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Rivals.com Hawaii Postseason Top 10 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Juda ParkerDE
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Performed well at FBU's Top Gun camp in Williamsburg, Virginia.

3 stars6'2"245Colorado
#2Marcus MariotaQB
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Back-up QB as a junior, but 4.48 speed (NUC) and live arm at L.A. Nike has caught coaches' eyes.

3 stars6'4"185Oregon
#3Tigi HillLB
Kahuku, HIKahuku

Linebacker sized prospect who plays cornerback for powerhouse Kahuku H.S.

3 stars6'2"210Hawaii
#4Lake Koa-Ka'aiDE
Honolulu, HIKamehameha School

Played big role on Kamehameha-Kapalama's state title team in 2009.

3 stars6'4"235Oregon
#5K.T. TuumaloLB
Honolulu, HIPunahou

Anchors what will be one of Hawaii's top defensive fronts.

3 stars6'3"210Colorado
#6Paulay AsiataOL
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Turned heads at Honolulu All-Poly camp last summer.

3 stars6'5"285Colorado
#7Chester Su'aRB
Honolulu, HIKaimuki

Versatile offensive player, led Kaimuke with eight TDs in 2009.

3 stars6'2"205Washington St.
#8Trent McKinneyQB
Mililani, HIMililani

Honolulu Advertiser honorable mention all-state.

2 stars6'0"185list
#9Solomon DixonWR
Honolulu, HIMckinley

Led McKinley is receiving, scoring, and yards per carry in 2009.

2 stars5'9"140Idaho
#10Na'Alii RobinsDE
Honolulu, HISt. Louis

Had 42 tackles and double-digit sacks as a senior.

2 stars6'3"242Oregon St.

Rivals.com Hawaii Postseason Top 10 2011

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