2011 top high school football recruits (alphabetical order)

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 2 2011 10:56 p.m. MST

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Kristin Murphy, Deseret News archives
Signed with BYU
Coaches comment: “Bingham usually is a blitzing type of defense, and against us they very rarely blitzed and it was very hard for us to throw because they had eight games in coverage. Because of Baker and the rest of the d-line they were able to get constant pressure with just three guys. They sacked us numerous times. My tackle came off the field and said coach ‘that’s the best d-end I’ve ever had to go against.’”
— Northridge coach Erik Thompson
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Holladay, UT

Who made these rankings? these are laughable. All good players yes. But according to every scouting websites Ryker Matthews is #1 in Utah and the #1 tackle in the west. At the Army All American bowl where every offensive lineman was a left tackle at their high school Ryker was the starting left tackle for the west. He was the best offensive lineman at a game full of star lineman! Harvey is rated 2-3 by the services. Really. These rankings are silly.

White River Junction, Vt

Re: whoisjohngalt

The title is "2011 top high school football recruits (alphabetical order)" emphasis on "alphabetical order"

Slim Shady 801
Bluffdale, UT

At Whoisjohngalt...

Really Matthews was the best offensive lineman? Were you watching the game? His team gave up 12 sacks, 6 of which came through his gap. He was later moved to guard....watch the game with your eyes and not your heart. Matthews is a 4 star recruit by the way....so there you go about silly rankings then.


regarding #5, I watched Austin Lee from Alta run Harvey down from behind in the game at Utah. No doubt Harvey is phenomenal but with the line he ran behind he'd better have been good.

Herriman, UT

None of the top recruits signed outside of Utah? Interesting.

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