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June 28, 2010

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SOUP

From The Vault:

Whenever you're inclined to doubt, just ask yourself: "Who knows more about what makes 'Canes football tick -- me, or Randy Shannon?" That should make you feel better.

Posted by: dj moonbat | June 14, 2007 at 15:44

SOUP

FromThe Vault:

I'm feelin' Stein on R. Phillips breakin' out. I pick Lance Leggett to break out last year but he let me down.

I may have already said it but R. Phillips is gonna tear shyt up this year. His instincts looked so natural after moving back to safety last season.

I'll go out on a limb & say he keeps the 1st round streak alive! 86', you know what to do...

Posted by: CoCane | July 13, 2008 at 01:35 PM

One

Funny story about Emmitt brought Irvin to Pensacola and as they were driving down the interstate Emitt slowed down and Irvin what is it? There was a bilboard the welcome to P-Cola home of Emmit Smith, to years later same trip and Emitt gas one his ride and Irvin said what's wrong as they sped by a new sign that said welcom to P-cola home of Roy Jones Jr.

One

Sorry about spelling drinking and in this damn phone

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Funny story about Emmitt brought Irvin to Pensacola and as they were driving down the interstate Emitt slowed down and Irvin what is it? There was a bilboard the welcome to P-Cola home of Emmit Smith, to years later same trip and Emitt gas one his ride and Irvin said what's wrong as they sped by a new sign that said welcom to P-cola home of Roy Jones Jr.

Posted by: One | June 29, 2010 at 10:56 PM

>>>>

Hhahaha, who would've thought little P-Cola would be the hometown of two of the greatest to ever play their sports??

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

rom The Vault:

Whenever you're inclined to doubt, just ask yourself: "Who knows more about what makes 'Canes football tick -- me, or Randy Shannon?" That should make you feel better.

Posted by: dj moonbat | June 14, 2007 at 15:44
Posted by: SOUP | June 29, 2010 at 10:48 PM

>>>>

Vault of all Vaults right there.

CanesFanStuckInCali

Thanks for the list and the candidate clarifications Solar!

I'm sort of stumped on who's in the top 2!

There's no Deion Sanders on there, which leads me to believe he's probably in the top 2. If I'm not mistaken, he was born and raised (through high school) in Ft Myers and went to FSWho.

No Roy Jones either though I'm not 100 percent sure he qualifies.

No Culpepper either but that's probably because he's outside the Top 50.

Looking forward to the rest of the countdown!!!

GO CANES!!!

SOUP

From The Vault:

Arthur will be an animal next year and will lead the team in tackles.

I have faith in my boy! Mark that shyte!

Posted by: Canez1 | January 08, 2010 at 02:59 PM

OH MY!!!

SOUP

To the rest of college football....STRAP UP!

Posted by: Cavaleer | April 30, 2007 at 23:21

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

No Roy Jones either though I'm not 100 percent sure he qualifies.

>>>>>

I forgot all about Roy. I don't know if Solar forgot about him as well but maybe he wasn't born in FL. I'm pretty sure P-Cola was his home for the majority of his youth though.

Nashvillecane

Thanks for the list and the candidate clarifications Solar!

I'm sort of stumped on who's in the top 2!

There's no Deion Sanders on there, which leads me to believe he's probably in the top 2. If I'm not mistaken, he was born and raised (through high school) in Ft Myers and went to FSWho.

No Roy Jones either though I'm not 100 percent sure he qualifies.

No Culpepper either but that's probably because he's outside the Top 50.

Looking forward to the rest of the countdown!!!

GO CANES!!!

Posted by: CanesFanStuckInCali | June 29, 2010 at 11:10 PM

I was thinkin the same thing bout prime & rj...but it's hard to believe they'd be ranked higher than Emmitt...RJ I culd see in the top 2 bc for bout 7-10 yrs he was considered the best in the business reguardless of wt class...and altho prime shudda been a cane and one of my favorite players reguardless of position I can't see him top 2...IMO

SOUP

PT & IM

360Cane

And USC (not the one out west) beats UCLA in the bottom of the 11th to win their first major NC in school history. The only other one they have is Women's Track and Field.

That's all we need is more fuel for the SEC fire.

conch salad

Dara Torres

CanesFanStuckInCali

I can't see prime higher than Emmit either but I also can't see him outside the top 50. Same with Roy Jones.

