Class of 2011 Ohio Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Allen Trieu
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Braxton MillerHuber Hts Wayne HSOhio State
QB | 6-3/210
Can make all the throws, has great mobility as well as game experience
2. Doran GrantAkron St. Vincent-St. Mary HS 
CB | 5-11/180
Had an up and down summer, but still has the tools to be a top flight cover man in college
3. Trey DePriestSpringfield HSAlabama
MLB | 6-2/230
Built like a classic middle linebacker, and has agility and athleticism to go with it
4. Steve MillerCanton McKinley HSOhio State
DE | 6-4/245
Just knows how to play the game. Disciplined and fundamentally sound
5. Michael BennettCenterville HSOhio State
DT | 6-3/280
Continues to move up; Very explosive and athletic interior lineman
6. Ken HayesToledo Whitmer HSOhio State
DE | 6-5/240
Long, lean edge rusher built like a small forward. Getting stronger is the key
7. Chase FarrisElyria HSOhio State
DT | 6-6/265
Big and mobile for that size. Could play a number of positions, but should end up as a disruptive defensive tackle
8. A.J. JordanTrotwood-Madison HS 
WR | 6-2.5/170
Has size and is natural at adjusting to the ball in the air
9. Ron TannerColumbus Eastmoor Academy HSOhio State
S | 6-1/190
Forte is finding the ball and delivering big hits. Should be an excellent in the box guy for the Buckeyes
10. Eilar HardyPickerington CentralNotre Dame
S | 6-0/170
Has experience at corner and safety; Solid, dependable player and a sure tackler
11. Ryan KellyLakota West HSAlabama
C | 6-5/280
Fine interior lineman could play center or guard at the next level
12. Jarrett GraceCincinnati Colerain HSNotre Dame
OLB | 6-4/230
Is a good fit as a 3-4 OLB for the Fighting Irish; Has the frame and skills to project to the edge
13. Antonio PooleCincinnati Winton Woods HS 
OLB | 6-1/225
Very explosive linebacker who is comfortable in space, but is not the biggest
14. Aundrey WalkerCleveland Glenville HS 
OG | 6-6/355
Great size and mauls people on film, yet may end up as an interior guy
15. DerJuan GambrellToledo Rogers HSOhio State
CB | 6-2/180
Has the length and the rare hips at that size that will allow him to stay at corner
16. Donavon ClarkCincinnati Finneytown HS 
OG | 6-4/300
Athletic lineman can move, bend, and has the look of a future college starter
17. Joel HeathCincinnati Mt. Healthy HSMichigan State
DE | 6-6/255
A freak athletically; Still raw, but has the raw tools to end up as one of the best in this class
18. Ray HamiltonStrongsville HSIowa
TE | 6-5/230
Classic Big Ten type tight end who has sure hands and can make plays after the catch
19. Devin SmithMassillon Washington HSOhio State
WR | 6-3/190
One of the fastest receivers in the Midwest; Makes big plays
20. Nick VannettWesterville-Central HSOhio State
TE | 6-6/235
Nice sized tight end who can run and stretch the middle of the field some
21. Roger WilliamsonDayton Dunbar 
CB | 6-2/180
Very physical, loves contact, and can play both cornerback and safety
22. Patrick CoyneHamilton BadinCincinnati
QB | 6-1/230
Arm strength is elite, still has some refinement to do, but the upside is there
23. Shaquille WashingtonMaple Heights Senior HSCincinnati
WR | 5-9/160
Despite size, just gets open and is very tough to cover; Also has great hands and makes plays after the catch
24. Cardale JonesCleveland Glenville HS 
QB | 6-5/215
Size, arm strength and upside are all there, consistency is the key
25. Antonio UnderwoodCleveland Shaker Heights HSOhio State
OG | 6-3/295
A mauler inside with good punch and finishes his blocks
26. Andre SturdivantCleveland Glenville HS 
DE | 6-3/245
A physical marvel who needs to have his on-field play match his ability
27. Sean DugganCincinnati St. Xavier 
OLB | 6-4/215
Good sized 'backer who runs better than most kids his size
28. Kevin WilliamsHolland Springfield HSNebraska
DT | 6-2/270
Fundamentally sound lineman who plays with good leverage and uses his hands well
29. Trayion DurhamCincinnati Colerain HS 
FB | 6-0/200
May get tagged as a fullback by some, but has the running ability to be a tailback
30. Shaquille PettewaySteubenville HS  
S | 6-1/200
Undersized as an outside linebacker, his 4.4 speed will allow him to play safety in college
31. Greg BrownFremont Ross HSMichigan
CB | 5-10/195
Has gotten bigger and stronger over the summer, the season will show if he can move at that size
