Wednesday marks the release of the 2011 ESPNU 150, naming the nation's top 150 recruits. Today, we take a look back at the players who made the list in 2010.
Biggest impact from the class: No. 144 Terrence Mitchell, WR, USF. Mitchell ended up being switched from cornerback to receiver and became a special teams standout, returning 21 punts for 232 yards. His 11.0-yard return average was tops among all freshmen in the nation, and he is penciled in to start at receiver in 2011.
The jury's still out: No. 109 Ivan McCartney, WR, West Virginia. McCartney came to the Mountaineers with high expectations but only caught one pass for 4 yards last season. You have to wonder whether or not he should have been redshirted. But now that Dana Holgorsen has taken over as offensive coordinator, hopes are much higher for McCartney to have a breakout season.
Redshirted last season, but look out: No. 67 Todd Chandler, DT, USF. Chandler spent last season bulking up and learning the defense, and is listed as a backup behind Cory Grissom at nose tackle. But he should see plenty of reps as part of the two-deep rotation.