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Recruiting 2011 - 5 MAC Recruits To Know
Kent State RB Trayion Durham
Kent State RB Trayion Durham
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Feb 2, 2011


Along with the league's ten most important new recruits (for now), here are every MAC team's five new recruits you should care about.


Recruiting 2011 

5 MAC Recruits To Care About


CFN Top Prospects for 2011
- No. 1 to 50 | No. 51 to 100 | No. 101 to 150
- No. 151 to 200No. 201 to 250 | No. 251 to 300
- Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Receivers
- Tight Ends | Off. Tackles | Guards & Centers 
- Def. Ends | Def. Tackles | Linebackers | Corners | Safeties 
- 2009 CFN Top 150 | 2010 CFN Top 200

The 10 MAC Recruits You Should Care About
1. James Price, DT Akron

2. Antonio Belt, WR Temple

3. Matt Johnson, QB BGSU

4. Kendall Patterson, DT Buffalo

5. Sean Cotton, S Eastern Michigan

6. Jacob Welter, OG Ohio

7. Brandon Chudnoff, TE Temple

8. Trayion Durham, RB Kent State

9. Daquan Cooper, WR Temple

10.Evan Shimensky, QB Kent State  

Class Lists

East
  
Akron
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Bowling Green
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Buffalo
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Kent State
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Miami Univ.
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Ohio
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Temple
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West 
Ball State
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Central Mich
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Eastern Mich
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Northern Illinois
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Toledo
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Western Mich
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MAC EAST

Five Akron Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. DT James Price

6-1, 285, Scout.com's 90th ranked defensive tackle. A three-star prospect.

2. LB Nick Rossi

Rossi has attended two National Underclassmen Combines and has won Linebacker MVP Awards at both. He recorded a 4.75 40-yard dash, a 4.11 short shuttle, a 28.5-inch vertical leap and a 9-foot-3 broad jump. He also did 35 reps of 185 pounds on the bench press.

3. OG Travis Switzer
First-team All-Lancaster-Lebanon as a junior.

4. RB Bre Ford
As a junior, Ford ran for more than 1,300 yards and was named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22.

5. LB Justin March
5-11, 205. Scout.com’s 126th ranked linebacker. 

Five Bowling Green Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. QB Matt Johnson
6-1, 185, Scout.com’s 55th ranked quarterback

2. C Alex Huettel
6-5, 255, Scout.com’s 25th ranked center.

3. DT Julian Campenni
6-0, 260, Scout’scom’s 112th ranked defensive tackle.

4. DE Bryan Baird
6-4, 215, Scout.com’s 139th ranked defensive end.

5. DE Zach Colvin
6-4, 260, Scout.com’s 144th ranked defensive end. 

Five Buffalo Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. DT Kendall Patterson
6-3, 272, Scout.com’s 65th ranked defensive tackle.

2. QB Joe Licata
Passed for 2462 yards and 36 TDs as a junior. Honor Roll student. Named to Buffalo News 1st team All Western NY as a junior.

3. CB Michael Bonner
6-0, 175, Scout.com’s 109th ranked corner

4. DT Patrick Williams
6-1 285, Scout.com’s 146th ranked defensive tackle.

5. DE Joe Felicia
6-5, 235, Scout.com’s 150th ranked defensive end. 

Five Kent State Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. RB Trayion Durham
6-0, 200, Scout.com’s 4th ranked fullback.

2. QB Evan Shimensky
6-0, 175, Scout.com’s 99th ranked quarterback

3. QB Jordan Tarver
5-11, 205, Scout.com’s 153rd ranked quarterback

4. RB Tristan Boykin
6-1, 190. Two-star recruit

5. WR Josh Boyle
5-10, 160. Two-star recruit

Five Miami University Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. QB Andrew Kummer
6-3, 170, Scout.com’s 85th ranked quarterback

2. OG Marcus Matthews
6-3, 280, Scout.com’s 87th ranked guard

3. OG Treran Brown
6-4, 270, Scout.com’s 97th ranked guard

4. TE Andrew Gudeman
6-3, 220, Scout.com’s 100th ranked tight end

5. CB Jamarcus Darden
Small cornerback, but he has a lot of speed and quickness to make up for his size. Does a great job of tackling despite giving up a lot of size, he will hold on to the ball carrier until help gets there if he can't finish it himself. Lack of size will be a problem on the next level as he won't match up so well with bigger wide receivers. 

Five Ohio Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. OG Jacob Welter
Named First Team All-League Offensive Line in the EBAL in 2010. Jacob Welter was named MVP of Cal's Camp for Offensive Line in 2009. Started on varsity as a 2008 sophomore at Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista at offensive guard. Welter says he can squat 500-pounds. Welter plans to major in psychology and reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 1670 SAT.

