Top Seniors: 200-191

Starting today, Michigan Varsity will count down the state's top 200 seniors! We've taken an entire season to watch games, tapes, talk to coaches, opposing players and we've done the near impossible of ranking 200 of the state's top recruits. Here are the first ten.

200 Keaton Wolfe QB Martin
Excelled on varsity for the past three seasons. Tall kid (6'4) with a decent arm. Looking like he will be a D2 or D3 player.
199 Marc Walker RB Forest Hills Eastern
In a school not yet known for its football prowess, Walker lead the team to respectability. He is a solid athlete who could play RB or DB at the next level.
198 Tovalas Allaway WR Muskegon
Often overlooked because of the skill talent Muskegon has, Allaway is a solid route runner with very sure hands. The only knock is that he lacks great speed.
197 David Bellomy G/DT Detroit Cass Tech
Bellomy has been a solid performer for the Technicians. Starting both ways, he is stout and tough. He just lacks the great size that would project him to the next level.
196 Stavon Owens DE Highland Park
Owens is a relentless player who is a terror off the edge. Unfortunately he doesn't have great size, but he is a pure football player who should find a home at some school next year.
195 Bryan Greisen QB Hudsonville
Tough to make the list when you don't play, but Greisen was so impressive over the summer, he still has colleges after him even though Casey Blackport was the starter.
194 Jake Bentley LB Grandville
The next in the line of many Bentleys to come through Grandville, Jake is much like the others, tough and with a nose for the ball.
193 Chaz Willis CB Portage Central
Willis is a good athlete who has played a variety of roles for his team. He is best suited as a defensive back in college though.
192 Cameron Nabors WR Rochester
Nabors is quick and runs good routes. The only knock on him has been his size, but he has toughness despite his slight frame. He should be a solid D2 receiver.
191 Durwin Bateman LB Detroit Southeastern
Bateman doesn't have ideal height, but he finds the ball and is a sure tackler. D2 schools like Wayne State have been recruiting him.

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