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QB Chris Leak
QB Chris Leak

Posted Oct 31, 2002


Several top prospects across the country have already made commitments including our top quarterback recruit, Kyle Wright. Here's a look at the top prospects still on the board at each position and where they may end up.

Quarterback:

Chris Leak , 6-0, 210, Independence, Charlotte NC. could be the most ready to play signal caller in the country. Throws a great ball and is incredibly accurate.

Our Pick- Tennessee

Running Back:

Demetrius Summers , 6-1, 210, Lexington SC- A big back with speed, can run inside or off tackle and is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.

Our Pick- South Carolina

Wide Receiver:

Antonio Cromartie , 6-3, 190 Lincoln, Tallahassee FL- Has the size and speed all colleges are looking for in an athlete and should see the field right away at the college level.

Our Pick- Florida State

Tight End:

Greg Olson, 6-6, 245, Wayne Hills, Wayne NJ- Has size, strength and can get down the field. Also an excellent defensive line prospect.

Our Pick- Notre Dame

Offensive Lineman:

Ofa Mohetau
, 6-4, 330, Trinity, Euless TX- An immovable object on the offensive front and has great feet which allow him to get out and destroy linebackers as well as defensive linemen.

Our Pick-Texas

Defensive Tackle:

Nate Robinson
, 6-4, 315, Irvington NJ- Has all the tools, can play the run as well as rush the passer. Combines tremendous size with enough athleticism to make plays all over the field.

Our Pick- Miami

Defensive End:

Lamar Woodley
, 6-2, 250, Saginaw MI- Plays rush linebacker but will likely move to end in college. Has tremendous closing speed, can get around the corner and hits like a truck.

Our Pick- Michigan State

Linebacker

Ernie Simms
, 5-11, 220, North Florida Christian, Tallahassee FL- A physical freak who reminds a bit of current Miami Hurricane D.J Williams. Also a very talented running back.

Our Pick- Florida State

Safety:

Prescott Burgess, 6-3, 220,
Harding, Warren OH- The only question here is whether or not Burgess will grow into a linebacker. He has great football instincts, runs well and is a huge hitter.

Our Pick- Ohio State

Cornerback:

Donte Whitner
, 5-11, 180, Glenville, Cleveland OH- Was the MVP of the Nike Camp in Michigan. Has great speed and tremendous hitting ability.

Our Pick- Ohio State


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