February 07, 2007
Rank Player High School Stars Pos. Ht./Wt. College
76. Derrick Morgan Coatesville,
Coatesville (PA)
**** DE 6-4/260 Georgia Tech
Morgan is another big Keystone state star.
77. Robert Hughes Hubbard,
Chicago
**** RB 5-11/226 Notre Dame
Built like a tank and just as tough to bring down.
78. Gary Gray Richland Northeast,
Columbia (SC)
**** DB 5-10/163 Notre Dame
Tough against the run and has good closing speed. Will enroll early at Notre Dame.
79. Chaz Powell Susquehannock,
New Freedom (PA)
**** DB 6-1/184 Penn St.
Went through most of the season as one of the most under-ranked players in the nation -- not anymore.
80. Malcolm Williams Garland,
Garland (TX)
**** WR 6-3/205 Texas
Could be one of the best to come from tradition-rich Garland High.
81 Caleb King Greater Atlanta Christian,
Norcross (GA)
**** RB 5-11/186 Georgia
Still one of the better running back prospects in the Southeast.
82. Mike Paulus Christian Brothers,
Syracuse (NY)
**** QB 6-5, 220 North Carolina
One-year starter has all the physical skills.
83. Mike Ragone Camden Catholic,
Cherry Hill (NJ)
**** TE 6-4/221 Notre Dame
Long-striding tight end can stretch the field.
84. Morgan Burnett North Clayton,
College Park (GA)
**** DB 6-1/182 Georgia Tech
Burnett is a top athlete and a track star as well.
85. Raymond Carter Crenshaw,
Los Angeles
**** RB 5-11/187 UCLA
Electric with the ball in his hands and is deadly in passing situations.
86. Michael McNeil Davidson,
Mobile (AL)
**** DB 6-2/200 Auburn
Excellent tackling ability, closing speed and toughness make him special.
87. Gerald Jones Millwood,
Oklahoma City
**** ATH 6-0/185 Tennessee
One of the most highly recruited prospects in the Heartland region.
88. Ben Wells Ozen,
Beaumont (TX)
**** DB 6-1/185 Texas
Wells gets it done in multiple sports and in the classroom -- he's the total package at defensive back.
89. Chris Rainey Lakeland,
Lakeland (FL)
**** RB 5-9/159 Florida
Has been a star for years at Lakeland and will be one for the Gators.
90. Stephen Garcia Jefferson,
Tampa (FL)
**** QB 6-2/202 South Carolina
Garcia is known for his ability to improvise, but he's also a skilled pocket passer.
91. Toney Clemons Valley,
New Kensington (PA)
**** WR 6-2/190 Michigan
Should help continue Michigan's great tradition at receiver.
92. Marshall Jones Oaks Christian,
Westlake Village (CA)
**** DB 6-0/185 USC
Clausen and Tyler got a lot of pub, but Jones is one of the nation's best.
93. Drake Nevis John Ehret,
Marrero (LA)
**** DT 6-1,281 LSU
Senior season helped show he's one of the top players in Louisiana.
94. Jahvid Best Salesian,
Richmond (CA)
**** RB 5-10/183 Cal
A sub-10.4-second runner in the 100 meters and 1,000-yard rusher as a junior.
95. Allen Bailey McIntosh County Academy,
Darien (GA)
**** DE 6-4/255 Miami-FL
Great physical build and strength.
96. Travian Robertson Scotland County,
Laurinburg (NC)
**** DE 6-4/230 South Carolina
Will play early for K-State at receiver.
97. Keenan Robinson East,
Plano (TX)
**** LB 6-3/211 Texas
Robinson has been one of the most productive linebackers as a senior.
98. Willy Korn James F. Byrnes,
Duncan (SC)
**** QB 6-2/200 Clemson
Has struggled against better competition this year, but still has great skills.
99. Quintin Richardson Spring Valley,
Columbia (SC)
**** OL 6-4/265 South Carolina
Athletic big man will help the Gamecocks in a number of ways.
100. Brandon Gibson UMS-Wright,
Mobile (AL)
**** WR 6-2/190 Alabama
Great concentration when going up to catch the ball.
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