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DE | 7-6 / 240
Woodward (GA)
Pos Rank: 42
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 7/6/09
Committed Over: Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Virginia, Wake Forest
Scouting Report: Anderson could play defensive end or offensive tackle on the next level and he is recruited because of size, athleticism, effort, and intelligence primarily. He has a very good grasp on the DE position and he could excel there or on the OL down the road. He has good feet, good hands, long arms, and a lot of potential. - South Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons
OT | 6-4 / 275
Thunderridge (CO)
Pos Rank: 37
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 7/1/09
Committed Over: California, Colorado, Nebraska, Northwestern, Tennessee, Washington
Scouting Report: Physical player that takes pride in finishing blocks. Very explosive and is quick off the ball. Gets his hands on defenders and punches with authority. Plays with a very heavy head which may hinder him in pass protection. Projects as either a guard or right tackle at the next level.
S | 6-1 / 170
Everman (TX)
Pos Rank: 98
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/17/10
Committed Over: Duke, Florida, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU
S | 6-0 / 183
Hamilton (AZ)
Scout300: 236
Pos Rank: 25
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 10/11/09
Committed Over: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon
Scouting Report: Has the ability to play either safety spot. Explosive and sure tackler, helps him make plays around the line of scrimmage. Rangy and can cover ground in the secondary. Needs to bulk up but has frame to do so.
QB | 6-3 / 185
Central (AL)
Pos Rank: 166
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/16/10
Committed Over: Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Tennessee, Western Kentucky
Scouting Report: A very good athlete at the quarterback position, Daniel has adequate armstrength and accuracy to remain at the position on the next level. Watching him throw and run in traffic, the term "rubbery" comes to mind because he's so fluid in his motion. If he shores up his mechanics, he can be a Randall Cunningham type of weapon, Scott Kennedy,
TE | 6-4 / 225
Oak Mountain (AL)
Pos Rank: 21
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 11/19/09
Committed Over: Auburn, Florida State, LSU, Tennessee, Troy, UAB, Vanderbilt
Scouting Report: Dudchock will enjoy the West Coast offense as a big receiving threat. He has good hands and very athletic. He can block when he needs to, but will become an offensive weapon.--Andrew Bone
OT | 6-5 / 280
Cypress Creek (TX)
Pos Rank: 52
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 10/11/09
Committed Over: TCU
OLB | 6-1 / 210
Lakewood (CO)
Pos Rank: 34
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/27/10
Committed Over: Colorado, Northern Colorado, Oregon, USC
Scouting Report: Was a late-bloomer but his senior film is very impressive. Very explosive tackler, is quick to break on the ball and gets downhill in a hurry. Experience as a high school QB will help him in his pass coverage. Needs to add bulk but has frame to do so.
QB | 6-3 / 205
Pleasant Grove (UT)
Scout300: 262
Pos Rank: 15
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 6/2/09
Committed Over: BYU, Miami (Fl), Nebraska, Syracuse, Utah, Wyoming
Scouting Report: One of the premier dual-threat quarterbacks in the West, Lloyd is quick, with great technique and has good mobility and running ability. - Brandon Huffman,
DE | 6-5 / 250
Zionsville Community (IN)
Pos Rank: 10
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/24/10
Committed Over: Boston College, Indiana, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Wake Forest
Scouting Report: Lueders plays middle linebacker in high school and his ability to sift through traffic as big as he is, is nothing short of amazing. His read and react skills are very good. Seems to struggle from time to time when a lineman is able to engage him and get their hands inside him. He is deceptively quick off the snap. Will likely move to defensive end in college.--Bob Lichtenfels/East Recruiting Analyst
CB | 6-11 / 165
Sabino (AZ)
Pos Rank: 41
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 10/24/09
Committed Over: Arizona, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington
Scouting Report: Versatile athlete that could play in the secondary or in the slot in college. As a DB, shows nice hips and is not afraid to hit. On offense, his coach gets the ball in his hands quickly because he has the ability to make people miss, which makes him an excellent return man also. Being recruited as an athlete.
