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Mike McCray chooses SCUM

  • Surprise? scUM filling up fast so they can sit around and watch the rest of us continue to reel in prospects after they are full!

  • I have no problem with him going up there. I trust Urban with tOSU recruiting. Urban has a plan on who he wants.

  • You have a strong program and I'm sure you guys will be getting lots of great recruits over the coming months.

    That being said, I'm thrilled to have McCray up in Ann Arbor. He looks like a great kid and a great player.

    Go Blue!

  • biggrinNice get good kid. He almost got an offer from the Buckeyes and picked the #2 or # 3 ( MSU) team in the league. Congratulaitons.................

    This post was edited by SylvaniaBuck 2 years ago

  • Yep....why worry about a kid that didnt get an OSU offer.

  • Congrats to him on his D1 schollie. I know Meyer has a plan and I'm not thrashing it at all. All I'm going to say is that all of these Ohio kids that he is passing on are going to be hungry and out for us, unless of course they wanted nothing to do with tOSU in the first place.

  • Save the drama Cassandra. He's a tweener that neither Urban nor the previous staff liked that much. We are in on better prospects, so let scUM have the rest. Maybe if we weren't limited on schollies, we'd taken a couple of these guys, but I really don't think McCray will ever be a factor there.

  • THEnutbuster

    Relax everyone. Think Smith or Kimbrough

    http://www.the-ozone.net/football/2012/winterconditioning/thinkingoutloud12_03--06.html

    Thanks for the link bleedscarlet

  • I'm sure through all your great relations with the coaching staff and numerous hours spent watching film. Give me a break. Just saying Ohio guys that are passed on by Ohio State are hungrier.

  • Screw the blue. Take that bs back to piss and puke board.

  • ScUM is doing what they do best, taking kids we don't want. They have assembled a fine 3* class of Ohio kids. They should change their name to Ohio University North.

  • Hey, if you wan't to not offer the #44 ranked player in the country, be our guest!

  • i will NEVER understand the thinking of most Buckeyes.What happens if OSU doesnt land these kids,they are being recruited by every team in America.Losing HIGHLY ranked kids in your own back yard,(that understand the rivalry is just strange).McCray is perfect for any scheme 6'2 233 (and he will put on 10-20 LBs ) he will play WLB on 1-2 downs and edge rusher on 3rd and long.
    dont know why people think he is undersized

    Clay Matthews 6'2 252
    James Harrison 6'0 242
    Lamar Woodley 6'2 261
    Von Miller 6'3 239

    All Linebackers that line up at LB and DE probably the 4 best pass rushers in the game,none have blazing speed for LB but have ELITE speed for DE

    This post was edited by A19 2 years ago

  • his offer sheet is pretty good
    Oklahoma,S,Carolina,Wisconsin,Michigan,West Virginia,Nebraska,Penn St,Tennessee,Mississippi among his 25+ DIV 1 offers

  • He's the #44th ranke LB in the country...you scUM fans and your fantasy rankings are getting annoying

  • Whenever a guy from Ohio commits early w/o an OSU offer I often wonder why they get it over with so fast.

    On the other hand when they committ to OSU I wonder why they even waited a second.

  • Von Miller ran a sub 4.45 and close to a 4.42 once in his NFL combines you bozo.
    Once again you prove what an idiot you are.
    Comparing McCray to Mathews is a joke, every team in the country wanted Mathews and McCray has nowhere near his explosiveness, the best NFL OT's cannot block him with his combination of speed, explosiveness and leverage.
    Go crawl back in your hole.
    OSU is in on better athletes at LB like Jaylon Smith, and we have Love and Anzalone all but in the bag.
    #1 MLB Kimbrough is all OSU, just got some academics to clean up.
    Tell me how great McCray is? The best elites in the country, USC, TExas, Alabama, LSU, Florida, Georgia and Auburn as of late, none offered him. Every team in America wants McCray, where's the offers from the teams I just listed, the nations elite? Well, they are not coming, he is not good enough to play for them and they will get better, just like Urban Meyer will. The last two years in the same area Jordan Hicks and Trey Depriest had every elite power wanting them along with OSU, they went to Texas and Bama. McCray had nowhere near their offer list, not even close.
    You are a buffoon, each post keeps proving it.

