Class of 2011 Indiana Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Allen Trieu
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Kiaro HoltsWarren Central (Ind.)North Carolina
OT | 6-5/265
Great footwork, and is equally comfortable in pass protection and mauling opponents in the run game
2. Kris HarleyWarren Central (Ind.)Virginia Tech
DT | 6-2/260
Quick off the ball, aggressive and a true disruptor that opponents have to game plan for
3. Remound WrightFort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop DwengerStanford
RB | 5-9/195
Compact back with a good burst and ability to catch the ball out of the backfield
4. Joel HaleCenter Grove (Ind.)Ohio State
DT | 6-4/310
A high school end, but is a future college tackle with his size
5. Nick TempleWarren Central (Ind.)Cincinnati
S | 5-10/200
A missile who finds the football and gets to it with no hesitation
6. Nick MartinIndianapolis (Ind.) Bishop Chatard 
OT | 6-5/260
Athletic tackle prospect who still needs to get stronger, but has the tools
7. Armonze DanielAvon (Ind.) 
OLB | 6-4/230
Very athletic and comfortable in coverage including man to man
8. Tony SpringmannFort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop DwengerNotre Dame
DE | 6-6/260
Great high school player who we see as a 3-4 DE for the Fighting Irish
9. D'Angelo RobertsBloomington (Ind.) NorthIndiana
RB | 5-10/175
Big coup for the Hoosiers to get this elusive back to stay close to home
10. Kenny MullenFort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop LuersIndiana
CB | 5-9/180
A true cover corner who we feel has been undervalued throughout his career
11. Eric Robinson-BerryWarren Central (Ind.)Louisville 
CB | 6-0/170
Decent frame and blazing speed, just doesn’t have the game experience yet, but will get it this season
12. Ralston EvansArlington (Ind.)Indiana
OG | 6-4/265
Solid all around guard prospect who works hard, plays hard and is coachable
13. Jake ReedColumbus (Ind.) NorthIndiana
TE | 6-3/221
Could play either side of the ball in college, and has been starting to prefer defense
14. Nick StonerCenter Grove (Ind.)Indiana
CB | 6-1/160
Can really run for a taller kid, and could end up at safety or corner at the next level
15. Randy GregoryHamilton (Ind.) SoutheasternPurdue 
DE | 6-4/210
Recorded 18 sacks as a junior, and is pegged by some as Purdue's next great pass rushing end
16. Tre RobersonLawrence (Ind.) CentralIndiana
WR | 6-0/199
Elusive, athletic quarterback who projects to wide receiver or defensive back
17. Quyuan MattoxFort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop LuersBall State
S | 5-11/180
Does not have the attention he deserves, but a great football player with a high IQ for the game
18. Kyle KennedyIndianapolis (Ind.) CathedralIndiana
OLB | 6-3/216
Productive player from a good program, but must get bigger and stronger
19. Brian SuttonFishers (Ind.)  
CB | 5-10/161
Likes to play on an island and had good results at camps this summer
20. Matt McIntoshEvansville (Ind.) ReitzNorthern Illinois 
QB | 6-2/173
A true field general who can throw on the move and makes good decisions
21. Ted KarrasIndianapolis (Ind.) CathedralIllinois 
OT | 6-4/275
Big, strong interior lineman who is best in a short area
22. Kendal FrederickFort Wayne (Ind.) Snider 
S | 6-0/180
Has decent size, and makes a lot of plays on the ball
23. Tyler RayburnColumbus (Ind.) EastBall State 
OT | 6-4/270
High school tackle who we are projecting to guard
24. Matt NealMerrillville (Ind.)  
DT | 6-4/255
Tough, rugged two-way lineman who should see more attention come his way this season
25. Keenan NoelColumbus (Ind.) NorthBall State 
FB | 6-1/240
Has played quarterback and linebacker, but is projected to be a college fullback
26. Chris ShillingsColumbus (Ind.) NorthBall State 
WR | 6-1/190
Sources close to North say he is the most athletic kid on the team
27. Shane HendersonColumbus (Ind.) East 
WR | 6-1/194
Fantastic hands and route runner who is still searching for his first offer
28. Darius HardinSouth Bend (Ind.) Washington 
WR | 6-2/180
If academics are taken care of, he should play at the D1 level
29. Ben DavissonRensselaer (Ind.) CentralWestern Michigan
OT | 6-10/290
Massive 6'9 offensive lineman who doesn't move too bad for a kid that size
30. Andrew GudemanCenter Grove (Ind.)  
TE | 6-3/220
Good player, even better student who may end up in the Ivy Leagues
31. Alphonso HinesFishers (Ind.)  
WR | 6-2/180
Tall, athletic receiver who could earn first offers with a good senior season
32. Cuda DimmettEvansville (Ind.) Reitz  
S | 6-1/190
Nice sized, physical safety prospect who also is productive at receiver
33. Jamoni GentryWarren Central (Ind.) 
OG | 6-3/356
The biggest wild card on the board; could vault way up the list with a good year
34. Kody WoodsIndianapolis (Ind.) Pike  
OG | 6-3/295
Wide bodied tough guy with good strength
35. Rob DennyLawrence (Ind.) Central  
OT | 6-5/260
Has a great frame, and has several schools looking closely at what he does this year
36. Steve KiermaierFort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers 
OLB | 6-2/205
Had a really good summer, which is amazing considering this head hunter is usually best with pads on
37. Clint ThayerMcCutcheon (Ind.)  
QB | 6-0/225
Great arm strength; can make all the throws, but does not have great height
38. Jeffery HarmonIndianapolis (Ind.) Pike 
WR | 6-0/162
Good athlete who performed well this summer
39. Dyris HaywoodEvansville (Ind.) Central  
WR | 6-0/170
Not a household name, but is electric with the ball in his hands
40. Torrey NibbsBrownsburg (Ind.)  
S | 6-1/180
Can play receiver or defensive back in college; a solid all around athlete
Last updated: 8/20/10