2011 U.S. Army All-American selection tour

Date: Jan. 8, 2011 Site: San Antonio, Texas Time: 1 p.m. Eastern TV: NBC

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DECEMBER 7, 2010

RB Aaron Green
HIGH SCHOOL: San Antonio (Texas) James Madison
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: Has the ability to change directions on a dime while reaching top speed in a blink of an eye. Green's speed makes him a homerun threat from any point on the field. (Story)

OT Zach DeBell
HIGH SCHOOL: Tarpon Springs (Fla.)
COLLEGE: Georgia
BUZZ: You can't teach height and long arms, which he possesses. DeBell does a nice job of using his length to keep defenders at bay while sliding his feet after contact. (Story)

DECEMBER 6, 2010

LB Tony Steward
HIGH SCHOOL: St. Augustine (Fla.) Pedro Menendez
BUZZ: Steward is what a prototypical inside linebacker would look like if a college coach were to draw one from scratch. He is excels against both the run and the pass and is able to keep up with much smaller ball carriers. (Story)

DECEMBER 3, 2010

DT Quincy Russell
HIGH SCHOOL: San Antonio (Texas) Sam Houston
BUZZ: Russell is big body that will be a major disruptor on the next level, particularly in the run game. He's a strong kid that gets after the football and plays with a great motor. (Story)

DECEMBER 2, 2010

RB Demetrius Hart
HIGH SCHOOL: Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips
COLLEGE: Michigan
BUZZ: Hart is a compact runner who is tough to bring down. He is also one of the better receiving running backs in the country, whether it be wheel routes out of the backfield or as a deep threat.

DECEMBER 1, 2010

QB Jacoby Brissett
HIGH SCHOOL: West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
BUZZ: Brissett does a nice job with weight transfer, which gives his deeper passes the appropriate velocity. He also has touch on the shorter balls and doesn't try to blaze them into the hands of a running back just a few feet away.

TE Nick O'Leary
HIGH SCHOOL: West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
BUZZ: Opposing teams gameplan to try and take O'Leary out of the equation, but he still consistently makes plays. Though a great blocker, he actually lines up at receiver and provides big mismatches for smaller defensive backs.

NOVEMBER 30, 2010

S Wayne Lyons
HIGH SCHOOL: Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard
BUZZ: Lyons is a hard hitter with a nose for the ball. He is a big defensive back who provides good support in pass coverage. He also has a very high football IQ. (Story)

NOVEMBER 22, 2010

DT Delvon Simmons
HIGH SCHOOL: McKeesport (Pa.)
BUZZ: An athletic and active defensive tackle, Simmons gets off the ball quickly and has the speed and agility to make plays down the line and in the offensive backfield. He splits the double team so well with his first step. (Story)

NOVEMBER 19, 2010

QB Teddy Bridgewater
HIGH SCHOOL: Miami (Fla.) Northwestern
BUZZ: Though Bridgewater is a dual-threat quarterback and can make defenses pay when he tucks it and runs, he has a very accurate arm. He throws the short, intermediate and deep routes all very well. (Story)

CB Stefan McClure
HIGH SCHOOL: Vista (Calif.)
BUZZ: McClure has long arms and is exceptionally fast - he wants to play football and run track in college. Rarely do receivers get behind him because McClure is a smart cornerback who doesn't take a lot of unnecessary chances. (Story)

OT Donovan Smith
HIGH SCHOOL: Owings Mills (Md.)
BUZZ: Smith is a high-effort prospect that does not mind mixing it up. He has the size and athleticism to play several positions along the offensive line. (Story)

OT Garrett Greenlea
HIGH SCHOOL: Klein (Texas) Collins
BUZZ: Greenlea was a tight end before moving to offensive tackle and it shows in his athleticism and mobility. He has a great frame and is very adept at getting to the second level and getting a body on linebackers and defensive backs.