  • Broken record! Every kid can't get a early offer. He could have waited to camp at OSU and earn a offer if he wanted to be a Buckeye that bad. This has nothing to do with McRae. We can't overreact if another program offers a Ohio kid. We need to evaluate each kid and make our own decision as a staff.

  • Where's the last few national title winners? Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Florida, and USC? Ah, no interest.
    Outside of Oklahoma, who choked again last year, none of those teams above are elite in the last decade, and that includes Michigan.
    Go check Anzalones offer list, who will be a Buckeye. LSU, Bama, USC, Florida, Auburn, Oklahoma and those types in his 30 plus.
    Love, whos in at LB for OSU, just has to make it official. USC, Oklahoma, Nebraksa and other elites.
    You are right, McCray's offer list is pretty good, not elite, that is what Urban Meyer saw on film and did not offer. He is good, certainly not elite.
    Go run out in the street and make sure you hit a car, do this board a favor.

  • Smith, Zone, Kimbrough, and Love...forget about it.

  • Mike McCray is Rivals # 44 overall prospect (# 3 OLB) and hes projected top 60 on every major site.
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    Trotwood, Ohio
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    Ht:6'4"
    Wt:230 lbs
    40:4.61 secs
    GPA:3.03
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  • Mike McCray is ranked HIGHER on all sites that have rankings out than Kimbrough and Love and Smith is headed to N Dame and
    Rivals.com Rivals100 2013
    2013 Prospect Ranking
    View Results on Map »Last updated on 2/8/12
    Rank

    Name

    Pos

    Location

    Stars

    Ht

    Wt

    School
    #1

    Robert Nkemdiche

    DE

    Loganville, GAGrayson

    Nkemdiche recorded 19 sacks in both 2010 and 2011 and helped lead his team to a state championship as a junior.

    5 stars

    6'5"

    260

    list
    #2

    Reuben Foster

    LB

    LaGrange, GATroup

    Foster recorded 185 tackles with 14 sacks during his junior season.

    5 stars

    6'2"

    228

    Alabama
    #3

    Laremy Tunsil

    OL

    Lake City, FLColumbia

    Tunsil is an incredibly athletic offensive tackle prospect with a great frame to add bulk. He has been an all-area player the past two years.

    5 stars

    6'6"

    275

    list
    #4

    Kendall Fuller

    DB

    Olney, MDOur Lady Of Good Counsel

    During his junior season, Fuller had 26 tackles and three interceptions on defense and added 26 receptions for 527 yards and five touchdowns on offense.

    5 stars

    6'0"

    185

    list
    #5

    Su'a Cravens

    DB

    Murrieta, CAVista Murrieta

    Cravens had 100 tackles, 11 sacks and three interceptions and rushed for 15 touchdowns in his junior season.

    5 stars

    6'1"

    205

    list
    #6

    Kenny Bigelow

    DE

    Bear, DERed Lion Christian Academy

    Bigelow finished his junior season with 15 sacks.

    5 stars

    6'3"

    280

    USC
    #7

    Cameron Burrows

    DB

    Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

    Burrows had 46 tackles, 12 pass break ups and four interceptions for a 14-0 Trotwood-Madison team this past fall.

    5 stars

    6'1"

    195

    Ohio St.
    #8

    Max Browne

    QB

    Sammamish, WASkyline

    Browne threw for 4,034 yards with 45 touchdowns and seven interceptions as a junior.

    5 stars

    6'5"

    202

    list
    #9

    Thomas Tyner

    RB

    Beaverton, ORAloha

    Tyner missed six games in his junior season but still rushed for 1,136 yards and 12 touchdowns.

    5 stars

    6'0"

    200

    Oregon
    #10

    Vernon Hargreaves III

    DB

    Tampa, FLWharton

    Hargreaves recorded two interceptions as a junior. He made a major impact on the scoreboard though as he accounted for 11 touchdowns on his junior season.

    5 stars

    5'10"

    177

    list
    #11

    Tyrone Swoopes

    QB

    Whitewright, TXWhitewright

    Swoopes passed for 1,394 yards and 15 touchdowns while running for an incredible 2,267 yards and 29 scores in 2011.

