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Rivals.com Florida Postseason Top 100 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Trent RichardsonRB
Pensacola, FLEscambia

Richardson is a power back who rushed for more than 2,000 yards in 2008.

5 stars5'11"210Alabama
#2Ray Ray ArmstrongATH
Sanford, FLSeminole

Armstrong will start out at FS but will likely grow into an outside linebacker.

5 stars6'4"218Miami (FL)
#3Jacobbi McDanielDT
Greenville, FLMadison

McDaniel is a super strong d-tackle who has good quickness.

5 stars6'0"267Florida St.
#4Andre DeboseWR
Sanford, FLSeminole

Debose is the most electrifying recruit from the Sunshine State.

5 stars6'0"170Florida
#5Gary BrownDT
Quincy, FLWest Gadsden

Brown is an athletic defensive tackle who is quick off the ball.

5 stars6'3"275Florida
#6Willie DownsATH
Tallahassee, FLGodby

Downs wants to play WR but has more upside at safety.

4 stars6'2"192Florida St.
#7Aaron MurrayQB
Tampa, FLPlant

Murray is a super passer who has all the intangibles to be an outstanding QB in Athens.

4 stars6'0"198Georgia
#8Zeke MottaLB
Vero Beach, FLVero Beach

Motta is a high motor guy who plays with great aggression.

4 stars6'2"207Notre Dame
#9Jaamal BerryRB
Miami, FLMiami Palmetto

Berry is one of the fastest RBs from Florida who also has good quickness in the hole.

4 stars5'10"185Ohio St.
#10Ryne GiddinsDE
Seffner, FLArmwood

Giddins is the highest-profile recruit to ever sign with South Florida.

4 stars6'4"235South Florida
#11Orson CharlesWR
Tampa, FLPlant

Charles hauled in 75 passes as a senior for more than 1,400 yards and 21 scores.

4 stars6'2"230Georgia
#12Jon BosticLB
Wellington, FLPalm Beach Central

Bostic is a versatile LB who is already enrolled at Florida.

4 stars6'1"218Florida
#13Rodney SmithWR
Miami, FLArchbishop Carroll

Smith will give FSU a big, athletic receiver on the perimeter.

4 stars6'6"202Florida St.
#14Nu'Keese RichardsonWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Richardson is a speedy and quick smaller WR who is great in space.

4 stars5'8"151Tennessee
#15Lamar MillerRB
Miami, FLKillian

Miller rushed for more than 1,700 yards in 2008 down in Dade County.

4 stars5'11"205Miami (FL)
#16Demonte McAllisterDE
Tampa, FLAlonso

McAllister is a strong side end who will likely grow into a d-tackle.

4 stars6'3"263Florida St.
#17Duron CarterWR
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Carter runs great routes and has super hands.

4 stars6'2"183Ohio St.
#18Brandon McGeeDB
Lauderhill, FLPlantation

McGee has a chance to be another outstanding cornerback at the "U".

4 stars5'11"186Miami (FL)
#19Chris ThompsonRB
Greenville, FLMadison

Thompson is a Warrick Dunn type of back who can beat you so many ways.

4 stars5'8"173Florida St.
#20Jawanza StarlingDB
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Starling is one of the hardest hitting safeties in the nation.

4 stars6'2"195USC
#21Rodney ScottRB
Cross City, FLDixie County

Scott is a back who runs with great pad level.

4 stars5'9"185Mississippi
#22Jarvis GilesRB
Tampa, FLGaither

Giles is one of the most explosive running backs in the nation.

4 stars5'11"175South Carolina
#23James GreenWR
Tallahassee, FLLeon

Green hauled in 46 passes and scored 11 TDs as a senior.

4 stars6'2"202Tennessee
#24Larvez MarsLB
Apopka, FLApopka

Mars is a smaller LB, but he makes tackle after tackle.