32. Chris CarterCleveland JFKOhio State
OG | 6-4/325
Passes the look test, still raw, but should flourish once he gets to a college strength and conditioning program
33. Antwan GilbertTrotwood-Madison HS 
RB | 5-11/185
We feel he is a great back who should rate higher, but was docked some for academic concerns
34. Cole StoudtDublin Coffman HS 
QB | 6-4/190
Nice sized, classic dropback passer with the pedigree and mental acumen to succeed at the next level
35. Jesse HayesCincinnati Moeller HS 
DE | 6-4/230
Has a great frame, and an impressive offers list
36. Ray BallWesterville-South HS 
OT | 6-7/325
Big bodied lineman projects to right tackle or guard
37. Shane WynnCleveland Glenville HS 
WR | 5-8/155
Smaller, but speedy receiver who gets separation
38. Geoff MogusLakewood St. EdwardNorthwestern
OG | 6-5/280
Had a fantastic summer, and our analysts felt he was one of the best linemen they saw at several camps
39. Chris BolesToledo Central Catholic HSIllinois
OG | 6-4/315
Really finishes his blocks and looks to dominate the man across from him
40. Frank ClarkCleveland Glenville HS  
TE | 6-3/205
Exploded this summer; Big, athletic pass catcher with outstanding upside
41. Kyle RoseCenterville HSWest Virginia
DE | 6-4/235
Has the size, and opponents and teammates alike will attest to his intensity
42. Darius PattonPoland Seminary HS 
WR | 5-9/170
Showed he could play corner this summer, and is a sure handed slot receiver who always seems to get open
43. Chris RockColumbus St. Francis DeSales HSMichigan
DE | 6-5/240
Has size and ability, and could move up with a big senior year
44. Robert MinceyFairfield HS 
DE | 6-5/245
Athletic and has good size. Our feeling is that he is somewhat undervalued at this point
45. Steven DanielsCincinnati St. Xavier 
OLB | 6-1/220
Compact, strong and comes from one of the state's best programs
46. Austin TraylorWalnut Ridge HS 
DE | 6-4/211
Has a nice, long frame, and could play tight end or defensive end in college
47. Brad CarricoDublin Coffman HSNotre Dame
OT | 6-6/270
Could play a few spots at the next level, but may be best on the interior of either line
48. Jack MillerToledo St. Johns Jesuit HSMichigan
C | 6-4.5/265
Projects to center for the Wolverines; Tough and plays with great effort and tenacity
49. Marquise VannFairfield HS 
OLB | 6-0.5/230
Another Fairfield product who does not have the hype, but has the ability to play at a high college level
50. Nicholas GrigsbyTrotwood-Madison HS 
OLB | 6-1/210
One of our favorites, and should continue to move up the charts this year
51. Justin MurrayCincinnati Sycamore HSCincinnati
OT | 6-5/240
Good local pickup for the Bearcats as he has athleticism and upside
52. Justin OlackMassillon Washington HSPittsburgh 
WR | 6-4/190
Another one we think will out perform his lack of press. Fantastic hands and playmaking skills
53. Max PirmanOrrville HSIndiana
OLB | 6-5/218
Can't teach the frame, and he has athleticism and football smarts to go with it
54. Brian MihalikAvon Lake HSBoston College
DE | 6-6/230
6'7 kid who could play tight end or defensive end for the Eagles
55. Malik MooreCleveland Glenville HS 
CB | 6-1/182
Good sized cover man moved up with a great summer
56. Darius HillaryCincinnati Sycamore HS 
CB | 5-10/171
Has good speed and the hips you want in a cornerback prospect
57. Chase HounshellLake Catholic HS 
DE | 6-5/250
Tough, solid lineman who should grow into a stronside end, but could also play guard
58. Tre MooreHuber Hts Wayne HS 
CB | 6-0/180
Could continue to move up; Has size and coverage ability and some team is getting a gem with him
59. Deonte GibsonLakewood St. Edward  
DE | 6-3/235
Edge rusher knows how to get to the quarterback
60. Tommy BrownAkron FirestoneOhio State
OT | 6-5/320
Massive offensive tackle with some upside, and could capitalize on that one he gets the technical work he needs in college
61. Tamani CarterPickerington HS Central 
CB | 5-11/175
Quick cover man has good ball skills
62. Jamare MillsDublin Scioto HS 
TE | 6-6/250
Love his size, and he has upside as an offensive tackle
63. Rakim ReedCanton Timken  
TE | 6-4/205
Has impressed this summer. Good pass catcher who can be a matchup problem
64. Darien BryantPickerington HS North 
TE | 6-4/210
An H-Back type who can catch the ball and is a solid blocker
65. Nick VanHooseGraham HSIndiana
RB | 6-0/170
