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moc182
03-23-2007, 07:34 AM
RANK NAME POSITION STATE GRADE SCHOOL
1 Will Hill ATH NJ 93 None
2 Terrelle Pryor ATH PA 93 None
3 Dan Buckner WR TX 92 Texas
4 Jermie Calhoun RB TX 91 Oklahoma
5 Julio Jones WR AL 90 None
6 A.J. Green WR SC 90 Georgia
7 Darrell Scott RB CA 89 None
8 Mike Floyd WR MN 88 None
9 Blaine Gabbert QB MO 88 None
10 Antoine Hicks ATH TX 87 Texas
11 Andrew Sweat ILB PA 86 None
12 Johnathan Baldwin TE PA 86 None
13 Braden Hanson QB NC 85 None
14 Daquan Bowers DT SC 85 Clemson
15 R.J. Washington DE TX 85 Oklahoma
16 Michael Brewster OT FL 84 None
17 Stephen Good OT TX 84 Oklahoma
18 T.J. Bryant CB FL 84 None
19 Aldarius Johnson WR FL 84 None
20 Jon Major OLB CO 84 None
21 Bacarri Rambo ATH GA 84 Georgia
22 Charles Whitlock CB SC 83 None
23 Nigel Carr OLB FL 83 None
24 E.J. Manuel QB VA 83 None
25 Richard Samuel RB GA 83 Georgia
26 Michael Mauti ILB LA 83 None
27 E.J. Woods S CA 83 None
28 Arthur Brown ILB KS 83 None
29 Marcus Forston DT FL 83 None
30 J.B. Shugarts OT TX 83 None
31 Aundre Dean RB TX 83 Texas A&M
32 Jameel Owens WR OK 83 None
33 Jordan Fields CB TX 83 Texas A&M
34 Landry Jones QB NM 83 None
35 Patrick Johnson CB FL 82 None
36 Emmanuel Acho OLB TX 82 Texas
37 Dayne Crist QB CA 82 None
38 Nolan Brewster S CO 82 Texas
39 Shayne Hale ILB PA 82 None
40 Toby Jackson DE GA 82 None
41 Dwayne Allen TE NC 82 Georgia
42 Chancey Aghayere DE TX 82 None
43 Robert Blanton S NC 82 None
44 Vaughn Dotsy OG CA 82 None
45 Blake Ayles TE CA 82 None
46 Spencer Adams S NC 82 None
47 Eddie Whitley S NC 82 None
48 Jerell Harris OLB AL 82 None
49 Daniel Franklin ILB GA 82 Oklahoma
50 Brandon Moore TE OH 82 None
51 D.J. Shoemate RB CA 82 USC
52 Tyler Love OT AL 82 None
53 Jarvis Humphrey DT TX 82 Texas
54 Tyler Edwards TE LA 81 None
55 Mike Adams OT OH 81 Ohio State
56 Kendall Wright ATH TX 81 Texas A&M
57 Derrick Hall ATH TX 81 Texas A&M
58 Aaron Douglas TE TN 81 Tennessee
59 Josh Haden RB MD 81 None
60 Brice Butler WR GA 81 None
61 Kyle Long OT VA 81 None
62 Anthony Dye CB CA 81 UCLA
63 Dravannti Johnson ILB TX 81 Texas A&M
64 Anthony McDonald ILB CA 81 None
65 Kyle Rudolph TE OH 81 None
66 David Snow OG TX 81 Texas
67 Mike Cruz TE PA 81 None
68 Kelly Page QB TX 81 None
69 Kyle Mangan ILB TX 81 Texas A&M
70 Terrell Manning OLB NC 81 None
71 Tauren Poole RB GA 81 Tennessee
72 Luke Nix DT PA 81 None
73 Joseph Fauria TE CA 81 None
74 Jeff Fuller WR TX 81 None
75 Greg Childs WR AR 81 None
