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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1150 on: December 06, 2016, 02:41:06 pm »


2016 All-SEC Football Team:
Position    Name    School
Offense       
TE    Evan Engram    Ole Miss
OL    Cam Robinson    Alabama
OL    Dan Skipper    Arkansas
OL    Avery Gennesy    Texas A&M
OL    Will Clapp    LSU
C    Ethan Pocic    LSU
WR    Christian Kirk    Texas A&M
WR    ArDarius Stewart    Alabama
WR       
QB    Jalen Hurts    Alabama
RB    Kamryn Pettway    Auburn
RB    Derrius Guice    LSU
AP    Christian Kirk    Texas A&M
Defense       
DL    Myles Garrett    Texas A&M
DL    Jonathan Allen    Alabama
DL    Carl Lawson    Auburn
DL    Derek Barnett    Tennessee
LB    Kendell Beckwith    LSU
LB    Zach Cunningham    Vanderbilt
LB    Reuben Foster    Alabama
DB    Jalen Tabor    Florida
DB    Tre'Davious White    LSU
DB    Minkah Fitzpatrick    Alabama
DB    Aarion Penton    Missouri
Special Teams       
PK    Daniel Carlson    Auburn
P    JK Scott    Alabama
RS    Christian Kirk    Texas A&M

Second Team All-SEC
Position    Name    School
Offense       
TE    O.J. Howard    Alabama
OL    Braden Smith    Auburn
OL    Will Holden    Vanderbilt
OL    Martez Ivey    Florida
OL    Alex Kozan    Auburn
C    Jon Toth    Kentucky
WR    Calvin Ridley    Alabama
WR    Fred Ross    Mississippi State
QB    Joshua Dobbs*    Tennessee
QB    Chad Kelly*    Ole Miss
RB    Rawleigh Williams lll    Arkansas
RB    Ralph Webb*    Vanderbilt
RB    Leonard Fournette*    LSU
AP    Derrius Guice    LSU
Defense       
DL    Arden Key    LSU
DL    Montravius Adams    Auburn
DL    Charles Harris    Missouri
DL    Caleb Brantley    Florida
LB    Tim Williams    Alabama
LB    Jarrad Davis    Florida
LB    Jordan Jones    Kentucky
DB    Jamal Adams    LSU
DB    Eddie Jackson    Alabama
DB    Quincy Wilson    Florida
DB    Justin Evans    Texas A&M
Special Teams       
PK    Gary Wunderlich    Ole Miss
P    Johnny Townsend    Florida
RS    Evan Berry    Tennessee
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1151 on: December 06, 2016, 03:46:38 pm »


Maybe ever.

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WR Drew Morgan – Arkansas – Class of 2013

Razorbacks senior wide receiver made the most of his opportunity when he signed as a 2-star recruit in 2013. Morgan became Mr. Reliable for Arkansas’ passing game during the past two seasons, racking up a combined 124 receptions, 1,507 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns.

Also noted:

LB Danny Trevathan – Kentucky – Class of 2008  (won two over Razorbacks)

DE Preston Smith – Mississippi State – Class of 2011

DE Charles Harris – Missouri – Class of 2013 (see Danny Trevathan)

QB Dylan Thompson – South Carolina – Class of 2010
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1152 on: December 07, 2016, 06:46:36 pm »


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ILB Brooks Ellis, 2013

Fayetteville (Ark.) High School

You’d be hard pressed to find an Arkansas starter under Bret Bielema that wasn’t a 3-star prospect.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1153 on: December 08, 2016, 02:03:45 pm »

2016 Associated Press All-SEC team

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterback — Jalen Hurts, Alabama, 6-2, 209, Fr., Channelview, Texas.

Running backs — Derrius Guice, LSU, 5-11, 222, So., Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Kamryn Pettway, Auburn, 6-0, 240, So., Montgomery, Alabama; Rawleigh Williams III, Arkansas, 5-10, 225, So., Dallas, Texas.

Tackles — u-Cam Robinson, Alabama, 6-6, 310, Jr., Monroe, Louisiana; Dan Skipper, Arkansas, 6-10, 322, Sr., Arvada, Colorado.

Guards — Braden Smith, Auburn, 6-6, 300, Jr., Olathe, Kansas; Alex Kozan, Auburn, 6-4, 310, Sr., Castle Rock, Colorado.

Centers — Ethan Pocic, LSU, 6-7, 309, Lemont, Illinois; Jon Toth, Kentucky, 6-5, 310, Sr., Indianapolis, Indiana.

Receivers — Fred Ross, Mississippi State, 6-2, 207, Sr., Tyler, Texas; Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, So., Scottsdale, Arizona.

Tight end — u-Evan Engram, Mississippi, 6-3, 227, Sr., Powder Springs, Georgia.

All-purpose player — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, So., Scottsdale, Arizona.

Kicker — Daniel Carlson, Auburn, 6-4, 218, Jr., Colorado Springs, Colorado.

DEFENSE

Ends — u-Jonathan Allen, Alabama, 6-3, 291, Sr., Leesburg, Virginia; u-Derek Barnett, Tennessee, 6-3, 257, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee.

Tackle — Montravius Adams, Auburn, 6-4, 309, Sr., Vienna, Georgia

Linebackers — Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt, 6-4, 238, Jr., Pinson, Alabama; Reuben Foster, Alabama, 6-1, 228, Sr., Auburn, Alabama; Ryan Anderson, Alabama, 6-2, 253, Sr., Daphne, Alabama; Arden Key, LSU, 6-6, 231, So., Atlanta, Georgia.

Cornerbacks — Teez Tabor, Florida, 6-0, 201, Jr., Washington, D.C.; Tre'Davious White, LSU, 5-11, 191, Sr., Shreveport, Louisiana.

Safeties — Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama, 6-1, 203, So., Old Bridge, New Jersey; Jamal Adams, LSU, 6-1, 211, Jr., Lewisville, Texas.

Punter — JK Scott, Alabama, 6-6, 202, Jr., Denver, Colorado.

