The JC Top 101 is not broken down in numerical order. These are simply the best 101 players in our opinion. After the season JCFootball.com may put out its final JC Top 101 with players ranked in order, 1 through 101.
|1||John Harris||WR||6-0||185||NW Mississippi|
|Success as a freshman has carried over to his sophomore year. He is among the leading receivers in Mississippi again this year. Committed to Florida State out of HS in Americus, Georgia and is still considering the Seminoles despite a 'soft commit' made to Texas Tech after an Oct. visit.|
|2||Antwon Guidry||RB/KR||6-0||190||CC San Francisco|
|Extremely versatile. Playing WR, RB, KR...you name it. Committed to Nebraska out of HS but ended up gray shirting at Hutchinson (Kans.) then playing his freshman year there. Transferred to CCSF for his sophomore campaign and has been impressive whenever he touches the ball.|
|A cat quick rush end who is piling up sacks (13.5 as of late Oct.). Big 10 and MAC schools are taking notice. Broke Joliet's power clean record. Benches 370.|
|4||Jamar Barnes||S||6-1||215||Long Beach|
|A pre-season All-American who is living up to his billing despite his team's struggles. Size, speed, and physical. Several Pac-10 schools and Iowa State like him a lot. Reportedly ran a 10.6 100-meters in HS.|
|The best receiver Highland has had in years -- and they've had some good ones. Missed several games with an injury. But in 5 games he had 33 rec. for 534 yards and 4 TDs. (106.8 yds per game) A very dangerous KR too.|
|Reportedly turned down an offer to attend Texas A&M after his freshman season. Great, soft hands; gets a lot of balls thrown his way. Gets out in December.|
|Could argue that Watkins is the most talented athlete in the land. Leads the Foothill Conference in placekicking points and is without a doubt among the top receivers in California. Burned rubber last spring at the JCFootball.com SoCal Combine with fastest forty time (4.28). Transferred from Norfolk State Univ. (1AA) in Virginia where he redshirted. Tripping to Oregon State in November. Kansas State and Marshall are getting serious.|
|8||Terrence Smith||LB||6-3||235||NW Mississippi|
|Leads the Mississippi conference in tackles. Possesses above average speed and projects to DE or rush linebacker at the next level.|
|A RS-sophomore bounceback from Duke University, who graduates in December. Has offers from Baylor, Middle Tennessee, Louisiana-Lafayette ...and more schools are calling every day. You won't get around him one-on-one per his coaches.|
|10||Chad Wilmott||QB||6-4||210||Butler County|
|Not the best foot speed but very accurate and a great competitor. A leader who is helping Butler to great success. Opposing coaches respect his abilities despite the lack of 'flash.'|
|"Hits like a linebacker but has the speed to play corner," said one Hutch coach. Had over 100 tackles through the regular season.|
|Broke four school passing records, most of which were held by Blinn grad Michael Bishop (K-State/NFL). 181 completions for 2,544 yards and 25 TDs as of October 26. Beats opponents with his arm and head. Baylor and SMU have reportedly offered with many other programs taking a look. It's true he might be a 'system guy,' but that doesn't take away from his ability.|
|13||DeWayne Hollyfield||DE||6-4||270||LA Harbor|
|Converted from TE. Quick, strong, and athletic. Was a very good basketball player in high school.|
|14||David Irons||CB||6-1||185||Butler County|
|Committed to Auburn after last season but was short a class. Now he's on track with Auburn again.|
|15||Kenneth Shelton||WR||6-1||180||Trinity Valley|
|Very fast. Reportedly offered by Washington State and Georgia loves him too. Stats: 39-862-10 TD late in the season. His 22.1 avg. per catch leads the SWJCFC.|
|16||David Jackson||ILB||6-1||225||NE Oklahoma|
|Coach Dale Patterson at NEO says Jackson is one of the best LBs he's had. Jackson is a ball hawk and leads a strong defense.|
|17||Michael Willis||WR||6-1||175||Long Beach|
|A bounceback from Oregon who can make every type of catch. 20.6 yard average per catch through six games.|
|18||Tyler DeBry||LB||5-10||220||Dixie State|
Undersized? Who cares. DeBry is going to be a two-time All-WSFL player. He leads the conference in sacks as of Oct. 28. Fast, physical, and possessing a great motor. Brings strong leadership to the field.
|19||Scott Mitchell||WR||6-4||210||Mt. San Antonio|
Committed to Arizona State along with fellow Mt. SAC WR Delanie Walker.
|20||Surrell Davis||S||5-11||195||San Mateo|
The most highly touted recruit in a defensive backfield that includes four D1 guys. Reportedly has offers from Oregon and Kansas State among others. Instinctive player with speed who will thump you. Ran two sub-4.5 forties on FieldTurf at last spring's JCFootball.com combine.
|21||Jarrett Bush||CB||6-1||185||American River|
Four-year schools love Bush's combination of size and speed. Arizona State, Washington State, and USC are among schools taking a look. Has scored 1 TD off a KOR so far.
|22||Corky Lindsey||DB||5-11||210||San Mateo|
A ball hawk who is also a big hitter. Posted a 4.17 shuttle time at last spring's JCFootball.com combine as well as two 4.5 forties. All-conference as a freshman.
A weight room warrior for Canyons. Getting looks from many west coast colleges, including Washington in the Pac-10. Another great secondary player for Canyons.
His stats at Pima won't impress anyone this year, but that doesn't take away from Hare's abilities. He has tremendous speed, confidence, and great hands. Transferred to Pima from Wm. Rainey Harper in Illinois. Committed to Indiana but sources say that Iowa is still a possibility.
A bounceback from Utah State, where he was at safety. Hard hitter with tremendous motor. At least one of his teammates thinks he's the best defender on a tough D.