GBW '06 Best Guess List: Wideouts *Updated*

GoBlueWolverine's "First Guess" recruiting list for 06-07 is developing enough to become a "Best Guess." Here are the wideouts -- including the first big-time instate sleeper of the year who has a U-M offer.

Wide Receivers:
The need: strong

S.C. WR J.R. Hemingway (6-2, 200, 4.58 at U-M Camp) from Conway, S.C. He was a 2005 U-M camper and also camped at South Carolina -- his two favorites?. He may make a summer decision. He has a *scholarship offer from U-M*, as well as Florida State, Ohio State, Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Maryland. As a junior he recorded 55 catches and 10 touchdowns. He claims a 37-inch vertical jump. He is considered a potential Top 100 Junior.

*NEW* Mich. WR/TE Martell Webb (6-4, 215) from Pontiac Northern. Here is an early 'sleeper' -- Webb attended the U-M Junior Day and was *offered a U-M scholarship*.

Mich. WR Taurian Washington (6-2, 190) from Orchard Lake St. Mary's. He was a U-M Junior day attendee, where he *reportedly received a U-M offer*. His other offers: Purdue, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Oregon. As a junior he caught caught 35 passes and scored 12 TDs.

*NEW* Pa. WR Toney Clemons (6-3 190-pounds) from New Kensington, Pa., Valley. The top player at the Pitt combine and a 5-star player. He has early offers from Pittt, Ole Miss, UConn and Akron, and U-M has started recruiting him hard.

N.C. WR Greg Little (6-3, 210, 4.5) from Durham, North Carolina, Hillside High. He was the top wideout at the U.S. Army Combine, where he ran a 4.3 sec. shuttle. He has subsequently named a mid-Feb. top five of Virginia (offer), Notre Dame, Tennessee (offer), Texas, Michigan. He plans to camp at all his favs. He also has offers from Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, NC-State, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Duke, Ole Miss and Wake Forest. As a junior RB he rushed 160 times for 1,166 yards and 26 touchdowns. As a wideout, he caught 23 passes for 375 yards and four touchdowns. In limited action on defense, Little picked off four passes. He is considered a top 100 Junior.

Col. WR Andrew Davis (6-2, 200) from Denver Montbello. He is the teammate of Greg Banks, and is considered the #1 Col. Junior -- and his favorite is Michigan, along with Colorado. He'll be a December '06 grad. As a junior he caught 45 passes for 988 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Fla. WR Leonard Hankerson from Ft Lauderdale St Thomas Aquinas. He was a U-M Junior day attendee.

Mich. WR Mark Dell (6-1, 175) from Farmington Hills Harrison. He has an MSU offer. As a junior he caught 43 passes for 945 yards (22 yards per catch) and scored 11 TDs; as a CB he intercepted 7 passes.

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