|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.|
|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|
|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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