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Jordan AllenDE
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

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

David AmersonDB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Solidified elite status with standout performance at the Shine Bowl.

6'3"180N.C. State
Ross ApoWR
Arlington, TXThe Oakridge School

Named starter for the Army Bowl.

Dion BaileyDB
Lakewood, CALakewood

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

Calvin BarnettDT
Tulsa, OKBooker T. Washington

Selected as starter for the West squad in Army Bowl.

Anthony BarrATH
Los Angeles, CALoyola

Selected to the Army Bowl.

Kyle BaublitzTE
York, PACentral York

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

6'4"254Penn St.
Blake BellQB
Wichita, KSBishop Carroll

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

Brent BenedictOL
Jacksonville, FLBolles

Was selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

Rajaan BennettRB
Powder Springs, GAMcEachern

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

Aaron BensonLB
Cedar Hill, TXCedar Hill

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

Giovani 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.

5'9"198N. Carolina
Taylor BibleDT
Denton, TXGuyer

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

Robert 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.

6'4"195Penn St.
Kadron BooneWR
Ocala, FLTrinity Catholic

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

Barry BosticATH
Louisville, GAJefferson County

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

5'10"156Georgia Tech
Tyler BrayQB
Kingsburg, CAKingsburg

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

Corey BrownATH
Springfield, PACardinal O'Hara

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

6'0"186Ohio St.
Mack BrownRB
Lithonia, GAMartin Luther King

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

Dominique BrownATH
Cincinnati, OHWinton Woods

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

Barry BrunettiQB
Memphis, TNMemphis University School

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

6'0"207West Virginia
Martavis BryantWR
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

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

Christian BryantDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

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

5'10"173Ohio St.
Max BulloughLB
Traverse City, MISt Francis Catholic

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

6'3"225Michigan St.
Carrington ByndomDB
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Tall and rangy cornerback that is not afraid to tackle.

A.J. CannOL
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

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

6'3"260South Carolina
Michael CarrATH
West Point, MSWest Point

Led team to Mississippi Class 5A state championship.

6'1"192Mississippi St.
Curtis CarterATH
Stonewall, LANorth De Soto

Former Nebraska commit switched to TCU on Christmas Day.

Tevin CarterWR
Los Angeles, CASantee Educational Complex

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

Cullen ChristianDB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

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

Gerald ChristianTE
West Palm Beach, FLDwyer

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

Brennan ClayRB
San Diego, CAScripps Ranch

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

Eduardo ClementsRB
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

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

5'10"185Miami (FL)
DeMarco CobbsATH
Tulsa, OKTulsa Central

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

Brandon ColemanWR
Forestville, MDBishop McNamara

Tall receiver prospect that is a threat down the field.

Deontae CooperRB
Perris, CACitrus Hill

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

Adrian CoxsonWR
Baltimore, MDCity College High

Smooth receiver that dominated Baltimore competition.

Anthony CreecyWR
Durham, NCSouthern Durham

Tallied 733 receiving yards in 2009.

6'0"196N.C. State
Alex CrosthwaiteOL
San Diego, CACathedral Catholic

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

Darious CummingsDE
Titusville, FLAstronaut

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

6'2"245Florida St.
Mike DavisWR
Dallas, TXSkyline

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

Nick DemienOL
Wentzville, MOTimberland

Was selected as a starter for the Army Bowl.

A.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.

Nick DewDB
Virginia Beach, VAFirst Colonial

Strong week at Under Armour Game equals jump into Rivals250.

6'2"183Virginia Tech
Giovanni Di PoaloOL
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

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

Miles DieffenbachOL
Pittsburgh, PAFox Chapel Area

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

6'5"277Penn St.
Ahmad DixonDB
Waco, TXMidway

Selected as member of Aloha Prep Bowl and Army Bowl.

Andrew DonnalOL
Whitehouse, OHAnthony Wayne

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

Ashton DorseyDT
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

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

Demar DorseyDB
Lauderdale Lakes, FLBoyd Anderson

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

Jonathan DowlingATH
Bradenton, FLSoutheast

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

Quinton DunbarWR
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Helped lead team to 10-2 record in 2009.

Chris DunkleyWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

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

Davon DunnWR
San Diego, CALincoln

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

6'0"184Fresno St.
Kony EalyDE
New Madrid, MONew Madrid County Central

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

Dominic EspinosaOL
Cedar Park, TXCedar Park

Selected as member of the Army Bowl.

J.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.

C.J. FiedorowiczTE
Johnsburg, ILJohnsburg

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

Jalen FieldsDE
Dalton, GADalton

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

Roy FinchRB
Niceville, FLNiceville

Led team to 4A state championship game in 2009.

Marquis FlowersATH
Goodyear, AZMillennium

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

Nick ForbesLB
Frederick, MDThomas Johnson

Was selected as player in Crab Bowl and Army Bowl.

