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(NOTE: Michigan is no longer recruiting QB's)
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Brian Caldwell Erie, PA. 6'3" 205 4.8 He is one of the top 3 QB's in PA; Penn St., Michigan, and Maryland are his top 3 choices. - Jim Daugherty Evansville, Ill 6'3" 175 4.7 One of the top QB's in Illinois. - Rohan Davey Miami, FL 6-3 212 4.75 Looking at U-M,FSU,TEX,LSU,ND & MIA; reported to be favoring LSU currently, but also likes ND, Texas, FSU. A long shot for Michigan. LSU Lorenzo Guess Wayne, MI. 6'3" 190 4.5 An excellent QB and DB; also a very good basketball player. A top 100-150 player nationally. Mich. St. Rob Johnson Plymouth, MI 6'4" 195 4.55 A run-pass QB; ran for over 600 yards and completed 52% of his passes as a junior. Northwestern Austin Kemp Nashville, Tennessee 6-4 220 4.55 Generally considered more of an athlete than a QB; rumored to favor ND and Michigan over Tennessee, PSU. Tennessee David Parrish Anaheim, CA 6'4" 205 4.7 The son of former Tigers' catcher Lance Parrish. A dropback passer; considering Michigan, UCLA, and Stanford currently. One of the top QB prospects in California. Michigan no longer recruiting. - Edmund Stansbury El Paso, TX. 6'3" 220 4.6 Some consider him among the top 5 QB's in the country; Michigan has dropped off his list as they are recruiting him as a LB. UCLA, ND and Syr. lead. UCLA
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Ray Jackson Indianapolis, IN. 6-3 215 4.5 Excelled at the U of M camp. Recent legal troubles, leaving his status in doubt. Michigan Patrick McCall Carson, California 5-11 175 4.4 Has unbelievable accleration and great speed; stock rising rapidly. Michigan leads, followed by USC, OSU, Col, Tex, A&M. Ranked as the #9 RB by SuperPrep. Michigan Demetrius Smith Oak Lawn, IL. 6-2 270 4.7 A top 100 player nationally. Will reportedly get a look at FB, though is also an outstanding DL prospect (top rated NG in the nation by the National Recruiting Advisor). Michigan Anthony Thomas Winnfield, LA 6-2 225 4.5 One of the top prospects in the nation. Tremendous statistics, including over 100 prep TD's. Michigan is in his top 5; some rumors say Mich. leads. Good visit to U of M; will visit Neb. Michigan Damien Anderson Wilmington, IL 6-0 180 4.5 Anderson is a late riser who was overlooked because he plays for a small school. Has been offered by Michigan; Iowa/NW may lead over U-M, ND, Illinois. Northwestern Ladell Betts Blue Springs, MO 5-11 205 4.6 One of the best backs in the Midwest; not huge or fast, but makes good cuts and has good power. Interest in Michigan may be waning. Iowa Demontray Carter Pensacola, Florida 5-11 185 4.4 Considering Florida schools, SEC, ND, Michigan; will be tough to get out of Florida. Auburn Derek Combs Grove City, Ohio 6-1 175 4.4 A sleeper from Ohio who was one of the fastest players at U of M camp; offered by U of M. Considering Kansas, OSU, U of M; Mich and OSU lead. OSU Robbie Crockett Battle Creek 6-1 190 4.4 A great all-around athlete; has run a 10.8 100 and a 22.5 200. Considering Michigan, MSU, Illinois; may now be leaning to Illinois. Iowa Ali Culpepper Baltimore, MD 5-11 205 4.4 One of the best RB's on the east coast; great combo of power and speed. Camped at Michigan. Syracuse Najea Davenport Miami, Florida 6-2 218 4.55 Reportedly has Miami and U of M as top two; rumor has him committed to Miami. Miami Tony Driver Louisville, KY. 6-3 210 4.5 The