QB | 6-4 / 210
Monte Vista (CA)
Scout300: 253
Pos Rank: 14
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/15/10
Committed Over: Colorado, Nevada, San Diego State, UCLA, Wyoming
Scouting Report: A big, physical presence in the pocket, is one of the more precise and accurate passers in the West. Good field vision and leadership and throws a nice deep ball. - Brandon Huffman,
DE | 6-5 / 267
Del Campo (CA)
Pos Rank: 47
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 6/26/09
Committed Over: California, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon, USC, Washington
Scouting Report: Good length and quickness of the line but a frame that could easily add more weight and make defensive tackle his most likely destination in college. - Brandon Huffman,
S | 6-2 / 191
Woodberry Forest (VA)
Pos Rank: 234
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 12/22/09
Committed Over: Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Vanderbilt, Virginia
OLB | 6-2 / 220
Paul VI (NJ)
Pos Rank: 108
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 1/16/10
Committed Over: Louisville, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Temple
RB | 6-9 / 185
Escondido (CA)
Pos Rank: 28
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 2/3/10
Committed Over: Arizona, Arizona State, California, San Diego State, UCLA, Washington
Scouting Report: One of the leading rushers in California, Seale's got good field vision and ability to cut. Could also play corner. Suffered an injury as a senior that will need to be monitored.
OLB | 6-2 / 210
Wayzata Sr. (MN)
Pos Rank: 62
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 5/10/09
Committed Over: Alabama, Iowa, Kansas State, Miami (Fl), Minnesota, UCF
Scouting Report: A versatile linebacker that could play inside or outside, Tarpley does a very good job of navigating his way through traffic without having to absorb blocks. He has excellent vision and anticipation. A very good form tackler, Tarpley uses his entire body to go through a ball carrier. There is typcially little forward progress once Tarpley makes contact - Scott Kennedy,
DE | 6-1 / 245
Bishop Gorman (NV)
Pos Rank: 49
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 4/14/09
Committed Over: Oregon, San Diego State, UCLA, UNLV, Utah, Washington
Scouting Report: An excellent coverage guy who'd choose to rush the passer first, would be at his best in a 3-4 defense. - Brandon Huffman,
OT | 6-3 / 255
Guyer (TX)
Pos Rank: 41
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 5/29/09
Committed Over: Kansas State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, SMU, TCU
Scouting Report: Great frame to work with, he needs to get bigger for the college game but that should not be a problem. Loses the initial battle but in high school his strength and his ability to keep those legs moving helped him put the opponent on his back. Needs to be a little bit quicker out of the blocks. Has a lot of upside if he can fill out more and get a little quicker.
WR | 6-2.5 / 193
Liberty (PA)
Pos Rank: 128
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 6/26/09
Committed Over: Cincinnati, Maryland, Missouri, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt
Scouting Report: West was mainly a downfield target at Liberty and just does a fine job of getting off the line of scrimmage and finding soft spots in zones or giving subtle fakes to gain separation, which is the key. Has very good hands and while he isn't a burner, his route-running really makes up for a lack of breakaway speed. Very willing blocker downfield that leaves it all on the field. Will need to work on his short game. - Matt Alkire
RB | 6-0 / 218
Tustin (CA)
Scout300: 158
Pos Rank: 16
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 6/7/09
Committed Over: Arizona State, California, Colorado, UCLA, Utah, Washington
Scouting Report: A power back in the same mode as former Tustin back DeShaun Foster, Wilkerson will run through rather than around you. Above-average speed, but he's best running between the tackles. - Brandon Huffman,
K | 6-11 / 150
Westwood (TX)
Pos Rank: 5
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 6/23/09
Committed Over: Texas, Texas A&M
OT | 6-5 / 278
Centennial (GA)
Pos Rank: 44
Committed to: STANFORD
Commit Date: 7/27/09
Committed Over: Duke, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wake Forest
Scouting Report: Yankey is still progressing as an offensive lineman. He has only been playing for a couple of years now, so he is still a little behind in the weight room and needs to play with a little more aggressiveness. He is a very flexible lineman, he has great length, he is a smart, and has great balance. His best football is ahead of him. - South Recruiting Manager Chad Simmons
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