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Top Incoming Frosh QB’s/RB’s

Covering college football as I do takes 52 weeks a year as it is and while I personally do not scout the high school games and rate each player I do compile my rankings based on the many different recruiting services across the country that follow and scout HS football year round. I not only like to use all of the biggest and best services, but I also use regional reports as well. The colleges themselves use many of these services to get the latest information on recruits.

When we receive a recruiting magazine, we translate each player’s ranking into a points system from 1-100 and then log each and every player into the computer and give them a point total from each source. Naturally, the more they are mentioned and the higher they are rated by each publication, the more total points they accrue. After months of entering all of this information, I sort the list by position and by total points and then rank the players from most points to least.

In today’s blog I have included the top incoming freshman QBs and RBs for 2011. Each one of these players is ranked in the Top 500 prospects regardless of position and will appear in my preseason magazine. Since we want the college preview to continue to be the most in-depth and accurate magazine out there, if you find any information that is wrong or if you are questioning a player’s ranking please contact brandon@philsteele.com. In Wednesday’s Blog I will post the top WR’s and TE’s with the top OL and DL coming on Friday.

Top Incoming Frosh QB’s

Rank
Name School
1.
Jeff Driskel Florida
2.
Braxton Miller Ohio St
3.
Kiehl Frazier Auburn
4.
Christian Lemay Georgia
5.
Brett Hundley UCLA
6.
Bubba Starling Nebraska
7.
Teddy Bridgewater Louisville
8.
Max Wittek USC
9.
Cody Kessler USC
10.
Jw Walsh Oklahoma St
11.
Jamal Turner Nebraska
12.
Jacoby Brissett Florida
13.
Marquise Williams North Carolina
15.
Justin Worley Tennessee
16.
Jerrard Randall Juco
17.
David Ash Texas
18.
Kyle Boehm California
19.
Kevin Hogan Stanford
20.
Michael Brewer Texas Tech
21.
Everett Golson Notre Dame
22.
Phillip Ely Alabama
23.
Brandon Allen Arkansas
24.
Tanner Mcevoy South Carolina
25.
Kendal Thompson Oklahoma
26.
Evan Crower Stanford
27.
Johnny Manziel Texas A&M
28.
Gary Nova Rutgers
29.
Brock Berglund Kansas
30.
Corbin Berkstresser Missouri
31.
Michael Eubank Arizona St
32.
Marcus Mariota Oregon
33.
Reilly O’Toole Illinois
34.
Kevin Sousa Wake Forest
35.
Tony Mcneal Clemson
36.
Stephen Rivers LSU
37.
Vad Lee Georgia Tech
38.
Christian Suntrup Boston College
39.
Jacob Coker Florida St
40.
Zack Oliver Northwestern
41.
Cole Stoudt Clemson

Top Incoming Frosh RB’s

Rank
Name School
1.
Malcolm Brown Texas
2.
De’Anthony Thomas Oregon
3.
James Wilder Florida St
4.
Isaiah Crowell Georgia
5.
Brandon Williams Oklahoma
6.
Mike Bellamy Clemson
7.
Savon Huggins Rutgers
8.
Aaron Green Nebraska
9.
Herschel Sims Oklahoma St
10.
Dee Hart Alabama
11.
Mike Blakely Florida
12.
Kenny Hilliard LSU
13.
Amir Carlisle USC
14.
Marlin Lane Tennessee
15.
Justice Hayes Michigan
16.
Rodney Coe Iowa
17.
Quan Bray Auburn
18.
Jeremy Hill Unsigned
19.
Brendon Bigelow California
20.
Jameel Poteat Cincinnati
21.
Kenny Williams Texas Tech
22.
Clifton Richardson Virginia
23.
Shon Carson South Carolina
24.
Harvey Langi Utah
25.
Remound Wright Stanford
26.
Melvin Gordon Wisconsin
27.
Devonta Freeman Florida St
28.
Kelsey Young Stanford
29.
Danzel Williams Oklahoma
30.
Chevelle Buie East Carolina
31.
Ka’Deem Carey Arizona
32.
Terrance Magee LSU
33.
Andrew Buie West Virginia
34.
Tre Mason Auburn
35.
Joe Bergeron Texas
36.
Romar Morris North Carolina
37.
Bishop Sankey Washington
38.
Adonis Ameen-Moore Syracuse
39.
Darrian Miller Kansas
40.
Kody Walker Arkansas
40.
Kevin Grooms Miami, Fl
41.
Daniel Lasco California
42.
Eric Beverly Florida St
43.
Javarius Allen USC
44.
Travis Riley North Carolina
45.
Ronnie Daniels Texas Tech
46.
Dorian Brown Colorado St
47.
Tom Smith Tennessee
48.
Bradley Marquez Texas Tech
49.
Jordan Perkins Northwestern
50.
Anthony Pierson Kansas
51.
Brandon Wilds South Carolina
52.
Mikail Mccall Iowa
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  • Deobanker

    You may want to move up Zack Oliver…. Look at the Youtubes on this kid…My God!!

  • Dairy Queen Bully

    Big XII-II is going to miss Nebraska. Looks like Nebraska is getting it’s groove back. Nations’ best defense and coaching staff (Bo Pelini) with a new offensive staff that has recruited top players. Good to see the Big Red back in the thick of things. Welcome to the B1G TEN Nebraska.

  • Nard1sports

    You need to add KENJI BAHAR Calvert Hall High School, Baltimore Maryland.
    http://youtu.be/X3ZpAuV8-Iw