Ohio home to nation’s top 2011 class? Juniors racking up offers at record pace


Canton McKinley’s Steve Miller is one of nine juniors who have commited already. (Photo by scoutingohio.com)

How good is Ohio’s high school football Class of 2011? You be the judge.
To date, 97 juniors from the Buckeye State have earned at least one
scholarship offer from NCAA Division I schools. That’s right…97!

How good is Ohio’s high school football Class of 2011? You be the judge. To date, 97 juniors from the Buckeye State have earned at least one scholarship offer from NCAA Division I schools. That’s right…97!

Heading into the final stages of March, nine players in the Class of 2011 have already committed to colleges, while 88 more have options.

That is a ridiculous number and shows the depth and talent in Ohio heading into the 2010 football season.

Here are the nine players who have committed:
DerJuan Gambrell, DB, Toledo Rogers, Ohio State
Greg Brown, DB, Fremont Ross, Michigan
Christopher Carter Jr., OL, Cleveland JFK, Ohio State
Antonio Underwood, OL, Shaker Heights, Ohio State
Kenny Hayes,DE, Toledo Whitmer, Ohio State
Steve Miller, DE, Canton McKinley, Ohio State
Chase Farris, Ath, Elyria, Ohio State
Brad Carrico, DE, Dublin Coffman, Notre Dame
Mike Replogle, LB, Centerville, Indiana

Here are the other 88:

Braxton Miller, Wayne,
Cardale Jones, Glenville
Cole Stoudt, Dublin Coffman
Patrick Coyne, Hamilton Badin
Connor Cook, Walsh Jesuit
Marcus Graham, Trotwood Madison
Tyler Williams, Cincinnati Colerain 
Trayion Durham, Cincinnati Colerain
Percy Johnson, Kenston
Rico Butler, Hilliard Davidson 
David Fulcher, William Mason (Cincinnati)
Kyle Hammonds, Solon
Devin Smith, Massillon Washington
A.J Jordan, Trotwood Madison
Roger Williamson, Dayton Dunbar
Shaq Washington, Maple Heights
Shane Wynn, Glenville
Jeremey Whitlow, Cleveland Central Catholic
Landon Smith, Girard
Justin Olack, Massillon Washington
Andre Stubbs, Maple Heights
Brian Cleckley, Hamilton
Kenny Lewis, Hamilton
NIck Vannett, Westerville Central
Ray Hamilton, Strongsville  
Darien Bryant, Pickerington North
Kevin Brewton, Akron Garfield 
Benson Browne, Walnut Hills
Rakim Reed, Canton Timken 
Zach Steinmetz, St Johns (Toledo) 
Aundrey Walker, Glenville
Chris Boles. Jr, Toledo Central Catholic
Donavon Clark, Finneytown
Justin Murray, Sycamore 
Chase Hounshell, Mentor Lake Catholic
Ryan Kelly, Lakota West
Adam Redmond, Walsh Jesuit
Kyle Cameron, Toledo Central Catholic
Alex Huettel, Pickerington North
Geoff Mogus, St Edward
Austin Vogt, Delphos St Johns
Jamare Mills, Dublin Scioto
Andrew Bohan, Avon Lake
Chris Rock, St Francis DeSales (Columbus)
Joel Heath, Mount Healthy
Jarrett Grace, Cincinnati Colerain
Jesse Hayes, Archbishop Moeller
Eric Price, Wyoming
Keith Heitzman, Hilliard Davidson
Bryan Baird, Bellbrook
Brian Mihalik, Avon Lake
Max Pirman, Orrville
Jack Miller, St Johns (Toledo)
Mike Bennett, Centerville
Robert Mincey, Fairfield Senior 
Kevin Williams, Springfield Local
Tony Davis, Wyoming  
Brandon Mitchell, Withrow 
Kyle Rose, Centerville  
Collin Perchinske, Padua Franciscan 
Tommy Brown, Akron Firestone 
Trey DePriest, Springfield 
Antonio Poole, Winton Woods 
Marquise Vann, Fairfield Senior 
Nicholas Grigsby, Trotwood-Madison
Steven Daniels, St Xavier 
Zack Shaw, Coshocton 
Ben Russell, Oak Hills 
Jake Lindsey, Cincinnati Elder 
Kendall Walker, Cincinnati Moeller
Matt Redfield, Bishop Watterson 
Austin Traylor, Walnut Ridge 
Shaquil Petteway, Steubenville 
Andre Sturdivant, Glenville 
Deonte Gibson, St Edward 
Andrew Smith, Cincinnati Colerain 
Johnny Lowdermilk, Carrollton 
Anthony Smith, Zanesville 
Sean Duggan, St Xavier 
Doran Grant, Akron St Vincent St Mary
Chris Dukes, Cincinnati Colerain 
Darius Patton, Poland Seminary 
Eddie Norrils, St Johns (Toledo)
Ronald Tanner II, Eastmoor Academy 
Eilar Hardy, Pickerington Central 
Darius Hillary, Sycamore
Josh McClain, Northmont
Robby Coury, St. Edward


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *