Rank Photo Player Pos Ht Wt 40 Time High School Commitment Comments
76 Richetti Jones
DL 6-3 235 4.55 Dallas Lincoln, TX Oklahoma St. This season he showed exceptional speed, movement skills and the ability to get up field in a hurry. He's a relentless pass rusher who is quick as a cat and very strong at the point of attack. Has the frame to weigh around 260 to 270 pounds
77 Ray Carter
RB 6-1 185 4.50 Los Angeles, CA UCLA A natural TB with surprising power, he does a great job of finishing off his runs. This season he showed great vision, speed, he hit the hole quickly and with purpose showing the ability to break tackles and proved to be exciting in the open field
78 Kodi Burns
QB 6-2 195 4.55 Fort Smith Northside, AR Auburn He really improved this season making smart decisions and proved to be dangerous while on the rollout. A very tough to defend QB with a live arm and great running skills.
79 Golden Tate
DT 5-11 175 4.40 Hendersonville Pope John Paul III, TN Notre Dame One of the more versatile ball players in the country and also proved to be one of the more explosive ones. This season he showed exceptional quickness, body control and speed when both running and catching. State's top return man
80 Ryan Pugh
OL 6-2 275 5.20 Hoover, AL Auburn Ranks as the nation's premier OC prospect showing explosive moves and an aggressive attitude. He played both LT and OC this season. Averaged over 90% in his blocking assignments.
81 Keenan Robinson
DT 6-3 210 4.50 Plano East, TX Texas An impact player at the OLB position and the state of Texas' #1 LB prospect. This season Keenan showed great range, made a lot of plays from sideline to sideline got good leverage and read offenses well.
82 Stefoin Francis
DB 6-0 190 4.50 Reserve East St. John, LA LSU The word here is potential. He put together a pretty good senior year at times dominating the opposition. Known for his hard hitting style of play, right now he's a better run defender than pass defender. Has the frame to grow into a LB
83 Chris Little
OL 6-5 340 5.10 Jeffersonville Twiggs County, GA Georgia He has allowed only 1 sack in his prep career. Blessed with long arms, quick feet and a tenacious attitude. He's perfectly suited for the LT position. Graded out at over 90% in his blocking assignments
84 Bradley Stephens
RB 5-10 185 4.50 McAllen Memorial, TX Texas A&M A prep difference maker with the vision, speed and strength to make a major impact as a true freshman. He showed breakaway speed, vision, hands and determination. He did a great job of finishing off his runs and averaged over 10 yds per carry.
85 Marshall Jones
FS 6-0 185 4.50 Westlake Village Oaks Christian, CA USC A sideline to sideline hitter who transitioned well to tailback after Marc Tyler injured himself.
86 Mark Barnes
WR 6-2 195 4.58 Columbia Richland Northeast, SC South Carolina A big bodied WR who is not a blazer but shows strong hands, quick feet and he will not go down without a fight. I also like him this season at FS where he proved to be a big hitter and he showed quickness to the ball and very quick direction change
87 Drew Davis
WR 6-0 210 4.48 Denver Montbello, CO Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year for the state. He is a good sized receiver who can make the acrobatic catch look routine. This season, though double teamed, he still averaged over 20 yds per catch.
88 Malcolm Williams
WR 6-3 205 4.39 Garland, TX Texas Super fast with great hands, he's a five-star receiver who is smart and quick with a surprising toughness. He showed exceptional moves and proved to be very dangerous in the open field. A natural receiver who plays on a run oriented team.
89 Travian Robertson
DL 6-4 240 4.80 Laurinburg Scotland County, NC South Carolina Strong pass rusher that dominates the edge, came off a junior year where he tore his ACL and bounced back.
90 Chris Jacobson
OL 6-3 285 5.00 Pittsburgh Keystone Oaks, PA Pitt Dominant in San Antonio in practices against East DL, had 136 pancake blocks this season. 1st Team All-State.
91 Ryan Houston
RB 6-2 245 4.60 Matthews Butler, NC North Carolina One of the best big backs in the nation. This season Ryan used his power, balance and surprising speed to dominate the competition. He has averaged 7 yds per carry in his prep career and is known for his hard charging style of play. Runs downhill
92 Jon Dwyer
RB 6-0 200 4.40 Marietta Kell, GA Georgia Tech Great vision, breakaway speed, balance and agility. He also proved to be very difficult to bring down and is a hard runner between the tackles and he excelled once he got outside.
93 Michael McNeil
DB 6-2 195 4.40 Mobile Davidson, AL Auburn A physically gifted two-way performer and a competitive ball player with great range. He proved to be a hard hitting and instinctive FS in 2006 and a sure handed receiver with all the way kind of speed on offense. I like him better at FS
94 CJ Peake
DB 6-2 215 4.46 Trotwood-Madison, WI Louisville One of the country's more physical FS prospects, he showed great anticipation, hit like a ton of bricks and was rarely caught out of position in 2006. A fluid athlete who took great pursuit angles and who could match up with any WR in the state.
95 Nick Sukay
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FS 6-2 200 4.55 Greensburg Central Catholic, PA Penn State This guy is a physical ball player who shows pretty good instincts, enormous strength for a safety and a big heart. This season he proved to be one of the more aggressive ball players in western PA and was also a big play receiver showing good leaps
96 Jerimy Finch
DB 6-1 205 4.60 Indianapolis Warren Central, IN Florida The #1 prospect in the state of Indiana, he showed great anticipation, range and speed to the ball in 2006. A very tough and aggressive player who is physical in press coverage and against the run
97 Will Blackwell
DL 6-4 295 5.00 West Monroe, LA LSU Ranks as one of the nation's premier DT prospects, he's a nimble-footed 295 pounder. He excelled at stopping the run, did a good job of applying pressure on the QB and showed outstanding footwork.
98 Nick Gentry
DT 6-3 265 4.70 Prattville, AL Alabama a thick, strong, energetic and aggressive DT who never lets up. This season he proved to be very difficult to handle even when double-teamed, he's a bull rusher with a very good swim move. He also displayed a spin move in his arsenal.
99 Trinton Sturdivant
OL 6-4 285 5.10 Wadesboro Anson, NC Georgia The #1 OL prospect in North Carolina did not disappoint this season proving to be an outstanding athlete who can bend his knees, shows superior strength at the point of attack and blocked well in space.
100 Logan Gray
DT 6-2 185 4.40 Columbia Rock Bridge, MO Georgia A superior athlete who shows great poise in the face of pressure and is built like Joe Montana. He's an unassuming, natural athlete. He has a short, quick and compact throwing motion and gets rid of the ball in a hurry
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