This article originally appeared online on Jan. 28, 2007
Jacory Harris (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – Tall and skinny; was Mr. Football for the state of Florida. Enrolled in January in order to compete for the starting position.
Taylor Cook (Rice Consolidated High, Texas) – Huge QB prospect who is considered by some to be the most athletic player in this class.
Cannon Smith (Hargrave Military Academy, Va.) – Went the prep school route for a year after high school graduation and enrolled at UM in January.
Patrick Hill (El Camino Community College, Calif.) – Devastating lead blocker who should make an instant impact at fullback.
John Calhoun (Sebastian River High, Fla.) – Little-known recruit who can play multiple positions.
Aldarious Johnson (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – A very polished wide receiver who is big and fast. Enrolled in January; coaches think he could be an immediate starter.
Kendall Thompkins (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – The playmaker on the Northwestern team that was full of Division I recruits.
Davon Johnson (Booker T. Washington High, Fla.) – Blazingly fast and athletic, could also play cornerback and return kicks.
Thearon Collier (Booker T. Washington High, Fla.) – Undersized jitterbug who has drawn comparisons to former Hurricane Roscoe Parrish.
Travis Benjamin (Glades Central High, Fla.) – Undersized speedster who was a playmaker throughout his high school career.
Brandon Washington (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – Big man who projects as a guard in college after playing left tackle in high school.
Marcus Forston (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – The number one ranked defensive tackle in the country who enrolled in January to compete for playing time.
Micanor Regis (Pahokee High, Fla.) – Dominant high school lineman who committed to the Canes early and never wavered.
Jeremy Lewis (Palm Beach Lakes High, Fla.) – Big and wide, Lewis is very athletic but a bit raw as a defensive tackle prospect.
Andrew Smith (Monarch High, Fla.) – Sleeper defensive end recruit whom coaches envision as a speed pass rusher.
Sean Spence (Miami Northwestern High, Fla.) – Undersized, instinctive linebacker that enrolled in January in order to compete for starting time.
Arthur Brown (Wichita East High, Kan.) – Number one linebacker recruit in the nation according to many. Enrolled in January in order to compete for starting time.
Marcus Robinson (Homestead High, Fla.) – Freak athlete who could play linebacker or defensive end.
Zach Kane (North High, N.J.) – Big, tough linebacker who will compete for the middle linebacker job.
Brandon Marti (Gulliver Prep, Fla.) – Undersized but hits like a big man at linebacker.
Antonio Harper (Melrose High, Tenn.) – Tall and lean, probably projects as a defensive end in college.
Jordan Futch (Chaminade Madonna High, Fla.) – Tall, rangy prospect at linebacker.
CJ Holton (Wakulla High, Fla.) – One of the top safety recruits on the nation, he is big and fast in the defensive backfield.
Joe Wylie (Boyd Anderson High, Fla.) – Physical specimen that played quarterback in high school.
CJ Odom (Fort Myers High, Fla.) – Big and fast, Odom could be a linebacker, safety, or fullback.
Jake Wieclaw (Lincoln Way Central High, Ill.) – Might have the biggest impact of any freshman this season after enrolling in January. Coaches expect him to be the starting kicker.
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