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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:34 am    Post subject: 2007 Recruiting Preview Updated 12/27 Reply with quote

2007 Recruits: Top 75 Prospects
Data from ESPN Insider, Scouts, Inc. and Rivals, Inc
All 40 times, Hieght, Weight and Bench Max stats are unoffical


Future Updates To Come:
Prospects 76-100
Prep School Prospects
JC Prospects
A Look ahead at 2008
Postion Rankings Top 20 for Each
Evaluations for Top 100 Prospects (1-10 Complete)

1. Noel Devine, RB



Ht: 5'8
Wt: 175
40: 4.35
BN Max: 330

Verbal Commit:
Reportedly will attend Milford Academy

Evaluation:
Devine is probably the fastest most explosive player in this years class, compared by many experts to C.J Spiller, only better. He has great vision ability to stop and accelerate, make terrific cuts and makes great decision. Devine does a great job of reading his blocks and has the talent to run it straight up the middle or bounce it to the outside. As well as his running ability he his terrific as a receiver out of the backfield and with a little work on his route running he will be able to create mismatches for linebackers all day long. The only knock on his has been he is a little undersized and his work ethic has been questioned but as of lately his teachers have said he has been trying a lot harder in the classroom.

2. Jimmy Clausen, QB


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 200
40: 4.7

Verbal Commit:
Notre Dame

Evaluation:
Jimmy Clausen is one of the best quarterbacks coming out of high school in a long time. Possessing a quick release, good arm strength along with excellent consistent accuracy. Clausen possess great mechanics, form and has great vision from sideline to sideline Surprisely Clausen seems to be just as accurate when he is moving on the run. One knock on him is that he hasn’t faced the toughest competition throughout high school. His mechanics and leadership abilities should make up for this though

3. Marvin Austin, DT


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 291
40: 4.68
BN Max: 405

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Top 5 Schools In The Running
1. Florida State
2. Southen California
3. North Carolina
4. Illinois
5. Tennessee

Evaluation:
Austin posses good size and moves surprisingly well with it he Is very athletic and can get penetration but you will probably project as a two gapper at the next level. His weekness is that he tends to play tall and can get pushed around but even then he still shows the ability to get through blocks but since the competition will be tougher at the next level he will need to improve on this. He has a great work ethic and is always hustling he gets off the lines really well and forces force linemen on the offensive side of the ball while holding his ground. If he adds a little weight and continues to work hard he will be one of the best DT in college football.

4. Chris Galippo, ILB


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 235
40: 4.6
BN Max: 300

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:
Combing the best of size, speed and physical ability and you might have just made the best inside linebacker prospect you can come up with. His ability to side step makes it extremely difficult to get a block on and almost impossible to get a clean one, when you do get a shot on him he tends to shed bloacks. He has the speed to play sideline to sideline and can change direction at anytime not to mention he is very capable of knocking someone off their feet He takes terrific angles at the ball and is a very effective blitzer. Galippo is probably the defensive player that will make the soonest impact in this years class.

5. Marc Tyler, RB


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 215
40: 4.5
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:
Many would argue that Tyler is a better prospect than Devine, possessing all the needed abilities to be an exceptional back, size, power, vision, receiving skills and an excellent burse. He is so versatile that he could switch over to the defensive side of the ball and project as top linebacker prospect. His ability to change direction without losing a step will be vital at the next level. In high school he lined up at RB and WR and is a threat to score anytime he touches the ball. He has amazing strength in his legs and always keep his legs moving making him tough to bring down. Also he can sit back and protect in pass blocking. His biggest weakness if he has one would be that he doesn’t have amazing speed, projected at 4.5 more likely runs a 4.6-4.7. It won’t be long into his freshman year before he is making some sort of an impact.

6. Joe McKnight, ATH


Ht: 6'1
Wt: 193
40: 4.4
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Top 5 Schools In The Running
1. Louisiana State
2. Clemson
3. Southern California
4. Florida State
5. Arkansas

Evaluation:
McKnight will probably make a difference where ever he plays. He will probably play Safety or Corner but he is so scary with the ball you might want him on offence. Projects at 4.4 and has exceptional football speed looks like he doesn’t lose a tenth of a second once he puts the pads on. Has great initial burst and his footwork is above average. Seems to be able to know where the blocker is allowing him to get to the ball immediately. McKnight is a ball hawk on defense and is able to read quarter backs. Although he doesn’t make the biggest hits he makes sure he tackles you. On the other hand He has great hands and the size and speed to beat man to man coverage which is why he might play receiver or even running back. No matter where he plays he will probably be running kicks back. It will be interesting to see where he plays but either way he should be great.