top player in Kentucky; also plays DB, where some rate him among the top 5 in the country. Rumored to favor ND/OSU/FSU over PSU, U of M. Notre Dame Omar Easy Everett, MA 6-2 232 4.5 Considered by many to be the top FB prospect in the country. Considering Syracuse, Penn St., and Michigan among others. PSU Tyree Foreman Sandy Springs, MD 6-0 205 4.5 A top NE prospect; considering OSU, Mich, PSU, VA, MD. - Courtlen Johnson Florisant, Missouri 5-11 180 4.5 One of the top two RB prospects in Missouri, along with Ladell Betts. Colorado Lamont Jordan Suitland, MD 5-10 205 4.5 Jordan is a top east coast RB prospect; also considering MSU, Maryland, Rutgers, Virginia Tech. Maryland Jamal Lewis Atlanta, GA 6-1 220 4.5 One of the top prospects in the country; Mich, PSU, OSU, Tenn, Neb among his top schools. Possibly leaning to Tennessee. Tennessee Brian Marshall Birmingham Brother Rice, MI 5-11 200 4.5 Has dropped to the 2nd ranked RB in Michigan. Michigan has backed off. Northwestern Travis Minor Baton Rouge, LA 6-0 190 4.4 One of the top 5 RB's in the country; compared to Warrick Dunn. Rumored to be leaning to Notre Dame and FSU over LSU, Michigan, UCLA, and Nebraska. Michigan among his final 10. - James Mungro East Stroudsberg, PA 5-9 190 4.45 A top 10 RB nationally; Mich, Penn St. rumored to be the leaders; has visited MSU. ?Grades. Syracuse Jason Murray Belle Vernon, PA. 6-2 225 4.6 Averaged almost 10 yards a carry as a junior. Likes playing TB, but projects as a FB; OSU leads over ND, Northwestern. Notre Dame Cooper Rego Montvale, NJ 5-9 190 4.36 One of the top prospects in the country; a speed back. Having an incredible senior year. Notre Dame Burnest Rhodes Terrell, TX 5-11 180 4.45 A fast, elusive back who explodes into the hole; also a top DB prospect. TAMU may lead over Kansas, ND. Texas A&M Reggie White Liberty, Texas 6-1 190 4.34 One of the top players in Texas; U of M has reportedly offered. Ok. St may lead over Michigan, Texas, LSU, Miss, Col. Very good visit to Michigan 12/6, but Michigan may have backed off. Oklahoma St. Levron Williams Evansville, Indiana 6-3 195 4.5 Rushed for over 2100 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior. A top 5 RB nationally. Academics a major concern, has caused his rating to drop significantly.. Indiana DaWayne Woods Slidell, LA 5-9 185 4.4 Great speed back from New Orleans area; LSU a favorite, with FSU, Michigan, Tennessee also mentioned. - Tim Wunderlin Wisconsin 6-0 205 4.5 Rushed for 2400 yards and 37 TD's as a junior. Considering Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Northwestern, and Nebraska. -
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment David Aaron Marshall, TX 6-4 190 4.5 Was the top WR in Texas, though now generally rated behind Daryl Jones. Michigan apparently no longer involved. Texas Bruce Branch Richmond, VA 6-1 180 4.35 One of the top WR's in the country. Rumors about the solidity of his commitment persist but are probably false. Penn St. Charlie Campbell Youngstown, Ohio 6-3 175 4.5 Great potential and should be one of the top WR's in the country this fall. - Chris Chambers Bedford, Ohio 6-2 175 4.5 A top 100 player nationally; caught 25 passes for over 550 yards as a junior. Also an excellent basketball player. Wisconsin Sam Crenshaw Youngstown, Ohio 6-4 200 4.5 One of the top players in Ohio; will probably play WR or FS in college. OSU and PSU may lead. Ohio St. Reggie Germany St. Louis, MO 6-2 180 4.45 