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2009 Prospect Ranking Louisiana Postseason Top 75 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Rueben RandleWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Threw for 2,461 yards and 20 touchdowns while playing out of position at quarterback as a senior.

5 stars6'3"195LSU
#2Janzen JacksonDB
Lake Charles, LABarbe

Hard-hitting defensive back had 93 tackles and five interceptions as a junior.

5 stars6'0"174Tennessee
#3Chris DavenportDT
Mansfield, LAMansfield

Despite missing much of his senior season with a knee injury, Davenport still managed 45 tackles and nine sacks in only four games.

5 stars6'4"318LSU
#4Chris FaulkOL
Slidell, LANorthshore

At 6 feet 6 and 310 pounds, Faulk has been clocked at less than 5 seconds in the 40.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#5Michael FordRB
Leesville, LALeesville

Ford rushed for just less than 3,000 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'10"200LSU
#6Eddie LacyRB
Geismar, LADutchtown

Lacy was limited as a senior because of injury, but he rushed for more than 1,800 yards as a junior.

4 stars5'11"210Alabama
#7Darrington SentimoreDT
Destrehan, LADestrehan

He was voted MVP in the 5A Louisiana state championship game.

4 stars6'3"265Alabama
#8Barkevious MingoLB
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

In only his second year playing organized football, Mingo compiled 59 tackles, four tackles for loss, seven sacks, four forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries.

4 stars6'5"209LSU
#9Josh DownsDT
Bastrop, LABastrop

Downs had five sacks as a senior interior defender in 2008 and also recovered two fumbles.

4 stars6'1"275LSU
#10DeQuinta JonesDT
Bastrop, LABastrop

Was named first team all-state on the defensive line as a senior.

4 stars6'4"305Arkansas
#11Jonathan StewartLB
Shreveport, LAByrd

Posted more than 100 tackles as a junior.

4 stars6'4"221Texas A&M
#12Kenny BellWR
Rayville, LARayville

Had 15 receiving touchdowns on 50 catches as a junior.

4 stars6'1"160Alabama
#13Patrick LewisOL
LaPlace, LAEast St. John

Named to three consecutive Class 5A all-state teams.

4 stars6'2"293Texas A&M
#14Carneal AinsworthOL
Baton Rouge, LAParkview Baptist

Was named a member of the Class 3A all-state team.

4 stars6'4"296LSU
#15Lamin BarrowLB
Marrero, LAJohn Ehret

As a senior, Barrow had 71 tackles with 13 of them behind the line of scrimmage.

3 stars6'2"209LSU
#16Brandon MitchellATH
Amite, LAAmite

Mitchell committed to LSU for basketball as a sophomore before deciding to play football in college instead.

3 stars6'4"220Arkansas
#17Tyrone DuplessisRB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

As a junior, rushed for more than 2,000 yards and 26 touchdowns to lead his team to the state semifinals.

3 stars5'6"181Louisiana Tech
#18Montrell ConnerATH
Monroe, LAOuachita

Conner was named to the Under Armour All-American Game.

3 stars6'2"210Mississippi St.
#19Rufus PorterLB
Destrehan, LADestrehan

Sealed his team's second straight 5A state title with a 98-yard interception return late in the fourth quarter.

3 stars6'0"200Louisiana Tech
#20Bennie LoganDE
Coushatta, LARed River

Stock began to soar after a dominating performance at LSU's summer camp.

3 stars6'3"272LSU
#21Morris ClaiborneATH
Shreveport, LAFair Park

Accounted for more than 2,000 yards of total offense and 30 touchdowns as a senior quarterback.

3 stars6'0"180LSU
#22Tahj JonesLB
Sulphur, LASulphur

Recorded 80 tackles and 11 TFLs to go with seven sacks as a senior.

3 stars6'2"205LSU
#23Ricky JohnsonWR
Lafayette, LACarencro

Multi-sport athlete played all over the field for his high school.

3 stars6'2"190Tulsa
#24E.J. CelestieWR
Lake Charles, LABarbe

Multi-purpose athlete hauled in 43 passes for 654 yards and seven touchdowns in 2007.

