2010 recruiting class

Prep
DB Davonte Anderson (5-foot-8, 160 pounds, Corona, Calif./Lutheran HS): Anderson had 35 tackles and two interceptions his senior season at Lutheran. He was a high school teammate of fellow freshman receiver Scott Williams..
DB Lyle Beloney (5-10, 180, Katy, Texas/Seven Lakes HS)
LB Casey Brewer (6-2, 210, McAlpin, Fla./Lafayette HS)
OT Zachary Carrasco-Burge (6-5, 280/Whittier, Calif/Servite HS)
DB Jordan Crockett (5-6, 160, Wesley Chapel, Fla./Berkeley Prep HS): Crockett had 13 catches for 240 yards and three touchdowns and made 28 tackles for Berkeley as a senior.
RB Julian Crockett (5-8, 168, Wesley Chapel, Fla./Berkeley Prep HS): Crockett rushed for 958 yards and six touchdowns for Berkeley as a senior.
FS Tyler Dickson (6-0, 189, Mansfield, Ohio/Lexington HS): Could be the heir apparent to Donovan Travis at free safety. Army coach Rich Ellerson is very high on Dickson and he could immediately get into the mix as Travis’ primary backup.
DB Kyle Dravis  (5-9, 175, Orange, Calif./Orange HS)
LB Alfred Fields (6-0, 195, West Palm Beach, Fla./Suncoast HS)
WR Casey Hughes (6-1, 165, Reading, Pa./Governor Mifflin HS)
QB Cody Jackson (6-0, 200,  San Lorenzo, Calif./Junipero Serra HS)
C Shelby Jackson (6-2, 270, Rockledge, Fla./Rockledge HS): Army’s future center. Jackson originally signed with FCS Bethune-Cookman until it released its head coach.
LB Clayton Keller (6-2, 220,  Lakeville, Conn./Salisbury School)
DE Robert Kough (6-3, 220,  Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Colony HS)
RB Raymond Maples Fr. (6-1, 200, Philadelphia, Pa./West Philadelphia Catholic HS)
RB Marcus McInerney (5-11, 190, Stamford, Conn.): McInerney rushed for 977 yards his senior season.
LB Colby Miller (6-1, 205, Phenix City, Ala./Smiths Station HS)
DB Brandon Porter (5-7, 160, Laplace, La./John Curtis Christian HS): Porter had 49 tackles and three interceptions in his senior season at Curtis. Was a point guard on the basketball team.
LB Clay Rutherford (6-2, 210, Marietta, Ga./Kell HS)
DT Michael Sikorski (6-foot, 230, Temecula, Calif./Chaparral HS)
WR Justin Trimble (6-0, 185, Ashburn, Va./O’Connell HS): Brother of Army’s all-time leading receiver Jeremy and current safety, Jordan. Offensive coordinator Ian Shields sees Trimble as a wide receiver. Ellerson may have the final say and let Trimble learn under Jordan in the secondary. Justin punted at Army Prep.
DB E-Jay Tucker (5-11, 205, Morganville, N.J./Marlboro HS)
LB James Tully (6-1, 205, Park City, Utah/Battle Ground Academy HS)
LB Corey Watts (5-11, 220 Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny HS)
OT Daniel Whitaker (6-3, 250, San Ramon, Calif./California HS)
WR Scott Williams (5-8, 160 Villa Park, Calif./Lutheran HS)
QB Zack Williams (5-11, 210, Van Alstyne, Texas/Melissa HS)

Direct
RB Cameron Carter (5-10, 195, Dakota Dunes, S.D./Dakota Valley)
DB Jonathan Crucitti (5-11, 185, Salisbury, N.C./West Rowan HS): West Rowan (N.C.): Caught a Rowan County-record 79 passes for 1,262 yards in 2009.
K  Billy Fisher (6-1, 170, Canfield, Ohio)
WR James Holland (6-1, 200, Renton, Wash./Hazen HS): Holland placed third in the Washington 3A state 110-meter hurdles as a senior; first-team, all-league running back, ran for more than 1,000 yards and scored 13 touchdowns.
RB Scott Jones (5-10, 184, St. Augustine, Fla./St. Joseph Academy
OL Shane Jones (6-1, 270, Van Alstyne, Texas/Van Alstyne HS)
OL Colin Joy (6-3, 230 West Islip, N.Y./St. John Baptist HS)
DE Ryan Kalnins (6-1, 210, Watertown, Conn./Holy Cross HS)
DE Quentin Kantaris (6-2, 205,  Moorpark, Calif.)
OL Michael Kime (6-2, 230, Zionsville, Ind./Culver Academies HS)
WR Patrick Laird (6-3, 195,  Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury HS): Caught 32 passes for 786 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. He also made 47 straight extra points to start the season.
QB Matt Luetjen (6-1, 205, Hennessey, Okla.): Rushed for 1,366 yards and passed for 1,260 yards in a spread offense his senior season.
OLB Ryan McCollum (6-1, 224, Cortland, Ohio/Kennedy HS)
WR Jared McFarlin (6-5, 195, Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury HS): Don’t let McFarlin’s senior numbers (12 catches, 186 yards, two TDs) fool you. He’s a player with a high ceiling. One local coach said he wouldn’t be surprise if McFarlin is in the receiver mix by the end of the 2010 season.
DL Mitch McKearn (6-3, 215, West Point, N.Y./James I. O’Neill HS)
DE Keegan Merrigan (6-3, 235, Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton HS)
WR Dylan Mohamed (5-10, 175 Brawley, Calif./Brawley Union HS)
QB Reggie Nesbit (6-2, 190, Indianapolis, Ind./Park Tudor HS): Nesbit’s position could be an error because he played tight end and linebacker at Park Tudor. Nesbit had 32 receptions for 629 yards and nine TDs and made 119 tackles his senior season. He also helped the school’s basketball team to the Indiana state 2A title game.
OL Richard Rainey (6-4, 240, Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge HS)
OL Zach Reichert (6-2, 270, Quincy, Ill./Quincy Notre Dame HS)
DE Victor Ripley (6-4, 230, Glen Allen, Va./Henrico HS)
WR Luke Schumacher (6-3, 170 Indianapolis, Ind./Culver Academies HS)
OL Matthew Strack (6-4, 285, Champaign, Ill./Centennial HS)
OT John Szott (6-3, 265, Aurora, Ill./Waubonsie Valley HS)
LB Hayden Tippett (5-11, 215, Tempe, Ariz./McClintock HS)
DL C.J. Tobin (6-3, 225, Hope Mills, N.C./South View HS): Father, Charles is Sergeant Major in the Army, who is stationed at Ft. Bragg, N.C. First-team All-Cape Fear defensive lineman and catcher as a senior. Made 67 tackles and  hit .429 with 25 RBI.
QB J.R. Woodward (6-4, 185, Anna, Ill./Anna-Jonesboro HS): Woodward rushed for 13 touchdowns and threw for six scores in 2009. He averaged 11.1 points and 6.5 rebounds in his senior season. Woodward took sixth in the state 1A 300-meter hurdles this spring.
OL Brian Zalneraitis (6-2, 220, Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock HS)

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