Early reports had him favoring U of M; OSU may lead. Also considering Missouri. Academics a concern. If makes grades, will be one of the top WR's in the country. Ohio State Ted Johnson Elgin, Illinois 6-1 180 4.4 Stock dropped after the summer camps; Michigan, ND and other backed off. Northwestern Daryl Jones Dallas, TX 5-10 178 4.34 Probably the best WR/DB in Texas; rumored to be favoring Texas over U of M, Miami, ND and others. Miami Julius McMullen Altus, OK. 5-11 170 4.4 Great speed and quickness; has attracted interest from major programs across the country. Michigan has been mentioned among many other schools. Likely to stay in Big 12 country. Kansas St. James Murphy Kankakee, Illinois 6-3 190 4.5 One of the top WR prospects in the midwest. - Rodney Perry Santa Ana, Cal 5-9 180 4.5 Considering a number of schools; USC may lead currently. Likes Wash,USC,U-M,PSU & ND. Also nationally ranked as a DB prospect. USC Kenyon Rambo Long Beach, Cal 6-1 185 4.5 One of the top 5 WR's in the country. OSU may lead; might visit Michigan. - Darnell Sanders Warrensville Heights, Ohio 6-5 215 4.5 Outstanding athlete with a great combination of size and speed. Will probably play TE in college. OSU Steve Shipp Charlotte, NC 6-2 185 4.5 One of the top receivers in the nation; rumored to be Tenn/Fla/ND battle. Florida Eddie Williams Tallahassee, FL. 6-6 215 4.6 Among the top 10 WR's in the country; considering USC, Florida, FSU, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, North Carolina. - Robert Williams Dallas, TX 6-4 218 4.5 Considering UCLA, Stanford, Miami, Michigan, USC, Texas among others. Strong Stanford lean over Miami, TN. Miami
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Joe Domingeaux Crowley, LA. 6-5 225 4.8 Considered one of the top TE's in the nation. Michigan near the top of his list, but may favor the SE schools. LSU Napoleon Harris Harvey Thornton, IL 6-4 215 4.6 Also plays LB; ranked the number 14 "jumbo" athlete by SuperPrep. Preps at same school that produced Michigan WR Tai Streets. Northwestern Ryan Humphrey Tulsa, OK 6-8 212 4.7 A top basketball and football player; wants to play both in college. Michigan mentioned, rising rapidly. A key target for Michigan hoops; may come down to Kansas, Oklahoma, and Michigan. - Chad Irwin Baytown, TX 6-4 230 4.7 A top 10 TE nationally; considering Arkansas, Mich, ND, FSU, and others. Texas Alvin Morrow Kirkwood, MO 6-5 230 4.65 Considered to be the top TE in the country by many. Rumor has him playing pro baseball. Florida St. Brandon Stephens Logan, UT 6-6 235 4.75 Camped at Michigan, where he won a tight end award; BYU and Michigan may lead over Wash, Cal, ASU. A top 5 tight end nationally. BYU Tim Stratton Elmhurst, Illinois 6-4 215 4.6 A top prospect expected to fill out and play TE. Considering several Big Ten schools as well as Notre Dame and USC. - Matt Wright Fort Lauderdale, FL 6-5 240 4.9 Considering Stanford, Michigan, Nebraska, and Florida schools. -