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SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks — Josh Dobbs, Tennessee, 6-3, 207, Sr., Alpharetta, Georgia; Chad Kelly, Mississippi, 6-2, 215, Sr., Buffalo, New York.

Running backs — Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt, 5-10, 205, Jr., Gainesville, Florida; Leonard Fournette, LSU, 6-1, 230, Jr. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Tackles — Robert Leff, Auburn, 6-6, 299, Sr.; Fairhope, Alabama; Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 296, Fr., Folsom, California.

Guards — Josh Boutte, LSU, 6-5, 342, Sr., New Iberia, Louisiana; Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 305, So., Apopka, Florida; Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 304, So., Cedar Falls, Iowa

Center — Frank Ragnow, Arkansas, 6-5, 312, Jr., Chanhassen, Minnesota.

Receivers — ArDarius Stewart, Alabama, 6-1, 204, Jr., Fultondale, Alabama; J'Mon Moore, Missouri, 6-3, 190, Jr., Missouri City, Texas; Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M, 6-4, 190, Sr., San Antonio, Texas.

Tight end — O.J. Howard, Alabama, 6-6, 251, Sr., Prattville, Alabama.

All-purpose player — Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia, 5-8, 170, Jr., Miami, Florida.

Kicker — Gary Wunderlich, Mississippi, 6-0, 193, Jr., Memphis, Tennessee.

DEFENSE

Ends — Myles Garrett, Texas A&M, 6-5, 262, Jr., Arlington, Texas; Charles Harris, Missouri, 6-3, 255, Jr., Kansas City, Missouri; Carl Lawson, Auburn, 6-2, 253, Jr., Alpharetta, Georgia.

Tackles — Caleb Brantley, Florida, 6-2, 297, Jr., Crescent City, Florida; Darius English, South Carolina,6-6, 245, Sr., Powder Springs, Georgia.

Linebackers — Tim Williams, Alabama, 6-4, 252, Sr., Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Jordan Jones, Kentucky, 6-2, 220, So., Youngstown, Ohio; Kendall Beckwith, LSU, 6-2, 252, Sr., Clinton, Louisiana.

Cornerbacks — Aarion Penton, Missouri, 5-10, 190, Sr., St. Louis, Missouri; Quincy Wilson, Florida, 6-1, 213, Jr., Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Safeties — Marcus Maye, Florida, 6-0, 210, Sr., Melbourne, Florida; Justin Evans, Texas A&M, 6-1, 195, Sr., Wiggins, Mississippi; Mike Edwards, Kentucky, 6-0, 200, So., Cincinnati, Ohio.

Punter — Johnny Townsend, Florida, 6-1, 210, Jr., Orlando, Florida.

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Coach of the year — Nick Saban, Alabama

Offensive player of the year — Jalen Hurts, Alabama

Defensive player of the year — Jonathan Allen, Alabama

Newcomer of the year — Jalen Hurts, Alabama

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AP All-SEC Voting Panel:

Parrish Alford, Daily Journal; Michael Bonner, The Clarion-Ledger; Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times Free Press; John Clay, Lexington Herald Leader; Joe Dubin, WSMV-TV; Garland Gillen, WVUE-TV; Josh Kendall, The State; Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; Dwayne Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser; Gary Smits, The Florida Times-Union; Dana Sulonen, Opelika-Auburn News; Joe Walljasper, , Columbia Daily Tribune; Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald; Brent Zwerneman, Houston Chronicle.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1154 on: December 08, 2016, 02:20:49 pm »

2016 Coaches Freshman All-SEC Team

TE    Issac Nauta    Georgia
OL    Jonah Williams    Alabama
OL    Greg Little    Ole Miss
OL    Jawaan Taylor    Florida
OL    Logan Stenberg    Kentucky
C    Erik McCoy    Texas A&M
WR    Dimetrios Mason    Missouri
WR    Van Jefferson    Ole Miss
QB    Jalen Hurts    Alabama
RB    Benny Snell, Jr.    Kentucky
RB    Trayveon Williams    Texas A&M
AP    Jonathan Johnson    Missouri

DL    Jabari Suniga    Florida
DL    Marlon Davidson    Auburn
DL    Ed Alexander    LSU
DL    McTelvin Agim*    Arkansas
DL    Jeffery Simmons*    Mississippi State
LB    Leo Lewis    Mississippi State
LB    Devin White    LSU
LB    De'Jon Harris    Arkansas
DB    Javaris Davis    Auburn
DB    Nigel Warrior    Tennessee
DB    Ronnell Perkins    Missouri
DB    Jaylon Jones    Ole Miss

P    Josh Growden    LSU
RS    Jonathan Johnson    Missouri
PK    Rodrigo Blankenship    Georgia
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1155 on: December 11, 2016, 08:35:00 am »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the QBs that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Jalen Hurts     .9231  Bama  Channelview '16  #3 DT-QB, #25 TX, #177 US

Josh Dobbs    .9276  Vols     Alpharetta '13   #10 PS-QB, #14 GA, #164 US

Chad Kelly      .8727  OM      Last Chance '15  #1 JuCo DT-QB, #37 JuCo US


Note: Composite Ratings rounded to the nearest ten-thousandth of a point
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1156 on: December 13, 2016, 12:39:12 pm »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the Tailbacks that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Derrius Guice             .9777  LS   Catholic '15            #5 RB, #2 LA, #46 US

Rawleigh Williams III   .8659 Ark  Bishop Lynch '15  #44 RB, #70 TX, #540 US

Kam Pettway            .8774  AU   Prattville '14        #27 RB, #12 AL, #408 US


Ralph Webb               .8256  VU   Gainesville '13    #77 RB, #178 FL, #1226 US

Leonard Fournette     .9996  LS   NOLA St. A '14      #1 RB, #1 LA, #1 US


Benny Snell, Jr.          .8482  UK   Westerville '16   #56 RB, #37 OH, #883 US

Trayveon Williams     .8949 A&M  CE King '16        #8 APB, #48 TX, #311 US


Other, not All-SEC

Lanard Fournette      .8382  LS   NOLA St. A. '15  #96 ATH, #57 LA, #1194 US

Note: Composite Ratings rounded to the nearest ten-thousandth of a point

Observations:  Williams III and to a lesser extent, Webb, show that getting productive carries is key to making All-SEC and lands them in spots above Nick Chubb and even Fournette.

