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2007 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com offensive tackles 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Josh OglesbyOL
Milwaukee, WISt. Frances

Could be a future All-Big Ten selection.

6'7"315Wisconsin
#2Ryan MillerOL
Littleton, COColumbine

Right behind Oglesby in terms of elite tackles.

6'6"278Colorado
#3Matt RomineOL
Tulsa, OKUnion

A real technician that’s great in pass pro.

6'6"285Notre Dame
#4Lee ZiembaOL
Rogers, ARRogers

Uses good athleticism to get after defenders.

6'7"295Auburn
#5Antwane GreenleeOL
Columbus, GAHardaway

Has the wingspan to be a tackle, but also could play guard.

6'6"302Florida St.
#6Bryan BulagaOL
Woodstock, ILMarian Central Catholic

A nasty blocker who plays tight end in high school.

6'5"270Iowa
#7Martin ColemanOL
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

Only playing his second year of football.

6'5"290USC
#8Quintin RichardsonOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

Has more upside than any OL in the South.

6'4"265South Carolina
#9Darrion WeemsOL
Woodland Hills, CATaft

California transfer can play anywhere in the country as a high school senior.

6'6"285Oregon
#10Darris SawtelleOL
Birmingham, MIBrother Rice

Will carry on family tradition at Tennessee.

6'6"295Tennessee
#11Matt Summers-GavinOL
San Francisco, CASt. Ignatius

Now being recruited almost entirely at tackle.

6'5"271California
#12Jarvis JonesOL
Rosenberg, TXLamar Consolidated

One of the biggest frames and best blockers in the state.

6'7"250LSU
#13Derek SherrodOL
Columbus, MSCaledonia

One of the most highly-recruited prospects in the Magnolia State.

6'6"298Mississippi St.
#14Landon WalkerOL
Ronda, NCEast Wilkes

Dominated at Shrine Bowl Elite combine.

6'7"275Clemson
#15Carson YorkOL
Coeur d' Alene, IDLake City

The best player from Idaho in the past five years?

6'5"270Oregon
#16John ElliottOL
East Meadow, NYEast Meadow

New York mauler plays with intensity.

6'4"288Boston Coll.
#17Kyle HixOL
Aledo, TXAledo

Hix has a nasty streak on the field at tackle.

6'6"290Texas
#18Emeka IwekaOL
Seattle, WARainier Beach

Should carry on the Washington OL tradition quite well.

6'5"290Washington
#19Nick ClaytorOL
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Big, improving and has a strong work ethic.

6'6"312Georgia Tech
#20Josh DworaczykOL
New Iberia, LACatholic

A Tiger commit that has a great frame.

6'5"263LSU
#21Blake DeChristopherOL
Midlothian, VAClover Hill

Also a talented shot putter that won the region and finished seventh in the state.

6'6"300Virginia Tech
#22Andrew NussOL
Ashburn, VAStone Bridge

One of the top blockers in Virginia is wanted throughout the Southeast.

6'5"290Notre Dame
#23Lamar MilsteadOL
Washington, DCBallou

Can add 40 pounds and has great wingspan.

6'5"266Virginia
#24Lonnie EdwardsOL
Brownsboro, TXBrownsboro

Bears snagged a big one in the powerful Edwards.

6'5"305Texas Tech
#25Stuart HinesOL
Bowling Green, KYBowling Green

Versatile lineman is best of a talented bunch in-state.

6'5"280Kentucky
#26Josh MarksOL
Catawissa, PASouthern Columbia

As a junior was a first team Class A all-state selection by the Associated Press.

6'5"300Penn St.
#27Mitchell SchwartzOL
Pacific Palisades, CAPalisades

One of the elite linemen in the state in a lean year for linemen

6'5"297California
#28William AlvarezOL
Woodbridge, VAC. D. Hylton

Earned all-state honors as a junior

6'5"305Virginia Tech
#29Devan CunninghamOL
Sacramento, CAGrant

A mountain of a man that plays for one of NorCal’s top teams

6'6"305Fresno St.
#30Clint BolingOL
Alpharetta, GAChattahoochee

Could play a number of positions along both lines.

6'5"261Georgia
#31Will FurlongOL
DeLand, FLDeland

Could play early for the Seminoles.

6'5"275Florida St.
#32Kenny PlueOL
Rensselaer, NYRensselaer

Earned Student Sports Sophomore All-American honors in 2004 and as a junior he won first team all-state honors.

6'7"352Boston Coll.
#33Sione TauOL
Honolulu, HIDamien

Massive frame and even better strength

6'6"284Colorado
#34Donald StephensonOL
Blue Springs, MOBlue Springs

Originally committed to Kansas, is now playing the field.

