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Coach Schuman's Top 50 (#31-40) - New Jersey NUC East Five Star

Coach Schuman's Top 50 (#31-40) - New Jersey Five Star

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Coach Schuman's Top 50 (#31-40) - New Jersey Five Star

Courtesy: David Schuman / National Underclassmen Combine
          Release: April 04, 2012
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ROBBINSVILLLE, N.J -- On Sunday, high school football prospects from across the Eastern Seaboard converged on Ro, La. as they sought to showcase their skills in the NUC Five-Star Showcase. NUC President and CEO Dave Schuman along with NUC National Recruiting Analyst Barry Every evaluated the top players at the camp at Robbinsville Field House as several players performed in hopes of improving their stock in the all-important recruiting process.
Less than 200 players were chosen for the event, where they took part in one-on-ones and various other drills, to be evaluated by the coaches. From the pool of players that participated, MVPs were chosen for each position, in addition to the one player who exemplified leadership among his peers.
Here is 40-31:
40) Nick Sorrenti of Maine-Endwell, N.J. is a powerful fullback who is a real threat as a receiver out of the backfield. He's a great athlete at 5-11, 230 -- a D1 fullback.
39) Cam Queiro of Bergen Catholic, N.J. is an athletic linebacker with great upside as a member of the Class of 2014. At 5-11, 186, Queiro has great instincts and will be a big recruit.
38) Charles Simons of Leonia, N.J. is a sure-handed receiver with fantastic body control at 6-0, 182. He runs excellent routes and has good top-end speed.
37) Eric Tetlow of Mills E. Godwin in Va. is an offensive lineman with great size at 6-5, 290. He has a decent punch.
36) Costo Toubakis of Dexter School in Mass. is a tough, strong offensive lineman at 6-1 ½, 283. He's physical and has a nice pass set.
35) Darius Roper of St. Anthony in N.J. is an athletic defensive end at 6-1, 232. He's great off the ball, has fantastic quickness and fast hands.
34) Aaron Glover of Princess Anne in Va. is a stud athletic linebacker at 5-10 ½, 198. Part of the Class of 2014, Glover is very strong and fast - runs like a DB. He's a high intensity player.
33) Kyle Queiro of Bergen Catholic in N.J. is an excellent athlete who is a top recruited safety but competed at wide receiver in the showcase. At 6-2, 185, he has great change of direction skills, is very fast and has great separation. Must work on his hands.
32) Dubois Ross of Piux X in Penn. is a speedy, explosive receiver at 5-11, 173. A fantastic athlete, he may be better suited for DB at the next level. He's generated interest from top programs but has yet to garner an offer.
31) Josh Morris of La Salle Academy in Rhode Island is an athlete who is a prototypical slot back at 5-9 ½, 174. He was amazing in the one-on-ones and has excellent speed. He's a bigger version of Wes Welker.
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