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Adam Adkins Troy, MI 6-4 275 5.1 One of the top OL prospects in Michigan. Tremendous agility and excellent strength. First-team all-state as a senior. Projects as a center. Michigan Jason Brooks Cleveland, OH. 6-4 270 5.0 Considered one of the top 5 OL's in the country; The no. 1 guard prospect according to many. Will challenge for PT immediately. Michigan Ben Mast Massillon, OH 6-5 275 5.0 One of the top linemen in the country. Recruited by major powers nationally. Some feel he will be better than Jason Brooks. Michigan Todd Mossa Darien, CT 6-3 285 4.9 Reported to like ND and U-M over PSU, VA, Syracuse, BC. One of the top OL's in the nation; projects as a guard. Ranked the #1 OL prospect by SuperPrep. Michigan Vince Azzolina Easton, PA. 6-5 280 5.0 Reportedly favoring Northwestern over other Big Ten schools. Wake Forest Leon Brockmeier Tallahasse, FL 6-8 275 5.2 One of the top linement in Florida; stock has risen after senior yr. Considering FSU, Fla, NW, Mich, ND. Northwestern Reggie Coleman Jonesboro, Ark 6-6 310 5.2 One of the top 2-3 players in Arkansas; could play on either side of the ball. Arkansas may lead over OK, Tenn, and several others. Dropped Michigan before scheduled visit. Tennessee Leonard Davis Wortham, TX 6-5 325 5.1 A top 10 OL; Texas A&M a strong leader over ND, Texas, Nebraska, U of M. Texas A&M Char-ron Dorsey Jacksonville, FL 6-6 320 5.0 One of the top OL's in the SE; Florida State,PSU, OSU, Alabama, Michigan mentioned. Has been struggling with weight. FSU Jeremy Dox St. Paul, MN 6-4 265 4.85 One of the top line prospects in Minnesota; offered a scholarship by Nebraska, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Pat Green Emmaus, PA 6-8 325 5.2 A huge OL; some question his speed. Reportedly offered by UM, ? if offer still stands. - Kareem McKenzie Willingsboro, NJ 6-6 310 5.2 One of the top 1-2 tackle prospects in the nation. PSU Seth McKinney Austin, TX 6-3 290 5.0 Another top 20 OL; likely to choose TAMU Texas A&M Brian Polak La Puente, CA 6-3 315 5.1 A top 10 tackle; reportedly favoring UM, ND, Stanford over USC. Has family in Michigan. UCLA Victor Rogers Federal Way, WA. 6-7 295 5.1 One of the top OL's in the nation; rumored to be favoring OSU over Wash, USC, Mich, Col Colorado John Ryder Perrysburg, OH 6-6 305 5.1 Another of the strong offensive line class in Ohio; reportedly considering Michigan, PSU and OSU. Miami, OH Mike Souza Honolulu, HI 6-6 270 4.9 A top 20 OL; ND, U of M, USC, others involved. Northwestern Kurt Vollers Anaheim, CA 6-7 270 5.1 Another of the top OL's in the nation; favoring ND and USC over Michigan and others. Relatives in Grosse Pointe. ??Wavering due to coaching change at ND. Notre Dame Ralph Zarate Tuscon, AZ 6-5 280 4.9 One of the top guards in the country; Arizona leads over UM, Neb, UCLA, Col, ND. ?Academics. Arizona St.
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Bill Seymour Mishawaka, IN 6-4 220 4.7 One of the top players in Indiana and the midwest; has led his high school to back-to-back state titles. Recovered from a bout with mono to play very well at the end of his senior year and in the playoffs. Michigan Maurice Williams Detroit, MI. 6-6 275 4.9 The top player in Michigan; one of the top 5-10 DL's in the country. Michigan a strong leader over MSU and others. Michigan Ronald Boldin Florida. 6-7 275 5.1 A great prospect on either side of the line. Considering Michigan, FSU, Florida, Auburn, ND, OSU; will probably stay in SE. FSU Darryl Bright Tulsa, OK 6-5 235 4.75 One of the top DE prospects in the country; a longtime fan of Michigan. Also considering ND, Nebraska, Oklahoma. Cancelled official visit to Michigan. Oklahoma Andre Carter San Jose, CA 6-4 235 4.6 Along with David Warren, one of the top 2 DE prospects in the nation; Michigan not in the running. Cal Kendall Daniels Teaneck, NJ 6-3 240 4.7 A LB/DE prospect who was injured his