4 stars5'11"205Florida Intl.
#25Jayron HosleyDB
Delray Beach, FLAtlantic

Hosley is fantastic as a cornerback, receiver and punt returner.

4 stars5'11"175Virginia Tech
#26Michael CarterDB
Pompano Beach, FLBlanche Ely

Carter isn't the biggest of cornerbacks, but he's aggressive and he can be physical.

4 stars5'11"154Minnesota
#27Frankie TelfortLB
Miami, FLGulliver Prep

Telfort is a tweener between strong safety and weakside linebacker.

4 stars5'11"197USC
#28Lonnie PryorRB
Okeechobee, FLOkeechobee

Pryor had a monster senior season, rushing for 2,300 yards as a senior.

4 stars6'1"195Florida St.
#29Eugene SmithQB
Miramar, FLMiramar

Smith is a guy who can both throw and run and should be a hit in Morgantown.

4 stars6'3"182West Virginia
#30Nick AlajajianOL
Naples, FLNaples

Alajajian will have to bounce back from a broken ankle.

4 stars6'4"280Florida
#31Jeremy GallonATH
Apopka, FLApopka

Gallon is small but super quick, and he is deadly with the ball in space.

4 stars5'8"165Michigan
#32Dontae AycockRB
Tampa, FLChamberlain

Aycock is a terrific RB prospect but could play QB in the right system.

4 stars5'10"216Auburn
#33Dyron DyeDE
Sanford, FLSeminole

Dye is one of the faster d-ends off the edge in the nation.

4 stars6'3"215Miami (FL)
#34Rantavious WootenWR
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Wooten is one of many "slot" guys from the state of Florida who is very dangerous with the ball.

4 stars5'10"158Georgia
#35Denard RobinsonATH
Deerfield Beach, FLDeerfield Beach

Robinson would love to play QB but projects highest at wide receiver.

4 stars6'0"179Michigan
#36Bradley BattlesATH
Marianna, FLMarianna

Battles is a two-way prospect at running back, receiver or cornerback.

4 stars5'9"179South Florida
#37Luther RobinsonDT
Fort Pierce, FLWestwood

Robinson is more of a run stuffer at this stage.

4 stars6'3"280Miami (FL)
#38Corey GainesDT
Tallahassee, FLGodby

Gaines could play d-tackle, guard or center in college.

4 stars6'0"274Mississippi
#39Jamal ReidATH
Mayo, FLLafayette

Reid could star on either side of the ball in Coral Gables at WR or CB.

4 stars6'1"175Miami (FL)
#40Olivier VernonDE
Miami, FLAmerican

Vernon is one of the better speed rushers from the Sunshine State.

4 stars6'3"239Miami (FL)
#41Willie HaulsteadWR
Titusville, FLTitusville

Haulstead is a big and physical WR.

4 stars6'3"210Florida St.
#42Mike GillisleeRB
Deland, FLDeland

Gillislee is the perfect fit for the spread.

4 stars6'1"205Florida
#43Mike JamesRB
Davenport, FLRidge

James is the ideal back to pound it between the tackles.

4 stars5'11"211Miami (FL)
#44David GilbertDE
Oakland Park, FLNortheast

Gilbert is a physical defensive end who plays with a good motor.

4 stars6'4"214Wisconsin
#45C.J. MizellLB
Tallahassee, FLLeon

Mizell is one of the more physical linebackers in the nation.

4 stars6'2"212Florida St.
#46Al-Terek McBurseRB
Winter Springs, FLWinter Springs

McBurse exploded his senior year with more than 2,000 yards.

4 stars6'0"192Purdue
#47Brandon JenkinsDE
Tallahassee, FLFlorida

Jenkins is already enrolled at Florida State.

4 stars6'2"218Florida St.
#48Ed StinsonDE
Homestead, FLSouth Dade

Stinson is a rangy and athletic defensive end prospect.

4 stars6'4"227Alabama
#49Jonotthan HarrisonOL
Groveland, FLSouth Lake

Harrison could play either guard or tackle in Gainesville.