CB Charles Jackson
HIGH SCHOOL: Klein (Texas) Collins
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: Has excellent size for a corner with really quick feet and hips on a swivel. His speed is very good as he has the ability to track ball carriers down from behind. (Story)

NOVEMBER 18, 2010

OG Sedrick Flowers
HIGH SCHOOL: Galena Park (Texas) North Shore
BUZZ: Few interior offensive linemen receive the kind of praise that has been sent in the direction of Flowers. He is a player with fantastic feet and a very physical mindset at the point of attack. (Story)

S Gerrod Holliman
HIGH SCHOOL: Miami (Fla.) Southridge
BUZZ: The best word to describe Holliman is 'playmaker'. He's a kid that just has a knack for the big hit, the big interception or the big play on offense. Tough and physical as a safety, Holliman is always around the football. (Story)

K Matt Wile
HIGH SCHOOL: San Diego (Calif.) Francis Parker
BUZZ: Wile hit 9-of-12 field goals as a junior with a long of 48. He averaged a touchback on 89.9 percent of his kickoffs and often kicked the ball out of the end zone. (Story)

K Ben Pruitt
HIGH SCHOOL: The Woodlands (Texas)
BUZZ: Has good size at 6 feet 1, 190 pounds. Known for his accuracy, Pruitt holds an offer from Air Force. (Story)

NOVEMBER 17, 2010

WR Trey Metoyer
HIGH SCHOOL: Whitehouse (Texas)
COLLEGE: Oklahoma
BUZZ: There may not be a more complete wide receiver in the country than Metoyer. He has terrific hands, is great with the ball in the air, runs crisp, polished routes and has been very productive in high school. (Story)

WR Sammy Watkins
HIGH SCHOOL: Fort Myers (Fla.) South Fort Myers
BUZZ: The brother of 2010 Army All-American Jaylen Watkins, the younger Watkins may be the more elite athletically and that is saying something. Watkins can really run, has the versatility to play defensive back but his ball skills are as good as it gets. (Story)

NOVEMBER 16, 2010

DE Aaron Lynch
HIGH SCHOOL: Cape Coral (Fla.) Island Coast
COLLEGE: Florida State
BUZZ: Lynch is one of the more intriguing prospects in the 2011 class because of his huge upside. He's got a great frame with long arms and broad shoulders and has natural strength that allows him to push around high school players at will. As he adds polish to his game, he has the potential to be unblockable. (Story)

CB Blake Countess
HIGH SCHOOL: Owings Mills (Md.) Good Counsel
BUZZ: An ultra-competitive on-the-field performer who doesn't mind getting physical. He has hips on a swivel and enough recovery speed to stay with most receivers. He is a classic overachiever that should outperform and outwork his opponents. (Story)

NOVEMBER 15, 2010

LB Steve Edmond
HIGH SCHOOL: Daingerfield (Texas)
BUZZ: Edmond is one of the hardest hitters in the class of 2011. He has a big frame, accelerates through contact and gets to the football in a hurry. Edmond also has the hips and versatility to be a major factor in the pass game. (Story)

NOVEMBER 12, 2010

RB Mike Blakely
HIGH SCHOOL: Bradenton (Fla.) Manatee
COLLEGE: Florida
BUZZ: Blakely is a load to bring down between the tackles. He also has above-average speed and is a threat outside as well. He also shows very good hands catching the ball out of the backfield. (Story)

OT Brandon Shell
HIGH SCHOOL: Charleston (S.C.) Goose Creek
COLLEGE: South Carolina
BUZZ: This offensive lineman is the definition of smashmouth football. Once he puts his paws on a defender, expect him to grind them into he ground. (Story)

LB Kendall Thompson
HIGH SCHOOL: Carthage (Texas)
BUZZ: With Thompson you're getting a kid that's got a great football body. When he makes a tackle the ball carrier will be going backwards. Even with his size though, one of Thompsons' best attributes is his ball skills. He can really drop well in coverage and he catches like a receiver. (Story)

DT Todd Peat Jr.
HIGH SCHOOL: Tempe (Ariz.) Corona Del Sol
BUZZ: Peat is an absolute bull coming off the defensive line who steamrolls offensive linemen and then has the speed to track down quarterbacks who get flushed out of the pocket. It's especially impressive given that Peat weighs around 300 pounds. (Story)

