Class of 2011 New Jersey Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Bob Lichtenfels
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Savon HugginsJersey City (N.J.) St. Peters Prep 
RB | 6-0/200
Huggins can do it all and he gets better every year, which is scary.
2. Angelo MangiroSuccasunna (N.J.) RoxburyPenn State
OG | 6-3/295
Gritty, tough kid who is still learning the offensive side of the ball.
3. Bill BeltonAtco (N.J.) Winslow TownshipPittsburgh
WR | 5-10/190
Is there anything he can't do? Shines in big events again top comp.
4. Damiere ByrdSicklerville (N.Y.) 
WR | 5-10/160
May be the fastest recruit in the nation, turning into top WR.
5. Marquise WrightParamus (N.J.) CatholicPittsburgh
DT | 6-3/265
As impressive of a DT as we have seen on film.
6. Anthony SaraoAbsegami (N.J.) Holy SpiritStanford
MLB | 6-1/220
Solid MIKE who rarely makes mistakes or gets himself into a bad position.
7. Tanner McEvoyOradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic 
WR | 6-5/210
Reminds me a lot of Jeff Samardzija. Could climb higher this season.
8. Miles ShulerLong Branch (N.J.) 
WR | 5-10/175
Track kid who is becoming a fantastic football player and he is versatile.
9. Jack TabbRed Bank (N.J.) Red Bank Catholic 
TE | 6-4/235
One of the most well rounded TE prospects in the East Region.
10. Sheldon RoysterJersey City (N.J.) St. Peters Prep 
S | 5-11/190
Still trying to figure out what position his future is at.
11. Quinton AlstonErial (N.J.) Timber CreekPittsburgh
OLB | 6-1/230
Can cover and stop the run. He could play MLB or OLB in college.
12. Charles DavisNeptune (N.J.)Rutgers
RB | 6-0/185
Never under estimate any RB that Greg Schiano recruits.
13. Gary NovaRamsey (N.J.) Don Bosco PrepPittsburgh
QB | 6-2/210
One of the top dual-threat QB's in the country.
14. Shilique CalhounMiddletown (N.J.) 
TE | 6-4/230
One of the most athletic TE's in the East Region. Can do it all.
15. Max IssakaWoodbridgePittsburgh
DE | 6-3/220
Hybrid LB/DE type guy in the mold of Jason Worilds.
16. Connor WujciakWest Orange (N.J.) Seton Hall Prep 
DE | 6-3/250
Not flashy, but he will end up being a solid two-three year starter.
17. Andrew CampolattanoBound BrookRutgers
MLB | 6-1/220
State wrestling champion…Enough said
18. Shane MertzHazlet (N.J.) RaritanNorthwestern
OT | 6-7.5/280
He will look like an NFL OT within two years.
19. Shu MungwaOradell (N.J.) Bergen CatholicStanford
S | 6-1/190
Cerebral ball hawking DB who reads and reacts as well as anyone.
20. Josue MatiasUnion City (N.J.) Union Hill  
OT | 6-5.5/290
Tough, hard nosed kid who excels at the point of attack.
21. Keith LumpkinJersey City (N.J.) St. Peters Prep  
OT | 6-8/290
22. Ryan MalleckPoint Pleasant (N.J.)Maryland
TE | 6-5/235
23. Ben MartinAbsecon (N.J.)AbsegamiRutgers
RB | 5-10/187
24. Nick SanGiacomoBarnegat (N.J.)Tulane
QB | 6-4/195
25. Taques FranklinHaledon (N.J.) Manchester Regional  
DE | 6-5/220
26. Kyle GeorgeWillingboro (N.J.)Rutgers 
DE | 6-3/220
27. Cameron DickersonOradell (N.J.) Bergen CatholicNorthwestern
WR | 6-2/200
28. Daryl StephensonParlin (N.J.) SayrevilleRutgers
DT | 6-2/265
29. DeVante WaughAtco (N.J.) Winslow Township 
CB | 6-0/170
30. Kevin MillerDelran (N.J.) Holy CrossUCF 
DE | 6-4.5/241
31. Cole FarrandSparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIIIMaryland
MLB | 6-2.5/225
32. Khadeem WilsonJersey City (N.J.) St. AnthonyTemple 
DE | 6-4/235
33. Mike BimonteHazlet (N.J.) RaritanRutgers
QB | 6-3/215
34. Dillon LucasMedford (N.J.) Shwnee  
MLB | 6-1/220
35. Dan FoeselWayne (N.J.) De Paul Catholic 
TE | 6-4/230
36. Jakwail BaileyHaddonfield (N.J.) Paul VI 
CB | 5-11/170
37. Wymere RobinsonMontvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional 
RB | 5-10/205
38. Karell BostickOradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic  
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39. Jamie Williams Jr.Hamilton (N.J.) West 
CB | 5-9/180
40. Dominick ZookNRBlairstown (N.J.) Blair Academy  
OG | 6-4/290
Last updated: 8/20/10