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2011 Prospect Ranking Alabama Postseason Top 25

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Erique FlorenceDB
Valley, ALValley

Elite size and speed for a DB prospect. Excellent ball skills, great range, very physical and has tremendous closing speed. As a two-way player in high school, appears to have an excellent feel for the game on both sides. Projects as 6-foot-2, 200-pound rangy safety or big cover corner in college. NFL body-type and abilities. One of the top overall defensive prospects in the country. 2011 Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'2"181Auburn
#2Brent CallowayLB
Russellville, ALRussellville

Physically is put together as well as any prospect in the country. Great all-around athleticism and an excellent outside linebacker prospect. 2011 Army All-American.

4 stars6'1"210Alabama
#3Reese DismukesOL
Spanish Fort, ALSpanish Fort

Importance of a smart, big, quick, physical and tenacious center is often overlooked in recruiting rankings. Those guys are hard to find. But the state has one this year in Dismukes. Has all the intangibles coaches look for in a center. Clearly an elite level center prospect. 2011 Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'4"287Auburn
#4Jonathan RoseDB
Leeds, ALLeeds

Perhaps the top pure corner prospect in the state and one of the top defensive prospects in the country. Elite size, speed, athleticism and range. A student of the game. Could very well be the nation's best corner prospect. Top four prospects truly interchangeable. 2011 Army All-American.

4 stars6'2"170Auburn
#5Chris JonesDB
Adamsville, ALMinor

Pound for pound, the state's best overall athlete in the 2011 class. Has all the tools; great strength, speed, agility, athleticism and football I.Q.

4 stars6'0"185Alabama
#6Jaylon DensonWR
Hoover, ALHoover

Big, physical receiver with great hands. Accounted for over 1,000 yards receiving as a senior and 12 touchdowns. Scored five touchdowns in the playoffs, led Hoover to 6A state title game appearance.

4 stars6'3"190Auburn
#7Marvin ShinnWR
Prichard, ALVigor

Very quick and athletic receiver. More of a possession-type receiver than big-play. 2011 Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'3"177Alabama
#8JaBrian NilesDE
Mobile, ALDavidson

Bottom line: One of the top defensive line prospects in the Southeast. Very, very athletic big man. Could play back-up quarterback if needed.

3 stars6'2"270Auburn
#9Sammie CoatesWR
Leroy, ALLeroy

Had a monster senior season, accounting for 26 touchdowns and over 1,000 yards receiving. Won the 2A state title game MVP, as well as 2A Back of the Year.

3 stars6'3"170Auburn
#10Ameer AbdullahATH
Homewood, ALHomewood

Great ability. Burst onto the scene during the summer camp circuit. Had a great senior season earning offers from top tier programs.

3 stars5'9"177Nebraska
#11Anthony SwainDB
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Baller. Football player with potential to play several places on defensive side. Inside, outside linebacker or is athletic enough to play safety.

3 stars6'3"215Auburn
#12Danny WoodsonWR
Mobile, ALLeFlore

Biggest thing that jumps out while watching film is his BIG PLAY capability. Possesses the size, hands, leaping ability and physicality of the big-time, big-play vertical threats at the next level.

4 stars6'2"200Alabama
#13Devaunte SiglerLB
Mobile, ALB. C. Rain

Most underrated player in the state. Projects as a defensive end, but could develop into defensive tackle. Recruited as a outside linebacker as well.

3 stars6'4"250Auburn
#14Chris LandrumLB
Sweet Water, ALSweet Water

Frame could allow him to be 245-pound backer at next level. Plays running back in high school and has great hips, which generally translates into great outside linebacker. Could play Mike or Sam at next level.

3 stars6'2"215Auburn
#15Keymiya HarrellDE
Plantersville, ALDallas County

Good player. Tall. Long arms. Lots of potential, was a man amongst boys this fall as a senior. Plays basketball as well.

3 stars6'5"235Auburn
#16Stephen RiversQB
Athens, ALAthens

Top-tier quarterback prospect. SEC-caliber player.

3 stars6'6"200LSU
#17Collins MooreWR
Madison, ALBob Jones

May not have offer from either in-state SEC school, but Moore is an unbelievable, all-around physical receiver. Dominated against highly-ranked defensive back prospects in camps. Has the potential to make case as state's top receiver this fall. Should see his stock rise with college coaches soon, if it hasn't already.

3 stars6'2"185Mississippi
#18Daryl CollinsWR
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Another top in-state receiver prospect. Tough. Instinctive. Uses hands well.

3 stars6'0"190Kentucky
#19Allan CarsonDT
Oxford, ALOxford

Big, athletic defensive lineman. Plays hard. Lots of potential.

2 stars6'0"327Tennessee
#20Jervohnte RilesATH
Bessemer, ALJess Lanier

Great athlete, has opportunity to play tight end, receiver, or somewhere on defense.

3 stars6'5"230list
#21Jacob CokerQB
Mobile, ALSt. Paul's

Florida State commit named to the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.

3 stars6'5"210Florida St.
#22Jamal GoldenATH
Wetumpka, ALWetumpka

Golden ran for 1,148 yards, passed for 2,351 yards and accounted for 37 touchdowns in 2010, and was named Mr. Football for the state of Alabama.

3 stars6'1"189Georgia Tech
#23DaMarcus JamesRB
Demopolis, ALDemopolis

Rushed for more than 960 yards in state playoffs alone as junior. Catalyst for state championship offense at 5A level. Tough, hard-nosed, downhill running back. If speed improves, SEC player.

3 stars5'10"215Jacksonville St.
#24Darien ThomasWR
Theodore, ALTheodore

Very good player in spread offense. Fits that type offense. Slot/possession receiver.

3 stars6'3"200list
#25T.J. WorthyWR
Gadsden City, ALGadsden City

Comparable to teammate Collins. Good all-around receiver. Has all tools needed to be contributor at next level.

3 stars6'2"180Mississippi Alabama Postseason Top 25

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