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Recruiting News - 02/18/05


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<font color="#b90000">Friday, February 18, 2005</font> Recruiting News - 02/18/05

Class of 2006 QB to watch: Tim Tebow - Rivals PREMIUM

February 16, 2005
Class of 2006 QB to watch: Tim Tebow

Brian Stumpf
StudentSportsFootball.com Recruiting Analyst *
When discussing the top quarterbacks across the country in the Class of 2006, it's hard to get very far without bringing up the name of Tim Tebow. The 6-3, 225 pound St. Augustine (Fla.) Nease standout has the resume that most high school quarterbacks would kill for. Strong arm, athletic ability, toughness, got all those. Huge junior season and postseason honors? Yup, those too. Read on for more on Tebow and to check out some of the left-hander's top highlights from last fall.

California MVP still awaiting first offer - Rivals PREMIUM

February 18, 2005
California MVP still awaiting first offer

Rick Shaw
Duck Sports Authority *
There's not many prep players in the country that can match the resume of Chane Moline. The 6-foot-2, 240-pound running back from Mission Viejo (Calif.) Was the CIF offensive player of the year as a junior in 2004. He also helped lead his team to a 14-0 record, a CIF Championship and a No.1 ranking in the state of California. Despite his numerous accolades, Moline is still awaiting his first offer of the recruiting process.

Ohio OL Has Interest In Hawkeyes - Rivals PREMIUM

February 18, 2005
Ohio OL Has Interest In Hawkeyes

Tom Kakert
HawkeyeReport.com *
In the recently signed class of football recruits the Hawkeyes were able to make inroads into the state of Ohio and based on several visitors last weekend for Iowa's Junior Day, they hope to continue that trend. One of those visitors was Bob Gulley, an offensive line prospect from Berea, OH. Learn more about Gulley and his visit to Iowa in this update.

Stepping Stones: Hakes gives competition Shakes - Rivals PREMIUM

February 18, 2005
Stepping Stones: Hakes gives competition Shakes

Matt Stepp
TexasPrepXtra.com *
Sean Hakes, burst onto the scene last year helping guide the Fort Worth Nolan Catholic Vikings to a 12-1 record and a TAPPS Class 6A state title. Hakes transferred to Nolan at the end of his sophmore season from Colleyville Heritage and made an immediate impact on offense at quarterback and as a defensive back.

Will Bucks look at kicker/punter Wright? - Rivals PREMIUM

February 18, 2005
Will Bucks look at kicker/punter Wright?

Bill Kurelic
BuckeyeSports.com Recruiting Analyst *
Kicker and punter Bryan Wright is beginning to draw interest from recruiters. Will the Bucks take a look at this all-state selection?

Ten Ohio State Players Selected To Big 33 - Scout

Ten Ohio State Players Selected To Big 33
By Bucknuts.com Staff
Date: Feb 18, 2005

Ten out of eleven Buckeye commitments have been selected to play in this year's Big 33 game. For the second straight year, Ohio State leads the way in players chosen. Read on for more info on who was picked.

Ten members of the 2005 Ohio State recruiting class have been selected to play in this year's Big 33 game, taking place July 23, 2005 in Hershey Park, Pennsylvania.

Representing Ohio State in this year's version of the game will be wide receiver Andre Amos, offensive lineman Alex Boone, defensive lineman Todd Denlinger, wide receiver Brian Hartline, linebacker Fred Lenix, defensive back Jamario O'Neal, quarterback Rob Schoenhoft, linebacker Austin Spitler, and defensive end Lawrence Wilson. Every player who signed with Ohio State from the state of Ohio is slated to play in the game except offensive lineman Jim Cordle, who will already be enrolled at Ohio State.

Other key names on the Ohio roster include running back and 2004 Mr. Football winner Tyrell Sutton (Northwestern), running back Mister Simpson (Michigan), wide receiver Mario Manningham (Michigan), linebacker Alex Daniels (Minnesota), and wide receiver Trey Stross (Iowa). The head coach for the Ohio team will be Steve Channell of Trenton Edgewood.

Top names from the Pennsylvania side include offensive lineman Marques Slocum (Michigan), running back Knowledge Timmons (Penn State), and running back Mikell Simpson (Virginia).

Ohio State has more players in the game than any other school. Pittsburgh and Cincinnati have five selections, while Michigan has four and Penn State and Notre Dame have three.

This year's game will be the 48th edition of the Big 33 classic. Since Ohio and Pennsylvania began squaring off in 1993, the teams are even at a 6-6 mark. Pennsylvania has the all time edge at 9-8 after going 3-2 against Ohio from 1972 to 1976. Ohio has won the last two games.

Link to Big33: http://www.big33.org/

Geiger calls reprimand an isolated occurrence - Akron Beacon Journal

Posted on Fri, Feb. 18, 2005
Geiger calls reprimand an isolated occurrence

AD denies connection between 2002 incident, Clarett
By Tom Reed
Beacon Journal staff writer

Ohio State athletic director Andy Geiger said Thursday the poor judgement of an Ohio State assistant football coach more than two years ago involving a then-recruit was an isolated incident and not a further example of the widespread improprieties alleged by former tailback Maurice Clarett.

Geiger's comments came after a Columbus Dispatch report that OSU offensive coordinator Jim Bollman was reprimanded two years ago for trying to help a recruit arrange a bank loan, car and an academic tutor.

Bollman's assistance in arranging the tutor constituted a secondary NCAA infraction. Geiger said the NCAA accepted the university's self report and did not launch its own investigation.

``It's a closed case,'' Geiger said. ``This is very different from what (Clarett) is talking about. This dealt with recruiting. It was an isolated case.''

The Dispatch identified the recruit as offensive lineman Derek Morris, who was part of the same recruiting class as Clarett. Morris never played for the Buckeyes, but in 2003 enrolled at North Carolina State, where he did play.

Clarett's charges prompted the NCAA to conduct its second probe of the football program in as many years. Among his accusations: coaches aligned players with loaner cars and tutors and steered them toward boosters offering money.

Geiger said OSU has not been in contact with Clarett and isn't sure if the NCAA has interviewed him. The NCAA does not comment on pending cases.

In December, starting quarterback Troy Smith was suspended prior to the Alamo Bowl for accepting money from a Dayton-area booster.

Geiger's written reprimand of Bollman was the only punishment the OSU assistant received for the 2002 incident.

``Your actions reflected poorly on our coaches and our institution and are not to be repeated,'' Geiger wrote to Bollman. ``Understand that even inadvertent violations compromise the integrity of our athletic department.''

Geiger said Wednesday the program has had no similar recruiting incidents. The outgoing AD didn't recall exactly how Bollman's actions came to light, but added it was not a practice of other coaches.

Coach Jim Tressel received a letter of admonishment for the incident because he is Bollman's superior.

``It was a case of bad judgement on (Bollman's) part and the learning curve was very sharp,'' Geiger said.

Bollman told the Dispatch he collected ACT test registration material and arranged a tutor to help the recruit prepare for the test. Bollman claims he thought the tutor already had been contacted.

He told the paper the Morris family, which moved from North Carolina to Columbus in 2002, must have used his name as a reference for a $3,000 bank loan. According to the reprimand, Bollman contacted his courtesy car dealership and asked if the dealer could help the family's recruit obtain a car. Bollman told the newspaper the family never got the car.

In November, Tressel conceded that he directed Clarett to his courtesy car dealership in 2003, but said he did it only so the tailback would be treated fairly. Geiger said the incidents' similarities do not form a pattern.

OSU assistant was reprimanded in '03 - Dayton Daily News

OSU assistant was reprimanded in '03

Bollman arranged for a car and a loan for football recruit

By Doug Harris
Dayton Daily News

COLUMBUS | Ohio State athletic director Andy Geiger believes an NCAA violation committed by an assistant football coach in 2002 was an isolated incident and said the school took swift action to assure it wouldn't happen again.

OSU placed a letter of reprimand in the personnel file of offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Jim Bollman after he arranged for a car and a loan for a recruit and provided him with a tutor to help him pass the ACT test, according to WBNS-TV in Columbus.

Bollman called Nourse Auto Leasing in Columbus and asked the dealer to help the recruit's family get a car. Bollman also was called by an area bank as a reference when the family was seeking a $3,000 loan.

Geiger said providing help on a pre-enrollment test is a secondary NCAA violation. But the NCAA was satisfied with OSU's self-report of the incident and didn't pursue it.

Bollman apparently didn't break regulations for the other assistance he gave the recruit's family, but he was chastised nonetheless.

"Your actions reflected poorly on our coaches and our institution and are not to be repeated," Geiger wrote in the letter to Bollman. "Understand that even inadvertent violations compromise the integrity of our athletic department."

Head coach Jim Tressel received a letter of admonishment — which is less serious than a reprimand — because he is Bollman's supervisor.

Geiger said Thursday the OSU compliance office followed up on a tip about the recruit, who ended up enrolling elsewhere. The Columbus Dispatch identified the player as Derek Morris, an offensive lineman who ended up playing for North Carolina State.

The investigation was "a fairly protracted effort and ... we took decisive action," Geiger said.

"I don't think it ever happened again after that. (Bollman) learned a lot."

Tressel was given a letter of reprimand just six months into his tenure in 2001 for providing a jersey to a prospect, which is an improper inducement, the TV station also reported.

But school spokesman Steve Snapp said the jersey came from an assistant coach, not from Tressel, and that the letter of reprimand was issued to the entire staff.

"We self-reported it. It was deemed to be a secondary violation, and that was the end of it," Snapp said.

The NCAA has been investigating the football program since November because of allegations made by Maurice Clarett. The former running back claimed he received loaner cars and cash from boosters while starring for the Buckeyes in 2002.

