We continue our series on Ohio’s top 2010 football prospects with a
look at the players ranked No. 6 though No. 10. This group includes highly recruited Cleveland St. Ignatius LB Scott McVey. We have video links as well for each of
Yesterday we revealed 2010 high school football prospects ranked from 16th to 25th in Ohio.
we are back to count down the prospects ranked from sixth to 10th. Mark
Porter of ScoutingOhio.com and Recruiting Analyst Bill Kurelic have
collaborated on this list.
* 6. Scott McVey, linebacker, Cleveland St. Ignatius –
McVey (6-1, 220) McVey was one-man wrecking crew at outside linebacker
in St. Ignatius’ Division I state championship game win over Cincinnati
Elder. He had eight tackles, including 4-1/2 sacks, and also had an
interception. For the year, he had 94 tackles and 35 tackles-for-loss.
* 7. Christian Bryant, athlete, Cleveland Glenville – Bryant
(5-11, 174, 4.53) may be the next top defensive back recruit out of
Glenville. He was impressive at the U.S. Army All-American combine down
in San Antonio. He reportedly has been offered by Stanford and
Tennessee and is also looking at Cincinnati, Ohio State, Maryland,
Michigan State, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin.
* 8. J.T. Moore, defensive end, Youngstown Boardman –
Moore (6-4, 230, 4.75) was the first 2010 player to commit to Ohio
State. He verbaled to the Buckeyes in mid-September. He had 33 tackles
as a junior.
* 9. Andrew Donnal, offensive lineman, Whitehouse Anthony Wayne —
Donnal (6-7, 265, 4.9) is a rangy offensive line prospect. He already
had offers from the likes of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland,
Michigan State and Stanford. He was also looking at Ohio State and
* 10. Spencer Ware, quarterback/athlete prospect, Cincinnati Princeton — Ware (5-11, 210, 4.48) threw for 2,200 yards and rushed for almost 1,000 during his sophomore season. Ware also threw for just under 2,000 yards during his junior season. Ware does not have prototype size, which has many schools recruiting him as an “athlete’ including Ohio State. The Buckeyes have offered a scholarship as have Cincinnati, Wisconsin and Duke.
out the related links at the bottom of the page for over 20 minutes of
new video of Ware highlighting him on defense and as a runner and as a