Scout Rankings: Tennessee
The most players rated among the Scout.com top 300 from the state of Tennessee since 2008 is five. The class of 2007 featured nine players rated four-stars or higher. Only two five-star recruits in the state in the past five years (Marlon Brown, 2009, Chris Donald, 2007).
Brian Kimbrow, four-star running back from Memphis-East, Tenn., is the top recruit in the Volunteer State. He is the only recruit to make the top 100. Kimbrow is a dangerous threat anytime he touches the ball and has scholarship offers from more than 20 schools across the country.
Five other players in the Volunteer State are ranked in the Scout 300.
1. Brian Kimbrow, Memphis-East (No. 16 RB, No. 94 Overall)
2. Nate Cole, Memphis-Mitchell (No. 24, WR, No. 156 Overall)
3. Jovon Robinson, Memphis-Wooddale (No. 21 RB, No. 173 Overall)
4. Will Gross, Memphis-Melrose (No. 11 QB, No. 229 Overall)
5. Drae Bowles, Jackson Christian (No. 45 WR, No. 286 Overall)
6. Blake Bars, Nashville-Montgomery Bell (No. 37 OT, No. 292 Overall)
Other players currently ranked by Scout.com.
Jay Guillermo, Maryville, (No. 4 Center)
Graham Shuler, Brentwood Academy (No. 37 OT)
Patton Robinette, Maryville (No. 24 QB)
Chad Voytik, Cleveland (No. 31 QB)
Andrew Jelks, Henry County (No. No. 52 OT)
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