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Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Updated: May 22, 2:19 PM ET
NYC SPARQ All-Combine team

By Michael White
ESPNHS

NEW YORK -- The Nike SPARQ Combine tour took place in New York for the first time in more than five years, and more than 900 athletes showed up for testing and competing. While many of those attendees turned in strong performances, only 24 were good enough to make the All-Combine team.

Note: Selections are based upon combine performance as well as past and projected on-field performance. Athletes must have completed two of the four combine tests to be eligible for selection. Athletes are in the Class of 2013 unless otherwise noted.


OFFENSE

QB: Joe Ferguson, 6-1, 188, Madison Memorial (Madison, Wis.)
Results: 4.65 40, 4.21 SH, 36-5 PB, 31.5 VJ, 94.02 SPARQ
Breakdown: Junior year was cut short due to injury, but he still threw for 1,247 yards and nine touchdowns in four games.

RB: John Haggart, 6-1, 206, Sayville (West Sayville, N.Y.)
Results: 4.67 40, 4.26 SH, 38-0 PB, 35.2 VJ, 107.22 SPARQ
Breakdown: Had an outstanding junior campaign and was selected to the NYSSWA Class A All-State team.

RB: Augustus Edwards, 6-1, 221, Tottenville (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Results: 4.58 40, 4.52 SH, 33-0 PB, 31.6 VJ, 90.12 SPARQ
Breakdown: Elusive power back currently holds nine offers; rushed for more than 1,300 yards last year.

RB: Alex Muir, 5-9, 166, Chardon (Ohio)
Results: 4.65 40, 4.16 SH, 34-0 PB, 39.6 VJ, 102.66 SPARQ
Breakdown: Shifty back posted one of the day's top SPARQ ratings.

WR: David Coggins, 5-11, 179, Sacred Heart (Waterbury, Conn.)
Results: 4.75 40, 4.20 SH, 38-0 PB, 33.5 VJ, 97.95 SPARQ
Breakdown: Missed last year with a broken foot after a huge sophomore year in which he had 78 catches for 1,417 yards and nine touchdowns.

WR: Ryan Ammerman, 6-1.5, 200, Malvern Prep (Malvern, Pa.)
Results: 4.94 40, 4.41 SH, 40-0 PB, 29.4 VJ, 86.88 SPARQ
Breakdown: Has a unique combo of size and strength evident by the second-highest powerball throw.

OL: Aaron Genevese, 6-2, 295, Whitehall (Pa.)
Results: 5.34 40, 4.89 SH, 40-0 PB, 22.4 VJ, 77.34 SPARQ
Breakdown: Was the leader on the line for a playoff team last year.

OL: Enock Asante, 6-1.5, 257, Steinert (Hamilton, N.J.)
Results: 5.14 40, 5.09 SH, 38-0 PB, 25.1 VJ, 69.87 SPARQ
Breakdown: Was a Valley Division All-Star as a junior.

OL: Shamel Peters, 6-1, 307, Boys & Girls (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Results: 5.43 40, 5.24 SH, 31-0 PB, 24.6 VJ, 62.31 SPARQ
Breakdown: Showed quick feet for size, could be a solid guard prospect in time.

OL: Justin Douglas, 6-2.5, 287, New Rochelle (N.Y.)
Results: 5.71 40, 5.26 SH, 32-0 PB, 24.2 VJ, 55.86 SPARQ
Breakdown: A player of his size is worth checking in on during senior year.

OL: Patrick Walpole, 6-2, 270, Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y.)
Results: 5.39 40, 5.06 SH, 31-0 PB, 24.8 VJ, 55.59 SPARQ
Breakdown: Superb shuttle time for position, shows ability to get out to edge and clear room.

ATH: James Chambers, 5-10, 178, Lockport (N.Y.)
Results: 4.68 40, 4.26 SH, 36-0 PB, 32.2 VJ, 91.86 SPARQ
Breakdown: Chambers tested well with stellar 40 and shuttle times.

DEFENSE

DL: Ebenezer Ogundeko, 6-3, 227, Thomas Jefferson (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Results: 5.01, 40, 4.52 SH, 40-0 PB, 32.0 VJ, 91.77 SPARQ
Breakdown: Ogundeko decommitted from UConn earlier this year and has been offered by more than 20 schools.

DL: Peter Angeh, 6-1.5, 239, The Bullis School (Potomac, Md.)
Results: 5.07 40, 5.03 SH, 40-5 PB, 30.6 VJ, 83.97 SPARQ
Breakdown: Finished with day's top powerball throw and showed flashes of quickness.

DL: Brandon Weir, 6-2, 212, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.)
Results: 5.09 40, 4.52 SH, 33-5 PB, 34.0 VJ, 77.52 SPARQ
Breakdown: Just recently picked up first offer from Army.

LB: Chris Woolbright, 6-2, 192, High School of Sports Management (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Results: 4.60 40, 4.30 SH, 34-5 PB, 32.1 VJ, 93.81 SPARQ
Breakdown: Tested at earlier Philadelphia combine and made significant improvements in each test.

LB: Jordan Swan, 6-1, 210, Bishop George Ahr (Edison, N.J.)
Results: 4.86 40, 4.34 SH, 35-5 PB, 35.6 VJ, 94.38 SPARQ
Breakdown: Playmaker that has the speed to cover and strength to stop the run.

LB: Nick King, 6-0, 216, St. Joseph by-the-Sea (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Results: 4.76 40, 4.63 SH, 37-5 PB, 31.3 VJ, 84.90 SPARQ
Breakdown: Could develop into a fine strong safety at the next level with combo of size and quickness.

LB: Scott Beltz, 6-2, 210, Pen Argyl Area (Pa.)
Results: 5.07 40, 4.52 SH, 36-5 PB, 28.2 VJ, 73.74 SPARQ
Breakdown: Was a force in the backfield last year with 17 tackles for loss with 69 tackles to earn All-Area honors.

DB: Dionza Blue, 5-11, 175, Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.)
Results: 4.65 40, 4.44 SH, 38-0 PB, 35.5 VJ, 95.76 SPARQ
Breakdown: Made the long trip worth it posting with a top ten SPARQ rating.

DB: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim, 5-11.5, 168 Jamaica (Queens, N.Y.)
Results: 4.65 40, 4.21 SH, 37-0 PB, 32.4 VJ, 95.16 SPARQ
Breakdown: Another player who made significant improvements after a decent showing at the Philadelphia combine.

DB: Ross Douglas, 5-10, 181, Avon (Ohio)
Results: 4.50 40, 4.09 SH, 35-5 PB, 33.2 VJ, 107.07 SPARQ
Breakdown: The Penn State verbal did not disappoint, showing why the Nittany Lions are excited to the land a commitment from the athletic playmaker.

DB: Kyle Buss, 5-10, 170, Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y.)
Results: 4.77 40, 4.00 SH, 38-0 PB, 30.7 VJ, 100.56 SPARQ
Breakdown: One of four players to top the century mark in the SPARQ rating.

ATH: Terence Hall, 6-0.5, 196, Doherty Memorial (Worcester, Mass.)
Results: 4.68 40, 4.41 SH, 36-0 PB, 32.8 VJ, 91.44 SPARQ
Breakdown: Has everything colleges look for in a playmaker with size, speed and strength.