High School Football Recruiting: Lemming's 2010 Top 100 Players

1Seantrel Henderson, OL/DLCretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, MN)6-8/330
He carries his 330 pounds very well and will prove to be the best OL prospect to come out of the Midwest since Joe Thomas and Orlando Pace.
2Marcus Lattimore, RBByrnes (Duncan, SC)6-1/215
He really proves to be a powerful runner who possesses all-the-way kind of speed. He makes quick cuts and shows the kind speed, strength, and burst needed to turn the corner on a consistent basis.
South Carolina
3Jackson Jeffcoat, DEPlano West (Plano, TX)6-4/233
He must be double-teamed at all times and is a terrific all-around athlete. He has the frame to weight 270 in college. He is the prototypical DE and a high school difference maker.
4Lache Seastrunk, RBTemple (TX)5-10/178
He shows tremendous speed, vision, agility, balance, and surprising strength. More of a slasher, he's an all-purpose back who can run, catch, and when called upon block
5Blake Bell, QBCarroll (Wichita, KS)6-6/220
He is an expert at reading defenses, going through progressions, and he surprises you with his ability to escape out of the pocket
6Robert Woods, WR/DBSerra (Gardena, CA)6-1/185
He plays big in big games and is a strong receiver who can absorb a hard hit, keep his feet, and hang onto the ball.
7Jake Heaps, QBSkyline (Sammamish, WA)6-2/205
He's as accurate as any QB in the country, shows excellent footwork, and the ability to lead his team.
8Phillip Sims, QB/PSmith (Chesapeake, VA)6-2/225
He's a good decision maker. A drop-back passer with a very strong arm, he throws the deep out with authority.
9Devin Gardner, QBInkster (MI)6-4/205
Perfectly made for the spread offense, he's a tall, super quick leader who possesses excellent field vision and has displayed a nice touch on his deep passes.
10Mike Dyer, RB/LBLittle Rock Christian Academy (Little Rock, AR)5-9/195
One of the most exciting offensive players in the country who can make things happen. A game breaker with a great future.
11Sharrif Floyd, G/DTWashington (Philadelphia, PA)6-4/311
He can stand blockers up at the point of attack showing the strength and leverage to hold his ground and find the ball.
12William Gholston, DLSoutheastern (Detroit, MI)6-7/240
In person, his arms go on forever, he is cut high, and shows exceptional burst off the ball. In fact, running to the ball is what sets him apart from all the other top DEs.
Michigan State
13Ronald Powell, DE/TERancho Verde (Moreno Valley, CA)6-4/226
As a pass rusher he's not as quick as Devon Kennard, but just as powerful or more powerful, and gets the job done the same way with his explosive moves out of his stance and his ability to stay on his feet and chase ball carriers
14Anthony Barr, RB/DBLoyola (Los Angeles, CA)6-4/225
He may just be the best big back in the country on offense and when he does play defense, he is a difference maker at the OLB or SS position.
15Lamarcus Joyner, DB/WRAquinas (Fort Lauderdale, FL)5-11/180
He shows outstanding cover skills, he can break on the ball quickly and reads well.
Florida State
16C.j. Fiedorowicz, TE/FSJohnsburg (IL)6-7/242
Physically he looks like he belongs in the NFL right now and backs that up with great production on the field.
17Robert Crisp, TCedar Ridge (Hillsborough, NC)6-7/300
He already shows excellent technique, and is able redirect, and quick enough to effectively block out on the second level.
North Carolina State
18Reggie Wilson, DEHaltom (Haltom City, TX)6-4/230
His motor is going at 100 percent at all times. He shows the kind of closing speed and the ability to redirect you look for in a DE.
19Kyle Prater, WR/OLBProviso West (Hillside, IL)6-2/215
Comes off the ball quickly with speed and strength, gets in and out of his cuts quickly, catches the ball, and then turns up field in a flash
20James Hurst, DL/OLPlainfield (IN)6-6/275
He was well known in Indiana after a very good junior year, but became a national name down in San Antonio when he dominated some of the nation's premier DT prospects.
North Carolina
21Brandon Willis, DEByrnes (Duncan, SC)6-3/253
Very strong at the point of attack, he can run well laterally, can redirect, and hustles on every play.
North Carolina
22Jordan Hicks, LBLakota West (West Chester, OH)6-2/225
Plays OLB showing outstanding pass rushing skills and outstanding closing speed.