Khairi ForttLB
Stamford, CTStamford

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

6'2"220Penn St.
James FranklinQB
Corinth, TXLake Dallas

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

John FultonDB
Manning, SCManning

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

Devin GardnerQB
Detroit, MIInkster

Led his team to the state championship game in 2009.

Jimmy GjereOL
New Brighton, MNIrondale

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

Jakhari GoreRB
Miami, FLColumbus

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

Taylor GrahamQB
Wheaton, ILWheaton North

Son of former Ohio State quarterback Kent Graham.

6'4"211Ohio St.
Corey GrantRB
Opelika, ALOpelika

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

Ethan GrantRB
Coconut Creek, FLNorth Broward

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

Christian GreenATH
Tampa, FLTampa Catholic

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

6'2"200Florida St.
Chaz GreenOL
Tampa, FLTampa Catholic

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

Xavier GrimbleTE
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

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

Geneo GrissomDE
Hutchinson, KSHutchinson

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

Jordan HadenDB
Fort Washington, MDFriendly

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

Victor HamptonDB
Darlington, SCDarlington

Selected to the Army Bowl.

5'11"170South Carolina
John HarrisWR
Garland, TXNaaman Forest

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

Michaelee HarrisWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

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

James HaynesDB
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

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

Austin HaywoodTE
Moore, OKSouthmoore

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

Jake HeapsQB
Sammamish, WASkyline

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

Braylon HeardRB
Youngstown, OHCardinal Mooney

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

Ricky HeimuliDT
Salt Lake City, UTBrighton

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

Andrew HendrixQB
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

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

6'3"220Notre Dame
Alfy HillDE
Shallotte, NCWest Brunswick

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

Trey HopkinsOL
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

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

DeAndre HopkinsATH
Central, SCD. W. Daniel

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

Adrian HubbardDE
Norcross, GANorcross

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

Mike HullLB
Canonsburg, PACanon McMillan

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

6'1"215Penn St.
Eric HumphreyDT
Dallas, TXParish Episcopal School

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

Justin HunterWR
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

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

James HurstOL
Indianapolis, INPlainfield

Was an Under Armour All-American.

6'5"284N. Carolina
Bronson IrwinOL
Mustang, OKMustang

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

Bryant JacksonDB
Sulphur Springs, TXSulphur Springs

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

Tevin JacksonLB
Garland, TXGarland

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

Matt JamesOL
Cincinnati, OHSt. Xavier

Was a starter in the Army Bowl.

6'8"290Notre Dame
Jawuan JamesOL
Suwanee, GANorth Gwinnett

Selected as starter for Under Armour Game.

Jordon JamesRB
Corona, CACorona

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

Tony JeffersonDB
Chula Vista, CAEastlake

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

Anthony 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.

Luke JoeckelOL
Arlington, TXArlington

Named left tackler starter in the Under Armour Game.

6'6"280Texas A&M
Storm JohnsonRB
Loganville, GALoganville

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

6'1"217Miami (FL)
De'Joshua JohnsonWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

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

5'11"150Florida St.
Malcolm JonesATH
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

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

Byran JonesDT
Junction City, ARJunction City

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

Paul JonesQB
McKees Rocks, PASto Rox

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

6'3"226Penn St.
Tai-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.

6'0"184Notre Dame
Delvin JonesATH
Miami, FLMiami Palmetto

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

Chris JonesWR
Daingerfield, TXDaingerfield

Helped lead team to 2A state title in 2009.

Bronson KaufusiDE
Provo, UTTimpview

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

Gabe KingDE
Eugene, ORSouth Eugene

Was selected as member of Army Bowl.

Shep KlinkeOL
Katy, TXKaty

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

6'7"290Texas A&M
Erik KohlerOL
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

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

Arie KouandjioOL
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

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

Zach LeeQB
McKinney, TXMcKinney

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

Corey LemonierDE
Hialeah, FLHialeah

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

Dyjuan LewisWR
Indianapolis, INPike

Helped lead team to 9-2 record in 2009.

Shaun LewisLB
Missouri City, TXHightower

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

6'1"205Oklahoma St.
Brandon LinderOL
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

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

6'6"290Miami (FL)
Eddrick LoftenDB
Irving, TXNimitz

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

Christian LombardOL
Palatine, ILFremd

Shot up rankings after solid week at Army Bowl.

6'5"290Notre Dame
James LouisWR
Delray Beach, FLAtlantic

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

5'11"178Ohio St.
Keanon LoweATH
Portland, ORJesuit

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

Jeff LucLB
Port St. Lucie, FLTreasure Coast

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

6'1"230Florida St.
Marcus LucasWR
Liberty, MOLiberty Senior

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

Blake LuedersDE
Zionsville, INZionsville

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

Keiwone MaloneWR
Memphis, TNMitchell

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

Sean MannionQB
Pleasanton, CAFoothill

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

6'5"205Oregon St.
Cassius MarshDT
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Blocked field goal in Army Bowl that resulted in touchdown.

