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    Just a look back at the 2002 recruiting class... a discussion about who lived up to the hype... who didnt... who surprised and where they are now... open discussion
    1 Vincent YoungHouston (TX) Madison QB 6-5/195 Texas
    2 Haloti NgataSalt Lake City (UT) Highlands DT 6-5/310 Oregon
    3 Lorenzo BookerVentura (CA) St. Bonaventure RB 5-11/178 Florida State
    4 Ben OlsonThousand Oaks (CA) QB 6-5/205 list
    5 Reggie McNealLufkin (TX) Lufkin ATH 6-2/210 Texas A&M
    6 Chris DavisSt. Petersburg (FL) Catholic ATH 6-0/170 Florida State
    7 Ryan MooreOrlando (FL) Dr. Phillips WR 6-4/188 Miami-FL
    8 Marcus VickNewport News (VA) Warwick High QB 6-0/185 Virginia Tech
    9 Leon WashingtonJacksonville (FL) Andrew Jackson DB 5-10/180 Florida State
    10 Ciatrick FasonJacksonville (FL) Fletcher RB 6-1/210 Florida
    11 Kai ParhamVirginia Beach (VA) Princess Anne DE 6-4/230 Virginia
    12 Gerald Riggs Jr.Chattanooga (TN) Red Bank RB 6-0/220 Tennessee
    13 Rodrique WrightAlief (TX) Hastings DT 6-5/330 Texas
    14 Michael JohnsonNewport News (VA) Heritage High RB 5-10/180 Virginia
    15 Justin BlalockPlano (TX) East OL 6-4/325 Texas
    16 DiShon PlattPunta Gorda (FL) Charlotte High School WR 6-0/170 Florida State
    17 Ricardo HurleyGreenwood (SC) LB 6-3/235 South Carolina
    18 Nathan RhodesBakersfield (CA) East OL 6-7/305 Washington
    19 Brandon JeffriesShelby (NC) Crest OL 6-5/265 Tennessee
    20 Trent EdwardsLos Gatos (CA) QB 6-4/190 Stanford
    21 Deljuan RobinsonHernando (MS) DE 6-4/288 Mississippi State
    22 Jerious NorwoodBrandon (MS) RB 6-1/200 Mississippi State
    23 Marquis JohnsonChampaign (IL) Centennial High School WR 6-3/190 Texas
    24 Derek MorrisHuntersville (NC) North Mecklenburg OL 6-6/350 NC State
    25 Darren WilliamsClarksdale (MS) DB 6-3/205 Mississippi State
    26 Pat WatkinsTallahassee (FL) Lincoln High School DB 6-4/190 Florida State
    27 Ahmad BrooksWoodbridge (VA) C.D. Hylton LB 6-3/230 Virginia
    28 Devin HesterRiviera Beach (FL) Suncoast DB 5-11/180 Miami-FL
    29 Mike D'AndreaAvon Lake (OH) LB 6-3/230 Ohio State
    30 James BanksIndianapolis (IN) Ben Davis QB 6-3/195 Tennessee
    31 Zach LatimerAurora (CO) Gateway High School LB 6-4/215 Oklahoma
    32 Ben ObomanuSelma (AL) WR 6-2/182 Auburn
    33 Gabriel WatsonSouthfield (MI) DT 6-4/320 Michigan
    34 Jonathan MapuKahuku (HI) DE 6-3/265 Tennessee
    35 Edorian McCulloughGarland (TX) North Garland DB 5-11/190 Texas
    36 Marcedes LewisLong Beach (CA) Poly TE 6-6/233 UCLA
    37 Maurice ClarettWarren (OH) Harding RB 6-0/230 Ohio State
    38 Bryan PickrylJenks (OK) DE 6-6/225 Texas
    39 Lonnie DavisJacksonville (FL) Ed White DE 6-4/255 Florida State
    40 Justin ZwickMassillon (OH) Washington High School QB 6-4/205 Ohio State
    41 A.J. NicholsonWinston-Salem (NC) Mount Tabor LB 6-2/232 Florida State
    42 Rhema McKnightLa Palma (CA) Kennedy High WR 6-3/180 Notre Dame
    43 Julian JenkinsCollege Park (GA) Woodward Academy DE 6-5/230 Stanford
    44 Marvin ByrdsongLongview (TX) LB 6-3/235 Mississippi State
    45 Marcus JacksonNorcross (GA) DE 6-3/235 Georgia
    46 Kyle WilliamsDallas (TX) Highland Park OL 6-7/271 Southern Cal
    47 DaBryan BlantonForney (TX) ATH 6-0/165 Oklahoma
    48 DeShawn WynnCincinnati (OH) Reading RB 6-0/215 Florida
