Revis No. 14, Fullam No. 18 On News-Sentinel Top 20 Prospect List

Thursday, December 25, 2008 - by special report to The Chattanoogan
Jay Fullam.
Jay Fullam.
- photo by McCallie School.

Rhea County's Kevin Revis and McCallie's Jay Fullam have been selected to the Tennessee Top 20 Prospects List published annually by the Knoxville News-Sentinel.

In the Christmas edition of the Sentinel, Revis was listed No. 14 in the state and Fullam was ranked No. 18 among the college football prospects.

An offensive lineman, Revis will play next fall for Tennessee. Fullam, a safety, will sign in February with Vanderbilt.

The top prospect on the list was Harding Academy wide receiver Marlon Brown, who has yet to announce which school he will sign with on national signing day.

KNOXVILLE NEWS-SENTINEL TENNESSEE TOP 20 PROSPECTS LIST

1 Marlon Brown WR 6-5, 205 Memphis/Harding Academy Undecided

2 Austin Long OL 6-5, 270 Memphis/Briarcrest Georgia

3 Alex Bullard OL 6-4, 275 Nashville/Brentwood Academy Notre Dame

4 Marsalis Teague Ath 5-10, 175 Paris/Henry County Florida

5 Eric Gordon CB 5-9, 189 Nashville/Hillsboro Tennessee

6 Dominique Allen RB 5-11, 235 Paris/Henry County LSU

7 Gabriel Hunter RB 5-11, 185 Memphis/Kingsbury Ole Miss

8 Thad McHaney TE 6-6, 240 Nashville/Brentwood Academy Ole Miss

9 Will Jackson OL 6-4, 280 Knoxville/Farragut Georgia Tech

10 Greg King LB 6-3, 200 Memphis/Melrose Undecided

11 Zach Rogers WR 6-2, 175 Nashville/David Lipscomb Tennessee

12 Gene Robinson CB 5-10, 170 Memphis/Whitehaven Undecided

13 Daniel Hood OL 6-5, 260 Knoxville/Catholic Undecided

14 Kevin Revis C 6-3, 265 Evensville/Rhea County Tennessee

15 DeMarcus Knight LB 6-2, 230 Morristown/Hamblen East Ole Miss

16 Wesley Johnson OL 6-5, 240 Nashville/Montgomery Bell Academy Vanderbilt

17 Romario Cathey DT 6-3, 275 Nashville/Maplewood Texas Tech

18 Jay Fullam S 6-1, 190 Chattanooga/McCallie Vanderbilt

19 Will Gilchrist QB 6-1, 190 Savannah/Hardin County Memphis

20 Derrick Webb LB 6-0, 215 Memphis/Whitehaven Undecided

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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