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NUC Class of 2013 Ultimate160 - The Top 160 Players in the Country

NUC Class of 2013 Ultimate160 - The Top 160 Players in the Country

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NUC Class of 2013 Ultimate160 - The Top 160 Players in the Country

Courtesy: Barry Every / National Underclassmen Combine
          Release: July 23, 2012
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The National Underclassmen is proud to unveil the second addition of the Ultimate150. As you can tell the U150 has been expanded to an U160. Each member of the U160 is worth a total of 1.5 points towards his team recruiting rankings. Additionally we have selected the ten highest ranked NUC participants that just missed the U160. They will also give their future college 1.5 points towards the team recruiting rankings.
There are 42 new members of NUC Ultimate160 from all around the country. Texas still leads the way with 17 members in the U160 followed closely by Florida (16) and California (15). Georgia remains in fourth with ten prospects in the U160 followed by Ohio with eight. Louisiana and Pennsylvania each have seven prospects. They are followed very closely by Illinois and Virginia with six a piece. Alabama, Maryland, and Washington all have five representatives in the new NUC Ultimate160. There are 40 different states represented in the U160 rankings.
These rankings will be updated two more times prior to signing day on February, 6, 2013. They will be updated during the middle of the season and towards the end of January prior to National Signing Day. We wish every member of the U160 and those who just missed the U160 a successful senior season.
 
 
Chase Abbington#, RB, Ft. Zumwalt South, MO Abbington ran for 1,459 yards and 27 scores.
Montravius Adams, DL, Dooly County, GA Adams had stellar performance in AT&T Georgia Junior Bowl.
Mackensie Alexander#, DB, Immokalee, FL Alexander was named First Team 5A All-State
Jonathan Allen, DL, Stone Bridge, VA Allen recorded over 100 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior.
Alex Anzalone#, LB, Wyomissing Area, PA Anzalone was named First Team AA All-State.
Marcell Ateman, WR, Wylie East, TX He recorded 67 catches for 1,047 yards and ten scores.
Aaron Bailey, QB, Bolingbrook, IL Bailey accounted for over 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns.
Alvin Bailey#, WR, Armwood, FL Bailey accounted for 2,151 yards of offense and 21 touchdowns.
Josh Banderas, LB, Lincoln Southwest, NE He recorded 106 tackles, four sacks, and three picks.
Sean Barton#, DB, Woods Cross, UT Barton recorded 119 tackles and had 1,316 yards of offense.
Kendell Beckwith, LB, East Feliciana, LA Two-way star threw for over 1,000 yards, rushed for over 700 yards while recording more than 40 tackles.
Vonn Bell#, DB, Ridgeland, GA He was named First Team All-State.
Kenny Bigelow, DL, Eastern Christian Academy, MD He recorded an amazing 20 sacks this past season.
Hunter Bivin#, OL, Apollo, KY Bivin was named First Team All-State.
Kyle Bolin, QB, Lexington Catholic, KY Bolin threw for 3,400 yards and 34 touchdowns.
Joey Bosa#, DL, St. Thomas Aquinas, FL Bosa was named First Team 7A All-State.
Kyle Bosch, OL, St. Francis, IL Bosch was named 5A First Team All-State.
Joshua Boutte#, OL, Westgate, LA Boutte is a massive run blocking guard.
Adam Breneman, TE, Cedar Cliff, PA He has already caught 142 passes for 2,244 yards and 22 touchdowns in his career.
Max Browne, QB, Skyline, WA Browne completed 70% of his passes for 4,034 yards while throwing 45 touchdowns.
Greg Bryant, RB, American Heritage, FL He made Florida 3A First Team All-State.
Larenz Bryant#, LB, Vance, NC Bryant Was named NC First Team All-State.
Cameron Burrows, DB, Trotwood-Madison, OH He recorded 46 tackles, 12 PBU's and four picks on the season.
Devin Butler, DB, Gonzaga, DC Butler was named First Team All-Conference.
Jake Campos#, OL, Valley, IA Campos helped guide Valley to the IHSAA 4A State Championship.
