1995 Top Football Recruits for the State of Virginia

The 1995 top football recruits in the state of Virginia, as ranked by Doug Doughty of The Roanoke Times.

1995 Top Football Recruits for the State of Virginia

1DLMike WillettsAlexandria West Potomac
2DBDonald "Dre" BlyChesapeake Western Branch
3TEErron KinneyAshland Patrick Henry
4DEDillon TaylorPenn Laird Spotswood
5TECasey CrawfordArlington O'Connell
6LBMaurice DanielsAnnandale
7OLEvan HuntSpotsylvania
8OL/DLDarnell AlfordFredricksburg Chancellor
9LBEric BartonAlexandria Edison
10DEDonovan YarboughAnnandale
11LB/DETravis GriffithStaunton R.E. Lee
12DB/WRSorie KanuAlexandria T.C. Williams
13OLDamien WoodyAshland Patrick Henry
14DL/OLJohn St. ClairRoanoke William Fleming
15OLGeorge SealsRidgeway Magna Vista
16DE/TEChris CombsRoanoke Patrick Henry
17DL/OLJohn RawlsCourtland Southampton
18 WR/DBDerrick CrittendenAnnandale
19DBTyron EdmondSussex Central
20DEKeith ShortAshland Patrick Henry
21DEWilliam JacksonRichmond Huguenot??
22QBWillie LamPenn Laird Spotswood
23PJason MaleckiWest Springfield
24RB/DBBoo SensabaughNorton J.I. Burton
25OLTodd BoyleStaunton R.E. Lee
SleeperLBMichael HawkesNottoway

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