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Rivals.com Oregon Posteason Top 10 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Charles SiddowayOL
Eugene, ORSheldon

The most highly recruited player in the state. Could play either guard or tackle.

3 stars6'6"314California
#2Taylor HartDE
Tualatin, ORTualatin

Led team to 6A title game in 2007.

3 stars6'6"255Oregon
#3Malcolm JohnsonRB
Gresham, ORBarlow

Earned all-conference, conference player of the year and all-state honors in 2007.

3 stars5'10"185Boise St.
#4John BraunOL
Albany, ORWest Albany

Was first-team all-state at offensive tackle and defensive line in 2007.

3 stars6'6"240Oregon St.
#5Tym PearsonATH
Springfield, ORThurston

Considered the state's best all-around athlete.

3 stars6'2"200Portland St.
#6Michael BeatonOL
Dallas, ORDallas

Was named second-team all-state as a junior.

3 stars6'2"284Oregon St.
#7Mitch MathewsWR
Beaverton, ORSouthridge

Will take an LDS mission after his freshman season in college.

3 stars6'5"183BYU
#8Jordan PoyerDB
Astoria, ORAstoria

The state champion at QB will likely play DB in college, and he's a fantastic all-around athlete.

2 stars6'0"172Oregon St.
#9Jack LomaxQB
Lake Oswego, ORLake Oswego

Led the state in passing and will take his game to Oregon State.

2 stars6'2"164Oregon St.
#10Gabe LinehanATH
Banks, ORBanks

Pledged to Boise State early in the year and will be a good fit for the Broncos.

2 stars6'4"198Boise St.

Rivals.com Oregon Posteason Top 10 2009

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