7. Ronald Johnson, WR/DB


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 177
40: 4.4
BN Max: 280

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Top 5 Schools In The Running
1. Michigan
2. Ohio State
3. Southern California
4. Michigan State
5. Notre Dame

Evaluation:
Johnson might be my favorite player in the class. Like McKnight he can play anywhere but I would be surprised if he doesn’t play receiver but he can play cover safety or be a great corner as well. He has a very good vertical leap. He is very raw at corner so I doubt if we see him start right away there. Has some of the best hands though and has the speed to run by a corner and ability to break tackles and take it to the distance after the catch. Has amazing versatility and he often scares coaches as much as he throws himself around. This might be his biggest weakness because he is bound to get hurt, he plays hard on every play even on special teams. He is an extreme competitor and someone everyone wants on their team.

8. Eric Berry, CB


Ht: 5'11
Wt: 194
40: 4.33
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Top 5 Schools In The Running
1. Tennessee
2. Georgia
3. Auburn
4. Southern California
5. Ohio State


Evaluation:
The best true Corner prospect reminds many expects of Jai Eugene. Like Eugene he could play quarterback but wouldn’t be a top quarterback prospect and his excellent cover abilities will almost certainly have him playing corner. He has great footwork he changes directions turns his body and moves his feet with very little wasted motion. He has the ability to come up in the air and get the ball with the best receivers and he rarely gets beat his instincts allow him to break on the ball and always seems to know where the quarterback is going with the ball. He will be starting at corner very soon and making an impact as well. Don’t be surprised to see him taking snaps at Receiver and Quarterback though he will be on the defensive side of the ball full time.

9. Carlos Dunlap, DE


Ht: 6'6
Wt: 240
40: 4.7
BN Max: 240

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Schools In The Running
1. Florida
2. South Carolina
3. Georiga
4. Tennessee
5. Clemson


Evaluation:
There are three very good defensive end prospects in the years class and its hard to rate one above the other the reason I put Dunlap on top is because I think he has more potential than the other two and 3 years from now when it’s time for them to go pro he will have had the best college career. He has good height and has the body frame so that in won’t be hard for him to bulk up. His biggest asset is his ability to penetrate off the line, firing low he will be a great pass rusher and knows when to stay home as well. His biggest weekness is that he tends to push through blockers with his shoulder instead of using his hands because when he does he is very effective. As well has his pass rushing skills he can drop back in coverage if needed in a zone blitz type play. Scouts love what has already has and they love even more the upside he brings along with it.

10. Arrelious Benn, WR


Ht: 6'1
Wt: 210
40: 4.45
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Illinois

Evaluation:
There is a lot to like about Benn, him and Juice will make a great combo for Illinois. He has the size to play tight end but the speed and hands to start at receiver. Good luck to any corner who tries to press him at the line. Benn has the fantastic hands and will win most jump balls. Although he has the size to be a possession receiver he won’t hurt you much in the open field he is more of a vertical receiver running deep routes or someone you look for in the red zone because he doesn’t really have the ability to make great cuts and make defenders miss but if he makes the first one miss I can promise you, he will be gone.

11. Everson Griffen, DE


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 266
40: 4.46
BN Max: 405

Verbal Commit:
N/A - Set to announce 12/20

Schools In The Running
1. Southern California
2. UCLA
3. Notre Dame
4. California
5. Arizona

Evaluation:
Griffin ranks second on my list of ends but it wouldn’t surprise me to see him play defensive tackle. His athletic ability will allow him to play at many different positions. Has great speed considering his size, I have seen articles that report he runs a low as a 4.42, listed to run a 4.46 on rivals nonetheless that is sick for a 260+ pound defensive end. He is smart with his hands and uses them to beat blockers instead of just trying to shoulder through them. Seems to try harder on offense, he played running back as well as end in high school, so he could play halfback/fullback in college but with his ability to run from sideline to sideline and strengh to get to the quarterback it would be hard not put him somewhere on defense though he will need to work on his technique and not rely so much on natural ability.