23Jordon James, WR/RBCorona (CA)5-10/194
The fastest rising back in the country.
24Darius White, WRDunbar (Fort Worth, TX)6-4/200
He seems to possess all the tools for future stardom, he's tall, athletic, quick, and has large hands.
25Jacques Smith, TE/DEOoltewah (TN)6-3/235
The words to describe Jac are relentless, aggressive, instinctive, smart, dominating, and wow. However, the keyword is quickness.
26J.r. Ferguson, DEHargrave Military Academy (Chatham, VA)6-4/260
In person J.R. has been blessed with long arms, long legs, and an athletic build.
27Matt Elam, RB/LBDwyer (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)5-10/200
He is this year’s version of Ronnie Lott. This guy hits like a ton of bricks.
28Alec Ogletree, DBNewnan (GA)6-3/210
He is a sure tackler and is aggressive in run support. He does a good job of covering RBs and TEs, and is very much aware of everything going on around him.
29Curtis White, WR/LBSheldon (Eugene, OR)6-4/250
In person he already looks like a major college TE and the fact is, he also has All-American ability at DE.
30Christian Lombard, OT/DTFremd (Palatine, IL)6-6/290
What has made him so good is his ability to quickly get out of a stance, get a hold of the defender, and move him out of the way.
Notre Dame
31Khairi Fortt, RB/LBStamford (CT)6-3/230
He dominated the action from start to finish in 2008 playing both OLB and ILB. Fortt is a solidly built player with excellent all-around athletic ability.
Penn State
32Rod Smith, RB/SHarding (Fort Wayne, IN)6-3/220
A record breaking back with terrific production and potential.
Ohio State
33D.J. Morgan, RB/DBTaft (Woodland Hills, CA)5-10/175
Forty: 4.4: Rushed for 1,841 yards and and 33 TDs as a junior
Southern California
34Eric Reid, DB/WRDutchtown (Geismar, LA)6-3/210
In person he already looks like an NFL FS and on film he looks like what he is, a dominating high school ball player with tremendous skills.
35Garrison Smith, OL/DLDouglass (Atlanta, GA)6-4/250
He is exceptionally athletic, strong, and dominating. Ranks as one of the nation's premier pass rushers, combining great power with speed.
36Xavier Grimble, TE/DEBishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)6-5/246
He runs precise routes, shows soft hands, and is one of the more athletic TE prospects in the nation.
37Connor Wood, QB/PSecond Baptist (Houston, TX)6-4/205
He is a drop back passer with a live arm, smarts, and a good throwing motion. He can also make plays scrambling and can play on the run.
38Austin Hinder, QBSteamboat Springs (CO)6-5/185
Known for his coolness under pressure, Austin presents all the tools for future stardom at the QB position.
39Jeremy Richardson, WR/KRSpringville (AL)6-4/205
He blows you away with his size, speed, athleticism, and potential. Not quite as fast or as athletic as Julio Jones, but not too far behind.
40Malcolm Jones, RB/LBOaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)6-0/215
He is a difference maker for the highly productive Oaks Christian offense. He runs with great leg strength, vision, balance, and purpose.
41Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DEDouglas (Portland, OR)6-3/235
He shows a great combination of quickness and strength. He has only played two years of football but shows all the tools needed to dominate at the next level.
42Marvin Robinson, S/RBLake Region (Eagle Lake, FL)6-2/195
He is a tackling machine that makes plays from sideline to sideline. Exceptional in pass coverage, he brings the best of both worlds to his FS game.
43Dakota Royer, RB/LBManheim Central (Manheim, PA)6-3/220
The No.1 prospect in Central PA and the No. 1 overall prospect in the state of Pennsylvania. This guy's stats are off the charts.
Penn State
44Ahmad Dixon, DB/WRMidway (Waco, TX)6-1/190
Always seems to be in position, he is a very good open field tackler.
45Gabe King, DENorthern Guilford (Greensboro, NC)6-5/260
Blessed with exceptionally quick hands, he shows the ability to quickly disengage, can bend off the edge, and shows major college closing speed.
46Alfy Hill, TE/LBWest Brunswick (Shallotte, NC)6-5/245
He missed the entire 2007 season with a broken wrist. May be considered a bit of a raw talent.
47Dillon Baxter, QB/RBMission Bay (San Diego, CA)6-0/205
When you talk about elite players there is no state with as many as the Golden State and Mr. Baxter is one of them.
