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2012 Prospect Ranking New Jersey Postseason Top 30 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Darius HamiltonDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Hamilton will play in the Army All-American Bowl and is the son of former New York Giant Keith Hamilton.

5 stars6'4"245Rutgers
#2Devin FullerATH
Old Tappan, NJOld Tappan

Fuller has passed for 2,092 yards and 20 touchdowns and rushed for 1,130 and 15 touchdowns thru 11 games this season.

4 stars6'0"185UCLA
#3Yuri WrightDB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Wright is one of the top defensive weapons on a Don Bosco Prep team looking for another national championship.

4 stars6'2"180Colorado
#4Elijah ShumateDB
East Orange, NJDon Bosco Prep

Shumate was able to showcase some of his versatility this season by also getting time at running back.

4 stars6'1"205Notre Dame
#5Leonte CarrooWR
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Despite missing some time with an ankle injury, Carroo totaled 30 receptions for 443 yards and five touchdowns in his first seven games this fall.

4 stars6'1"205Rutgers
#6Quanzell LambertLB
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Despite missing a couple of games late in the season with an ankle injury, Lambert returned and helped his team to a state title.

4 stars6'2"230Rutgers
#7Jamil PollardDT
Westville, NJWest Deptford

Pollard continued to cause havoc on the defensive line, but also proved to be very valuable on the offensive line.

4 stars6'5"280list
#8Steve LongaLB
Saddle Brook, NJSaddle Brook

Longa was the most dominant player in Group 1 football in New Jersey during his senior season.

3 stars6'1"207Rutgers
#9Julian Pinnix-OdrickDE
Montclair, NJMontclair

Pinnix-Odrick finished his senior season with 71 tackles, five sacks and one forced fumble.

3 stars6'5"260Rutgers
#10Kaiwan LewisLB
Hammonton, NJSt. Joseph

While helping to lead his team to an undefeated season, Lewis finished with 54 tackles and three fumble recoveries.

3 stars6'2"227South Carolina
#11Ryan BrodieOL
Long Branch, NJLong Branch

Brodie showcased his athletic abilities on both sides of the line this fall.

3 stars6'5"260Rutgers
#12Mike StrizakLB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

As part of a star studded defense, Strizak became one of the more consistent producers during his senior season.

3 stars6'2"228Boston Coll.
#13Carlton AgudosiWR
Franklin, NJFranklin

Agudosi finished his senior season with 33 receptions and 1,258 yards.

3 stars6'6"203Rutgers
#14Jim CashmanOL
Haddonfield, NJHaddonfield Memorial

Seeing time on both sides of the ball, Cashman helped his team to an 11-1 season and a trip to the state championship game.

3 stars6'7"275Boston Coll.
#15Ruhann PeeleWR
Linden, NJLinden

Making the move to running back this fall for his team, Peele proved to be equally explosive out of the backfield.

3 stars6'1"170Rutgers
#16D.J. SingletonDB
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Through eight games this fall, Singleton had 48 tackles and three sacks.

3 stars6'3"200Wisconsin
#17Christian BrownDT
Bridgeton, NJBridgeton

Brown transferred from Florida and became a major part of Bridgeton's 6-4 team this fall.

3 stars6'2"280West Virginia
#18Kye MorganRB
Somerset, NJFranklin

Morgan rushed for 1,088 yards and 13 touchdowns on 144 carries, and also had nine receptions for 131 yards and four touchdowns, during his senior season.

3 stars5'10"165Virginia
#19Michael GiaconeTE
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Through eight games this fall, Giacone had 13 receptions for 191 yards and one touchdown.

3 stars6'5"246Boston Coll.
#20Dan MastromatteoLB
Absecon, NJHoly Spirit

Mastromatteo finished his senior season with 99 tackles and six sacks.

3 stars6'2"215N. Carolina
#21Jevon TyreeATH
Monmouth Junction, NJSouth Brunswick

Tyree saw significant time this fall at running back, wide receiver, defensive back and returning both punts and kicksoffs.

3 stars5'11"170Rutgers
#22Davon JacobsATH
Wayne, NJDe Paul Catholic

Dealing with injuries, Jacobs rushed for 308 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries, while solidying the secondary with 61 tackles.

3 stars6'0"185Rutgers
#23Dan CrimminsATH
Demarest, NJDemarest

Crimmins finished his senior season with 55 receptions for 1,234 yards and 18 touchdowns.

3 stars6'5"220Boston Coll.
#24Delon StephensonATH
Parlin, NJSayreville War Memorial

Stephenson will follow his older brother to Rutgers.

3 stars5'11"170Rutgers
#25Ryan MorrisTE
Barnegat, NJBarnegat

Morris had 21 receptions for 358 yards and two touchdowns durin his senior season.

3 stars6'6"241Purdue
#26Sean MaguireQB
West Orange, NJSeton Hall Prep

Maguire completed 76 of 159 passes for 1,183 yards and 12 touchdowns during his senior season.

3 stars6'3"200Florida St.
#27Brandon NapoleonATH
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Napolean passed for approximately 1,500 yards, rushed for 500 and saw extensive time in the defensive secondary for St. Peter's Prep this fall.

3 stars6'0"175West Virginia
#28Tevin ShawATH
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Shaw rushed for 1,596 yards and 23 touchdowns on 236 carries during his senior season.

3 stars5'11"190Kansas
#29Austin JohnsonDT
Richland, NJSt. Augustine

Johnson also shows off his athleticism on the hardwood, where he was the starting center of a state championship team last winter.

3 stars6'4"276Penn St.
#30Elijah HughesRB
Elizabeth, NJElizabeth

Hughes totaled 21 touchdowns during his senior season.

3 stars5'8"170Towson