Fun Fact: Benny Snell, Jr. is a nephew of former NY Jet Matt Snell (see Joe Namath guarantees Super Bowl III victory)
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1157 on: December 16, 2016, 04:50:30 pm »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the Tight Ends that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Evan Engram  .8435   OM    Powder Springs '13  #115 WR, #81 GA, #888 US

OJ Howard     .9909  Bama  Autaga Academy '13      #1 TE, #2 AL, #19 US

Isaac Nauta*  .9903   UG    IMG bwo Buford '16        #1 TE, #3 GA, #12 US

*Isaac Nauta's name is spelled correctly here and not in the Official SEC Office listing of All-SEC Freshmen

Note: Composite Ratings rounded to the nearest ten-thousandth of a point
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1158 on: December 20, 2016, 06:45:55 pm »

Michael Carvell ‏@Michael_Carvell 19m19 minutes ago

How past 5-star recruits in the SEC faired in 2016  https://www.seccountry.com/sec/5-star-recruits-sec-2106

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2013 5-star recruits
Reuben Foster, Alabama linebacker: 2016 Butkus Award winner
Montravius Adams, Auburn DT: 39 tackles, 8.5 tfl, 4.5 sacks. 2nd team All-SEC
O.J. Howard, Alabama tight end: Second team All-SEC
Carl Lawson, Auburn defensive end: 9.0 sacks. First team All-SEC.
Robert Foster, Alabama wide receiver: Five catches
Keith Ford, Texas A&M running back: Transferred from Oklahoma
Seals-Jones, Texas A&M wide receiver: 20 catches
Tony Conner, Ole Miss safety: Started all 12 games

2014 5-star recruits
Leonard Fournette, LSU TB: Missed four games because of injury, will not play in bowl
Myles Garrett, Texas A&M defensive end: Unanimous first-team All-American.
Cam Robinson, Alabama offensive tackle: Unanimous first-team All-American.
Da’Shawn Hand, Alabama defensive lineman: Finished with 19 tackles
Speedy Noil, Texas A&M wide receiver: Suspended one game, Finished with  21 catches
Tony Brown, Alabama DB: Suspended the first four games. Finished with 20 tackles.
Marlon Humphrey, Alabama defensive back: 33 tackles and two interceptions.
Teez Tabor, Florida DB: Suspended one game for punching teammate. All-SEC
Rashaan Evans, Alabama linebacker: 35 tackles
Bo Scarbrough, Alabama running back: Ran for 539 yards and seven touchdowns
Malachi Dupre, LSU wide receiver: Led LSU in receiving with 454 yards
Lorenzo Carter, Georgia linebacker: Led Georgia with 4.0 sacks
Sony Michel, Georgia running back: Rushed for 753 yards and three touchdowns.
Tre Williams, Auburn linebacker: 63 tackles
Jamal Adams, LSU S: Finished with 70 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, All-SEC
Nick Chubb, Georgia running back: Led team in rushing with 988 yards and seven TDs

2015 5-star recruits
Trent Thompson, Georgia defensive tackle: Finished with 48 tackles, 6.0 tFoloss
Martez Ivey, Florida offensive tackle: Second team All-SEC selection at guard.
Byron Cowart, Auburn defensive end: Five tackles and 1.0 tackles for loss.
Kahlil McKenzie, Tennessee defensive lineman: Missed the final five games
CeCe Jefferson, Florida defensive end: 27 tackles, 5.5 for loss and 1.5 sacks
Kevin Toliver, LSU defensive back: 21 tackles.
Calvin Ridley, Alabama WR: 66 catches, 727 yards and seven TDs. Second-team All-SEC.
Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri defensive lineman: Missed the final five games
Daylon Mack, Texas A&M defensive tackle: 22 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks
Blake Barnett, Alabama quarterback: Started the season opener before transferring
Christian Kirk, A&M WR: 77 rec, 842 yards, 9 TDs, 3 PR TDs. 1st Team All-SEC WR, PR
Terry Godwin, Georgia WR: 37 catches, 394 receiving yards
Da’Ron Payne, Alabama DT: 27 tackles and recovered a fumble for a touchdown
Minkah Fitzpatrick, Bama DB: First team All-American, led Bama with five big picks
Damien Harris, Alabama running back: Ran for 983 yards

2016 5-star recruits
Greg Little, Ole Miss offensive tackle: All-SEC Freshman
Shea Patterson, Ole Miss QB: Started final three games. Threw for six TDs and three picks Jacob Eason, Georgia quarterback: Started 11 games. 14 TDs, 8 big picks
Derrick Brown, Auburn DT: 11 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks
Ben Davis, Alabama linebacker: Red shirt
Isaac Nauta, Georgia TE: 27 catches, 353 yards and three TDs. All-SEC Freshman
Mecole Hardman, Georgia cornerback: Saw action mostly on special teams
Mack Wilson, Alabama linebacker: Appeared in 13 games, played mostly special teams
Jonah Williams, Alabama offensive tackle: Named a freshman All-American.
McTelvin Agim, Arkansas defensive end: Appeared in all 12 games. Finished with 25 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. All-SEC Freshman team selection
Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State defensive end: Was suspended the season’s first game because of a ground and pound of female. Finished with 37 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss. All-SEC Freshman team selection.
Kristian Fulton, LSU defensive back: Appeared in two games, had two tackles
Rashard Lawrence, LSU defensive tackle: Did not see any game action
Benito Jones, Ole Miss DT: Appeared in all 12 games, started in four. 39 tackles, 4.5 tFoloss
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1159 on: December 30, 2016, 01:24:05 pm »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the Wide Receivers that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Fred Ross             .9187  MS     Tyler '13                    #24 WR, #27 TX, #196 US

