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February 4, 2008

Top Defensive Tackle Recruits

The Nations Top 10 Defenisve Tackles:

1. Marcus Forston (above) - Miami, FL 6-3 305 4.90 Miami (Fla.)
Most complete defensive lineman in the country, was unstoppable during Army All American Bowl week

2. DeAngelo Tyson - Statesboro, GA 6-3 278 5.00 Georgia
Tremendous quickness for someone of his size, the top lineman from Georgia in a loaded class

3. Brandon Thompson - Thomasville, GA 6-2 295 4.82 Clemson
As a senior brought in over 100 tackles from his inside position to go along with 12 sacks

4. Omar Hunter (left) - Buford, GA 6-1 299 4.90 Florida
A wreckingball that bulls over opposing lineman with brute strength

5. Solomon Koehler - Kaneohe, HI 6-2 310 5.00 Arizona
Athletic and agile for someone of his size, showed during Army Bowl he can also play along the offensive line

6. Jarvis Humphrey - Cedar Hill, TX 6-2 290 5.00 Texas
Exceptional first step and plays low making it a hard task for lineman to gain leverage

7. Garrett Goebel - Lombard, IL 6-4 273 5.00 Ohio State
Tough hardnosed player, could line-up on either side of the ball for the Buckeyes

8. Roderick Davis - Houston, TX 6-3 295 5.10 Texas A&M
Looks the part of a college nightmare for opposing runningbacks, gets great penetration

9. Lawrence Guy - Las Vegas, NV 6-6 270 4.80 Arizona State
Terrific frame to add weight at the college level, the next step twards greatness for the Las Vegas native

10. Mike Martin - Novi, MI 6-2 285 4.90 Michigan
One of the strongest football players in the country with a 420 pound bench max

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