    5 stars

    6'5"

    220

    Texas
    #12

    Matthew Thomas

    LB

    Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

    Thomas recorded 117 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    201

    list
    #13

    Ricky Seals-Jones

    WR

    Sealy, TXSealy

    Playing quarterback and safety, Seals-Jones was the unanimous District MVP as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    220

    Texas
    #14

    Joey Bosa

    DE

    Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

    Bosa had 52 tackles, including 18 tackles for loss, and eight sacks as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    260

    list
    #15

    E.J. Levenberry Jr.

    LB

    Woodbridge, VAC. D. Hylton

    Levenberry finished his junior season with 151 tackles, eight forced fumbles, four sacks and three interceptions.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    226

    list
    #16

    Shane Morris

    QB

    Warren, MIDe La Salle

    Morris committed to Michigan in May of his sophomore year of high school.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    183

    Michigan
    #17

    Michael Hutchings

    LB

    Concord, CADe La Salle

    Hutchings had 56 tackles and two sacks on one of the best defenses in De La Salle history.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    210

    list
    #18

    Ty Isaac

    RB

    Joliet, ILJoliet Catholic

    Isaac capped off his junior season by rushing for 516 yards and 6 touchdowns in the state championship game.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    215

    list
    #19

    Derrick Griffin

    WR

    Rosenberg, TXTerry

    Also a top basketball prospect, Griffin caught 36 passes for 509 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    215

    Texas A&M
    #20

    Altee Tenpenny

    RB

    North Little Rock, ARNorth Little Rock

    Tenpenny missed his junior year with an injury after rushing for 1,121 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore.

    4 stars

    5'11"

    200

    Alabama
    #21

    Eddie Vanderdoes

    DE

    Placer, CAPlacer

    Vanderdoes had 59 tackles and eight sacks as Placer finished 9-3 this season.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    285

    list
    #22

    Adam Breneman

    TE

    Camp Hill, PACedar Cliff

    Breneman finished his junior season with 1,120 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns on 72 receptions.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    220

    list
    #23

    Greg Bryant

    RB

    Delray Beach, FLAmerican Heritage School

    Bryant had 2,180 yards and 25 touchdowns rushing on 224 carries as a junior.

    4 stars

    5'11"

    200

    list
    #24

    Marquez North

    WR

    Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

    North had 39 receptions for 1,000-plus yards and 19 touchdowns in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    205

    list
    #25

    Kent Perkins

    OL

    Dallas, TXLake Highlands

    Perkins helped Lake Highlands average 202 rushing yards per game in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    300

    Texas
    #26

    Robert Foster

    WR

    Monaca, PACentral Valley

    Foster was one of the top overall performers at the recent U.S. Army All-American Combine.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    170

    list
    #27

    Ethan Pocic

    OL

    Lemont, ILLemont

    Pocic was a consensus all-state selection out of Lemont High this past fall.

    4 stars

    6'7"

    285

    list
    #28

    Eli Woodard

    DB

    Voorhees, NJEastern

    Woodard finished his junior season with 40 tackles, while only seeing minimal pass attempts come his way.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    185

    Ohio St.
    #29

    Derrick Henry

    ATH

    Yulee, FLYulee

    Henry rushed for 2,610 yards and 33 touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    241

    Georgia
    #30

    Max Redfield

    DB

    Mission Viejo, CAMission Viejo

    Redfield had 33 tackles, two interceptions and had 528 receiving yards with five touchdowns for 10-win team.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    195

    list
    #31

    Laquon Treadwell

    WR

    Crete, ILCrete Monee

    Treadwell caught 75 passes for 1,400 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    183

    list
    #32

    Leon McQuay III

    DB

    Seffner, FLArmwood

    McQuay recorded 66 total tackles, nine pass deflections, four interceptions, one caused fumble and a fumble recovery as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    177

    list
    #33

    Montravius Adams

    DT

    Vienna, GADooly County

    Adams registered 45 tackles for loss and 10 sacks as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    290

    list
    #34

    Jaylon Smith

    LB

    Fort Wayne, INBishop Luers

    Smith carried 160 times for 1,200 yards and had 31 total touchdowns on offense while securing 8.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss on defense as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    202

    list
    #35

    O.J. Howard

    TE

    Autauga, ALAutauga Academy

    After a strong 2011 season, Howard was a standout at the Under Armour All-America Underclassmen Combine.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    221

