Super 30: Week 1 recap...
By Robert Przybylo
We took a break Sunday from our Super 30 recruiting package. With all the all-star games going on and Jenni’s top-notch scholar athlete package, didn’t have room for anything else.
We’re back up on the 30 top football recruits for the Class of 2011 on Monday with No. 25.
To recap, here’s what we’ve seen so far…
No. 30 Brandon Swindall, Millwood: Even with likes of Josh Turner sharing the same field, it’s Swindall who is the Falcons’ No. 1 receiving target. It took a while for Swindall to believe he could do it, but he knows he can now. For Ryan Aber’s story on Swindall, go here.
No. 29 LaRone Richardson, Bishop McGuinness: He’d be rollin’ in offers if he was healthy last year at RB. As is, he looks like himself again and is poised for a great summer and and even better fall. For my story on Richardson, go here.
No. 28 Jabral Johnson, Lawton: One of several recruits who have a vested interest in the whole conference realignment breakdown. Johnson ended the drama early by committing to Arizona in February. For my story on Johnson, go here.
No. 27 Steven Carpenter, Jenks: One of the best WRs in the state but is being hampered by the fact most schools think he is only 170 pounds instead of 190. A solid prospect with great hands. For Justin Harper’s story on Carpenter, go here.
No. 26 Derrick Alexander, Booker T.: It’s a new era for the Hornets under head coach Darrell Hall (formerly of Star Spencer) and Alexander’s mad skills will make sure the defense is not a weakness. For Scott Wright’s story on Alexander, go here.
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