    49 Kedric GolstonTyrone (GA) Sandy Creek DT 6-5/285 Georgia
    50 Justin VincentLake Charles (LA) Barbe RB 6-0/205 LSU
    51 Eric WinstonMidland (TX) Lee TE 6-7/255 Miami-FL
    52 Darnell BingLong Beach (CA) Poly DB 6-2/205 Southern Cal
    53 Aaron HarrisMesquite (TX) North Mesquite LB 6-0/230 Texas
    54 Richard WashingtonFort Myers (FL) WR 6-1/175 NC State
    55 Jarrad PageSan Leandro (CA) San Leandro DB 6-1/190 UCLA
    56 Winston JusticeLong Beach (CA) Poly OL 6-7/297 Southern Cal
    57 Gavin DickeyTallahassee (FL) Lincoln High School QB 6-0/190 Florida
    58 Kamerion WimbleyWichita (KS) Northwest High DE 6-4/225 Florida State
    59 Tamba HaliTeaneck (NJ) DE 6-4/245 Penn State
    60 Jason CarterJenks (OK) Jenks DB 6-0/178 Oklahoma
    61 Chris BakerOsceola (AR) ATH 6-2/185 Arkansas
    62 Hershel DennisLong Beach (CA) Poly RB 5-11/190 Southern Cal
    63 David RichardSt. Louis (MO) Hazelwood East RB 6-2/220 Michigan State
    64 Tony UgohSpring (TX) Westfield OL 6-6/275 Arkansas
    65 Jason AllenMuscle Shoals (AL) ATH 6-2/200 Tennessee
    66 Derek LandriConcord (CA) De La Salle High School OL 6-3/280 Notre Dame
    67 Lester Ricard Jr.Denham Springs (LA) Amite QB 6-4/195 LSU
    68 Doug DatishWarren (OH) Howland High School OL 6-5/285 Ohio State
    69 Donny MateakiHonolulu (HI) Iolani DE 6-6/260 Washington
    70 Parys HaralsonCanton (MS) Madison Central DE 6-2/235 Tennessee
    71 Eric McNealGardena (CA) Serra DB 6-4/195 UCLA
    72 Quinn PitcockPiqua (OH) DT 6-4/285 Ohio State
    73 Mario WhitneyJackson (MO) Jackson RB 6-0/190 Missouri
    74 Aaron MillerFresno (CA) Edison High DB 6-2/175 Oklahoma
    75 Selvin YoungHouston (TX) Jersey Village RB 6-0/195 Texas
    76 Akieem JollaNew Orleans (LA) St. Augustine WR 6-2/180 Miami-FL
    77 Aaron KirklandFayetteville (NC) Jack Britt TE 6-5/240 Tennessee
    78 David HorneOmaha (NE) Central High School RB 6-0/195 Nebraska
    79 Nick TurnerAtlanta (GA) Washington High School RB 5-11/191 Mississippi State
    80 A.J. DavisDurham (NC) Northern High DB 6-0/177 NC State
    81 Chase PittmanShreveport (LA) Evangel Christian DT 6-4/265 Texas
    82 Manuel WrightLong Beach (CA) Poly DT 6-7/315 Southern Cal
    83 Jonathan WadeShreveport (LA) Evangel Christian ATH 5-11/180 Tennessee
    84 Montae PittsLoachapoka (AL) ATH 6-1/180 Auburn
    85 Heath BenedictHighstown (NJ) The Peddie School OL 6-6/285 Tennessee
    86 Kyle BrownWest Bloomfield (MI) WR 6-1/195 Michigan State
    87 Micheal HawkinsCarrollton (TX) Turner DB 6-1/170 Oklahoma
    88 Devin AromashoduMiami (FL) Springs Senior WR 6-2/185 Auburn
    89 Neale TweedieAllen (TX) Allen OL 6-5/260 Texas
    90 Blake MackeyBakersfield (CA) WR 6-3/185 Colorado
    91 Anthony MartinezAshland (VA) Patrick Henry QB 6-4/220 Virginia
    92 William CooperFlint (MI) Northern High School DB 6-1/185 Michigan State
    93 Randy HandFort Myers (FL) Estero OL 6-6/300 Florida
    94 Nate HarrisMiami (FL) Edison LB 6-2/212 Miami-FL
    95 Rob SmithFort Thomas (KY) Highlands High School OL 6-4/290 Tennessee
    96 Matt GutierrezConcord (CA) De La Salle High School QB 6-4/208 Michigan
    97 Curtis JustusPerry (OK) Perry TE 6-7/210 Miami-FL
    98 Davin JosephHallandale (FL) OL 6-4/290 Oklahoma
    99 Kyle WilliamsRuston (LA) DT 6-3/290 LSU
    100 Jim UnisGloucester (MA) DE 6-5/225 Boston College

