SCVarsity Class of 2019 Top 50 Footall Prospects

The Class of 2019 is going to be strong at the top but there is a lot of room for move ups once we get outside the top 20 and maybe even a
little inside the top 20. There is little doubt that T.L. Hanna Zach Pickens is the state’s top proscpect as far as the recruiters are]concerned, but there are a lot of talented prospects pushing inside that top ten.

The talent pool is full of athletes but the most difficult position, in my opinion, to find the right guys for the next level right now are defensive tackles. We have two good ones in this group who are moving up. Tyquan Johnson (6-4, 260) of Edisto and Tysheik Galloway (6-2, 290) of Belton-Honea Path are both players I like on film. Both of those guys have offers from ACC schools.

One guy on the list that I think could see a huge jump in stock this Spring and summer is Gilbert defensive end Darrius Bell. AT 6-3, 230, Bell has all of the tools, is aggressive off the snap and has the length and athleticism that could garner him some heavy attention during the evaluation period.

The quarterback position is down in 2019 in terms of Power Five type of guys but two upstate guys to watch are Greenville’s Davis Beville and T.L. Hanna’s Alex Meredith. Beville already has an offer from Pitt on the table and Meredith, who is more of an option-scheme quarterback, has an offer from West Pointe and that is exactly the type of offense he can be successful in.

This is our first list of the new year and as we go through more film, Spring workouts and Summer there are certain to be some changes as we put together our 2019 Top 100.

If you have any questions, feel free to send them my way at scvarsity@sc.rr.com

 

1 Zacch
Pickens
DE 6’4″ 240 T.L
Hanna
2 Jacoby Pinckney WR 6’3″ 192 Dorman
3 Greg Williams LB 6’3″ 209 Swansea
4 Jamario
Holley
WR 5’10” 165 Norhtwestern
5 Shamar McCollum DE 6’4″ 192 Dillon
6 Michel Dukes RB 5’11” 190 First Baptist
7 Quendarius Jefferson WR 6’0″ 185 Hillcrest
8 Quack Cohen LB 6’1″ 240 Greer
9 Luke Deal TE 6’5 230 Emerald
10 Jaylen Mahoney DB 5’10” 170 South Pointe
11 KeShawn Toney TE 6’2″ 226 Williston-Elko
12 Fentrell Cypress DB 6’0″ 173 Northwestern
13 Davis Beville QB 6’6″ 205 Hillcrest
14 Joshua Simon DB 6’3″ 195 Crestwood
15 Pha’leak Brown DB 5’11” 180 Chester, SC
16 Deonte Stanley ATH 6’2″ 190 Latta
17 Sean Miller DL 6’4″ 270 Airport
18 Ty Danzy DE 6’4″ 230 Westside
19 Darrius Bell DE 6’2″ 215 Gilbert
20 Alex Meredith QB 6’0 180 T.L. Hanna
21 Kamal Desor WR 6’4″ 190 Boiling Springs
22 Ladarius Allison WR 6’1″ 190 York
23 Kamren McCray OL 6’6″ 325 Berkeley
24 Tyquan Johnson DL 6’4″ 260 Edisto
25 Zykamren Robinson RB 6’0″ 212 Spartanburg
26 Jalen Tatah OL 6’4″ 300 Lancaster
27 Tysheik Galloway DT 6’2″ 290 Belton-Honea Path
28 DeWuan McCullum WR 6’0″ 170 Nation Ford
29 Patrick Godbolt LB 6’2″ 205 Blythewood
30 Jalen Geiger DB 6’1″ 175 Spring Valley
31 Storm Duck DB 5’11” 175 Boiling Springs
32 Zack Hillstock WR 5’10” 190 Dorman
33 Tiyon Evans RB 5’11” 180 Hartsville
34 Dalmont Gourdine DE 6’4″ 231 Garrett Academy
35 Braden Gravely OL 6’3″ 276 Pickens
36 Tre Morrison DB 6’0″ 165 Berkeley
37 Johnathan Bennett QB 6’1″ 206 Summerville
38 Kobe Alexander DL 6″0 300 Greenwood
39 Keyshon Toney TE 6’2 220 Willison-Elko
40 Kendrell Flowers ATH 6’1″ 190 Irmo, SC
41 Daniel Foster LB 6’1″ 220 Wilson
42 Davon
Gilmore
LB 6’2″ 220 Fort
Dorchester
43 Tyrell
Jackson
QB 6’2″ 170 Wren
44 Lane Towery OL 6’5″ 303 York
45 Brock Carroll QB 6’2: 180 Byrnes
46 Kahare Teasley DT 6’5″ 275 Daneil
47 Jaylon Girdner DB 6’0″ 170 Spartanburg
48 Zachariah
Doe
RB 6’0″ 215 John
Paul
49 Reed Charpia QB-ATH 5’11” 170 Brookland-Cayce
50 Sterling White WR 5’10” 150 Hilton Head

About Jim Baxter

Jim Baxter is a former coach and nationally published recruiting analyst with more than three decades in the industry. He founded SCVarsity.com as one of the first high school sites on the Rivals.com Network, most recently with Yahoo Sports. He is the author of the best selling "The Book On Evaluating Football Players" and is the host of the South Carolina High School Scoreboard Show on 107.5 The Game. He has operated the oldest independently run combine, coached for the Nike Football Combines and Elite 11 since 1999. He has served in the past on the broadcast crew in both radio and TV for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, as well as the North-South All-Star game. He was a member of the coaching staff for the 2015 Max Emfinger All-American game.

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