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2007 Prospect Ranking wide receivers 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ronald JohnsonWR
Muskegon, MIMuskegon

Has tremendous ability to make big plays.

#2Terrance ToliverWR
Hempstead, TXHempstead

Has unlimited potential, an NFL frame and good speed.

#3Chris CulliverWR
Garner, NCGarner

Proved he's a big-time receiver late as a senior.

6'0"188South Carolina
#4Dwight JonesWR
Burlington, NCCummings

Will be a terror in the red zone.

6'5"210N. Carolina
#5Arrelious BennWR
Washington, DCDunbar

Size creates all kinds of issues for defensive backs.

#6Duval KamaraWR
Hoboken, NJHoboken

Another weapon for Charlie Weis and company.

6'5"209Notre Dame
#7DeAngelo BentonWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

One of the top prospects for perhaps the top program in Louisiana.

#8Deonte ThompsonWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Lightning fast.

#9Dez BryantWR
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Bryant’s highlights are a thing of beauty.

6'1"195Oklahoma St.
#10Niles PaulWR
Omaha, NENorth

A home run threat that the Huskers need.

#11Malcolm WilliamsWR
Garland, TXGarland

Big target also is fast.

#12Toney ClemonsWR
New Kensington, PAValley

Won the state 110-meter hurdles championship.

#13Brandon GibsonWR
Mobile, ALUMS Wright

Great hands and concentration.

#14Ahmad PaigeWR
Sterlington, LASterlington

Could be a steal for an out-of-state team.

#15Israel TroupeWR
Tifton, GATift County

Big, physical and explosive.

#16Jermaine McKenzieWR
Bradenton, FLBradenton Prep

Speedster pledged to Tide early in the process.

6'1"164Miami (FL)
#17Dion LecornWR
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Has just scratched the surface in terms of what kind of player he can be.

6'0"192South Carolina
#18Rashad MasonWR
Nashville, TNPearl-Cohn

Has become a true national recruit after senior season.

6'6"215N. Carolina
#19Alphonso BryantWR
Homestead, FLHomestead

Strength and speed are his two greatest attributes.

#20Markques SimasWR
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

Best known for his great route running.

#21Mark DellWR
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

Also a talented basketball player.

6'1"177Michigan St.
#22Nick ToonWR
Madison, WIMiddleton High

An early commitment to Wisconsin is a real catch.

#23Drew DavisWR
Denver, COMontbello

Good grades also make him special.

#24Jay SmithWR
Norfolk, VALake Taylor

Acrobatic catches are the norm for Smith.

6'4"200N.C. State
#25Taurian WashingtonWR
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Catches everything thrown his way.

6'0"167Ohio St.
#26Brandon CollinsWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

One of the most explosive playmakers in Texas.

#27James KirkendollWR
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

Small frame, but has speed for days.

#28Markish JonesWR
Spartanburg, SCGettys D Broome

Blowing up after great senior season.

#29Martell WebbWR
Pontiac, MINorthern

Tall, athletic receiver that will excel in the Big Ten.

#30Roderick DavisWR
Memphis, TNWooddale

Great hands and quickness.

#31D.J. DonleyWR
Folkston, GACharlton County

Smooth athlete with a big frame also could play on defense.

6'4"200Georgia Tech
#32Jason BarnesWR
Charlotte, NCIndependence

Led his team to a NCHSAA 4-AA state title in an undefeated season.

6'4"197South Carolina
#33Brandon CarswellWR
Milpitas, CAMilpitas

Few had a better year as a senior in California.

#34Corey WilsonWR
Carrollton, TXCreekview

Corey may be more talented than his Oklahoma star brother Travis Wilson.

#35Hubert AnyiamWR
Garland, TXNorth Garland

After missing his sophomore year, was the newcomer of the year as a junior.

6'0"163Oklahoma St.
#36Walter HillWR
Gainesville, GAEast Hall

Tall WR that has ability to get up and get the football.

#37Lionel BreauxWR
New Orleans, LAMcDonogh 35

Good speed makes him a deep threat.

#38Junior HemingwayWR
Conway, SCConway

Also a standout athlete on the track.

#39Kerry TaylorWR
Chandler, AZHamilton

One of the most complete receivers in the West.

6'1"170Arizona St.
#40Quindarius CarrWR
Huntsville, ALHuntsville

Earned a lot of respect at the Athens NIKE Camp.

#41Xavier DyeWR
Duncan, SCByrnes

Dye has the raw tools to absolutely blow up this year.