NOVEMBER 11, 2010

OT Tyler Moore
HIGH SCHOOL: Clearwater (Fla.) Countryside
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: Blessed with great size, Moore has all the upside you're looking for in a future offensive tackle - that begins and ends with a great frame and plenty of strength to move defensive linemen. As he grows more in his technique, Moore has all the potential to be a great college offensive lineman. (Story)

OT Tyler Johnstone
HIGH SCHOOL: Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton
BUZZ: Tall, athletic lineman that does a nice job of getting to the next level. He has a great frame and very long arms that make him ideal for becoming a true left offensive tackle. (Story)

NOVEMBER 10, 2010

DE Jermauria Rasco
HIGH SCHOOL: Shreveport (La.) Evangel Christian Academy
BUZZ: Rasco has been one of the most productive defenders in the history of Louisiana high school football. He has been a sack machine for his entire career as part of a program that regularly contends for state championships. A football IQ that is off the charts has been the driving force behind much of his production. (Story)

NOVEMBER 9, 2010

LB Lateek Townsend
HIGH SCHOOL: Bennettsville (S.C.) Marlboro County
BUZZ: A tackling machine, this blitzing linebacker does most of his damage when he is free to roam the field and attack the ball at will. (Story)

QB Phillip Ely
HIGH SCHOOL: Tampa (Fla.) Plant
COLLEGE: Alabama
BUZZ: Ely is a natural winner. He did not lose a single game as a sophomore or junior at Plant, leading them to two state titles. He is not the biggest quarterback but has all the intangibles. (Story)

ATH James Wilder Jr.
HIGH SCHOOL: Tampa (Fla.) Plant
COLLEGE: Florida State
BUZZ: Wilder is one of the top overall athletes in the country. He plays both running back and linebacker and could easily play early at either spot in college. He is the most well put together prospect in the class of 2011. (Story)

RB Kenny Hilliard
HIGH SCHOOL: Patterson (La.)
BUZZ: Hilliard is the quintessential downhill big back. He is a north-south guy that runs behind his pads and has good feet when he gets into the open field. He's poised to become Louisiana's all-time leading rusher.

NOVEMBER 8, 2010

OT Matthew Hegarty
COLLEGE: Notre Dame
BUZZ: Hegarty has a great power base and very long arms which allow him to impose his will on defensive linemen. When Hegarty adds weight to his 265-pound frame he should be even more dominant. (Story)

OT Greg Robinson
HIGH SCHOOL: Thibodaux (La.)
BUZZ: Has the size and athletic ability to drive block smaller linemen and linebackers 10 yards downfield. Robinson could play all five offensive line positions.

NOVEMBER 5, 2010

DT Timmy Jernigan
HIGH SCHOOL: Lake City (Fla.) Columbia
BUZZ: Jernigan is a speedy defensive tackle who is quick off the ball and an excellent pass rusher. He is so athletic that he may actually end up playing defensive end in college. (Story)

OT Aundrey Walker
HIGH SCHOOL: Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville
BUZZ: This is one mammoth offensive lineman that can really swallow up defenders while run blocking. He is very light on his feet for a big guy, and could play either guard position or right offensive tackle. (Story)

NOVEMBER 4, 2010

DE Ray Drew
HIGH SCHOOL: Thomasville (Ga.) Thomas County Central
BUZZ: Has the perfect size and frame to become the quintessential pass rusher off the edge. Pound for pound he is one of the strongest football players in the country and he has the speed to cover kicks. (Story)

OL Ethan Hutson
HIGH SCHOOL: Destrehan (La.)
BUZZ: Has excellent hip and knee bend which really is imperative to winning the leverage battle. Also has the versatile body that could allow him to play four of the five offensive line positions. (Story)

NOVEMBER 3, 2010

K Niklas Sade
HIGH SCHOOL: Raleigh (N.C.) Wakefield
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Sade has made seven of his eight field goal attempts so far in 2010. (Story)

NOVEMBER 2, 2010

WR Danny Woodson
HIGH SCHOOL: Mobile (Ala.) LeFlore
COLLEGE: Alabama
BUZZ: Thick, sure-handed receiver uses his size to create space and break open over the middle of the field. Woodson also has deceptive speed, which gives him the ability to stretch the field.

