High School Football Recruiting: Lemming's 2010 Top ILBs

RankNameCommentsCollege
1Dakota Royer, RB/LBManheim Central (Manheim, PA)6-3/220
One of those rare players who earned 1st Team All-State honors on both sides of the ball after totaling 86 tackles, 13 sacks, and 32 tackles for losses at DE.
Penn State
2Hayes Pullard, RB/DBCrenshaw (Los Angeles, CA)5-11/190
Has been timed in a 10.9 100 meters in track and averages 9 pts and 12 rebounds a game as a guard in basketball.
USC
3Jeff Luc, K/LBTreasure Coast (Port St. Lucie, FL)6-1/240
He displays pretty good range and can make tackles while in pursuit.
Florida State
4Caleb Lavey, ILBCelina (TX)6-4/210
He can step into holes like no one's business, is very aggressive, and shows the ability to shed blocks quickly and find the ball.
OKLAHOMA STATE
5Nick Forbes, RBJohnson (Frederick, MD)6-1/223
He plays the whole field and plays it well. He can break down in space and make plays.
CAL
6Tim Patterson, OLBCentral (Louisville, KY)6-5/220
He plays hard on every down, showing good closing speed and an explosive first couple of steps.
Kentucky
7Mike Hull, OLB/RBCanon-McMillan (Canonsburg, PA)6-1/220
Because of his speed, he can consistently make tackles downfield. He's super when in pursuit.
PENN STATE
8Konrad Zagzebski, LBEverest (Schofield, WI)6-3/225
At times he has proven to be unstoppable on the defensive side of the ball.
WISCONSIN
9V.J. Fehoko, ILBKahuku (HI)5-11/220
He's an instinctive, tough, and aggressive LB.
Utah
10Chase Williams, TELoudoun County (Leesburg, VA)6-3/235
. He is a smooth athlete with great range, instincts, and quickness at LB.
VA Tech
11Ty Linton, OLBCharlotte Christian (Charlotte, NC)6-3/200
A good all-around backer, he is adept at breaking down in the open space and making plays.
NORTH CAROLINA
12Max Bullough, LBSt. Francis (Traverse City, MI)6-3/220
He is a field general with a nose for the ball.
MICHIGAN STATE
13C.J. Mosley, ILBTheodore (AL)6-2/215
He's extremely physical and a great combination of size and speed.
Alabama
14Victor Burnett, LB/RBCulver City (CA)6-0/220
He can easily redirect, shows excellent closing speed, runs well laterally, stays low, and explodes into ball carriers.
Washington
15Trayvon Henry, OL/LBMillwood (Oklahoma City, OK)6-2/220
His quickness to the ball is remarkable. He has a wide wingspan and plays the game on his feet.
OK STATE, OK, TEXAS TECH, TX, LSU, and FL
16Scott McVey, ILBSt. Ignatius (Cleveland, OH)5-11/215
He is relentless chasing the ball, will not stay blocked, and despite his small stature, he plays the game like a big man.
OHIO STATE
17David Wilkerson, ILB/RBMonte Vista (Danville, CA)6-3/239
He combines athleticism, instincts, and competitiveness to make plays all over the field.
CALIFORNIA
18Brandon Brown, LBCentennial (Corona, CA)6-2/250
This guy goes all out on every play, never gives up, and is known for making the big hit.
UCLA, USC, OR, and ASU
19Austin Gray, LBFitzgerald (Warren, MI)6-2/225
This guy gets to the ball fast, in a hurry, and is known for his hard hitting style of play.
IOWA
20Jake Holland, LB/RBPelham (AL)6-1/229
Very strong at the point of attack, he can stay low, change directions quickly, and force the action.
AUBURN
21Zac Stout, RB/LBOaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)6-2/221 BYU
22D. J. Welter, LBNotre Dame (Crowley, LA)6-0/214
. He can make plays outside the tackle box, he's explosive, and plays the game with a chip on his shoulder.
LSU
23Chris Young, SAuburn (WA)6-1/220
He dominated the Woodenville game and made a game-saving tackle at the end of it.
WASHINGTON
24Antonio Kinard, ILB/TELiberty (Youngstown, OH)6-4/210
Plays ILB in high school but has the range, burst, and ability to bend off the edge to become an outstanding OLB in college.
MICHIGAN
25Jewone Snow, MLB/FBMcKinley (Canton, OH)6-1/228
Exceptional against the run, he gets off blocks quickly, reads well, and is good when in pursuit.
West Virginia
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