Hit News’ early 2010 Nebraska HS Football Top Prospects Watch List

Posted on June 15, 2008. Filed under: High School Football | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |


By Will Cummings
Hit News @ Hit Highlights.com

 

An Early Look At Some Top Nebraska Football Prospects
In the Class Of 2010

    In today’s fast paced, highly competitive media intensive, recruiting environment, its never too early to begin identifying high school players that have the potential to play at the next level. And in accordance with our mission, Hit News introduces an early listing of some of the top Nebraska high school players in the class of 2010:

Hit News’ Early 2010
Nebraska HS Football Top Prospects Watch List

Ron Coleman, LB
(5-10, 220)
Omaha North

A two time state wrestling champ and holder of national wrestling titles, he is also a very aggressive hard hitting football player with a lot of upside.

Antaries Daniels, RB
(5-10, 185)
Omaha Northwest

He rushed for nearly 1000 yards during his sophomore season and may end up being one of the top RB prospects to ever come out of the state.

Lincoln Hansen, OL
(6-5, 250)
Millard North

Has the height and frame to develop into a top flight lineman.

Dion Jones, DB
(5-11, 165)
Millard North

This strong, fast athletic athlete may see early D-1 offers with a good JR year performance.

Chris Lucido, ATH
(6-0, 180)
Omaha Burke

 

He is a gifted athlete that can do it all. He also had a very productive sophomore campaign and has the size, speed and athleticism to be one of the top instate prospects for 2010.

Bronson Marsh, QB
(6-0, 175)
Millard South

An outstanding sophomore season saw this young man display the poise and toughness of a seasoned senior QB. He is on track to be the top instate QB for 2010.

Andrew Rodriguez, OL
(6-6, 300)
Aurora

My! This young man already has many national recruiting analyst drooling over his potential. Considered to be the front runner for the top instate prospect in 2010 and one of the top linemen in the country.

Chandler Thomas, TE
(6-3, 240)
Papillion-La Vista S.

HE has good hands and enough speed and blocking ability to develop into a strong D-1 candidate.

Jeff Uher, DT
(6-2, 260)
Creighton Prep

A tough kid with the frame and ability to be a solid D-1 prospect.

Stephon Washington, ATH
(5-8, 165)
Omaha Burke

If this two time state 300 meter hurdle champ with good speed can demonstrate his athleticism on the field, he will be among the state’s top prospects.

 
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Recruiting Tips and Suggestions

  • Ideally, coaches and athletes and their families should begin preparing for the recruiting process no latter than the end of the an athlete’s sophomore year—many of your competitors will be!
  • Make sure that your grades and credits are in line.
  • Try to attend at least one college camp during the summer after the end of your sophomore year. This experience will help you to pick up some good pointers and, more importantly, it will give you exposure to college coaches.
  • Have highlight film and game film readily available no latter than the end of your junior year football season. Preferably, start producing and submitting these films to recruiting services and colleges by mid-season of your junior year—your film is your resume, and film plays a critical role in the recruiting process.
  • Attend camp(s )during the summer of the end of your junior year.
  • Make sure that your grades and graduating credits and ACT/SAT scores are in line.
  • Prepare mentally and physically to have a great senior season-the majority of D-1A thru D-2 scholarships will be awarded based on the athletes’ senior season performances.
  • Send out your senior season game films. (preferably after the first three games of your senior season.)

Anyone wishing to submit names of 2010 prospects that should be included in our list, please send name , school, and position of the athlete to admin@hithighlights.com. for consideration.

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2 Responses to “Hit News’ early 2010 Nebraska HS Football Top Prospects Watch List”

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Jeff Weander QB from Papio. Finished in second to Seals in passing yards. Phenomenal athlete.

Cody Kottich QB from Bryan. He is all of 6’3 and at least 190. Has a cannon- check it out next year at some point if you can.

Tyler Francis from Lincoln Northeast deserves consideration from college coaches. He broke a 23 year old passing record and is poised to continue leading his team in the 2009-2010 season. He is a leader and a winner!


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    Nebraska High Schoolhoops7Top 25 Prospects '08/'09

    By Action Force

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    Sponsor: Hit Highlights Inc.

    1. Jarell Crayton, 6-7, SR, C, Bellevue East

    2. Gregg Smith, 6-6, SR, SF/PF/SG, Ralston

    3. Elliot Elliason, 6-11, JR, C, Chadron

    4. Dwight Smith, 6-3, JR , PG/SG, Ralston

    5. Tyler Evans, 6-2, JR, SG/PG, Waverly

    6. Mike Gessell, 6-0, FR, PG, South Sioux City

    7.. John Karhoff, 6-8, SR, PF/C, Creighton Prep.

    8. Vondrae Tostenson, 6-5, SR, PF, Millard South

    9. Matt Hagerbaumen, 6-7, SR, SF, Lincoln Southeast

    10. Stevelle Burns, 6-0, SR, PG, Benson

    11. Deverell Biggs, 6-1, JR, SG/PF, Omaha Central

    12. Caleb Steffensmeir, 5-11, JR, PG, Creighton Prep

    13. Jordan Tyrance, 6-4, SF/PF, JR, Lincoln Southwest

    14. Trevor Meinke, 6-0, JR, PG, Beatrice

    15. Scottie Davis, 6-5, JR, SF/PF, Omaha Burke

    16. Derrius Vick, 6-0, SO, PG, Lincoln Southeast

    17. Ted Lampkin, 5-11, SO, PG, Omaha Central

    18. Jerad Warner, 6-6, JR, PF/C Omaha Gross

    19. Dol Kutey, 6-6, SR, C, Lincoln Northeast

    20. Ben Imig, 6-0, JR, SG/PG, Bryan

    21. Galen Gullie, 5-7, SR, PG, Bryan

    22 Pete Uhing, 6-5, SR, PF/C, Lincoln High

    23 Adonis Hill, 5-10, SO, PG, Omaha Burke

    24. Mike Dentlinger, 6-6, JR, PF/C, Millard North

    25. DK Augustine, 6-4, SO, C, Omaha Bryan

  • Action Force’s Top Ten

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    Nebraska High School

    Basketball Teams

    (Week ending 02-15-09)

    Team ,(Record) Last wk rank

    1.

    Lincoln SW (18-2) 1

    2.

    Creighton Prep (15-4) 3

    3.

    Lincoln East(13-5) 4

    4.

    Lincoln High (11-6) 5

    5.

    Omaha Central (13-3) 3

    6.

    Lincoln Southeast(14-5) 7

    7.

    Lincoln Northeast(12-5) 103

    8.

    Omaha Bryan (15-6) 8

    9.

    Chadron (19-0) NR

    10.

    Norfolk (13-5) NR Contenders: Bellevue East, Omaha Burke, Omaha Benson, Bellevue West

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