Geiger said he didn't know the status of the probe.

"I don't specifically know what's next," he said, "but I know it's not completed."


Helwagen Chat: Feb. 18 Archive - Bucknuts

Helwagen Chat: Feb. 18 Archive
By Bucknuts.com Staff
Date: Feb 18, 2005

Here are excerpts from Friday's Chat with Bucknuts.com managing editor Steve Helwagen.

redondo (Feb 18, 2005 11:37:01 AM)
Hi Steve - How serious is this Coach Bollman recruiting issue that surfaced in the last day or two? Please provide some perspective for us out-of-towners. Thank you.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:38:22 AM)
The article said the NCAA was aware and did not consider it serious. This is past history. It happened in 2002 and he has obviously continued to work there in exemplary fashion since then (for the most part ... ha ha). Jim Bollman is not a rulebreaker, I chalk this to coming from the pros and not being up to date, probably more than anything.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:39:01 AM)
This came to light after the Dispatch perused the personnel files of the coaches. If this is the most serious thing in there, then I'd say everything should be fine.

silvrbullets7777 (Feb 18, 2005 11:39:09 AM)
What are you're thoughts on Erik Haw? I think that people are looking over him a bit. He's big (6-1/210) and ran a 4.2! Don't you think he has a shot to be great at OSU?! Thanks GO BUCKS

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:40:13 AM)
Yes, he looked really good to me in preseason camp, but there was a disconnect somewhere in there off the field and they decided to redshirt him. He should be a pleasant surprise this spring. They have to balance getting he and Pittman ready with keeping them healthy. Maybe they won't tackle them to the ground a whole bunch.

jcfiesta (Feb 18, 2005 11:40:26 AM)
Any update on possible ineligible players on the Fball team? Any rumors of transfers?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:41:26 AM)
Not that I am aware of. I don't get grade reports on the players every 3 weeks (ha ha). Gary may have a source that told him about somebody beyond Maupin and Underwood, but I have not heard about it and can not confirm it.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 11:41:29 AM)
How do you think Ohio St would use Chane Moline? As a FB? If they get him, will he redshirt?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:42:46 AM)
Probably similar to how they used Branden Joe, some at FB, some as a single back, some as a TB and some as a WB. He sounds like he would be a good one to have, no question.

buckmark (Feb 18, 2005 11:42:58 AM)
When does the lack of a signed contract for Matta begin to raise concerns?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:43:11 AM)
Now ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:45:22 AM)
They desperately need to sign 1 quality big man from somewhere this spring and 4-5 good to great juniors this summer. This is abnormal for a coach to be working this deep into a season without a contract. I think it will all come out OK, but with the AD choice pending maybe that is what Coach Matta is waiting on. The last time this came up 2-3 weeks ago he said the holdup dealt with fine print and lawyers. These things do take time, from my own experience with such. ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:45:48 AM)
Let me just say it would put a lot of fears to rest if he'd sign it and they'd distribute it properly to the media.

DaytonBuckeye (Feb 18, 2005 11:46:02 AM)
What is the word around Columbus on Guilford? Since his legal matters are over, does he have an opportunity to return to the team? Would CoachT give him a second chance?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:46:26 AM)
Have not heard one peep about Ira Guilford.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 11:47:40 AM)
Do we have a quality WR to step up this season on the roster and take the place of Ginn if we decide to use him as a shutdown corner?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:47:50 AM)
Good question ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:49:53 AM)
I thought Tony Gonzalez (TDs vs. Michigan and Okie State) really came on at the end of the year. The hopes are high that people like Hall and Lyons and maybe even Jordan are ready to make strong contributions. They have good young depth there. Ginn and Holmes would be options 1 and 1A. In looking at the corner situation, if E.J. Underwood does not pull through (or O'Neal can't win it out of the chute, which I think is possible), Ginn may be needed there.

buckmark (Feb 18, 2005 11:50:00 AM)
My biggest concern about Matta is that there is a pretty good chance there will be an opening in Indiana.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:50:35 AM)
Oooh ... hadn't thought of that. I think IU gives Davis one more year to coach his young team and then it may be Sayonara if they don't put it together.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 11:50:46 AM)
Bear with me on this one...We talk about BBall occaisionally. Even one qusetion about Wrestling. What do you know about Ohio St's Synchronized Swimming? I thought I read somewhere that the team was completely dominant in the Big10.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:52:01 AM)
OSU's synchronized swimming team is considered one of the nation's best. They have won umpteen college national championships (only about 40-50 schools compete in that sport, maybe fewer). They also send synchro swimmers on to the Olympics and nationals, etc. It may be OSU's signature program, all things considered.

osufan25 (Feb 18, 2005 11:52:08 AM)
Steve, If I wanted to get tickets for the Texas game, how would I go about finding them without paying an arm and a leg for the tickets?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:54:07 AM)
That's a tough question. There should be a lot of tickets floating around because it is before school starts. Just go down to the stadium early and walk around and see what you can find. Face value is now $60 (roughly), so be prepared to spend at least $100-150 or more for that game. That's just the way it is now. There is no magic formula for a game like this. Just check the eBay sites, the brokers, ask around, go down there.

eastcoastbuck (Feb 18, 2005 11:54:13 AM)
Has the spring game been announced?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:54:37 AM)
April 23, 1:30 p.m., the Ohio Stadium. No other details yet. I assume ONN/WBNS will carry it live.

TBDBuckeyeITL (Feb 18, 2005 11:54:40 AM)
Steve, do you think the Bollman news hurts us in the NCAA investigation, or is it old news??

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:55:04 AM)
It's old news the Dispatch dug out of his file. The article said the NCAA was fully aware and OSU reported it when it happened.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:55:10 AM)
No impact, IMO.

buckmark (Feb 18, 2005 11:55:16 AM)
Is the in state class going to be so strong this year that we will see 15 or more recruits become Buckeyes? Seems there is a ton of talent right in Ohio.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:58:00 AM)
The class total will only be 18-20. As of today, it could be up to 17 (actually). To say 15 would be from Ohio would seem like a lot. They have already offered 8-9 Ohio guys and have two verbals. Somebody in that group will go elsewhere. I imagine they will sign at least one of the Ohio QBs. So right there you're looking at 8-9 Ohio signees. Wouldn't take much to push the number to where it was this year ... around 11. I think OSU is positioned to do better rankings wise this year because I think the Ohio guys they get will be better, as a whole, than the ones they landed this past year (i.e. more and better talent in this class, last year's was top heavy with O'Neal and Boone, then kind of dropped off).

TBDBuckeyeITL (Feb 18, 2005 11:58:07 AM)
steve, do we have any chance to get HILEY to transfer back.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:58:59 AM)
Doubt it. Sounds like he left the JUCO after one quarter and likely does not have the necessary academics he needs to come back to I-A. Sad to see. He and Troy Smith made beautiful music together. Smith always knew where Supe was. Damn shame.

buckmark (Feb 18, 2005 11:59:12 AM)
Any official word on UT being at night?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 11:59:30 AM)
I e-mailed a high ranking OSU official for confirmation of that, but have not heard back.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:00:43 PM)
I assume it''s true, though. Everything points toward it. ABC likes Sept. night games so they don't have to program Sat. nights in the late summer/early fall when few are watching. Plus, it is perfect to go Michigan-ND at 3:30, break for the Channel 6 pregame and go right to UT-OSU at 8.

edbuck51 (Feb 18, 2005 12:00:49 PM)
Isn't there an investigation into free speedos for the sycronized swimming team? I think the Dispatch is looking into that.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:00:52 PM)
Ha ha

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:01:01 PM)
Are we forced to be creative and aggressive on offense this year without the luxury of Nugent? It seems we could "play it safe" in the past with Nugent kicking field goals.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:02:54 PM)
I just think in the normal course of events -- provided they can find a serviceable tailback -- the offense will just naturally get better. The QBs are coming into their own, the OL played with some nastiness down the stretch and the WRs are borderline spectacular. Like to see the TE get involved. Hamby had more catches (18) as Hartsock's backup in 2003 than he did as the starter in 2004 (16). That's a stat. In answer to your question, yes, they will definitely miss Nuge in the nut crunching big games. But the improved offense should turn some of those threes into sevens.

WVBuckeye (Feb 18, 2005 12:04:45 PM)
One website has the OSU v. Illinois game on Saturday the 5th at noon; others have it Sunday the 6 at 2:00. Do you know when it is? My tickets say 5/6

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:05:26 PM)
The Big Ten and CBS have announced that game as Sunday, March 6 at 2 p.m. Great way to end the regular season and start championship week, huh?

edbuck51 (Feb 18, 2005 12:05:35 PM)
Do you think the '05 defense will be as good as the '02 defense? What about comparing the offenses as well?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:07:15 PM)
If they find a corner to replace Fox (my feeling is it will be Ginn, O'Neal, Whitner or Everett) and can get a meaningful pass rush in place (that means Richardson, Gholston, Barrow and/or Wilson and/or Worthington must step up), they have the chance to be as good as 2002. Few will have better DTs, LBs or safeties or a better field CB than Youboty. ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:08:21 PM)
The 2002 offense was kind of a station to station offense built around Clarett and Krenzel's steady play. I think with the QBs and receivers advancing as they have, they may lean on the spread (including QB runs, like late last year) and establish the traditional run as they go.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 12:08:29 PM)
Any word on Aaron Brown? I got a funny feeling that he's heading south...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:09:00 PM)
Great for him he has offers from LSU, Auburn, Miami and many others. But I think OSU has been his dream. My feeling says he ends up here.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:09:10 PM)
Steve, the added depth on the defensive line creates a lot of advantages, a healthy core of four great linebackers does as well. Will we see the Buddy Ryan defense in the future? The "46 defensive scheme"

