ND, Boise State are best of the rest
Originally Published: February 3, 2010By Scouts Inc. | ESPN.com
Here is a quick breakdown of the best classes that are not in BCS conferences. Andrew Hendrix (Cincinnati/Moeller) and brought depth to a position of need. The addition of wide receiver Tai-ler Jones (Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville) should soften the blow of losing Golden Tate to the draft. No. 14 OT Matt James (Cincinnati, Ohio/Saint Xavier) was a nice signing day pickup. With defense being an area of need ESPNU 150 DT Louis Nix (Jacksonville, Fla./Raines) was a big addition and could contribute quickly. Troy Ware (Vista, Calif./Vista) has great height, a large catching radius and enough speed to separate with the ball in his hands. Athlete Matt Miller (Helena, Mont./Capitol) is the top prospect in the state of Montana and the 6-foot-4, strong-handed possession receiver could end up being an ideal H-back. Both of these prospects have BCS talent and should help the Broncos' offense remain prolific.
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