12. Torrey Davis, DT


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 290
40:
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Florida

Evaluation:


13. Martez Wilson, DE


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 230
40: 4.58
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

14. Josh Oglesby, OT


Ht: 6'7
Wt: 315
40: 5.3
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Wisconsin


Evaluation:

15. John Chiles, WR


Ht: 6'1
Wt: 195
40: 4.4
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

16. Terrance Toliver, WR


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 185
40: 4.47
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

17. Tray Allen, OG


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 305
40: 5.3
BN Max: 350

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

18. Curtis Brown, DB/WR


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 174
40: 4.4
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

19. Chris Donald, OLB


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 220
40: 4.6
BN Max: 315

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

20. Ryan Mallett, QB


Ht: 6'7
Wt: 235
40: 5.1
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Michigan

Evaluation:
Mallet has very good size for a quarterback standing six foot seven not a lot of mobility is more of a pocket passer but has very good arm strength along with a quick release. He has extremely good arm accuracy and does a nice job leading his receivers on crossing routes. He is very tough and isn’t afraid to sit in the pocket and take a hit. One weakness he has shown is that he tends to put too much air on the deep ball instead of using his strength to drive the ball to the receiver downfield. He has been the starting quarterback for 3 years at the varsity level and has faced above average competition. So he his very experienced and should be able to start and make an impact very soon.

21. Marshall Jones, DB


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 185
40: 4.5
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:

22. Caleb King, RB


Ht: 5’11
Wt: 186
40: 4.4
BN Max: 295

Verbal Commit:
Georiga

Evaluation:

23. James Wilson, OG


Ht: 6’4
Wt: 308
40: 4.9
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:

24. Tyrod Taylor, QB


Ht: 6’1
Wt: 200
40: 4.55
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Virginia Tech

Evaluation:

25. John Brantley, QB


Ht: 6’3
Wt: 190
40: 4.64
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

26. Dwight Jones, WR


Ht: 6’5
Wt: 210
40:
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
North Carolina

Evaluation:

27. Anthony Davis, OL


Ht: 6’5
Wt: 341
40: 5.2
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

28. Aaron Hernandez, TE


Ht: 6’4
Wt: 235
40: 4.51
BN Max: 360

Verbal Commit:
Florida

Evaluation:

29. Willy Korn, QB


Ht: 6’2
Wt: 200
40: 4.555
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Clemson

Evaluation:

30. Chad Jones, DB


Ht: 6.2
Wt: 220
40: 4.55
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

31. Deonte Thompson, WR


Ht: 6’0
Wt: 180
40: 4.4
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:


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32. John Brown, DT


Ht: 6’2
Wt: 285
40:
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:


33. Allen Bailey, DE


Ht: 6’4
Wt: 255
40: 4.8
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

34. D'Angelo McCray, DT


Ht: 6’4
Wt: 289
40: 4.64
BN Max: 320

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

35. John Clay, RB


Ht: 6’0
Wt: 225
40: 4.5
BN Max: 315

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

36. Austin Box, S


Ht: 6’3
Wt: 215
40: 4.6
BN Max: 300

Verbal Commit:
Oklahoma

Evaluation:

37. Chris Strong, ILB


Ht: 6’3
Wt: 251
40: 4.6
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Ole Miss

Evaluation:

38. Duval Kamara, WR


Ht: 6’5
Wt: 209
40: 4.6
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Notre Dame

Evaluation:

39. Michael McNeil, S


Ht: 6’2
Wt: 200
40: 4.56
BN Max: 260

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

40. Ahmad Paige, WR


Ht: 6’3
Wt: 175
40: 4.4
BN Max: 185

Verbal Commit:
Florida State

Evaluation:

41. Ryan Miller, OL


Ht: 6’6
Wt: 278
40: 5.47
BN Max: 340

Verbal Commit:
Colorado

Evaluation:

42. Dionte Allen, CB


Ht: 6,0
Wt: 175
40: 4.4
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Florida State