senior year; still offered by many schools. Michigan may lead over MSU and east coast schools. Will probably fail to qualify; may go the prep school or JUCO route. - Josh Graham Denver, CO 6-4 265 4.8 One of the top DL prospects in the west; cancelled Michigan visit. North Carolina Aaron Habermann Harland, WI. 6-5 260 4.8 Habermann is considered one of the top DL's in the country by most experts, and some think he is one of the top 25 overall players in the nation. Wisconsin Erin Huizingh Tempe, AZ 6-7 250 5.1 A long time U of M fan; one of the top OL's at U of M's camp. Also plays DL; U of M recruiting as a DE prospect. Col/Mich/ND his leaders. Colorado Clinton Hurtt Milford, CT 6-4 285 4.9 A big DL prospect whose stock is rising; being recruited by Mich, FSU, Syracuse, Miami. Miami Guenter Kryszon Clark, NJ 6-4 250 4.9 One of the top DL prospects in the nation; favoring Ga Tech, Miami, FSU and Syracuse over PSU, Mich and others. Georgia Tech Sam Matthews Jacksonville, FL 6-6 270 4.9 one of the top DT's in the country; U of M a longshot behind Ala, Fla, Ten, FSU, Nebraska Alabama Jesse Simms Stamford, CT 6-3 265 4.8 A top 10 DL according to most; UCLA leads over VA, PSU, U of M. UCLA Kenny Smith Meridian, MS 6-4 290 5.0. One of the top 15 DT's in the country; OSU may lead over Alabama, Florida. - Ben Sobieski Mahtomedi, MN 6-5 280 5.0 One of the top players in the Midwest; could play on either side of the ball. Some feel he is the top player in Minn; ND may lead. Iowa Hubert Thompson Proviso, Ill. 6-6 255 4.7 A dominant force; without question the best player in the midwest. Academics are borderline due to learning disability - will probably not qualify. May be accepted into MSU, Az St, or may go juco/prep school route. Mich. St. David Warren Tyler, TX 6-5 230 4.5 Consensus top player in Texas and one of the top 2 DE's in the country. Michigan involved but not among final 10 schools. Florida St. Fred Weary Montgomery, AL 6-5 270 5.0 One of the top linemen in the south; considering Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn. Tennessee Ed Wilkins Plainsfield, NJ 6-5 265 4.8 Some consider him among the top 100 players in the country. ?Academics; interested in Michigan, OSU, and others - Adrian Wilson Jacksonville, AR 6-3 305 5.0 Rated anywhere from the top 5 to the top 25 DL's; Texas A&M was the leader; USC jumped in at the last minute and snagged him away. May still visit Mich. USC/Miami
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Kurt Anderson Glenview, Ill 6-5 225 4.8 One of the top players in Illinois; may grow into a DE. Named an All-American by NRA. Michigan Eric Brackins Gatlinsburg, TN 6-3 210 4.6 One of the top players in Tennessee; camped at Michigan over the summer. Also considering North Carolina, Iowa, Tennessee, Auburn. Michigan Jake Frysinger Grosse Ile, MI 6-4 235 4.7 One of the top 10 LB's in the country; considered a top 100 overall prospect. Will probably play DE at Michigan. Michigan Anthony Jordan Jersey City, NJ 6-1 215 4.55 One of the top LB prospects in the east; considering ND, MSU, Iowa, Nebraska, Syracuse, and Michigan. Michigan Roylin Bradley LaMarque, TX 6-2 220 4.5 Another top 5 LB. Tremendous combo of size and speed; a TAMU/Mich/Texas battle. Probably won't qualify. Texas A&M Courtland Bullard Miami, Fl 6-3 205 4.6 Another of the top 5 LB's in the country; considered to be favoring Miami, but also considering OSU, ND, U of M. Unlikely to qualify. Ohio