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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Derrick WilliamsATH
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

World-class athlete racked up more than 3,000 all-purpose yards as a senior.

6'0"189Penn St.
#2Patrick TurnerWR
Nashville, TNGoodpasture

Has great height and speed and was unstoppable in Army All-American bowl practice.

#3Eugene MonroeOL
Plainfield, NJPlainfield

This strong, agile and smart blocker is the class of this year's offensive tackles.

#4Melvin AlaezeDE
Randallstown, MD

His size and strength are unrivaled by anybody at his position.

#5Rey MaualugaLB
Eureka, CA

He's tough, aggressive, has impressive speed and carries through every tackle.

#6Fred RouseWR
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

An impact player on the outside with great size and 4.4 speed.

6'4"190Florida St.
#7Mark SanchezQB
Mission Viejo, CA

The nation’s best quarterback shows poise, leadership and command of an offense.

#8Martellus BennettTE
Alief, TXTaylor

Tall and physical with the ability to split out like a receiver.

6'7"237Texas A&M
#9Reginald YoungbloodOL
Houston, TXBooker T. Washington

His footwork is unmatched, and when he wants to get nasty, he’ll make you eat turf.

6'5"280Miami (FL)
#10Jonathan StewartRB
Lacey, WATimberline

At the Army All-American Bowl, Stewart showed why he will be special in college.

#11DeMarcus GrangerDT
Dallas, TXKimball

Impossible to move off the line and can get from sideline to sideline.

#12Kenneth PhillipsDB
Miami, FLCarol City

Has the ability to cover people in man-to-man situations and is deadly against the run.

6'2"195Miami (FL)
#13Marlon LuckyRB
North Hollywood, CA

Can take what looks like a loss and explode for a long touchdown scamper.

#14Callahan BrightDT
Bryn Mawr, PAHarriton

When his motor is running, there isn’t a better defensive tackle in the nation.

6'2"315Florida St.
#15Jason GwaltneyRB
Long Island, NYNorth Babylon

Speedy, tough back was offensive MVP for the East team at Army All-American bowl

6'0"234West Virginia
#16Ryan PerrillouxQB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Likely has the nation’s strongest arm and has improved his decision-making.

#17Tray BlackmonLB
LaGrange, GA

He has the speed, quickness and ability to make plays all over the field.

#18DeSean JacksonWR
Long Beach, CAPoly

The star of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl with big plays on long bombs.

#19Justin KingDB
Pittsburgh, PAGateway

He has the speed, size and great hips that you want in your impact cornerbacks.

6'0"183Penn St.
#20Alex BooneOL
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Big, physical lineman was solid for the East at the Army All-American bowl.

6'8"296Ohio St.
#21Demetrice MorleyDB
Miami, FLKillian

Talks plenty of smack on the field, but he's good enough to back it up.

#22Kevin GradyRB
East Grand Rapids, MI

Grady's nice burst of speed often is overlooked because of his great power.

#23Darren McFaddenATH
Little Rock, AROak Grove

A strong runner that has silky smooth moves and the ability to cut on a dime.

#24Jerrell PoweDT
Waynesboro, MSWayne County

When he’s focused on football, there aren’t very many players in the nation better.

#25Antone SmithRB
Pahokee, FL

Smith has one of the most impressive lower bodies of any running back.

5'8"181Florida St.
#26Ryan ReynoldsLB
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Reynolds not only is built like a body builder, he’s extremely fast.

#27Dan DoeringOL
Barrington, IL

His footwork and technique are not matched by anybody in the nation.

#28Victor HarrisATH
Highland Springs, VA

Virginia's top player could play on either side of the ball in college.

6'0"185Virginia Tech
#29Mohamed MassaquoiWR
Charlotte, NCIndependence

He already looks like a junior in college and absolutely dominated at the Shrine Bowl.

#30Derek NicholsonLB
Winston Salem, NCMt. Tabor

After seeing him twice in person, it is clear that he’s one of the nation’s elite players.

6'0"220Florida St.
#31Jamario O'NealDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

He looked much more natural at safety at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

6'1"190Ohio St.
#32Luthur BrownLB
Lakewood, CA

Brown will be one of the top linebackers in the nation at the next level.

#33Kade WestonDT
Red Bank, NJ

Weston moves extremely well and comes off the ball fast for a guy his size.

#34Roy MillerDT
Killeen, TXShoemaker

Rivaled Patrick Turner as having the best week of work at the Army All-American Bowl.