ATH Odell Beckham Jr.
HIGH SCHOOL: New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman
BUZZ: Athletically Odell Beckham is incredibly smooth and fluid. He has fantastic ball skills and great change of direction. His overall athleticism allows him the ability to play receiver, cornerback or safety, all at an extremely high level.

K Miller Snyder
HIGH SCHOOL: Charlotte (N.C.) Myers Park
BUZZ: Miller has a strong leg and potential to handle punting, kicking and kickoff duties at the next level. (Story)

NOVEMBER 1, 2010

WR Tobias Singleton
HIGH SCHOOL: Madison (Miss.) Central
BUZZ: Electric with the ball in his hands, Singleton does his damage in a variety of ways on the high school level: end-arounds, kick returns and receptions. He has elite speed and is a threat to score every time he touches the football. (Story)

OCTOBER 29, 2010

WR DeAnthony Arnett
HIGH SCHOOL: Saginaw (Mich.)
BUZZ: One of the smoothest receivers in the country, Arnett effortlessly glides through his routes and is very difficult to handle in one-on-one situations. Arnett has great hands and the ability to catch the ball in traffic. (Story)

LB C.J. Johnson
HIGH SCHOOL: Philadelphia (Miss.)
COLLEGE: Mississippi State
BUZZ: From a physicality standpoint, Johnson has all the tools. He also has been very productive over his high school career showing a great nose for the football. He navigates through traffic well, locates the football with ease and is a finisher when he arrives.

OCTOBER 28, 2010

ATH Nickalos Brassell
HIGH SCHOOL: Batesville (Miss.) South Panola
COLLEGE: Mississippi State
BUZZ: With great change of direction, explosiveness and speed, Brassell is one of the most dangerous athletes in the southeast. He plays both sides of the ball at national power South Panola and may have the most upside as a cornerback in college but has plenty of athleticism to excel at receiver. (Story)

OCTOBER 27, 2010

OT Ryker Mathews
HIGH SCHOOL: American Fork (Utah)
BUZZ: Mathews got bloodied early at the Provo NIKE Camp but kept going and never relented against some top-line defensive tackles. He plays with a lot of intensity, has great hands and uses his feet well for someone his size. (Story)

OCTOBER 26, 2010

LB Curtis Grant
HIGH SCHOOL: Richmond (Va.) Hermitage
BUZZ: Grant is physically mature for his age and already has the look of an NFL linebacker. His sideline-to-sideline speed and physical nature make him a factor on every play that's within his reach. (Story)

LB Brent Calloway
HIGH SCHOOL: Russellville (Ala.)
COLLEGE: Alabama
BUZZ: One of the most athletic linebackers in the country with serious ball skills. Calloway is as fast as any running back and bounces from sideline to sideline like a pinball. (Story)

ATH Harvey Langi
HIGH SCHOOL: South Jordon (Utah) Bingham
BUZZ: Langi is most lethal catching the ball out of the backfield and proved at multiple camps that he's nearly impossible to cover in that area. Because of his size, power and speed, Langi will be a matchup nightmare especially in the passing game.

OCTOBER 25, 2010

CB Jonathan Rose
HIGH SCHOOL: Leeds (Ala.)
BUZZ: Has the ideal height to play either corner or safety at the next level to go along with the ball skills of a top-flight receiver. Rose also excels as a return man on special teams. (Story)

OCTOBER 22, 2010

OT Landon Turner
HIGH SCHOOL: Harrisonburg (Va.)
COLLEGE: North Carolina
BUZZ: Turner is a mauler who excels at run blocking and uses his mass and power to dominate opponents. He can play tackle or guard in college and is very good at reaching the second level and hitting smaller targets as well as beating the man in front of him. (Story)

OCTOBER 21, 2010

OT Antonio Richardson
HIGH SCHOOL: Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth
BUZZ: Richardson is a huge kid with long arms and has the kind of weight room strength that translates on the football field. Playing both sides of the ball in high school, Richardson has a great motor and really thrives as a run blocking offensive lineman that has paved the way for a 1,900-yard rusher. (Story/Video)

