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2012 Prospect Ranking Tennessee Postseason Top 25 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Chad VoytikQB
Cleveland, TNCleveland

Voytik capped high school career with 296-yard, four-TD effort; had 5,000-plus career yards.

4 stars6'1"183Pittsburgh
#2Drae BowlesWR
Jackson, TNJackson Christian

As a senior, Bowles recorded 31 receptions for 519 yards and five scores. Had 171 catches for his career.

4 stars6'1"198Tennessee
#3Jovon RobinsonRB
Memphis, TNWooddale

Robinson had 133 carries for 1,249 yards and 14 total touchdowns, playing running back, quarterback and wide receiver in 2011.

4 stars6'0"215Auburn
#4Brian KimbrowRB
Memphis, TNMemphis East

Kimbrow rushed for more than 3,600 yards combined his final two seasons, including 1,900 as a senior.

4 stars5'9"165Vanderbilt
#5Graham ShulerOL
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy

Shuler had 30-plus pancake blocks and graded out over 92 percent for the season.

4 stars6'5"275Stanford
#6Caleb AzubikeDE
Nashville, TNMcGavock

Shuler had 30-plus pancake blocks and graded out over 92 percent for the season.

4 stars6'5"240Vanderbilt
#7I'Tavius MathersRB
Murfreesboro, TNBlackman

Mathers rushed for 2,210 yards and 25 touchdowns this season and finished with more than 5,500 yards for his career.

4 stars6'0"195Mississippi
#8Will RedmondATH
Memphis, TNMemphis East

A two-way standout, Redmond scored 13 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'0"179Mississippi St.
#9Blake BarsOL
Nashville, TNMontgomery Bell Academy

Bars anchored offensive line for team that reached second round of the playoffs.

4 stars6'5"275Michigan
#10Andrew JelksOL
Paris, TNHenry County

Top linemen for state championship squad.

4 stars6'6"260Vanderbilt
#11Sheldon DawsonATH
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Dawson was a standout on offense, defense and special teams.

3 stars5'11"169Georgia
#12Jaylen WaltonRB
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Walton produced more than 2,000 yards of offense in 2011.

3 stars5'8"164Mississippi
#13Brandon HillOL
Collierville, TNSt. George's

Hill played both ways to help lead squad to the Division 2-A state championship.

3 stars6'6"352Alabama
#14Nathan ColeWR
Memphis, TNMitchell

Cole recorded 600-plus receiving yards during senior campaign.

3 stars5'11"170Cincinnati
#15William GrossQB
Memphis, TNMelrose

Completed 57 percent of his passes for 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns before sustaining knee injury.

3 stars6'1"170Memphis
#16Barrett GougerOL
Chattanooga, TNBaylor School

Gouger was named the state's Division II-AA Mr. Football Lineman of the Year.

3 stars6'5"285Vanderbilt
#17Jay GuillermoOL
Maryville, TNMaryville

Guillermo anchored line for state championship team.

3 stars6'2"287Clemson
#18Patton RobinetteQB
Maryville, TNMaryville

Robinette accounted for more than 2,500 yards of offense in 2011.

3 stars6'5"200Vanderbilt
#19Woody BaronDE
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy

Barron was selected for the Tennessee East vs. West All-Star game.

3 stars6'3"252Virginia Tech
#20Cordale BoydOL
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Boyd anchored line for team that scored 39 points a game.

3 stars6'4"290Arkansas
#21Brandon LewisDE
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Lewis was top defensive line performer for third-round playoff squad.

3 stars6'5"225Arkansas
#22Jamil GoldenQB
Memphis, TNRidgeway

Golden quarterbacked team to third round of the playoffs and competed in Tennessee East vs. West All-Star game.

3 stars6'4"206list
#23Dyshawn MobleyRB
Powell, TNPowell

Mobley set a state record with 3,068 rushing yards in 2011.

3 stars6'0"205Kentucky
#24C.J. BeathardQB
Franklin, TNBattle Ground Academy

Beathard threw two touchdown passes in the Tennessee East vs West All-Star game.

3 stars6'2"180Iowa
#25Cory BateyWR
Nashville, TNEnsworth

Baty finished the 2011 season with over 800 receiving yards.

3 stars6'0"183Vanderbilt