Wednesday, September 23, 2009

2011 Recruits

ESPN.com has released their Watch List for the ESPNU 150 for 2011. The following are from the state of Alabama:

QB - Stephen Rivers - Athens, AL
QB - Brandon Wells - Calera, AL
RB - Alonzo Harris - Gadsden, AL
RB - Trai Ragland - Madison, AL
WR - Sammie Coates - Leroy, AL
WR - Daryl Collins - Gadsden, AL
WR - Pat Milliner - Millbrook, AL
WR - Marvin Shinn - Prichard, AL (Bama commit)
WR - Darien Thomas - Theodore, AL
DE - LaMichael Fanning - Auburn, AL
DE - Jabrian Niles - Mobile, AL
DE - Kameron Wood - Birmingham, AL
LB - Brent Calloway - Russellville, AL (Bama commit)
LB - Dre-Shon McGaster - Foley, AL
LB - Carl Robinson - Theodore, AL
LB - Devaunte Sigler - Mobile, AL
CB - Eric Dixon - Mobile, AL
CB - Jacquese Kirk - Jasper, AL
S - Enrique Florence - Valley, AL
ATH - Ryan Watson - Decatur, AL

6 comments:

  1. no decent OL??? man, we are going to be hurting at that position if we don't get some decent talent in the next couple classes!

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  2. That just means there are no Watch List OL from Alabama so far in the 2011 class, no big deal, and it sure as heck doesn't mean Auburn isn't looking at OL in 2011. This list has nothing to do with Auburn's choices.

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  3. I will also do GA, Arkansas and MS most likely

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  4. hey Scott, i get it that there are lots of other OL that may not be on the 150 list, or may be in other states, but if the AU coaches recruit primarily the state of AL, it would be nice to have some elite level OL talent in this state, ya know? just wish we didn't have to compete twice as hard for the elite talent we need at that position. i'm sure it will all work out - the coaches have done a great job so far.

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  5. Stephen Rivers is garbage, we better not recruit that kid.

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  6. It will not be a big surprise to see Sigler and Milliner go to Bama since they do have ties. The Niles kid from Mobile, his brother signed with AU way back abd eventually transferred to Jax. St.

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