White roster for UA All-American Game

Originally Published: December 4, 2009
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No. Player (City, State/School)
11 Chase Rettig (Sierra Madre, Calif./San Clemente)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 201 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | QB rank: 11 | Watch
College: Committed to Boston College over Tennessee.
Breakdown: He is a big athlete with a big arm -- a pocket guy first with excellent athleticism to make plays with his legs when he needs to. Rettig is very well-built and strong, has a tall, thick frame and possesses one of the finest arms in 2010.
14 Blake Bell (Wichita, Kan./Bishop Carroll)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 212 | ESPNU 150 rank: 64 | QB rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Oklahoma over LSU, Georgia, Notre Dame, Kansas and Kansas State.
Breakdown: Bell is the very definition of upside and definitely has his best football ahead of him. He has ideal measurables and is a deceptively good athlete.
15 Jesse Scroggins (Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 189 | ESPNU 150 rank: 56 | QB rank: 2 | Watch
College: Committed to USC over Tennessee, Florida, Colorado, Nebraska and LSU.
Breakdown: He looks like a high school version of Jason Campbell. Scroggins has a similar build, measurables and arm strength, and the throwing mechanics are uncanny. Obviously he isn't quite as developed, but he can really hum it and possesses a powerful downfield arm. He is a pocket passer with good overall athleticism.

Running backs
No. Player (City, State/School)
4 Michael Dyer (Little Rock, Ark./Little Rock Christian Academy)
Height: 5-9 | Weight: 200 | ESPNU 150 rank: 7 | RB rank: 1
College: Committed to Auburn over Tennessee, Ole Miss., Arkansas, Florida and Alabama.
Breakdown: Dyer is arguably 2010's best downhill, yards-after-contact runner and has the potential to carry the load at the next level. He has the compact body composition, great balance and low running base to remain sturdy and durable. His determination to finish runs and keep his legs driving through contact is amazing.
6 Jordon James (Corona, Calif./Corona Senior)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 188 | ESPNU 150 rank: 19 | RB rank: 4 | Watch
College: Committed to UCLA over Cal, Arizona, Notre Dame and Washington.
Breakdown: He displays a supreme blend of speed, in-line suddenness and deceptive power. At a recent Los Angeles Under Armour combine, James showed he was back to full health from a broken arm with 21 reps of 185 pounds on the bench, ripped off a blazing 4.41 40 and had an explosive vertical (37 inches) and broad jump (10 feet, 11 inches).

Wide receivers
No. Player (City, State/School)
1 Chris Dunkley (Pahokee, Fla./Pahokee)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 170 | ESPNU 150 rank: 12 | WR rank: 2 | Watch
College: Committed to Florida
Breakdown: He is what we call a "space" player: ultra dangerous in the open field, which is what college football is all about with the spread offense.
3 Kadron Boone (Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 197 | ESPNU 150 rank: 96 | WR rank: 17 | Watch
College: Committed to Texas Tech over Georgia, Miami, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Breakdown: Boone is a darn good football player, not just a wide receiver. He has adequate height, but a physically imposing build and he flat-out makes plays. Is strong, physical and works to get open -- especially off the line.
7 Antonio Goodwin (Atlanta/Booker T. Washington)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 170 | ESPNU 150 rank: 24 | ATH rank: 4
College: Committed to Auburn over North Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee.
Breakdown: What stands out about Goodwin is his smooth change-of-direction and ability to accelerate rapidly for his size. He has all the tools and if he gets coached up on how to set up defensive backs, the sky is the limit for him.
9 Tai-ler Jones (Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 182 | ESPNU 150 rank: 74 | WR rank: 13 | Watch
College: Committed to Notre Dame over Stanford, Alabama, Auburn and Oregon.
Breakdown: Jones may be the most versatile of the group, having spent significant time on both sides of the ball. He also has kick and punt return capabilities.
10 Demarco Cobbs (Tulsa, Okla./Tulsa Central)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 200 | ESPNU 150 rank: 18 | ATH rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Texas over Tennessee, Oklahoma, LSU, Alabama and Georgia.
Breakdown: He may the best overall athlete of the group, with a terrific blend of speed, strength and quickness. He plays as a spread QB at the high school level, but Cobbs will end up as a wide receiver with potential to play defense as well.
12 Brandon Coleman (Forestville, Md./Bishop McNamara)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 200 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | WR rank: 138 | Watch
College: Considering Rutgers, Maryland, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and Boston College.
Breakdown: He is a mammoth prospect both as a safety and wide receiver who possesses rare measurables and good overall athleticism given his stature. He is tall, thickly built and has a wide catching radius.
21 Da'Rick Rogers (Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 205 | ESPNU 150 rank: 35 | WR rank: 6
College: Committed to Georgia over Mississippi State, Florida, Alabama, Florida State and LSU.
Breakdown: He is big, knows how to use his size and displays explosive straight-line speed in the open field. He has a tremendous size/speed ratio, and he is strong with the ability to outmuscle DBs in contested matchups as well as ward off tacklers after the catch.
84 Kenny Shaw (Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 170 | ESPNU 150 rank: 93 | WR rank: 16
College: Committed to Florida State
Breakdown: Shaw is one of the quickest and speediest players in this class of wide receivers. He is diminutive in stature, but lightning quick and reaches top speed in a hurry off the line.

