Class of 2011 Mississippi Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Chad Simmons
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Nick BrassellBatesville (MS) South Panola HS 
WR | 6-1/176
Great quickness and top end speed, average hands. CB or WR
2. Dee ArringtonWiggins (MS) Stone HSMississippi State
S | 6-2/200
Most college ready player in the state could play safety or OLB
3. Tobias SingletonMadison (MS) Madison Central HS 
WR | 6-0/185
Explosive, not as big as listed, but great ball skills and speed
4. C.J. JohnsonPhiladelphia (MS) Philadelphia HSMississippi State
MLB | 6-2/235
Great pursuit and a knack for delivering the big blow
5. Jermaine WhiteheadGreenwood (MS) Amanda-Elzy HSMississippi State
CB | 6-0/183
Bigger corner with sub 4.5 speed great recovery speed
6. Joe MorrowOcean Springs (MS) Ocean Springs HSMississippi State
WR | 6-4/195
Great length and route running. True down the field guy
7. Donte MoncriefRaleigh (MS) Raleigh HSOle Miss
WR | 6-3/212
Big and physical wide out. Very smooth route runner Good hands
8. Senquez GolsonPascagoula (MS) Pascagoula HSOle Miss
CB | 5-10/180
Not as big as listed, but elite speed. Good ball skills
9. Malcolm FacianePicayune (MS) Picayune HSAlabama
TE | 6-6/263
Probably going to grow into a tackle. Great athlete questionable hands
10. James MaidenWoodville (MS) Wilkinson County HSMississippi State
OT | 6-4/265
Great arm length and frame Thinks he's a DT, but he's OL
11. Aaron MorrisJackson (MS) Callaway HS 
OG | 6-5/316
Great size and competitiveness. Great core strength
12. P.J. JonesTupelo (MS) Tupelo HS 
DT | 6-3.5/265
Great initial strike off the ball. Good at shedding needs to add bulk
13. Nick RedmondGulfport (MS) Harrison Central HSMississippi State
OT | 6-5/292
Great size and core strength needs a year in the weight room good feet
14. Chief BrownWinona (MS) Winona HSOle Miss
RB | 6-1/191
Tweener without a true position, but a great player
15. Zachary JacksonHeidelberg (MS) Heidelberg HSMississippi State
S | 6-1/203
Big hitter, great instincts will play safety or OLB
16. Marcus MayersTaylorsville (MS) Taylorsville HSOle Miss
OLB | 6-2/227
Very good tackler has a nose for the ball and gets off blocks well
17. Rufus WarrenIndianola (MS) Gentry HSMississippi State
TE | 6-5/238
Great size and frame. Could play TE or DE in college
18. Maikhail MillerFulton (MS) IAHSOle Miss
QB | 6-2.5/240
Great arm strength, but still very raw. Added weight mechanics are average
19. Cody PrewittBay Springs (MS) Sylva Bay AcademyOle Miss
S | 6-3/205
A big fish in a small pond, Prewitt is a good athlete that dominates a small school league.
20. Daniel KnoxCollinsville (MS) West Lauderdale HSMississippi State
TE | 6-5/251
Converting from TE to OT great foundation and stays on blocks
21. Gabriel GrayHalzehurst (MS) Hazlehurst HS 
WR | 6-1/180
Elite speed, but raw in development. Needs a lot of coaching
22. Domonique HarrisSouthaven (MS) Southaven HS 
QB | 6-4/225
Great size, mechanics are average arm strength is good
23. Devin FosselmanWoodville (MS) Wilkinson County HSMississippi State
WR | 5-9/192
Great leaper and route runner. Low 4.5s guy
24. Michael BrinsonFlowood (MS) University ChristianSouthern Miss
DE | 6-4/250
Physical throw back player who has a real blue collar appearl
25. Woodrow HamiltonRaleigh (MS) Raleigh HSOle Miss
DT | 6-3/272
Good first step. Good at finding a path into the back field.
26. Josh PinkstonForest (MS) Forest HS 
WR | 6-2/190
Average to below average speed, decent route runner, good hands
27. Tyriq PatrickPhiladelphia (MS) Philadelphia HS 
WR | 6-4/175
Great leader, good speed not great. Average frame good length
28. Justin BellJackson (MS) Callaway HS 
OG | 6-3/325
Benefits from playing with Morris, Poor body, very competitive, good leader
29. Justin CoxWest Point (MS) West Point HSMississippi State
CB | 6-1/174
Elite speed, but he is in athlete playing out of position in high school
30. Jahmel McIntoshCleveland (MS) Cleveland HS 
WR | 6-0/200
Great hands, good over the top in coverage average speed
Last updated: 8/17/2010