3 stars5'11"173Texas Tech
#25Trey WilsonDB
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Proved he was a lock-down corner at every major camp he attended.

3 stars5'10"178Vanderbilt
#26Kenny CainRB
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Played running back for John Curtis but could become a linebacker on the next level.

3 stars6'1"200TCU
#27Jordan MillsOL
Napoleonville, LAAssumption

Was a standout on the offensive line at the Baton Rouge Nike Camp.

3 stars6'5"306Louisiana Tech
#28Barrett BaileyQB
Baton Rouge, LAUniversity Laboratory School

Threw for more than 1,600 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars6'4"188list
#29Jarvis WalkerLB
Metarie, LARummel

High school safety with the potential to be an elite linebacker in college.

3 stars6'2"202Kentucky
#30Abrecus MartinezWR
Rayville, LARayville

Big-bodied receiver caught 10 touchdown passes as a junior.

3 stars6'2"185list
#31Joey FontanaOL
New Orleans, LABrother Martin

Projects as a center in college but has the ability to play all over the offensive line.

3 stars6'3"280SMU
#32Kendrick JamesLB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Posted 11 sacks from his outside linebacker position as a junior.

3 stars6'0"227Louisiana Tech
#33Brandon HaskinsOL
Baton Rouge, LADesire Street Academy

Made a name for himself with a dominating NIKE camp performance.

3 stars6'4"281list
#34Travante StallworthWR
Leesville, LALeesville

Quarterbacked an explosive Leesville offense, but he projects at wide receiver at the next level.

3 stars5'10"180Auburn
#35Robert WalkerRB
Mamou, LAMamou

Rushed for more than 450 yards in two separate games as a senior.

3 stars5'6"167La Lafayette
#36Quinn GilesATH
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Led the state of Louisiana in receiving as a senior.

3 stars5'10"185Louisiana Tech
#37Ridge TurnerATH
Port Sulphur, LASouth Plaquemines

Accounted for more than 4,300 yards of offense and 57 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars5'9"170N'western St.
#38Torell MillerDB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

With great size at 6 feet 3, Miller can cover like a cornerback.

3 stars6'3"187Kansas St.
#39Alex SingletonRB
LaPlace, LAEast St. John

Rushed for more than 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior.

3 stars6'0"235Tulsa
#40Josh JohnsDB
Central, LACentral

Physical safety could grow into an outside linebacker at LSU.

3 stars6'2"210LSU
#41D.J. BanksATH
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Playing out of position at quarterback, Banks led his team to the Class 5A state finals.

3 stars5'8"170Tulane
#42Julius WarmsleyDE
Baton Rouge, LASt. Michael

Named to Class 4A all-state team in 2007 and was all-district since his sophomore season.

3 stars6'1"240Tulane
#43Deon SimonDT
Baton Rouge, LAGlen Oaks

Earned defensive line MVP honors at the Baton Rouge Nike Camp.

3 stars6'4"280UCF
#44Deron WilsonDB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Was part of the state championship 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams in 2007.

3 stars5'10"167Southern Miss
#45Shakeil LucasDE
Marrero, LAL. W. Higgins

Cousin of LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson.

3 stars6'2"257Louisiana Tech
#46Chad BoydDB
Westwego, LAArchbishop Shaw

All-around defensive back had 60 tackles and 12 pass breakups as a junior.

3 stars5'9"188Louisiana Tech
#47Jerry MitchellDB
Mandeville, LAMandeville

Had an interception in four consecutive games during his senior season.

3 stars6'1"198Arkansas
#48Myron WalkerDT
Metarie, LARummel

Will play with his brother Jarvis at Kentucky in college.

3 stars5'10"264Kentucky
#49Michael LamotheLB
New Iberia, LANew Iberia

Had 91 tackles as a junior, including 12 for loss.

3 stars6'3"215Texas A&M
#50Wes LuquetteQB
New Orleans, LAIsidore Newman School

Will attend LSU on a baseball scholarship.

3 stars6'1"210list
#51L'Damian WashingtonWR
Shreveport, LAGreen Oaks

Caught 53 passes for 1,064 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2008.

2 stars6'4"180Missouri
#52Cornelius LucasOL
New Orleans, LAEdna Karr

Lucas was a three-year starter for the talented Edna Karr program.

