News With Commentary by TSL Staff

Wednesday, May 22, 2002
by Will Stewart,

Issue #19 of the TSL Extra

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Issue #19 of the TSL Extra is here, and this month's issue is jam-packed with recruiting information, including the Lemming photo shoot list and TSL's first-ever ranking of in-state prospects!

In other recruiting-related articles, we've got profiles of Xavier Adibi, Fred Lee, and Michael Malone, plus a look at where SuperPrep's Top 100 of 1997 finished up. There are reflections on spring football, Wayne Crump's continued look at the state of Division 1-A football, and Jim Alderson's definition of the ever-elusive "next level."

As if that isn't enough, we roll out defensive performance rankings for the 2001 Hokies and award a defensive player of the year (hint: check this month's cover).

Here's a rundown of the articles in this month's TSL Extra:

The Lemming List
by Will Stewart. We bring you the list of players who attended the Tom Lemming photo shoot earlier this month.

The TSL Extra Top 40
Finally, after all these years, we break down and bring you a ranking of in-state prospects.

The Tall and the Short of It
by Art Stevens. How wide receivers Michael Malone and Fred Lee made their way to Virginia Tech.

Xavier Adibi: Silent but Deadly
by Kenny Lucas. A profile of Nathaniel's smooth, hard-hitting brother.

PrepStar’s 1997 Top 100
by Steve Hallock. The lowdown on what happened to the stars of PrepStar's recruiting universe from five years ago.

Spring Football in a Nutshell, the Sequel
by Will Stewart. Following up on our pre-spring look at some players.

Where is Division 1-A Football Headed? Part 2
by Wayne Crump. The restructuring of Division 1-A football continues to take shape.

The Next Level
by Jim Alderson. One man’s definition of the ‘next level.’

Inside the Numbers: TSLX Defensive Player of the Year
by Will Stewart. We take our TSLX defensive points system and name the best defensive player from last season.

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