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On3 2022 Linebacker Prospect Rankings

Charles Power08/13/21
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Five-star Ohio State linebacker commit C.J. Hicks (Zack Carpenter/Lettermen Row)

On3 has updated the football prospect rankings for the 2022 cycle. The On300 includes 27 linebackers. On3’s 2022 linebacker rankings are listed below.

This update is based on the evaluation of the first half of most prospects’ senior season. Our goal is to assess a prospect’s long-term potential in college football, ultimately manifested by the NFL Draft. The aim of this initial release is to set the table prior to the all-important senior season.

Each linebacker prospect is listed with their On3 grade, hometown, high school and commitment status if applicable.

The rating scale is as follows: Five-star prospects have grades 98-100, four-star recruits have grades 90-97, while 80-89 grades are for three-stars. The On300 is comprised strictly of five-star and four-star prospects.

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2022 Linebacker Rankings

  1. Harold Perkins (98)
    Cypress (Texas) Cy Park
  2. C.J. Hicks (98)
    Dayton (Ohio) Archbishop Alter – Ohio State commit
  3. Jaylen Sneed (97)
    Hilton Head Island (S.C.) Hilton Head – Notre Dame commit
  4. Jalon Walker (95)
    Salisbury (N.C.) High – Georgia commit
  5. Jaren Kanak (94)
    Hays (Kan.) High – Clemson commit
  6. Sebastian Cheeks (94)
    Evanston (Ill.) Evanston Township – North Carolina commit
  7. Shawn Murphy (94)
    Manassas (Va.) Unity Reed – Alabama commit
  8. Shemar James (94)
    Mobile (Ala.) Faith Academy – Florida commit
  9. Gabe Powers (94)
    Marysville (Ohio) High – Ohio State commit
  10. Joshua Burnham (93)
    Traverse City (Mich.) Central – Notre Dame commit
  11. David Bailey (93)
    Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
  12. C.J. Washington (93)
    Cedartown (Ga.) High – Georgia commit
  13. DeMario Tolan (93)
    Orlando Dr. Phillips – LSU commit
  14. Abdul Carter (92)
    Glenside (Pa.) La Salle College – Penn State commit
  15. Wesley Bissainthe (92)
    Miami Miami Central
  16. Lander Barton (92)
    Salt Lake City Brighton
  17. Harrison Taggart (92)
    Draper (Utah) Corner Canyon
  18. Jalen Woods (91)
    Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco – UCLA commit
  19. Nolan Ziegler (91)
    Grand Rapids (Mich.) Catholic Central – Notre Dame commit
  20. Xavier Simmons (91)
    Greensboro (N.C.) Northwest Guilford – Virginia Tech commit
  21. Jaron Willis (91)
    Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County – Georgia Tech commit
  22. Ernest Hausmann (91)
    Columbus (Neb.) High – Nebraska commit
  23. Martell Harris (90)
    The Woodlands (Texas) High – Texas A&M commit
  24. Malaki Hamrick (90)
    Shelby (N.C.) – North Carolina commit
  25. Ish Harris (90)
    Pilot Point (Texas) – Texas A&M commit
  26. Aaron Alexander (90)
    Belleville (Mich.) – Michigan commit
  27. Tevarua Tafiti (90)
    Honolulu Punahou – Stanford commit