Aaron Cochran, OL, Buhach Colony, CA He guided team to (12-1) record paving the way for over 300 rushing yards per game.
Stacy Coley#, WR, Northeast, FL Coley was named Second Team 7A All-State.
Antonio Connor#, DB, South Panola, MS Connor was named First Team 6A All-State.
Sean Constantine, LB, Bellevue, WA He was named 3A First Team All-State linebacker.
Chans Cox, LB, Blue Ridge, AZ Cox starred on both sides of the ball recording 61 tackles and rushing for 682 yards.
Su'a Cravens, DB, Vista Murrieta, CA Cravens was a one man wrecking crew recording 96 tackles while rushing for 673 yards and catching 20 passes for 339 yards.
Rod Crayton, DL, Dadeville, AL Crayton had 162 tackles and ten sacks.
Justin Davis, RB, Lincoln, CA Davis ran for 2,380 yards and 36 scores.
David Dawson, OL, Cass Tech, MI Dawson just transferred back from Cy-Ridge, TX.
John Diarse, DB, Neville, LA He led his team to the LHSAA 5A State Championship with 2,011 yards of offense and 21 touchdowns.
Standish Dobard, TE, Karr, LA He led his team to the LHSAA 4A Finals.
Corn Elder, ATH, Ensworth, TN Elder led team to state championship with 2,500 yards of offense.
Steve Elmer, OL, Midland, MI Elmer was selected First Team All-State.
Holland Fisher, LB, Clover Hill, VA Fisher had a great performance at NUC Five-Star Showcase.
Kylie Fitts, DL, East Valley, CA Fitts recorded 79 tackles and 8.5 sacks on the season.
Keith Ford, RB, Cypress Ranch, TX Ford ran for 921 yards and 12 scores this past season.
Robert Foster, WR, Central Valley, PA Had 37 catches for 584 yards and five scores while recording 57 tackles.
Reuben Foster, LB, Auburn, AL Foster recorded 185 tackles and 14 sacks on the season.
Chris Fox, OL, Ponderosa, CO Fox was named First Team All-State by the Denver Post.
Kendall Fuller, DB, Good Counsel, MD Fuller was Named First Team All-State.
Ahmad Fulwood, WR, Bishop Kenny, FL He caught 46 passes for 1,141 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Jeremiah Gaines, TE, Red Oak, TX Gaines caught 34 passes for 767 yards and seven touchdowns.
Nate Gerry#, ATH, Washington, SD Gerry caught 35 passes for 637 yards and eight scores while recording 70 tackles.
Shelton Gibson, WR, Cleveland Heights, OH Gibson is one of the fastest football players in Ohio.
Isaiah Golden, DL, Elysian Fields, TX He was named First Team All-District 8-2A.
Austin Golson, OL, Prattville, AL Golson was named First Team 6A All-State.
Tahaan Goodman#, DB, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Goodman had 45 tackles on the season.
Derwin Gray, OL, Friendship Collegiate, DC Gray is coming back this fall after missing last season.
Derrick Green, RB, Hermitage, VA Green was named First Team All-Area Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Ryan Green, RB, St. Pete Catholic, FL Green was named First-Team Pinellas County running back.
Derrick Griffin, WR, Terry, TX Griffin caught 36 passes for 509 yards and 12 scores.
Vernon Hargreaves, III, DB, Wharton, FL This two-way star had over 500 yards of offense and 10 touchdowns along with 49 tackles.
Jason Hatcher, DL, Trinity, KY Hatcher is one of the most decorated prospects in NUC history.
Derrick Henry, RB, Yulee, FL Henry carried the ball 309 times for 2,567 yards and 34 touchdowns.
Hunter Henry, TE, Pulaski Academy, AR Hunter snagged 64 passes for 1,091 yards and 16 scores.
Kenny Hill, QB, Southlake Carroll, TX Hill threw for 3,006 yards and 25 touchdowns while also rushing for over 1,300 yards.