6'4"282Oklahoma
#35Clyde YandellOL
Saint Augustine, FLNease

Smart, athletic and tough. Yandell’s stock is on the rise.

6'5"304Georgia Tech
#36Kyle CoulahanOL
Pensacola, FLCatholic

Is nasty on film. Will develop.

6'4"320Auburn
#37Maurice HamptonOL
Hampton, VAPhoebus

Athletic offensive tackle with good size and feet.

6'5"290Maryland
#38Jack Cornell Jr.OL
Quincy, ILQuincy Notre Dame

Best football is still way ahead of Big Jack.

6'5"291Illinois
#39Taylor DeverOL
Nevada City, CANevada Union

Nobody has blown up more this fall in California.

6'6"289Notre Dame
#40Dan MathaOL
Erie, PAMcDowell

As a junior he was an Associated Press first team AAAA all-state selection.

6'6"311Pittsburgh
#41Thomas EdenfieldOL
Jacksonville, FLBartram Trail

Great frame, good feet and a big upside.

6'5"279South Florida
#42Grant CookOL
Jonesboro, ARJonesboro Senior

Tight end grew into an offensive lineman.

6'6"305Arkansas
#43Sam DeMartinisOL
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame

Has a lot of tools to work with physically

6'6"252California
#44Blake EmertOL
Garland, TXSachse

Sleeper tackle is a big talent and should be big for the Red Raiders.

6'5"275Texas Tech
#45Richard MuldrowOL
York, PAWilliam Penn

As a junior was first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state.

6'6"293Rutgers
#46Jatavious JacksonOL
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Expected to blow up his senior season.

6'4"270Florida St.
#47Charlie CarmichaelOL
Sherman Oaks, CANotre Dame

A real technician as a blocker

6'5"295Oregon
#48Paul HenryOL
Fort Smith, ARNorthside Senior

Lean with a huge upside.

6'8"270Arkansas St.
#49Markus ZusevicsOL
Arlington Heights, ILProspect

Has added size and strength this off season.

6'5"255Iowa
#50Doug WeaverOL
Roxboro, NCPerson High

Has been a starter since freshman year.

6'6"285Wake Forest
#51Clyde AufnerOL
Peculiar, MORaymore-Peculiar

Prince gets a major OL prospect with massive potential.

6'7"260Kansas St.
#52David SmithOL
Greenville, SCGreenville High School

Needs to add weight, but a superior athlete at offensive tackle.

6'5"254Clemson
#53Marquis FranklinOL
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

Combination of size, strength, and motor makes Franklin big time.

6'5"315
#54Alex WilliamsOL
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Will be interesting to track his progress after he missed his junior year.

6'4"220Oklahoma
#55Bearthur JohnsonOL
Hoboken, NJHoboken

Huge tackle prospect discovered by Terps first.

6'7"350Maryland
#56Mark WettererOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

Bouncing back from an injury, could move up as a senior

6'5"295Louisville
#57Brandon BrooksOL
Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee Riverside Univ

An emerging offensive tackle.

6'4"300Miami (OH)
#58Brad HallickOL
Pottsville, PAPottsville

Was named all-region as a junior.

6'6"275Stanford
#59Joe FaiellaOL
Freehold, NJFreehold Township

The Terps tag a good one.

6'4"285Maryland
#60James ShepherdOL
Hopkinsville, KYChristian County

Was outstanding at the Clemson NIKE Camp.

6'6"314Purdue
#61Alex NetterOL
Santa Rosa, CACardinal Newman

Helped team to state championship game.

6'4"250Northwestern
#62Kyle NunnOL
Sumter, SCSumter

Hard-nosed blocker with great feet.

6'5"265South Carolina
#63Nathan RichmanOL
Braintree, MAThayer Academy

One of the most athletic linemen in the East.

6'7"274Boston Coll.
#64Anthony GrossoOL
Matawan, NJMatawan

The Seminoles went North to get solid OL.

6'6"290Florida St.
#65Mark HuygeOL
Grand Rapids, MICatholic Central

Michigan knows OL and the Wolverines love Huyge.

6'6"280Michigan
#66Colton JenkinsOL
Winona, MS

Plays with a nasty streak.

6'6"280Mississippi St.
#67Jared McGahaOL
Powell, TNPowell

Another Tennessee player that developed as a senior.

6'6"280Michigan St.
#68Mike GarrityOL
Batavia, ILBatavia

Has the size of an offensive tackle but the skills of a defensive linemen.

6'6"255Illinois
#69Maurice HollowayOL
Orlando, FLLake Highland

Big prospect with upside.

6'6"321
#70Ethan AdkinsOL
Castle Rock, CODouglas County

Frame will allow him to get even stronger in the future

6'5"265Colorado