Tight ends
No. Player (City, State/School)
80 Xavier Grimble (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 241 | ESPNU 150 rank: 30 | TE rank: 1 | Watch
College: Committed to USC over Oklahoma and Florida.
Breakdown: Grimble brings a very nice combination of size and ability. With good hands and a large catch radius, he has the tools to be a weapon in the passing game. Although he can help move the chains and put points on the board as a receiving target, he can also help in the run game as he is a good in-line blocker.
81 Dakota Mosley (Little Rock, Ark./Little Rock Christian Academy)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 250 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | TE rank: 14
College: Committed to Auburn over Tennessee, Florida State, Tulsa and Louisiana Tech.
Breakdown: He is a legit receiving target and he has very good hands. Displays the ability to consistently catch the ball with his hands and really looks comfortable snatching the ball out of the air. Displays the ability to get good hand placement and is tough to beat when he gets locked on. He is also a very good long snapper.
88 Blake Barker (Wellesley, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 238 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | TE rank: 12
College: Committed to Harvard over Stanford, Boston College, Florida, Virginia and North Carolina.
Breakdown: He has ideal height for the tight end position and can be a solid target in the red zone. He doesn't present the type of ability as a receiver that will make defenses game plan around him, but he can help move the chains. Barker also has value on special teams as a long snapper.