OCTOBER 20, 2010

TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
HIGH SCHOOL: Gig Harbor (Wash.)
COLLEGE: Washington
BUZZ: Seferian-Jenkins has the build of an offensive lineman but moves like a big wide receiver plus the 6-foot-7, 250-pound prospect has exceptional hands and has outstanding feet for a player so big. (Story)

OCTOBER 19, 2010

WR Kasen Williams
HIGH SCHOOL: Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline
COLLEGE: Washington
BUZZ: Williams does not have breakaway speed but that's the only thing he lacks. He has great strength and size and has a college-ready body. Plus, Williams has outstanding hands and is not afraid to go across the middle to catch passes. (Story)

QB Bubba Starling
HIGH SCHOOL: Gardner (Kansas) Edgerton
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: One of the top two-sport stars in the country. Not only can he pulverize a 90-mph fastball, but he has a cannon for an arm and the ability to make those unscripted yards on the football field. (Story)

OCTOBER 18, 2010

DT Michael Bennett
HIGH SCHOOL: Centerville (Ohio)
COLLEGE: Ohio State
BUZZ: The most explosive interior lineman in the Midwest, Bennett could play defensive tackle or offensive tackle at the next level, but his unique ability to explode off the snap and get into backfield makes him a top-flight defensive line prospect. (Story)

OCTOBER 15, 2010

DE Jeoffrey Pagan
HIGH SCHOOL: Asheville (N.C.)
COLLEGE: Florida
BUZZ: Pagan is an exceptional athlete who played running back at 250 pounds as a junior as well as defensive end. He is just scratching the surface of his potential and is one of the best jumbo athletes in the country. (Story)

DE Brennan Scarlett
HIGH SCHOOL: Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic
BUZZ: Scarlett is big, strong and fast and has rebounded well after tearing a knee ligament late last season. He is useful on both sides of the ball but will be an impactful player at defensive end in college. Some believe he's the most valuable player to come out of Portland in years. (Story)

OCTOBER 14, 2010

LB Anthony Sarao
HIGH SCHOOL: Absecon (N.J.) Holy Spirit
COLLEGE: Stanford
BUZZ: Sarao is excellent moving forward or backwards and is equally impressive blitzing off the edge or dropping in coverage. He has terrific hips, excellent speed and his anticipation allows him to make many plays in the opponents' backfield. (Story)

LB Lamar Dawson
HIGH SCHOOL: Danville (Ky.) Boyle County
BUZZ: Dawson is a huge linebacker who can run and is not afraid of contact. His overall athleticism will allow him to play more than one of the linebacker positions at the next level. (Story)

ATH Colt Lyerla
HIGH SCHOOL: Hillsboro (Ore.)
BUZZ: Possibly the best overall athlete in the country. This jumbo athlete has the size and skill to play several positions at the next level, including tight end, receiver, defensive end, linebacker and even safety. (Story)

OCTOBER 13, 2010

ATH Miles Shuler
HIGH SCHOOL: Long Branch (N.J.)
BUZZ: Shuler is one of the fastest players in the country, coming close to setting long-standing records in New Jersey track. He's explosive off the snap, has good hands and is very dangerous after the catch. (Story)

OCTOBER 12, 2010

S Glen Faulkner
HIGH SCHOOL: East St. Louis (Ill.)
COLLEGE: Kentucky
BUZZ: The ideal free safety prospect. A strong, physical defensive back with the ability to run with speedier wide receivers and take on running backs in the open field. (Story)

OCTOBER 8, 2010

ATH Rodney Coe
HIGH SCHOOL: Edwardsville (Ill.)
BUZZ: This St. Louis area star is one of the nation's top jumbo athletes. Coe has plenty of size and speed. He has dominated at running back in his high school career, and has the tools to be an outstanding linebacker. (Story)