Tyrann MathieuDB
New Orleans, LASt. Augustine

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

Dior MathisDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

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

Jake MatthewsOL
Missouri City, TXElkins

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

6'5"275Texas A&M
Chris McCainLB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

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

Ivan McCartneyWR
Miramar, FLMiramar

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

6'3"180West Virginia
Justin McCayATH
Shawnee, KSBishop Miege

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

Denzel McCoyDT
Duluth, GANorthview

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

6'4"275Georgia Tech
Zack McCrayDE
Lynchburg, VABrookville

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

6'4"236Virginia Tech
Corey MillerDE
Duncan, SCByrnes

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

Matt MiltonWR
Mascoutah, ILMascoutah

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

Terrence MitchellDB
Tampa, FLHillsborough

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

5'10"165South Florida
D.J. MorganRB
Woodland Hills, CATaft

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

C.J. MosleyLB
Theodore, ALTheodore

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

Mark MyersQB
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

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

Rajion NealRB
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

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

Corey NelsonLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

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

Louis NixDT
Jacksonville, FLRaines

Selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

6'2"320Notre Dame
Andrew NorwellOL
Cincinnati, OHAnderson

Selected to the Army All-American Bowl.

6'7"275Ohio St.
Brett NottinghamQB
Danville, CAMonte Vista

Led team to 9-4 record in 2009.

Cedric OgbuehiOL
Allen, TXAllen

Held his own versus Ronald Powell in Army Bowl scrimmage.

6'5"270Texas A&M
Alec OgletreeDB
Newnan, GANewnan

Named left tackler starter in the Under Armour Game.

Leon OrrDT
New Port Richey, FLGulf

Selected as member of the Under All-American Game.

LaDarius OwensLB
Bessemer, ALJess Lanier

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

Shakim PhillipsWR
Wayne, NJDe Paul Catholic

Selected to play in the Army Bowl.

6'2"191Boston Coll.
Kevin Pierre-LouisLB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

Averaged 17.3 tackles a game as a senior.

6'1"215Boston Coll.
Sione PotoaeDT
Lakewood, WALakes

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

Hayes PullardATH
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

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

Kelcy QuarlesDT
Greenwood, SCGreenwood

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

6'4"265South Carolina
Silas ReddRB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

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

5'10"200Penn St.
Trovon ReedATH
Thibodaux, LAThibodaux

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

Joshua ReeseWR
Miami, FLMiami Central

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

Terrell ReeseWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

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

Eric ReidDB
Geismar, LADutchtown

Was tabbed a starter in the Army Bowl.

Jeremy 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.

Thomas RickettsOL
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

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

6'6"265Penn St.
Cody RiggsDB
Ft. Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Finished senior season with four interceptions and 13 pass breakups.

Dietrich RileyDB
La Canada, CASt. Francis

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

Cameron RobersonRB
Newbury Park, CANewbury Park

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

6'1"215Notre Dame
Nickell RobeyDB
Frostproof, FLFrostproof

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

DeMarcus RobinsonRB
Wichita, KSNorthwest

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

5'9"192Kansas St.
Damien RobinsonOL
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

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

6'8"330Mississippi St.
Ivan RobinsonDT
Longville, LAS Beauregard

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

6'4"260Texas A&M
Darius RobinsonDB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

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

Andrew RodriguezOL
Aurora, NEAurora

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

Vincent SandersWR
Macon, MSNoxubee County

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

Craig SandersDE
Ariton, ALAriton

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

Skyler SchofnerOL
Sunbury, OHBig Walnut

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

6'6"276Michigan St.
Kenneth ScottWR
Ontario, CAColony

Big and strong receiver that catches ball well in traffic.

Jesse ScrogginsQB
Lakewood, CALakewood

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

Joshua ShawDB
Palmdale, CAPalmdale

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

Kenny ShawWR
Orlando, FLDr. Phillips

Selected as member of the Army Bowl.

6'0"160Florida St.
Traylon SheadRB
Cayuga, TXCayuga

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

Prince ShemboLB
Charlotte, NCArdrey Kell

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

6'2"232Notre Dame
Josh ShirleyLB
Fontana, CAKaiser

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

Ian SilbermanOL
Fleming Island, FLFleming Island

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

Tharold SimonATH
Eunice, LAEunice

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

Phillip SimsQB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

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

Jacques SmithDE
Ooltewah, TNOoltewah

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

Roderick SmithRB
Fort Wayne, INHarding

Finished high school career with 6,620 yards rushing.

