Class of 2011 Louisiana Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Chad Simmons
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Pos | Ht/Wt
1. La'el CollinsBaton Rouge-RedemptoristLSU
OT | 6-5/305
Collins is a true left tackle with excellent feet and athleticism
2. Anthony JohnsonNew Orleans-O.P. WalkerLSU
DT | 6-2/296
Johnson has been overpowering the competition since his freshman season
3. Jermauria RascoShreveport-Evangel 
DE | 6-3/250
Rasco is a quarterback's worst dream coming off the edge
4. Jarvis LandryLutcherLSU
WR | 5-11/185
He may not be a blazer but Landry's hands, route running and physical style of play is as good as you'll find in '11
5. Greg RobinsonThibodaux 
OG | 6-5/285
Although he has only played on the o-line for one year, Robinson is one of the country's best
6. Kenny HilliardPattersonLSU
RB | 6-0/238
Hilliard is a bruising downhill runner between the tackles
7. Jeremy HillBaton Rouge-RedemptoristLSU
RB | 6-1/215
Hill may not be the bruiser that Hilliard is but he brings more versatility to the table
8. Odell Beckham Jr.New Orleans-Isidore Newman 
WR | 5-11/175
No one in Louisiana has seen their stock rise more over the summer than Beckham
9. Mickey JohnsonCovington-St. Paul's 
DT | 6-1/310
Johnson is a workout warrior that plays bigger than his size would indicate
10. Bradley SylvePort Sulphur-South PlaqueminesAlabama 
WR | 5-10.5/175
If he can fully recover from the foot injury that sidelined him in 2009 Sylve's speed will make him a difference maker
11. D'haquille WilliamsReserve-East Saint John 
WR | 6-3/190
Williams will have to go the JC route because of grades but he is as talented as any other wide outs in the South
12. Trai TurnerNew Orleans-St. AugustineLSU
OG | 6-4/330
He plays tackle now but Turner has a bright future moving inside at the next level
13. Floyd RavenReserve-East St. John 
CB | 6-2/180
Raven's frame combined with his physical nature and cover skills make him one of the South's top corners
14. Terrance MageeFranklintonLSU
RB | 5-10/200
Magee has done his damage at quarterback but projects as a running back in college
15. Zack OliverBaton Rouge-CatholicNorthwestern
QB | 6-3/214
Oliver is an efficient signal caller that can make all of the throws and he doesn't make many mistakes
16. Quentin ThomasBreaux BridgeLSU
DT | 6-3/265
Thomas is strong at the point of attack and a possible move to the outside could be in his future
17. Alonzo LewisSt. JamesLSU
WR | 6-2.5/200
Lewis is a physical specimen that could project at several positions in college
18. DeMarcus HodgeMonroe-NevilleArkansas 
DT | 6-1/295
What he lacks in height Hodge makes up for with good feet and exceptional strength
19. Jonah AustinNew Orleans-St. Augustine  
OT | 6-5/315
Austin is versatile enough to play inside or on the perimeter
20. Corey WhiteBaton Rouge-CapitolLSU
OG | 6-4/307
Playing tackle in high school will only help White when he moves to guard in college
21. Ethan HutsonDestrehanOle Miss 
OG | 6-4.5/290
Schools took notice of Hutson after some impressive performances on the camp and combine circuit
22. Ronald MartinWhite CastleLSU 
S | 6-2/180
Martin has picked off 22 passes the last two years
23. DeVante ScottFerridayMississippi State
RB | 5-11/181
MSU got a good one and plucked Scott up before other schools realized who he was
24. T.K. FlemingBenton  
S | 6-2/205
Fleming is also one of the country's top high school jumpers in track
25. Paul TurnerWest Monroe 
S | 5-11/185
Turner is an exceptional athlete that could end up at receiver or corner at the next level
26. Gerrand JohnsonRayvilleULM 
DT | 6-2/270
ULM got a steal in Johnson who is an explosive playmaker down in the trenches
27. Deshazor EverettDeRidder  
CB | 6-0/170
Some say corner and others say safety for Everett
28. Ryan ByrdGreensburg-St. Helena Central 
WR | 6-2/175
Byrd is expected to make a full recovery from a broken leg which will make his stock rise in the fall
29. Levander LigginsLeesville 
WR | 5-11/180
Liggins can be a weapon at running back, receiver or in the secondary
30. Dak PrescottHaughtonMississippi State
QB | 6-3/225
Prescott has a good arm and he makes enough plays with his feet to keep defenders honest
31. Bakari HollierLafeyette-Acadiana  
CB | 5-10/185
Hollier makes plays on both sides of the ball that overshadow his height
32. Jermaine JohnsonHouma-EllenderMemphis 
WR | 6-3/170
Johnson has a nice frame that he uses to his advantage over smaller cornerbacks
33. Josh RobinsonFranklintonMississippi State
RB | 5-9/205
Speed is the name of the game with Robinson
34. Daren KitchenHouma-Vandebilt Catholic  
CB | 6-1/170
Kitchen plays with sound technique and can hold his own when put on an island
35. Chuck HunterWest Monroe  
DT | 6-1/290
Hunter doesn't have the height that some coaches want but he makes up for it with quickness and good technique
36. Quenton GriffinRayville  
DE | 6-4/240
The big question with Griffin is defensive end or tight end?
37. Malcolm PichonSlidell-Salmen  
DT | 6-3/330
Pichon moves well and is a load in the middle
38. Lance CallihanBaton Rouge-Catholic  
DT | 6-3/295
Zack Oliver leads Catholic's offense and Calihan anchors the Bears "D"
39. Corey TrimBaton Rouge-Redemptorist  
S | 6-0/170
Trim could play corner or safety in college
40. Beau FittePort Sulphur-South PlaqueminesLouisiana Tech 
OLB | 6-0/210
Fitte has elected to join his brother (Lyle) at La Tech and that was a big pickup for the Bulldogs
41. Renaldo ThomasNew Orleans-St. Augustine  
S | 6-4/205
Thomas looks great on the hoof but must learn the position
42. Jevante WatsonBastrop  
CB | 5-11/170
Watson is another solid corner in what has turned out to be a deep class in the Bayou State
43. Marc EdwardsNew Orleans-St. Augustine  
WR | 6-0/180
Look for Edwards to post huge numbers as a senior
44. Montrel CarterCecilia 
RB | 5-9/175
Carter's speed makes him a threat to take it the distance anytime he touches the rock
45. Daniel SamsSlidell-SalmenKansas State
QB | 6-2/185
Sams is athletic enough to play several positions but will get first crack at QB
46. Stevie DouglasClinton-Home SchoolMemphis
QB | 6-4/180
The home-school competition that he plays against has created a lot of questions but no one should question Douglas' arm strength
47. Theltus CobbinsNew Orleans-McDonough 35Kentucky 
QB | 6-0/175
Cobbins threw for over 1,600 yards as a junior
48. Ellis CareyHarvey-Helen Cox  
S | 5-11/180
Carey has good cover skills and he loves to hit
49. Rod DavisMany 
WR | 6-3/185
Davis has excellent size and is a playmaker in Many's offense
50. Dante ButlerNew Orleans-Brother Martin 
RB | 5-9/184
Butler is a big weapon on offense and special teams
Last updated: 8/17/2010