Offensive linemen
No. Player (City, State/School)
52 Shane McDermott (Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach Central)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 265 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | C rank: 5 | Watch
College: Committed to Miami over South Florida, West Virginia, Vanderbilt and Stanford.
Breakdown: He is a solid offensive lineman with the versatility to play any of the interior positions but is best suited for center or guard. He has good toughness, physicality and athleticism. Shows good initial quicks. Really gets after down linemen and linebackers.
56 Kolton Houston (Buford, Ga./Buford)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 265 | ESPNU 150 rank: 82 | OG rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Georgia over Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Clemson, Auburn and Florida State.
Breakdown: He has the rare combination of agility, quickness and overall athleticism in an offensive lineman. He explodes out of his stance and delivers a jolting initial punch into the defender; he really uses his hands as a weapon. He gives great effort and is especially impressive making blocks downfield.
64 James Stone (Nashville, Tenn./Maplewood)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 297 | ESPNU 150 rank: 100 | OT rank: 9 | Watch
College: Considering Notre Dame, Auburn, Alabama, LSU and Tennessee
Breakdown: He's a very sound pass-protector who uses his hands and long arms as weapons to stop and control the pass-rusher. Athleticism is shown by running a speed-rusher well up the field to allow the quarterback to step up in the pocket. Also adjusts to inside slant move by flattening down and burying the rusher to the inside. Stone has great potential and can develop into a difference-maker at the offensive tackle position.
68 James Hurst (Plainfield, Ind./Plainfield)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 285 | ESPNU 150 rank: 119 | OT rank: 12 | Watch
College: Committed to North Carolina over Ohio State, Mississippi State, Florida, Georgia and Notre Dame
Breakdown: He has excellent reactions and picks up line stunts and blitzes like a seasoned veteran. He possesses strength and power at the point of attack, which often results in his opponent being knocked back off the line of scrimmage. He anchors down in pass protection and refuses to be bull-rushed.
70 Ja'Wuan James (Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 305 | ESPNU 150 rank: 92 | OT rank: 7 | Watch
College: Committed to Tennessee over Georgia, Alabama, Florida and UCLA
Breakdown: He is a raw but talented football player who has an extremely strong upper and lower body. He is an excellent zone-blocker who reaches to the outside edge of the opponent and maintains outside pad control. James delivers a jarring first punch to the pass-rusher, stopping him dead in his tracks and forcing him to restart.
71 Brent Benedict (Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 280 | ESPNU 150 rank: 105 | OT rank: 10 | Watch
College: Committed to Georgia over Florida, Miami, Tennessee, Notre Dame and USC.
Breakdown: He is a tall and physically impressive player who is very athletic for such a big man. He not only gets good movement at the point of attack, but can slip to linebacker depth fluidly, while maintaining balance and body control. Benedict shows great mobility and competitiveness by hustling to pick up blocks downfield.
72 Cam Feldt (Pilot Point, Texas/Pilot Point)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 290 | ESPNU 150 rank: 94 | OT rank: 8 | Watch
College: Committed to Arkansas.
Breakdown: He is a thick, hard-nosed offensive lineman who comes off the ball with authority. He packs a powerful first punch, which often moves the defensive lineman off the line of scrimmage. Feldt is the guy running backs love to run behind in short-yardage situations. He comes off the ball with low pads and churns his legs like pistons to maintain leverage on the man across from him.
73 Tavadis Glenn (Jacksonville, Fla./Raines)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 270 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | OT rank: 16
College: Committed to Miami
Breakdown: He is a good looking prospect who brings some versatility to the table. He plays on both sides of the ball in high school and could be recruited for either defensive tackle or offensive line. He is a solid defender who displays the ability to use his hands to keep some separation and can attack half-a-man and get into a gap and be disruptive.
75 Chaz Green (Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 286 | ESPNU 150 rank: 50 | OT rank: 3 | Watch
College: Considering Florida, USC, Ohio State, Tennessee and Georgia
Breakdown: Green is a prospect with a potentially bright future. Right off the bat he intrigues you with his size as he definitely looks the part. He is a big kid with ideal size and an impressive-looking frame. He oozes raw athleticism and displays exciting upside. His hulking size would lead you to believe he excels at this point as a punishing run-blocker, but he actually seems further along and more comfortable as a pass-blocker.
76 Torrian Wilson (Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 300 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | OG rank: 7
College: Recently de-committed from Stanford and is considering Michigan, Tennessee or South Florida
Breakdown: He is a big and strong offensive lineman. Wilson has great size and displays quick feet for a guy over 300 pounds. Often dominates smaller defensive lineman and drives them into linebacker level. Plays a little high but has a good motor and stays with his block 'til the whistle blows.

Defensive linemen
No. Player (City, State/School)
2 William Gholston (Detroit, Mich./Southeastern)
Height: 6-7 | Weight: 250 | ESPNU 150 rank: 25 | DE rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Michigan State over Ohio State, USC, Tennessee, Michigan and Oklahoma
Breakdown: He's a tall and physically impressive prospect. He will likely fit best as a defensive end in college but is also a tough linebacker. The versatile defender could cause problems coming off the edge with his build and athleticism.
43 Jackson Richards (Southlake, Texas/Carroll)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 235 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | DE rank: 35 | Watch
College: Committed to Texas Tech over LSU, UCLA, Kansas State and Colorado
Breakdown: From the heart of Texas, Richards is a good football player. He plays smart, uses his tools and can be a productive defender.
55 Corey Lemonier (Hialeah, Fla./Hialeah)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 221 | ESPNU 150 rank: 95 | DE rank: 11 | Watch
College: Considering Illinois, Florida State, Miami, Auburn and Tennessee
Breakdown: Lemonier is a physically good-looking kid who has the tools to leave blockers feeling bitter.
56 James Kittredge (Ramsey, N.J./Don Bosco)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 250 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | DT rank: 65 | Watch
College: Committed to Vanderbilt over Rutgers, South Carolina, Maryland, NC State and Pitt
Breakdown: He is a physical kid in taking on blocks and flashes the ability to come out of his stance and derive power from his lower body and shoot his hands.
77 Louis Nix (Jacksonville, Fla./Raines)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 318 | ESPNU 150 rank: 99 | DT rank: 8 | Watch
College: Committed to Notre Dame over Miami, Florida, Florida State, Michigan and Clemson
Breakdown: Nix is a big defensive tackle with some raw tools. He can do some things that really make you think he has elite talent when he is operating on all cylinders.
90 George Uko (Chino, Calif./Don Antonio Lugo)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 299 | ESPNU 150 rank: 59 | DT rank: 3 | Watch
College: Uko is most likely only considering USC and UCLA at this time. Cal, Oregon and Tennessee are also in the mix.
Breakdown: Uko has solid size and looks on film to have the frame to add more good bulk. He has a good get-off, but needs to be more consistent. You can expect Uko to make an exciting play, but you need to brace yourself for the fact that he may also run himself out of position.
91 Bronson Kaufusi (Provo, Utah/Timpview)
Height: 6-8 | Weight: 240 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | DE rank: 22 | Watch
College: Committed to BYU over Stanford
Breakdown: Kaufusi is a kid who certainly looks the part, as he possesses good size and is a tough defender versus the run.
93 Corey Miller (Duncan, S.C./James Byrnes)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 231 | ESPNU 150 rank: 45 | DE rank: 6 | Watch
College: Committed to Tennessee over Florida State, North Carolina, Clemson, South Carolina and Georgia
Breakdown: Miller is a high-motor and active defender, and blockers had better get a good night's sleep before facing him. He is a productive and good football player with upside. He can still be a bit raw in some areas.
95 Todd Chandler (Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 283 | ESPNU 150 rank: 62 | DT rank: 4
College: Committed to South Florida after de-committing from Miami.
Breakdown: Chandler shows that size isn't everything. He may lack ideal height, but he is a productive defensive tackle. He can be quick off the ball and use that lack of height to win the leverage battle and be disruptive in the trenches.