Michael Hill#, DL, Pendleton, SC Hill recorded79 tackles and 27 TFL's on the season.
Bucky Hodges, QB, Salem, VA Hodges was named Roanoke Times-Dispatch #1 rated junior.
OJ Howard, TE, Autauga Academy, AL Howard was named First Team All-State.
Michael Hutchings, LB, De La Salle, CA Hutchings recorded 56 tackles and two sacks on season.
Ty Isaac, ATH, Joliet Catholic, IL Isaac accounted for 2.989 yards of offense and 51 touchdowns.
Zayd Issah, LB, Central Dauphin, PA Issah was named Class AAAA Player of the Year after putting up 2,017 yards of offense and recording 123 tackles.
Myles Jack, LB, Bellevue, WA Jack helped guide team to undefeated 4A State Championship.
Darius James, OL, Harker Heights, TX He was selected First Team All-State by the Texas Associated Press after grading out at 94%.
Travis Johnson, WR, Jesuit, FL Johnson helped his team go (11-2) with 48 catches for 653 yards and four scores while recording seven picks on defense.
Melvin Jones#, LB, Washington-Marion He recorded 140 tackles and 15 TFL's.
Tyren Jones, RB, Walton, GA He led his team to a (14-1) record by rushing for 2,373 yards and 33 touchdowns.
Peter Kalambayi, LB, Butler, NC Kalambayi was named NC First Team All-State.
Alvin Kamara, RB, Norcross, GA He caught eight passes for 115 yards in AT&T Junior Bowl.
Tim Kimbrough, LB, Warren Central, IN Kimbrough recorded over 170 tackles.
Micah Kiser#, LB, Gilman School, MD Kiser was named First Team All-State.
Reeve Koehler, OL, St. Louis, HI Koehler was named Third Team All-State.
Brandon Kublanow#, OL, Walton, GA This nasty offensive lineman led his team to the Georgia AAAAA State Championship game.
Patrick Kugler, OL, North Allegheny, PA He blocked for 266 rushing yards per game.
Carl Lawson#, DL, Milton, GA Lawson was selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.
E.J. Levenberry, LB, CD Hylton, VA Levenberry recorded over 140 tackles on the season.
Evan Lisle, OL, Centerville, OH Lisle helped team average nearly 40 points a game.
Lowell Lotulelei, DL, Bingham, UT Two-way star recorded 32 tackles for (9-3) team.
Courtney Love, LB, Cardinal Mooney, OH Love was named DIII First Team All-State.
Cole Luke#, DB, Hamilton, AZ Luke recorded 63 tackles, 12 PBU's, and six picks.
Cole Madison#, TE, Kennedy Catholic, WA Madison was named First Team All-League on both sides of the ball.
Justin Manning, DL, Kimball, TX Manning led his team to a (9-3) record this past season.
Jalin Marshall, ATH, Middletown, OH Ran for 1,859 yards and accounted for 26 touchdowns.
Joey Martarano#, LB, Fruitland, ID The two-way Star threw for over 1,000 yards and ran for over 700 yards on the season.
Deon Martin, Jr.#, RB, Stockdale, CA Martin ran for 1,900 yards and 26 touchdowns as a sophomore.
Joe Mathis, DL, Upland, CA He recorded 79 sacks, six sacks, and recovered two fumbles.
Danny Mattingly#, TE, Mead, WA Mattingly was named Honorable Mention 4A All-State on both sides of ball.
Mike McCray, LB, Trotwood-Madison, OH McCray helped guide team to OHSAA DII State Title.
Josh McNeil#, TE, Hillside, NC McNeil is a huge athletic tight end.
Leon McQuay, III, DB, Armwood, FL McQuay led his team to the FHSAA 6A State Championship with 59 tackles, nine PBUs, and three picks.
Kameron Miles, DB, West Mesquite, TX He recorded 85 tackles and four picks on the season.
Dorian Miller, OL, Metuchen, NJ This two-way star that recorded 59 tackles on season.
Steven Mitchell, WR, Bishop Alemany, CA He was named CIF PAC-5 First Team.
