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2012 Prospect Ranking South Carolina Postseason Top 30 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Shaq RolandWR
Lexington, SCLexington

Roland finished with 79 receptions for 1,546 yards, 306 rushing yards and 33 total touchdowns during his senior season.

4 stars6'1"170South Carolina
#2Quinshad DavisWR
Gaffney, SCGaffney

Davis finished with astounding 2,009 receiving yards in 2011.

4 stars6'3"180N. Carolina
#3Shaq LawsonDE
Central, SCD. W. Daniel

Lawson was defensive MVP of the state’s North-South All-Star game.

4 stars6'3"240Clemson
#4Javarius LeamonOL
Woodruff, SCWoodruff

Leamon was a two-way line standout for state runnerup squad and competed in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'6"295S. Carolina St.
#5Ronald GeohaghanDB
Fairfax, SCAllendale Fairfax

Geohaghan recorded 112 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 10 pass breakups and six sacks.

4 stars6'0"185Clemson
#6Kwinton SmithWR
Dillon, SCDillon

Smith will play in the Offense-Defense All-America Game.

3 stars6'4"206South Carolina
#7Tyler KnoxDE
Myrtle Beach, SCMyrtle Beach

Knox was standout defender on team that allowed only 12 points per game.

3 stars6'4"225N.C. State
#8Martin AikenDE
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Aiken is a defensive leader for squad that produced four shutouts and reached third round of the playoffs.

3 stars6'3"245Clemson
#9Jabril SolomonDB
Hemingway, SCHemingway

Soloman recorded 48 tackles and three interceptions in 2011.

3 stars6'2"178East Carolina
#10Cordrea TankersleyDB
Aiken, SCSilver Bluff

Playing QB, Tankersley accounted for more than 1,500 yards.

3 stars6'0"190Clemson
#11Chris BrownWR
Hanahan, SCHanahan

Brown had double-digit TD receptions despite missing half the season with a collarbone injury.

3 stars6'2"185Notre Dame
#12Justin MeredithTE
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

Meredith was selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

3 stars6'5"210Tennessee
#13Devontre ParnellDB
Winnsboro, SCFairfield Central

Parnell missed senior season after suffering an ACL injury.

3 stars5'11"163Louisville
#14Gimel PresidentDE
Mt. Pleasant, SCWando

President had a team-high 75 tackles, 24 tackles for loss and five sacks.

3 stars6'3"240Auburn
#15Caleb RoweQB
Greer, SCBlue Ridge

Rowe passed for 2,538 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2011.

3 stars6'3"211Maryland
#16Marty WilliamsATH
North Augusta, SCFox Creek School

Williams produced more than 3,000 rushing yards the past two seasons.

3 stars6'1"200Clemson
#17Oliver JonesOL
Ninety Six, SCNinety Six

Jones anchored offensive line on team that scored 30 points per game.

3 stars6'6"322Clemson
#18Jonathan McLaughlinOL
Mauldin, SCMauldin

McLaughlin helped lead offense that averaged 30 points a game.

3 stars6'4"288East Carolina
#19Josh BrownDT
Aiken, SCSouth Aiken

Brown was among team leaders in tackles, tackles for loss and sacks.

3 stars6'5"270Clemson
#20Kendric SalleyRB
Williston, SCWilliston Elko

Rushed for more than 1,000 yards during senior campaign.

3 stars5'10"210South Carolina
#21David DeleonDT
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Selected to play in Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

3 stars6'0"270Miami (OH)
#22Casey GladneyWR
Columbia, SCColumbia

Gladney caught 63 passes for 1,291 yards and 19 touchsowns.

3 stars6'1"177Texas Tech
#23Wesley ScottDE
Ridgeland, SCRidgeland High School

Scott was chosen to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

3 stars6'3"245Miami (OH)
#24Mark IrickWR
St. Matthews, SCCalhoun County

Irick was top offensive playmaker for state playoff squad.

3 stars6'3"185Virginia Tech
#25Eddie GordonOL
Boiling Springs, SCBoiling Springs

Gordon was picked to play in the state’s North-South All-Star game.

3 stars6'1"322N.C. State
#26T.J. BurrellLB
Goose Creek, SCGoose Creek

Burrell was named to the All-Region squad.

3 stars5'11"197Clemson
#27Jay Jay McCulloughATH
Fort Mill, SCNation Ford

McCullough accounted for more than 600 yards of offense.

3 stars6'5"232Clemson
#28Patrick DestefanoOL
Roebuck, SCDorman

Destefano anchored offensive line for team that scored 30-plus points per game.

3 stars6'4"275Clemson
#29T.J. JonesOL
Myrtle Beach, SCMyrtle Beach

Jones was anchor for line on one of the region’s highest-scoring teams.

2 stars6'5"276Kentucky
#30Rokeem WilliamsWR
Williston, SCWilliston Elko

Williams competed in the state’s North-South All-Star game.

2 stars6'2"190Miami (OH) South Carolina Postseason Top 30 2012

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