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2012 Prospect Ranking Virginia Postseason Top 30 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Eli HaroldDE
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

Harold finished with 78 tackles, 16 sacks and 28 tackles during his senior season.

#2Alex CarterDB
Ashburn, VABriar Woods

Carter, who is a threat on offense, defense or special teams, was named his district’s defensive player of the year this fall.

#3Joel CalebATH
Midlothian, VAClover Hill

Only playing seven games because of a knee injury, Caleb still finished with 747 yards passing and 737 yards rushing this fall.

6'2"201Virginia Tech
#4Kwontie MooreLB
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Moore, who will play in the Army All-American Bowl, helped lead his team to a state title game in Virginia.

#5J.C. ColemanRB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Despite missing three games with an ankle injury, Coleman has rushed for 1,312 yards and 17 touchdowns on 160 carries so far this season.

5'7"169Virginia Tech
#6Deon ClarkeLB
Chesterfield, VALloyd C Bird

Clarke has already been named the player of the year in his district for the 2011 season.

6'2"205Virginia Tech
#7Korren KirvenDT
Lynchburg, VABrookville

Kirven had helped lead Brookville to an undefeated season through 11 games.

#8Ken EkanemLB
Clifton, VACentreville

Ekanem could play linebacker or defensive end in college and has led his team on a deep playoff run.

6'3"226Virginia Tech
#9Trey EdmundsLB
Ringgold, VADan River

Considered an outside linebacker recruit, Edmunds had two 200-plus yard rushing games in the playoffs as well.

6'2"205Virginia Tech
#10Win HomerOL
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Homer helped his team to an undefeated 10-0 season this fall.

6'5"245Boston Coll.
#11Devin VandykeLB
Lorton, VASouth County

Devin's brother, Ronny, is a red-shirt freshman at Virginia Tech.

6'1"203Virginia Tech
#12Anthony CooperWR
Virginia Beach, VABayside

Through the first ten games of his senior season, Cooper had 36 receptions for 813 yards and nine touchdowns.

#13Der'Woun GreeneDB
Portsmouth, VAWoodrow Wilson

Greene also played quarterback this fall, and plans to enroll in January at Virginia Tech.

5'10"175Virginia Tech
#14Augie ConteOL
Powhatan, VABlessed Sacrament Huguenot

Conte was a big part of his teams 9-2 season this fall.

6'6"270Virginia Tech
#15Nigel WilliamsDT
Richmond, VABenedictine School

Williams was also able to show off his athleticism at tight end this fall, where he was equally effective in blocking and pass receiving.

6'3"260Virginia Tech
#16Courtnye WynnDE
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Wynn was named first team All-Conference after his senior season.

#17Dakota JacksonTE
Roanoke, VANorthside

Jackson finished his senior season with 22 receptions for 360 yards, and added 34 tackles on defense.

6'4"250Virginia Tech
#18Mario NixonWR
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Nixon finished with nine touchdown receptions this fall, and also became a major part of the defense at outside linebacker.

#19Mark HallLB
Virginia Beach, VAGreen Run

Through his teams first ten games, Hall had over 70 tackles, 13 sacks and returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown.

#20Brenden MotleyATH
Christiansburg, VAChristiansburg

A high ankle sprain caused him to miss six games, but when healthy Motley led a potent offense at quarterback and anchored the defensive secondary.

6'3"200Virginia Tech
#21Desmond FryeDB
Chester, VAThomas Dale

In nine games this fall Frye had 97 tackles and three interceptions, while also chipping in with 16 receptions for 420 yards and four touchdowns.

6'1"168Virginia Tech
#22CJ ProsiseDB
Woodberry Forest, VAWoodberry Forest School

Prosise ended his senior season with six interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and on spcial teams, five returns for touchdowns.

6'1"202Notre Dame
#23Andre Miles-RedmondOL
Richmond, VAHermitage

Miles-Redmond helped anchor an offensive line that led the team to a 12-1 season.

#24Alston SmithDT
Virginia Beach, VACox

Smith is the son of former Virginia Tech and NFL legend, Bruce Smith.

6'3"272Virginia Tech
#25Will SmithOL
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Smith's play on the offensive line was a major part of his team's undefeated season this fall.

6'5"285Wake Forest
#26Tyrell ChavisOL
Richmond, VAVarina

Chavis helped Varina to an 8-3 season this fall.

#27Romond DeloatchWR
Hampton, VAPhoebus

Deloatch will play in the U.S. versus The World game in Febuary.

#28Seth DooleyDE
Salem, VAGlenvar

Known more for his defensive abilities, Dooley also rushed for 782 yards and 11 touchdowns in his teams first ten games.

6'5"230Virginia Tech
#29Jerome WrightATH
Highland Springs, VAHighland Springs

Wright was named first team All-District at running back after his senior season.

6'2"225Virginia Tech
#30Rhakeem StallingsLB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Playing on a powerful Oscar Smith defense, Stallings has been a leader during their 13-1 season.

6'0"210James Madison Virginia Postseason Top 30 2012

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