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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Ronald PowellDE
Moreno Valley, CARancho Verde

Was named MVP of the 10th annual US Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'4"230Florida
#2Seantrel HendersonOL
Saint Paul, MNCretin-Derham Hall

Led team to its second state title in school history.

5 stars6'8"301Miami (FL)
#3Kyle PraterWR
Hillside, ILProviso West

Finished senior season with 64 catches for 1,151 yards and 23 touchdowns.

5 stars6'5"205USC
#4Sharrif FloydDT
Philadelphia, PAGeorge Washington

Led all players with two sacks in Army Bowl.

5 stars6'3"310Florida
#5Keenan AllenDB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Helped team win first conference championship in school history.

5 stars6'3"195California
#6Robert WoodsATH
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

Led school to first CIF-Title in more than 20 years.

5 stars6'1"180USC
#7Dominique EasleyDT
Staten Island, NYCurtis

Selected as one of the game MVPs in Under Armour Game.

5 stars6'3"258Florida
#8Owamagbe OdighizuwaDE
Portland, ORDavid Douglas

Had 90 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior.

5 stars6'3"234UCLA
#9Da'Rick RogersWR
Calhoun, GACalhoun

Finished senior season with 86 catches for 1,641 yards and 22 touchdowns.

5 stars6'3"206Tennessee
#10Marcus LattimoreRB
Duncan, SCByrnes

Earned South Carolina Mr. Football award while leading team in rushing yards and receptions in 2009.

5 stars6'0"210South Carolina
#11Michael DyerRB
Little Rock, ARLittle Rock Christian

Dyer was named Gatorade Arkansas Player of the Year in 2009 after rushing for 2,484 yards in just 12 games.

5 stars5'8"201Auburn
#12Jackson JeffcoatDE
Plano, TXPlano West

Recorded 82 tackles and nine sacks as a senior.

5 stars6'3"230Texas
#13Robert CrispOL
Raleigh, NCAthens Drive

Led team to second round of the playoffs in Class 4A as a senior.

5 stars6'7"299N.C. State
#14Lamarcus JoynerDB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Defensive star was fourth on the team in scoring while returning three kicks for scores in 2009.

5 stars5'8"166Florida St.
#15Latwan AndersonATH
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Helped team to state championship game as a senior.

5 stars5'11"185Miami (FL)
#16Jordan HicksLB
West Chester, OHLakota West

Was the recipient of the second Annual Dick Butkus award given to the nation's top high school linebacker.

5 stars6'2"220Texas
#17Dillon BaxterRB
San Diego, CAMission Bay

Was awarded the Ken Hall Trophy, which recognizes the nation's top high school player.

5 stars5'11"187USC
#18Chris MartinDE
Aurora, COGrandview High School

Was named starting linebacker in the Army Bowl.

5 stars6'4"240California
#19Spencer WareATH
Cincinnati, OHPrinceton

Leading rusher in Army Bowl.

5 stars5'11"220LSU
#20Christian JonesLB
Winter Park, FLLake Howell

Had four tackles and a pass breakup in Under Armour Game.

5 stars6'4"220Florida St.
#21William GholstonDE
Detroit, MISoutheastern

Recorded 113 tackles and an astonishing 27 sacks as a senior.

5 stars6'7"237Michigan St.
#22Shon ColemanOL
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Selected as a starter in the Army Bowl.

5 stars6'7"285Auburn
#23DeMarcus MillinerDB
Millbrook, ALStanhope Elmore

Had four tackles, and two pass breakups, while helping the Alabama squad hold Mississippi to 44 yards total offense in All-Star Classic.

5 stars6'2"180Alabama
#24Markeith AmblesWR
McDonough, GAHenry County

Recorded five catches for 86 yards in Hawaii/Mainland Bowl.

5 stars6'2"182USC
#25Matt ElamDB
West Palm Beach, FLDwyer

Led team to a 4A State Championship in 2009.

5 stars6'0"205Florida
#26Lache SeastrunkRB
Temple, TXTemple

Rushed for 1,179 yards and 11 touchdowns, whle catching 12 passes for 218 yards as a senior.

5 stars5'11"192Oregon
#27George UkoDT
Chino, CADon Lugo

Helped team double its win total from the previous year in 2009.

4 stars6'4"300USC
#28Joshua ShawDB
Palmdale, CAPalmdale

Passed for 2,279 yards while rushing for 921 yards and recording 50 tackles on defense as a senior.

4 stars6'1"195Florida
#29Reggie WilsonDE
Haltom City, TXHaltom

Leading tackler in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"240Texas
#30Gabe KingDE
Eugene, ORSouth Eugene

Was selected as member of Army Bowl.

