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Top 100 Recruits, 90 - 81

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#90 Phillip Driscoll
Offensive Line
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 290 40: 5.16
Lovejoy HS (Lovejoy)

Phillip Driscoll is a very good interior line prospect for Lovejoy High School . Driscoll led his team in pancake blocks, and he will be a center or guard on the next level. Currently Driscoll likes South Florida, Auburn, North Carolina, Maryland, and Florida

#89 Matt Romano
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 260 40: 4.9
Parkview HS (Lilburn)

An absolute bulldozer at fullback. On a team loaded with blockers, Matt Romano may be the best. He's low, he's quick and he's strong. He has set the power clean record at Parkview with a 365 pound lift. He likes Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Tennessee, and Mississippi State among others.

#88 Early McCray III
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 175 40: 4.4
Coffee County HS (Douglas, GA)

Early McCray III has the name to fit his speed. With a personal best of 10.47 in the 100 meters, Early is never late. He has the speed to play several positions, but he likes the face to face action at cornerback. Right now looking at Auburn, Kentucky, Arkansas, Georgia, and Maryland

#87 Shawn Strickland
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 162 40: 4.4
Buford HS (Buford)

A spectacular all around athlete, Shawn Strickland put on a show at the Nike Camp. His testing scores were a 4.53 forty, 4.28 in the shuttle, and 37" vertical. He has good height and lateral movement to play corner. He likes Georgia, Clemson, Auburn, South Carolina, and Florida State.

#86 Chris Capps
Offensive Line
Ht: 6-6 Wt: 260 40: 5.0
Landmark Christian School (Fairburn)

Chris Capps has the ability to skyrocket up this list. He is a good tackle prospect at 6-6 and 260 pounds. He has good quickness and excellent feet. He has the frame to add another 40-50 pounds easily. He will need a couple of years to gain the strength and size necessary to play D1 ball, but with a redshirt year, he could be a productive 3 year starter for someone. Right now he likes Auburn, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Mississippi State, Clemson, and Georgia among others.

#85 Jeromy Jones
Defensive Tackle
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 265 40: 4.71
Wheeler HS (Marietta)

Jeromy Jones committed to Wake Forest this week. He is a quick defensive tackle prospect that will only get bigger when he hits a college strength and conditioning program. He had a good season for the Wheeler Wildcats last season with 71 tackles and 7 sacks.

#84 Israel Route
Ht: 5-9 Wt: 170 40: 4.43
Stephenson HS (Stone Mountain)

Israel Route may be the best overall athlete on a loaded Stephenson team. Coach Gartrell said that if it weren't for Kregg Lumpkin, "Izzy" would gain 1,000+ yards at tailback. He is also the backup quarterback, return man, punter, and kicker to go along with his every down duties of playing WR and CB. Route claims favorites of Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Tulane, and West Virginia among others.

#83 J.K Sabb
Athlete / Linebacker
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 215 40: 4.6
Laney HS (Augusta)

J.K. Sabb was a do-it-all type player for Laney High School. A linebacker by trade, Sabb also played quarterback, running back, and wide receiver last year. He is solidly built at 5-11 and 215 pounds, and his cover skills in pass coverage are exceptional. Sabb lists Georgia and South Carolina as his 2 favorite teams.

#82 Alfred Blackmon
Offensive Line
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 392 40: 5.2
Randolph-Clay (Cuthbert)

Alfred Blackmon does not have a photo available, but that is something we'll try to remedy shortly. That is not a misprint for his height and weight. Coach McFather said those were his measurements at Georgia's summer camp. Still, his coach said even at that height he doesn't appear to be overweight although he would be better served to play in the 340 range. Blackmon is looking at Georgia, Auburn, Florida State, Florida, and Michigan among others.

#81 Nicos Chavis
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 180 40: 4.5
Lakeside (Atlanta)

Nicos Chavis is an impressive looking safety on film. He covers well, and he loves to hit. He has the frame to add some weight and become even more of a force in the secondary. His shuttle time on a slow surface at Alabama's Nike Camp was an impressive 4.23. Clemson and Florida lead Georgia, Duke, and Georgia Tech.

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