East Hamilton's Lenoir Among Tennessee Elite Football Prospects

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

East Hamilton tight end Bailey Lenoir has been listed among the Tennessee Elite Best Football Prospects In State.

The list was recently published in the annual magazine "Football Time In Tennessee.''

Cleveland quarterback Austin Herick was also on the list.

 

TENNESSEE ELITE BEST PROSPECTS IN STATE

Raul Adams                OL    6-6        245    Christ Presbyterian            Nashville

Derek Barnett              DE     6-3        265   Brentwood Academy        Brentwood

Alex Bars                OL/DE    6-5        250    Montgomery Bell Acad    Nashville

Nikia Cathey           RB/KR    5-7        161    Westwood                        Memphis

Rashaan Gaulden           S    6-1        169    Independence                Thompson Station

Austin Herink                 QB   6-2        220    Cleveland                       Cleveland

Jalen Hurd       RB/DB/ATH    6-3       228    Beech                              Hendersonville

Carlos Johnson      OL/DL       6-3        297    Pearl-Cohn                    Nashville

Todd Kelly, Jr           RB/S        6-1        190    Webb School                Knoxville

Bailey Lenoir                TE        6-2        209    East Hamilton                Ooltewah

A.J. Long                      QB        6-0        176    Friendship Christian      Lebanon

Josh Malone    WR/DB/KR        6-3        190   Station Camp                Gallatin

Nick McLilly                   RB        6-2        185   Humboldt                      Humboldt

Aaron Medley                KR        6-2        180    Marshall Co.                 Lewisburg

Trey Moore               RB/LB        6-2        210    Memphis Univ.             Memphis

Charles Mosley         OL/DL        6-5        357    Brighton                        Brighton

Devin Perry                    WR        6-1        170   Memphis Univ.              Memphis

Emmanuel Smith    QB/FS/ATH   6-2        200    Oakland                        Murfreesboro

Lucas Ward                          QB    ;6-3        186    Riverside                     Decaturville

Vic Wharton                          CB      6-0        160    Independence            Thompson Station

Petera Wilson                        LB      6-3        230    White Station              Memphis

(Listed in alphabetical order)


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