JJHuddle 2014 Top 100: Nos. 40-36

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ScoutOhio2014Who are Ohio’s Top 100 senior football prospects heading into the 2014 season? Here’s our take – right now. Thanks to the staffs at JJHuddle and ScoutingOhio, this is the state’s most comprehensive list of talent heading into the summer camp season. Come signing day, expect to see these names in ink.

1367933269Please keep in mind…this is by no means a list of the Top 100 Ohio High School Football Players. “Prospects” and “Players” differ greatly. There are some names on this list that may shock you and others you expect. Some that have outrageous stats and some that don’t have any. They’re all here for a reason though. They have the potential to play on Saturdays on scholarship, which brings us to this…Who will be ranked No. 1? Who will be ranked in the Top 10? Who will be ranked where?

From May 19-June 13 we will release five names each weekday.

In August, we will re-rank the prospects (following camp/summer season) and release the JJHuddle Top 200.

To continue the 2014 countdown, here’s a look at the latest five names to know….

2014 JJHuddle Top 100

36. George Brown, 6’6, 249, OL, WINTON WOODS

Offers: Alabama, Kentucky, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, Illinois, Louisville, Indiana, Clemson, Kansas State, Arizona State, Baylor, Boston College, Florida, Kent State, Akron, Syracuse, North Carolina, West Virginia, Michigan State, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Ohio, Missouri, Marshall, Duke, Georgia, Auburn, Texas, TCU, Rutgers

37. Liam McCullough, 6’3, 230, ATH, WORTHINGTON KILBOURNE

Offers: Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Kentucky

38. Nico Lautanen, 6’4, 265, DT, MENTOR

Offers: Akron, Toledo, Ohio, Bowling Green, Miami of Ohio, Kent State

39. Ben Glines, 6’1, 200, FS/SS, ST XAVIER

Committed: Boston College

Offers: Boston College, Akron, Western Michigan, Toledo, Ball State

40. Ted Stieber, 6’6, 300, OL, ARCHBISHOP HOBAN

Offers: Kent State, Toledo, Western Michigan, Akron, Marshall, Miami of Ohio, Buffalo, Rutgers, Ohio, Bowling Green, Syracuse

NOs. 100-96

NOs. 95-91

NOs. 90-86

NOs. 85-81

NOs. 80-76

NOs. 75-71

NOs. 70-66

NOs. 65-61

NOs. 60-56

NOs. 55-51

NOs. 50-46

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2 thoughts on “JJHuddle 2014 Top 100: Nos. 40-36

  1. john

    I hope that on your top 100 prospects list, you consider some players from smaller public schools like Joseph Alessi from south range. After this season as a 1st Team All Ohio RB and the NE Inland Districts Offensive Player of the Year, and the fact that he ran a 4.39 40 at the Ohio State Camp on June 8th 2014 and was a former JJ Huddle Player of the Week finalist and Winner this season in Week 4 and 6, he should appear somewhere on your list…especially if players like CJ Amile from Youngstown Mooney make it….I’ve seen both these players on the field last season, and saw them both at Ohio State, and Alessi clearly outshines and out performs CJ….I’m beginning to wonder if their isn’t discrimination against white RBs anymore. It is a shame to see so much hype on kids that really don’t deserve it. Anyone who followed football this year knows that CJ couldn’t beat out Mark Handle last season, yet he makes your top 100 prospects, and kids like Alessi go virtually unnoticed…it is a shame.

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    • Eric Frantz Post author

      From your own post you can see that we like Alessi (nominations and winner of Player of the Week). This list is by no means a top football “player” list…it’s a “prospect” list. Very different.

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