Posted at 4:00pm -- 3/4/2010
Coach's Corner: Scouting the top 25 in Ohio (a quick summary)
These are the best I have seen or coached against. I have not seen all players listed below personally in game action so take that into consideration.
1) Ken Hayes:
Super athlete, he has a chance to be special.
2) Doran Grant:
Hits like he is 200 lbs, extremely explosive.
3) Braxton Miller:
Great athlete, he could play quarterback, split end, or safety.
4) Trey DePriest:
Trey has defensive back speed with athletic ability in a linebacker’s body, elite skills.
5) Aundrey Walker:
Big body and he moves unbelievably well for his size.
6) Steve Miller:
Another great athlete, moves real well for size, kid can hit.
7) Ray Hamilton:
Great athlete and player, could play tight end or defensive end.
8) A.J. Jordan:
Runs like 180 lbs. at 200 lbs. Raw, but has elite skills.
9) Ronald Tanner:
Has size and speed, he could play safety or grow into an outside linebacker.
10) DerJuan "PeeWee" Gambrell:
Flat out can run, covers a lot of ground in a hurry, good size.
11) Michael Bennett:
Very good two-way linemen.
12) Cardale Jones:
Dual threat quarterback who could also play split end.
13) Eilar Hardy:
Super, quick hitter.
14) Brad Carrico:
Big body and he moves very well.
15) Chris Rock:
Had a difficult junior year, looked great in state semis as junior.
16) Kevin Williams:
Kevin has great movement for his size.
17) Jarrett Grace:
Is an outside linebacker who could grow into a defensive end.
18) Chris Boles
Large body that is nearly impossible to move.
19) Shaquille Washington:
Possesses unbelievable quickness and athletic ability.
20) Shane Wynn:
Very good athlete and he possesses toughness.
21) Brian Mihalik:
Very good athlete, but he needs to get bigger and stronger, moves well.
22) Shane Sturdivant:
Stud linebacker/hits like a truck.
23) Devin Smith:
Quick and shifty.
24) Greg Brown:
Good athlete, and hearing he has a bit of an attitude problem.
25) Antonio Poole:
A tough and athletic linebacker.
Ohio is very deep and talented this year.
Written by GBMW Staff
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