4 stars6'6"253California
#31J.R. FergusonDE
Chatham, VAHargrave Military Academy

In the fall of 2009, ran an amazing 4.67 during Hargrave's post season workout at 272 pounds.

4 stars6'3"272LSU
#32James HurstOL
Indianapolis, INPlainfield

Was an Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'5"284N. Carolina
#33Cassius MarshDT
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Blocked field goal in Army Bowl that resulted in touchdown.

4 stars6'3"275UCLA
#34Mike DavisWR
Dallas, TXSkyline

Recorded three catches for 53 yards and touchdown in Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'1"185Texas
#35Corey LemonierDE
Hialeah, FLHialeah

Selected to the Aloha Prep Bowl and the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'4"223Auburn
#36Tevin JacksonLB
Garland, TXGarland

Helped lead team to 9-3 record while being selected a Army All-American in 2009.

4 stars6'3"230Texas
#37Ivan McCartneyWR
Miramar, FLMiramar

Led team to 6A State title and was a U.S. Army All-American.

4 stars6'3"180West Virginia
#38Cecil WhitesideLB
Newport Beach, CANewport Harbor

Tied for second leading tackler for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'3"220California
#39Luke JoeckelOL
Arlington, TXArlington

Named left tackler starter in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'6"280Texas A&M
#40Alec OgletreeDB
Newnan, GANewnan

Named left tackler starter in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'3"210Georgia
#41Darius WhiteWR
Fort Worth, TXDunbar

Had 24 catches for 491 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"205Texas
#42Jeff LucLB
Port St. Lucie, FLTreasure Coast

Under Armour All-American led team to 8-4 record in 2009.

4 stars6'1"230Florida St.
#43Chaz GreenOL
Tampa, FLTampa Catholic

Under Armour All-American led team to 8-4 record in 2009.

4 stars6'6"290Florida
#44Silas ReddRB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

Was a finalist for the National Player of the Year Award, given out by the U.S. Army.

4 stars5'10"200Penn St.
#45T.J. StriplingDE
Decatur, GASouthwest Dekalb

Recorded 65 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'6"215Georgia
#46Trovon ReedATH
Thibodaux, LAThibodaux

Was the leading paser and second leading rusher on his team, helping him earn a spot on Army Bowl roster.

4 stars6'0"173Auburn
#47Jaylen WatkinsDB
Cape Coral, FLCape Coral

Was member of East squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"172Florida
#48Jake MatthewsOL
Missouri City, TXElkins

Started at center for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"275Texas A&M
#49Khairi ForttLB
Stamford, CTStamford

Second-leading tackler on team also had two tackles in Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"220Penn St.
#50Anthony BarrATH
Los Angeles, CALoyola

Selected to the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"230UCLA
#51Xavier GrimbleTE
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Caught 39 passes for 699 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'6"245USC
#52Justin McCayATH
Shawnee, KSBishop Miege

Two-way star led team to Class 4A state title in 2009.

4 stars6'3"197Oklahoma
#53Brennan ClayRB
San Diego, CAScripps Ranch

Rushed for 1,812 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'0"190Oklahoma
#54Jeffrey WhitakerDT
Warner Robins, GAWarner Robins

Tremendous performance in the GACA North/South All Star game and Army Bowl.

4 stars6'3"295Auburn
#55Jawuan JamesOL
Suwanee, GANorth Gwinnett

Selected as starter for Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'6"293Tennessee
#56C.J. MosleyLB
Theodore, ALTheodore

Selected to AL/MS All Star Classic and Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"212Alabama
#57Braylon HeardRB
Youngstown, OHCardinal Mooney

Rushed for 1,973 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'11"180Nebraska
#58John FultonDB
Manning, SCManning

Member of both NC/SC Shrine Bowl and Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'1"180Alabama
#59Andrew NorwellOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

Selected to the Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'7"275Ohio St.
#60Victor HamptonDB
Darlington, SCDarlington

Selected to the Army Bowl.

4 stars5'11"170South Carolina
#61Christian GreenATH
Tampa, FLTampa Catholic

Led team to the 2B state championship game as a senior.

4 stars6'2"200Florida St.
#62Tony JeffersonDB
Chula Vista, CAEastlake

Rushed for 1,117 yards and 20 touchdowns, while recording 35 tackles in 2009.

4 stars6'0"196Oklahoma
#63Jake HeapsQB
Sammamish, WASkyline

Led team to second straight state championship and was nine for 12 at Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"195BYU
#64Trey HopkinsOL
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Was selected as a starter for the Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'4"270Texas
#65Roderick SmithRB
Fort Wayne, INHarding

Finished high school career with 6,620 yards rushing.

