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Top Incoming Frosh WR’s and TE’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 WRs and TEs 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 Friday’s Blog I will post the top OL and DL with the top LB’s and DB’s coming on Monday.

Top Incoming Frosh WR’s

Rank
Name School
1.
George Farmer USC
2.
Jarvis Landry LSU
3.
Sammy Watkins Clemson
4.
Trey Metoyer Oklahoma
5.
Colt Lyerla Oregon
6.
Charone Peake Clemson
7.
Devon Blackmon Oregon
8.
Kasen Williams Washington
9.
Deanthony Arnett Tennessee
10.
Marqise Lee USC
11.
Victor Blackwell USC
12.
Ladarius Brown TCU
13.
Nickolas Brassell Mississippi
14.
Marvin Shinn Alabama
15.
Davaris Daniels Notre Dame
16.
Jaxson Shipley Texas
17.
Kelvin Benjamin Florida St
18.
Darius Jennings Virginia
19.
Bradley Sylve Alabama
20.
George Atkinson Notre Dame
21.
Tobias Singleton Mississippi
22.
Miles Shuler Rutgers
23.
Danny Woodson Alabama
24.
Odell Beckham LSU
25.
Javares Mcroy Florida
26.
Tj Thorpe North Carolina
27.
Rashad Greene Florida St
28.
Donte Moncrief Mississippi
29.
Damiere Byrd South Carolina
30.
Tacoi Sumler Oregon
31.
Justin Scott-Wesley Georgia
32.
Bill Belton Penn St
33.
Quinta Funderburk Arkansas
34.
Evan Spencer Ohio St
35.
Dominique Terrell Virginia
36.
Devin Smith Ohio St
37.
Ja’Juan Story Florida
38.
Eli Rogers Louisville
39.
Kameel Jackson Oklahoma
40.
Miles Onyegbule Texas
41.
Chris Conley Georgia
42.
David Glidden Oklahoma St
43.
Cameron White TCU
44.
Ty Montgomery Stanford
45.
Jaylon Denson Auburn
46.
Keante Minor Arkansas
47.
Jonathan Lee Baylor
48.
Joe Morrow Miss St
49.
Phillip Dorsett Miami, Fl
50.
Maurice Harris California
51.
Daryl Collins Kentucky
52.
Desmond Roland Oklahoma St
53.
Devin Lucien UCLA
54.
Shane Wynn Indiana
55.
Andre Davis USF
56.
Ryan Byrd Memphis
57.
Jordan Richards Stanford
58.
Paul Turner LSU
59.
Brandon Carter TCU
60.
Sammie Coates Auburn
61.
Devon Cajuste Stanford
62.
Nigel King Maryland
63.
Johnny Haynes Oklahoma St
64.
Devante Parker Louisville
65.
Daniel Davie Nebraska
65.
Vincent Dallas Tennessee
66.
Alonzo Lewis LSU
67.
Brandin Cooks Oregon St
68.
Davyon Mckinney Arkansas

Top Incoming Frosh TE’s

Rank
Name School
1.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington
2.
Ben Koyack Notre Dame
3.
Jay Rome Georgia
4.
Nick O’Leary Florida St
5.
Ac Leonard Florida
6.
Christian French Oregon
7.
Jace Amaro Texas Tech
8.
Eric Maclain Clemson
9.
Nick Vannett Ohio St
10.
Mj Mcfarland Texas
11.
Brandon Fulse Auburn
12.
Brian Miller Boston College
13.
Max Stevenson Oklahoma
14.
Ray Hamilton Iowa
15.
Dan Tapko Oklahoma
16.
Malcolm Faciane Alabama
17.
Chris Barnett Michigan
18.
Jon Davis Illinois
19.
Cj Uzomah Auburn
20.
Eric Ebron North Carolina
21.
Drew Owens S Carolina
22.
Cameron Clear Tennessee
23.
Junior Pomee USC
24.
Jeff Heuerman Ohio St
25.
Dillon Van Der Wal Vanderbilt
26.
Richard Rodgers California
27.
Jack Tabb North Carolina
28.
Robert Kugler Purdue
29.
Demetrius Dean Arkansas

 

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  • Razor Jamon

    I wouldn’t sleep on Marquel Wade at Arkansas either. The coaches were very excited about him before he had to go Prep for a year. Will likely make more of an impact at KR/PR than WR this year but they have high hopes.

    @RazorJamon

  • Ryanspree

    Colt Lyerla is not a wide receiver.

  • http://www.philsteele.com Phil Steele

    Ryan,

    He signed as a WR at Oregon and below is a link to a recent article talking about him playing the position there. I always assign players to the position they sign with the school not necessarily the position he played in HS. However, it may be a crap shoot with Lyerla as he could end up playing 3 or 4 different positions.

    Thanks, Phil

    http://www2.registerguard.com/cms/index.php/duck-football/comments/spring-preview-wide-receivers1/