Class of 2011 Nevada Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Jalen GrimbleLas Vegas (Nev.) Bishop GormanUSC
DT | 6-3.5/255
The top prospect from Nevada has his best football ahead of him
2. Evan ZegerLas Vegas (Nev.) Bishop GormanWashington
S | 6-2/204
A vicious hitter, could grow into an outside backer in college
3. Marquan MajorLas Vegas (Nev.) 
WR | 6-2/175
Bouncing back from an injury that robbed him of junior year
4. Sam TaiHenderson (Nev.) Liberty 
DE | 6-3/230
The best jumbo athlete in the state of Nevada
5. Brandon WrightLas Vegas (Nev.) Palo Verde 
RB | 5-11/195
The top back from Nevada is ridiculously quick
6. A.C. PattersonLas Vegas (Nev.) Bishop GormanUTEP
C | 6-2/280
Top offensive lineman and has a high football I.Q.
7. DeSean MartinLas Vegas (Nev.) Bonanza 
RB | 5-10/190
Versatile back is good receiver out of backfield
8. James PriceNRLas Vegas (Nev.) Legacy  
DT | 6-1/270
Non-stop motor makes him difficult to block
9. Jordan WelteLas Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman 
FB | 6-1/240
Under appreciated as a fullback but key to state title run
10. Don PearsonLas Vegas (Nev.) Faith Lutheran 
WR | 6-2/205
Big, possession receiver has played numerous positions
11. Ladale JacksonLas Vegas (Nev.) Silverado  
CB | 5-11/160
The top defensive back in the state
12. Tala AtimalalaLas Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pines 
DT | 6-0/265
Two-way lineman can play on either side of the ball
13. Jamaal MartinLas Vegas (Nev.) Canyon Springs 
QB | 6-3/185
Dual-threat quarterback can sling it
14. Galyn GrahamLas Vegas (Nev.) Canyon Springs 
OG | 6-3/257
Another one of the better offensive lineman in the state
15. Troy MillerLas Vegas (Nev.) Del Sol  
QB | 6-3/190
Pro-style quarterback may be best pure passer in the state
Last updated: 8/18/10