#35Derek PeguesDB
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Pegues was the only player to shut down Patrick Turner at the Army All-American Bowl.

5'10"183Mississippi St.
#36Eugene HayesLB
Greenville, FLMadison

A tremendous burst to the ball will make Hayes a big-time player in college.

6'2"206Florida St.
#37Marques SlocumOL
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic

He can be an impact player on the next level on offense or defense.

#38Rico McCoyLB
Washington, DCSt. John's College High

Ripped up U.S. Army All-American bowl practices, as well as opposing ball carriers.

#39Toney BakerRB
Jamestown, NCRagsdale

A tough, straight-line runner who should be a great fit for N.C. State.

5'10"218N.C. State
#40Kyle MooreDE
Warner Robins, GAHouston County

The explosive Moore is one of the most devastating pass rushers in the nation.

#41Matt HardrickOL
Orlando, FLEdgewater

A pancake king, he gets his whole frame going against smaller defensive linemen.

6'5"338Florida St.
#42James DavisRB
Atlanta, GADouglass

Has the ability to turn his jets from zero to afterburner in the blink of an eye.

#43Averell SpicerDE
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Spicer reminds people of Dwight Freeney, an undersized pass rusher with a great motor.

#44Aleksey LanisOL
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Originally from Russia, he can take over a game at offensive tackle when he decides to.

#45Mario ManninghamWR
Warren, OHHarding

Mario dominated JaMario O’Neal in a one-on-one match-up during a game this season.

#46Will HarrisDB
Covina, CACharter Oak

One of the more dominating defensive backs in California his junior and senior seasons.

#47Leon JacksonATH
Pasco, WAPasco

Has a great frame and the ability to make big plays at big times.

#48Michael OherOL
Memphis, TNBriarcrest Christian

An aggressive run blocker, which should make him a success in the SEC for Ole Miss.

#49Antonio BassATH
Jackson, MI

Bass is a monster prospect at receiver, defensive back or a number of other spots.

#50Chris ScottOL
Lovejoy, GA

Devastating when he pulls and heads up field to block.

#51Ndamukong SuhDT
Portland, ORGrant

When you get offers from Miami and Nebraska and you live in Oregon, you’re special.

#52Anthony MoeakiTE
Wheaton, ILSouth

Moeaki is big, strong and physical in running situations and runs great routes.

#53Brian CushingLB
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic

Once he refines his game, he has a shot at being something special in college.

#54Dace RichardsonOL
Wheaton, ILSouth

One of the more athletic offensive tackles in the nation, plain and simple.

#55Dajleon FarrTE
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Farr is an amazing blocker in the running game and has a great attitude.

6'6"235Miami (FL)
#56Travis BeckumLB
Oak Creek, WI

Had an impressive week of work at the U.S Army All-American Bowl.

#57Jamaal CharlesRB
Port Arthur, TXMcAllen Memorial

Had a monster senior season after missing the first few games because of an injury.

#58Ekom UdofiaDT
Scottsdale, AZChaparral

When he’s healthy he’s an overpowering force who can take over a game.

#59Ricky Jean-FrancoisDE
Miami, FLCarol City

Great athlete with a shot put throw of more than 60 feet and a discus throw of 165.

#60Jonathan CromptonQB
Waynesville, NCTuscola Senior

Great size, a solid arm, ability to put the ball in the right spot and a quick release.

#61Al JonesDE
New Orleans, LASt. Augustine

He’s explosive off the ball and his first step is one of the best in the Southeast.

#62Curtis LoftonLB
Kingfisher, OK

A heat-seeking missile at linebacker and the top player in Oklahoma.

#63Curtis CrouchOL
Fayetteville, NCE. E. Smith

One of the most aggressive, physical and strongest prospects in the nation.

6'6"322N.C. State
#64Reggie SmithDB
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

Has the size, speed, hips and coverage ability to be a shutdown cover corner.

#65Justin MinceyDE
Folkston, GACharlton County

Has a great ability to get his hands up in the air to bat down passes.

6'5"240Florida St.
#66Jamie RobinsonDB
Rock Hill, SCNorthwestern

A monster senior season and stellar Shrine Bowl week make Robinson an elite prospect.

6'2"185Florida St.
#67C.J. ByrdATH
North Augusta, SC

Size and speed give Byrd the ability to make big plays all over the field.

