1. Jordan Phillips – Circle
Phillips is a monster on the interior of the line, who has a ton of upside. He has all of the athletic potential in the world and if he asserts himself he can be as good as he wants to be on the next level and possibly beyond it.
2. Bubba Starling – Gardner Edgerton
He also has a nice frame that screams NFL potential. He still needs to develop and hone the finer points of the game, but he has a world of potential at the position. He is also a real threat on the ground.
3. Shane Ray – Bishop Miege
Defensive End ~ (6-3.5/225)
Ray played all across the line as a junior, but wherever he lined up he made big plays. At times he has tremendous explosion and that makes him almost impossible to block. But his biggest strength is his will to make the play no matter what.
4. Max Shortell – Bishop Miege
Shortell is a pro-style quarterback with the frame and arm strength to play for a solid D1 program. He was one of the top performers at the Elite 11 held in Fort Worth, Texas and led Miege to a State Title in '09.
5. Dagan Reed – St. Thomas Aquinas
Running Back ~ (5-11/195)
Considering: Nebraska, Kansas State
Reed has been laying low on the recruiting scene because he has been playing rugby in the off-season, but he could be a major recruit if he concentrates on football. He rushed for over 1,600 yards in 2009.
6. Phil Ford – Bishop Miege
Offensive Tackle ~ (6-5/335)
Considering: Minnesota, Oklahoma State, Kansas
Mammoth offensive tackle that led a powerful rushing attack…
7. Dylan Admire – Blue Valley West
Offensive Guard ~ (6-4/275)
Admire is rock solid and strong at the point of attack…
8. Boston Stiverson – Andover
Stood out at the U.S. Army All-American Combine and recruiting could pick up…
9. Dreamius Smith – Wichita Heights
Running Back ~ (6-0/205)
Smith is a load to handle and has some solid skills in between the tackles…
10. Cody Whitehair – Abilene
Offensive Guard ~ (6-5/300)
Committed: Kansas State
Powerful interior line prospect that will play his college in-state…