    P.S sorry for the jumble.. it looks diff when i go to post.. and i cant figure out how to change it so my bad..

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    23 Marquis Johnson Champaign (IL) Centennial High School WR 6-3/190 Texas

    Whatever happened to this kid?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
      23 Marquis Johnson Champaign (IL) Centennial High School WR 6-3/190 Texas

      Whatever happened to this kid?
      went to junior college for a year then redshirted for the red raiders... spent last season learning the offence and figures to be a decent contributor for them next season..

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      • #4
        I could be wrong but im pretty sure thats the deal with him

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        • #5
          Texas had 3 5* recruits that didn't finish - and still managed to have one of the greatest recruiting classes of all-time.

          I think it is fair to say Vince Young lived up to his number 1 ranking.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by HoopsDemon12 View Post
            34 Jonathan MapuKahuku (HI) DE 6-3/265 Tennessee
            That's my homie!

            I like how it still has Chase Pittman to Texas.. lol I didn't know Lorenzo Booker went to Bonnies.. He should have went to USC
            Last edited by YAYareaRB; 06-15-2007, 12:14 PM.


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            • #7
              1 Vincent YoungHouston (TX) Madison QB 6-5/195 Texas
              2 Haloti NgataSalt Lake City (UT) Highlands DT 6-5/310 Oregon
              9 Leon WashingtonJacksonville (FL) Andrew Jackson DB 5-10/180 Florida State
              22 Jerious NorwoodBrandon (MS) RB 6-1/200 Mississippi State
              26 Pat WatkinsTallahassee (FL) Lincoln High School DB 6-4/190 Florida State
              27 Ahmad BrooksWoodbridge (VA) C.D. Hylton LB 6-3/230 Virginia
              28 Devin HesterRiviera Beach (FL) Suncoast DB 5-11/180 Miami-FL
              36 Marcedes LewisLong Beach (CA) Poly TE 6-6/233 UCLA
              59 Tamba HaliTeaneck (NJ) DE 6-4/245 Penn State
              99 Kyle WilliamsRuston (LA) DT 6-3/290 LSU

              Have all showed promise so far.

              Then there are 2nd and 3rd year guys who haven't really gotten a chance yet.

              5 Reggie McNealLufkin (TX) Lufkin ATH 6-2/210 Texas A&M
              10 Ciatrick FasonJacksonville (FL) Fletcher RB 6-1/210 Florida
              13 Rodrique WrightAlief (TX) Hastings DT 6-5/330 Texas
              32 Ben ObomanuSelma (AL) WR 6-2/182 Auburn
              33 Gabriel WatsonSouthfield (MI) DT 6-4/320 Michigan
              51 Eric WinstonMidland (TX) Lee TE 6-7/255 Miami-FL
              52 Darnell BingLong Beach (CA) Poly DB 6-2/205 Southern Cal
              56 Winston JusticeLong Beach (CA) Poly OL 6-7/297 Southern Cal
              65 Jason AllenMuscle Shoals (AL) ATH 6-2/200 Tennessee
              88 Devin AromashoduMiami (FL) Springs Senior WR 6-2/185 Auburn


              The rookies.

