Top 200 Seniors: 60-51

Our top 200 countdown is winding down and there are plenty of familiar names for those who follow Michigan High School football closely. We have state championship winners, talented backs and a couple of specialists who can do a lot for field position.

60 Ronnie Lark RB Flint Powers
Was great as a sophomore...injuries and having to play some QB caused production to drop off, but he is a strong kid who can run.
59 Troy Tidwell CB Detroit Southwestern

Tidwell is a good athlete who can run. He should be a great return man and solid cornerback prospect.

58 Camerron Cheatham WR Kalamazoo Central
Speedy and great in the open field, Cheatham should be a great fit at Cincinnati.
57 Armond Staten DE Inkster
Staten is a little on the small side for DE, but could also play LB. He is aggressive and has good closing speed.
56 Scott Kovanda P Detroit Catholic Central
Big legged punter also has played some wide receiver and defensive back. Has MAC and Big Ten schools interested
55 Sam Burchyett WR Saline
Speedy deep threat who is good in the open field, he has been underrated throughout his career...GVSU and MAC schools are in pursuit.
54 Norman Shuford RB Farmington Hills Harrison
This Akron commit has been productive throughout his career. Has good speed, open field moves and can catch the ball.
53 Donovan Dickerson ATH Detroit King
Could play WR, FS or even QB at the next level. Doesnt have great pure speed, but is a smart player who simply makes plays.
52 George Winn RB U of D Jesuit
He has played in a spread offense, so going to Cincinnati was a good move. Winn needs to add some weight, but he is tougher between the tackles than his listed size would indicate.
51 John Potter K Grand Haven
Big legged kicker who booms kickoffs and has the range to hit field goals from 50+. Western Michigan stole one with this kid!

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