4 stars6'3"220Ohio St.
#66Corey MillerDE
Duncan, SCByrnes

Selected to NC/SC Shrine Bowl and Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'4"227Tennessee
#67Phillip SimsQB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Threw for 2,938 yards, 33 touchdowns and only four interceptions as a senior.

4 stars6'2"209Alabama
#68D.J. MorganRB
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Rushed for 1,400 yards and 23 touchdowns in injury-shortened season.

4 stars5'11"175USC
#69Brandon WillisDE
Duncan, SCByrnes

Recorded three sacks, and three tackles for a loss in state championship game.

4 stars6'3"255N. Carolina
#70Alfy HillDE
Shallotte, NCWest Brunswick

Was selected as member of the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"222Alabama
#71Ian SilbermanOL
Fleming Island, FLFleming Island

Under All-American led his team to 10-3 record in 2009.

4 stars6'4"257Florida
#72Nick DemienOL
Wentzville, MOTimberland

Was selected as a starter for the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'6"295Missouri
#73DeAndrew WhiteWR
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Stellar week of practice at the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'0"170Alabama
#74Bronson KaufusiDE
Provo, UTTimpview

Missed most of senior season, but was still selected as an Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'6"250BYU
#75Justin HunterWR
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

Stellar week of practice at the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"172Tennessee
#76Brent BenedictOL
Jacksonville, FLBolles

Was selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"278Georgia
#77Chris DunkleyWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Had 600 yards in receiving and six touchdown catches in 2009.

4 stars5'10"164Florida
#78Marquis FlowersATH
Goodyear, AZMillennium

Rushed for 1,247 yards and 16 touchdowns, while recording 62 tackles as a senior.

4 stars6'3"210Arizona
#79Garrison SmithDT
Atlanta, GADouglass

Had 80 tackles, 20 tackles for a loss and 10 sacks in 2009.

4 stars6'4"250Georgia
#80Jacques SmithDE
Ooltewah, TNOoltewah

Finished senior season with 79 tackles, 21 tackles for a loss and 9.5 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'3"225Tennessee
#81Gerald ChristianTE
West Palm Beach, FLDwyer

Helped lead team to 4A state championship and as selected a Army All-American.

4 stars6'3"220Florida
#82Cedric OgbuehiOL
Allen, TXAllen

Held his own versus Ronald Powell in Army Bowl scrimmage.

4 stars6'5"270Texas A&M
#83Jarrick WilliamsDB
Eight Mile, ALBlount

Selected to play in the AL/MS All-Star Classic and the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"205Alabama
#84Martavis BryantWR
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

Selected to both the NC/SC Shrine Bowl and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'4"190Clemson
#85Louis NixDT
Jacksonville, FLRaines

Selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'2"320Notre Dame
#86Matt JamesOL
Cincinnati, OHSt. Xavier

Was a starter in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'8"290Notre Dame
#87Malcolm JonesATH
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Led team to CIF title game and was selected as starter of Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"210UCLA
#88Ricky HeimuliDT
Salt Lake City, UTBrighton

Two-way starter was selected to Aloha Prep Bowl and Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"280Oregon
#89Terrence MitchellDB
Tampa, FLHillsborough

As a junior, finished second in the state in long and triple jumps.

4 stars5'10"165South Florida
#90Eric ReidDB
Geismar, LADutchtown

Was tabbed a starter in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"210LSU
#91Kelcy QuarlesDT
Greenwood, SCGreenwood

Was selected to the NC/SC Shrine Bowl and the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"265South Carolina
#92Sione PotoaeDT
Lakewood, WALakes

Led team to a 12-1 record and was selected to the Army Bowl as a senior.

4 stars6'3"285Washington
#93Dion BaileyDB
Lakewood, CALakewood

Help lead team to an undefeated conference record and 11-2 overall as a senior.

4 stars6'1"195USC
#94Roy FinchRB
Niceville, FLNiceville

Led team to 4A state championship game in 2009.

4 stars5'8"170Oklahoma
#95Leon OrrDT
New Port Richey, FLGulf

Selected as member of the Under All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"300Florida
#96Chris JonesWR
Daingerfield, TXDaingerfield

Helped lead team to 2A state title in 2009.

4 stars6'0"172Texas
#97Curtis WhiteTE
Eugene, ORSheldon

Caught 44 passes for 773 yards and 12 touchdowns, while recording 63 tackles for state championship team in 2009.

4 stars6'5"240Oregon
#98Taylor BibleDT
Denton, TXGuyer

Led team to a 13-2 record in 2009 and was member of Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'3"280Texas
#99Cullen ChristianDB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Recorded four picks while leading team to state quarterfinals in 2009.