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:10:37 PM)
They toyed with that some early last year before D'Andrea went down. An interesting idea I had, not that MDA would go for it, is he could redshirt and come back as the starter in 2006, allowing Schlegel to play this year. If he isn't ready, that may be best, actually. Of course, if he wants and is granted a medical RS for last year (he's borderline because he played in 4 games, stead of 3), that point would be moot -- he could play as needed this year and start in 2006 anyway.

redondo (Feb 18, 2005 12:11:04 PM)
Hi Steve, has the retention rate been satisfactory on the paying folks coming out of the recruiting peak season? Thank you.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:11:50 PM)
Yes, we are adding new people every day. It has been beyond my wildest imagination how things have taken off. We are doing everything we can to keep people around and interested 12 months a year. ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:13:00 PM)
That's the best thing we can do to grow. Some people go monthly and only stay Aug.-Feb. We get roughly $70 from them, but they don't get the mag. If we can get them to go annual and pay $100, we get that extra $30 and that means so much. In exchange, they get the 10 annual issues of the mag ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:13:25 PM)
Plus, the issue we are doing now is our recruiting wrap-up and will have Scout's 64-page insert as well. Should be pretty exciting.

edbuck51 (Feb 18, 2005 12:13:33 PM)
Somehow the Buckeyes are going to need more RBs than Pittman and Haw just to run practice in the spring. Who do you think will work over there?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:14:37 PM)
They have some walk-ons that will mix in there. Not sure about any returning scholarship players going over there. I think Lenix and/or Russell may start out there in the fall. No need for either of them on defense. Lenix can still play special teams like a Sirjo Welch as needed, too.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:15:51 PM)
The walk-ons that come to mind are Matthew Johnson, Colby Staubs and maybe one or more of the FB walk-ons (Fender, Franzinger, Daniels).

TBDBuckeyeITL (Feb 18, 2005 12:16:03 PM)
steve, are we close to picking up any comittments, soon?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:16:36 PM)
I have heard no further rumblings about anything like that. Everybody assumes that Rose and Small will be Buckeyes at some point, but they will go through the process.

ginnsmyhero (Feb 18, 2005 12:16:41 PM)
We heard a lot of good things about Marcel Frost last year, do think he will be full go this year and if so will he have a major impact on our offense?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:18:09 PM)
He looked great the first 3 days with no pads. Then pads went on, he got hurt and never played a down. So they'll back up for a new start and see what happens this year. They desperately need a TE who can stretch defenses with athleticism, and he can do that, no doubt.

euphorbia (Feb 18, 2005 12:18:23 PM)
Hi Steve, There's been a lot of talk about how Coach Cooper left the cupboard dry concerning the offensive line. I'm not wanting to beat a dead horse, but I've always been curious as to why the old coaching staff would have ignored/forgotten this position?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:20:32 PM)
They got beat instate for guys like Munoz and Antonio Hall. That killed them in one regard. Then they had some attrition (Rob Murphy killed them) and other things that weren't planned. They ended up short on the OL the last few years of the Coop regime and first 2 years of the Tressel regime. But they have the numbers back up where they should be. I think you need to average 3 a year, so there are always 12-15 on scholarship. It was great to see guys you didn't think would help them last year (Downing and Rehring, in particular) get in there. That tells me they are developing that next wave.

TBDBuckeyeITL (Feb 18, 2005 12:20:52 PM)
steve, during the Citrus Bowl against Tenn. They were accused of using illegal cleats. DO you remember if Tennessee had to apologize or anything of that nature, what come of "cleat gate".

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:22:12 PM)
Nothing really. I guess Coop reamed Fulmer out about it after the game. But there weren't any sanctions or anything. UT just pressed the rules for a little edge (literally) and got away with it. I'm not sure if Coop had brought it up during the game that even the game officials would have done anything about it.

ginnsmyhero (Feb 18, 2005 12:22:19 PM)
We heard some good things from the coaches about NicK Patterson this past year. Where do you think he fits in and how much of the field will he see this year?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:23:40 PM)
He's in a numbers game at safety with Salley, Whitner, Everett and Salley ahead of him and Welch beside him. Maybe if one of those guys has to go play corner it will open some time for Nick. But he is the future at the position. I see him in the rotation, probably, in 2006. I hope he has a good year on special teams. Great athlete, good student, great kid. Picked OSU over his home state school at Mizzou.

edbuck51 (Feb 18, 2005 12:23:45 PM)
Do you think Shaun Lane is a candidate at RB?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:24:06 PM)
Possibly. He was a big timer at Hubbard. Problem is they need corners, too. Whaddayoudo?

Pastor Jack (Feb 18, 2005 12:24:16 PM)
If we lose any of assistants, is it too late to replace them with very good, quality people? I remember Cooper saying when he was fired that he felt badly for his assistants because it was too late in the game for them to get jobs.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:25:08 PM)
Absolutely not. OSU got John Peterson on April 15 last year. He qualifies as a good one. Guys like Tovar or others would crawl back here in June if offered.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:25:30 PM)
How likely is it that we will see a two quarterback system this year? Might give opposing coaches a lot of sleepless nights.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:27:56 PM)
Maybe early on, but I think when they get into the meat of the Big Ten and prepare toward Michigan, it would be Smith's team. That's my opinion. He has some proving to do and has to regain a lot of trust after what he did. But he made a quantum leap in just a few short weeks. He played a great deal in 6 of the games and only threw 3 picks. Plus he rushed for almost 400 yards.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:28:02 PM)
He's the guy ...

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:28:50 PM)
... provided he can stay on the straight and narrow. And yet, Zwick deserves a chance to show what he can do after that gutty, gritty performance at the Alamo. Should be a great situation for the coaches to get the best out of these guys.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 12:28:55 PM)
What kind of chance does TD Tommy Tamaska from Centerville have to make it as a walk-on?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:29:51 PM)
I have not confirmed that with anybody. I think I read that in passing somewhere that he'd be walking on at OSU. He was a 2,000-yard rusher against good competition in the Dayton area. I'd say he has a good chance to be at least a practice player, something they will need.

redondo (Feb 18, 2005 12:30:05 PM)
HI Steve - Speaking of finding running backs for the Spring game, what about QB's? I would assume JT wouldn't want to take too many risks at that position, particularly with Zwick starting to develop an injury history.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:30:49 PM)
Good point, I'm sure the rules will probably be like last year, live for a portion and non contact for the rest. They need to be tested, certainly, but not killed. It's a fine line.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 12:30:57 PM)
Do you see Gerry Berry moving into the FB coaching ranks? Tovar isn't former LB Steve Tovar is it?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:32:18 PM)
I don't know about Gary. That might be a natural thing. He is working as a speed trainer now at MAX Sports after his NFL career was cut short by injury. I watched him yesterday with some of the guys and was impressed. Tovar is Steve Tovar. He was an unpaid assistant at OSU 2 years ago, then went to Army with Bobby Ross to be a full-time assistant this past year.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:32:31 PM)
How is the off season academic situation been for OSU? It seems in the past we lost a lot of recruits do to academics. I looked at some early recruiting classes recently 1997 and up and was amazed at how many guys simply did not make the grade.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:33:32 PM)
I think OSU's retention record is better today than it's been the last 5-6 years. I agree, there were some years there where they lost a ton of guys to grades. But they are down to only losing an occasional guy. I think that is because of the real emphasis Tressel has put on the books and attending class.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:36:58 PM)
Do we get an out of state blue chip linebacker this year? It seems that is a needed and desired recruiting position?

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:39:35 PM)
I think if they get Euclid's Thaddeus Gibson, he would fill that athletic OLB role nicely. They'll go after the guys they think are the very best. Gibson is smaller (around 205 or so). They have LBs stacked up like cord wood now with Laurinaitis (maybe a SLB), Homan (WLB maybe) and Spitler (MLB all the way) as well as Lenix, Freeman, Lukens (could go to safety, I guess), Brandon Smith. I'm not sure LB is a huge priority unless they think they can get a great one. The lure of early playing time is definitely there with the guys leaving after 2005.

MFTodd (Feb 18, 2005 12:42:13 PM)
How huge would it be if we upset Illinois in basketball compared to other great Buckeye Hoops moments and does Thad get his contract then? ha ha

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:43:40 PM)
That would be a huge story, certainly. Anything is possible, I guess, and the same 2 teams played to within a point on the same date in the same building a year ago. OSU was only down 7 with 10 to play at Champaign before getting blown out. It would go down as one of the great wins in school history, no question.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:44:07 PM)
And again, I have no idea what is taking so long with Matta. You'd think he would want it resolved so people can't negative recruit him.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:46:12 PM)
OSU just announced that Matt Sylvester will not play at Minnesota because of his actions toward a fan after the game at MSU last week. No idea what he did, but he is apologizing for it.

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:46:49 PM)
Just a one-game suspension. That makes that a tougher one, certainly. Only took them 9 days to mete out that punishment.

Behind_Enemy_Lines (Feb 18, 2005 12:48:29 PM)
I do wish you a safe and happy family time with your kids. You work hard here for us and you earned it :-) ALWAYS enjoy your input Steve, hope it is a real fun time for ya.

BuckeyeDave (Feb 18, 2005 12:48:39 PM)
Thanks Steve. Have fun!!! GO BUCKS!!!

SteveHelwagen (Feb 18, 2005 12:49:59 PM)
Thanks a lot. See you all later.


Hornsby talks about his trip to Gainesville - Rivals PREMIUM

February 17, 2005
Hornsby talks about his trip to Gainesville

Mark Wheeler
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Rivals.com National Top 50 prospect, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood athlete, Jamar Hornsby took an unofficial visit to Florida last week along with Tim Tebow. Read on to find out what did he thought of the visit, Urban Meyer, the recruiting process and more.