              15 Justin BlalockPlano (TX) East OL 6-4/325 Texas
              20 Trent EdwardsLos Gatos (CA) QB 6-4/190 Stanford
              42 Rhema McKnightLa Palma (CA) Kennedy High WR 6-3/180 Notre Dame
              48 DeShawn WynnCincinnati (OH) Reading RB 6-0/215 Florida
              50 Justin VincentLake Charles (LA) Barbe RB 6-0/205 LSU
              64 Tony UgohSpring (TX) Westfield OL 6-6/275 Arkansas

              And then there is is:

              8 Marcus VickNewport News (VA) Warwick High QB 6-0/185 Virginia Tech
              37 Maurice ClarettWarren (OH) Harding RB 6-0/230 Ohio State


              I probably leaving a few people off.
              Last edited by constant cough; 06-15-2007, 12:55 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by constant cough View Post
                1 Vincent YoungHouston (TX) Madison QB 6-5/195 Texas
                2 Haloti NgataSalt Lake City (UT) Highlands DT 6-5/310 Oregon
                9 Leon WashingtonJacksonville (FL) Andrew Jackson DB 5-10/180 Florida State
                22 Jerious NorwoodBrandon (MS) RB 6-1/200 Mississippi State
                26 Pat WatkinsTallahassee (FL) Lincoln High School DB 6-4/190 Florida State
                27 Ahmad BrooksWoodbridge (VA) C.D. Hylton LB 6-3/230 Virginia
                28 Devin HesterRiviera Beach (FL) Suncoast DB 5-11/180 Miami-FL
                36 Marcedes LewisLong Beach (CA) Poly TE 6-6/233 UCLA
                59 Tamba HaliTeaneck (NJ) DE 6-4/245 Penn State
                99 Kyle WilliamsRuston (LA) DT 6-3/290 LSU

                Have all showed promise so far.

                Then there are 2nd and 3rd year guys who haven't really gotten a chance yet.

                5 Reggie McNealLufkin (TX) Lufkin ATH 6-2/210 Texas A&M
                10 Ciatrick FasonJacksonville (FL) Fletcher RB 6-1/210 Florida
                13 Rodrique WrightAlief (TX) Hastings DT 6-5/330 Texas
                32 Ben ObomanuSelma (AL) WR 6-2/182 Auburn
                33 Gabriel WatsonSouthfield (MI) DT 6-4/320 Michigan
                51 Eric WinstonMidland (TX) Lee TE 6-7/255 Miami-FL
                52 Darnell BingLong Beach (CA) Poly DB 6-2/205 Southern Cal
                56 Winston JusticeLong Beach (CA) Poly OL 6-7/297 Southern Cal
                65 Jason AllenMuscle Shoals (AL) ATH 6-2/200 Tennessee
                88 Devin AromashoduMiami (FL) Springs Senior WR 6-2/185 Auburn


                The rookies.

                15 Justin BlalockPlano (TX) East OL 6-4/325 Texas
                20 Trent EdwardsLos Gatos (CA) QB 6-4/190 Stanford
                42 Rhema McKnightLa Palma (CA) Kennedy High WR 6-3/180 Notre Dame
                48 DeShawn WynnCincinnati (OH) Reading RB 6-0/215 Florida
                50 Justin VincentLake Charles (LA) Barbe RB 6-0/205 LSU
                64 Tony UgohSpring (TX) Westfield OL 6-6/275 Arkansas

                And then there is is:

                8 Marcus VickNewport News (VA) Warwick High QB 6-0/185 Virginia Tech
                37 Maurice ClarettWarren (OH) Harding RB 6-0/230 Ohio State


                I probably leaving a few people off.

                The Prison Cell Block F Football Team is gonna have a nice QB/RB combo to run the option ;)

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                • #9
                  This was a great recruiting class. Most of these guys atleast turned out to be pretty decent.

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                  • #10
                    AJ Hawk (10)


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by YAYareaRB View Post
                      AJ Hawk (10)
                      ya.. l like it when little known prospects become extremly good players... like Poz and Shaw... hawk isnt on there right.. i looked twice but could have missed it

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                      • #12
                        Earl Bennett people. He was a 3star and he rewritin the record books of the SEC

                        http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com...=29743&sport=1
                        Last edited by Green Bay Scat; 06-15-2007, 10:32 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Green Bay Scat View Post
                          Earl Bennett people. He was a 3star and he rewritin the record books of the SEC

                          http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com...=29743&sport=1
                          and my tied for my favorite wide reciever of this class with adarius bowman... i think bennett will be great

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by YAYareaRB View Post
                            AJ Hawk (10)
                            i love it!!

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                            • #15
                              2002 was a turning point for Rutgers, recruiting-wise. It was the first time Schiano pulled in a really Big East-caliber class, instead of fighting the Lehighs and Lafayettes of the world for recruits.

                              A lot of the big names washed out, but the Scarlet Knights did land two cornerstones in Ryan Hart and Brian Leonard. Those additions helped build credibility in the years to come.

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