76 Jewhan Edwards DT PA 80 None
77 Ryan Roberson ILB TX 80 Texas
78 Nick Crissman QB CA 80 None
79 Ben Habern OC TX 80 None
80 Dann O'Neill OT MI 80 Michigan
81 Nic DiLillo TE OH 80 None
82 Templeton Hardy DT MS 80 None
83 Ryan Bass RB CA 80 None
84 Sam McGuffie RB TX 80 None
85 Marquan Jones WR SC 80 Clemson
86 Lamar Harris WR TX 80 Texas A&M
87 Sean Fisher S NE 80 None
88 Brandon Beachum RB OH 80 None
89 Jack Ramsey ATH IL 80 None
90 Marquan Brown RB NC 80 None
91 Khaled Holmes OT CA 80 None
92 Justin Johnson RB TX 80 Oklahoma
93 Martin Ward RB GA 80 Georgia
94 Anthony Bibbs RB TX 80 None
95 Omar Hunter DT GA 80 None
96 Jeffrey Hyde OT TX 80 Texas A&M
97 Roderick Davis DT TX 80 Texas A&M
98 Trevor Robinson OG NE 80 None
99 Tony Gillespie DT OK 80 Oklahoma State
100 Keon Furtch S TX 80 Texas A&M
101 Andrew Luck QB TX 80 None
102 Tyler Wilson QB AR 80 None
103 B.J. Brand OG GA 79 Georgia
104 Datone Jones DE CA 79 UCLA
105 Kenneth Page OT SC 79 None
106 Mark Buchanan OT TX 79 Texas
107 Kapron Lewis-Moore DE TX 79 None
108 Zebrie Sanders OT OH 79 None
109 Matt Kalil OT CA 79 USC
110 Nick Florence QB TX 79 Baylor
111 Tommy Streeter WR FL 79 None
112 Collins Okafor RB NE 79 Nebraska
113 Brandon Newman DT KY 79 None
114 Damion Square DE TX 79 Texas A&M
115 Tyler Westphal DE WI 79 Wisconsin
116 R.J. Mattes OT NC 79 None
117 Sean Cwynar DT IL 79 Notre Dame
118 Darius Banks QB CA 79 None
119 British Footman RB FL 79 None
120 Garrett Goebel DT IL 79 None
121 Chase Thomas DE GA 79 None
122 Brandon Lewis DE AL 79 Alabama
123 Andrew Jones TE MO 79 Missouri
124 Onterrio McCalebb RB FL 79 None
125 Brandon Green WR IL 79 None
126 Brandon Barnes RB NC 79 None
127 Brandon Davis RB GA 79 None
128 Averin Collier RB NY 79 None
129 Jeremy Hills RB TX 79 Texas
130 P.J. Lonergan OT LA 79 LSU
131 Matt Scott QB CA 78 None
132 Austin Holt TE UT 78 BYU
133 Daniel Campbell OT TX 78 None
134 Tommy Dorman QB TX 78 Texas A&M
135 Kody Spano QB TX 78 Oklahoma State
136 Kyle Parker QB FL 78 Clemson
137 Antwon Moutra WR CA 78 UCLA
138 Michael Williams DE AL 78 Alabama
139 Maurice Simmons ILB CA 78 USC
140 D.C. Jefferson QB FL 78 None
141 Darrius Barksdale RB MS 78 None
142 Darron Thomas QB TX 78 None
143 A.J. Harmon OG GA 78 None
144 Brent Burnette QB TN 78 None
145 Marty Everett DT FL 78 None
146 Micanor Regis DT FL 78 None
147 Scott Vallone DT NY 78 None
148 Zach Schlink OG AZ 78 None
149 A.J. Alexander ATH PA 78 None
150 Donald Monroe CB TX 78 Texas