TE/DE has OSU at the top of his list - Rivals PREMIUM

February 17, 2005
TE/DE has OSU at the top of his list

Bill Kurelic
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Springboro, Ohio, tight end/defensive end Jake Ballard has received several scholarship offers. While the Bucks have not yet offered, they are interested and Ballard says OSU stands at the top of his list.

Dorin Dickerson: Pa. Athlete Favors Michigan - Scout PREMIUM

Dorin Dickerson: Pa. Athlete Favors Michigan
By Don Hoekwater
Date: Feb 17, 2005

Michigan has made a home for itself recruiting-wise in Pennsylvania over the years.
Another top athlete is a life-long Wolverine fan, and has Michigan on top. Is there an offer on the table?


http://ssfootball.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=386785]2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 QBs To Watch List[/URL] - Rivals

February 7, 2005
2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 QBs To Watch List

Brian Stumpf
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EA SPORTS and Student Sports are proud to present the sixth edition of the 2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 Quarterbacks to Watch List, a list of over 640 Class of 2006 quarterback prospects who will be vying with hundreds of other rising senior quarterbacks across the country this spring for one of the 12 spots in the 2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 which will be held in late July.

This will be the seventh year of the EA SPORTS Elite 11, a five day event which brings together the top high school quarterbacks and focuses on improving their quarterbacking play both on and off the field. Past players to participate at the event include Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart, as well David Carr, Ben Roethlisberger, Chris Leak, Rose Bowl MVP Vincent Young and many more.

The final 12 high school quarterbacks for the event are selected by the Student Sports staff after thorough tape evaluation, a telephone interview and an in-person workout at either a NIKE Football Training Camp or EA SPORTS Elite 11 Regional Workout.

The EA SPORTS Elite 11 Quarterbacks to Watch List will continue to grow as the beginning of the NIKE Camps approach in April, and will then gradually be pared down throughout the months of April, May and June, up until the final 12 quarterbacks are announced for the final event in July.

If you are a returning Class of 2006 quarterback or you know of one who should be on this list, email [email protected] and the name will be added to the list as this list will be updated weekly. Also, if you haven't yet sent film to be evaluated for the EA SPORTS Elite 11, please do so to the address listed below:

