2006 Class - An early look around

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    While the ink is barely dry on the national letters of intent for the class of 2005, Rivals.com is proud to unveil the Rivals.com 2005 Junior All-America Team. The team features 22 of the nation's top junior prospects and is headlined by a gunslinger from Texas, the next sure thing from the state of Virginia and the best player to come out of New Jersey in five years.

    If last year's Rivals.com Junior All-America Team is any indication, the players listed below are about to become household names to recruiting fans all over the nation.

    While this year's list is comprised of the top players from all over the country, the team does have a Southern feel to it. Ten of the players on the list are from states that are considered part of the Southeast, with Florida leading the way with three players.

    Percy Harvin (Virginia) - WR - 6'1" - 188 - 4.34 - Lists LSU
    Named the Rivals.com Junior of the Year. Harvin rolled up 475 total yards in Landstown's 47-20 victory over Robinson in the Class AAA, Division 6 title game.

    Andre Smith (Alabama) - OT - 6'5" - 302 - 4.9 - Lists LSU
    The top junior in a very good year in the state of Alabama. Already has racked up numerous scholarship offers, and some think he might have been the top player in the state this year.

    Chaz Washington (Destrehan) - DT - 6'4" - 290 - 5.0 - Lists LSU
    An all-district and all-area pick as a junior who plays in the same highly competitive district that handed Ryan Perrilloux's team three regular season losses. LSU has offered.

    Marcus Ball (Georgia) - OLB - 6' - 200 - 4.49 - Lists LSU
    A first-team all-state pick as a junior after totaling 120 tackles and seven sacks. Lit up the NIKE Camp in Atlanta a year ago, called by one coach the top LB he saw all year at the camps, after clocking a 4.49 40 and an 83.70 overall SPARQ Rating.

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