4 stars6'4"290Florida
#50Carlos HydeRB
Naples, FLNaples

Hyde is a versatile back who can run and block.

4 stars6'1"230Ohio St.
#51Jarvis ByrdDB
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Byrd is a smaller cornerback who has the knack for the big play.

4 stars5'10"173N.C. State
#52Jajuan HarleyDB
Tallahassee, FLRickards

Harley is a safety who excels in run support.

4 stars6'2"190Florida St.
#53Adaris BellamyRB
Dunedin, FLDunedin

Bellamy is a powerful runner with deceptive speed.

4 stars5'9"214South Florida
#54Ben AxonRB
Bradenton, FLManatee

Axon is a bigger back who could also project high at linebacker.

4 stars6'1"196South Carolina
#55Josh RobinsonATH
Lauderhill, FLPlantation

Robinson is a big-play guy on both sides of the ball at WR and CB.

4 stars5'10"178UCF
#56Dwayne DiftonWR
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Difton should bring the big play to UConn.

4 stars5'11"166Connecticut
#57Matt CoffeeATH
Ft. Walton Beach, FLFort Walton Beach

Coffee could play RB but is a likely linebacker in Columbia.

4 stars5'11"214South Carolina
#58Trabis WardRB
Ft. Lauderdale, FLDillard

Ward is a running back who runs with great balance.

4 stars5'10"186Tennessee St.
#59Lamar ScruggsWR
Jacksonville, FLFletcher

Scruggs is a WR with size, and he can go up and get the ball.

4 stars6'2"208South Carolina
#60Vladimir EmilienDB
Lauderhill, FLPlantation

Emilien missed his senior season with a knee injury.

4 stars6'0"186Michigan
#61Stedman BaileyWR
Miramar, FLMiramar

Bailey runs good routes and plays with a fire.

4 stars5'10"186West Virginia
#62Vincent SmithRB
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Smith is tough and runs hard for a back his size.

3 stars5'6"159Michigan
#63Petey SmithLB
Seffner, FLArmwood

Smith is a huge MIKE 'backer who gets to the ball.

3 stars6'0"230Alabama
#64Kedric JohnsonDE
Palmetto, FLPalmetto

Johnson had 24 sacks his senior season.

3 stars6'4"225Florida
#65Sam BarringtonLB
Jacksonsville, FLTerry Parker

Barrington was productive as a senior on both sides of the ball.

3 stars6'3"220South Florida
#66Henry OrelusOL
Belle Glade, FLGlades Central

Orelus really gets off ball nicely and has good footwork.

3 stars6'2"292Florida St.
#67Erick McGriffWR
Tampa, FLJesuit

McGriff has terrific hands and good size.

3 stars6'4"190Kansas
#68Corey AddisonDB
Jacksonville, FLAndrew Jackson

Addison had 50 tackles and one interceptions as a senior.

3 stars6'0"185South Carolina
#69Daniel MackLB
Miami, FLDade Christian

The Demon Deacons landed the speedy but undersized LB.

3 stars6'0"196Wake Forest
#70Mike JonesDB
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Jones is a rangy safety that should play a lot in the box in Ann Arbor.

3 stars6'2"200Michigan
#71Kayvon WebsterDB
Opa Locka, FLMonsignor Pace

Webster finished the 2008 season with 82 tackles and two sacks.

3 stars5'11"181South Florida
#72Dontavious PyronDT
Tampa, FLChamberlain

Pyron is quick off the ball and really runs well.

3 stars6'1"270Troy
#73Brandin HawthorneLB
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Hawthorne is undersized but athletic and makes plays all over the field.

3 stars6'0"181Michigan
#74John GallagherDT
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

Gallagher had 30 tackles for a loss and 20 sacks as a senior.

3 stars6'4"252Wake Forest
#75Willie FerrellLB
Tallahassee, FLFAMU High

Ferrell recorded 100-plus tackles despite missing four games with an ankle injury.

