At least three members
of the Class of 2007 have a chance to play major college football after they
What makes him such a highly coveted prospect?
"Well, he has good
size, he runs well and has the ability to make plays," said
To say he can jump is
an understatement because
Coaches from all over
the land have been burning up the phone lines at
Bradshaw has a policy
where he does talk about who has offered his kids until the May evaluation
period but he did say that
"I do know he plans on
Bradshaw said that is the focus right now and if he gets his academics in order recruiting will take care of itself.
Many of the same
schools showing interest in
Aubrey, a 6-3, 285-pounder with 5.2 speed, plays on the end but is projected to play inside at tackle at the next level. He has excellent strength with a 380-pound bench and is very tough to block one-on-one when he gets the inside edge.
"I see Kentravious playing on the inside because his speed is a question off the edge," Bradshaw said. "He makes up for it with good technique and good lateral movement."
Williams (6-0, 275, 5.1) teams with Aubrey to give the Rams a dominating defensive line and one that played a key role in their undefeated season of a year ago. He was a second team all-state pick that was credited with 72 tackles, five sacks, six tackles for a loss and three forced fumbles.
There aren't too many defensive tackles at the major college level with his height but Bradshaw feels that he will have plenty of opportunities to continue his playing career after high school.
"What he lacks in size he makes up for with technique," said Bradshaw. "He makes a lot of plays in the backfield and runs a lot of plays down. He is a great sideline to sideline player for someone his size."
Benton, Aubrey and Williams are all planning to attend LSU's Junior Day along with their teammate and star quarterback Randall Mackey who will be one of the top athletes in the country for the Class of 2008.
LSU's Junior Day is always a big event and this year is shaping up to be a huge gathering of the state's top prospects for 2007.