    Alabama
    #36

    Trey Johnson

    LB

    Lawrenceville, GACentral Gwinnett

    Johnson has a combined 316 tackles his last two seasons.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    220

    Auburn
    #37

    Dorian O'Daniel

    LB

    Olney, MDOur Lady Of Good Counsel

    O’Daniel finished his junior season with 17 tackles for a loss and five sacks.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    205

    list
    #38

    Antonio Conner

    DB

    Batesville, MSSouth Panola

    Connor recorded two interceptions and rushed for over 1,400 yards in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    192

    list
    #39

    Marcell Harris

    DB

    Orlando, FLDr. Phillips

    Harris recorded 93 tackles, three interceptions, and four forced fumbles as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    205

    list
    #40

    Chans Cox

    LB

    Lakeside, AZBlue Ridge

    Cox registered 61 tackles along with 682 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns for undefeated team this season.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    220

    list
    #41

    Jalin Marshall

    ATH

    Middletown, OHMiddletown

    Marshall is a dual-threat quarterback for Middletown High, but could also project to wide receiver or running back in college.

    4 stars

    6'0"

    190

    Ohio St.
    #42

    Dee Liner

    DE

    Muscle Shoals, ALMuscle Shoals

    Liner finished his junior season with 83 tackles and 17 sacks.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    255

    Auburn
    #43

    Henry Poggi

    DT

    Baltimore, MDGilman School

    Poggi finished his junior season with 49 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, 10 sacks and one forced fumble.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    250

    list
    #44

    Mike McCray

    LB

    Trotwood, OHTrotwood-Madison

    McCray totaled 86 tackles as a junior and returned three of his five interceptions for touchdowns.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    230

    Michigan
    #45

    Stacy Coley

    WR

    Oakland Park, FLNortheast

    Coley had 33 receptions for 556 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    175

    list
    #46

    Chris Fox

    OL

    Parker, COPonderosa

    Big offensive tackle helped Ponderosa to almost 230 rushing yards per outing this season.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    297

    Michigan
    #47

    Ryan Burns

    QB

    Ashburn, VAStone Bridge

    After missing his sophomore season with an injury, Burns was a huge part of his teams 10-2 season last fall.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    218

    Stanford
    #48

    Justin Davis

    RB

    Stockton, CALincoln

    Davis rushed for 2,380 yards and 36 touchdowns for team that won 11 games this season.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    195

    list
    #49

    Steve Elmer

    OL

    Midland, MIMidland

    Elmer was named the top scholar-athlete on the Detroit Free Press’ Dream Team.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    305

    Notre Dame
    #50

    Garrett Sickels

    DE

    Little Silver, NJRed Bank Regional

    Sickels finished his junior season with 76 tackles, 11 sacks and three blocked punts.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    225

    Penn St.
    #51

    Jake Raulerson

    OL

    Celina, TXCelina

    Raulerson helped Celina average 433 yards of offense per game as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    250

    Texas
    #52

    Steven Mitchell

    WR

    Mission Hills, CABishop Alemany

    Mitchell helped lead an offense that averaged more than 33 points per outing.

    4 stars

    5'11"

    170

    list
    #53

    Daniel McMillian

    LB

    Jacksonville, FLFirst Coast

    McMillian recorded 12 sacks and forced nine fumbles as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    220

    Florida
    #54

    Patrick Kugler

    OL

    Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

    Patrick’s brother, Rob Kugler, is a tight end at Purdue, while his father, Sean Kugler, is the offensive line coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    280

    Michigan
    #55

    DeSean Smith

    TE

    Lake Charles, LABarbe

    Smith caught 43 passes for 764 yards and seven scores in helping lead Barbe to the state quarterfinals.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    222

    list
    #56

    Mackensie Alexander

    DB

    Immokalee, FLImmokalee

    Alexander had 42 tackles, three interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and six pass deflections as a junior.

    4 stars

    5'11"

    175

    Tennessee
    #57

    Austin Golson

    OL

    Prattville, ALPrattville

    Golson anchored the offensive line at left tackle for a state championship team.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    275

    Florida St.
    #58

    Dashon Hunt

    DB

    Westlake Village, CAWestlake

    Hunt had 63 tackles, six interceptions and rushed for 1,274 yards and 18 touchdowns for 14-win team.