4 stars6'0"180Michigan
#100Demetrius WrightDB
Corona, CACorona

Selected as starter in Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"201USC
#101Quinton SpainOL
Petersburg, VAPetersburg

Top one-on-one performer for East squad at Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"330West Virginia
#102Mike HullLB
Canonsburg, PACanon McMillan

Top one-on-one performer for East squad at Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"215Penn St.
#103Calvin BarnettDT
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Selected as starter for the West squad in Army Bowl.

4 stars6'3"330Arkansas
#104Nick ForbesLB
Frederick, MDThomas Johnson

Was selected as player in Crab Bowl and Army Bowl.

4 stars6'0"223California
#105Kadron BooneWR
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

Helped lead team to 9-3 record as a senior.

4 stars6'1"190LSU
#106Storm JohnsonRB
Loganville, GALoganville

Rushed for 1, 937 yards an 31 touchdowns in just 11 games as a senior.

4 stars6'1"217Miami (FL)
#107Ashton DorseyDT
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

Under Armour All-American led team to 12-2 record in 2009.

4 stars6'2"276Texas
#108Ross ApoWR
Arlington, TXThe Oakridge School

Named starter for the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"190BYU
#109Jordon JamesRB
Corona, CACorona

Rushed for 1,191 yards and 10 touchdowns, while catching 15 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'10"190UCLA
#110Dietrich RileyDB
La Canada, CASt. Francis

Rushed for 899 yards and nine touchdowns, while catching 29 passes for 436 yards in 2009.

4 stars6'0"200UCLA
#111Nickell RobeyDB
Frostproof, FLFrostproof

Rivals MVP of the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game.

4 stars5'8"165USC
#112Christian ThomasTE
Palmdale, CAHighland

Finished his senior year with 700 yards receiving, nine touchdowns and 13 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'3"235USC
#113Connor WoodQB
Houston, TXSecond Baptist

Threw for 2,669 yards and 19 touchdowns, while rushing for 668 yards in 2009.

4 stars6'4"209Texas
#114Christian BryantDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Led team to state championship game and was member of Army Bowl.

4 stars5'10"173Ohio St.
#115Dominic EspinosaOL
Cedar Park, TXCedar Park

Selected as member of the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"295Texas
#116Kenny ShawWR
Orlando, FLDr. Phillips

Selected as member of the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'0"160Florida St.
#117Arie KouandjioOL
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

Led team to state championship game and an 11-1 record as a senior.

4 stars6'6"314Alabama
#118Corey BrownATH
Springfield, PACardinal O'Hara

Was leading receiver and leading rusher on 8-3 team in 2009.

4 stars6'0"186Ohio St.
#119Jordan AllenDE
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Helped lead team to 5A state title as a senior.

4 stars6'6"266LSU
#120Vincent SandersWR
Macon, MSNoxubee County

Helped lead team to a 12-2 record in 2009.

4 stars6'3"182Mississippi
#121Michaelee HarrisWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Finished senior season with more than 400 yards receiving and seven toucdowns.

4 stars6'0"167Louisville
#122Brett NottinghamQB
Danville, CAMonte Vista

Led team to 9-4 record in 2009.

4 stars6'4"210Stanford
#123Lynden TrailDE
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Stole the show defensively down at the Aloha Prep Bowl.

4 stars6'7"220Florida
#124Jesse ScrogginsQB
Lakewood, CALakewood

Passed for 2,462 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'3"195USC
#125Zack McCrayDE
Lynchburg, VABrookville

Had 15 sacks and led team to 9-3 record as a senior.

4 stars6'4"236Virginia Tech
#126Blake BellQB
Wichita, KSBishop Carroll

Threw for 2,752 yards and 32 touchdowns while rushing for 839 yards in 2009 season.

4 stars6'6"210Oklahoma
#127Cody RiggsDB
Ft. Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Finished senior season with four interceptions and 13 pass breakups.

4 stars5'8"156Florida
#128LaDarius OwensLB
Bessemer, ALJess Lanier

Had two sacks in the Alabama-Mississippi All Star Classic.

4 stars6'2"225Auburn
#129C.J. FiedorowiczTE
Johnsburg, ILJohnsburg

Had 44 catches for 921 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'7"240Iowa
#130Tevin CarterWR
Los Angeles, CASantee Educational Complex

Recorded 84 tackles while catching 42 passes for 1,117 yards and eight touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'3"190California
#131Tyler BrayQB
Kingsburg, CAKingsburg

Passed for 3,321 yards and 41 touchdowns, while leading team to perfect 13-0 record as a senior.

