Pre-Season JC Top 101 (51-75)

PART III. JCFootball.com continues to unveil its 2002 Pre-Season JC Top 101 list. The list consists of student athletes from around the nation who are impact players for their teams and likely to move on to play D1 football. We're releasing the 101 in groups of 25 players -- 26 in the last grouping.

The pre-season 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 will put out its final JC Top 101 with players ranked in order, 1 through 101.

NAME POS HT / WT COLLEGE NOTES
Lionel
Green
CB 6-1, 185 Reedley From Texas. "A true man to man cover," per his coach. Good student who is being recruited coast to coast. Strong and fast (4.4 or better).
Willie
Roberts
TE 6-7, 250 NE Oklahoma Committed to Miami. This former high school All-American from Florida can do it all. Through 4 games in 2002 he had 11 catches for 161 with a TD. Sat out two years (RS in '01), so is just getting back into the swing of it.
Ryan
Antle
TE 6-4, 255 Pasadena Doesn't get many chances to catch the ball, but could answer the call if needed. Great blocker.
Eric
Holcombe
DT 6-3 1/2, 275 Northeast Miss. 4.9 forty and 405 BP. Quick as a cat per his coach. Offers from Auburn, S. Carolina, Oregon St., Kansas, and others. Signed with KU out of high school and attended Butler Co. CC for a year. Gets out in December!
Joe
Tuinei
DT 6-2, 285 Snow Coach says Tuinei is 'best technician' on a good DL. Started at DT in 2001. Very quick. USC (Southern California) is on him hard as are others.
Pat
Billings
ILB 6-2, 262 Northeast Miss. NE Miss. coach says that Billings is an elite player with legit 4.5 speed. Is among conference leaders in several defensive categories through week 4. Played QB in high school.
Lee
Hayes
CB 5-11, 190 Northeast Miss. Transfer from the Univ. of Arkansas. Will be a 3 for 3 guy upon graduating in May. Runs 4.4 or better per coach.
Drakus
Langford
CB 5-11, 180 Ventura Back in the saddle after sitting out 2001. Has already tripped Southern California (USC). Great cover corner with above average speed.
Alonzo
Nix
WR 6-0, 185 Jones Co. Runs a 4.4 and graduates in December. Very productive and is among league's leading receivers through week 4. Can go the distance. Likes Georgia and the SEC.
Keola
Loo
OG/C 6-1, 295 Orange Coast Transfer from U. of Hawaii. Opened a lot of eyes at JCFootball.com SoCal Combine. Great explosion and toughness. RS at OCC last season. A 2x2 guy.
Paris
Hamilton
WR 6-1, 200 Tyler Oklahoma, La. Tech, Okla. State, and many others are seriously recruiting Hamilton. Runs a sub-4.4. Best attribute: big hands. Physically developed; 'looks' big time. Redshirted in 2000.
Walter
Washington
QB 6-1, 235 Dodge City Redshirt freshman is turning heads in Kansas this year. He's somewhat raw, but possesses rocket arm and can be dangerous out of the pocket too.
Kelvin
Hayden
WR 6-0, 190 Joliet Committed to Illinois. Got off to blistering start in 2002 and has big games (100+ yards) every weekend.
Dan
Christian
OL 6-6, 315 CCSF Switched

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