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Rivals.com Maryland Postseason Top 25 2013

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Kenny BigelowDT
Elkton, MDEastern Christian Academy

In four games this year, Bigelow had twelve sacks and was selected as a U.S. Army All-American.

5 stars6'3"295USC
#2Kendall FullerDB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Fuller finished his season with three interception, and on offense he added 1,077 all-purpose yard and ten touchdowns

5 stars5'11"189Virginia Tech
#3Khaliel RodgersOL
Elkton, MDEastern Christian Academy

Selected as a U.S. Army All-American, Rodgers anchored the Eastern Christian Academy offensive line in all four games this season.

4 stars6'3"300USC
#4Henry PoggiDT
Baltimore, MDGilman School

Poggi had 63 tackles, 17 for a loss, 14.5 sacks and three forced fumbles as a senior. On offense, he had ten receptions for 134 yards

4 stars6'4"260Michigan
#5Dorian O'DanielLB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

O’Daniel recorded 25.5 tackles, two sacks, two pass-breakups and one forced fumble. On offense he racked up 1,307 yards and 18 touchdowns.

4 stars6'1"201Clemson
#6Na'Ty RodgersOL
Pomfret, MDMcDonough

Rodgers helped his team to a 9-2 season this fall.

4 stars6'5"278South Carolina
#7Paul HarrisWR
Upper Marlboro, MDFrederick Douglass

Going into the state final, Harris recorded 31 catches for 732 yards. On defense, he made one interceptions and forced two fumbles.

4 stars6'4"186Tennessee
#8Marcus NewbyLB
North Potomac, MDQuince Orchard

Going into the state championship game, Newby recorded 85 tackles, 16 tackles for a loss, seven pass-breakups, one interception, two forced fumbles and blocked two field goals.

4 stars6'1"210Nebraska
#9Kirk GarnerDB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

This season, Garner made 34.5 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, had seven pass-breakups, caused two fumbles and had four interceptions. He also had 600 all-purpose yards, helping his team to another conference championship.

4 stars5'11"180Virginia
#10Micah KiserLB
Baltimore, MDGilman School

Kiser finished his senior season with 111 tackles, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and two defensive touchdowns.

3 stars6'1"215Virginia
#11Andre LevroneWR
Olney, MDGood Counsel

After an excellent camp season, Levrone battled injuries most of his senior year and finished with six catches for 65 yards.

3 stars6'2"197Virginia
#12Taivon JacobsWR
District Heights, MDSuitland

Jacobs finished his prolific senior season with more than 50 touchdowns and over 2,000 total yards.

3 stars5'11"165Maryland
#13Shane CockerilleQB
Baltimore, MDGilman School

Winning another conference championship, Cockerille recorded 1,200 yards passing with eight touchdowns and ran for 1,450 yards and 17 touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"205Maryland
#14Jahmere Irvin-SillsDB
Elkton, MDEastern Christian Academy

In four games this season, Irvin-Sills gained the reputation of a lock-down defender.

3 stars5'10"173Mississippi St.
#15Wendell SmallwoodRB
Elkton, MDEastern Christian Academy

In four games this season, Smallwood gain 850 yards.

3 stars5'11"194West Virginia
#16Delando JohnsonATH
Towson, MDCalvert Hall

During his senior season, Johnson totaled 91 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles, and three touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"180Toledo
#17Dhameer BradleyWR
Elkton, MDEastern Christian Academy

In four games, Bradley had 30 receptions, over 300 total yards and six total touchdowns.

3 stars5'10"166Connecticut
#18Kevin RobbinsDE
Forestville, MDBishop McNamara

Robbins’ father attended Michigan State and then played in the NFL

3 stars6'4"235Georgia Tech
#19Zach BradshawLB
Damascus, MDDamascus

Bradshaw recorded 80 tackles, two interceptions, four special teams touchdowns, 32 catches for 600 yards and ten total touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"210Virginia
#20Milan CollinsATH
Forestville, MDBishop McNamara

The versatile Collins had 1,500 yards passing, 400 yards rushing, 150 yards receiving, 50 tackles, five forced fumbles, tow fumble recoveries and five interceptions.

3 stars6'2"190Maryland
#21Brendan MarshallQB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Marshall led his team to another conference championship, passing for 1,379 yards and seven touchdowns while completing almost 60 percent of his passes.

3 stars6'5"210Virginia
#22Richy AndersonRB
Frederick, MDThomas Johnson

During his senior campaign, Anderson 800 rushing yards, 24 catches for 400 yards and had 15 total touchdowns.

3 stars5'11"180Penn St.
#23Marvin GrossDE
Baltimore, MDDunbar

Gross finished a dominant senior season with 33 sacks and five defensive touchdowns.

3 stars6'4"225West Virginia
#24Darius CommissiongDT
Forestville, MDBishop McNamara

Commissiong finished his senior season with 85 tackles, 15 sacks and 20 tackles for a loss.

3 stars6'2"285Georgia Tech
#25Moise LaroseOL
Fort George G Meade, MDWilde Lake

LaRose helped pave the way for a running game that almost totaled 2,000 yards on the ground

3 stars6'5"285Maryland

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