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Jeffery Anderson 6-4 225 Southside Selma AL
Neil Caudle 6-3 190 Spain Park Birmingham AL
Jonathan Chandler 6-1 185 Opelika Opelika AL
Anthony Davis 5-11 185 Carver Montgomery AL
Cale Dennis 6-2 185 Auburn Auburn AL
Steven Ensminger 6-2 180 Opelika Opelika AL
Robby Evans 6-1 205 Florala Florala AL
Seth Harkness 6-3 185 Fayette County Fayette AL
Jeremy Helms 6-0 180 Russellville Russellville AL
Austin Hubbard 6-2 190 Homewood Homewood AL
Clay Jones 6-1 185 Bibb County Centreville AL
Jared Loftin 6-0 190 Charles Henderson Troy AL
Phillip Moore 6-4 180 Edgewood Academy Elmore AL
Chris Smelley 6-3 200 American Christian Northport AL
Jay Stewart 5-11 170 Lee Huntsville AL
Josh Walls 6-0 190 Walker Jasper AL
Martavious Young 6-1 180 Benjamin Russell Alexander City AL
Mark Mitchell 5-11 185 Texarkana Texarkana AR
Mitch Mustain 6-3 200 Springdale Springdale AR
Erik Archuleta 6-1 220 Mesquite Gilbert AZ
Chase Brunick 6-5 210 Desert Edge Goodyear AZ
Cody Bruns 6-4 205 Moon Valley Phoenix AZ
Alex Groit 6-2 200 Fountain Hills Fountain Hills AZ
Paul Jaramill 6-1 190 Independence Glendale AZ
Shane McBurney Basha Chandler AZ
Nick Nuenfeldt 6-3 215 Chaparral Scottsdale AZ
Michael Robertson 6-1 175 Cienega Vail AZ
Chris Rodridguez 6-0 190 Apache Junction Apache Junction AZ
Johnathan Tobin 6-5 200 Cactus Glendale AZ
Brice Wilkins Westwood Mesa AZ
Justin Alegria 5-11 175 Cathedral Los Angeles CA
Kurios Alexander 6-0 158 Compton Compton CA
Mike Anderson 6-2 180 Los Osos Rancho Cucamonga CA
Nick Bates 6-2 198 Madera Madera CA
Brenden Benson 5-9 160 Winters Winters CA
Anelsovy Bettencourt 6-0 158 Christian Brothers Sacramento CA
Jason Bulstein 6-3 180 Tokay Lodi CA
Jeremy Camacho 5-8 143 Eagle Rock Los Angeles CA
Jermaine Carter 6-0 180 Seaside Monterey CA
Chandler Clemons 6-0 175 Oak Ridge El Dorado Hills CA
Michael Cook 6-2 175 San Clemente San Clemente CA
Nathan Costa 6-1 198 Hilmar Hilmar CA
Michael Coughlin 6-4 190 Mira Mesa San Diego CA
Jon Daniels 6-1 170 Santa Margarita Rancho Santa Margarita CA
Hilton Dawson 5-11 185 Cabrillo Long Beach CA
Greg Denham 6-3 205 Placer Auburn CA
Dustin Driscoll 5-10 166 Southwest El Centro CA
Doc Edick 6-1 195 Twentynine Palms Twentynine Palms CA
Forrest Elder 6-0 180 Muir Pasadena CA
Angel Elekana 6-1 180 Apple Valley Apple Valley CA
Cameron Ely 6-6 205 San Marcos Santa Barbara CA
Matt Evans 6-0 170 St. Bonaventure Ventura CA
Jake Flohr 6-2 180 Laguna Creek Elk Grove CA
Adam Froman 6-4 195 Maria Carrillo Santa Rosa CA
Blak Gallacher 6-3 200 Madison San Diego CA
Levi Gorsri 5-11 138 West Valley Hemet CA
Brandon Gray 6-2 200 Cleveland Reseda CA
Garrett Green 6-1 185 Notre Dame Sherman Oaks CA
Keith Green 5-11 180 Aragon San Mateo CA
Bobby Guillory 5-9 160 Jesse Bethel Vallejo CA
Donte Hayes 5-6 120 Inglewood Inglewood CA
Max Heiges 6-3 185 Novato Novato CA
Michael Herrick 6-1 160 Valencia Valencia CA
Dominick Huerta 5-11 170 Agoura Agoura Hills CA
Brandon Jacoby 5-11 144 Upland Upland CA
Jeff Jansen 6-4 220 Diamond Bar Diamond Bar CA
Marvin Johnson 5-10 175 Dominguez Compton CA
Colin Kaepernick 6-4 180 Pitman Turlock CA
Kevin Kleppe 6-2 185 Colfax Colfax CA
Tyler Lantrip 6-2 180 Jesuit Carmichael CA
Jacob Laudenslayer 6-3 195 Davis Modesto CA
Emmanuel Lewis 6-3 175 Tulare Tulare CA
Tyler Lyon 6-4 185 Hart Newhall CA
Chad Manis 6-3 173 Los Alamitos Los Alamitos CA
Kyle Manning 6-2 180 El Toro El Toro CA
Dylan Martinez 5-7 140 Wilson Los Angeles CA
Rich Martinez 6-0 160 Clayton Valley Concord CA
Chris Mayabb 6-3 195 Murrieta Valley Murrieta CA
Tom Mendonca 6-1 180 Turlock Turlock CA
Chris Miller Sunny Hills Fullerton CA
Lee Mondol 6-1 180 Ventura Ventura CA
Kevin Mort 5-7 155 South Hills West Covina CA
Dejuan Nelson 5-10 136 Washington Los Angeles CA
Josh O'Brien 6-4 190 Santa Fe Christian Solana Beach CA
Damion Owens 5-9 155 San Leandro San Leandro CA
Joe Pangelina 6-1 175 Tennyson Hayward CA
Nathan Paopao 6-0 195 El Camino Oceanside CA
Dante Perez 6-0 175 Valley Christian San Jose CA
Joseph Perkins 6-1 Gardena Gardena CA
Kirk Philbrook 5-11 155 Norco Norco CA
Brent Rausch 6-4 175 Desert Chapel Palm Springs CA
Ramall Reed 6-0 180 Turlock Turlock CA
Brandon Reeves 6-2 185 Elsinore Wildomar CA
Tyler Robertson 6-4 200 Los Angeles Baptist North Hills CA
Anthony Robles 5-10 195 Roosevelt Los Angeles CA
Kevin Romero 6-2 185 Mira Costa Manhattan Beach CA
Casey Sanborn 6-3 195 Rancho Bernardo San Diego CA
Scott Saunders 5-11 190 Palm Springs Palm Springs CA
Grant Schwartz 6-1 190 Dana Hills Dana Point CA
Todd Sciacqua 6-0 165 Tesoro Las Flores CA
Chris Scott 6-0 170 Centennial Corona CA
Ritchie Scudellari St. Francis Mountain View CA
Stuart Sharpe 6-0 180 Northwood Irvine CA
Brian Shrock 5-11 185 Edison Huntington Beach CA
Sean Sodel 6-2 180 La Sierra Riverside CA
Philip Staback 5-11 149 West Hills Santee CA
Zach Summers 6-3 190 Saugus Saugus CA
Cam Taylor 6-0 175 Marin Catholic Kentfield CA
Jericho Toilolo 6-1 180 Helix La Mesa CA
R.J. Toman Mission Viejo Mission Viejo CA
Ron Torres 6-5 200 Clovis Clovis CA
Rodney Trimm 5-11 170 Palmdale Palmdale CA
Matt Wabby 6-3 210 Crespi Encino CA
Tim Whealer 6-4 190 El Camino Sacramento CA
Greg Winley 5-11 230 Moreno Valley Moreno Valley CA
Kyle Black 6-1 185 ThunderRidge Highlands Ranch CO
Josh Chavez 5-11 175 Pueblo Central Pueblo CO
Mike Rosales 5-10 165 Arvada Arvada CO
Kelsey Sokoloski Cherry Creek Englewood CO
Joey Ambrosini Trumbull Trumbull CT
William Brown 5-10 160 Windsor Windsor CT
Matt Kelleher 6-4 225 Southington Southington CT
Justin Walz 5-11 180 Fitch Groton CT
Alex Williams 6-1 185 Manchester Manchester CT
Eddie McGee 6-3 200 H.D. Woodson Washington DC
Nate Allen 6-3 210 Cape Coral Cape Coral FL
Daniel Augustine 5-7 156 Coral Springs Charter Coral Springs FL
Brett Bennett 6-1 175 Pensacola Pensacola FL
Harry Betsey 6-3 200 East Gadsten Quincy FL
Chip Bowden 6-1 185 Durant Plant City FL
Nate Breen 5-10 175 John I. Leonard Lake Worth FL
Sedrick Bryant 6-0 200 Carol City Miami FL
Herbert Bynes 6-3 200 Boyd Anderson Fort Lauderdale FL
Willie Campbell Osceola Seminole FL
Nick Caputo 6-3 190 Barron Collier Naples FL
Cody Clinton 6-2 205 Boca Raton Boca Raton FL
David Cozzo 5-8 141 Palmetto Miami FL
Luke Darr 5-10 162 Shorecrest Saint Petersburg FL
Dexter Davidson 6-3 210 North Broward Coconut Creek FL
Andres Diaz Archbishop Carroll Miami FL
Jeremy Dickens 5-11 170 Cottondale Cottondale FL
Keeley Dorsey 5-11 192 Lincoln Tallahassee FL
Justin English 5-10 165 Cooper City Cooper City FL
Jarred Fayson 6-2 200 Hillsborough Tampa FL
Jarrod Fleming 5-10 170 South Sumter Bushnell FL
Emanuel Francis 6-3 175 Godby Tallahassee FL
Travis Goodine 6-0 190 Seminole Sanford FL
Theo Gray 6-1 180 Haines City Haines City FL
Jared Hale 6-1 180 Arnold Panama City FL
Taylor Hashman 6-0 185 Naples Naples FL
Kyle Hatcher 5-11 175 Hudson Hudson FL
Chad Hodges 6-2 180 Calvary Christian Winter Garden FL
Matthew Johnson 5-10 165 Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale FL
Tanner Jones 6-1 180 Wakulla Crawfordville FL
Matt Kipp 6-1 175 Freedom Tampa FL
Travis Kreischer 6-1 182 Charlotte Punta Gorda FL
Alwan Lee 6-0 175 Booker T. Washington Miami FL
Thaddeus Lewis 6-1 175 Miami Lakes Hialeah FL
Robert Love 6-0 180 Pahokee Pahokee FL
John Lowell 6-4 210 Ransom Everglades Miami FL
Justin Marguriet 5-10 165 Coconut Creek Coconut Creek FL
Cory Mathis 5-10 160 Auburndale Auburndale FL
Kevin O'Brien 6-3 180 John Carroll Fort Pierce FL
Chris Paul-Etienne 6-1 170 Miami Edison Miami FL
Timothy Paulk Jackson Miami FL
Danny Perez Dade Christian Miami FL
Damon Pifer 6-1 200 Clay Green Cove Springs FL
Demetrius Randolph 6-3 180 Pompano Beach Pompano Beach FL
Trey Revell Florida Tallahassee FL
Derek Robinson 5-10 175 P.K. Yonge Gainesville FL
Johnathan Sapp 6-2 180 Northwest Christian Miami FL
Jack Solack 6-1 210 Cypress Lake Fort Myers FL
Chris Sorce 6-0 180 Pace Pace FL
Erik Stopelton 6-1 233 Deerfield Beach Deerfield Beach FL
Tim Tebow 6-3 225 Nease St. Augustine FL
Allen Terry 6-3 200 Homestead Homestead FL
Javares Thomas Miami Beach Miami Beach FL
Laif Toland 6-2 210 Holy Trinity Melbourne FL
Marcello Trigg 5-10 160 Robinson Tampa FL
Jed Tyre 6-2 190 Vernon Vernon FL
Chris Uhrig 6-0 180 Tampa Jesuit Tampa FL
Jeremy Veverka 5-9 150 Southwest Miami FL
Dustin Alley Union Grove McDonough GA
Ross Applegate 6-5 190 Walton Marietta GA
Bancs Bowers 6-1 180 Morgan County Madison GA
Russ Callaway 5-10 175 Oconee County Watkinsville GA
Damarr Carter 6-1 165 Chapel Hill Douglasville GA
David Cone 6-6 205 Statesboro Statesboro GA
Chad Cunningham 6-3 190 Dawson County Dawsonville GA
Antonio Denson 6-3 190 Spencer Columbus GA
Thomas Ellison 5-11 175 Alexander Douglasville GA
Mario Fannin 5-11 200 Lovejoy Lovejoy GA
Jeffrey Greene 6-0 190 Gainesville Gainesville GA
Dewayne Harris 6-0 175 Lithonia Lithonia GA
Dwayne Harris Tucker Tucker GA
Cortez Hastings 6-1 175 Griffin Griffin GA
Antonio Hinton 6-2 210 Peach County Fort Valley GA
Byron Ingram 6-5 180 Towers Decatur GA
Zach MacDowell 6-2 180 Harrison Kennesaw GA
Eric Maust 6-2 190 Blessed Trinity Roswell GA
Allen McCoy 5-11 180 Kendrick Columbus GA
Cody Rainey 6-2 160 Murray County Chatsworth GA
D'Vontrey Richardson 6-1 200 Lee County Leesburg GA
Jaustin Rios 6-3 215 Twiggs County Jeffersonville GA
Justin Roper 6-6 205 Buford Buford GA
Chad Sage 6-3 170 Chestatee Gainesville GA
Brad Schlosser North Gwinnett Suwanee GA
Tanner Shamblin 6-1 195 Riverside Military Gainesville GA
Mikel Soliday 5-11 180 Turner County Ashburn GA
Bobby Touhy 6-1 180 Woodstock Woodstock GA
Dadren Tucker Clarke Central Athens GA
Garrett Utt 6-4 190 The Lovett School Atlanta GA
