Thursday, May 17, 2012

Scout 300 for 2013 updated

David Dawson (#55) jumped almost 100 spots in the new rankings
Scout released a new top 300 for 2013, and there are some changes since the initial release back in March:

Changes for Michigan players:

- Shane Morris stays at #28
- Patrick Kugler drops from #25 to #31
- Dymonte Thomas stays at #35
- Kyle Bosch stays at #49
- DeVeon Smith jumps from #58 to #53
- Chris Fox drops from #137 to #139
- Jake Butt drops from #147 to #152
- Ben Gedeon jumps from #158 to #153
- Jourdan Lewis jumps from #251 to #173
- David Dawson jumps from #274 to #178
- Logan Tuley-Tillman drops from #153 to #190
- Wyatt Shallman drops from #179 to #263
- Mike McCray drops from #202 to #214
- Gareon Conley drops from #227 to #233
- Jaron Dukes drops from #287 to #294

And here's the rest:

5-stars:
4. Laremy Tunsil - OT - Florida
5. Su'a Cravens - S - California
6. Montravius Adams - DT - Georgia
9. Eddie Vanderdoes - DT - California
10. Robert Foster - WR - Pennsylvania
13. Vernon Hargreaves III - CB - Florida
14. Ty Isaac - RB - Illinois (USC)
15. Keith Ford - RB - Texas (Oklahoma)
17. Jaylon Smith - LB - Indiana
18. Justin Davis - RB - California
21. Justin Manning - DT - Texas
24. Joey Bosa - DE - Florida (Ohio State)
25. Kendall Fuller - CB - Maryland
26. James Quick - WR - Kentucky
27. Michael Hutchings - LB - California
28. Shane Morris - QB - Michigan (Michigan)
29. Adam Breneman - TE - Pennsylvania (Penn State)
31. Patrick Kugler - OG - Pennsylvania (Michigan)
33. Priest Willis - S - Arizona
35. Dymonte Thomas - S - Ohio (Michigan)

4-stars:
37. Jason Hatcher - DE - Kentucky
39. Darrell Daniels - WR - California
40. Elijah Daniel - DE - Indiana
42. Jake Raulerson - OT - Texas
47. Sebastian Larue - WR - California
49. Kyle Bosch - OT - Illinois (Michigan)
50. John Montelus - OG - Massachusetts (Notre Dame)
53. DeVeon Smith - RB - Ohio (Michigan)
55. Marquez North - WR - North Carolina
57. Ethan Pocic - OT - Illinois
61. Kevin Olsen - QB - New Jersey
63. Alquadin Muhammad - DE - New Jersey
69. Evan Lisle - OT - Ohio (Ohio State)
71. Jake Oliver - WR - Texas (Texas)
75. Laquon Treadwell - WR - Illinois
78. Colin McGovern - OT - Illinois (Notre Dame)
79. Alex Anzalone - OLB - Pennsylvania
83. Steve Elmer - OT - Michigan (Notre Dame)
87. Greg Webb - DT - New Jersey
90. Maurice Smith - CB - Texas
91. Eli Woodard - CB - New Jersey (Ohio State)
92. Larenz Bryant - OLB - North Carolina
93. Chris Hawkins - CB - California (USC)
94. Leon McQuay - S - Florida
95. Joe Mathis - DE - California
98. Peter Kalambayi - MLB - North Carolina
102. Christian Lacouture - DE - Texas (Nebraska)
104. E.J. Levenberry - OLB - Virginia (Florida State)
107. Cameron Burrows - CB - Ohio (Ohio State)
109. Standish Dobard - TE - Louisiana (Miami)
115. Cole Luke - CB - Arizona
116. Tray Matthews - S - Georgia (Georgia)
120. Jonathan Allen - DE - Virginia
126. Derrick Green - RB - Virginia
129. Kyle Hicks - RB - Texas (Texas)
130. Shaq Wiggins - CB - Georgia (Georgia)
132. Billy Price - DT - Ohio (Ohio State)
133. Devon Allen - WR - Arizona
134. Michael Hill - DT - South Carolina
135. Henry Poggi - DT - Maryland
139. Chris Fox - OG - Colorado (Michigan)
144. Dajuan Drennon - DE - New Jersey
146. Elijah Qualls - DT - California
148. Maquedius Bain - DT - Florida (Florida State)
149. Rob Wheelwright - WR - Ohio (Wisconsin)
152. Jake Butt - TE - Ohio (Michigan)
153. Ben Gedeon - MLB - Ohio (Michigan)
158. Dorian O'Daniel - OLB - Maryland (Clemson)
159. Hunter Bivin - OT - Kentucky (Notre Dame)
166. Ishmael Wilson - OT - Texas (Texas A&M)
167. Ryan White - CB - Kentucky (Louisville)
173. Jourdan Lewis - CB - Michigan (Michigan)
176. Eldridge Massington - WR - Texas (USC)
178. David Dawson - OG - Michigan (Michigan)
187. Antwuan Davis - CB - Texas (Texas)
189. Matt Rolin - OLB - Virginia
190. Logan Tuley-Tillman - OT - Illinois (Michigan)
193. Scott Pagano - DT - Hawaii
206. Darius Latham - DT - Indiana
210. J.J. Gustafson - OT - Texas (Texas)
213. Maurice Hurst, Jr. - DT - Massachusetts (Michigan)
214. Mike McCray - OLB - Ohio (Michigan)
221. Mike McGlinchey - OT - Pennsylvania (Notre Dame)
233. Gareon Conley - CB - Ohio (Michigan)
256. James Onwualu - WR - Minnesota (Notre Dame)
263. Wyatt Shallman - FB - Michigan (Michigan)
265. Cameron Walker - CB - California
274. Jacob Matuska - DE - Ohio (Notre Dame)
281. Yannick Ngakoue - MLB - Washington, D.C.
284. Marcell Ateman - WR - Texas (Oklahoma State)
286. Demorea Stringfellow - WR - California
288. Nadir Barnwell - CB - New Jersey
294. Jaron Dukes - WR - Ohio (Michigan)
297. Tim Harris - S - Virginia (Virginia)