The Hoosiers got a steal here, as we think he's one of the better "hidden gems" in the state
66. Joe ThuneyKettering Alter HS  
OT | 6-5/235
Had good summer results. Great frame and technique, but needs to get stronger
67. Keith HeitzmanHilliard Davidson HS  
TE | 6-3/222
Athletic tight end is comfortable in the passing game
68. Jake LindseyCincinnati Elder 
MLB | 6-2/215
Smart, solid middle man who isn't spectacular but gets the job done
69. Chris DukesCincinnati Colerain HS 
CB | 5-9/160
Has good makeup speed, but lacks great size
70. Brandon MitchellCincinnati Withrow HS 
DT | 6-2/300
Stout interior tackle who is also an outstanding high school wrestler; something you like to see in a DT prospect
71. Benson BrowneWalnut Hills HS 
TE | 6-6/240
Passes the eyeball test, but we see him as a future offensive lineman
72. Jay McCantsCincinnati Princeton HSIndiana 
WR | 6-5/195
Big receiver should be a red zone weapon in college
73. Michael BonnerHuber Hts Wayne HS  
CB | 6-0/175
A kid who we expect will add to his offer list steadily over the next few months
74. Kyle CameronToledo Central Catholic HSToledo 
C | 6-2/285
Solid all around center prospect who chose to stay close to home
75. Matt SkuraWorthington Kilbourne HSDuke
OG | 6-4/260
Comfortable trapping, pulling, and playing in the second level
76. Mike ReplogleCenterville HSIndiana 
MLB | 6-2/210
Follows the family line to Bloomington, and we would not bet against him making an impact there
77. Alex HuettelPickerington HS NorthBowling Green
C | 6-5/255
Can play a few different spots including defense, but we see him as a center
78. Zack ShawCoshocton HSIndiana 
OLB | 6-3/215
Good sized middle linebacker with a nose for the ball, especially in coverage
79. Andrew SmithCincinnati Colerain HS  
OLB | 6-1/185
Still needs to fill out, but is a solid player who is starting to see increased college interest
80. Percy JohnsonKenston HS  
OLB | 6-1/222
Moved in from Michigan and promptly earned three offers this summer
81. Antwan CrutcherCleveland Glenville HS  
DT | 6-2/280
Has solid size and good offers, but we think he's more upside than product right now
82. Cody LatimerJefferson Area HS  
WR | 6-3/205
Big receiver who can create mismatches because of his size and ability to go up
83. Connor CookWalsh Jesuit HSMichigan State
QB | 6-4/190
Good size, spins the ball well, but in-game decision making keeps him from rating higher
84. Andrew KummerCincinnati La Salle HSMiami-Ohio
QB | 6-3/170
After watching him, we think the Redhawks got themselves a future starter under center
85. Landon SmithGirard Jr-Sr HS  
WR | 6-1/180
A guy who could move up. Had 17 touchdowns as a junior.
86. Ben RussellOak Hills HSOhio 
OLB | 6-2/205
Very nice pickup for the Bobcats. A true middle linebacker.
87. Bryan BairdBellbrook HSBall State
DE | 6-4/215
Has ability and makes plays, but needs to fill out his frame
88. Mark MurphySt. Vincent-St. Mary HSIndiana 
S | 6-2/195
Another one we think the Hoosiers stole
89. Tyler WilliamsCincinnati Colerain HS 
WR | 5-7/155
Not the biggest, but super explosive and dangerous in the open field
90. Chad WestPerry HS  
DE | 6-6/230
Good frame and a solid athlete
91. Tony DavisWyoming HS 
DE | 6-4/255
Has solid measureables, but we want to see what kind of a senior year he has
92. Dakota DartisNorth College Hill HS  
RB | 6-2/190
Our "sleeper" of this list, a summer discovery with high potential
93. Max MorrisonKenton HSIndiana 
WR | 6-1/165
A big play receiver who could also project to linebacker
94. Kendall WalkerCincinnati Moeller HS  
OLB | 6-1/210
Has been a two-year impact guy for one of the state's best programs
95. Aaron MacerTwinsburg HS 
S | 6-1/185
Kind of a tweener, but we think he may grow into a WILL
96. Evan ShimenskyRoosevelt HSKent State 
QB | 6-0/175
Undersized, but throws a good ball and is accurate and smart
97. Dana DayMaple Heights Senior HS 
WR | 5-9/165
Glenville transfer is smaller, but knows how to get open and has great hands
98. Cheatem NorrilsToledo St. Johns Jesuit HS  
WR | 5-11/180
Also a fine basketball player, he could be a safety or receiver in college
99. Ronnie WilloughbyAvon Lake HSBuffalo 
WR | 6-4/190
Big receiver who jumped at the offer from the Bulls
100. Evonte DunnCleveland Glenville HS 
CB | 5-7/165
Another smaller Cleveland area receiver who lit it up at combines this year
Last updated: 8/20/10