|1.||Marque Hall||OL||Forest Hills HS||Last: 2|
The ability of Marque Hall is evident on both sides of the ball. He is a run stuffing defensive tackle, but his true talent is apparent on the offensive side as he could possibly block his size of the ball by himself. Hall moves very well for his size and hits like a tons of bricks. He moves into the top spot after losing 60 pounds and becoming a monster to stop.
|2.||Demario Pressley||DT||Dudley HS||Last: 1|
|Explosion and strength from snap of the ball to the tackling of the ball carrier sets Demario Pressley as one of the top player in the region regardless of position. The upside of the mammoth defensive tackle is immeasurable while he will also present an immediate impact to whatever college team is fortunate enough to catch him.|
|3.||Andre Brown||RB||J.H. Rose HS||Last: 4|
|Brown has everything that a team could want from the running back position - speed, size, and power. That said, he is not necessarily right for the position but earns the number four ranking solely based on his athletic potential at any of about four positions - running back, wide receiver, linebacker, and safety.|
|4.||George Bell||RB||Jack Britt HS||Last: 3|
|The knee injury which took out George Bell in the third game of last season could have sidelined him for good. That hurt his stature in the eye of college recruiters everywhere until they saw, and we saw that he was well on the way to recover. Bell's speed, power, vision, and ability to follow blockers unquestionably leads to an excellent potential at the position.|
|5.||Trimane Goddard||CB||Roanoke HS||Last: 6|
|The fact that teams are recruiting Goddard at four different positions show just how versatile he is on the field. Goddard could play quarterback, running back, or wide receiver, but pound for pound, Goddard could be the hardest hitting player in the state of North Carolina.|
|6.||Jamaal Edwards||RB||Dudley HS||Last: 5|
|Speed, agility, and toughness define running back Jamaal Edwards. Certainly he looks like a college running back, and even TheInsiders national analyst Jamie Newberg likes Jamaal better than George Bell. Edwards can reach full speed on his second step, hitting the hole with amazing force for his size.|
||DE||West Craven HS||Last: 11|
With a motor that never stops, Miller has become
a force on the football field. Some high school coaches call him the
best defensive lineman in the state, which has several good ones.
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|8.||Jamar Adams||S||Butler HS||Last: 8|
|For a prospect of his size, Adams moves very will in coverage. He has really worked on mechanics, and appears to move on air when backpedaling. He is also not afraid to come up and smack someone on a running play. Adams has made the biggest move of the month based on his dedication to the game, and many new schools are taking interest in him.|
|9.||Rod Council||CB||West Charlotte HS||Last: 7|
|Council was arguably the best cover corner at combines over teh summerof those, locking down receivers at the Nike camp and showing great agility at the Shrine Bowl combine. Some major schools had Council as their number one player at his position in the country.|
|10.||Hilee Taylor||LB||Scotland County HS||Last: 10|
|Taylor has, this season alone, played three different positions on defense so that his team can take advantage of what college recruiters loved the most - his speed. Taylor, who ran a 4.4 40 at a combine over the summer, is able to turn that speed into a heat seeking missile and makes great plays all the time|
|Best of the Rest:|
|11.||Kenneth Harris||6-4/195/4.50||WR||Cherryville HS||Last: NR|
|12.||Dennis Marsh||DT||NE Guilford HS||Last: 13|
|13.||Andrew Pearman||WR||Providence HS||Last: 9|
|14.||Jamar Bryant||WR||Richmond Co. HS||Last: 15|
|15.||Chase Bullock||LB||Northern Durham HS||Last: 16|
|16.||Dannell Ellerbe||S||Richmond Co. HS||Last: 19|
|17.||Jeremy Thompson||DE||Charlotte Christian HS||Last: 12|
|18.||Martel Thatch||S||Dudley HS||Last: 14|
|19.||Albert Ashcraft||S||Monroe HS||Last: 17|
|20.||Kevin Bradley||6-2/227/4.57||LB||71st HS||Last: 20|
|21.||John McEachin||RB||Trinity HS||Last: 25|
|22.||Quentin Cotton||LB||WS Glenn HS||Last: 22|
|23.||Kentwan Balmer||DE||Weldon HS||Last: 24|
|24.||Chase Rice||S||AC Reynolds HS||Last: 21|
|25.||Lemarte McGhee||DE||Person HS||Last: 18|
|26.||Paul Crews||CB||Northern Vance HS||Last: 23|
|27.||Antonio Miller||QB||Olympic HS||Last: 26|
|28.||Brandon Drumgoole||DE||Ragsdale HS||Last:NR|
|29.||Jadarian Moore||QB||East Gaston HS||Last: 29|
|30.||Jon Terry||OL||Ragsdale HS||Last: 30|
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