Kentucky Top 15 Released
It is the year of the big men in the state of Kentucky as they lead the way on TheInsiders.com Kentucky Top 15. "Brian Brohm headlined the Class of 2004 in the Bluegrass State, but this is the year of the big man in the state of Kentucky," said Scott Kennedy, South Recruiting Analyst for TheInsiders.com. "One has to go all the way down to number seven to find a skill player as the top of the heap is dominated by linemen and linebackers. James McKinney (right) at defensive tackle and Corey Zirbel on the offensive line headline the Class of 2005. McKinney is a mobile big man that will grow into a linemen after playing tight end and defensive end in high school. Having that size and quickness is what makes him the top prospect in the state. Corey Zirbel is an offensive line prospect that has been dominant through his prep career and he has the frame at 6-7 and 292 pounds to be an early contributor on the next level."
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