Recruiting 2013 - Class Rankings 91 to 100
Posted Feb 9, 2013

Ranking the recruiting classes from 1 to 126 ... 91 to 100

CFN 2013 Recruiting Rankings
- No. 1 to 10 | No.11 to 20 | No. 21 to 30
- No.  31 to 40No. 41 to 50 | No. 51 to 60
- No. 61 to 70 | No. 71 to 80 | No. 81 to 90
- No. 91 to 100 | No. 101 to 110 | No. 111 to 126 

91. Northern Illinois | The 2013 Recruiting Class  

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Running backs. The Huskies are loading up on receivers with Mycial Allen and Blake Holder two good-sized targets to develop. Corner Brandon Mayes was a decent get, and William Lee is a good-sized tackle out of Indianapolis, but it's the running back corps that's getting the most talent with Kendall Short a big runner out of Kansas and Draco Smith a darting speedster to add more flash.

92. South Alabama | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Skill players. Joey Jones and his staff didn't ignore the defense, coming up with linebacker Jalen Wells and JUCO transfer Desmond Lavelle for the middle, but the stars on offense. Noah Armstrong will one day be the team's top offensive tackle, while Kaleb Blanchard might be too good to keep out of the running back mix right away. It's a deep stable of receivers led by Dejon Funderburk and JUCO transfer ShaVarez Smith, while quarterback Brett Sheehan was a great get with tremendous upside.

93. Western Kentucky | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Receivers. This is a massive class with a boatload of pickups for several areas. The defensive line is LOADED with fresh bodies including JUCO transfer defensive tackle Maurice Bennett and 290-pound prepster Joe Fennell to make an instant impact for a front four that needs help. But this is a Bobby Petrino offense, and he's going to want receivers. Aaron Jackson and Cam Lewis are huge targets with great upside, and Jalen Edwards is a speedster who could be used in a variety of ways. Quarterback Todd Porter was an interesting recruit to develop, but will he still have Petrino around three years from now?

94. Nevada | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Offensive tackle. The Wolf Pack needs Superiorr Reid and Don Jackson to go from junior college to the Mountain West right away for the Stefphon Jefferson-less ground attack, while several other prospects were brought in to pave the way. JUCO transfers Braxton Isaac and Avery Poates will at least provide offensive tackle depth, but Ziad Damanhoury and Chad Specht will be for down the road. JUCO transfer Ian Seau will be the star of the class as a potential starting linebacker for this year, but Beau Hershberger might become the better talent in a few years.

95. Ohio | The 2013 Recruiting Class  

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Instant defnesive tackles. The Bobcats are losing nose guard Neal Huynh and tackle Carl Jones, and now they need more depth and more options up front. That's where JUCO transfers Watson Tautuaki and Cameron McLeod come in. Tony Porter is a 270-pound tackle for the future, while end Trent Smart could see time early on as a situational pass rusher. The coaching staff worked on tight ends with four good MAC recruits led by wide receiver-like target Leon Alexander out of Detroit. Running back Chris Carson out of Georgia will eventually be a star in Frank Solich's offense.

96. Texas State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... JUCO defensive backs. The team went big on JUCO talents all across the board with tight ends Tristan Henderson, Kris Petersen and Lawrence White to go along with guard Brandon Sarabia and running back C.J. Best; all should see work right away. Prep running back Jamel James is the star of the class, and quarterback Tyler Jones was a good get, but overall, it's about JUCO, JUCO, JUCO. The secondary signed immediate depth help with Donta Clanton and Trey Garrett out of California, and Demetrius Woodard from Blinn JC.

97. Air Force | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Tight ends. Air Force always brings in a ton of bodies and recruits to flow through the program to gear up for a few years away, but the talent in this class is at tight end with Pete Cender out of Michigan and Trent Gow out of Texas two good-sized receivers who could add another dimension to the offense. Running backs Tim McVey and Bryan Driskell fit the Falcon type, while linebackers Kyle Williams and Joel Foy lead a decent group.

98. Memphis | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Skill players. Make this a third time in four years that Memphis picked up several skill players, but Justin Fuente really went nuts trying to improve the overall athleticism and team speed. JUCO receivers Joe Craig and Adrian Henderson are for now, but E.A. Watkins, running back Marquis Warford and quarterback Brayden Scott are for a few years from now. there aren't many standout running backs, but there are plenty of them with a few certain to be moved over to the defensive backfield. Offensive tackle George Roberts might be the team's best recruit, but JUCO transfers Will Dancy and Nykiren Wellington are going to fill out the depth early on.  

99. San Jose State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. It's a new era for the Spartans, but there are already a slew of decent prospects in place - there isn't much of a need to load up for right now. However, the defensive line is getting some reinforcements with JUCO transfer Garrett Guanella a pass rushing end and Travis Miller and Nate Velichko two big bodies for the interior. The receiving corps is getting some help with Delvon Hardaway and Thomas Tucker, while Brandon Monroe could become an early factor at running back

100. Temple | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Running backs. Matt Rhule didn't come up with a big haul of top talents like Al Golden was able to get, and he didn't go after receivers after Steve Addazio went heavy on pass catchers over the last two years, but he came up with some nice runners in Zaire Williams and Brandon Peoples to add some more punch to the ground game in a few years. Linebacker Buddy Brown and guard Matt Barone are Big East players, but the Owls need more of them. For a program that struggles so much to crank out points, kicker Jim Cooper could be an underappreciated signing.