4 stars6'6"187Tennessee
#132Devin GardnerQB
Detroit, MIInkster

Led his team to the state championship game in 2009.

4 stars6'4"195Michigan
#133Ahmad DixonDB
Waco, TXMidway

Selected as member of Aloha Prep Bowl and Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"194Baylor
#134Paul JonesQB
McKees Rocks, PASto Rox

Finished career throwing for 5,617 yards with 60 touchdown passes.

4 stars6'3"226Penn St.
#135Matt MiltonWR
Mascoutah, ILMascoutah

As a junior, had 40 catches for 797 yards and none touchdowns.

4 stars6'6"192Tennessee
#136Robert BoldenQB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Threw for 1,013 yards and seven touchdowns, while rushing for 535 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'4"195Penn St.
#137Josh ShirleyLB
Fontana, CAKaiser

Selected as a linebacker for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"225UCLA
#138Randall TelferTE
Rancho Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga

Had 42 catches for 800 yards and six touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'4"220USC
#139Austin HaywoodTE
Moore, OKSouthmoore

Had 34 catches for 578 yards and 12 touchdowns while recording 65 tackles as a senior.

4 stars6'4"245Oklahoma
#140DeMarco CobbsATH
Tulsa, OKTulsa Central

Ran for 1,404 yards and 17 touchdowns, while recording 62 tackles on defense in 2009.

4 stars6'1"198Texas
#141Tai-ler JonesWR
Gainesville, GAGainesville High School

Had 76 catches for 1,399 yards and 18 toucdowns, while leading team to state championship game as a senior.

4 stars6'0"184Notre Dame
#142Barry BrunettiQB
Memphis, TNMemphis University School

Led team to state championship and was selected starter for the East squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'0"207West Virginia
#143Dyjuan LewisWR
Indianapolis, INPike

Helped lead team to 9-2 record in 2009.

4 stars6'2"186Cincinnati
#144Shakim PhillipsWR
Wayne, NJDe Paul Catholic

Selected to play in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'2"191Boston Coll.
#145Mike ThorntonDT
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

Led team to 11-1 record and was selected to the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'2"280Georgia
#146Joshua ReeseWR
Miami, FLMiami Central

Had 40 receptions for 824 yards and eight touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'1"182UCF
#147Kenny StillsWR
Carlsbad, CALa Costa Canyon

Had more than 1,000 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'2"175Oklahoma
#148DeAndre HopkinsATH
Central, SCD. W. Daniel

Hopkins was the most sure handed receiver all week at the Shrine Bowl practices.

4 stars6'2"194Clemson
#149Shep KlinkeOL
Katy, TXKaty

Led Team to a 14-2 record and a second staight championship game appearance as a senior.

4 stars6'7"290Texas A&M
#150Quinton DunbarWR
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Helped lead team to 10-2 record in 2009.

4 stars6'3"170Florida
#151Rajion NealRB
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Led school to its first state championship in football while going 14-1 in 2009.

4 stars5'10"214Tennessee
#152James FranklinQB
Corinth, TXLake Dallas

Passed for 2,156 yards and 19 , while rushing for 1,183 yards and 19 scores in 2009.

4 stars6'2"218Missouri
#153Kevin Pierre-LouisLB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

Averaged 17.3 tackles a game as a senior.

4 stars6'1"215Boston Coll.
#154Deontae CooperRB
Perris, CACitrus Hill

Rushed 315 times for 2,863 yards and 34 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'0"205Washington
#155Aaron BensonLB
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

Recovered from a shoulder injury during the season to compete in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'2"205Texas
#156Eduardo ClementsRB
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Rushed for 694 yards and nine touchdowns on 100 carries as a senior.

4 stars5'10"185Miami (FL)
#157Dontae WilliamsRB
Houston, TXAldine

Rushed for 1,111 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars5'11"200Oregon
#158Titus TillDB
Upper Marlboro, MDWise

Has been clocked at 10.8 seconds in the 100 meters.

4 stars6'3"200Maryland
#159Corey NelsonLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

As a senior, Nelson recorded 120 tackles, 10 sacks and two blocked field goals.

4 stars6'0"210Oklahoma
#160Jordan HadenDB
Fort Washington, MDFriendly

Younger brother of projected first-round NFL-draft pick Joe Haden.

4 stars6'0"198Florida
#161Jimmy GjereOL
New Brighton, MNIrondale

Athletic lineman also excells in ice hockey and baseball in the offseason.

4 stars6'7"275Minnesota
#162Demar DorseyDB
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

Multi-purpose athlete started at safety in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'1"175Michigan
#163Marcus LucasWR
Liberty, MOLiberty Senior

Versatile athlete played wide receiver for the West in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"195Missouri
#164Tyrus ThompsonOL
Pflugerville, TXPflugerville

Competed in the O-D All-American Bowl after his senior season.