St. Travis Carroll Jacksonville, FL 6-4 235 4.7 Considered by some to be the top LB in the country. Likely to stay in southeast; looking at U of M. Alabama Konte Collins Detroit, MI. 6-4 230 4.6 Underpublicized but an excellent player. Had 18 sacks as a junior; offered scholarships by Michigan and Illinois. - Torrance Craddieth Orchard Lake, MI 6-2 220 4.7 A sackmaster from the same school as David Bowens; considering Mich, OSU, Ill, Indiana, PSU. Toledo Reggie Hayward Dalton, Ill 6-5 220 4.55 A top MW LB prospect; considering mostly Big Ten schools, but unlikely to make grades. Iowa St. Hugh Holmes Osceola, FL 6-2 215 4.55 One of the top LB prospects in Florida; also considering Virginia, ND, FSU, Miami. ND leads over VA. Cancelled Michigan visit. Florida Sam Hooks Cameron, TX 6-4 220 4.7 A top Texas LB prospect; ranked #47 on the Texas top 100 list. Generally considered among the top 75 recruits in the Big 12 region. Schools involved include Michigan, Iowa, Tex. Tech, Rice, TCU. Texas Tech Grant Irons The Woodlands, TX. 6-5 225 4.6 One of the top 5 LB's in the country. Rumored to be favoring Michigan/ND over Texas A&M, OSU, NW. Despite reports to the contrary, has not committed and is not a "lock" for Michigan. Notre Dame Yubrenal Isabelle Bluefield, WV 6-2 215 4.5 The top player in West Virginia; considering Mich, ND, Virginia, West VA, OSU among others. ND led but may have fallen out of it with coaching change. Virginia Harold Jackson Wilkes-Barre, PA. 6-2 225 4.6 A dominant player, but grades are a concern. PSU and Michigan are the current favorites. - Tom O'Brien LaGrange, Ill. 6-4 235 4.7 A top prospect nationally. Initially verballed to Illinois but decommitted when Lou Tepper was fired. Northwestern T.J. Turner Hillsboro, OH. 6-3 240 4.7 An outstanding LB and FB prospect from Ohio. Mich. St.
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment DeWayne Patmon San Diego, CA 6-1 170 4.5 One of the top athletes in California; visiting ND, Mich, Texas. Toss-up between these three currently. Michigan William Peterson Uniontown, PA 6-0 180 4.4 Relative unknown who was a star at Michigan's camp; excellent speed. Played mainly on offense as a knee sprain limited his playing time as a senior. Michigan Eric Rosel Liberal, KS 6-4 200 4.5 One of the top athletes in the country, ranked #11 among skill athletes by SuperPrep; reportedly runs a 10.3 100. From hometown of Jerame Tuman. May play WR or DB. Michigan James Whitley Norfolk, VA 6-0 180 4.4 Considered the #1 CB prospect in the nation by NRA (rated 6.1); considering ND, Tenn, PSU, UNC, Michigan. Michigan Fred Booker Hammond, LA 5-11 180 4.4 One of Louisiana's top players; LSU, ND, Mich and others involved. LSU Ed Bowman Philadelphia, PA. 6-1 180 4.5 One of the top athletes in PA; also plays QB. Probably a FS prospect in college. - James Boyd Chespeake, VA 6-1 200 4.4 One of the top 10 DB's in the nation; PSU and NC lead U of M and others. Great combo of size and speed. Expected to become a Nittany Lion. PSU Albus Brooks Claremont, CA 6-1 185 4.5 Considered a top 5 safety; Mich and UW may be co-leaders; blew out knee in senior season. Colorado Jay Brooks Killen, TX 5-10 175 4.45 Another nationally ranked Texas DB (top 15 CB); U of M among his early leaders, but now a longshot. Michigan backed off. Texas A&M Delvin Brown Miami, FL 6-0 185 4.5 One of the top DB's in FL; rated 5.8 by NRA. Will visit Michigan. Miami Mike Clinkscale Youngstown, OH 