No. Player (City, State/School)
7 Christian Jones (Oviedo, Fla./Lake Howell)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 215 | ESPNU 150 rank: 27 | OLB rank: 2 | Watch
College: Considering Florida State, Florida, USC, Notre Dame and Tennessee
Breakdown: Jones is very explosive, versatile and athletic for his size and brings a lot of physical tools to the table for a program to mold into its scheme. He could put his hand down at the next level and be disruptive as an edge pass-rusher or play out of a two-point stance and make plays sideline-to-sideline with his intense motor and great acceleration.
11 Shaun Lewis (Missouri City, Texas/Hightower)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 197 | ESPNU 150 rank: 40 | OLB rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Oklahoma State over Texas A&M, LSU, Miami, Oklahoma and Notre Dame
Breakdown: Lewis is another undersized linebacker who should become one of the productive college 'backers in this class once his body fully develops. He has a lot of natural ability and makes very quick, reactive reads between the tackles that you simply can't coach. Consistently beats blockers to the point of attack with his great downhill burst and quickness. Lewis covers the whole field and is a very strong, reliable tackler.
44 Konrad Zagzebski (Schofield, Wis./D.C. Everest)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 220 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | ILB rank: 28 | Watch
College: Committed to Wisconsin over Minnesota and Northwestern
Breakdown: He is a very solid linebacker prospect with good upside and the coveted scheme versatility to potentially play both inside and outside; maybe an ideal OLB in a 3-4 defense with continued physical development. Has great height with a long, well-built frame that should fill out to the 240-pound range at the next level while retaining his current short-range speed and quickness.
48 Jeff Luc (Port St. Lucie, Fla./Treasure Coast)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 241 | ESPNU 150 rank: 6 | ILB rank: 1 | Watch
College: Committed to Florida State.
Breakdown: Luc is one of the more imposing middle linebackers we have seen in the past few recruiting classes. It's very difficult to find many physical flaws in his game and he is more than ready to make the jump to the next level right now. He displays awesome short-area power and strength at the point of attack and is just an explosive downhill filler. Luc is a textbook tackler who drives through ball carriers and really dishes out the punishment.
51 Michael Taylor (Atlanta, Ga./Westlake)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 193 | ESPNU 150 rank: 137 | OLB rank: 12 | Watch
College: Committed to Tennessee over Miami, LSU, Stanford, Georgia, Georgia Tech
Breakdown: Taylor may check in at less than 200 pounds, but he hits like a 240-pound linebacker and generates striking force in the short-area. He fills fast and hard between the tackles with good leverage and great short-area power. Consistently beats blockers to the hole with his great burst and direct angles to the football.

