Class of 2011 Virginia Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Bob Lichtenfels
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Curtis GrantRichmond (Va.) Hermitage 
OLB | 6-3/225
Outstanding read and react skills, plays well in traffic.
2. Travis HughesVirginia Beach (Va.) Kempsville 
MLB | 6-1/220
Outstanding two-way athlete who closes quickly.
3. Lafonte ThourogoodVirginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes 
WR | 6-3/225
Is he a QB or a WR we may not know for another year or two.
4. Landon TurnerHarrisonburg (Va.)North Carolina
OG | 6-5/305
Has a chance to be one of the top interior linemen in the ACC.
5. Quinta FunderburkChesepeake (Va.) Oscar F. Smith 
WR | 6-3/200
Can he have the same success without Phillip Sims?
6. Dominique TerrellManassas (Va.) Osbourn Park 
CB | 5-11/180
Cat like quickness and always a dnager with ball in his hands.
7. Demetrious NicholsonVirginia Beach (Va.) Bayside 
CB | 5-10/167
May be the best lockdown cover corner on the East Coast.
8. Corey MarshallDinwiddie (Va.)Virginia Tech
DE | 6-1/250
Size doesn't matter, just watch the kid compete.
9. Ronny VandykeLorton (Va.) South CountyVirginia Tech
S | 6-3/190
May be the best two way player in the state.
10. Jay WhitmireAlexandria (Va.) T.C. Williams 
OT | 6-6/290
Technique wise he is as good as it gets in the East.
11. Clifton RichardsonNewport News (Va.) MenchvilleVirginia
WR | 6-1/195
Tremendous athlete who just needs to find his niche.
12. Tim ScottStafford (Va.) Colonial ForgeNorth Carolina
CB | 6-0/180
Great cover skills and the ability to light a ball carrier up.
13. Rob BurnsAshburn (Va.) Stone BridgeVirginia
DE | 6-7/230
TE or DE it doesn't matter, Burns should stand out in college.
14. David DeanVirginia Beach (Va.) Green RunVirginia
DT | 6-2/285
Solid technique, needs to be more consistent every down.
15. Caleb TaylorHampton (Va.) Phoebus 
MLB | 6-0/225
Run stuffer who finishes the play every down.
16. Anthony HarrisChesterfield (Va.) Lloyd C. BirdVirginia 
WR | 6-2/185
Under the radar, but Mike London was on him early.
17. Michael HolmesHarrisonburg (Va.) 
RB | 6-0/190
Still slightly under the radar, but should change.
18. Daquan RomeroHampton (Va.) PhoebusNorth Carolina
DE | 6-0/207
Lacks top end speed, but has great instincts.
19. Isaiah BattleSt. George (Va.) Blue RidgeClemson
OT | 6-7/260
Better DE at this point, but should settle in at OT.
20. David WatfordHampton (Va.)Virginia
QB | 6-2/180
21. Thompson BrownRichmond (Va.) St. ChristophersVirginia 
DE | 6-4/221
22. Eric FrohnapfelStafford (Va.) Colonial ForgeWest Virginia 
TE | 6-6/227
23. Ross BurbankVirginia Beach (Va.) CoxVirginia
OG | 6-4/280
24. Diamonte BaileyRichmond (Va.) HermitageVirginia
DE | 6-4/210
25. Michael ColeRoanoke (Va.) Cave SpringVirginia Tech
S | 6-2.5/200
26. Dewayne AlfordSuffolk (Va.) Nansemond RiverVirginia Tech
DE | 6-3/220
27. Jake GoinsMidlothian (Va.) ManchesterLiberty 
OG | 6-5/270
28. Grant JonesLynchburg (Va.) Lynchburg ChristianVirginia
OT | 6-4.5/290
29. Kameron MackPortsmouth (Va.) NorcomVirginia 
OLB | 6-5/200
30. Kevin GreenPetersburg (Va.)Virginia 
QB | 6-3/195
31. Timmy KeithManassas (Va.) OsbournVirginia
WR | 6-0/180
32. Chris HallDinwiddie (Va.)Virginia Tech
QB | 6-4/220
33. Michael NebrichBurke (Pa.) Lake BraddockVirginia Tech
QB | 6-1/190
34. Demetri KnowlesLynchburg (Va.) Lynchburg ChristianConnecticut 
WR | 6-1/175
35. Darius LeeAlexandria (Va.) St. Stephens & St. AgnesMarshall
S | 6-1/205
36. Blake FrohnapfelStafford (Va.) Colonial ForgeDuke 
QB | 6-5/210
37. Sam MarshallFredericksburg (Va.) ChancellorMarshall 
DT | 6-8/265
38. Cortez CarterBealeton (Va.) LibertySyracuse
FB | 6-0/215
39. Jaston GeorgeChesapeake (Va.) Oscar SmithEast Carolina
CB | 5-11/170
40. Domonique LennonSuffolk (Va.) Nansemond Suffolk Acad. 
S | 6-2/190
Last updated: 8/20/10