While everyone hits the recruiting trail, one has to wonder how their class shapes up...how their guys they have brought into the program are up to par with the others. Here's your chance to see who are the future stars. Take note, I included JUST RS-SO, SO, RS-FR, and FR here. QUARTERBACK FR-QB- Daniel Sims (Rutgers) (75ovr) ---Sims came in with much fanfare from the Rutgers staff but little did we know he would become this good, so early in his career. As it stands, he's completing 62% of his passes and has thrown for 2132 yards and 17TD's/6INT's. He's already at the top of the pack with the nation's best. The 6'4" QB is looking like a star on the horizon. HONORABLE MENTION- FR-QB Jeff Banks (UCLA- 84ovr), FR-QB Major Fields (WISC- 87ovr) RUNNING BACKS FR-RB- Calvin Cameron (CAL) (89ovr) ---The 5'8", 191lb scat back is one of the nation's best freshman. While he doesn't get much PT right now, next year it will be his time. For a guy his size he has the amazing ability to break tackles but combines that with a full arsenal of moves to make the defense look silly. He's a surefire star in the making. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-RB John Patrick (PUR) (81ovr), SO-RB- David Jones (Wisconsin) (85ovr) WIDE RECEIVERS SO-WR Kenneth Lewis (WISC) (93ovr) ---You talk about one of the top WR's in the game and you have to talk about the physical beast that is Kenneth Lewis. He's impossible to cover. 6'3" frame, with world class speed (was on the track team in H.S.) and gets off the line faster than anyone in the nation. With 10TD's already on the year and an insane 21.7 yards a catch, Lewis is the ultimate and perfect deep threat. FR-WR Ricky Thomas (UCLA) (86ovr) ---Yeah Thoams isn't fast like Lewis, nor doesn't possess the speed that Lewis has. But put Thomas out there and let him do what he does best, and that's get open. Said one scout, "For a RS-FR, he's an amazing talent who can catch the toughest balls, not to mention he loves going to the middle of the field." Thomas is the ultimate possession WR and he's only getting better. Watch out PAC-10! HONORABLE MENTION- FR-WR Chad Byers (PITT) (85ovr), FR-WR Darrell Richardson (CAL) (83ovr) TIGHT ENDS SO-TE Jeremy Poe (CAL) (80ovr) ---Poe stands at 6'6", 224lbs and plays basketball at Cal as the team's SF. He's a huge target on the football field and he's a rising star. Poe is starting to catch on with the offense with 405 yards on the year and 4TD's. Next year he could be a main target for this offense. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-TE Herman Robinson (USF) (76ovr) OFFENSIVE LINE LEFT TACKLE SO-LT Derek Ingram (PITT) (87ovr) ---There are some talented LT's here but we go with Ingram as the one that impressed us the most. He's a converted TE who beefed up to 299lbs, came to Pitt and now is one of the top young LT's in the game. Ingram is strong, and Pitt loves the way he can move so well for a man his size. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-LT Jason Graves (WASH) (85ovr), FR-LT David Jones (WISC) (80ovr), FR-LT Eric Williams (CINCY) (78ovr) LEFT GUARD SO-LG Derron London (WISC) (87ovr) ---London maybe one of the more elite guards we've ever seen. 78 speed, 90 acceleration and more importantly, 99 awareness, it's rare that London gets caught off guard or beat by his man. Wisconsin continues their trend of churning out elite level offensive line prospects. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-LG Eric Hicks (RUTGERS) (77ovr), SO-LG Damien Grant (STAN) (77) CENTER SO-C Caleb Clemens (PITT) (86ovr) ---Pitt gets another one on the future stars list, this time with Caleb Clemens. We love Clemens for how versatile he can be. He can pull around and be the lead blocker on a power play but Pitt loves his footwork. "He's so quick off the ball and he has elite level footwork which we really didn't have to teach." Clemens isn't the strongest guy by any means but his strength on blocking plays makes up for his shortcomings. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-C Bobby Wheeler (PUR) (80ovr), SO-C Chris Marshall (USF) (77ovr), SO-C Jack Brown (CINCY) (77ovr) RIGHT GUARD SO-RG Chad Newberry (UCLA) (85ovr) ---This was a close one as to who would head the list at this spot. Wesley Johnson is ready to go pro NOW with his set of skills but Newberry is by far the better long term star here. 99 acceleration, 97 awareness and 90 strength and he has the core tools to become a STUD RG. HONORABLE MENTION- SO-RG Wesley Johnson (WISC) (90ovr), SO-RG John Davis (PITT) (84ovr), FR-RG Scott Hunter (ILLINOIS) (78ovr) RIGHT TACKLE SO-RT Seth Oliver (ILLINOIS) (82ovr) ---Illinois can say they have a future star at RT. Oliver was the best out of a rather weak RT class but don't take that away from Oliver. He's one of those jack of all trades RT. He can block, run, and is powerful but nothing world beating. But he's one of those guys that ANY team would take. HONORABLE MENTION- FR-RT Shannon Harrell (UCLA) (82ovr), SO-RT Adam Merrick (PURDUE) (81ovr) ---Next edition, we take a look at the future stars on the defensive side of the ball.