# 26 – Nathan Jolley, 6-2, 200 pound quarterback from Germantown-Houston (Tenn.) has had a busy summer. Jolley has taken visits to schools throughout the southeast in hopes of landing his first offer. He has a solid arm and very good mobility for a quarterback. The schools that seem to be showing the most interest are Louisiana Tech, Arkansas State, and Memphis.
# 25 – Bo Gilroy, 6-1, 179 pound wide receiver from Brentwood-Ravenwood is beginning to gain more interests as we roll towards the summer. Bo Gilroy is a speedy wide receiver who already boasts an offer from Army and interest from several schools including Middle Tennessee, Air Force, Louisville, Tennessee, and Western Kentucky. Look for this prospect to have a big season and help the Raptors make a run into the playoffs.
# 24 – Sean Conway, 6-3, 280 pound offensive linemen from Nashville-Father Ryan has had a busy summer filled with camps. Father Ryan will look for Sean Conway to step up and help the Irish improve on their 9-3 record in 2007. Conway currently holds two total offers from Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. He is also receiving some interest from Tennessee, Mississippi State, Auburn, and Vanderbilt.
# 23 – Logan Massengale, 6-6, 270 pound offensive linemen from Brentwood-Ravenwood (Tenn.) is ready for a big season. This converted offensive lineman once played quarterback and possesses great footwork and pad leverage. Massengale has earned offers from Middle Tennessee, Miami Ohio, and Western Kentucky. He has also had a busy summer with camps at Georgia, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
# 22 – Will Gilchrist, 6-2, 175 pound quarterback from Savannah-Hardin County is becoming one of the fastest rising prospects in the state. Gilchrist is a threat on the ground and a threat in the air. This dual threat threw for a school record 2072 yards, 25 touchdowns, and 137 completions. He also ran for 463 yards and five touchdowns. Gilchrist already has offers from Ohio, Navy, Middle Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, and his latest offer from yesterday Memphis.
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