National Signing Day 2011: Isaiah Crowell and 10 Offensive Prospects Yet to Sign

Austin SchindelAnalyst IIFebruary 2, 2011

National Signing Day 2011: Isaiah Crowell and 10 Offensive Prospects Yet to Sign

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    Get pumped!

    It's national signing day 2011 and your team is only one player away from being cellar dwellers to BCS bowl contenders. It's time to glue yourself in front of your TV, call in sick and put on the jersey in anticipation of Christmas in February.

    Here are the top 10 offensive players who are still without a home.

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10. Aubrey Coleman

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    Position: TE/DE

    Hometown: Walnut, CA

    Considering: Washington Huskies

    Overall Rank: 117

    Height/Weight: 6'6''/215

    While some believe he is best fit at defensive end, Coleman may end up being a tight end, like he played in high school. He is a versatile player who is big, strong, and if pushed, can be a great target for any QB.

9. Spencer Region

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    Position: Offensive Guard

    Hometown: Cullman, AL

    Considering: Louisville Cardinals, Wisconsin Badgers, Auburn Tigers, Clemson Tigers

    Overall Rank: 149

    Height/Weight: 6'55/339

    Region is from Alabama, giving Auburn a leg up on landing the recruit. He is hard to move and could be an instant contributor on any team looking for solid run blocking. He is the type of guy that can be a late signing and make a big impact on several championship contenders. 

8. Javorius Allen

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    Position: Running Back

    Hometown: Tallahassee, FL 

    Considering: Auburn Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, USC Trojans

    Overall Rank: 148

    Height/Weight: 6'1''/205

    One of the bigger backs in the class, Allen could be a guy brought in for short yardage. While there are many backs in front of him, he can be developed by a big school or picked up by one of the schools that does not get the guy they were looking for. 

7. Zachary Witchett

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    Position: Athlete

    Hometown: Atlanta, GA

    Considering: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

    Overall Rank: 129

    Height/Weight: 6'0''/182

    Witchett does not have a true position right now, but he was very explosive on the offensive end in high school. He could play both wide receiver or running back in college, though he still has to make a decision about where he is playing for us to find out. 

6. Marqise Lee

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    Position: Athlete

    Hometown: Gardena, CA

    Considering: USC Trojans, Oregon Ducks, Miami (FL) Hurricanes

    Overall Rank: 96

    Height/Weight: 6'1''/190

    It's unclear what side of the ball he will play on in college, but he retains high value because of his good height, speed and build. He is new to football, so it should not be hard to place him at several positions.

5. Dominique Terrell

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    Position: Athlete

    Hometown: Manassas, VA

    Considering: West Virginia Mountaineers, Virginia Cavaliers, Miami (FL) Hurricanes

    Overall Rank: 122

    Height/Weight: 5'11/175

    Terrell wont be a quarterback in college, but he is a great playmaker who will be looking to play at a position that allows him to handle the ball. 

4. Darius Jennings

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    Position: Athlete

    Hometown: Baltimore, MD

    Considering: Ohio State Buckeyes, Virginia Cavaliers, Wake Forest Demon Deacons

    Overall Rank: 98

    Height/Weight: 5'11''/175

    Jennings is very quick, shifty and most importantly, versatile. He is being recruited by Ohio State but could stay closer to home and play for the Virginia Cavaliers. 

3. Antonio Richardson

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    Position: Offensive Tackle

    Hometown: Nashville, TN

    Considering: Tennessee Volunteers, Auburn Tigers, Georgia Bulldogs

    Overall Rank: 105

    Height/Weight: 6'6''/310

    From Nashville, Richardson is projected to go play at the University of Tennessee this upcoming season, and they would be lucky to have him. He is explosive, tough and an imposing force, needed for both run and pass blocking. 

2. Cyrus Kouandjio

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    Position: Offensive Tackle

    Hometown: Hyattsville, MD

    Considering: Alabama Crimson Tide, Auburn Tigers, New Mexico Lobos 

    Overall Rank: 3 

    Height/Weight: 6'7''/325

    It's hard to look at Kouandjio and think that you'd have any chance of getting around him. He is a fantastic run blocker who will fit in anywhere he goes. His 6'7'' frame is perfect for an offensive tackle, and his athleticism is second to none. No matter where he signs, he will propel the school to the top of the class rankings.  

1. Isaiah Crowell

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    Position: Running Back

    Hometown: Columbus, GA

    Considering: Georgia Bulldogs, Alabama Crimson Tide

    Overall Rank: 4

    Height/Weight: 5'11''/210

    Crowell is the last great offensive position player not to make up his mind. On one hand, he can go to the University of Georgia, where is he from. On the other hand, he can go to the University of Alabama, where Mark Ingram has just left for the NFL. Both schools want him bad, making this speedy running back's decision very intriguing. 


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