Class of 2011 Illinois Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Allen Trieu
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Jordan WalshGlenbard West HSIowa
OG | 6-3/275
Very athletic, and worthy of being named the state's top prospect
2. Rodney CoeEdwardsville HS 
OLB | 6-3/240
Big, physical back who could play any number of positions and play them well
3. Evan SpencerVernon Hills HSOhio State
WR | 6-3/205
Stood out on tape enough to be moved up the list; a great football player
4. DaVaris DanielsVernon Hills HS 
WR | 6-2/175
Explosive athlete who has a chance to move up with a good senior season
5. Brian BobekWm Fremd HSOhio State
C | 6-2/280
Technically sound tough guy with good strength and plays the game with passion
6. Ryan KlachkoSacred Heart Griffin HSNebraska
OG | 6-4/280
The way he finishes blocks an dominates his opponent is impressive
7. Keante MinorEast St Louis Senior HSArkansas
WR | 6-2/194
Good sized, physical target with sneaky deep speed
8. Glen FaulknerEast St Louis Senior HSKentucky
S | 6-2/185
Outstanding instincts, ball skills and closing speed; another who should move up
9. Nick LifkaNaperville North HSBoston College
MLB | 6-2/230
Physical, tough player who could play fullback or linebacker in college
10. James AdeyanjuCurie Metropolitan HS 
DE | 6-2/240
Athletic edge rusher who has added weight and strength this off-season
11. Chris BryantSimeon Vocational HS 
OG | 6-5/330
Came a long way in terms of technique this summer and already had the size and athleticism
12. Jack AllenHinsdale Central HSMichigan State
C | 6-2/275
Classic center prospect who will beat you up for 60 minutes
13. Calvin PhillipsKankakee HS 
RB | 6-0/212
Physically, one of the most talented players in the country, off-field concerns keep him from being higher
14. Anthony PiersonEast St Louis Senior HSMissouri 
RB | 5-11/170
Just transferred in from Missouri, and should make a huge impact for the Flyers
15. Mika'il McCallThornridge HSMichigan State
RB | 5-11/190
Has a college ready body and is built for the tough, rugged Big Ten
16. Scott McDowellHinsdale Central HS 
OT | 6-5/265
Very impressive summer camp performances jumped him up the ranks
17. Clint TuckerEast St Louis Senior HSKentucky 
DT | 6-2/285
Athletic interior guy with a nice, stout body
18. Tony DurkinVictor J. Andrew HSIllinois
C | 6-3/270
May not be the biggest guy, but is feisty, technically sound, and gets results
19. Riley McMinnRochester HSIowa
DE | 6-7/220
6'7 kid who can really get to the quarterback
20. Sean CottonWalther Lutheran HSNorthwestern
S | 6-2/195
Loved his size, smarts and potential to be a complete safety
21. Kyle McAvoyBloomington HSMinnesota 
OG | 6-6/282
Road grader type who could be a right tackle, but is more likely to end up at guard
22. Adam PittserRichmond-Burton HS  
QB | 6-1/190
Put together a great summer that has him as one of the state's biggest risers
23. Reilly O'TooleWarrenville South HSIllinois 
QB | 6-3/200
Doesn’t have super arm strength, but is a great in-game QB with accuracy and smarts
24. Jack KonopkaWm Fremd HSNorthwestern
OT | 6-5/260
High school tight end has the frame to project well to offensive tackle in college
25. Victor NelsonMaine South HS  
OT | 6-7/285
Massive kid who plays for one of the state's best programs and has experience in the run game and pass pro
26. Matt LaCosseNaperville North HSMinnesota
TE | 6-6/215
A quarterback in high school, but has the size and athleticism to be a fine college tight end
27. Mason FullerUrban Prep Charter Academy 
DT | 6-3/297
Physical tools are there, still improving the technical aspects
28. Jarrell WilliamsH L Richards HSNorthwestern
CB | 5-10/165
Smaller, but quick cover man has solid speed and ball skills
29. Luke LuhrsenWarrenville South HSKansas
OG | 6-4/280
Rolls opponents in the running game an also showed good feet in pass pro
30. Matt FrazierBishop Mcnamara HSNorthwestern
OG | 6-3.5/281
Very strong, rugged, tough lineman who could play either side of the ball
31. Josh FergusonJoliet Catholic AcademyIllinois
RB | 5-9/180
Speedy back had a great junior season, and after adding strength and weight, he should do it again
32. Jake BernsteinCrystal Lake South HS 
OG | 6-3/280
High school tackle projects to guard and looks the part on film
33. Chris O'ConnorVictor J. Andrew HSIllinois
DE | 6-5/235
Nice big frame and good all around length, and could even project inside
34. Pat FlavinBenet Academy 
OT | 6-7/260
6'7 frame and a solid junior year helped him amass over 20 offers
35. Hunter WellsCanton HSIllinois 
OT | 6-6/280
Sleeper uncovered by Ron Zook and company is likely a future right tackle
36. C.J. RobbinsLa Salle-Peru Twp HSIndiana
DE | 6-5/240
Good size and upside. Could play end or tackle.
37. Mark SzottWaubonsie Valley HSNorthwestern
TE | 6-4/225
A pass catching tight end with good hands, but needs to add weight
38. Matt AnzelcYorkville HS 
OT | 6-6/275
Extremely underappreciate in our opinion. Good size and technique.
39. Dan LembkeProvidence Catholic HS 
OT | 6-5/275
Did not camp this summer, but has a chance to add more offers with a good season
40. Luke McAvoyBloomington HSMinnesota 
OT | 6-6/275
Comes from a family of linemen, and may be the first one to play tackle in college
41. Blake SerpaKaneland Senior HSCentral Michigan 
TE | 6-3/230
Nice sized tight end with good ball skills fits what CMU likes to do
42. Zach ColvinMinooka Community HS  
DE | 6-4/260
Size and strength are among his assets - could add more offers this year
43. Jud WienkeTuscola HS  
QB | 6-4/225
Still a bit of an unknown quantity, but has a real shot at more offers with a good year
44. Demetrius HillKankakee HS  
DE | 6-3/245
Were it not for academics, he'd have a much bigger offer list; very good pass rusher
45. Patrick MulroeLoyola Academy  
OT | 6-5/265
Like his frame and experience, just needs to get stronger
46. Kapri BibbsPlainfield North HSColorado State 
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Solidly built, compact back who can catch the ball out of the backfield
47. Michael RouseHomewood-Flossmoor HSPurdue
DT | 6-4/315
Big body who is tough to move, but has to play with better leverage
48. Charles KnowlesHarvey Thornton HS  
WR | 6-4/185
Just starting to surface, but has size, athleticism, and caught 16 touchdowns a year ago
49. Cody LopezPlainfield North HSCentral Michigan 
MLB | 6-1/215
Smart, heady linebacker, and a leader on the field
50. Justin MarchDanville HS  
OLB | 6-0/205
Slightly undersized, but fast, attacking linebacker
Last updated: 8/20/10