4 stars6'6"278Oklahoma
#165Ronnie VinsonATH
New Orleans, LAIsidore Newman School

After spending most of his senior year at running back, Vinson played defensive back in the O-D All-American Bowl.

4 stars5'11"186LSU
#166Thomas RickettsOL
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

Was named to the Big 33 Classic Roster following his senior season.

4 stars6'6"265Penn St.
#167Giovanni Di PoaloOL
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

Part of an offensive line that led St. Bonaventure to an 11-2 record.

4 stars6'4"260USC
#168Damien RobinsonOL
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Excelled in both the Alabama-Mississippi Classic and the Army Bowl at offensive tackle.

4 stars6'8"330Mississippi St.
#169Darious CummingsDE
Titusville, FLAstronaut

Has the ability to play tight end, defensive tackle, defensive end or linebacker at the next level.

4 stars6'2"245Florida St.
#170Anthony JeffersonATH
Los Angeles, CACathedral

As a senior, had 50 tackles and two interceptions on defense with 50 catches for around 1,200 yards and 21 touchdowns at receiver.

4 stars6'2"173UCLA
#171Kyle BaublitzTE
York, PACentral York

Finished his senior season with 123 tackles, one interception, a forced fumble and two blocked punts.

4 stars6'4"254Penn St.
#172Skyler SchofnerOL
Sunbury, OHBig Walnut

Competed in Hawaii at the Aloha Prep Bowl following a strong senior season.

4 stars6'6"276Michigan St.
#173Eddrick LoftenDB
Irving, TXNimitz

As a senior, Loften had 56 tackles, three sacks and four interceptions.

4 stars5'10"195Tennessee
#174Hayes PullardATH
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Following his senior year, Pullard took part in the O-D All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'0"220USC
#175Carlos ThompsonDE
Hollandale, MSSimmons School

Coach's son competed in the Alabama-Mississippi Classic and the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"220Mississippi
#176Jonathan DowlingATH
Bradenton, FLSoutheast

Ball-hawking safety had two interceptions in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'3"178Florida
#177Dior MathisDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

One of the top cover cornerbacks on the West squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars5'8"166Oregon
#178Andrew DonnalOL
Whitehouse, OHAnthony Wayne

After a 7-3 season, Donnal topped it off by competing in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'7"285Iowa
#179Keanon LoweATH
Portland, ORJesuit

Will play cornerback in college but rushed for 310 yards and six touchdowns on 40 carries in the Oregon state final.

4 stars5'10"170Oregon
#180Corey GrantRB
Opelika, ALOpelika

Productive all-purpose back is also the 2009 100-meter state champion with a 10.51-second time.

4 stars5'10"186Alabama
#181A.J. DerbyATH
Iowa City, IAIowa City

Can play all over the field and showed it by playing quarterback and long-snapper at the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"218Iowa
#182A.J. CannOL
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Undersized - but physical - lineman can play all over the offensive line or defensive tackle.

4 stars6'3"260South Carolina
#183Andrew RodriguezOL
Aurora, NEAurora

Selected as a starter for the West Squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'6"298Nebraska
#184Jakhari GoreRB
Miami, FLColumbus

Still managed just more than 1,000 yards rushing in injury filled senior season.

4 stars5'10"170LSU
#185Mack BrownRB
Lithonia, GAMartin Luther King

Despite missing some time because of injury, Brown rushed for 1,100 yards as in 2009.

4 stars5'11"185Florida
#186Giovani BernardRB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Missed much of his senior year because of an injury, but as a junior rushed for 1,528 yards and 18 touchdowns.

4 stars5'9"198N. Carolina
#187Chris McCainLB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Missed much of his senior season but had 97 tackles, 16 for loss and four sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'6"203California
#188Anthony CreecyWR
Durham, NCSouthern Durham

Tallied 733 receiving yards in 2009.

4 stars6'0"196N.C. State
#189Adrian HubbardDE
Norcross, GANorcross

Baskebtall star soared onto the scene as a senior, capping his year off with two sacks in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'7"227Alabama
#190Michael TaylorLB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Earned the MVP award for his team in the Under Armour Game.

4 stars6'1"213Florida
#191Tyrann MathieuDB
New Orleans, LASt. Augustine

At cornerback in 2009, Mathieu had six interceptions as a safety and accounted for five touchdowns on offense.

4 stars5'10"175LSU
#192Tharold SimonATH
Eunice, LAEunice

Despite missing three games because of an injury, Simon finished 2009 with 29 catches for 671 yards and four touchdowns.