    4 stars

    5'10"

    175

    UCLA
    #59

    Ahmad Fulwood

    WR

    Jacksonville, FLBishop Kenny

    Fulwood had 46 receptions for 1,141 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    197

    list
    #60

    Kyle Bosch

    OL

    Wheaton, ILSt. Francis

    Bosch was an all-state performer as a junior for an 8-3 St. Francis team.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    285

    Michigan
    #61

    Jake Oliver

    WR

    Dallas, TXJesuit

    Oliver caught 108 passes for 1,637 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    194

    Texas
    #62

    Peter Kalambayi

    LB

    Matthews, NCButler

    Despite missing part of the season with an injury, Kalambayi had 79 total tackles, 13 for loss, and six sacks.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    220

    list
    #63

    Isaiah Golden

    DT

    Elysian Fields, TXElysian Fields

    Golden has recorded over 75 tackles each of the past two seasons.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    295

    Texas A&M
    #64

    Derrick Green

    RB

    Richmond, VAHermitage

    Green rushed for approximately 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns during his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'0"

    215

    list
    #65

    Tray Matthews

    DB

    Newnan, GANewnan

    Matthews recorded a 94-yard kickoff return in the Georgia Junior Bowl, after having 84 tackles and four interceptions in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    190

    Georgia
    #66

    John Diarse

    ATH

    Monroe, LANeville

    Diarse rushed for 1,266 yards and 17 scores on offense while recording three interceptions on defense as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'0"

    202

    list
    #67

    Reeve Koehler

    OL

    Honolulu, HISt. Louis

    Koehler helped lead an offense that averaged more than 31 points as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    280

    list
    #68

    Doug Randolph

    LB

    Richmond, VAWoodberry Forest School

    Randolph was named to the 1st Team All-Prep League after his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    215

    Stanford
    #69

    A'Shawn Robinson

    DT

    Fort Worth, TXArlington Heights

    Robinson was a first-team all-district selection as an offensive lineman in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    302

    Texas
    #70

    Michael Hill

    DT

    Pendleton, SCPendleton

    Hill had more than two dozen tackles for loss and reached double digits in sacks in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    315

    list
    #71

    Troy Williams

    QB

    Harbor City, CANarbonne

    Williams threw for 3,247 yards with 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions for 11-win team in his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'0"

    173

    list
    #72

    Holland Fisher

    DB

    Midlothian, VAManchester

    Fisher was named 2nd Team All-Central Region after his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    205

    Virginia Tech
    #73

    Isaac Rochell

    DE

    McDonough, GAEagle's Landing Christian

    Rochell recorded 97 tackles, seven sacks and 25 tackles for loss last season.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    260

    list
    #74

    Kailo Moore

    RB

    Rosedale, MSWest Bolivar

    Moore rushed for nearly 1,500 yards during junior campaign.

    4 stars

    5'10"

    180

    list
    #75

    ArDarius Stewart

    ATH

    Fultondale, ALFultondale

    Stewart rushed for better than 2,000 yards and threw for 1,400-plus more in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    190

    Alabama
    #76

    Jordan Sherit

    DE

    Tampa, FLHillsborough

    Sherit recorded 110 tackles and 14 sacks as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    245

    list
    #77

    Dymonte Thomas

    DB

    Alliance, OHMarlington

    Thomas average 7.1 yards per carry and scored 13 touchdowns on offense, and secured 102 tackles on defense as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    175

    Michigan
    #78

    Greg Webb

    DT

    Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

    Webb finished his junior season with 94 tackles, nine sacks and three fumble recoveries.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    290

    list
    #79

    Will Likely

    DB

    Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

    Likely rushed for 823 yards on 76 carries and caught 36 passes for 632 yards. He scored 21 touchdowns. On defense, he had 33 tackles and seven interceptions.

