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Rivals.com Colorado Postseason Top 25 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Nick KasaDE
Broomfield, COLegacy

Kasa shined while in San Antonio for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'7"245Colorado
#2Jack HarrisOL
Parker, COChaparral

A three-time all-league selection as a prepster, Harris excels in pass protection.

4 stars6'6"270Colorado
#3Matthew TuckerATH
Aurora, COGrandview

Tucker finished his high school career with 238 tackles and nine interceptions.

4 stars6'3"187Arizona St.
#4Alex LoganDB
Denver, COMullen

Logan is equally productive in pass coverage and run support.

3 stars6'2"195California
#5Terry AllettoOL
Parker, COPonderosa

Alletto will follow four siblings to Provo.

3 stars6'4"280BYU
#6Jeremiah SirlesOL
Lakewood, COBear Creek

Sirles bounced back from a torn ACL and earned All-Colorado honors in 2008.

3 stars6'6"280Nebraska
#7Kendall Gregory-McGheeATH
Aurora, COCherokee Trail

A standout at defensive end and tight end, Gregory-McGhee could end up on either side of the ball in college.

3 stars6'4"214Minnesota
#8Ryan HewittTE
Denver, COMullen

Hewitt helped lead Mullen to a 5A state championship during his senior season.

3 stars6'4"220Stanford
#9Clarence BumpasLB
Colorado Springs, COSierra

Bumpas recorded 35 quarterback sacks during his high school career.

3 stars6'1"204Kansas St.
#10Parker OrmsDB
Wheat Ridge, COWheat Ridge

Orms' heroics helped Wheat Ridge to their second 4A state championship in three years.

3 stars6'0"185Colorado
#11Taylor PaxtonOL
Englewood, COCherry Creek

Paxton earned first-team all-Centennial League honors while helping the Bruins to 11 wins in 2008.

3 stars6'5"265Northwestern
#12Todd KnightLB
Aurora, COGrandview

Knight helped Grandview to their first Centennial League title this past season.

3 stars6'2"200Wyoming
#13Charles RaglandOL
Denver, COMullen

Move to the offensive line paid off for Ragland.

2 stars6'8"285California
#14DaVaughn ThorntonTE
Denver, CODenver East

Thornton saw his recruiting stock take off after a senior season in which he hauled in 44 passes for 786 yards and 11 TDs.

2 stars6'5"217Colorado
#15Jevon ReynoldsWR
Denver, COSouth High School

Reynolds averaged more than 91 receiving yards per game as a senior.

2 stars6'0"175
#16Chris NwokeRB
Highlands Ranch, COThunderridge

Nwoke averaged more than eight yards per carry as a senior.

2 stars5'11"205Colorado St.
#17Mike PurcellDE
Highlands Ranch, COHighlands Ranch

A two-way standout in high school, Purcell projects as a defensive lineman for college.

2 stars6'4"260Wyoming
#18Zach GrossnickleK
Denver, COEast High School

Grossnickle made 12-of-13 field-goal attempts as a senior, with his only miss coming from 58-yards out.

2 stars6'3"190Colorado
#19Turmour BattleATH
Denver, COSouth High School

Battle makes up for his lack of size with good footwork and impressive ball skills.

2 stars5'9"165Wyoming
#20Bryce SchwindtOL
Littleton, COColumbine

Schwindt was a road grader in the Rebels’ run-oriented offensive attack.

2 stars6'3"280Northern Colorado
#21Donovan BowensRB
Arvada, COPomona

An All-Colorado selection as a senior, Bowens rushed for 20 touchdowns in 10 games.

2 stars6'1"200South Dakota
#22Tyree DavisDB
Aurora, COGrandview

Davis recorded eight interceptions as a senior, 13 in his high school career.

2 stars5'11"170
#23Tommy FlanaganRB
Lakewood, COBear Creek

Nicknamed “Touchdown Tommy”, Flanagan found the end zone 73 times during his high school career.

2 stars5'9"190South Dakota
#24RC WillenbrockK
Englewood, COCherry Creek

Willenbrock plans to play football and lacrosse at Dartmouth.

2 stars5'11"170Dartmouth
#25Nik PavlichATH
Parker, COChaparral

Pavlich earned second-team all-state and first-team all-Southern League honors as a senior.

2 stars6'1"190list

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