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Recruiting 2011 - 5 M-West Recruits To Know
Boise State S Dextrell Simmon
Boise State S Dextrell Simmon
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Feb 2, 2011


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


Recruiting 2011 

5 M-West 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

Five Air Force Recruits You Should Care About

The 10 Mountain West Recruits You Should Care About

1.  WR Ladarius Brown, TCU

2. S Dextrell Simmons, Boise State

3. WR/RB Brandon Carter, TCU

4. LB Princeton Jackson, UNLV

5. DT Isiah Norton, Colorado State

6. LB Laderice Sanders, TCU

7. DT Jeff Worthy, Boise State

8. QB Adam Pittser, Wyoming

9. OT Korian Chambers, New Mexico

10. QB Jimmy Laughrea, Boise State  

Class Lists

Air Force
- Scout List

Boise State
- Scout List

Colorado State
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New Mexico
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San Diego State
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TCU
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UNLV
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Wyoming
- Scout List
Player writeups by Scout.com

1. QB Kent Rollins
5-11, 175, Scout.com’s 159th ranked quarterback

2. S Jon Lindemann
6-3, 200, Scout.com’s 133rd ranked safety

3. LB Connor Healy
6-0, 215, Scout.com’s 76th ranked middle linebacker

4. CB Cedric Parker
6-0, 180, Scout.com’s 137th ranked cornerback

5. DE James Rushing
6-4, 235, Scout.com’s 183rd ranked defensive end 

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

1. S Dextrell Simmons
6-0, 210. Four-star JUCO transfer from Blinn College in Texas. Offers from Houston and Colorado State.

2. LB Blake Renaud
6-2, 230, Scout.com’s 20th ranked middle linebacker. A three-star prospect.

3. QB Jimmy Laughrea
Laughrea has relatively good size at 6-3. He seems to have a good throwing motion but on his longer throws, seems to push the ball instead of whipping it around and throwing through the ball. He has good footwork and good athleticism. He is able to take off running. He makes good decisions with the football, knowing when to tuck it and run and when to keep the play alive as a thrower. Laughrea is an accurate quarterback.

4. DE Samuel Ukwuachu
6-5, 200, Scout.com’s 40th ranked defensive end

5. DT Jeff Worthy
Despite playing at a smaller school, has dominated at the prep level and at several camps. Well put together, and lean, has the frame to add more weight but keep his athleticism and speed off the ball. 

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

1. DT Isiah Norton
6-5, 290, Scout.com’s 27th ranked defensive tackle. Big defensive lineman, he plays hard and goes after the ball. On the minus side he plays too high at times, he has gotten away with this on the high school level but won't be able to outsize opponents on the next level. Plays all over the field and is even used in coverage and kickoff returns. Has a nose for the ball.

2. RB Dorian Brown
6-1, 225, Scout.com’s 96th ranked running back

3. TE Joe Kawulok
6-6, 210, Scout.com’s 32nd ranked tight end

4. DT Bryan Bosworth
6-1, 275, Scout.com’s 138th ranked defensive tackle

5. DE Colton Paulhus
6-2, 255, Two-star JUCO transfer 

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

1. OT Korian Chambers
6-6, 350, Three-star JUCO transfer

2. QB Dustin Walton
6-0, 195, Scout.com’s 121st ranked quarterback

3. WR Daniel Adams
6-3, 195, Scout.com’s 206th ranked receiver

4. OT Jamal Price
6-7, 345, Scout.com’s 124th ranked offensive tackle

5. S Deshon Marman
6-0, 200, Two-star JUCO transfer 

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

1. QB Chad Jeffries
Jeffries has good size for a college quarterback. He has happy feet in the pocket but his good athleticism helps him in many pressure situations. With a strong arm, Jeffries can make any necessary throw on the field. His drop back footwork needs to improve as he takes a major hitch in his 15+ yard throws. His straight line speed is good and as his running form improves, will gradually increase. His field vision is adequate for the next level.

2. RB Brandon Wright
5-11, 195, Scout.com’s 60th ranked running back

3. WR Jemond Hazely
Great speed and route-running ability along with excellent hands.

4. LB Jebron Harington
5-11, 205, Scout.com’s 151st ranked outside linebacker

5. TE Sam Meredith
6-4, 260, Scout.com’s 60th ranked tight end 

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

1. WR Ladarius Brown
Brown is a playmaking threat that can go down and make a big play vertically over the top of defenders. He has big play abilities, but he is also able to run quick routes underneath the defense and get YAC. He is also a punishing blocker that seems to take pride in playing hard on all of the snaps. On defenses he is a big hitter with range.

2. WR/RB Brandon Carter
Thin running back, if he does not get bigger then he will have to move to wide receiver. Has good speed and takes off very well, once he gets going he is tough to catch. His thin size makes him easy to bring down and he will not break many tackles.

3. LB Laderice Sanders
Has a nose for the football and is always around the play, which is evident by his gaudy tackle numbers. He seems to be a pretty solid all-around backer that can defend the pass, run and put pressure on the quarterback. He also plays with a little throwback style and really finishes off his tackles.

4. CB Kolby Griffin
Solid size and fast. Griffin does a great job at holding down his side of the ball against the run. Has a lot of speed and can get himself in position to make the interception. His speed allows him to gamble a bit more and recover if he guesses wrong. Long strides, like a sprinter in track. Makes a good first step on stopping the run.

5. WR Cameron White
White is an exciting player that has the ability to make all of the catches. He has worked primarily out of the slot and shows an ability to make some tough grabs in traffic and then make defenders miss him as he scrambles for extra yards. He is tough to defend because he is so versatile. 

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

1. LB Princeton Jackson
The heart and soul of the Blinn JUCO defense. He is quick off the snap and has the speed to track down the swiftest running backs sideline to sideline. It is hard to say that being too aggressive is a bad quality for a linebacker, but this guy goes after it so hard that he sometimes over pursues a play, but when things are clicking he is almost unstoppable. He is a run stuffing specialist and will make plays in the backfield.

2. CB Fred Wilson
5-11, 165, Scout.com’s 106th ranked quarterback.

3. WR Devante Davis
Great size, he has soft hands and can make the catch. Once he catches the ball he is tough to bring down because of his size. Does not have great speed, but he knows how to get open.

4. QB Nick Sherry
6-5, 210, Scout.com’s 102nd ranked quarterback

5. QB Sean Reilly
6-4, 210, Two-star JUCO transfer 

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

1. QB Adam Pittser
6-1, 190, Scout.com’s 25th best quarterback. Offers from several MAC schools.

2. QB Brett Smith
6-2, 195, Scout.com’s 88th best quarterback

3. DE Miraldo Michel
6-3, 250, Two-star JUCO transfer

4. S Luke Anderson
Anderson led Blinn Junior College in tackles with 86 as a sophomore. He also had 16 pass break-ups, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries.

5. LB Korey Jones
Notched 65 tackles and two sacks as a redshirt freshman in 2009. Has two years to play two following the 2010 football season.