3 stars6'0"220Mississippi
#76Tevin McCaskillDB
Miami, FLNorthwestern

McCaskill has nice size and speed for the safety position.

3 stars6'2"182list
#77Jacquez JenkinsDB
St. Petersburg, FLLakewood

Jenkins is rehabbing nicely from a torn ACL.

3 stars6'1"177South Florida
#78Mike MarryLB
Largo, FLLargo

Marry could play inside LB or strong side backer at the next level.

3 stars6'3"205Mississippi
#79Korvic NeatRB
Hallandale Beach, FLHallandale

Neat's a little back with big potential and great speed.

3 stars5'9"175Mississippi
#80Antwan LoweryDT
Miami, FLColumbus

Lowery has the most upside as a offensive guard.

3 stars6'4"335Rutgers
#81Lindsey LamarRB
Tampa, FLHillsborough

Lindsey is a smaller back with blazing speed.

3 stars5'9"165South Florida
#82Arthur JefferyDT
Sarasota, FLBooker

Jeffrey is an athletic d-tackle prospect who could be a steal for the Vols.

3 stars6'4"285Tennessee
#83Ricardo DixonDB
Hallandale, FLHallandale

Dixon had nine picks in 12 games in 2008.

3 stars5'10"168South Florida
#84Frank SouzaDT
Ponte Vedra, FLNease

Souza really moves well for a big man.

3 stars6'4"285Wake Forest
#85Jon HalapioOL
St. Petersburg, FLCatholic

Halapio is a physical and nasty offensive line prospect.

3 stars6'4"302Florida
#86Wayne TimesWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Times is a slot WR who is fantastic in space.

3 stars5'10"167Florida Intl.
#87Victor MarcATH
Hallandale Beach, FLHallandale

Marc could play either running back or in the secondary in college.

3 stars5'11"208South Florida
#88Frank CrawfordDB
Miami, FLGulliver Prep

Crawford missed most of the 2008 campaign with a knee injury.

3 stars6'0"161Mississippi
#89Greg PrattRB
Naples, FLNaples

Pratt is also a track star who runs the 100 and 200 meters.

3 stars5'8"164Troy
#90David HardingOL
Orlando, FLBoone

This guard prospect carries a 4.3 grade point average.

3 stars6'4"275Duke
#91Xavier RhodesWR
Miami, FLMiami Norland

Rhodes had 1,000-plus all-purpose yards and 10 touchdowns in 2008.

3 stars6'2"187Florida St.
#92Cory WhiteTE
Jacksonville, FLFleming Island

White could play tight end or grow into an offensive tackle at Miami.

3 stars6'4"225Miami (FL)
#93DeAndre ByrdDB
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Byrd had six interceptions as a senior.

3 stars5'10"170
#94Leon WoodsWR
Lakeland, FLLake Gibson

Woods is a big and very physical wide receiver.

3 stars6'3"180UCF
#95Angelo HadleyDB
Seffner, FLArmwood

Hadley had 79 tackles and 10 interceptions his senior season.

3 stars6'0"187list
#96Bryan StorkTE
Vero Beach, FLVero Beach

Stork is a tight end who could grow into an offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"260Florida St.
#97Mywan JacksonATH
Seffner, FLArmwood

Jackson is a versatile athlete who could play a number of positions.

3 stars5'11"169N. Carolina
#98Antwon HiggsDE
Pompano Beach, FLPompano Beach

Higgs is a prospect who could play either outside linebacker or defensive end.

3 stars6'2"245Purdue
#99Mason JohnstonTE
Jacksonville, FLBolles

Johnson caught 24 passes for 400 yards and five scores as a senior.

3 stars6'4"235Vanderbilt
#100Donald RussellRB
Palm Beach Gardens, FLDwyer

Russell averaged more than 10 yards per carry his senior season.

3 stars5'11"205Kentucky

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