Deon Mix, OL, South Panola, MS Mix was named OL MVP at NUC Five-Star Showcase in Baton Rouge.
Taquan Mizzell, RB, Bayside, VA Mizzell was named Overall MVP at NUC East Five-Star
John Montelus, OL, Everett, MA Montelus led his team to MIAA E-IA State Championship.
Kailo Moore, RB, West Bolivar, MS Moore ran for 1,470 yards and 19 scores.
Shane Morris, QB, De La Salle, MI Morris has already been selected to play in 2013 Under Armour All-American Game.
Khalfani Muhammad, RB, Notre Dame, CA He has rushed for 1,987 yards and 25 touchdowns while catching 30 passes over the last two seasons.
A.J. Natter, DL, Milton, WI Natter recorded 74 tackles and seven sacks this past season.
Marcus Newby#, LB, Quince Orchard, MD Newby is you prototypical athletic inside linebacker.
Robert Nkemdiche, DL, Grayson, GA Nkemdiche recorded 18 sacks and 17 TFLs while leading team to Georgia AAAAA Championship.
Riley Norman, OL, Cadillac, MI He came in second in the State DII Shot-put last season.
Marquez North#, WR, Mallard Creek, NC He caught 31 passes for 788 yards and nine touchdowns.
Chikwe Obasih, DL, Brookfield Central, WI He recorded 83 tackles, 15.5 TFL's and six sacks.
Dorian O'Daniel, LB, Good Counsel, MD He helped team only give up nine points per game.
Ebenezer Ogundeko, DL, Thomas Jefferson, NY Ogundeko could player several positions on the defensive side of the ball.
Sadiq Olanrewaju, OL, Salisbury School, CT Olanrewaju has the size and feet to play LOT at the next level.
Jake Oliver, WR, Jesuit, TX Oliver snagged 96 passes for 1,431 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Scott Pagano#, DL, Moanalua, HI Pagano recorded 67 tackles in ten games last season.
D.J. Park, OL, Dillon, SC He guided his team to (12-1) record by paving the way for 44.8 points per game.
Camion Patrick#, WR, Lenoir City, TN Patrick was named First Team 5A All-State.
Kent Perkins, OL, Lake Highlands, TX He was named First Team All-District 9-5A.
Ethan Pocic, OL, Lemont, IL Pocic was selected Illinois 6A First Team All-State.
Billy Price#, DL, Austintown Fitch, OH Price was name First Team DI All-State.
Nick Ramirez, LB, Lee's Summit West, MO He recorded over 130 tackles on the season.
Brice Ramsey#, QB, Camden County, GA Ramsey threw 17 touchdowns versus two picks and had 60 touchbacks as kicker.
Jalen Ramsey#, ATH, Brentwood, TN Ramsey is a two-way star for tradition Tennessee Powerhouse.
Jake Raulerson, OL, Celina, TX Raulerson is already one of the most decorated linemen in NUC history.
Max Redfield, DB, Mission Viejo, CA He recorded 33 tackles, two picks and caught 32 passes for 528 yards.
Hayden Rettig#, QB, Cathedral, CA Rettig has passed for 3,041 yards and 24 touchdowns the past two seasons.
Clay Rhodes#, OL, Blue Valley, KS Rhodes led Blue Valley to a (12-3) record.
A'Shawn Robinson#, DL, Arlington Heights, TX Robinson has the size and potential to shoot up the rankings.
Isaac Rochell, DL, Eagles Landing Christian, GA Rochell was selected to the AT&T Georgia Junior Bowl.
Malik Rucker#, DB, Robbinsdale Cooper, MN Rucker had 83 tackles and two picks last season.
Ra'shaad Samples, WR, Skyline, TX Samples snagged 65 passes for 1,369 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Ricky Seals-Jones, ATH, Sealy, TX Seals-Jones ran for 950 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Darrius Sims#, DB, Whitehaven, TN Sims was a two-way star on 6A State Title team.
DeSean Smith, TE, Barbe, LA Smith was named First Team 5A All-State.