4 stars6'4"185LSU
#193Dominique BrownATH
Cincinnati, OHWinton Woods

While playing quarterback, Brown led his team to a state championship in 2009.

4 stars6'3"215Louisville
#194Kony EalyDE
New Madrid, MONew Madrid County Central

Talented prospect excels on the basketball court as well as the football field.

4 stars6'5"230Missouri
#195Bronson IrwinOL
Mustang, OKMustang

Was named all-state as a senior and also competed in the O-D All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'4"322Oklahoma
#196Ivan RobinsonDT
Longville, LAS Beauregard

Finished his senior season with 94 tackles, 21 tackles for losses, nine sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.

4 stars6'4"260Texas A&M
#197Craig SandersDE
Ariton, ALAriton

Had an impressive week of practice at the Alabama-Mississippi Classic.

4 stars6'4"230Auburn
#198Brandon LinderOL
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Started at center for the East squad In the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'6"290Miami (FL)
#199Jeremy RichardsonWR
Springville, ALSpringville

Had 36 receptions for 554 yards and six touchdowns. He also had seven kick returns for 171 yards and another touchdown in 2009.

4 stars6'4"220Auburn
#200Terrell ReeseWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

Caught 14 touchdowns leading Brenham to Class 4A Divison II title game.

4 stars6'2"185Utah
#201Nick DewDB
Virginia Beach, VAFirst Colonial

Strong week at Under Armour Game equals jump into Rivals250.

4 stars6'2"183Virginia Tech
#202Brandon ColemanWR
Forestville, MDBishop McNamara

Tall receiver prospect that is a threat down the field.

4 stars6'6"200Rutgers
#203De'Joshua JohnsonWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Has top-end speed, played wide receiver and quarterback for Pahokee.

4 stars5'11"150Florida St.
#204Travis WilliamsLB
Norfolk, VALake Taylor

Recorded nine sacks in five games this year but had 14 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'2"189Miami (FL)
#205Jordan ZumwaltLB
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

Made 164 tackles in just 12 games his senior season.

4 stars6'4"220UCLA
#206David AmersonDB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Solidified elite status with standout performance at the Shine Bowl.

4 stars6'3"180N.C. State
#207Evan WashingtonOL
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Son of former Buffalo Bill Marvin Washington.

4 stars6'5"290LSU
#208Eric HumphreyDT
Dallas, TXParish Episcopal School

Helped lead team to a 9-4 record this season.

4 stars6'4"273Oklahoma
#209Alex CrosthwaiteOL
San Diego, CACathedral Catholic

Led one of Southern California's best teams to a 12-1 record as a senior.

4 stars6'5"298California
#210Trent SpurgeonOL
Owasso, OKOwasso

Big linemen will long frame chose Cats over several Big 12 offers.

4 stars6'8"270Arizona
#211Erik KohlerOL
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Opened holes for Rivals100 back Malcolm Jones and passing lanes for Nick Montana.

4 stars6'4"264Washington
#212Carrington ByndomDB
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Tall and rangy cornerback that is not afraid to tackle.

4 stars6'0"165Texas
#213Brian VoglerTE
Columbus, GABrookstone School

Big athlete that also starred on the AAU basketball circuit.

4 stars6'7"248Alabama
#214Anthony WilliamsDE
McDonough, GAUnion Grove

Helped lead team to a 9-3 season in 2009.

4 stars6'4"235Georgia Tech
#215Louis YoungDB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Helped team win state championship and was Crab Bowl MVP.

4 stars6'0"185Georgia Tech
#216Curtis CarterATH
Stonewall, LANorth De Soto

Former Nebraska commit switched to TCU on Christmas Day.

4 stars5'10"170TCU
#217Zach LeeQB
McKinney, TXMcKinney

Passed for 31 touchdowns and just six interceptions his senior season.

4 stars6'4"195LSU
#218John HarrisWR
Garland, TXNaaman Forest

Played quarterback as a senior but will move back to receiver at Texas.

4 stars6'2"187Texas
#219Max BulloughLB
Traverse City, MISt Francis Catholic

Won last 26 games of his high school career and two state titles.

4 stars6'3"225Michigan St.
#220Miles DieffenbachOL
Pittsburgh, PAFox Chapel Area

Technically sound lineman is one of the nation's best center prospects.

4 stars6'5"277Penn St.
#221Christian LombardOL
Palatine, ILFremd

Shot up rankings after solid week at Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"290Notre Dame
#222Denzel McCoyDT
Duluth, GANorthview

Big prospect that can be very disruptive in the offensive backfield.