Christian Kirk        .9886  A&M   Scottsdale Saguaro '15  #4 WR, #1 AZ, #25 US

ArDarius Stewart  .9594  Bama  Fultondale '13             #3 ATH, #5 AL, #86 US

Josh Reynolds      .8746  A&M   Tyler JC '14                #5 JC WR, #38 JuCo

Calvin Ridley         .9928  Bama  Pompano Beach Monarch'15  #1 WR, #6 FL, #11 US

Dimetrios Mason  .8254  MU      Loganville Grayson '16  #210 WR, #133 GA, #1449 US

Van Jefferson       .9489  OM     Brentwood Ravenwood '16  #11 WR, #3 TN, #108 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1160 on: January 01, 2017, 06:47:33 am »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the OCs that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Ethan Pocic       .9728  LSU  Lemont '13                             #5 OT, #3 IL, #57 US

Jon Toth           .837    UK    Indy Brebeuf Jesuit Prep '12  #65 OG, #24 IN, #1082 US

Frank Ragnow  .8913  Ark   Chanhassen '14                     #24 OT, #3 MN, #311 US

Erik McCoy      .8402  A&M  Lufkin '15                             #14 OC, #134 TX, #1133 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1161 on: January 07, 2017, 10:18:50 am »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the off. tackles and guards that made 2016 All-SEC Teams

Cam Robinson  .9979  Bama  West Monroe '14     #1 OT, #2 LA, #4 US

Dan Skipper      .8625  Ark     Ralston Valley '13  #49 OT, #3 CO, #581 US


Avery Gennesy .9069  A&M  "Last Chance U" '14   #5 JuCo OT, #9 JuCo

Will Clapp          .9054  LSU    Brother Martin '14  #15 OG, #15 LA, #239 US

Braden Smith    .9678  AU     Olathe South '14     #3 OG, #1 KS, #63 US

Alex Kozan        .886   AU     Valor Christian '12   #40 OT, #6 CO, #386 US


Will Holden        .8464  VU     Clay '12                 #76 OT, #104 FL, #899 US

Martez Ivey      .999    UF     Apopka '15               #1 OT, #1 FL, #2 US


Robert Leff       .8387  AU     Fairhope '12           #92 OT, #31 AL, #1047 US 

Jonah Williams .9873  Bama  Folsom '16              #2 OT, #3 CA, #17 US

Josh Boutte     .9316  LSU    Westgate '13          #10 OG, #6 LA, #148 US

Ross Pierschbacher .9646  Bama  Cedar Falls '14  #6 OT, #1 IA, #74 US


Greg Little        .9991  OM     Allen '16                  #1 OT, #1 TX, #3 US

Jawaan Taylor  .8453  UF      Cocoa '16           #46 OG, #133 FL, #953 US

Logan Stenberg .8586  UK  James Clemens '15  #74 OT, #27 AL, #675 US


Note:  The media All-SEC selections had a preference for Auburn's O-line in '16
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1162 on: January 08, 2017, 10:52:07 am »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the all purpose and return specialists on 2016 All-SEC Teams

Christian Kirk       .9886  A&M  Scottsdale Saguaro '15  #4 WR, #1 AZ, #25 US


Isaiah McKenzie   .8917  UG    American Heritage '14  #44 WR, #42 FL, #307 US

Derrius Guice       .9777  LSU   BR Catholic '15              #5 RB, #2 LA, #46 US

Evan Berry          .8934  UT     Creekside '14              #28 ATH, 21 GA, #290 US


Johnathon Johnson* .8615  MU  Melrose Place '15    #47 ATH, #18 TN, #615 US


* Chose to spell Johnson's name correctly on this listing.  It is spelled incorrectly on the SEC's official announcement of the 2016 All-SEC Freshman Team
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1163 on: January 09, 2017, 08:42:44 am »


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13. 2010 Florida: 37-26 (.587)
Just barely edging out the Hurricanes for the Worst No. 1 Recruiting Class are the Florida Gators. The last class Urban Meyer would sign as the Gators’ head coach had one good season (11-2, Sugar Bowl loss to Louisville in 2012 under Will Muschamp) but never even won a divisional championship. The class had an extensive list of defensive players who would go onto college stardom and the NFL; but the offensive class was — ahem — lacking.

10. 2003 Florida: 46-18 (.719)
Led by 5-star recruits D Caldwell and Chris Leak, Florida’s 2003 class went on to a national title following the 2006 season.

8. 2000 Tennessee: 47-17 (.734)
A group that had five 5-star recruits — but, undoubtedly, the most famous was 4-star tight end Jason Witten.

7. 2007 Florida: 50-17 (.746)
This group is now more well known for their stories after National Signing Day (Cam Newton and Aaron Hernandez, for instance), but Joe Haden blossomed into a first-round pick and this class won a national title after the 2008 season.

5. 2009 LSU: 53-13 (.803)
LSU edged Alabama for the No. 1 overall class, and was led by familiar names like Morris Claiborne (a 3-star recruit!), Rueben Randle and Barkevious Mingo. This group played for the national title after the 2011 season, but lost to Bama.

2. 2011 Alabama: 62-7 (.899)
Bama’s 2011 signing class helped the Crimson Tide win national titles in 2011, 2012 and 2015. The group had three 5-star commitments, which included current NFLers Cyrus Kouandjio and Hasean Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

1. 2012 Alabama: 64-6 (.914)
Bama’s 2012 signing class won national titles in 2012 and 2015, and have one more shot to get a third tonight.

NOTE: Alabama’s really just competing with itself now.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1164 on: January 10, 2017, 09:24:54 am »

2016 Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America Team

SEC placed six players on the 34-member team


RB    • Benny Snell, Kentucky    5-11    220    Westerville, Ohio

TE    • Isaac Nauta, Georgia    6-4    246    Buford, Ga.

OL    • Jawaan Taylor, Florida    6-5    340    Cocoa, Fla.

LB    Leo Lewis, Mississippi State    6-2    240    Brookhaven, Miss.

LB    • David Reese, Florida    6-0    244    Farmington, Mich.

K    Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia    6-1    191    Marietta, Ga.