#68Malcolm KellyWR
Longview, TX

A gamebreaker at receiver, he’s tall, strong and fast.

#69Henry MeltonATH
Grapevine, TX

An amazing athlete, Melton projects at a number of different positions – even running back.

#70Kevin ThomasDB
Oxnard, CARio Mesa

Showed a great nose for the football at the Army All-American Bowl.

#71LaMarcus CokerRB
Antioch, TN

A true all-purpose back, he can outrun you, run over you and catch the ball.

#72Selwyn LymonWR
Fort Wayne, INHarding

Headed to Purdue, Lymon might be the most underrated receiver in the nation.

#73Roy UpchurchRB
Tallahassee, FLGodby

Upchurch racked up more than 2,500 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior.

#74Keenan ClaytonDB
Sulphur Springs, TX

Reminds some of former Oklahoma safety standout Roy Williams, high praise indeed.

#75Bryan EvansDB
Jacksonville, FLEd White

Super cover man out of Jacksonville will be a good one for the Georgia Bulldogs.

#76Phillip DillardLB
Jenks, OK

Had a great senior year for one of the most storied programs in high school football.

#77Eric HugginsWR
Conway, SC

Tall, rangy wideout is deadly on slip screens and has deceptive speed.

#78Everette BrownDE
Wilson, NCBeddingfield

Brown plays like a linebacker with his sideline-to-sideline pursuit of the football.

6'4"238Florida St.
#79Josh McNeilOL
Collins, MS

Top center had a solid weel at the Army All-American bowl for the West.

#80Doug WorthingtonDE
Athol Springs, NYSt. Francis

Worthington has an amazing frame and an even better motor.

6'7"256Ohio St.
#81Michael ShumardOL
Killeen, TXHarker Heights

Battled Roy Miller and took him to task during a prep game this season.

6'5"290Texas A&M
#82Courtney HarrisDE
Jupiter, FL

Harris was listed as the top defensive end on one major national power’s board.

6'4"230Miami (FL)
#83Cory ZirbelOL
Murray, KY

Made a name for himself this summer at both Michigan and Miami’s summer camps.

#84Avery AtkinsDB
Daytona Beach, FLMainland

A strong showing at the CaliFlorida Bowl further proved that Atkins was an elite corner.

#85Anthony FelderLB
Seattle, WAO'Dea

With his athleticism, it’s easy to see why many teams were fighting for his commitment.

#86Carlos ThomasWR
College Park, GABanneker

Emerged on the national scene when he blew up at the Atlanta NIKE Training Camp.

5'11"165South Carolina
#87Spencer AdkinsLB
Naples, FL

Napes, Fla., coach Bill Kramer says Adkins is strong, smart and a hard worker.

6'0"228Miami (FL)
#88O.J. MurdockWR
Tampa, FLMiddleton

Blessed with great speed, his upside may be better than any receiver in the nation.

6'0"178South Carolina
#89Jake ChristensenQB
Lockport, IL

Has a strong ability to read defenses and is a great leader.

#90Rashard MendenhallRB
Skokie, ILNiles West

One of the best running backs to come out of Illinois in the last 10 years.

#91Chris KeysDB
Stevenson, ALNorth Jackson

A transfer kept him off the field as a senior, but he's still an elite prospect.

#92Aaron WareATH
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Has the ability to star at running back or anywhere in the secondary in college.

#93Deveon SimmonsLB
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

Has an ability to always be near the football with his good speed

6'0"221Virginia Tech
#94Nic HarrisDB
Alexandria, LA

Has the size and the frame to project either as a safety or an outside linebacker.

#95Paul FreeneyDE
Aldine, TXEisenhower

When he’s chasing down the quarterback, he is relentless.

6'3"229Texas A&M
#96Terrance TaylorDT
Muskegon, MI

Powerful with a bench press of more than 400 pounds and a squat of 625.

#97Kalvin BaileyRB
Seffner, FLArmwood

At least five SEC recruiting coordinators had Bailey at the top of their fullback wish list.

#98James McKinneyDT
Louisville, KYCentral

When his motor is running, there might not be a better tackle in the country.

#99Jonathan HannahTE
Hope Mills, NCSouth View

A smart tight end who could also excel as an offensive tackle on the next level.

6'4"251South Carolina
#100Montario HardestyATH
New Bern, NC

Many love him at running back, but he could also be an All-American safety.

6'0"190Tennessee The Rivals100 2005

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