    4 stars

    5'7"

    171

    list
    #80

    Johnathon McCrary

    QB

    Ellenwood, GACedar Grove

    McCrary passed for more than 5,500 combined yards the past two seasons.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    180

    Vanderbilt
    #81

    Kylie Fitts

    DE

    Redlands, CAEast Valley

    Fitts finished with 79 tackles and 8.5 sacks for 11-win team as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    260

    list
    #82

    Caleb Brantley

    DT

    Crescent City, FLCrescent City

    Brantley averaged more than 10 tackles a game as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    285

    Florida
    #83

    Evan Lisle

    OL

    Centerville, OHCenterville

    Lisle was a first team all-Division performer for a 7-4 Centerville team as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    265

    Ohio St.
    #84

    Priest Willis

    DB

    Tempe, AZMarcos De Niza

    Willis recorded 52 tackles and two interceptions in his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    200

    list
    #85

    Jaynard Bostwick

    DT

    Port St. Lucie, FLSt. Lucie West Centennial

    Bostwick is a versatile defensive lineman that can play inside or outside.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    275

    list
    #86

    Kameron Miles

    DB

    Mesquite, TXWest Mesquite

    Miles tallied 101 tackles and five interceptions while also rushing for five touchdowns as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    200

    list
    #87

    Taquan Mizzell

    RB

    Virginia Beach, VABayside

    Mizzell rushed for over 1,000 yards and had 22 touchdowns during his junior season.

    4 stars

    5'10"

    180

    list
    #88

    Johnny O'Neal

    LB

    Dublin, GAWest Laurens

    O’Neal averaged 13 tackles per game in 2011

    4 stars

    6'2"

    225

    list
    #89

    Justin Manning

    DT

    Dallas, TXKimball

    Manning is the younger brother of former Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    275

    list
    #90

    Ryan Green

    RB

    St. Petersburg, FLCatholic

    Green rushed for 1,069 yards and 14 touchdowns on 125 carries. He also had 11 receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown.

    4 stars

    5'10"

    195

    list
    #91

    Carl Lawson

    DE

    Alpharetta, GAMilton

    Lawson recorded 15 sacks, 31 tackles for loss and more than 80 tackles as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    245

    list
    #92

    Darius James

    OL

    Killeen, TXHarker Heights

    James earned first-team all-district honors on both offense and defense as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'5"

    319

    Texas
    #93

    Joe Mathis

    DE

    Upland, CAUpland

    Mathis registered 79 tackles and six sacks for a 12-win team in his junior season.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    250

    list
    #94

    Nick Washington

    DB

    Jacksonville, FLTrinity Christian

    Washington contributed on both sides of the ball as a junior. He recorded two interceptions and scored 11 touchdowns.

    4 stars

    6'0"

    180

    Florida
    #95

    Larenz Bryant

    LB

    Charlotte, NCVance

    As a junior, Bryant had 144 tackles, seven sacks and two interceptions – and rushed for 1,435 yards with 21 touchdowns.

    4 stars

    6'1"

    203

    list
    #96

    Jake Butt

    TE

    Pickerington, OHPickerington North

    Butt caught 27 passes for 424 yards and seven touchdowns on offense, and had 10 sacks on defense as a junior.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    230

    Michigan
    #97

    Demarcus Robinson

    WR

    Fort Valley, GAPeach County

    Robinson was a first-team all-state selection in 2011.after catching 53 passes for 1,024 yards.

    4 stars

    6'2"

    200

    list
    #98

    Aaron Cochran

    OL

    Atwater, CABuhach

    Cochran helped lead offense that rushed for more than 300 yards per game this season.

    4 stars

    6'6"

    320

    list
    #99

    D.J. Ward

    DE

    Lawton, OKLawton

    Ward recorded 75 tackles and 12 sacks in 2011.

    4 stars

    6'4"

    240

    list
    #100

    Jonathan Allen

    DE

    Ashburn, VAStone Bridge

    While facing double teams most of the season, Allen still finished his junior season with 12 sacks.

    4 stars

    6'3"

    225

    list

    Pri

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  • i was comparing sizes people keep saying hes to small . his 4.61 is about avg for the LB and would be 3rd for DE at this years NFL combine
    Jaylon Smith is N Dame
    Kimbrough isnt even ranked top 100 on Rivals .com
    rumors are McCray is about to get OSU offer


  • Rivals .com has him ranked as high as Jalin Marshall (one of the 2 largest recruiting sites) Jalin #41 McCray #44 overall you would Jalin elite
    Rivals has McCray #3 in Ohio Scout has him #5 in Ohio