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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1166 on: January 13, 2017, 01:38:59 pm »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the defensive linemen on 2016 All-SEC Teams*****

Jonathan Allen* .992  Bama   Ashburn Stone Bridge '13   #3 OLB, #2 VA, #16 US

Derek Barnett  .9164  UT     Academy, Brentwood '14   #13 SDE, #5 TN, #206 US

Myles Garrett  .9992  A&M    Arlington James Martin '14  #1 WDE, #1 TX, #2 US

Carl Lawson    .9897  AU      Alpharetta Milton '13           #1 WDE, #3 GA, #21 US

Montravius Adams  .9945  AU  Dooly County '13             #3 DT, #2 GA, #10 US


Arden Key       .9589  LS      ATL Hapeville Charter '15     #4 WDE, #9 GA, #82 US

Charles Harris  -----  MU      KC Lincoln Prep '13              unranked, 2-star in HS

Caleb Brantley .9471 UF      Crescent City '13                 #9 DT, #20 FL, #111 US

Darius English  .899  SC      McEachern '12              #18 WDE, #24 GA, #302 US


Jabari Zuniga***  .8604  UF  Sprayberry '15          #35 SDE, #68 GA, #631 US

Marlon Davidson .9807  AU  Greenville '16                  #4 SDE, #3 AL, #30 US

Ed Alexander      .9653  LS  St. Thomas Aquinas '16    #8 DT, #4 LA, #66 US

McTelvin Sosa Agim* .9868  Ark   Hope '16                #2 SDE, #1 AR, #18 US

Jeffery Simmons**  .9862   MS  Noxubee Co. '16       #3 SDE, #1 MS, #19 US

Leo Lewis          .9674  MS     Brookhaven '15            #1 ILB, #3 MS, #63 US

*Unanimous
** Simmons beat down a woman in his complex before signing with State.
*** Zuniga's surname is spelled correctly here, and incorrectly on official SEC list
***** Perhaps more than any other POS, stars matter when projecting All-SEC DL
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1167 on: January 16, 2017, 10:03:55 am »

Recruiting Rankings for some of the linebackers on 2016 All-SEC Teams

Zach Cunningham  .9013  VU      Pinson Valley '13  #18 OLB, #10 AL, #269 US

Reuben Foster       .9958  Bama  Auburn '13             #1 ILB, #1 AL, #7 US
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Kendell Beckwith   .9964  LSU     East Feliciana '13  #7 OLB, #2 LA, #74 US

Ryan Anderson     .9619  Bama   Daphne '12          #6 OLB, #5 AL, #76 US

Arden Key            .9589  LSU     Hapeville Charter '15  #4 WDE, #9 GA, #82 US

Tim Williams        .9613  Bama   BR University Lab '13 #2 WDE, #3 LA, #82 US

Jarrad Davis         .8681  UF      Camden County '13 #39 OLB, #44 GA, #494 US

Jordan Jones        .8782  UK      Cardinal Mooney '14 #33 OLB, #20 OH, #408 US

FROSH

Leo Lewis           .9674  MS        Brookhaven '15       #1 ILB, #3 MS, #63 US

Devin White       .9366  LSU       North Webster '16   #5 RB, #7 LA, #135 US

De'Jon Harris     .8547  Ark        John Ehret '16     #28 ILB, #37 LA, #718 US

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« Reply #1168 on: January 18, 2017, 07:57:32 am »


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Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi have been pumping stars into the conference for several decades. Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas haven’t been far behind in recent years.

First-team All-SEC players (AP and Coaches’ ballots) from each state since 2000

Arizona (1)
   
Hawaii (1)
   
Washington, D.C. (1)

Wisconsin (1)
    2001: Kentucky AP Derek "Don't Kick It To" Abney

Connecticut (2)
    2009: Florida TE Aaron Hernandez
    2012: Florida TE Jordan Reed

Illinois (2)
   
Kansas (2)
   
Massachusetts (2)
   
Michigan (2)
   
Indiana (3)

Pennsylvania (3)
   
Colorado (4)
    2014: Alabama P JK Scott
    2015: Auburn K Daniel Carlson
    2016: Auburn G Alex Kozan
    2016: Arkansas OT Dan Skipper

Oklahoma (4)
    2006: Tennessee WR Robert Meachem
    2007: Arkansas RB Felix Jones
    2008: Ole Miss K Joshua Shene
    2015: Missouri LB Kentrell Brothers

California (5)
    2004: Tennessee LB Kevin Burnett
    2006: Florida CB Ryan Smith
    2011: Tennessee DT Malik Jackson
    2012: Tennessee TE Mychal Rivera
    2015: Arkansas G Sebastian Tretola

Maryland (5)

New Jersey (5)

Ohio (6)

Missouri (6)

Virginia (6)

North Carolina (7)

Kentucky (9)

Arkansas (16)
    2002: Arkansas OT Shawn Andrews (Camden)
    2003: Arkansas RB Cedric Cobbs (Little Rock)
    2004: Arkansas DE Jeb Huckeba (Searcy)
    2005: Arkansas RB Darren McFadden (North Little Rock)
    2006: Arkansas C Jonathan Luigs (Little Rock)
    2006: Arkansas DE Jamaal Anderson (Little Rock)
    2008: Arkansas TE D.J. Williams (North Little Rock)
    2009: Arkansas G Mitch Petrus (Carlisle)
    2010: Auburn OT Lee Ziemba (Rogers)
    2011: Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson (Greenwood)
    2011: Auburn RB Michael Dyer (Little Rock)
    2011: Arkansas WR Jarius Wright (Warren)
    2011: Arkansas DE Jake Bequette (Little Rock)
    2011: Arkansas AP Joe Adams (North Little Rock)
    2014: Arkansas LB Martrell Speight (North Little Rock)
    2015: Arkansas TE Hunter Henry (Little Rock)

South Carolina (21)