Jericho@SC
03-23-2007, 07:39 AM
That's cool, but what does ESPN know about recruiting?

Newbs24
03-23-2007, 10:02 AM
It is, quite possibly the WORST LIST I have ever seen. Mods on our Rivals site say that they have never seen scouts from Scouts Inc. or ESPN at any camps or combines. ZERO. They suck.

moc182
03-23-2007, 10:32 AM
It is, quite possibly the WORST LIST I have ever seen. Mods on our Rivals site say that they have never seen scouts from Scouts Inc. or ESPN at any camps or combines. ZERO. They suck.


Yea it is quite bad, no Nigel Bradham blows my mind.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-23-2007, 11:48 AM
Not having A.J. Green or even Jones as the number one wideout is laughable. Thats the biggest joke.

princefielder28
03-23-2007, 11:53 AM
Well Wisconsin has one!!! The Big 12 has alot though

ironman4579
03-23-2007, 11:54 AM
ESPN 150 is always awful. Scouts Inc is simply pathetic 99% of the time.

BUSTKUNTLAWL
03-23-2007, 12:29 PM
Are you guys saying I should stop paying for Scouts Inc? I thought they were the best. =[

gstock05
03-23-2007, 01:31 PM
The highest rated guy from Ohio in a very talented year for Ohio is 50. Mike Adams at 55 is a joke, then completely leaving off Devoe Torrence, Danny Mcarthy, and Jake Stoneburner is even more of a joke. Zebrie Sanders has no place on this list either...

bwillie26
03-23-2007, 02:12 PM
Nice to see 3 Nebraska kids in the top 150. But to have Sean Fisher rated as the best is laughable. Moreso, it's laughable to not have Baker Steinkuhler as the best of that bunch. Just watch his Rivals video to see how he absolutely man-handles the opposition. I would be utterly SHOCKED if he isn't a high 4*-low 5* when the rankings come out.

Plus, Andrew Luck is the 101st best in the country? Wow.

snuff
03-23-2007, 02:17 PM
What is your obsession with Deveo Torrence Gstock... Rivals didn't have him in their 100 or 250 to watch either.

CC
03-23-2007, 02:45 PM
Army AA Jr. Combine MVP and likely 5* CB Boubacar Cissoko didn't even make the list.

reigle9
03-23-2007, 02:54 PM
It is, quite possibly the WORST LIST I have ever seen. Mods on our Rivals site say that they have never seen scouts from Scouts Inc. or ESPN at any camps or combines. ZERO. They suck.

I believe that. They really are clueless about everything. Andrew Sweat being at 11 is cool though I guess even though he's probably the third or fourth best player in PA.

gstock05
03-23-2007, 08:11 PM
What is your obsession with Deveo Torrence Gstock... Rivals didn't have him in their 100 or 250 to watch either.

Nothing... but to not have him in the top 150 is rediculous. I ripped rivals list too for not having him on it. Most Ohio experts had him top 2 in the state, and many said after watching him last year he was best player regardless of class. I generally give more credit to state analysts over national analysts. And to have Nick Dillillo on the list where most Ohio experts would only put him around #15 on the list, when a prospect who some ohio experts think might be even better than Mike Adams is off it, I gotta call the bs flag.

critesy
03-23-2007, 08:14 PM
everyone should goto auburn or they will suck, i have stats.

Michigan
03-23-2007, 09:38 PM
are they simple not aware of who Boubacar Cissoko is?

elway777
03-23-2007, 11:20 PM
They listed D.J. Shoemate at runningback, after that I stopped looking.

That and no Rahim Moore.

reigle9
03-23-2007, 11:33 PM
They listed D.J. Shoemate at runningback, after that I stopped looking.

That and no Rahim Moore.

How would you know if you stopped looking? :) Just bustin' balls.

gstock05
03-23-2007, 11:41 PM
They listed Nigel Bradham as "Nigel Carr"....... enough said

metafour
03-23-2007, 11:47 PM
They listed Nigel Bradham as "Nigel Carr"....... enough said

No they didn't. Nigel Carr is a separate Florida linebacker who has garnered some early offers.

elway777
03-23-2007, 11:57 PM
How would you know if you stopped looking? :) Just bustin' balls.


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Homicide
03-24-2007, 09:43 AM
Cant belive how many of those recruits are coming from Texas!

gbpackers0065
03-25-2007, 05:49 PM
Will Hill if he plays safety is more in the 10-20 range

bored of education
03-25-2007, 07:13 PM
TERRIBLE LIST.