Defensive backs
No. Player (City, State/School)
1 Joshua Shaw (Palmdale, Calif./Palmdale)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 181 | ESPNU 150 rank: 33 | CB rank: 3 | Watch
College: Committed to Florida over USC, Ohio State, LSU, Notre Dame and Washington
Breakdown: Shaw is a very good, natural athlete and skilled two-way prospect. He has good height and a longer, leaner frame that should continue to fill out well. On defense, we like his height and ball skills as a deep zone defender. He has the physical tools to develop into a good press corner; he excels at rerouting receivers off the line.
3 Lamarcus Joyner (Miami, Fla./Saint Thomas Aquinas)
Height: 5-8 | Weight: 165 | ESPNU 150 rank: 5 | CB rank: 1
College: Committed to Florida State over Ohio State and Florida.
Breakdown: He may have some of the best pure play speed in this cornerback class. He displays great range and recovery burst. Explosive, physical and very balanced versus the run and pass. He rarely covers grass and seems to constantly be around the football making the big play. Joyner is a great competitor who plays the game fast and physical on every snap.
4 Dietrich Riley (La Canada, Calif./Saint Francis)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 196 | ESPNU 150 rank: 112 | S rank: 10 | Watch
College: Considering USC, Florida, Tennessee, Notre Dame and UCLA
Breakdown: He has tremendous instincts as a defensive back; he reads and reacts instantly. Breaks quickly in run support and doesn't shy away from delivering the hit on the ball-carrier. Takes good angles and transitions in the open field. He turns his hips and changes direction fluidly. Displays closing and catch up speed; runs down ball carriers that break contain or receivers from the opposite side of the field.
5 Cody Riggs (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Saint Thomas Aquinas)
Height: 5-8 | Weight: 154 | ESPNU 150 rank: 72 | CB rank: 7 | Watch
College: Committed to Florida over Georgia, Tennessee and Notre Dame, among others.
Breakdown: He shows very good footwork, speed and quickness on the perimeter. A quick-twitched athlete. Fluid pedal and he transitions smoothly in breaking underneath with little wasted motion.
9 Alec Ogletree (Newnan, Ga./Newnan)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 214 | ESPNU 150 rank: 34 | S rank: 5 | Watch
College: Committed to Georgia over Miami, Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Georgia Tech
Breakdown: He is an active player in the secondary and on special teams. He has the size of an outstanding linebacker with safety speed. He attacks the line of scrimmage quickly in run support while keeping leverage and tempo on the ball.
17 Nick Dew (Virginia Beach, Va./First Colonial)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 190 | ESPNU 150 rank: 51 | S rank: 6 | Watch
College: Committed to Virginia Tech over Kentucky, West Virginia, Louisville, Maryland and Virginia
Breakdown: He has a great blend of speed, quickness and athleticism. Dew is a tall, intimidating figure who excels as an edge blitzer. He times his get-off and flushes the quarterback out of the pocket, makes the sack or forces the quarterback to release the football early.
21 Ryan Ayers (Douglasville, Ga./South Paulding)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 175 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | CB rank: 15 | Watch
College: Committed to Georgia Tech over Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi State, North Carolina and Auburn
Breakdown: He is an impressive defensive back; he shows the acceleration and speed of a corner and the range, ball-hawking skills and physicality sought-after in a free safety. Has just adequate size but he plays much bigger and his leaner, rangier frame should continue to physically develop well.

No. Player (City, State/School)
22 Kip Smith (Broomfield, Colo./Legacy)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 200 | ESPNU 150 rank: NR | K rank: 2 | Watch
College: Committed to UCLA over Minnesota, Colorado, Arizona State and Kansas State
Breakdown: Smith gets good hang time on his punts and will be a dual threat at the college level. He is very powerful and sits back well on punts, which allows him to get big hang times.

Head coach: Ted Marchibroda (Former head coach of Baltimore Colts, Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens)
Offensive coordinator: Dave Levy (Won four national titles with USC and coached in NFL)
Defensive coordinator: Rex Norris (Over 30 years in college -- OU, Florida, Tennessee -- and NFL)
Quarterbacks coach: Thad MacNeal (Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood)
Running backs coach: Justin Kramer (Little Rock, Ark./Little Rock Christian Academy)
Wide receivers (slots) coaches: John Brantley (Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic)
Wide receivers (wideouts) coaches: Tim Glanton (Douglasville, Ga./South Paulding)
Tight ends/special teams coach: John Papas (Welleslet, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols)
Offensive line coach: Daryl Jones (UA combine coach from Georgia)
Defensive line coach: Donshell English (Detroit/Southeastern)
Inside linebackers coach: Aaron Sheppard (Port Saint Lucie, Fla./Treasure Coast)
Outside linebackers coach: Archie Collins (Detroit/Southeastern)
Cornerbacks coach: Don Cox (UA combine coach from Florida)
Safeties coach: Jon Drummond (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Miami Jackson)
Special teams coordinator (both teams): Joe Avezzano (three-time NFL special teams coach of the year)