But like I said, I'm stumped! I've looked at the list over and over and can't think of anyone worthy to be Top 2 who hasn't already been listed. You would think that by this point the top 2 would be obvious.

This countdown was a great idea and it's certainly keeping me in suspense! That's more than I can say about most countdowns of this sort, so great job guys!

CanesFanStuckInCali

Recruiting question: u guys think we'll land Wayne Lyons, the safety out of Dillard?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBHmJ7a1xXw

He's from our backyard and he looks pretty good on film.

GO CANES!!!

CanesFanStuckInCali

The only other name I can think of worthy of this list is tennis legend Chris Evert, though she went pro directly out of high school, which I'm not sure disqualifies her. I'm also not sure if she's worty of being ahead of Emmit.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Evert

GO CANES!!!

solarcane

canesfanstuck
thanks for all the props on the article

We are almost there.

like I have said before any of the top five would be worthy of being number one.

Six and I debated and compared the top ten a zillion times and we both decided when you compare all the bios the number one is our concrete choice.

I'll add a couple paragraphs to the number ones article and ask soup to include it

thanks again

SOUP

Marc Guillon

SOUP

Recruiting question: u guys think we'll land Wayne Lyons, the safety out of Dillard?

Posted by: CanesFanStuckInCali | June 30, 2010 at 02:26 AM

DONE

Da U N Houston

Heard 5 guys didn't make it in? D. taylor, and who else? (D. Perry?)

Sebastian

Yep......Thats right

Rays drop another game to the Sox last night 8-5

This is it for June. Time for the Rays to get hot in July

Ungar

Marlins win in Puerto Rico against the Mets in the 10th inning.

Dan Uggla with the game winning hit.

Posted by: SOUP | June 29, 2010 at 10:41 PM

Man, I watched that game and completely missed the tenth inning!

http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=300629128

8-)

Ungar


PT & IM

Posted by: SOUP | June 29, 2010 at 11:55 PM

For shame, you are giving hints again! You are gonna make it anti-climactic, and yes that IS what she said....

Sebastian

Then I come to find out the Rays let Hank Blalock go because they had to make room on the roster for Gabe Kapler

Maddon couldnt seem to get Hank in the lineup to show what he could do but yet they bring up Gabe he has shown what little he can do

Maybe it was that stellar 1-13 he had while at triple A that opened eyes to get him back on this roster ASAP

Ungar

This kid's whole family puts fitness first. Really glad we're gonna have another manbeast in the weight room to push the rest of the team once AB leaves.

GO CANES!!!

Posted by: CanesFanStuckInCali | June 29, 2010 at 01:38 AM

I thought Arthur Brown already left?

Ungar

From the previous blog:

UPDATES ON OUR INCOMING STUDS AS PER MANNY'S TWITTER:

#Canes news: RB Darion Hall (2010) says he's set to begin classes at UM Wednesday, expects to room with LB Jimmy Gaines
25 minutes ago via web
Reply Retweet

#Canes news: LB Kevin Nelson (2010) says he's grown an inch and added 8 lbs since spring (6-1, 218). Starts classes Wed.
35 minutes ago via web

#Canes news: DE David Perry (2010) in Jamaica, will begin classes at UM on Aug. 4 says relative
38 minutes ago via web

#Canes news: TE Clive Walford (2010) says he will begin classes Tuesday, expecting to room with RB Jeremy Davis (2010)
39 minutes ago via web

#Canes news: Miami Beach High coach says DL Delmar Taylor (2010) is headed to JUCO.
about 1 hour ago via web

#Canes news: LB Kelvin Cain (2010) said he expects to begin classes Aug. 4. His entrance being delayed by SAT score.
about 1 hour ago via web

#Canes news: OL Tavadis Glenn (2010) will not be starting classes at UM Wednesday due to academic issues coach says

Posted by: CanesFanStuckInCali | June 28, 2010 at 05:58 PM

Taylor and Glenn out, Cain in limbo waiting for SAT scores. Not sure about five, but that is a solid 2 1/2 out for now...

Ungar

LPGA #1 golfer is a Fabulous Floridian, but she didn't make the top 50 because solar doesn't think golf is a sport.

(there, that should stir it up a bit!)

DZ8

Randy Shannon is OBVIOUSLY #1 so that leaves a battle for the second spot between Roy Jones Jr. and Prime Time.