Brian Watters 6-1 180 Rome Rome GA
Dequaoiz Woodard 5-11 165 Crim Atlanta GA
Bryson Beirne Pac-Five Honolulu HI
Kiran Kepo'o 6-2 220 Iolani Honolulu HI
Stanford Leti 6-0 195 Moanalua Honolulu HI
Kalehua Moniz Baldwin Wailuku HI
Austen Arnaud 6-3 205 Ames Ames IA
Tim Getting 6-4 170 Waukee Waukee IA
Aaron Jarosh 6-0 185 Ankeny Ankeny IA
Addison Powell 6-2 175 Mid-Prairie Wellman IA
Nick Sharp 6-4 190 Roosevelt Des Moines IA
Cody Hawkins 6-0 170 Bishop Kelly Boise ID
Jacob Pollane 6-2 175 Pocatello Pocatello ID
Alex Anderson Gage Park Chicago IL
Trevor Bupp 6-2 180 Johnsburg Johnsburg IL
Joe DeCeault 6-1 185 Victor Andrew Tinley Park IL
Andy DuVoisin 6-1 175 Bradley-Bourbonnais Bradley IL
Preston Earl 6-2 195 Stevenson Prairie View IL
Garrett Edwards 6-1 180 North Downers Grove IL
Dale Fink Althoff Catholic Belleville IL
Demetrius Jones 6-3 185 Morgan Park Chicago IL
Tyler Knights Maine South Park Ridge IL
Anthony Kropp Lincoln-Way East Frankfort IL
Sean Norris 6-1 185 Wheaton North Wheaton IL
Scott Slobowski Marist Chicago IL
Javon Stewart 5-9 165 Bolingbrook Bolingbrook IL
Scott Tolzien 6-3 180 William Fremd Palatine IL
Brandon Williams 6-0 174 East Belleville IL
Isaiah Williams Chicago Vocational Chicago IL
Ben Chappell 6-3 210 South Bloomington IN
Spud Dick 5-11 183 Lawrence Central Indianapolis IN
Chuck Dowdell 5-11 165 Northrop Fort Wayne IN
Kyle Foster 6-4 200 Cascade Clayton IN
Tyler Haston 6-3 200 Avon Avon IN
Matt Jansen 6-2 185 Crown Point Crown Point IN
Erick Kumming 6-3 175 Bishop Luers Fort Wayne IN
Tom Mix Westfield Westfield IN
Matt Rogers Indian Creek Trafalgar IN
Zack Sloan 6-1 175 Lebanon Lebanon IN
Chris Dieker 6-4 200 Hayden Topeka KS
Brian Heerey 5-11 160 Lawrence Lawrence KS
Ryan Holt 6-1 185 Louisburg Louisburg KS
Josh Kelsey 5-11 175 Marion Marion KS
Alex Kuhlman 6-2 180 Ness City Ness City KS
Tyler Lawrence 6-3 210 West Shawnee Mission KS
Derek Miller 6-3 180 East Olathe KS
Brad Sells 5-10 170 Belleville Belleville KS
Jeremy Wright Baldwin Baldwin City KS
Brian Anderson 6-4 185 Male Louisville KY
Daniel Ard 6-6 220 Marshall County Benton KY
Justin Burke 6-3 190 Lexington Catholic Lexington KY
Will Fidler 6-4 205 Henderson County Henderson KY
Ty Sargent 5-9 165 Mason County Maysville KY
Terrence Bell 5-8 145 Clinton Clinton LA
Andrew Calatone 6-3 215 Captain Shreve Shreveport LA
Frankie Gatson 5-10 175 Southwood Shreveport LA
Jason Hoffman 6-3 180 East Jefferson Metairie LA
Stephen Liuzza 5-10 155 Slidell Slidell LA
Matt Mannen 6-1 170 Bishop Sullivan Baton Rouge LA
Javoun Martin 5-11 165 Marksville Marksville LA
Michael McIver 6-1 180 Lafayette Lafayette LA
Alan Rogers 6-4 210 Evangel Christian Shreveport LA
Derrek Sander 5-11 190 Salmen Slidell LA
Ryan Singleton 6-0 180 Reed New Orleans LA
Bryan Stamey 6-1 175 St. Mary's Natchitoches LA
Jamie Cosgrove 6-3 195 Catholic Memorial Boston MA
Alex Dulski 6-2 200 Walpole Walpole MA
Bill Flutie 6-3 175 Natick Natick MA
Zack Norley 6-3 200 Lincoln-Sudbury Sudbury MA
Jessy Resende Brockton Brockton MA
Jeffrey Smith 5-11 185 Silver Lake Regional Kingston MA
Greg Wicks 6-1 195 Tabor Academy Marion MA
Kevin Clancy 6-0 170 Westminster Westminster MD
Nick Finney 6-3 200 Oakland Mills Columbia MD
Robert Jackson 6-2 185 Milford Mill Academy Baltimore MD
James Nickens 6-1 200 Potomac Oxon Hill MD
Andrew Robinson 6-3 225 Calvert Hall Towson MD
Stephen Smith 6-1 210 Kenwood Baltimore MD
Marcus Taylor 6-4 185 Dunbar Baltimore MD
J.C. Unitas 5-11 174 St. Paul's Brooklandville MD
Allen Adams 6-0 165 Cody Detroit MI
Michael Argillander 6-3 197 Renaissance Detroit MI
Corey Blue 6-1 215 Southeastern Detroit MI
Marquise Brown 6-3 180 Oak Park Oak Park MI
Michael Canfield 6-2 215 Everett Lansing MI
Michael Collins 6-3 200 Crockett Tech Detroit MI
Chris Cooley 6-2 175 Cranbrook Kingswood Bloomfield Hills MI
Matt Forystek 6-2 205 Divine Child Dearborn MI
Jeff Lindsey 6-4 210 L'Anse Creuse North Macomb MI
Travis Maxey 6-0 185 Western Walled Lake MI
Rapheal McCoy 6-3 170 River Rouge River Rouge MI
Dan Nease 6-5 205 John Glenn Bay City MI
Josh Rouhan 6-4 195 Tri-County Howard City MI
Dan Stiefel 6-2 184 Stevenson Sterling Heights MI
Shane Tierney 6-1 180 Lakeshore Stevensville MI
Nathan Turner 5-10 163 Haslett Haslett MI
Patrick Wilson 6-3 200 Pershing Detroit MI
Tim Bona 6-3 188 Columbia Heights Columbia Heights MN
Corey Jeske 6-0 180 Buffalo Buffalo MN
Jake Kranz 6-4 215 Hastings Hastings MN
Adam Weber 6-3 205 Mounds View Arden Hills MN
Carson Coffman 6-3 180 Ray-Pec Peculiar MO
Tommy Corwin 6-0 190 DeSmet Jesuit St. Louis MO
Reginald Cross 6-0 190 Vashon St. Louis MO
Eric Czerniewski 6-1 185 Montgomery County Montgomery City MO
Quinton Davie 6-4 190 Cardinal Ritter St. Louis MO
Jeff Ehrhardt 6-4 180 Westminster Christian St. Louis MO
Josh Freeman 6-6 215 Grandview Grandview MO
Joe Haas 5-11 210 Lindbergh St. Louis MO
Eric Humes 5-9 170 West Platte Weston MO
Drew Newhart 6-2 175 Cameron Cameron MO
Deron Putman Hazelwood Central Florissant MO
Mike Smith 6-6 200 Van-Far Vandalia MO
Mike Sobol 6-0 185 Herculaneum Herculaneum MO
Carl Wood 5-10 170 Hazelwood East St. Louis MO
C.J. Bailey 6-0 185 Moss Point Moss Point MS
Cliff Bailey 6-0 180 West Point West Point MS
Julius Blanks Gautier Gautier MS
Keith Brown 6-1 170 Forest Forest MS
Tim Buckley 6-1 180 Madison Central Madison MS
Zach Eaton 6-2 175 Belmont Belmont MS
Larry Jones 6-3 215 Hinds County Agricultural Utica MS
Matthew Malouf 6-2 210 Oxford Oxford MS
Levi Mitchell 6-2 165 Biggersville Corinth MS
James Patterson 6-1 215 Noxubee County Macon MS
Kiderra Pleasant 5-11 190 West Bolivar Rosedale MS
Anthony Summers 6-3 185 Olive Branch Olive Branch MS
Michael Townsend 6-2 190 Forest Forest MS
Andrew Selle 6-3 200 Billings West Billings MT
Mark Barnett 6-0 170 Forestview Gastonia NC
Terrell Benson Forest Hills Marshville NC
Kellen Brand 6-1 175 T.W. Andrews High Point NC
Mike Caparaso 6-2 170 Freedom Morgantown NC
Chase Holland Franklin Franklin NC
Bennett Johnson 6-0 170 Beddingfield Wilson NC
Stephen Johnson 6-2 190 High Point Central High Point NC
Cort McKeon 6-3 215 Murphy Murphy NC
Trevor Mullins 6-2 205 Ragsdale Jamestown NC
Matt Osborne Eastern Guilford Gibsonville NC
Keith Parker 6-3 185 Pine Forest Fayetteville NC
Kelly Rawls 6-2 185 Charlotte Christian Charlotte NC
Mike Remley 6-0 185 Providence Charlotte NC
Jeremy Robinson 6-4 185 Harding Charlotte NC
Garrett Sutphan 6-3 185 Bunn Bunn NC
O.C. Wardlow 6-1 180 Mt. Tabor Winston Salem NC
Craig Warnement 6-1 190 Charlotte Catholic Charlotte NC
Ben Williams 6-1 185 Olympic Charlotte NC
Jeffrey Williams 6-2 221 Smithfield-Selma Smithfield NC
Kevin Williams 6-1 185 Westover Fayetteville NC
Tony Purvis 6-1 160 McCook McCook NE
Tyler Robinson 6-2 205 Elkhorn Elkhorn NE
Brett Brackett 6-5 220 Lawrence Lawrenceville NJ
Matt Campanella 6-1 175 Middlesex Middlesex NJ
Rob Crawford 6-0 180 Bayonne Bayonne NJ
Jonathan Falsetti 6-1 180 Steinert Hamilton NJ
Anthony Glaud Winslow Atco NJ
Josh Griffin 6-1 195 Dwight Morrow Englewood NJ
Andrew Mandeville 5-10 175 Raritan Hazlet NJ
Keith McPherson 6-2 185 Ocean Township Oakhurst NJ
Antwine Perez 6-3 190 Wilson Camden NJ
Brian Powell 5-10 170 New Brunswick New Brunswick NJ
Josh Richmond 6-0 180 St. Mary's Rutherford NJ
Mike Roberto 6-2 184 Fair Haven Rumson NJ
Sean Scanlon 6-2 195 Camden Catholic Cherry Hill NJ
Ray Taylor 6-1 172 Paterson Catholic Paterson NJ
Nicky Lawson 6-2 190 Manzano Albuquerque NM
Quinton Carter 6-3 190 Cheyenne North Las Vegas NV
Jeremy Craddock Las Vegas Las Vegas NV
Josh Creveling 6-3 220 Eldorado Las Vegas NV
Tyyler McNeace 6-0 180 Silverado Las Vegas NV
William Pope Desert Pines Las Vegas NV
Julian Samples 6-1 190 Western Las Vegas NV
C.J. Sedoris 6-1 175 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas NV
Jeff Young 5-10 175 Whittell, George Zephyr Cove NV
Eric Baxter 5-10 160 Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie NY
Anthony Bornello 6-0 170 Longwood Middle Island NY
Niquain Gaymon 6-0 180 Lincoln Brooklyn NY
Robert Goldstein 6-1 185 Kings Park Kings Park NY
Steven Maloney 6-3 185 Mt. Sinai Mt. Sinai NY
Brennan Mulcahy 6-2 195 Morrisville-Eaton NY
Matt Reingold 6-1 190 Nyack Nyack NY
Naaman Roosevelt 6-2 180 St. Joseph's Collegiate Inst Buffalo NY
Alan Smigelskis 6-0 190 Gates Chili Rochester NY
Cody Blevins 6-2 188 Miamisburg Miamisburg OH
Joel Bostick 5-10 160 Mechanicsburg Mechanicsburg OH
Josh Cousins Xenia Xenia OH
Josh Cupps 6-0 170 Graham St. Paris OH
Ben Danzinger 6-2 160 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Hts. OH
Nick Darland 6-3 170 Lakota East Liberty Township OH
Chris Davenport 6-3 200 Batavia Batavia OH
Nate Davis 6-2 205 Bellaire Bellaire OH
Scott Gerber 6-3 190 North Westerville OH
Brennan Glass 6-3 210 South Springfield OH
Michael Hartlin 6-6 185 Glen Oak Canton OH
Mike Hartline 6-6 185 Glenoak Canton OH
Zach Haudenschild 6-2 175 Rocky River Rocky River OH
Mike Hermanson 6-0 180 Chagrin Falls Chagrin Falls OH
Austin Holter 5-10 175 Johnstown-Monroe Johnstown OH
Joe Horn 6-1 170 Cincinnati Christian Fairfield OH
Aaron Huffman 6-4 195 Newark Newark OH
Vance Kiersay 6-2 175 Mineral Ridge Mineral Ridge OH
Rudy Kirbus 6-3 200 St. Ignatius Cleveland OH
Alex Knipp 6-1 190 Marion L Steele Amherst OH
John Kuceynski 5-9 160 Edison Richmond OH
Aaron Link 6-0 160 Lima Central Catholic Lima OH
Matt Mader 6-0 195 Notre Dame Portsmouth OH
Ricky Marshall 6-1 185 Madison Comprehensive Mansfield OH
Nick Martin 6-0 195 Zanesville Zanesville OH
Alex Math 6-0 175 Shaker Heights Cleveland OH
Sam Miller 6-2 155 Ottawa Hills Toledo OH
Arvell Nelson Glenville Cleveland OH
Greg Phelps 6-3 175 Fairbanks Milford Center OH
Jesse Richards 6-3 175 Rittman Rittman OH
