Headlining the 2010 class is Jayestin Boston. The 6'1, 175 pound multi-sport star with sub 4.5 speed put together a brilliant junior season. Boston had 43 catches for 736 yards and five touchdowns playing wide receiver. Defensively he had 41 tackles and four interceptions. Currently spending his time on the basketball court, Boston figures to generate plenty of interest on the recruiting trail for his football prowess. While he could play wide receiver, Boston projects better to cornerback where his height is coveted by colleges. He is just coming into his own physically and has plenty of upside remaining as he begins to fill out his frame.
Another top cornerback prospect is Marcus Lewis. The 5'9+, 160 pounder has lock-down skills to go with his 4.44 speed. Lewis lacks elite height, but has all the other intangibles at cornerback including great feet, smooth hips, and ball skills. Lewis displays the ability to make quick reads in coverage, closes well, and is solid in run support. Lewis spent some time on offense last year and his role should expand there as a senior.
Rounding out the senior class is Corbin Jackimowicz. He has elite size at 6'6, 305 and has taken to Coach Goettemoeller's strict training regimen. He is working on his feet, back pedal, and flexibility. Jackimowicz has shown a tremendous work ethic. His best days are two to three years out and he gets better every day. He should see time on both sides of the ball in 2009.
2011 Safety prospect Arthur Green has all the tools and it will be exciting to watch him develop over the next two years. Green is a classic headhunter in the secondary and already has tremendous size at 6'1, 180. Green registered 55 tackles and 2 sacks as a sophomore.