My vote goes to Roy Jones Jr. He was the dominant fighter for most of my teenage/early years. From when he got robbed at Seoul to when he knocked some dude out with a body punch, CRACK, like a Batman comic strip. One of my all time favorites.

Sebastian

Golf very well might be a sport, but the caddy actually does work harder then the golfer

So that does take some cred. away from the pro golfers whether male/female

Thats just my opinion of course

Ungar

I figured out why the last one is so controvertial!

He isn't an athlete, but a politician. Ladies and Gentlemen, your #1 Fabulous Floridian, Walkin Lawton Chiles. He played the "sport" of politics until his death. How many of the "athletes" on this list were still active in their "sport" until they were 68, and how many of them broke the 1000 mile walking barrier?

"The 1,003-mile walk
In 1970, Chiles decided to run for a seat in the United States Senate. At the time, despite his 12 years in the state legislature, he was largely unknown outside his Lakeland-based district. To generate some media coverage across the state, Chiles embarked upon a 1,003-mile, 91-day walk across Florida from Pensacola to Key West. The walk earned him the recognition he sought, as well as the nickname that would follow him throughout his political career– "Walkin' Lawton". In his journal Chiles wrote that sometimes he walked alone, while other times he met ordinary Floridians along the way. In later years, Chiles would recall the walk allowed him to see Florida's natural beauty, as well as the state's problems, with fresh eyes. After the walk, Chiles was elected easily."

(Yeah, I know it ain't him, but I figured it might be worth a "dark horse" mention.)

Ungar

Wait, Coker is not in the final 2? I am shocked...

Oh, nevermind, he was born in Oklahoma. Otherwise, LOOK OUT!

Ungar

Sebastian, it could be worse, your rookie first baseman with a .305 BA could be your top hitter.

Marlins are screwed. 3 games under .500, manager fired, owner whining without spending, and fans waiting for the "other shoe to drop" on Hanley, Johnson, and Uggla.

autumn

Posted by: Ungar | June 30, 2010 at 10:09 AM

thanks for the lawton chiles flashback . . . very funny, but also, sweet.
i remember that time well.

autumn

Great post as usual from Ungar. He's got my vote for CSROH 2010.

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | June 29, 2010 at 10:01 PM

yep. no competition.

solarcane

soup careful
I know you can't help yourself at times lol!!


catch you tonight

CanesFanStuckInCali

Wait, Coker is not in the final 2? I am shocked...
Posted by: Ungar | June 30, 2010 at 10:12 AM

Speaking of Coach Fudd:

http://espn.go.com/blog/acc/post/_/id/12195/virginia-and-utsa-agree-to-series

PhillyCane

Does anyone think it would have been a good idea to not offer and accept some of the players we did in last years recruiting class so we would have more schollies for this years class?

Six

solar - no problem brah, thanks for including me in on your project that you came up with ... was a great idea, and yea, the best part about it was the knowledge now gained by everyone on a lot of these athletes that some had never even heard of or knew they came from the state of Florida


Six

CanesFanStuckInCali and others ....

I have Roy Jones Jr. in my top 50 at #14 - solar and I have a huge majority of the same people, but there are a few that he has on his list that I don't have on mine, and vice versa

For instance, I have David Eckstein #49 (MLB player, World Series MVP), Rickey Jackson #24 (Saints LB), Brian Dawkins #23 (Eagles Safety) and Brooke Bennett #19 (Olympic Gold Swimmer) - and solar has Willie Galimore #49 and Rick Casares #47

I felt on my list, I couldn't leave out Rickey Jackson, from Pahokee, and what he did in his career with the Saints ... also couldn't leave out Brian "Wolverine" Dawkins, from Jacksonville, and what he did with the Eagles. As for Brooke Bennett, when you're an Olympic caliber athlete that wins multiple gold, going against the best in the world in your sport such as swimming - you have my utmost respect. Eckstein came off the bench for me, b/c the guy that both solar and I had at #49 was disqualified

The my Top 50 Floridians list and idea was completely solar's, and the list that you mainly see is his. He just asked me to help a little and bring up some other guys from the literal thousands of potentials that are from the state of Florida, then compare the list that I came up with the list he came up with ...

