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Published: February 4, 2010
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Brennan Clay RB 6-0 193

San Diego 4 stars

His ability to run and catch will put him on the field quickly.

Roy Finch RB 5-8 175

Niceville, Fla. 4 stars

Like Clay, he’s too talented not to play right away.

Eric Humphrey DT 6-4 273

Dallas 4 stars

Lack of depth at tackle could thrust him into the rotation.

Bronson Irwin OL 6-4 320

Mustang 4 stars

With strong spring, could vie for a starting job at guard.

Tony Jefferson DB 6-0 200

Chula Vista, Calif. 4 stars

Could develop into a Roy Williams


Justin McCay WR 6-3 200

Shawnee, Kan. 4 stars

A little raw, but athleticism might get him into the receiving rotation.

Corey Nelson LB 6-0 210

Dallas 4 stars

The steal of this class, Nelson makes an immediate splash.

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Geneo GrissomDE6-4230

Hutchison, Kan.4 stars

Sooners are deep at end, but Grissom is a future star.

Austin HaywoodTE6-4245

Southmoore4 stars

Assuming he qualifies, Haywood has enough talent to get on the field.

Trey MillardTE6-2245

Columbia, Mo.4 stars

Depth issues at tight end are gone with him and Haywood.

Kenny StillsWR6-2175

Carlsbad, Calif.4 stars

Spring will be telling, but Stills is most polished WR in this class.


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