Texas (27)
    2002: Arkansas RB Fred Talley
    2003: LSU C Ben Wilkerson
    2003: Alabama LB Derrick Pope
    2006: Arkansas OT Tony Ugoh
    2007: Arkansas G Robert Felton
    2007: LSU G Herman Johnson
    2007: LSU K Colt David
    2008: LSU WR Brandon LaFell
    2009: LSU OT Ciron Black
    2010: Arkansas RB Knile Davis
    2010: Arkansas OT DeMarcus Love
    2012: Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel
    2012: Arkansas WR Cobi Hamilton
    2012: Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews
    2012: Texas A&M OT Luke Joeckel
    2012: Texas A&M DE Damontre Moore
    2013: Texas A&M WR Mike Evans
    2013: Arkansas C Travis Swanson
    2013: Missouri DE Michael Sam
    2014: Missouri WR Bud Sasser
    2014: Texas A&M OT Cedric Ogbuehi
    2014: Missouri AP Marcus Murphy
    2015: Mississippi State WR Fred Ross
    2015: Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett
    2015: Alabama DT A’Shawn Robinson
    2016: Alabama QB Jalen Hurts
    2016: Arkansas RB Rawleigh Williams III
    2016: LSU S Jamal Adams

Tennessee (27)
    2000: Tennessee DT John Henderson (Nashville)
    2000: Auburn P Damon Duval (Chattanooga)
    2001: Tennessee RB Travis Stephens (Clarksville)
    2001: Arkansas S Ken Hamlin (Memphis)
    2001: Tennessee S Andre Lott (Memphis)
    2002: Tennessee OT Will Ofenheusle (Martin)
    2002: Tennessee TE Jason Witten (Elizabethton)
    2002: Alabama DE Kindal Moorehead (Memphis)
    2002: Vanderbilt LB Hunter Hillenmeyer (Nashville)
    2003: Tennessee C Scott Wells (Brentwood)
    2003: Tennessee P Dustin Colquitt (Knoxville)
    2004: Vanderbilt LB Moses Osemwegie (Nashville)
    2005: Ole Miss LB Patrick Willis (Bruceton)
    2005: Auburn P Kody Bliss (Brentwood)
    2006: Tennessee K James Wilhoit (Hendersonville)
    2006: Auburn K John Vaughn (Brentwood)
    2006: Tennessee P Britton Colquitt (Knoxville)
    2007: Ole Miss OT Michael Oher (Memphis)
    2007: Ole Miss DE Greg Hardy (Memphis)
    2009: Tennessee DE Dan Williams (Memphis)
    2009: Kentucky AP Randall Cobb (Alcoa)
    2010: Alabama G Barrett Jones (Memphis)
    2010: LSU K Josh Jasper (Memphis)
    2011: LSU OT Alex Hurst (Arlington)
    2011: Alabama LB Dont’a Hightower (Lewisburg)
    2013: Vanderbilt OT Wesley Johnson (Nashville)
    2016: Tennessee DE Derek Barnett (Nashville)

Mississippi (39)
 
Louisiana (45)
    2000: LSU WR Josh Reed (Rayne)
    2001: LSU RB LeBrandon Toefield (Independence)
    2001: LSU LB Trev Faulk (Lafayette)
    2001: LSU LB Bradie James (West Monroe)
    2002: LSU CB Corey Webster (St. James)
    2003: Ole Miss QB Eli Manning (New Orleans)
    2003: LSU WR Michael Clayton (Baton Rouge)
    2003: LSU WR Devery Henderson (Opelousas)
    2003: LSU DE Marcus Spears (Baton Rouge)
    2003: LSU DT Chad Lavalais (Marksville)
    2003: Arkansas S Tony Bua (New Orleans)
    2004: LSU OT Andrew Whitworth (Monroe)
    2004: Mississippi State DT Ronald Fields (Bogalusa)
    2004: LSU LB Lionel Turner (Walker)
    2005: LSU DT Claude Wroten (Bastrop)
    2005: LSU DT Kyle Williams (Ruston)
    2005: LSU S LaRon Landry (Boutte)
    2005: LSU AP Skyler Green (Jefferson Parish)
    2006: Ole Miss RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (New Orleans)
    2006: LSU OT Glenn Dorsey (Gonzales)
    2007: Vanderbilt G Chris Williams (Baton Rouge)
    2007: LSU S Craig Steltz (Metairie)
    2008: LSU RB Charles Scott (Jonesboro)
    2008: LSU DE Rahim Allen (New Orleans)
    2010: LSU DT Drake Nevis (Marrero)
    2011: LSU WR Reuben Randle (Bastrop)
    2011: LSU G Will Blackwell (West Monroe)
    2011: LSU CB Tyrann Mathieu (New Orleans)
    2011: LSU CB Morris Claiborne (Shreveport)
    2011: LSU P Brad Wing (Baton Rouge)
    2012: Alabama RB Eddie Lacy (Geismar)
    2012: LSU S Eric Reid (Geismar)
    2013: LSU RB Jeremy Hill (Baton Rouge)
    2013: Auburn OT Greg Robinson (Thibodaux)
    2013: Alabama P Cody Mandell (Lafayette)
    2013: LSU AP Odell Beckham Jr. (New Orleans)
    2014: Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott (Haughton)
    2014: LSU OT La’el Collins (Baton Rouge)
    2014: Alabama S Landon Collins (Geismar)
    2015: LSU RB Leonard Fournette (New Orleans)
    2015: Alabama OT Cam Robinson (Monroe)
    2016: LSU RB Derrius Guice (Baton Rouge)
    2016: LSU G Will Clapp (New Orleans)
    2016: LSU LB Kendell Beckwith (Jackson)
    2016: LSU CB Tre’Davious White (Shreveport)