We both have our own lists - take a look


Solar's peeps are numbered, with mine right next to his (in parenthesis)

50 Tim Tebow (Tim Tebow)
49 Willie Galimore (David Eckstein)
48 Harold Carmichael (Andre Johnson)
47 Rick Casares (Jerome Brown)
46 Vince Coleman (Harold Carmichael)
45 Danny Wuerffel (Vince Coleman)
44 Devin Hester (Tony LaRussa)
43 Anthony Carter (Lou Piniella)
42 Ray Bellamy (Dick Howser)
41 Lou Piniella (Danny Wuerffel)
40 LeRoy Butler (Tommie Frazier)
39 Bob Hayes (Devin Hester)
38 Tony La Russa (LeRoy Butler)
37 Tommy Frazier (Ray Bellamy)
36 Sean Taylor (Mitch Richmond)
35 Lemar Parrish (Ottis Anderson)
34 Frank Gore (Doc Gooden)
33 Dick Howser (Tino Martinez)
32 Ottis Anderson (Gary Sheffield)
31 Steve Garvey (Tim Raines)
30 Lomas Brown (Rowdy Gaines)
29 Isaac Bruce (Bob Hayes)
28 Dwight Gooden (Derrick Thomas)
27 Edgerrin James (Lomas Brown)
26 Tino Martinez (Sean Taylor)
25 Derrick Thomas (Edge)
24 Warren Sapp (Rickey Jackson)
23 Andre Johnson (Brian Dawkins)
22 Rowdy Gaines (Vic Harris)
21 Mitch Richmond (Steve Garvey)
20 Gary Sheffield (Leroy Cromartie)
19 Kelly Slater (Brooke Bennett)
18 Jerome Brown (Kelly Slater)
17 Andre Dawson (Warren Sapp)
16 Chipper Jones (Deacon Jones)
15 Peoples Vote: Affirmed (Jack Youngblood)
14 Derrick Brooks (Roy Jones Jr.)
13 Jack Youngblood (John "Buck" O'Neil)
12 Deacon Jones (Andre Dawson)
11 Artis Gilmore (Chipper Jones)
10 John Henry "Pop" Lloyd (Wade Boggs)
9 Darrell Gwynn (Darrell Gwynn)
8 Wade Boggs (Dick Lundy)
7 Mike Irvin (John Henry "Pop" Lloyd)
6 Tim Raines (Derrick Brooks)
5 Ray Lewis (Ray Lewis)
4 Steve Carlton (Steve Carlton)
3 Emmitt Smith (Emmitt Smith)
2 Deion Sanders (Deion Sanders)
1 Chris Evert (Chris Evert)


See the 2 lists? A whole lot of same peeps, but a few different ones on each list

DZ8

I think they just retired Brooks jersey. Good move.

DZ8

Does anyone think it would have been a good idea to not offer and accept some of the players we did in last years recruiting class so we would have more schollies for this years class?

Posted by: PhillyCane | June 30, 2010 at 01:25 PM

Yes.
But it looks like we got a few (to maybe six) that won't qualify and'll have to earn their way back on for next year. Coaches are closer to this then we are and they'll get fired if they screw it up (I can't be fired;). In general theory yah, don't overload one class so you'll have to skimp on the next class except in some extreme circumstances.

Ungar

"15 Peoples Vote: Affirmed (Jack Youngblood)"

You mean my joking suggestion about Affirmed took the people's choice award?

Cool beans.

"Affirmed was the second US Triple Crown winner to sire a second generation Triple Crown champion. Affirmed's foal, Peteski, won the Canadian Triple Crown in 1993."

Hmm, American Triple Crown is run on dirt, and some stakes races are run on turf, but I hear the Canadian triple crown is run on:

1. snow
2. sleet
3. ice

You have heard of American horses that are mudders? Canadian horses are sledders!

j.w.

I just can't a horse as an athlete. Nothing against horse racing, and I both love horses and understand the argument for including them, but all kinds of animals are better "athletes" than people if you start down that road.

Ungar

Well, it is kind of unfair, since the horses are bred for it. Can you picture telling a woman that she has to breed with a guy because he won a race?

All you get for that is a stinging left cheek, and not in a good way....

Ungar

BTW, I don't recall if it was discussed, but I thought this performance by one of Canespace's former friends was pretty lame. I won't even put their name here, but you will know which of the Hurricane beat writers it was just from the negative tone to the good news.