12 comments:

  1. Big drop for Shallman ... any thoughts on that?

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    1. He was listed as a fullback on the original list, but I wonder if that was a late switch at Scout. They may have put him in the 100s as an "athlete" or "defensive end" and when they changed his position, perhaps it was too late to re-rank him.

      Regardless, he's probably still too high if Scout really thinks he'll be a fullback (there aren't any other fullbacks on the list, AFAIK). And I think he's too high even if they think he's a tailback. He's a situational/goal line player, in my opinion, and I think that pretty much precludes him from being one of the best 300 players in the country.

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  2. You forgot to highlight Dymonte Thomas.

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  3. @Thunder I agree with your assessment of Shallman. As an athlete, all the major recruiting sites had him listed higher than they do now that Shallman has committed to UM as a RB. I think Shallman's athleticism DE/DT was what possibly had him rated as high in the first place.

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    1. Shallman IMO is caught in a unique situation for sure. He shouldn't worry about any of this stuff. They all said DE at first, then athlete, then Michigan recruited/offered him as as RB and then Scout said ... uhh ... fullback. I guess another way to look at this is how many guys are getting ranked 4 star at multiple positions? My vote is Jackson knows more than we do and they sincerely want a bigger RB in their offense.

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  4. Where is Taco?

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  5. Dawson seems to have all of the tools, but how does somebody jump that high if there isn't a bit of "band-wagoning" happening? Based on his play in Texas he wasn't that high initially. Gets here and commits to Michigan and goes to a few camps and looks good in combine O/D "blocking" and the services "discover" him. Think he should have been much higher coming out of his junior year if the services really knew how to rank and not just stick their wet fingers up and move names around.

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    1. I agree wholeheartedly. I wasn't super impressed by his junior film (I thought there were other prospects who looked better, such as Ethan Pocic), and I'll wait to see how he looks as a senior before re-evaluating. Camps for offensive linemen are hogwash.

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  6. Why did McCray drop? His team won a state championship last year and at the Columbus camp he was LB MVP! I know it's just a camp but you would think he would've kept his place or went up?

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    1. I don't know the rationale, but he only dropped 12 spots out thousands of recruits that will sign with FBS schools in February. It's really not a significant move.

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