Evaluation:

43. Enrique Davis, RB


Ht: 5’11
Wt: 212
40: 4.39
BN Max: 340

Verbal Commit:
Auburn

Evaluation:

44. Mike Paulus, QB


Ht: 6’5
Wt: 220
40: 4.9
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
North Carolina

Evaluation:

45. Gary Gray, CB


Ht: 5’10
Wt: 163
40: 4.5
BN Max: 240

Verbal Commit:
Notre Dame

Evaluation:

46. Broderick Green, RB


Ht: 6’1
Wt: 230
40: 4.57
BN Max: 305

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:

47. Jerimy Finch, DB


Ht: 6’1
Wt: 203
40: 4.5
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Michigan

Evaluation:

48. Kris O'Dowd, OL


Ht: 6’5
Wt: 315
40: 5.16
BN Max: 420

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

49. J'Courtney Williams, OLB


Ht: 6’4
Wt: 212
40: 4.65
BN Max: 325

Verbal Commit:
Virginia

Evaluation:

50. Lee Ziemba, OL


Ht: 6’7
Wt: 385
40: 5.17
BN Max: 315

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

51. Ben Martin, DE


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 230
40: 4.5
BN Max: 305

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:


52. Da'John Harris, DT


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 266
40: 4.9
BN Max: 330

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

53. Richetti Jones, DE


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 234
40: 4.78
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Oklahoma State


Evaluation:

54. Martin Coleman, OT


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 290
40: 4.8
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Southern California

Evaluation:

55. Andre Jones, DT


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 305
40: 5.66
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

56. DeAngelo Benton, WR


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 195
40: 4.45
BN Max: 245

Verbal Commit:
Louisiana State

Evaluation:

57. Eugene Clifford, DB


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 190
40: 4.45
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Ohio State

Evaluation:

58. Brian Price, DT


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 285
40: 5.29
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
UCLA

Evaluation:

59. Justin Trattou, DE


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 230
40: 4.8
BN Max: 305

Verbal Commit:
Notre Dame

Evaluation:

60. Pat Bostick, QB


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 220
40: 4.85
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Pittsburgh

Evaluation:

61. Mark Barnes, DB


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 194
40: 4.57
BN Max: 260

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

62. Niles Paul, WR


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 210
40: 4.4
BN Max: 280

Verbal Commit:
Nebraska

Evaluation:

63. Michael Huey, OG


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 290
40:
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

64. Cliff Matthews, DE


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 223
40: 4.7
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
South Carolina

Evaluation:

65. Toney Clemons, WR


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 190
40: 4.5
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Michigan

Evaluation:

66. Kodi Burns, QB


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 195
40: 4.5
BN Max: 245

Verbal Commit:
Auburn

Evaluation:

67. Lennon Creer, RB


Ht: 6'1
Wt: 202
40: 4.47
BN Max: 310

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

68. Malcolm Smith, ATH


Ht: 6'2
Wt: 200
40: 4.4
BN Max: 300

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:

69. Aundre McGaskey, OG


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 290
40: 5.2
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Texas

Evaluation:

70. Luther Davis, DE


Ht: 6'3
Wt: 220
40: 4.85
BN Max:

Verbal Commit:
Pittsburgh

Evaluation:

71. Mike Ragone, TE


Ht: 6'4
Wt: 221
40: 4.5
BN Max: 305

Verbal Commit:
Notre Dame

Evaluation:

72. Gerald Jones, RB


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 185
40: 4.47
BN Max: 285

Verbal Commit:
Tennessee

Evaluation:

73. Jonathan Dwyer, RB


Ht: 6'0
Wt: 197
40: 4.4
BN Max: 275

Verbal Commit:
Georiga Tech

Evaluation:

74. Bryan Bulaga, OT


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 270
40: 4.78
BN Max: 380

Verbal Commit:
Iowa

Evaluation:

75.Kerry Murphy, DT


Ht: 6'5
Wt: 315
40: 5.1
BN Max: 300

Verbal Commit:
N/A

Evaluation:


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Offensive Player Rankings By Postion
Links lead to Scout Inc. Player Profiles

