Class of 2011 Minnesota Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Allen Trieu
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. James FarrowMinnetonkaVirginia Tech
CB | 6-0/170
There has been some debate over who is the best in the state, but Farrow has good size and athleticism, and he does not back down from any challenge.
2. Tom OlsonMahtomediMinnesota 
OG | 6-3/265
Tough, fundamentally sound lineman who is quick off the ball and really gets into his man
3. Anthony HayesMendota Heights St. Thomas AcademyStanford
DT | 6-3/293
Big man with some quickness and ability to penetrate. Plays with good levereage, and has the potential to grow into a true nose tackle.
4. Peter WesterhausHoly Family Catholic 
TE | 6-3/210
Still needs to get bigger, but can run well for a 205-lb kid and shows athleticism on the offensive side of the ball
5. Brian AtheyEden PrairieWest Virginia 
QB | 6-4/215
A baseball player with a good arm and good size
6. Austin HarringtonMinnetonka 
WR | 6-0/185
May not be the fastest guy, but knows how to create separation and has excellent hands
7. Devin Crawford-TuftsEdina 
WR | 6-2/180
Long strider with good height, leaping ability and deep speed. A work in progress, but has raw tools
8. Wyatt PeifferChaska 
DE | 6-4/230
Comes from a football family, and it shows on tape as he is tough and plays with good technique
9. Alex MeierAnoka 
OLB | 6-2/200
Really brings it as a hitter, and tends to always be around the ball, but is somewhat of a tweener
10. Jameer JacksonNROsseo  
WR | 6-3/218
Big bodied receiver who can go up and get the ball. Physical. May end up as a tight end.
Last updated: 8/20/10