OG Jordan Rigsbee
HIGH SCHOOL: Chico (Calif.) Pleasant Valley
BUZZ: Rigsbee is one of the nicest, most approachable people off the field. On the field, he plays with lots of aggression and intensity. He plays to the whistle and usually ends up on the winning side of things. (Story)

OCTOBER 6, 2010

ATH Kris Frost
HIGH SCHOOL: Mathews (N.C.) Butler
BUZZ: Frost is a freakish athlete who could play linebacker or wide receiver in college. He's a quick-twitch player who closes to the football with great speed and is a hard, consistent hitter. (Story)

ATH George Atkinson III
HIGH SCHOOL: Livermore (Calif.) Granada
COLLEGE: Notre Dame
BUZZ: Atkinson does just about everything well and can play running back, wide receiver or defensive back. Most schools like him at wide receiver where he can use his speed, good hands and versatility to do a lot of things. (Story)

OCTOBER 5, 2010

LB Jake Keefer
HIGH SCHOOL: Baldwin (Wis.) Baldwin-Woodville
COLLEGE: Wisconsin
BUZZ: Keefer is a natural athlete from America's Dairyland. Keefer is tall and rangy for a linebacker prospect, and roams around the entire field with speed and power. (Story)

WR Charone Peake
HIGH SCHOOL: Roebuck (S.C.) Dorman
COLLEGE: Clemson
BUZZ: The ideal height and body control allow him to make extraordinary catches. His long, smooth strides glide past defensive backs, making him a true deep threat. (Story)

QB J.W. Walsh
HIGH SCHOOL: Denton (Texas) Guyer
COLLEGE: Oklahoma State
BUZZ: Walsh throws well on the run and is truly a throw-first, run-second guy. He is athletic enough to cause defenses headaches by making unscripted yards with his feet. (Story)

DT Viliami Moala
HIGH SCHOOL: Sacramento (Calif.) Grant
BUZZ: When Moala wants to dominate on the defensive line there are few people that can stop him. Moala deals with double teams all the time but still finds a way into the backfield and he has good closing speed for someone who's already 6 feet 2 and 326 pounds. (Story)

S James Sample
HIGH SCHOOL: Sacramento (Calif.) Grant
BUZZ: Sample is long and athletic and has the kind of frame where he can add about 20 pounds to become an outside linebacker. He hits people hard, too. Sample is a head hunter who likes to make big plays and track down receivers. (Story)

OCTOBER 4, 2010

QB Cody Kessler
HIGH SCHOOL: Bakersfield (Calif.) Centennial
BUZZ: Kessler has a strong arm and usually hits receivers right in the numbers. He had a consistent week at the Elite 11 camp and reinforced his ranking as the second-best pro-style quarterback in the 2011 class. Kessler also is smart and rarely makes bad decisions. (Story)

OC Tony Morales
HIGH SCHOOL: Arlington (Texas) Sam Houston
COLLEGE: Texas Tech
BUZZ: As a run-blocker, Morales does not stop until the whistle is long over and the defender is on the ground. He uses excellent hand placement and light feet to keep pass rushers out of the pocket. (Story)

OCTOBER 1, 2010

ATH Christian French
HIGH SCHOOL: Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Kennedy
BUZZ: Has the coveted length and speed that both offensive and defensive coordinators are looking for. He could project as a speedy outside linebacker or as a tall, athletic receiver. (Story | Photos)

CB Tevin Mitchel
HIGH SCHOOL: Mansfield (Texas) Legacy
COLLEGE: Nebraska
BUZZ: Mitchel emerged during the offseason as one of the most instinctive and natural cover cornerbacks in Texas. He has good length at the position and has a great burst out of his backpedal. With limited experience playing the position, Mitchel has a world of upside at corner. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 30, 2010

ATH De'Anthony Thomas
HIGH SCHOOL: Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
BUZZ: Thomas has all the skills to be special at running back and cornerback. He's leaning toward defense where he can use his speed, incredible athleticism and playmaking ability to make a difference early in college. (Story | Video)

DE Sterling Bailey
HIGH SCHOOL: Gainesville (Ga.) East Hall
COLLEGE: Georgia
BUZZ: Huge pass rushing specialist that has the size and strength to do battle against an offensive tackle and a tight end simultaneously. He also possesses enough athletic ability to chase plays sideline to sideline. (Story)