#42Zion BabbWR
Alhambra, CAAlhambra

One of the most underappreciated players in California

#43Leonard HankersonWR
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Runs excellent routes and has good hands.

6'2"185Miami (FL)
#44Maurice WilliamsWR
Erie, PAStrong Vincent

As a junior, Williams earned all region honors as both a quarterback and defensive back.

#45Matt ClementsWR
Naples, FLBarron Collier

Set the school record in the 400-meter dash.

6'2"185South Carolina
#46Jacob AmieWR
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Amie is the big-bodied wide receiver who could move to tight end.

6'4"224Texas Tech
#47Toddrick BajoieWR
New Roads, LACatholic-Pointe Coupee

LSU staff targeted Bajoie early.

#48Colin SandemanWR
Bettendorf, IA

Extremely talented receiver that should fit the Iowa offense nicely.

#49Curenski GilleylenWR
Leander, TXLeander

One of the fastest rising players in the Lone Star State.

#50Corey GatewoodWR
Roslindale, MABelmont Hill

Had 12 touchdowns on offense and five interceptions as a junior.

#51Devin AguilarWR
Denver, COMullen

Two-sport star that will be a star once he focuses on football.

#52Steven HowardWR
Charlotte, NCOlympic

Caught 49 passes for 748 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior.

6'3"180N.C. State
#53Derek MoyeWR
Rochester, PARochester

As a junior was selected to the Pittsburgh Tribune's Terrific 25 and also the Big 7 Conference MVP.

6'4"182Penn St.
#54Tramain SwindallWR
Oklahoma City, OKMillwood

The next super star WR for Texas Tech?

6'2"163Texas Tech
#55Cameron WadeWR
Cairo, GACairo

Has big upside and is a competitor.

6'4"180Florida St.
#56Tyler StradfordWR
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Has 10.5 100 meter speed and great hands.

#57Austin PettisWR
Orange, CALutheran

The top receiver in Orange County this season.

6'3"185Boise St.
#58Mike CalvinWR
San Lorenzo, CASan Lorenzo

Cal gets a good one.

#59Jon DittoWR
Monroeville, PAGateway

Outstanding size and speed.

6'3"221Penn St.
#60Crosby TuckWR
Springdale, ARShiloh Christian

Speed and hands make him a good fit for Arkansas offense.

#61Doug BeaumontWR
Louisville, KYMale

Should be a good fit for the Cards.

#62Detron LewisWR
College Station, TXA&M Consolidated

Could be the best route runner in the Lone Star state.

6'0"190Texas Tech
#63Nick TriceWR
Killeen, TXHarker Heights

Originally from Germany, Trice has overcome injury and should have a big senior year.

6'2"188Texas A&M
#64Kyle JeffersonWR
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Long frame stretches the field vertically

#65Brandon ClearWR
Hoover, ALHoover

Virginia transplant will thrive in Hoover offense.

#66Ryan KessmanWR
San Jacinto, CASan Jacinto

Early BYU commit was a good get for the Cougars.

#67Taurus McKinleyWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Explosive slot WR threat.

#68Alex LagemannWR
Saratoga, CASaratoga

A perfect fit for the Cal offense

#69Robinson AlexisWR
Delray, FLWest Boca Raton

Another stellar get for the Scarlet Knights from Florida.

#70Bryshon NellumWR
Long Beach, CAPoly

A standout in track as well.

#71Dane SanzenbacherWR
Toledo, OHCentral Catholic

The type of guy you want on your team - he does it all.

5'11"174Ohio St.
#72T.J. SimpsonWR
Peoria, AZPeoria

Once he adds strength, he’ll be even better because talent is there.

6'0"168Arizona St.
#73O.J. WoodardWR
Pompton Lakes, NJ

First team all-state performer with a great frame.

#74Rolandis WoodlandWR
Fenton, MORockwood Summit

Could be the top receiver in the state by the end of the season.

#75David GilreathWR
Robbinsdale, MNArmstrong

Speed, speed, speed is the name of his game.

#76Paul WilsonWR
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Good speed, good hands, good route runner, good prospect.

#77Derrick ShermanWR
Cincinnati, OHWithrow

Should star in Purdue's pass-happy attack

#78David RobertsWR
Rancho Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga

One of Rancho Cucamonga’s top weapons can hurt you at receiver or on the ground

#79Kendrick CelestineWR
Mamou, LAMamou

Posted a 4.4-second 40 at Baton Rouge NIKE Camp.

#80Sean WiserWR
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

One of Jimmy Clausen’s go-to targets