"On Saturday, the `Canes received yet another big verbal commitment from a local standout."
No problem so far. Kelly would do better, but no issues with the lead sentence.

"St. Thomas Aquinas receiver Phillip Dorsett becomes the fifth expected signee in the 2011 class. Of course, that could all change because the recruiting process is just beginning." And the negativity begins. Did any other beat writer for the Noles, Canes, or Gators announce a commit with such a Debbie Downer tone? I doubt it.

"Dorsett said all the typical things heard from a recruit after a commitment. Miami felt like a family. He liked the coaches. He will visit other schools. Blah, blah. blah." What's next, yadda yadda yadda? etcetera etcetera etcetera? Not even Debbie Downer would turn a positive into blah blah blah.

"But for those interested, Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel talked with Dorsett about his decision. Then again, it’s not really a decision until it becomes official next February." For those interested? I know he has no Canes fans left reading his blog, but why post it in a Canes blog if it isn't interesting? And NOBODY'S decision is official until February, but I don't see why this one decision is met with such cynicism and doubt.

When does Kelly graduate? I have a spot that is tailor-made for a Canes graduate that can write an article without resorting to "blah blah blah".

And it will be great to see HER picture up there instead of the current "bleh bleh bleh" shot up there!

Old Skool

From Fox News
Tiger Woods is banned from letting girlfriends near his kids in a divorce deal netting his ex a record $750 million settlement, The Sun reported Wednesday.

I believe that works out to about $20 million per month of marriage. Yowza

Old Skool

Hmm let's see 750 million divide 17 girlfriends
= 44 million per. If he saw each one 44 times that's $1 million per "date"

Sebastian

Kelly is moving her way up the draft board

She seems to have a very bright future ahead of her

Montreal-Cane

Where is Teddy Bridgewater???

June 30, 2010


Rivals.com recruiting staff


MORE: Rivals.com Scouting the Nation

The 2010 NIKE Football Training Camp tour is in the books and Rivals.com was able to evaluate prospects at each of the 13 events across the country.

Our analysts got together and came up with their All-NIKE Camp Team based on the players' performances from all of the events. Today we take a look at the offense.


2010 ALL-NIKE CAMP TEAM - OFFENSE
FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE
QB Jeff Driskel, 6-3/225, Oviedo (Fla.) Hagerty
Driskel NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Gainesville
Committed to: Florida
Performance: "Man, I like everything about Driskel. He's the total package. He has the size, the mechanics, the footwork and he can make all the throws. I mean all of them. I was with him a month ago in Orlando, and he has gotten a lot better in that time." - NIKE Camp QB coach Browning Nagle
RB Remound Wright, 5-9/190, Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Dwenger
Wright NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Columbus
Committed to: Stanford
Performance: "Wright is thick from his neck to his calves making him one hard runner to get your arms around. He has tremendous body control for his build and he can adjust to the ball while it is in the air. On top of that, his character and academics make him attractive to almost any school in the nation." - Rivals.com analyst Barry Every
RB Justice Hayes, 5-10/175, Grand Blance (Mich.)
Hayes NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Columbus
Performance: "No one will outwork this intelligent football player on the practice field. Hayes runs through every drill with maximum effort yet still looks completely in control of every muscle in his body. He also has the frame and ability to play several positions at the next level. - Every
WR DeAnthony Arnett, 6-0/167, Saginaw (Mich.)
Arnett NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Columubus
Performance: "During individual work he displayed tremendous body control, adjusting to balls thrown behind him and making it look routine. Arnett had some of the most consistent hands throughout the day as he went out and latched onto every ball away from his body." - Every
WR Jarvis Landry, 5-11/178, Lutcher (La.)
Landry NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Baton Rouge
Committed to: LSU
Performance: "Despite limited size and the lack of elite track speed, Landry is a can't-miss prospect at wide receiver. He has incredible start-stop ability. He gets to full speed immediately and can stop on a dime and he is able to do that functionally with terrific route-running ability. Landry also catches everything in his vicinity." - Rivals.com analyst Barton Simmons
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 6-7/250, Gig Harbor (Wash.)
Camp: Eugene
Performance: "Seferian-Jenkins wants to be known as the nation's best tight end and a top-100 player, and he proved it at the camp. He's big but doesn't plod. He can split out and run routes well, he's light on his feet and his hands are outstanding." - Rivals.com analyst Adam Gorney