OC Brian Bobek
HIGH SCHOOL: Palatine (Ill.) Fremd
COLLEGE: Ohio State
BUZZ: A very powerful offensive lineman that has the ability to get down field to make blocks on unsuspecting linebackers. Bobek does a nice job of winning pad level battles during run blocking. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 29, 2010

WR George Farmer
HIGH SCHOOL: Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra
BUZZ: Farmer is fast enough to beat cornerbacks deep plus he's not afraid to go across the middle to make plays. He has the elusiveness to catch a short pass and make moves past defenders as well. (Story)

DE Jason Gibson
HIGH SCHOOL: Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra
BUZZ: Gibson has the speed and versatility to play linebacker but most schools are now recruiting him to solely play defensive end. He is incredibly fast off the edge and has an ideal frame to add some weight. If he can keep his quickness with a few extra pounds then he'll be even tougher to block.

DE Stephon Tuitt
HIGH SCHOOL: Monroe (Ga.) Monroe Area
COLLEGE: Notre Dame
BUZZ: Possibly the most impressive looking strongside defensive end in the country. He is an athletic giant known for outworking the competition in both practice and games. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 28, 2010

ATH Damian Swann
HIGH SCHOOL: Atlanta (Ga.) Grady
BUZZ: A two-way star that has serious ball skills and body control. He has the coveted height and recovery speed to become a big-time corner at the collegiate level. (Story)

RB Herschel Sims
HIGH SCHOOL: Abilene (Texas)
COLLEGE: Oklahoma State
BUZZ: Sims can change directions on a dime, is hard to see when he hits the line of scrimmage, and is an excellent pass receiver out of the backfield. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 27, 2010

WR Victor Blackwell
HIGH SCHOOL: Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
BUZZ: Blackwell has long arms and runs like a track star. He also has outstanding hands and does a fine job of getting off the line and getting down the field fast. With his speed, Blackwell can stretch the defense especially on deep passes. (Story)

WR Jaxon Shipley
HIGH SCHOOL: Brownwood (Texas)
BUZZ: Shipley could stake claim as the best route-runner in the country. He is a surgeon with his feet and toys with defensive backs in his ability to get open. The brother of Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jordan Shipley, Jaxon has already has been learning from one of the best. (Story)

S Avery Walls
HIGH SCHOOL: McDonough (Ga.) ELC Academy
BUZZ: Reads run/pass perhaps quicker than any safety in the country and is not afraid to come up in run support and really lay the wood. An intelligent player, Walls acts as a field general for the defense. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 24, 2010

S Corey Moore
HIGH SCHOOL: Griffin (Ga.)
COLLEGE: Georgia
BUZZ: Possesses the body of a strong safety with the cover skills of a corner. He'll come up in run support, and also has the ball skills to turn the game around in an instant. (Story)

SEPTEMBER 23, 2010

RB Malcolm Brown
HIGH SCHOOL: Cibolo (Texas) Steele
BUZZ: Brown may be the best downhill runner in the country. He has good balance and will not come down with a simple arm tackle. He is most dangerous in the red zone. (Story)

DT Marquis Anderson
HIGH SCHOOL: Cibolo (Texas) Steele
COLLEGE: Oklahoma
BUZZ: Comes off the ball low and quick while shooting his hands out fast. Anderson also has excellent lateral movement, giving him the ability to run sideline to sideline. (Story)

LB Tre Madden
HIGH SCHOOL: Mission Viejo (Calif.)
BUZZ: Madden has a thick, muscular frame but he's also athletic and could be an impact player early in his career because he understands the game well. He has the speed to keep up with backs running routes coming out of the backfield. (Story)

DE Ishaq Williams
HIGH SCHOOL: Brooklyn (N.Y.) Abraham Lincoln
BUZZ: Williams is very aggressive and uses his speed and athleticism to overcome a frame made for filling out. He could be a rush end, linebacker or tight end in college and his instincts are natural. (Story)

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