6-1 190 4.45 One of the top prospects in the midwest; considering Big Ten schools and ND; waiting on visit offers. Wake Forest Cedric Cormier Houston, TX 6-0 170 4.4 A blazer from Texas who could play WR, corner or free safety; rumored to favor Texas. Colorado Tyres Dixon Houston, TX 6-2 185 4.3 Blazing speed; plays QB in HS, but will be a corner or safety in college. Mich, ND, Tex, Texas A&M, FSU, Miami mentioned. Texas and ND may lead. Texas Jason Glenn Aldine, TX 6-1 207 4.5 Another excellent DB from Texas; top 15 nationally. Col and the Texas schools are considered the leaders. Texas A&M Kevin Glenn Detroit, MI. 5-11 175 4.45 A three-sport star (baseball and basketball); projects as a CB in college. Illinois St. Deon Grant Augusta, GA 6-3 200 4.5 Grant is a tremendous safety prospect from Georgia; ranked as one of the top 100 players in the nation by virtually everyone. May visit Michigan. Tennessee Jermaine Hampton Harvey Thornton, IL 6-2 190 4.5 An excellent athlete who has good size and instincts; projects as a safety. - Renaldo Hill Detroit, MI. 6-0 170 4.5 3-year starter at CB and WR; good cover man. Brother plays at MSU; considering Mich, MSU, PSU, OSU, Illinois. Mich. St. Quentin Jammer Angleton, TX 6-1 180 4.45 Another top 10 DB nationally. Mich and Texas may be the leaders over A&M and others. Texas Bhawoh Jue Chantilly, VA 6-0 185 4.5 One of the top players in Virginia; considering Michigan, VA, PSU. PSU Darcey Levey Denver, CO. 6-2 195 4.5 A top RB/DB prospect from Colorado; also considering ND, Kansas St, Colorado, CSU, UCLA. Notre Dame Chris Lewis Dallas, TX 5-10 185 4.4 An excellent WR and DB; very quick. Forced to play his senior year at QB due to an injury to his team's starting QB. Oklahoma Andre Lott Memphis, TN 6-2 190 4.4 Generally considered a top 15 safety prospect; may be leaning to Tennessee. Tennessee LeRonce Means Harper Woods, MI 6-0 175 4.4 One of the top DB's in Michigan; started both ways all four years in high school. Considering Michigan, Illinois, MSU, BC, MAC shools. - John Norman Midland, TX 6-2 198 4.5 A great cover corner, though reportedly not as fast as advertised; U of M a longshot. - Eric Parker Joliet, Ill 6-1 165 4.5 One of the top DB's in the country; apparently planning to play WR in college. Tennessee Sean Penny Youngstown, OH. 6-2 215 4.5 Wants to play RB in college; probably better at DB. PSU, OSU among his top choices. ?Academics. Ohio State Antwaan Randle-El Harvey Thornton, Ill 5-11 175 4.4 A top QB, DB, and PG in basketball. Ohio U (due to triple-option offense), Michigan, Indiana lead. Reportedly may play a "slash" type role at Michigan. Indiana Joe Walker Houston, TX 6-0 175 4.46 One of the top DB's in a loaded Texas class; likely to stay in state, though Mich, ND, and Florida are mentioned. Texas Dominique Williams Brandywine, MD 6-0 195 4.45 One of the top athletes in the country; rumored to be favoring Tenn. over Michigan and others. Michigan no longer involved. UNC
Name Hometown Ht. Wt. 40 time Comments Commitment Pat Gibson Walled Lake, MI 5-11 155 4.7 One of the top 2 placekicker in Mich; likely to stay in-state. - Brenden Rauh Dublin, OH 5-9 190 4.7 One of the best PK's in the midwest; looking at the Big 10. - Dave Schaefer Birmingham, MI 5-11 165 4.8 The other top placekicker in Michigan; considering Mich, MSU, and Maryland. - Toby Sheers Leadville, CO 6-1 165 - One of the top PK's and punters in the country. Considering Col, ND, Mich -