Alabama (57)
    2000: Arkansas LB Quinton Carter (Anniston)
    2001: Alabama C Alonzo Ephraim (Birmingham)
    2001: Tennessee G Fred Weary (Montgomery)
    2001: Alabama LB Saleem Rasheed (Irondale)
    2002: Alabama G Marico Portis (Prichard)
    2002: Alabama OT Wesley Britt (Cullman)
    2002: Alabama DT Kenny King (Daphne)
    2002: Auburn LB Karlos Dansby (Birmingham)
    2003: Auburn RB Cadillac Williams (Attallah)
    2003: Auburn G Monreko Crittenden (Montgomery)
    2003: Alabama DE Antwan Odom (Irvington)
    2003: Auburn DT DeMarco McNeil (Prichard)
    2004: Alabama G Evan Mathis (Homewood)
    2004: Auburn DT T.J. Jackson (Opelika)
    2004: Tennessee CB Jason Allen (Muscle Shoals)
    2004: Alabama K Brian Bostick (Cullman)
    2005: Alabama RB Kenneth Darby (Huntsville)
    2005: Alabama WR Chad Jackson (Hoover)
    2005: Vanderbilt WR Earl Bennett (Birmingham)
    2005: Tennessee OT Arron Sears (Russellville)
    2005: Alabama LB DeMeco Ryans (Bessemer)
    2005: Alabama S Roman Harper (Prattville)
    2006: LSU QB JaMarcus Russell (Mobile)
    2006: Auburn G Ben Grubbs (Eclectic)
    2006: Arkansas OT Zac Tubbs (Cullman)
    2006: Alabama CB Simeon Castille (Birmingham)
    2007: Alabama OT Andre Smith (Birmingham)
    2007: Alabama DE Wallace Gilberry (Bay Minette)
    2007: LSU CB Chevis Jackson (Mobile)
    2007: South Carolina CB Captain Munnerlyn (Mobile)
    2007: Alabama S Rashad Johnson (Sulligent)
    2008: Alabama C Antoine Caldwell (Montgomery)
    2008: South Carolina TE Jared Cook (Birmingham)
    2008: Auburn DE Antonio Coleman (Mobile)
    2008: Alabama LB Rolando McClain (Decatur)
    2009: Alabama S Mark Barron (Mobile)
    2009: Alabama K Leigh Tiffin (Muscle Shoals)
    2010: Alabama WR Julio Jones (Foley)
    2010: Auburn C Ryan Pugh (Hoover)
    2010: Alabama DT Marcell Dareus (Birmingham)
    2011: Alabama C William Vlachos (Birmingham)
    2011: Alabama LB Courtney Upshaw (Eufaula)
    2012: Vanderbilt WR Jordan Matthews (Madison)
    2012: Alabama G D.J. Fluker (Foley)
    2012: Alabama LB C.J. Mosley (Theodore)
    2012: Alabama CB Dee Milliner (Millbrook)
    2013: Auburn C Reese Dismukes (Spanish Fort)
    2013: Auburn DE Dee Ford (Odenville)
    2013: Alabama AP Christion Jones (Adamsville)
    2014: Alabama LB Reggie Ragland (Madison)
    2014: Kentucky K Austin MacGinnis (Prattville)
    2015: Vanderbilt LB Zach Cunningham (Pinson)
    2015: Ole Miss S Trae Elston (Oxford)
    2016: Auburn RB Kamryn Pettway (Prattville)
    2016: Alabama WR ArDarius Stewart (Fultondale)
    2016: Alabama LB Reuben Foster (Auburn)
    2016: Alabama LB Ryan Anderson (Daphne)

Florida (64)

Georgia (71)

    2000: Auburn QB Ben Leard (Hartwell)
    2000: South Carolina LB Kalimba Edwards (East Point)
    2001: Georgia OT Jon Stinchcomb (Lilburn)
    2001: Georgia TE Randy McMichael (Fort Valley)
    2001: Georgia CB Tim Wansley (Buford)
    2002: Georgia QB David Greene (Snellville)
    2002: Georgia WR Terrence Edwards (Sandersville)
    2002: Georgia DE David Pollack (Snellville)
    2002: Georgia DE Johnathan Sullivan (Griffin)
    2002: Georgia LB Boss Bailey (Folkston)
    2002: Georgia K Billy Bennett (Athens)
    2003: Florida TE Ben Troupe (Augusta)
    2003: Georgia LB Odell Thurman (Monticello)
    2003: Florida LB Channing Crowder (Sandy Springs)
    2003: Auburn LB Dontarrious Thomas (Perry)
    2003: Arkansas CB Ahmad Carroll (Atlanta)
    2003: Georgia S Sean Jones (Atlanta)
    2003: Georgia S Thomas Davis (Cuthbert)
    2004: Auburn RB Ronnie Brown (Cartersville)
    2004: Georgia WR Reggie Brown (Carrollton)
    2004: Georgia WR Fred Gibson (Waycross)
    2004: Auburn OT Marcus McNeill (Ellenwood)
    2004: Georgia TE Leonard Pope (Americus)
    2004: Auburn CB Carlos Rogers (Augusta)
    2004: Mississippi State P Jared Cook (Columbus)
    2005: Georgia QB D.J. Shockley (College Park)
    2005: Auburn RB Kenny Irons (Dacula)
    2005: Georgia DE Quentin Moses (Athens)
    2005: Arkansas LB Sam Olajubutu (LaGrange)
    2005: Georgia CB Demario Minter (Stone Mountain)
    2005: Georgia S Greg Blue (College Park)
    2005: Georgia K Brandon Couto (Suwanee)
    2006: Georgia TE Martrez Milner (Oakwood)
    2006: South Carolina LB Jasper Brinkley (Thomson)
    2006: Kentucky LB Wesley Woodyard (LaGrange)
    2006: Georgia S Tra Battle (Forsyth)
    2006: Georgia AP Mikey Henderson (Buford)
    2007: South Carolina WR Kenny McKinley (Austell)
    2007: Tennessee G Anthony Parker (Hampton)
    2007: South Carolina DE Eric Norwood (Kennesaw)
    2008: Georgia G Clint Boling (Johns Creek)
    2008: Georgia LB Rennie Curran (Snellville)
    2008: Kentucky CB Trevard Lindley (Hiram)
    2008: Tennessee S Eric Berry (Fairburn)
    2009: Georgia P Drew Butler (Suwanee)
    2010: Auburn QB Cam Newton (Atlanta)
    2010: Alabama OT James Carpenter (Hephzibah)
    2010: Georgia LB Justin Houston (Statesboro)
    2010: LSU LB Kelvin Sheppard (Stone Mountain)
    2010: Florida P Chas Henry (Dallas)
    2011: Tennessee WR Da’Rick Rogers (Calhoun)
    2011: Georgia OT Cordy Glenn (Riverdale)
    2011: South Carolina OT Rokevious Watkins (Fairburn)
    2011: Georgia LB Jarvis Jones (Columbus)
    2011: Georgia S Bacarri Rambo (Donalsonville)
    2012: Alabama G Chance Warmack (Atlanta)
    2012: LSU LB Kevin Minter (Suwanee)
    2013: Tennessee LB A.J. Johnson (Gainesville)
    2013: Vanderbilt S Kenny Ladler (Stone Mountain)
    2014: Georgia RB Nick Chubb (Cedartown)
    2014: Ole Miss TE Evan Engram (Powder Springs)
    2014: Kentucky DE Bud Dupree (Irwinton)
    2014: Mississippi State DE Preston Smith (Stone Mountain)
    2014: Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche (Loganville)
    2014: Georgia LB Amarlo Herrera (College Park)
    2015: LSU G Vadal Alexander (Buford)
    2015: Georgia S Dominick Sanders (Tucker)
    2015: Tennessee AP Evan Berry (Fairburn)
    2016: Auburn DE Carl Lawson (Alpharetta)
    2016: LSU DE Arden Key (Union City)
    2016: Auburn DT Montravius Adams (Vienna)
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1169 on: January 18, 2017, 08:01:38 am »


