Search this site
Junior College Football
Football Recruiting Home
Updated Southeast 150
Brice Butler had one of the biggest jumps
Scout.com - Southeast
Posted May 18, 2007
Here is the updated list for the Southeast Region's top 150 prospects and a special invitation for each of those players.
Southeast Top 150
Over a month after the first release, here is the second version of the Scout.com Southeast 150, with several big jumps from players like
Each of these players also received an invitation within the past week to attend what will be the most exclusive camp in the country - when the Scout.com Combine series is going to finish with a finale on Saturday May 26th that will be a Southeastern Elite Invitational.
The Southeast 150 Elite Camp is by invitation only, with no walkups allowed, will be held at Georgia Tech on May 26th, and will involve agility training, individual instruction per position, one on one competition, and 7v7s all with no combine testing. There is no cost for the player, just like all of Scout.com’s events.
Guest coaches include:
Linebackers coach Jessie Tuggle: a former NFL linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons (1987-2000). Educated at Valdosta State University, his first season was in 1987. He appeared in the Pro Bowl five times, and assisted the Falcons to a championship appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII after the 1998 season. In his 14 seasons, he recorded 21 sacks and 6 interceptions, which he returned for 106 yards and a touchdown. He also recovered 9 fumbles, returning them for 155 yards and an NFL record 5 touchdowns. His nickname is "The Hammer," because of the impact of his tackles.
Linebackers coach Buddy Curry: a former NFL Rookie of the Year, he is a graduate from the University of North Carolina who played pro football from 1980–1987 for the Atlanta Falcons. He currently is a coach for Velocity Sports Performance in Atlanta.
Wide receivers coach Stacey Bailey: a former Atlanta Falcon that was drafted in the third round out of San Jose State. Bailey played nine years for the Falcons, highlighted by his 67 catch 1138 yard season in 1984.
Offensive line coach Todd Cooper: has helped lead his Peach County team to back to back state championships and is now the Trojans' offensive coordinator.
Quarterbacks coach Tim Glanton: is in his third year as a Scout.com traveling coach. After having helped to resurrect the East Paulding program, he took on the task of building the South Paulding program from scratch as its first head coach ever.
Running backs coach Daryl Jones: is in his second year as a Scout.com traveling coach. Jones Came to Scout.com after more than a decade as a successful Football Coach and Athletic Director at the high school level in the state of Georgia. As a prep coach, Jones consistently competed and won in the state playoffs earning him regional and state recognition as a football coach and athletic director. As a high school coach, Jones has developed several college football players. Four of his former prep athletes have made NFL rosters.
Defensive line coach Bob Lichtenfels: is in his third full year as a Scout.com traveling coach. Bob Lichtenfels started as a site recruiting coordinator and assistant publisher and now is considered one of the elite evaluators at Scout.com and is in charge of the East and Midwest regions. After a successful college football and baseball career in college, Lichtenfels joined the Western PA high school coaching ranks where he coached for 9 years prior to joining Scout.com. Lichtenfels also does player personnel and scouting work on a part-time basis for the AIFL's Johnstown RiverHawks.
Defensive backs coach Don Cox: is in his second full year as a Scout.com traveling coach. Cox is a nationally acclaimed defensive backs coach due to his high-tempo workouts and fiery personality on the field. Already, twenty defensive backs from eight states are ready to fly in to Atlanta just to work out with Coach Cox again.
Players on the list and parents or coaches of players on the list who have yet to receive an invitation but would like to attend should send an email to Miller Safrit (
Players not on the list who believe they are among the best in the country and would like to attend the combine should submit their
to Miller Safrit (
- fax: 484-952-3406).
Southeast Top 150
Nation Recognizing Alabama Talent
May 17, 2007
Butler And Beal Aiming For Early Decisions
May 15, 2007
Green Trying To Narrow List to Five
May 22, 2007
2014 Scout.com Recruiting Yearbook
with an annual Total Access Pass
Free Email Newsletter
Don't miss any news or features from FOXSportsNEXT.com. Subscribe to our newsletter to have our newest articles emailed to you on a daily or weekly basis.
Click here for a
list of all Team Newsletters
Add Players to My HotList
Get free email alerts with news about your favorite players. Click name to add to
View My HotList
Places to go:
Junior College Football
Things to do:
Things to buy:
Things to know:
Terms of Service
Advertise on MSN
About our ads
© 2013 Microsoft