-4/235 list
Recorded 21 sacks last season.
99 Ronnell Lewis
Dewar (OK) Dewar LB 6-3/220 Oklahoma
Plays eight-man ball. Rushed for 2,000 yards and recorded 11 INTs in 2007.
100 Kendall Kelly
Gadsden (AL) Gadsden City WR 6-4/210 list
Combines good size and speed. Eight TD receptions as a junior.

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