2 stars6'8"275Kansas St.
#53Blake MatherneATH
Belle Chasse, LABelle Chasse

Led his team to a Class 4A state title almost single-handedly as a quarterback.

2 stars5'10"180Nicholls
#54Darius CareyATH
Harvey, LAHelen Cox

Passed for more than 1,800 yards and rushed for more than 1,000 yards in 2008, but he projects as a corner or slot receiver in college.

2 stars5'10"178North Texas
#55Cameron BlakesLB
Monroe, LAOuachita

Earned defensive MVP honors at the Sportsman Paradise Louisiana All-Stare game with eight tackles, three TFLs, two forced fumbles and one fumble recover for a touchdown.

2 stars6'1"215LA Monroe
#56Antonio ParkerDB
Destrehan, LADestrehan

Had 83 tackles and six interceptions as a senior.

2 stars5'11"175Tulsa
#57Javontay CroweDB
Ruston, LARuston

Recorded 63 tackles, two sacks, six pass breakups and an interception as a senior.

2 stars6'1"180Louisiana Tech
#58Dexter McCoilDB
Lutcher, LALutcher

The 6-foot-5 rangy safety was all over the field in his team's Class 3A state championship victory.

2 stars6'4"168Tulsa
#59Jordan JamesWR
Lafayette, LASt. Thomas More

Caught 38 passes for 750 yards and six touchdowns as a senior.

2 stars6'2"189Tulsa
#60Casey HendersonRB
Benton, LABenton

Created a buzz with an outstanding performance at Oklahoma's camp.

2 stars5'10"225list
#61Mike HenryDE
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Played defensive line for John Curtis but could project on either side of the ball.

2 stars6'5"265Tulane
#62Lyle FitteRB
Port Sulphur, LASouth Plaquemines

Rushed for 712 yards on 11.7 yards per carry and caught 51 passes for 1,057 yards in 2008.

2 stars5'8"182Louisiana Tech
#63Brennon NoraDE
Destehan, LADestrehan

Was a major part of a dominating defensive line and one of the best defenses in the nation.

2 stars6'4"270Nicholls
#64Zachary MorganOL
Moss Bluff, LASam Houston

Was a first-team all-state member in Louisiana's 4A classification.

2 stars6'2"283Tulane
#65Javone LawsonWR
Harvey, LAHelen Cox

Caught more than 80 passes and more than 20 touchdowns as a senior, making him one of the state's most productive receivers.

2 stars6'0"164La Lafayette
#66Chris WadeLB
Slidell, LANorthshore

Physical lineman also has a near perfect GPA.

2 stars6'0"216Miami (OH)
#67Seth FrugeLB
Crowley, LANotre Dame

Part of a stingy defense that lasted until the state championship final.

2 stars6'0"200list
#68D.J. St. JulienWR
Scott, LAAcadiana

Wide receiver also excels on the basketball court.

2 stars6'2"180Louisiana Tech
#69Greg JohnsonATH
Monroe, LARichwood

Projects as an athlete but played QB in high school, where he was named district offensive MVP as a senior.

2 stars5'9"170list
#70Payten JasonRB
Waggaman, LAJesuit

Once a commitment to Ole Miss, Jason will be playing his college ball at Tulane.

2 stars6'0"190Tulane
#71Dez DuronQB
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Amassed 4,428 yards passing as a senior and 58 touchdowns while leading his team the 2A state title game.

2 stars5'11"160Yale
#72Mason KingTE
Saint James, LASt. James

Caught 16 passes for 310 yards and three touchdowns, earning him first-team all-state honors in Class 2A.

2 stars6'3"230Central Arkansas
#73Cooper GeramiDB
Lafayette, LASt. Thomas More

Safety prospect set a record at his school for kick return yardage.

2 stars5'11"192Northwestern
#74Marcus WiltzATH
Cecilia, LACecilia

Recorded 78 tackles, eight tackles for loss and two sacks as a senior.

2 stars5'8"170McNeese St.
#75Shakiel SmithDB
New Orleans, LAEdna Karr

Smith has been clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash.

2 stars5'11"180Tulane