2010 Senior Football Players To Watch: Outside Linebackers

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Steubenville’s Jesse Birden packs plenty of punch for Big Red.

Today we continue featuring some of Ohio’s Top Senior Football Players
heading into the 2010 regular season. We’ll release a position a day
over the next three weeks and culminate
the countdown with the release of the Ohio High Top 200 Seniors for the
Class of 2011 on May 24.


Today we continue featuring some of Ohio’s Top Senior Football Players heading into the 2010 regular season.

We’ll release a position a day over the next three weeks and culminate the countdown with the release of the Ohio High Top 200 Seniors for the Class of 2011 on May 24.

The positional lists are in no specific order and a player’s inclusion does not guarantee his inclusion in the Top 200. These articles however do include several players that will be named to the prestigious list.

The Ohio Class of 2011 is one of note and could go down as Ohio’s top football recruiting class ever. Last year, 170 Ohio seniors got D-I scholarships. This year, 108 already have offers.

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Austin Traylor, Walnut Ridge
Shaquil Petteway, Steubenville 
Andre Sturdivant, Glenville
Sean Duggan, St Xavier
Deonte Gibson, St Edward
Andrew Smith, Cincinnati Colerain
Percy Johnson, Kenston
Johnny Lowdermilk, Carrollton
Anthony Smith, Zanesville
Trent Toothman, Salem
Jesse Birden, Steubenville
Mark Murphy, St Vincent St Mary
Devante Strickland, Marion Franklin
Cody Latimer, Dayton Jefferson
Erich Myers, Mason
Jordan Leininger, Delphos St. John’s
Anthony Quinn, Sylvania Southview
Joe Germano, Athens
Justin Winters, Kettering Alter
Ryan Rattay, Toledo St. Johns
Jerry Miles, Dublin Scoito

OTHER POSITIONS

Safety

Cornerbacks

Outside
Linebackers

Middle
Linebackers

Defensive
Tackles

Defensive
Ends

Offensive
Line

Tight
Ends

Wide
Receivers

Running
Backs

COMPLETE
RECRUITING DATABASE

OHIO HIGH’S TOP 200 ISSUE   
The
2010 Top 200 list will be released on May 24. To get instant access, click here to subscribe.

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