Will Gilchrist, 6-2, 190 pound quarterback from Savannah-Hardin County (Tenn.) looks to have a big season and lead his team deep in the playoffs. The combination of his legs and his arm make Gilchrist one of the state's best playmakers. Gilchrist has already made his commitment to the University of Memphis.
Running Backs –
Gabriel Hunter, 5-11, 190 pound running back from Memphis-Kingsbury hopes to continue setting records in 2008. In his junior campaign he set the Shelby metro rushing record of 2,627 yards and 28 touchdowns. Fans can continue to expect big things from Hunter. He hopes to improve on his game this summer in order to get ready for the next level at Ole Miss.
David Jones, 6-0, 205 pound running back from South Pittsburg (Tenn.) looks to lead his team to another state championship. Jones spent the 2007 season as the number two guy and will look to step up his role and increase his carries. He is picking up a lot of interest and already has offers from Vanderbilt, Middle Tennessee, Memphis, and Mississippi State.
Wide Receivers :
Marlon Brown, 6-5, 205 pound wide receiver from Memphis-Harding (Tenn.) is the number three wide receiver in the nation and number one prospect in the state. His combination of speed, size, and athleticism make him the biggest playmaker in the state. Expect a big season for Brown as the hype continues to build for fans from his top six which includes Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, and USC.
Zach Rogers, 6-1, 170 pound wide receiver from Nashville-David Lipscomb (Tenn.) will be a big time player to watch for in 2008. In 2007, Rogers racked up 688 yards receiving, eight receiving touchdowns, 465 yards rushing, and five touchdowns. He will continue to make big plays after high school at the next level at Tennessee.
Bo Gilroy, 6-1, 179 pound wide receiver from Brentwood-Ravenwood (Tenn.) is a solid pick to get some big time stats in 2008. He has great outside speed and athleticism which will allow him to be able to make some big plays. Gilroy is currently has an offer from Army and is receiving interest from schools like Air Force, Louisville, Middle Tennessee, and Western Kentucky.
Marsalis Teague, 5-11, 190 pound quarterback will have a huge season in 2008. Teague is quick, smart, athletic, and has great vision. Look for his abilities to shine in a spread offense relying on his ability to make the zone read. He can turn a six yard run into six points very quickly. Teague is being recruited heavily by Clemson, Georgia Tech, Florida, Miami, Michigan, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.