Kurt Rocco 6-3 180 Roger Bacon St. Bernard OH
Mike Scherpenberg 6-4 180 Indian Hill Cincinnati OH
Miles Schlichter 6-1 195 Miami Trace Washington Court House OH
Rick Stanzi 6-4 195 Lake Catholic Mentor OH
Kameron Wade 5-10 175 Beechcroft Columbus OH
Chris Walden 6-3 180 Bellefontaine Bellefontaine OH
Robert Wilkes 6-1 170 Linden McKinley Columbus OH
Sam Bradford 6-4 200 Putnam City North Oklahoma City OK
Justin Fuselier 5-10 170 B.T. Washington Tulsa OK
Luke Louderback Stillwater Stillwater OK
J.D. McFarlin 6-3 185 Metro Christian Tulsa OK
Laron Moore Midwest City MIdwest City OK
Matt Casey 6-1 185 Springfield Springfield OR
Spencer Crace 5-11 185 Wilsonville Wilsonville OR
Roberto Cuellar 6-0 190 Silverton Silverton OR
Cody Kempt 6-3 195 Westview Portland OR
Corey Moran 6-2 170 Sheldon Eugene OR
Kevin Riley 6-2 190 Beaverton Beaverton OR
Andrew Schumacher 6-3 165 Churchill Eugene OR
Ariel Shermerhorn 6-4 185 Elmira Elmira OR
David Wilson 6-1 180 Milwaukie Milwaukie OR
Austin Wreirsma 5-11 170 Crater Central Point OR
Jordan Abner 5-11 180 Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg PA
Nicholas Artinger Freedom Bethlehem PA
Desmond Brentley 6-2 220 Perry Pittsburgh PA
Michael Callahan 6-1 185 Hempfield Greensburg PA
Matt Davis 6-3 205 Fox Chapel Pittsburg PA
James Depetro 5-11 185 Coughlin Wilkes-Barre PA
Pat Devlin 6-4 205 Downingtown East Exton PA
Andrew DiDonato 6-1 180 South Fayette TWP McDonald PA
Zach Frazer 6-4 220 Mechanicsburg Mechanicsburg PA
Tim Frye 6-2 165 Mars Mars PA
Ben Ganter 6-2 185 State College Area State College PA
Taylor Green 6-0 175 Red Lion Area Red Lion PA
Tyler Huether 6-1 190 Penn-Trafford Harrison City PA
Evan Landis 6-3 220 Penn Manor Millersville PA
Ryan Lehmeier 6-0 195 North Hills Pittsburgh PA
Jake Long 6-1 190 Pine-Richland Gibsonia PA
Steve Malinchak 6-0 180 Scranton Prep Scranton PA
Matt Marshall 6-1 190 Spring Grove Spring Grove PA
Travis Miller 6-3 190 Danville Danville PA
Mike Parciwski 5-9 160 GAR Memorial Wilkes-Barre PA
Jeremy Ricker 6-2 200 Bishop McDevitt Harrisburg PA
Darren Rogers 6-0 185 Quaker Valley Leestdale PA
Gino Rometo 6-2 195 Plum Pittsburgh PA
Justin Schmotzer 6-1 190 Baldwin Pittsburgh PA
Eric Schwartz 6-1 180 Central York York PA
Mike Sheridan 5-10 175 Bishop McCort Johnstown PA
Jordan Shoop 6-2 190 Knoch Saxonburg PA
Mychal Skinner 6-3 200 Kiski Vandergrift PA
Jack Stankoski 5-9.5 170 Pittston Area Pittston PA
Zach Umberger 6-3 175 Lower Dauphin Hummelstown PA
Larry Weber 6-0 195 Upper Merion King of Prussia PA
Daniel Barton Byrnes Duncan SC
Bart Blanchard Northwestern Rock Hill SC
Wesley Boyd York York SC
J.R. Carter Camden Camden SC
Jamie Childers Wando Mount Pleasant SC
Justin Cramer West Ashley Charleston SC
Rett Crocker J.L. Mann Greenville SC
Trey Cushman 6-1 187 White Knoll Lexington SC
Armanti Edwards 6-1 180 Greenwood Greenwood SC
Thomas Griffin Westside Anderson SC
Coco Hillary 5-10 175 Strom Thurmond Johnston SC
Michael Jackson Wilson Florence SC
Michael Johnson 6-0 175 Wilson Florence SC
Bryant Julius Hemingway Hemingway SC
Nick Melton 6-1 185 Gaffney Gaffney SC
B.J. Phillips 6-6 230 Spring Valley Columbia SC
Nick Prochak 6-4 210 Spartanburg Spartanburg SC
Rickey Reinhardt Beaufort Beaufort SC
Colt Shope Easley Easley SC
Brett Slater Boiling Springs Spartanburg SC
Michael Wade 6-3 190 Riverside Greer SC
Andrew Weathers Broome Spartanburg SC
James Wilson Bamberg-Ehrhardt Bamberg SC
Will Anderson Station Camp Gallatin TN
Ricky Borner 5-8 160 Central-Merry Jackson TN
Keelyn Craddock 5-10 190 Tyner Chattanooga TN
Joey Fiegler 6-3 185 Alcoa Alcoa TN
Drew Hayes 6-1 220 McKenzie McKenzie TN
T.C. Jennings 6-2 180 Ravenwood Brentwood TN
Brance Stiner 6-0 170 Campbell County Jacksboro TN
Lucas Wall 6-0 180 William Blount Maryville TN
Bobby Adamson 6-0 175 Nacogdoches Nacogdoches TX
Austin Alburtis 6-2 215 Tyler Street Christian Dallas TX
Scott Allen Klein Klein TX
Bryce Anderson 6-2 200 Belton Belton TX
Terrance Anderson 5-11 175 Aldine Houston TX
Taylor Ashby 6-0 165 Monterey Lubbock TX
Tim Bandy 5-10 165 Strake Jesuit Houston TX
Pierre Beasley 6-4 195 Westfield Houston TX
Tyler Beatty 6-4 185 Pflugerville Pflugerville TX
X'Zavier Bloodsaw 6-1 185 Chester Nimitz Houston TX
Zach Boles 6-1 175 Commerce Commerce TX
David Brekke 6-0 180 Cypress Falls Houston TX
Jeremy Brown Italy Italy TX
Jess Brown 5-11 180 R.L. Paschal Fort Worth TX
Zack Butkowski 5-10 160 Spring Spring TX
Austin Buzzard 5-11 165 Yorktown Yorktown TX
Chris Caflisch 6-2 180 Madison San Antonio TX
Terrance Cain 6-0 175 North Shore Houston TX
Trey Carter 6-0 165 Memorial Pasadena TX
L.J. Castille 6-3 210 La Marque La Marque TX
Bubba Claudrick Quanah Quanah TX
Austin Contreras 5-11 190 Americas El Paso TX
Derek Cosper 6-1 180 Newman Smith Carrollton TX
Michael Crabtree 6-2 205 Dallas Carter Dallas TX
Drew Dunn 5-10 170 Leander Leander TX
Josh Edge 6-4 185 Lytle Lytle TX
Brennan Fjord 6-2 195 Clements Sugar Land TX
Carlin Freeman Longview Longview TX
Brent Garner 6-0 180 Copperas Cove Copperas Cove TX
Ivory Gary South Houston South Houston TX
Anthony Gibson 5-10 190 MacArthur Houston TX
Sean Gilley 6-1 185 Lumberton Lumberton TX
Josh Gonzales 6-0 185 David Crockett Austin TX
Desmond Green 6-2 180 Mart Mart TX
DeMarcus Griggs 6-1 160 Bay City Bay City TX
Sean Hakes 6-3 185 Nolan Fort Worth TX
Chris Hall 5-10 170 Cooper Abilene TX
Clark Harrell 6-2 180 Ennis Ennis TX
Sherrod Harris 6-2 190 Arlington Bowie Arlington TX
Taylor Harris 6-3 195 Whitesboro Whitesboro TX
Steven Headley 6-1 210 Grapevine Grapevine TX
Jeremy Heatley 6-2 200 Breckenridge Breckenridge TX
Kyle Henson 6-0 175 Henderson Henderson TX
Eric Hill 5-10 170 Rowlett Rowlett TX
Preston Hill 6-1 185 Robert E. Lee Tyler TX
Bryson Janecek 5-9 185 Tomball Tomball TX
Ross Jenkins 6-3 190 Langham Creek Houston TX
Fred Johnson O.D. Wyatt Fort Worth TX
Shane Jones 6-1 180 Klein Klein TX
Case Keenum 6-0 175 Wylie Abilene TX
Kapps Killingstad St. Mark's Dallas TX
Marquis Lowe 5-9 170 Hitchcock Hitchcock TX
Tyler Luttrell 6-1 180 Weatherford Weatherford TX
Kendall Magana Lamar Arlington TX
Joe Mauro 6-5 210 L.D. Bell Hurst TX
Greg McElroy 6-2 190 Carroll Southlake TX
Drew Mehringer 6-1 195 Mansfield Mansfield TX
Andrew Mellecamp 6-1 175 Granbury Granbury TX
Thomas Minyard 5-11 170 Ross Sterling Baytown TX
Kevin Moore 6-5 200 Marcus Flower Mound TX
Tyler Moore 5-11 160 Georgetown Georgetown TX
Marcus Moseby Bishop Dunne Dallas TX
Marsaughn Moses 6-2 185 Lubbock Lubbock TX
Christian Ponder 6-2 185 Heritage Colleyville TX
Taylor Potts 6-4 195 Abilene Abilene TX
Todd Reesing 6-0 185 Lake Travis Austin TX
Zach Rhodes New Braunfels New Braunfels TX
Ty Robertson 6-2 210 Archer City Archer City TX
Jeremy Sanders Marlin Marlin TX
Wesley Sauls 6-0 180 Midway Waco TX
Blan Scott 6-1 175 Baird Baird TX
Matt Shores 5-11 155 Paris Paris TX
Donny Shorts 5-10 170 Harker Heights Harker Heights TX
Joseph Skiff 5-11 165 Akins Austin TX
Stephan Slutzbaugh 6-0 165 Westwood Austin TX
Keith Smith 6-3 200 Shoemaker Killeen TX
Jevan Snead 6-4 205 Stephenville Stephenville TX
Marquel Speed 6-0 190 Lamar Houston TX
Matt Stafford 6-2 210 Highland Park Dallas TX
David Stenkly 5-10 160 Gorman Tyler TX
Christian Sterling 6-0 175 Elkins Sugar Land TX
Zac Takacs 6-1 185 Cypress Ridge Houston TX
Brad Taylor 6-3 210 Madisonville Madisonville TX
James Thomas Fort Bend Marshall Missouri City TX
J.P. Tillman 6-4 220 Northland Christian Houston TX
Rusty Tullis 6-3 165 Abernathy Abernathy TX
Eric Udell 6-1 175 MacArthur San Antonio TX
Blaine Vaughan 6-2 170 Amarillo Amarillo TX
Trevor Vittatoe 6-1 185 Trinity Euless TX
Cole Williams San Angelo Central San Angelo TX
Aaron Wright 5-9 155 James Taylor Katy TX
Daryl Zaveskey 6-2 180 Deer Park Deer Park TX
Beau Baty 6-0 170 Box Elder Brigham City UT
Alex Cate 6-2 200 Cottonwood Salt Lake City UT
Carson Christensen 6-1 170 South Sevier Monroe UT
Adam Eastman Hillcrest Midvale UT
James Lark 6-3 200 Pine View St. George UT
Riley Nelson 6-0 185 Logan Logan UT
Stetson Peck 6-0 165 Bingham South Jordan UT
Brock Westphal 6-2 185 Copper Hills West Jordan UT
Brady Zimmerman Mountain Crest Hyrum UT
Dakota Allosso 5-9 184 Cox Virginia Beach VA
Frank Berry 6-2 185 First Colonial Virginia Beach VA
James Denton 6-2 170 Abingdon Abingdon VA
Drew Dudzik 6-1 190 Centreville Clifton VA
Evan Eyo 6-1 175 Hayfield Alexandria VA
Jesse Haney Matoaca Ettrick VA
Matthew Hill 6-0 170 Bethel Hampton VA
Greg Jones 5-10 175 Robert E. Lee Springfield VA
Jon Jupiter 5-8 180 Virginia Episcopal Lynchburg VA
Donny Kirby Great Bridge Chesapeake VA
Omar Kizzie 5-8 180 Huguenot Richmond VA
Kyle Lloyd 6-3 170 North Stafford Stafford VA
Ricky Milbourne 5-10 180 Stonewall Jackson Manassas VA
Nick Monaco 5-11 180 Liberty Bealeton VA
Darius Mullen Bethel Hampton VA
Chase Prasnicki 6-3 225 Rockbridge County Lexington VA
Jeff Redd 5-10 185 Chatham Chatham VA
Derrius Walton 6-0 187 Lake Taylor Norfolk VA
Aaron Ward 6-3 180 Phoebus Hampton VA
Darnell Williams 5-11 220 West Potomac Alexandria VA
Matt Wong 5-10 175 Jefferson Alexandria VA
Steve Englund 6-3 215 Bellevue Bellevue WA
Jake Locker 6-2 200 Ferndale Ferndale WA
Jordan Rasmussen 6-4 200 Curtis Tacoma WA
Alex Sfetku 6-1.5 181 Fort Vancouver Vancouver WA
K.C. Skalisky 5-10 175 Wenatchee Wenatchee WA
Jon Erickson 6-3 180 Chippewa Falls Chippewa Falls WI
Jesus Najera 6-3 220 Bay View Milwaukee WI
Mike Sierakowski D.C. Everest Schofield WI
Laron Wilder 5-10 175 Milwaukee Vincent Milwaukee WI
Justin Hostetler 5-9 160 University Morgantown WV
Johnathan Johnson 5-10 185 Preston Kingwood WV
Brandon Long 6-0 180 Buckhannon-Upshur Buckhannon WV
J.J. Mayer Robert C. Byrd Clarksburg WV


