Saturday, June 7, 2014

2014 Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge Rosters

Tyree Kinnel
The Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge is taking place this weekend, and it's roughly similar to The Opening, which will take place in July. Parts of this weekend's activities will be streamed on Rivals, but it won't be broadcast on ESPN like The Opening, so it doesn't get quite as much hype.

Here's a look at the players Michigan has offered on each of the teams so you have a good idea of who to watch for:

TEAM BLUR
Pat Allen - OT - Maryland
Jerome Baker - LB - Ohio
Cameron Chambers - WR - New Jersey*
Chris Clark - TE - Connecticut
Tyree Kinnel - S - Ohio (Michigan)
Ray-Ray McCloud III - RB - Florida
Drew Richmond - OT - Tennessee
Calvin Ridley - OT - Florida**
Rashad Roundtree - S - Georgia
Equanimeous St. Brown - WR - California
Preston Williams - WR - Georgia (Tennessee)

TEAM CLUTCH
Miles Boykin - WR - Illinois
Rashan Gary - DT - New Jersey
Rasheem Green - DT - California
Malik Henry - QB - California*
Hale Hentges - TE - Missouri (Alabama)
Mitch Hyatt - OT - Georgia (Clemson)
Ronald Jones II - RB - Texas (Oklahoma State)
Kendall Sheffield - CB - Texas

TEAM HIGHLIGHT
Blake Barnett - QB - California
Ben Cleveland - OT - Georgia*
Jashon Cornell - DE - Minnesota
Jacob Eason - QB - Washington*
Soso Jamabo - RB - Texas
Sterling Jenkins - OT - Pennsylvania (Penn State)
Christian Kirk - WR - Arizona
Osa Masina - LB - Utah
Kevin Toliver II - CB - Florida (LSU)

TEAM RENEGADE
Sam Bruce - WR - Florida*
Minkah Fitzpatrick - CB - New Jersey (Alabama)
Deondre Francois - QB - Florida
Tyron Johnson - WR - Louisiana
Marcus Lewis - CB - Washington, D.C. (Florida)
Gregory Little - OT - Texas*
Iman Marshall - CB - California
Jacques Patrick - RB - Florida

*2016 prospect
**2017 prospect

3 comments:

  1. When did Floridians start using "Ray Ray" as a name for their kids? Does anyone know the cultural origin? Is there some NASCAR guy with that name? Rap star? Just curious .....

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    1. I don't know the origin, but the funny thing is that he's Ray-Ray the Third, meaning not only his dad, but also his grandfather also had that name... So it probably goes back in his family until at least the '60's.

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  2. I grew up with a kid who was called Ray-Ray. He was really Raymond Benjamin ..... I think. His dad was a pretty hard core redneck who had been transplanted by love or something. That would have been the late 50s.

    Sigh!

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