Jaylon Smith, LB, Bishop Luers, IN Smith led team to the 2A State Title.
Jarrett Solomon#, QB, Bishop Gorman, NV Solomon threw for 2,744 yards and 41 touchdowns versus two picks.
Johnny Stanton#, QB, Santa Margarita, CA Stanton accounted for 3,867 yards and 34 touchdowns this past season.
Ar'Darius Stewart#, DB, Fultondale, AL Stewart was named First Team 2A All-State.
Demorea Stringfellow, WR, Rancho Verde, CA Stringfellow was named Second Team All-Inland Empire.
Tyrone Swoopes, QB, Whitewright, TX Swoopes threw for 1,344 yards while rushing for 2,267 yards and 29 scores.
Kelvin Taylor, RB, Glades Day, FL Taylor ran for 2,884 yards and 40 scores on the season.
Dymonte Thomas, DB, Marlington, OH Thomas was named DIII First Team All-State.
Matthew Thomas, LB, BT Washington, FL Thomas led his team to a (12-2) record.
Laquon Treadwell, WR, Crete Monee, IL Treadwell caught 75 passes for 1,391 yards and 18 scores.
Logan Tuley-Tillman, OL, Manual, IL This massive offensive lineman has already reached double digit offers.
Laremy Tunsil, OL, Columbia, FL Tunsil was named First Team All-State Offense 6A.
Thomas Tyner, RB, Aloha, OR Tyner ran for 3,557 yards and 31 touchdowns the past two seasons.
Eddie Vanderdoes, DL, Placer, CA Vanderdoes recorded 59 tackles and eight sacks on the season.
Brett Wade, LB, Kennedale, TX Wade recorded 130 tackles and five sacks this past season.
Demarcus Walker, DL, Sandalwood, FL Walker was named First Team 8A All-State.
D.J. Ward, DL, Lawton, OK Ward recorded 75 tackles and 11 sacks last season.
Nick Washington, DB, Trinity Christian, FL Washington ran for 509 yards, caught passes for 221 yards, while recording 29 tackles, six PBUs, and two picks.
Greg Webb, DL, Timber Creek, NJ Webb helped guide team to (12-0) record.
David Williams, RB, West Catholic, PA He ran for over 1,400 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Delton Williams, LB, Cathedral Prep, PA Williams was named PSWA First Team AAA All-State.
Juwaan Williams, WR, Tucker, GA Quarterbacked Tucker to a (16-0) record and AAAA State Championship.
Mike Williams, WR, Lake Marion, SC He caught 61 passes for 1,141 yards and 10 touchdowns on the season.
Tim Williams#, DL, University Lab, LA He recorded 115 tackles and 16 sacks.
Priest Willis, DB, Marcos de Niza, AZ Willis recorded 52 tackles, five PBUs, and two picks.
Eli Woodard, DB, Eastern, NJ Woodard has the ideal height and speed for the cornerback position.
Top Ten NUC Stars that just missed the Ultimate Top160 
Richard Benjamin, WR, Tampa Bay Tech, FL He had over 900 yards of total offense on the season.
Ryan Burns, QB, Stone Bridge, VA This huge signal caller has all the tools.
Mark Dodson, Jr., RB, Whitehaven, TN Dodson was named First Team 6A All-State.
Trent Hosick, QB, Staley, MO Hosick ran for 2,054 yards and 31 touchdowns while throwing for over 1,400 yards on the season.
Dee Liner, DL, Muscle Shoals, AL Liner was named First 5A Team All-State.
John Lopez, OL, Orange Lutheran, CA Lopez was one of the top performers at both NUC and Nike Camps.
Brayden Scott, QB, Sequoyah, OK Scott passed for 2,270 yards and 26 touchdowns.
Ryan Switzer, RB, George Washington, WV Switzer was named First Team All-State AAA.
Tatum Taylor, DB, O'Dea, WA Taylor was key cog in helping team go (13-1)
Evan Voeller, OL, West Linn, OR Voeller is the most athletic big man in Oregon's class of 2013.
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