2005 Players to Watch - Offense

Don't think of it as an All-American team, but as an early national watch list for 2005. This list does not include any prospects who will soon transfer to JCs from four-year colleges after spring semester. We're going to get started with some offensive guys. Later in the week we will post a list of defensive players to watch.

 

OFFENSE
QB  Omar Haugabook
(6-2, 215)
Dodge City 1st team All-Jayhawk Conf. as a frosh.
QB  Jimmy Oliver
(6-0, 170)
Pearl River 1st team NJCAA All-American returns. led team to final #1 rank.
RB  James Johnson
(6-0, 190)
Blinn 1st team NJCAA All-American as a frosh.
RB  Webster Patrick
(5-8, 200)
Butte Led Calif. as a freshman with 1,690 yards (169 pg). Signed with Iowa St. out of high school.
RB  J.T. Diedrichs
(6-1, 220)
Dixie State Signed with Washington State out of HS. Made the All-WSFL team as a freshman in 2004.
RB  Kenny Wilson
(6-0, 215)
Butler County 1st team All-Jayhawk Conf. as a frosh.
TE   Jason Hawkins
(6-4, 245)
San Bernardino Valley 1st team All-Foothill Conf.
WR  Phillip Morris
(6-4, 185)
Georgia Military Placed by Clemson.
WR  Anthony Oliver
(6-3, 205)
Cerritos Unanimous All-Mission Conf.
OL  Clarence Bailey
(6-7, 315)
Lackawanna Another in a long line of great OTs from Lackawanna.
OL Damien Jones
(6-5, 298)
Copiah-Lincoln Moves very well.
OL  Fenuki Tupou
(6-6, 320)
Sierra Already offered by Nebraska.
OL  Dustin Hensel
(6-7, 310)
Golden West Great tackle prospect. See photo above.
OL  Ian Hammond
(6-4, 290)
Saddleback 2nd Team All-Mission Conf. as a freshman after two year layoff.
OL  Sherrone Moore
(6-6, 290)
Butler County All-Jayhawk Conf. as a freshman.
OL  Michael Nay
(6-6, 295)
Snow 1st Team All-WSFL as a frosh.  Signed with BYU in 2001.
PK  Evgeniy Mameev
(6-0, 185)
Glendale (Calif.) Clutch performer.

 


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