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August 19, 2009

Updated 2010 football recruiting rankings

With college and high school football training camp in full swing, recruiting has taken a backseat for the time being.

The three major recruiting services -- Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com -- have all updated their rankings semi-recently.

Here's a quick look at where each member of Maryland's 2010 recruiting class ranks.

Devin Burns, Carver (Ga.) quarterback

Rivals: Three stars, 5.6 rating, No. 78 player in Georgia
Scout: Three stars, No. 50 quarterback
ESPN: Three stars, 77 grade, No. 60 athlete

Tyrek Cheeseboro, Milford Mill wide receiver

Rivals: Three stars, 5.5 rating, No. 18 player in Maryland
Scout: Three stars, No. 124 wide receiver
ESPN: Three stars, 75 grade, No. 115 wide receiver

Nate Clarke, Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) lineman

Rivals: Four stars, 5.8 rating, No. 11 offensive guard, No. 2 player in D.C.
Scout: Hasn't been evaluated
ESPN: Hasn't been evaluated

Nermin Delic, Northwest Whitfield (Ga.) tight end

Rivals: Three stars, 5.5 rating, No. 97 player in Georgia
Scout: Two stars, No. 44 tight end
ESPN: Three stars, 77 grade, No. 24 tight end

Ian Evans, Hammonton (N.J.) defensive end

Rivals: Three stars, 5.5 rating, No. 20 player in New Jersey
Scout: Hasn't been evaluated
ESPN: Three stars, 78 grade, No. 34 outside linebacker

Jeremiah Johnson, Suitland cornerback

Rivals: Two stars, 5.4 rating
Scout: Two stars
ESPN: Two stars, 74 grade, No. 53 cornerback

Brice Laughlin, Summerville (S.C.) defensive tackle

Rivals: Three stars, 5.6 rating, No. 55 defensive tackle
Scout: Three stars, No. 82 defensive tackle
ESPN: Three stars, 78 grade, No. 38 defensive tackle

Andre Monroe, St. John's (D.C.) defensive tackle

Rivals: Two stars, 5.4 rating
Scout: Three stars, No. 34 defensive tackle
ESPN: Three stars, 77 grade, No. 52 defensive tackle

Matt Robinson, Atholton H-back

Rivals: Two stars, 5.3 rating
Scout: Two stars, No. 50 tight end
ESPN: Three stars, 75 grade, No. 115 athlete

Mario Rowson, Lake Taylor (Va.) cornerback

Rivals: Three stars, 5.5 rating
Scout: Hasn't been evaluated
ESPN: Two stars, 73 grade, No. 119 safety

Tyler Smith, Wilson (Pa.) quarterback

Rivals: Three stars, 5.7 rating, No. 15 dual-threat quarterback, No. 15 player in Pennsylvania
Scout: Three stars, No. 27 quarterback
ESPN: Four stars, 80 grade, No. 9 quarterback

Titus Till, Wise safety

Rivals: Four stars, 5.8 rating, No. 9 safety, No. 2 player in Maryland, No. 129 player in the country
Scout: Three stars, No. 76 safety
ESPN: Three stars, 78 grade, No. 33 safety

Jeremiah Wilson, Handley (Va.) cornerback

Rivals: Three stars, 5.5 rating, No. 26 player in Virginia
Scout: Two stars
ESPN: Hasn't been evaluated

Posted by Matt Bracken at 11:14 AM | | Comments (6)
        

Comments

I just looked at this, and... who cares? Do people really pay attention to this?

wow, lighten up there Dick. Some of us do like to see the rankings of the players coming in next year. Not sure what part of updated 2010 recruiting rankings you didn't understand when you clicked the link.

Dick, men care. Sure MD football is garbage and pretty much an afterthought in their own conference, but rankings and recruits matter. Now hurry from you're computer there's a sale on linens at Macy's.

Matt-
I just read on TERPTALK, that Parker has committed to the Terps.
Can you confirm that?
Great news. Now lets get Harris or Jones.

Matt, Thanks for putting this together. It is interesting to see all of the ranking information in one place.

Yikes, that's a brutal list. Let's get back to talking about the hoops recruiting.

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About Matt Bracken

Matt Bracken was a lightly recruited football and tennis prospect out of East Lansing (Mich.) High School in 2001, but spurned all (nonexistent) scholarship offers to attend the University of Michigan. Matt graduated from UM in 2005, earned a master's degree in new media journalism from Northwestern University in 2006, and spent the first 11 months of his career as an online producer / videographer / blogger at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He has worked at The Baltimore Sun since July 2007, where he currently serves as the deputy sports editor for digital.

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