6'3"220Ohio St.
Garrison SmithDT
Atlanta, GADouglass

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

Quinton SpainOL
Petersburg, VAPetersburg

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

6'5"330West Virginia
Trent SpurgeonOL
Owasso, OKOwasso

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

Kenny StillsWR
Carlsbad, CALa Costa Canyon

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

T.J. StriplingDE
Decatur, GASouthwest Dekalb

Recorded 65 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior.

Michael TaylorLB
Atlanta, GAWestlake

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

Randall TelferTE
Rancho Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga

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

Christian ThomasTE
Palmdale, CAHighland

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

Tyrus ThompsonOL
Pflugerville, TXPflugerville

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

Carlos ThompsonDE
Hollandale, MSSimmons School

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

Mike ThorntonDT
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

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

Titus TillDB
Upper Marlboro, MDWise

Has been clocked at 10.8 seconds in the 100 meters.

Lynden TrailDE
Miami, FLBooker T. Washington

Stole the show defensively down at the Aloha Prep Bowl.

George UkoDT
Chino, CADon Lugo

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

Ronnie 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.

Brian VoglerTE
Columbus, GABrookstone School

Big athlete that also starred on the AAU basketball circuit.

Evan WashingtonOL
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Son of former Buffalo Bill Marvin Washington.

Jaylen WatkinsDB
Cape Coral, FLCape Coral

Was member of East squad in the Army Bowl.

Jeffrey WhitakerDT
Warner Robins, GAWarner Robins

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

DeAndrew WhiteWR
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Stellar week of practice at the Army Bowl.

Darius WhiteWR
Fort Worth, TXDunbar

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

Curtis WhiteTE
Eugene, ORSheldon

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

Cecil WhitesideLB
Newport Beach, CANewport Harbor

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

David WilkersonLB
Danville, CAMonte Vista

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

Jarrick WilliamsDB
Eight Mile, ALBlount

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

Dontae WilliamsRB
Houston, TXAldine

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

Travis WilliamsLB
Norfolk, VALake Taylor

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

6'2"189Miami (FL)
Anthony WilliamsDE
McDonough, GAUnion Grove

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

6'4"235Georgia Tech
Brandon WillisDE
Duncan, SCByrnes

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

6'3"255N. Carolina
Reggie WilsonDE
Haltom City, TXHaltom

Leading tackler in the Army Bowl.

Connor WoodQB
Houston, TXSecond Baptist

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

Demetrius WrightDB
Corona, CACorona

Selected as starter in Army Bowl.

Louis YoungDB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Helped team win state championship and was Crab Bowl MVP.

6'0"185Georgia Tech
Scotty YoungQB
Denton, TXRyan

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

6'3"185Texas Tech
Jordan ZumwaltLB
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

Made 164 tackles in just 12 games his senior season.

Keenan AllenDB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Helped team win first conference championship in school history.

Markeith AmblesWR
McDonough, GAHenry County

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

Latwan AndersonATH
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Helped team to state championship game as a senior.

5'11"185Miami (FL)
Dillon BaxterRB
San Diego, CAMission Bay

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

Shon ColemanOL
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Selected as a starter in the Army Bowl.

Robert CrispOL
Raleigh, NCAthens Drive

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

6'7"299N.C. State
Michael 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.

Dominique EasleyDT
Staten Island, NYCurtis

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

Matt ElamDB
West Palm Beach, FLDwyer

Led team to a 4A State Championship in 2009.

Sharrif FloydDT
Philadelphia, PAGeorge Washington

Led all players with two sacks in Army Bowl.

William GholstonDE
Detroit, MISoutheastern

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

6'7"237Michigan St.
Seantrel HendersonOL
Saint Paul, MNCretin-Derham Hall

Led team to its second state title in school history.

6'8"301Miami (FL)
Jordan HicksLB
West Chester, OHLakota West

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

Jackson JeffcoatDE
Plano, TXPlano West

Recorded 82 tackles and nine sacks as a senior.

Christian JonesLB
Winter Park, FLLake Howell

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

6'4"220Florida St.
Lamarcus JoynerDB
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

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

5'8"166Florida St.
Marcus LattimoreRB
Duncan, SCByrnes

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

6'0"210South Carolina
Chris MartinDE
Aurora, COGrandview High School

Was named starting linebacker in the Army Bowl.

DeMarcus 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.

Owamagbe OdighizuwaDE
Portland, ORDavid Douglas

Had 90 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior.

Ronald PowellDE
Moreno Valley, CARancho Verde

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

Kyle PraterWR
Hillside, ILProviso West

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

Da'Rick RogersWR
Calhoun, GACalhoun

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

Lache SeastrunkRB
Temple, TXTemple

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

Spencer WareATH
Cincinnati, OHPrinceton

Leading rusher in Army Bowl.

Robert WoodsATH
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

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

6'1"180USC Rivals250 2010

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