Turkey Day Top 25

Find out more about some of the top prospects in the state and the schools that they are receiving the most interest from at this point in the recruiting season. Learn more about the PrepTennessee.com Top 25 Turkey Day Prospects.

# 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. Gilroy had a shortened season with a broken leg in the middle of the year, but hopes a speedy recovery may lead to more interest including possible offers from Air Force and Navy.

# 24 – Sean Conway, 6-3, 280 pound offensive linemen from Nashville-Father Ryan finished the 2008 season as one of the top offensive linemen in the state. Conway picked Western Kentucky over Middle Tennessee. He hopes along with future teammate Jebb Lenhart to help the Hilltoppers make some noise in the Sun Belt next season.

# 23 – Logan Massengale, 6-6, 270 pound offensive linemen from Brentwood-Ravenwood (Tenn.) had 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. Right now Massengale seems pretty open about his commitment.

# 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. He will stay in state as he has already made his commitment to be a part of the Memphis Tigers signing class.

# 21 – Chris Campbell, 6-4, 195 pound quarterback from Memphis-Briarcrest (Tenn.) has made and early commitment to Southern Miss this season. He explained of his early commitment to Southern Miss, "I really got along with the coaches. I really liked Coach Fedora, Coach Anderson, and the great coaching staff. I like the great group of players they have down there and the facilities. I really liked the tradition down there too."

# 20 – Jamal Ramsey, 6-2, 174 pound quarterback from Franklin-Battleground Academy (Tenn.) is another in state quarterback who has committed. Ramsey made his choice in late July and has committed to Miami Ohio. He had offers from Arkansas State and Cincinnati in addition to Miami Ohio. Ramsey is a big time playmaker who can beat you with his arm on his feet. The 2008 season saw Ramsey with 1613 yards passing and 15 touchdowns.

# 19 – Jay Fullam, 6-1, 190 pound safety from Chattanooga-McCallie (Tenn.) is yet another prospect in the top 20 who has made his commitment. Fullam gave his pledge to Vanderbilt back in early May. He is a quality athlete with a good frame and speed.

# 18 – David Jones, 6-0, 205 pound running back from South Pittsburg (Tenn.) had a good season and hopes to find the right school in the next few weeks. Early in the recruiting process Jones already has offers from Memphis, Middle Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, and South Alabama. Jones has good size and could play in the backfield for some schools, but most are looking at the possibility of moving him to linebacker.

# 17 – Kevin Revis, 6-4, 270 pound offensive guard/center from Evensville-Rhea County (Tenn.) has already found his dream school. It didn't take long for Revis to make his commitment after he was offered by his dream school Tennessee. He is a solid center/guard prospect with great feet, good hand placement, solid drive block technique, and very aggressive streak that allows him to accelerate to second and third level players. Even with a coaching change this prospect will still be all Vol.

# 16 – Derrick Webb, 6-0, 225 pound linebacker from Memphis-Whitehaven (Tenn.) is a prospect on the rise. Webb reports early offers from Ole Miss Southern Miss and Middle Tennessee at this point. Right now he has Ole Miss listed as a slight leader and also feels Vanderbilt is very close to an offer.

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