4 stars6'4"275Georgia Tech
#223Bryant JacksonDB
Sulphur Springs, TXSulphur Springs

Versatile prospect that can makes plays at receiver and as a kick returner.

4 stars6'3"175Texas
#224Ethan GrantRB
Coconut Creek, FLNorth Broward

Speedy back was the Florida 300 intermediate hurdles champion as a junior.

4 stars5'10"175TCU
#225Michael CarrATH
West Point, MSWest Point

Led team to Mississippi Class 5A state championship.

4 stars6'1"192Mississippi St.
#226Blake LuedersDE
Zionsville, INZionsville

Can play outside linebacker in coach Kelly's 3-4 scheme or grow into a big defensive end.

4 stars6'5"250Stanford
#227Traylon SheadRB
Cayuga, TXCayuga

Small school prospect led Cayuga to Class A Division II state title.

4 stars6'2"215Texas
#228Scotty YoungQB
Denton, TXRyan

Last two seasons: 63.2 completion pecent, 8,962 yards, 129 touchdowns and only 24 interceptions.

4 stars6'3"185Texas Tech
#229Keiwone MaloneWR
Memphis, TNMitchell

Caught 45 touchdowns over last two season, 26 his senior year.

4 stars6'1"165Alabama
#230David WilkersonLB
Danville, CAMonte Vista

One of the nation's best run stoppers, adds to Cal's tremendous linebacker haul.

4 stars6'3"235California
#231Cameron RobersonRB
Newbury Park, CANewbury Park

Rushed for nearly 1,100 yards and 22 scores in leading team to playoffs in 2009.

4 stars6'1"215Notre Dame
#232James LouisWR
Delray Beach, FLAtlantic

Speedy receiver continues Ohio State's success in south Florida.

4 stars5'11"178Ohio St.
#233Mark MyersQB
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

Passed for 1,921 yards and 19 touchdowns with ony three interceptions in 2009.

4 stars6'4"220Pittsburgh
#234Sean MannionQB
Pleasanton, CAFoothill

Threw for 3,521 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'5"205Oregon St.
#235Andrew HendrixQB
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

Quick release and strong armed prospect that is not afraid to run over defenders.

4 stars6'3"220Notre Dame
#236Taylor GrahamQB
Wheaton, ILWheaton North

Son of former Ohio State quarterback Kent Graham.

4 stars6'4"211Ohio St.
#237Kenneth ScottWR
Ontario, CAColony

Big and strong receiver that catches ball well in traffic.

4 stars6'2"198Utah
#238Prince ShemboLB
Charlotte, NCArdrey Kell

Powerfully built prospect that could play defensive end or any linebacker position.

4 stars6'2"232Notre Dame
#239Geneo GrissomDE
Hutchinson, KSHutchinson

Led his team to Class 5A state title again as a senior.

4 stars6'4"230Oklahoma
#240Delvin JonesATH
Miami, FLMiami Palmetto

Prototype defensive end body, recoreded 20 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'6"230Mississippi
#241Adrian CoxsonWR
Baltimore, MDCity College High

Smooth receiver that dominated Baltimore competition.

4 stars6'2"194Florida
#242Jalen FieldsDE
Dalton, GADalton

Bigger-framed prosect that could grow into a defensive tackle. Had 35 tackles for a loss his junior season.

4 stars6'5"250Georgia
#243Davon DunnWR
San Diego, CALincoln

First-team all CIF, all-league and team-MVP his senior year.

4 stars6'0"184Fresno St.
#244Shaun LewisLB
Missouri City, TXHightower

Very instinctual player that recroded 235 tackles as a junior and senior.

4 stars6'1"205Oklahoma St.
#245DeMarcus RobinsonRB
Wichita, KSNorthwest

Downhill runner with plenty of power. Scored 22 touchdowns his junior season.

4 stars5'9"192Kansas St.
#246Rajaan BennettRB
Powder Springs, GAMceachern

Named Georgia's Class 5A player of the year.

4 stars5'11"210Vanderbilt
#247Darius RobinsonDB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Excellent kick returner that continues Westlake's long tradition of producing top talent.

4 stars6'0"170Clemson
#248Byran JonesDT
Junction City, ARJunction City

Big and quick defensive tackle led team to Class 2A state championship.

4 stars6'3"297Arkansas
#249Barry BosticATH
Louisville, GAJefferson County

Mr. Versatility; Passed and rushed for more than 1,100 yards and accounted for 34 touchdowns.

4 stars5'10"156Georgia Tech
#250James HaynesDB
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

Fast safety prospect that gets it done in the classroom with a 3.94 GPA.

4 stars6'0"181Oklahoma Rivals250 2010

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