February 05, 2007
Rank Player High School Stars Pos. Ht./Wt. College
51. Jordan Bernstine Lincoln,
Des Moines (IA)
**** DB 5-10/200 Iowa
The highest ranked recruit out of Iowa in almost 10 years.
52. Armando Allen Miami Lakes,
Hialeah (FL)
**** RB 5-9/181 Notre Dame
Elite speed makes him a threat in any offensive system.
53. Chris Strong South Panola,
Batesville (MS)
**** DE 6-3/251 Ole Miss
A great high school linebacker that will be a great defensive lineman in college.
54. Dez Bryant Lufkin,
Lufkin (TX)
**** WR 6-1/195 Oklahoma State
Still one of the most dominating players in Texas.
55. Matt Romine Mosley,
Lynn Haven (FL)
**** OL 6-6/285 Notre Dame
A top offensive lineman that excels in pass protection.
56 Kerry Murphy Hoover,
Hoover (AL)
**** DT 6-5, 315 Alabama
Makes opposing offensive lines scheme to stop him first.
57. Lennon Creer Tatum,
Tatum (TX)
**** RB 6-1, 202 Tennessee
Has drawn comparisons to fellow Texas running back product Tatum Bell.
58. Sidell Corley McGill-Toolen,
Mobile (AL)
**** DE 6-4, 250 Florida
Strength and athleticism make Corley one of the Southeast's most wanted.
59. Joe Haden Friendly,
Fort Washington (MD)
**** ATH 5-10/189 Florida
Arguably the most athletic player in the country.
60. Eugene Clifford Colerain,
**** DB 6-2/190 Ohio St.
Clifford could star at safety or receiver, but showed he's got the tools as a senior to be a great one for Ohio St.
61. Lee Ziemba Rogers,
Rogers (AR)
**** OL 6-7/295 Auburn
Size, feet and mobility make him a great prospect on the next level.
62. Michael Keck Harrisonville,
Harrisonville (MO)
**** DE 6-5, 215 Missouri
Has drawn comparisons to David Pollack because of his desire and heart.
63. Stefoin Francois East St. John,
Reserve (LA)
**** DB 6-0/188 LSU
East St. John has produced some great players over the years, and some believe Francois might be the best in the bunch.
64. Brian Price Crenshaw,
Los Angeles
**** DT 6-2/285 UCLA
Nobody in the Los Angeles City Section was able to block him as a junior and as a senior.
65. Antwane Greenlee Hardaway,
Columbus (GA)
**** OL 6-6/302 Georgia
A mountain of a man, showed he's one of the nation's best as a senior.
66. Aaron Hernandez Bristol,
Bristol (CT)
**** TE 6-4/235 Florida
Record-breaking tight end catches everything in traffic.
67. Joseph Barksdale Cass Tech,
**** DT 6-6,323 LSU
Moves like a linebacker on defense, despite being more than 300 pounds.
68. Anthony Davis Piscataway,
Piscataway, (NJ)
**** OL 6-5,341 Rutgers
Massive tackle packs grat punch and anchors well.
69. Richetti Jones Lincoln,
**** DE 6-3/234 Oklahoma St.
Big frame and quickness make him one of the nation's top pure pass rushers.
70. Bryan Bulaga Marian Central Catholic,
Woodstock (IL)
**** OL 6-5/270 Iowa
Still growing, but already big on talent, technique and desire.
71. Lamark Brown Hazelwood West,
St. Louis
**** ATH 6-3/215 Kansas St.
Will play early for K-State at receiver.
72. Andre Jones Andress,
El Paso (TX)
**** DT 6-4/305 Texas
Brings a lot to the table not only with strength, but a great frame to build on.
73. Niles Paul North,
Omaha (NE)
**** WR 6-2/210 Nebraska
The best prospect from Nebraska in years is Ahman Green's nephew.
74. Myles Wade Central Catholic,
Portland (OR)
**** DT 6-2/322 Oregon
Should carry on Oregon's great tackle tradition.
75. Martin Coleman Edison,
Huntington Beach (CA)
**** OL 6-5/290 USC
Coleman has a big frame and is light on his feet. Big upside.
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