Quarterback
1. Jimmy Claussen
2. Ryan Mallett
3. Tyrod Taylor
4. John Brantley
5. Willy Korn
6. Mike Paulus
7. Pat Bostick
8. Kodi Burns
9. Aaron Corp
10. Peter Lalich
11. Josh Nesbitt
12. Stephen Garcia
13. Logan Gray
14. Jarrett Lee
15. Steven Threet
16. Cameron Newton
17. Chris Forcier
18. Keith Nichol
19. Robert Marve
20. Charlie Russell

Running Back
1. Noel Devine
2. Marc Tyler
3. Joe McKnight
4. Caleb King
5. John Clay
6. Enrique Davis
7. Broderick Green
8. Lennon Creer
9. Gerald Jones
10. Jonathan Dwyer
11. Chris Rainey
12. Brandon Saine
13. Antwain Easterling
14. Robert Hughes
15. Robert Elliott
16. Raymond Carter
17. Armando Allen
18. Ryan Houston
19. Jahvid Best
20. Shane Vereen

Wide Receiver
1. Ronald Johnson
2. Arrelious Benn
3. John Chiles
4. Terrance Toliver
5. Dwight Jones
6. Deonte Thompson
7. Duval Kamara
8. Ahmad Paige
9. DeAngelo Benton
10. Niles Paul
11. Malcolm Williams
12. Dez Bryant
13. Ron Brooks
14. Markques Simas
15. Alphonso Bryant
16. Toney Clemons
17. Brandon Gibson
18. Jermaine McKenzie
19. Martell Webb
20. James Kirkendoll

Tight End
1. Aaron Hernandez
2. Mike Ragone
3. Lansford Watson
4. Rob Gronkowski
5. Nate Chandler
6. Mitch Joseph
7. Chris Izbicki
8. Blaine Irby
9. Aron White
10. Billy Chavis

Fullbacks
1. Cody Johnson
2. Vince Helmuth
3. Henry Hynoski
4. Jeramie Griffin
5. Quentin Castille
6. Devon Ramsay
7. William Anderson
8. John Douglas
9. Derrick Washington
10. Logwone Mitz

Offensive Tackle
1. Josh Oglesby
2. Anthony Davis
3. Ryan Miller
4. Lee Ziemba
5. Martin Coleman
6. Bryan Bulaga
7. Carson York
8. Jarvis Jones
9. Jaivorio Burkes
10. William Alvarez
11. Trinton Sturdivant
12. Nick Claytor
13. Derek Sherrod
14. Antwane Greenlee
15. Darris Sawtelle
16. Sam DeMartinis
17. Kyle Hix
18. Darrion Weems
19. Lamar Milstead
20. Quintin Richardson

Offensive Guard
1. Tray Allen
2. James Wilson
3. Michael Huey
4. Aundre McGaskey
5. Matt Romine
6. John Elliott
7. Chris Jacobson
8. Matt Summers-Gavin
9. Stefen Wisniewski
10. Michael Pouncey
11. Patrick Crump
12. Chaz Ramsey
13. Blake Behrens
14. Rishaw Johnson
15. Maurkice Pouncey
16. Harland Gunn
17. Po'u Palelei
18. Lonnie Edwards
19. Tanner Strickland
20. Mark Spinney

Center
1. Kristofer O'Dowd
2. Ryan Pugh
3. Gino Gradkowski
4. T-Bob Hebert
5. David Molk
6. Seth Oxner
7. Garth Gerhart
8. Jason Hannan
9. Mason Cloy
10. Donald Stephenson
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 5:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love it and keep it coming...
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 5:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Posting information from ESPN Insider is against the copyright rules of the forum.

Also, you need to give a link for each quote.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

my bad didn't realize that... i'll just write my own evaluations... this might take a lil while longer to finish post than expected lol but stay tuned... I am going to try and keep the updates on schedule then evaluations just will come with time...

thanks LSU for the heads up
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dunlap looks like he's 12.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bababooey wrote:
Dunlap looks like he's 12.


i thought i read somewhere that he will be like 16 or 17 when he enters college i could be wrong but that could be the reason if it is true.
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noel devine is not better than jimmy clausen no if ands' or buts' about it...hes not even better than marvin austin, everson griffen or joe mcknight IMO..
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