EA SPORTS Football All-Americans & their colleges - Rivals

February 3, 2005
EA SPORTS Football All-Americans & their colleges

Brentt Eads
StudentSports.com Publisher
2004 EA SPORTS All-American Football Team

WR -- Mohamed Massaquoi (Independence, Charlotte NC) 6-2, 190, Sr. ó GEORGIA
TE -- Martellus Bennett (Taylor, Alief TX) 6-6, 240, Sr.óTEXAS A&M
OL -- Alex Boone (St. Edward, Lakewood OH) 6-8, 330, Sr.óOHIO STATE
OL -- Dan Doering (Barrington IL) 6-6, 300, Sr.óIOWA
OL -- Eugene Monroe (Plainfield NJ) 6-7, 320, Sr.óVIRGINIA
OL -- Michael Oher (Briarcrest Christian, Memphis TN) 6-5, 330, Sr.óMISSISSIPPI
OL -- Marques Slocum (West Cath., Philadelphia PA) 6-4, 330, Sr.óMICHIGAN
QB -- Mark Sanchez (Mission Viejo CA) 6-4, 210, Sr.óUSC
RB -- Toney Baker (Ragsdale, Jamestown NC) 5-10, 220, Sr.óN.C. STATE
RB -- Jonathan Stewart (Timberline, Lacy WA) 5-11, 225, Sr.óOREGON
RB -- J.R. Hasty (Bellevue WA) 5-10, 205, Sr.óWASHINGTON
K--Kai Forbath (Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks CA) 6-0, 175, Jr. óN/A (only jr.)

DL -- DeMarcus Granger (Kimball, Dallas TX) 6-3, 320, Sr.óOKLAHOMA
DL -- Kyle Moore (Houston County, Warner Robins GA) 6-6, 260, Sr.óUSC
DL -- Terrance Taylor (Muskegon MI) 6-1, 290, Sr.óMICHIGAN
LB -- Travis Beckum (Oak Creek WI) 6-5, 220, Sr.óWISCONSIN
LB -- Tray Blackmon (LaGrange GA) 6-0, 200, Sr.óAUBURN
LB -- Luthur Brown (Lakewood CA) 6-3, 230, Sr.óUSC
LB -- Ryan Reynolds (Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas NV) 6-2, 220, Sr.óOKLAHOMA
DB -- Justin King (Gateway, Monroeville PA) 6-0, 180, Sr. óPENN STATE
DB -- Demetrice Morley (Killian, Miami FL) 6-1, 185, Sr.óTENNESSEE
DB -- Reggie Smith (Santa Fe, Edmond OK) 6-1, 195, Sr.óOKLAHOMA
DB -- Kenneth Phillips (Carol City, Miami FL) 6-2, 205, Sr.óMIAMI (FL)
P -- Graham Gano (Tate, Cantonment FL) 6-1, 185, Sr óFLORIDA STATE

QB/RB -- Chase Daniel (Carroll, Southlake TX) 6-1, 215, Sr.óMISSOURI
WR/DB/KR -- DeSean Jackson (Poly, Long Beach CA) 5-11, 170, Sr.óCAL
QB/RB/ATH -- Greg Paulus (Christian Bro's Acad., Syracuse NY) 6-1, 180, Sr. óDUKE
QB/RB/DB/KR -- Ryan Perrilloux (East St. John, Reserve LA) 6-3, 223, Sr.óLSU
WR/KR -- Fred Rouse (Lincoln, Tallahassee FL) 6-3, 185, Sr.óFLORIDA STATE
WR/DB/RB/QB/KR -- Derrick Williams (Eleanor Roosevelt, Greenbelt MD) 6-1, 193, Sr.óPENN STATE


Sorry for the crappy link on the Elite 11 QB article - This one should be better.

2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 QBs To Watch List - Rivals

February 7, 2005
2005 EA SPORTS Elite 11 QBs To Watch List