Todd McShay probably helped. Guy fuckign sucks

Space Ghost
03-27-2007, 04:26 PM
The list is balls but at least there are about 8 Texas A&M guys up there already :D

DoWnThEfiElD
03-28-2007, 06:22 PM
Will Hill if he plays safety is more in the 10-20 range


No still 1-5 range

leftwich7
03-28-2007, 06:28 PM
I know with basketball, Scout.com seems to be better than Rivals but with football I know to never trust ESPN, i just check out both scout and rivals and make my conclusions from that. Also is Terrell Pryor playing two sports or one in college

metafour
03-28-2007, 08:19 PM
No still 1-5 range

What makes Hill so good as a Safety? I really dont follow recruiting that far up North so I really have no idea, but Will Hill is drawing an awful lot of attention yet his stats against NJ competition look pedestrian (as a defensive player). I understand his physical skills are good (although they're nothing earth shattering), but why exactly is a kid who put up 50-some tackles and 3 interceptions a Top 5 OVERALL player as a Safety? To me it seems like his hype is stemming from the fact that he could play multiple positions at the next level, but as a Safety he really doesn't seem to stick out that much stats wise. Go check out Dee Finley, physical measurements are as good as Hill and his stats on defense are much better against better competition. Dont even need to mention Rahim Moore who has put up some huge numbers as a DB the past two years out in Cali.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-31-2007, 02:49 PM
I haven't watched too much of Hill at Safety, compared to the video of him at QB, but i hear from people who do that he is on par with Taylor Mays. And yes some of his ranking does have to do with his versatility.

bernbabybern820
04-06-2007, 12:57 PM
I haven't watched too much of Hill at Safety, compared to the video of him at QB, but i hear from people who do that he is on par with Taylor Mays. And yes some of his ranking does have to do with his versatility.

ive seen his past two state games and he has great range is all over the field. He still looks pretty thin so he could definitely put on 10 pounds easily. He has pretty good pop too for a guy his size.

elway777
04-06-2007, 08:21 PM
USC is recruiting Will Hill as a corner...

ThePudge
04-07-2007, 11:24 AM
Nick Moody, S, PA (Roman Catholic) not on the list makes it as you guys have said, laughable. Moody was down at Florida and Florida State a couple weekends ago talking to Urban Meyer and Bobby Bowden. Those are his top two, as he's opted to go south rather than stay north at Penn State or Ohio State, both which he visited and didn't like. Maryland is another college that brought him down for a visit, though he said he didn't really like it there either.

To fill you in, Nick Moody is a 6'2 215 Safety who runs a legit 4.45 right now, he has a highlight tape up on youtube. This past year he played CB out of team need, and now his coach is trying play him at MLB. He seems to be flying under the media's radar, but has blown up the Combines he's been to, has performed very well at the HS level, and has one of the best work ethics I've ever seen. He's getting big time college attention.

Jewhan Edwards on the list is a joke as well. Physically, he deserves this: standing at almost 6'3 325 lbs running in the realm of 5.0-5.1. He's a monster, very strong, very big and very athletic, but has a poor work ethic to say the least. He runs hot and cold and really doesn't play with any heart. If he turns his character around, he could be scary, but I doubt it as he really doesn't even seem to care about football in the slightest bit.

Music and Football
04-10-2007, 08:29 PM
No Nigel Bradham?

gstock05
04-11-2007, 01:25 PM
No Nigel Bradham?

ESPN. Nuff' said.

georgiafan
04-11-2007, 01:38 PM
3 in the top 25 for UGA


Since AJ Green committed so early he will drop in the rankings

scottyboy
04-21-2007, 11:06 AM
Will Hill is moving to WR this year. My very good friend told me in class that he is transvering to ST Peters prep(where Hill plays) and the my friend will play safety and/or QB. Hill will move to WR b/c of his sick speed and athleticism. its not a gurantee Hill will or will not play safety

kwilk103
04-23-2007, 11:38 PM
pryor wants to play both

supposedly its between osu, psu, pitt, wvu

wvu was like 4th now it'll get interesting with huggins as the bball coach

songofthesword
04-29-2007, 07:22 PM
Matt Hall, a 6-8 320LB Tackle from Dardnelle AR, and quite possibly the best O-lineman arkansas has produced in the last 10 years (shawn andrews), isn't on the list, and is a top 40 player on rivals

DoWnThEfiElD
04-29-2007, 09:38 PM
Will Hill is moving to WR this year. My very good friend told me in class that he is transvering to ST Peters prep(where Hill plays) and the my friend will play safety and/or QB. Hill will move to WR b/c of his sick speed and athleticism. its not a gurantee Hill will or will not play safety


I have a hard time seeing Hill not playing safety this year, considering thats where he is getting recruited for by almost, if not all schools.