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January 11, 2008

Top Tight End Recruits

The Nations Top 10 Tight Ends:

1. Blake Ayles - Orange, CA 6-4 245 4.70 USC
Stood out amongst the Under Armour All Americans all week long, brought in over 700 yards as a senior
2. Kyle Rudolph (above) - Cincinnati, OH 6-7 235 4.70 Notre Dame
Rudolph, an Army Bowl All American, may be able to step in right away to fill the void left by John Carlson
3. Kavario Middleton - Lakewood, WA 6-6 225 4.75 Washington
Middleton is also a standout defensive end and could find himself going both ways for the Huskies
4. Jonathan Baldwin - Aliquippa, PA 6-6 225 4.40 Pittsburgh
A mix between a wideout and tight end, Baldwin is an athlete that can play anywhere on the offense
5. Kevin Koger (below) - Toledo, OH 6-4 225 4.65 Michigan
After an early commitment, Koger was able to keep his faith in the Wolverines after a sub par season in Ann Arbor

6. Dwayne Allen - Fayetteville, NC 6-3 240 4.70 Georgia
Allen will visit other schools to finish out the recruiting process but remains a Bulldog
7. Jacob Stoneburner - Dublin, OH 6-5 220 4.45 Ohio State
Stoneburner, one of many Ohio tight ends, may be the best athlete amongst the group
8. Austin Holt - South Jordan, UT 6-6 240 4.90 BYU
Polished tight end who runs crisp routes, will stay in the state of Utah to play at BYU

9. Brandon Moore - Trotwood, OH 6-6 245 4.65 Michigan
Exciting player for new coach Rich Rodriguez to play with, can line up inside or strung out wide
10. Tyler Edwards - Monroe, LA 6-4 240 4.70 LSU
LSU couldn't be beat for this home state product

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