/ HS All-America Team

<b>Kregg Lumpkin</b> is a member of the inaugural / HS All-America Team, and he is a Georgia commitment.

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Several extremely tough choices were made for / All-America Team, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Two positions in particular were very difficult to determine, quarterback and wide receiver.

This season there are three elite quarterbacks - Kyle Wright, Chris Leak and JaMarcus Russell. Wright is the total package, blessed with everything a quarterback needs to be successful at any level - size, arm strength, knowledge of the game, mobility, leadership, confidence, and the ability to make the big play. Leak has those intangibles, plus he has the stats. He has thrown for a mind-boggling 15,593 yards and a national-record 185 touchdowns. Russell is the "rawest" of the bunch, but he has the best arm in the country. He has terrific size and mobility. In the end, with coaching and finding the right system, it wouldn't be a surprise if he became the best of this elite bunch. But Wright gets the nod, as he has all season, as's top-rated quarterback.

The two first team running backs, Demetris Summers of Lexington, SC and Kregg Lumpkin of Stone Mountain, GA, are hands down the top two running backs in the nation this season. Both have the ability to take the ball the distance on any given carry. Summers is the bigger of the two, but Lumpkin is faster.

Wide receiver also was difficult, but Whitney Lewis and Andre Caldwell ended up as the picks. This duo is summed up in two words - play makers! They make big play after big play. Lewis is elusive and physical and Caldwell is so explosive.

Greg Olsen is an outstanding two-way standout (tight end and defensive end), but he is a gifted tight end that really reminds you of Jeremy Shockey. In the trenches, it is not a deep year for tackles but it certainly is for guards and centers. In fact, the No. 1 offensive lineman in the nation is center Jordy Lipsey. He is flanked by the overpowering Ofa Mohetau and the athletic Eric Young. Tackles Jorrie Adams and Mike Jones round out the offensive line.

Defensively, this team is led by the linebackers - Ernie Sims, Wesley Jefferson, and Earl Everett. Sims is the nation's top overall prospect and the other two are not too far behind. Jefferson is the biggest hitter of the bunch while Everett has unlimited potential.

The defensive front consists of Lamarr Woodley, Lawrence Jackson, Nate Robinson and Lawrence Dampeer. Woodley is a high school outside linebacker. But at 6-foot-2 and 250 pounds, he likely will put his hand down and be an end. Robinson and Dampeer are two 300-pounders that are athletic and move exceptionally well.

The secondary is a great group with safeties Brandon Owens and Tony Cade and cornerbacks Donte Whitner and Tarell Brown. All four players have blazing speed and athleticism.

Antonio Cromartie is's first-team athlete. Cromartie has great size and runs like a gazelle. He is an outstanding wide receiver, cornerback, safety and kick returner. Last week, he was named the USA Today Defensive Player of the Year.

This is our third revision of National Hot 100. The final version will be released on National Signing Day.

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