Southern California
48Chris Martin, DL/LBGrandview (Aurora, CO)6-4/240 Cal
49Kelcy Quarles, DLGreenwood (SC)6-5/265
The word freakish came up a lot when high school coaches in the Greenwood area were describing Mr. Quarles.
South Carolina
50Sean Parker, DB/RBNarbonne (Harbor City, CA)6-0/185
He's intense, tough, and a ball player who loves to play the game.
51Keenan Allen, WR/DBNorthern Guilford (Greensboro, NC)6-3/200
He is the No.1 FS prospect in North Carolina and one of the nations finest.
52Brent Benedict, OLBolles (Jacksonville, FL)6-5/283
He is the younger brother of former All-American Heath Benedict who played at Tennessee.
53Andrew Norwell, OLAnderson (Cincinnati, OH)6-7/270
As physical as they come, he has great feet, balance, sets a solid base, and he's been blessed with long arms, big-time agility and excellent footwork.
Ohio State
54Dietrich Riley, RB/DBSt. Francis (La Canada, CA)6-1/205
He just might be the most versatile ballplayer in the state of California.
55Justin MacLin, LBRidgeway (Memphis, TN)6-4/215
His strengths are speed to the ball, quickness, and don't discount his football smarts.
56Jamel Turner, TE/LBFork Union Military Academy (Fork Union, VA)6-2/204
If you go by sacks than this young man would rank as the top LB prospect in the country.
Ohio State
57Matt James, OLSt. Xavier (Cincinnati, OH)6-7/285
He carries his 285 pounds well, shows idea technique, good footwork, and overall athletic ability.
Notre Dame
58Jonathan Dowling, DBSoutheast (Bradenton, FL)6-3/185
He shows the innate ability to always be in the exact spot the ball is coming down.
59Tony Jefferson, SS/RBEastlake (Chula Vista, CA)6-1/205
Very athletic, he shows strong hands, deceptive speed, good zone awareness, and he makes easy adjustments to off target throws.
60A.J. Derby, QBIowa City (IA)6-4/223
He impresses you also at the QB position showing a pretty strong arm and outstanding athletic ability.
61Martavis Bryant, WRHanna (Anderson, SC)6-5/201
He is a tall, athletic, and quick receiver with the natural understanding of the game.
62Aaron Benson, OLBCedar Hill (TX)6-1/215
Aaron shows exceptional quickness, maintains his balance throughout the play, and is a force when chasing ball players from behind.
63Trovon Reed, QB/WRThibodaux (LA)6-1/180
Very fast with strong hands, he has All-American ability at both the WR and CB positions.
64Jaylen Watkins, QB/DBCape Coral (FL)6-1/175
He is another very instinctive two-way player with All-American ability at WR and at CB.
65Jimmy Gjere, OLIrondale (New Brighton, MN)6-8/300
He has lightening-quick feet for a 295 pounder and can do a good job of adjusting and blocking effectively out in space.
66Demarco Cobbs, QB/DBCentral (Tulsa, OK)6-2/208
Big, fast, instinctive, and confident, he ranks as the No.1 prospect in the state of Oklahoma.
67Byran Jones, OG/DLJunction City (AR)6-2/295 Arkansas
68Markeith Ambles, WR/SHenry County (McDonough, GA)6-2/185
A strong receiver with strong hands, he shows good ball skills and can make the acrobatic catch look routine.
69Trevor Clemmings, OT/DEPaterson Catholic (Paterson, NJ)6-6/260
T.J. has played only one year of football. Before then, he thought he was going to be a big-time basketball player
70Mack Brown, RBKing (Lithonia, GA)6-0/185
Two of Mack's biggest strengths are vision and cut-back ability.
71Christian Jones, OLBLake Howell (Winter Park, FL)6-4/220
It's a year of great athletes in the state of Florida and Christian is one of the very best.
72Jordan Haden, RB/DBFriendly (Fort Washington, MD)6-0/200
No.4 proves to be a dynamic difference maker at RB and at FS.
73Robert Bolden, QB/SSt. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, MI)6-4/205
He shows good arm strength, the ability to hit receivers deep, he can throw ropes but also shows a nice touch.
Penn State
74Latwan Anderson, LBGlenville (Cleveland, OH)5-11/185
Very fluid, he can turn his hips and make up ground quickly, and shows a smooth backpedal.