2. DT Antwan Crutcher
6-2, 280, Scout.com’s 94th ranked defensive tackle

3. RB Kyle Hammonds
5-9, 180, Scout.com’s 119th ranked running back

4. DE Andrew Bennett
6-6, 230, Scout.com’s 126th ranked defensive end

5. DE Justin Haser
A defensive end and offensive lineman for his North Allegheny team, Haser plays with high energy, good leverage, and is strong at the point of attack. He may be better suited to eventually move inside to play defensive tackle of offensive line, because he doesn't show the quickness and change of direction of most college ends. Depending on the scheme, he could hold down an end spot in a 3-4, but he'll likely move inside. 

Five Temple Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. WR Antonio Belt
Fort Union Military Academy. 6-1, 168, Maryland showed interest.

2. TE Brandon Chudnoff
6-2, 230, Scout.com’s 52nd ranked tight end

3. WR Daquan Cooper
5-10, 160, Scout.com’s 125th ranked receiver

4. DE Khadeem Wilson
6-4, 235, Scout.com’s 142nd ranked defensive end

5. LB Praise Martin-Oguike
Martin-Oguike finished his junior season with 90 tackles, two sacks, two blocked punts and a blocked field goal. 

MAC WEST

Five Ball State Recruits You Should Care About

Player writeups by Scout.com

1. C Kyle Lints
Varsity starter at left tackle since his sophomore season. Also started at defensive tackle as a junior. Was selected All-State, All Conference and All-Region as a junior.

2. OG Jalen Schlachter
Started all Varsity games on the offensive line as a 10th grader. Offensive player of the game twice, hustle award twice and had 40 pancakes during the season. Started all varsity basketball games as a 10th grader. Leading scorer for the season, MVP, and CAAC honorable mention. Throws shot put in track and took first place in the CAAC league meet, first place at the Champion of Champions meet, 5th place in the regional and was the MVP for field events.

3. S Quyuan Mattox
Made 1st team All-Conference as a junior, after recording 119 tackles, five interceptions and returning two punts for touchdowns.

4. OT Tyler Rayburn
6-4, 270, Scout.com’s 129th ranked offensive tackle

5. FB/LB Keenan Noel
6-1, 240, Scout.com’s 19th ranked fullback 

Five Central Michigan Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. QB Alex Niznak
Scout.com’s 59th ranked quarterback. Had 1,637 yards and 28 touchdowns rushing as a junior, and 2,044 yards and 22 touchdowns passing.

2. OT Ramadan Ahmeti
6-6, 300, Scout.com’s 94th ranked offensive tackle

3. TE Ben McCord
Played wide receiver as a sophomore and junior, but projects to tight end. Brother Aaron is a lineman at Central Michigan.

4. DT Matt Losiniecki
6-2, 265, Scout.com’s 103rd ranked defensive tackle

5. LB Tim Hamilton
6-2, 245, Scout.com’s 67th ranked linebacker. 

Five Eastern Michigan Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. S Sean Cotton
6-2, 195, Scout.com's 58th ranked safety. Three-star prospect.

2. LB Justin Cudworth

6-1, 225, JUCO transfer LB Justin

3. LB Sean Kurtz

Full-qualifier who will played at Santa Ana and has three years to play two after the 2010 football season. Posted 72 tackles, 11 tackles-for-loss, two interceptions, eight passes defended and a fumble recovery as a freshman last fall.

4. S Brian Pali
6-1, 210, JUCO transfer

5. CB Tyrone Taylor
6-0, 180, JUCO transfer 

Five Northern Illinois Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. RB Jamal Womble
A JUCO transfer. In 2010 Womble led the No. 5-ranked Blue Dragons' potent rushing attack with 677 yards, scoring seven touchdowns along the way.

2. QB Matt McIntosh
6-2, 173, Scout.com’s 106th ranked quarterback

3. OT Matt Killian
6-6, 275, Scout.com’s 116th ranked offensive tackle

4. C Andrew Ness
6-4, 295, Scout.com’s 30th ranked center

5. WR Tommylee Lewis
5-8, 160. From Palm Beach Gardens, FL 

Five Toledo Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. WR Justin Olack
6-4, 190, Scout.com’s 139th ranked receiver, a three-star prospect.

2. WR Alonzo Russell
6-4, 185, from Milford Academy. Had offers from Illinois, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

3. PK J.D. Detmer
He made 53 of 55 extra points and 13 of 16 field goals this fall. Made six field goals over 40 yards, including a 58 yarder. First Team All Metro by the Columbus Dispatch.

4. OT Ethan Wirth
6-7, 265, Scout.com’s 100th ranked offensive tackle

5. C Kyle Cameron
6-2, 2885, Scout.com’s 20th ranked center  

Five Western Michigan Recruits You Should Care About
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. WR Kendrick Roberts
6-3, 180, Scout.com’s 178th ranked receiver

2. OG Dustin Pringle
6-5, 260, Scout.com’s 82nd ranked guard

3. LB Devon Brant
6-0, 210, Scout.com’s 83rd ranked linebacker

4. OG John Jackson
6-3, 290, Scout.com’s 117th ranked guard

5. OG James Kristof
6-4, 295, Scout.com’s 120th ranked guard