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5-STAR RECRUITS LEAVING THE SEC EARLY

RB LEONARD FOURNETTE, LSU '14
DE MYLES GARRETT, TEXAS A&M '14
WR SPEEDY NOIL, TEXAS A&M '14
OT CAM ROBINSON, ALABAMA '14
CB TEEZ TABOR, FLORIDA '14
CB Marlon Humphrey, Alabama; DE Carl Lawson, Auburn; Jamal Adams, LSU

OVERACHIEVERS
DE CHARLES HARRIS, MISSOURI '13 **
CB QUINCY WILSON, FLORIDA '14 ***
LB ZACH CUNNINGHAM, VANDERBILT '13 ****
DE DEREK BARNETT, TENNESSEE '14 ****
RB “BOOM” WILLIAMS, KENTUCKY '14 ****
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1170 on: January 18, 2017, 09:28:56 am »


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James Clemens defensive end LaBryan Ray, Jackson-Olin linebacker T.D. Moultry and Lee-Montgomery receiver Henry Ruggs III all earned five stars from 247Sports.

Moultry is solid in his commitment to Auburn. He joins Washington, D.C., offensive tackle Calvin Ashley as five-star commits in Auburn's class.

Ray is coming off an official visit to Tennessee. He visits Alabama this weekend and Florida next.

Ruggs visited Florida State last weekend and will go to Alabama this weekend.

Alabama has four five-star commitments in running back Najee Harris, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, offensive tackle Alex Leatherwood and linebacker Dylan Moses.
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« Reply #1171 on: January 18, 2017, 10:29:24 am »


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Running back Alex Collins was one of the best backs in Arkansas history. Tight end Hunter Henry was an All-American and Mackey Award winner. A handful of others have made a considerable impact on the program.

2013 also had its fair share of underachievers.

Signed enrollees: 24

4-star recruits: 4

3-star recruits: 18

2-star recruits: 2

Ranking: 23 (nation), 9 (SEC)

Alex Collins, 4-star RB
Collins was a superstar in his three seasons at Arkansas. He rushed for more than 1,000 each season — joining fellow Razorbacks great Darren McFadden and Heisman winner Herschel Walker of Georgia as the only SEC players to do so.

Hunter Henry, 4-star TE
Like Collins, Henry turned out to be the best recruit at his position in the class. He too left school with one year of eligibility remaining. The 2015 John Mackey Award winner was a consensus All-American and twice a first-team All-SEC selection.

Denver Kirkland, 4-star OL
The third player in this class to leave for the NFL Draft after three seasons...

Austin Allen, 4-star QB
Allen’s legacy with the Hogs still is to be determined.

Reeve Koehler, 3-star OL

Carroll Washington, 3-star DB

Brooks Ellis, 3-star LB
Ellis started 41 games over four years with the Hogs. He led the team in tackles each of the past two seasons and was viewed as a defensive leader by teammates...

A.J. Derby, 3-star QB
Derby made a remarkable transformation during his time at Arkansas that propelled him to a career in the NFL. He signed with Razorbacks as a quarterback from Coffeyville...

Dan Skipper, 3-star OL
Though he was a four-year starter, Skipper became a very valuable asset in 2016

Myke Tavarres, 3-star LB

Martrell Spaight, 3-star LB
Spaight, who transferred from Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College, became a standout in 2014 as a senior. That season, he was a consensus first team All-SEC selection and had a SEC-best 128 tackles. He’s the only Arkansas player ever to lead the conference in tackles.

Alex Brignoni, 3-star DB

Melvinson Hartfield, 3-star WR

Korliss Marshall, 3-star RB

Damon Mitchell, 3-star QB

Denzell Evans, 3-star RB

D.J. Dean, 3-star DB
Dean had an up-and-down career with 16 career starts and 4 interceptions over four seasons. He was never able to establish himself as a lockdown corner or even a permanent starter —

Tevin Beanum, 3-star DL
Beanum is set to enter the 2017 season as one of  the Hogs’ most experienced defensive players.

Johnathan McClure, 3-star OL

Ke’Tyrus Marks, 3-star DL

De’Andre Coley, 3-star DB
He had 37 tackles while making six starts and have every opportunity to start in 2017 and exceed expectations.

Tiquention Coleman, 3-star LB

Drew Morgan, 2-star WR
Morgan should easily be considered the biggest overachiever of any recruit in the Bielema era. From Greenwood (Ark.) High School, he was a 2-star recruit rated as the No. 152 athlete and No. 12 in-state player in the class.

Sam Irwin-Hill, 2-star P
Australia native came to Arkansas after two seasons at City College of San Francisco and averaged more than 40 yards per punt as a two-year starter. One of the best highlights of 2014 with a 51-yard touchdown run off fake punt against A&M.
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