OL Bobby Hart, 6-4/283, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas
Hart NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Miami
Performance: "His superlative performance started early in the camp. He glided through the agility webs with ease. Later, he jumped the line and took more reps than any offensive lineman in the camp. His hand placement and pass set were fantastic. He proved why he may be the most coveted offensive lineman south of Orlando." - Every
OL Tony Morales, 6-4/300, Arlington (Texas) Sam Houston
Morales NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Fort Worth
Committed to: Texas Tech
Performance: "Tony was able to move his feet and bend his knees well, rendering defensive linemen useless against him. He is not afraid to get his hands inside and drive defenders to the turf. No lineman on either side of the ball received more adulation. Morales was able to run away with the top honors at his position." - Every
OL Ethan Hutson, 6-4/295, Destrahan (La.)
Hutson NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Baton Rouge
Committed to: Ole Miss
Performance: "Other than his reps where he faced defensive tackle Mickey Johnson, Hutson may not have lost a one-on-one rep all day. He is a complete offensive lineman at 6 feet 4, 287 pounds with the ability to play every position on the offensive line. On Saturday, Hutson showed extremely good feet and flexibility." - Simmons
OL Jordan Rigsbee, 6-4/275, Chico (Calif.) Pleasant Valley
Rigsbee NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Palo Alto
Committed to: Cal
Performance: "Rigsbee, an Army All-American, plays with a nasty streak that few blockers have displayed on the NIKE Camp Tour this spring. When going through one-on-ones, he put several defenders into the ground with crushing blocks. He also impressed in drill work with great knee bend, hip flexibility and the ability to adjust to the techniques he was being taught." - Rivals.com analyst Jeremy Crabtree
OL Tyler Johnstone, 6-6/260, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton
Johnstone NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Los Angeles
Performance: "Johnstone had the lightest feet going through agilities of all the offensive lineman, and was one of the meanest and nastiest competitors during one-on-ones." - Every


ATH Karlos Williams, 6-2/210, Davenport (Fla.) Ridge
Williams NIKE Camp Highlights
Camp: Gainesville
Committed to: Florida State
Performance: "Though he likely projects as a safety on the next level, Williams worked out at wide receiver in Gainesville. He was too big for cornerbacks to handle and too fast for safeties to handle and when he couldn't get separation he used his body well to shield defenders. Williams just had a very consistent, effective day all day." - Simmons
SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE
QB Phillip Ely, Tampa (Fla.) Plant
Ely NIKE Camp Highlights

RB Allan Wasonga, Parkersburg (W.V.)
Wasonga NIKE Camp Highlights

RB Herschel Sims, Abilene (Texas)
Sims NIKE Camp Highlights

WR Davonte Neal (2012), Scottsdale (Calif.) Chaparral
Neal NIKE Camp Highlights

WR Stefon Diggs (2012), Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good Counsel
Diggs NIKE Camp Highlights

TE Brandon Fulse, Fort Meade (Fla.)
Fulse NIKE Camp Highlights

OL Alex Mitchell, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson

OL D.J. Humphries (2012), Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek
Humphries NIKE Camp Highlights

OL Ryker Mathews, American Fork (Utah)

OL Cody Robinson, McMinnville (Tenn.) Warren County
Robinson NIKE Camp Highlights

OL Zach Debell, Tarpons Springs (Fla.)
Debell NIKE Camp Highlights

ATH Harvey Langi, South Jordan (Utah) Bingham
Langi NIKE Camp Highlights

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
QB Chad Jeffries, Glendora (Calif.); QB Christian Lemay, Mathews (N.C.) Butler; RB Jeremy Hill, Baon Rouge (La.) Redemptorist; RB Amir Carlisle, Sunnyvale (Calif.) King's Academy; WR Corey Smith, Akron (Ohio) Buchtel (2012); WR Miles Shuler, Long Branch (N.J.); TE Everett Pleasant, Humble (Texas) Atascocita; OL Alfredo Morales, Arlington (Texas) Sam Houston; OL Sioasi Aiono, West Covina (Calif.) South Hills; OL Ralston Evans, Indianapolis (Ind.) Arlington; OL Jordan Simmons, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey (2012); OL Geoff Mogus, Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward; ATH D.J. Hubbard, Avondale (Ariz.) Loya Community

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