16. Corey Malone-Hatcher
School: St. Joseph.
Vitals: 6 feet 3, 248 pounds.
Position: Defensive end/linebacker.
The scoop: This youngster is a monster as a defensive end, where he can be a tenacious rush end. He also has enough quickness to be an outside linebacker and can handle some pass- coverage duties. Committed to Michigan.
17. Kalil Pimpleton
Vitals: 5-7, 160.
Position: Quarterback/slot receiver.
The scoop: Although he will run Muskegon’s offense, he will be a slot receiver in college, where his quickness makes it easy for him to find a hole in the defense. He is a versatile athlete and could be one of the top kickoff and punt returners in the state. Committed to Virginia Tech.
18. Scott Nelson
School: U-D Jesuit.
Vitals: 6-2, 184.
Position: Wide receiver/defensive back.
The scoop: He is a jack-of-all-trades for the Cubs, amassing 1,955 all-purpose yards. He is a standout in the secondary, where he had five interceptions, three fumble recoveries, eight pass break-ups and five tackles for loss. He can hurt the opposition in a lot of ways.
19. Rob Hudson
School: Walled Lake Western,
Vitals: 6-8, 310.
Position: Offensive tackle/defensive tackle.
The scoop: His improvement since his freshman year has been phenomenal. He has molded himself into a player and has become a two-way standout. Committed to Purdue.
20. Carter Dunaway
School: Birmingham Brother Rice.
Vitals: 6-5, 231.
Position: Tight end
The scoop: He does everything you need a tight end to do. He is an outstanding blocker and has good hands. He has surprising speed for someone his size, and he knows how to find seems in the secondary to get open. Committed to Michigan.
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