West Virginia
75Jeff Luc, K/LBTreasure Coast (Port St. Lucie, FL)6-1/240
He is a solid, hard-hitting backer who is smart and instinctive
Florida State
76Marquis Flowers, RB/DBMillennium (Goodyear, AZ)6-2/195
He shows great versatility, speed, and remarkable cover skills.
77Zach Zwinak, FB/LBLinganore (Frederick, MD)6-2/230
He is one of the country's finest big backs.
Penn State
78Ian Silberman, OTFleming Island (Orange Park, FL)6-6/275
Might have as much potential as any offensive lineman in the south. Actually looks thin at 270 pounds.
79Da'rick Rogers, WRCalhoun (GA)6-3/206
He runs precise patterns and shows the speed and footwork to get separation from defenders.
80Joshua Shaw, QB/DBPalmdale (CA)6-1/190
Besides his great athletic ability, he's a ball player who plays hard on every down, he's always around the ball, and has proven to be a solid open field tackler.
81Justin McCay, WR/LBBishop Miege (Shawnee Mission, KS)6-4/205
If you are looking for a receiver with great size, hands, explosiveness, and a great attitude look no further than J-Mac.
82Mike Davis, WRSkyline (Dallas, TX)6-2/185
Mike is Mr. Excitement. Quick as a cat, he gets great acceleration and demands the double-team just about every time he goes out for a pass.
83Damien Robinson, OL/DLOlive Branch (MS)6-8/330
He is the No. 1 OL prospect in the state and is quickly becoming one of the most heavily recruited in the country.
Mississippi State
84Terrance Broadway, QB/DBCapitol (Baton Rouge, LA)6-2/202
He always seems to know when to throw the ball, rarely gets passes batted down, and he throws so well on the move that defenses are vulnerable when he decides to tuck and run.
85Taylor Bible, DLGuyer (Denton, TX)6-3/278
He plays low, keeps his feet under him, shows excellent strength at the point of attack, has good technique, and has the ability to read QBs.
86Kadron Boone, WR/STrinity Catholic (Ocala, FL)6-1/190
He is a big, strong Michael Irvin type of receiver.
87James Stone, OL/DLMaplewood (Nashville, TN)6-4/285
He shows good body control, leverage, and strength. His feet are always moving and he plays a physical brand of football with a mean streak a mile long.
88DeMarcus Milliner, CBElmore (Millbrook, AL)6-1/180
Already an excellent cover corner, he's been blessed with long arms, quick reactions and a smooth backpedal.
89Arie-manuel Kouandjio, OTDeMatha (Hyattsville, MD)6-5/306
He goes hard from the first play to the last showing very quick feet and good lower body strength.
90Christian Green, QB/DBTampa Catholic (Tampa, FL)6-2/200 FSU
91Bruce Gaston, DLSt. Rita (Chicago, IL)6-3/310
He is also impressive with his enormous strength, and his ability to quickly get off the ball and dominate the point of attack.
92Cullen Christian, WRPenn Hills (Pittsburgh, PA)6-1/185
A very big corner, he has excellent technique and shows the ability to identify plays quickly.
93Marcus Lucas, WRLiberty (MO)6-5/190
He shows marvelous hands, he's an acrobatic receiver, can jump out of a building, and has the speed to separate from defenders.
94Corey Miller, DEByrnes (Duncan, SC)6-5/217
There are very few better speed rushers nationally than Mr. Miller.
95T.j. Stripling, DESouthwest DeKalb (Decatur, GA)6-6/215 Georgia
96Evan Hailes, T/DTSmith (Chesapeake, VA)6-1/315
He stops everything up the middle, has tremendously quick feet and even quicker hands, great strength, and always seems able to beat his man to the punch.
Penn State
97Shakim Phillips, WR/CBDePaul (Wayne, NJ)6-3/195
On paper this guy presents all the tools needed to become a superstar in college. He is tall, has great hands, a tremendous vertical, and concrete track times.
Boston College
98Alex Smith, TELakota West (West Chester, OH)6-5/260
The No.1 TE prospect in Ohio and one of the two best in the Midwest.
99Silas Redd, RB/OLBKing Low Heywood Thomas (Stamford, CT)5-10/187
He's an elusive back who is hard to grab with great, great vision.
Penn State
100Brennan Clay, RBScripps Ranch (San Diego, CA)6-0/198
He's a leader both on and off the field and is a selfless player who will do whatever it takes to win the ball game.
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