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2009 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Mississippi Postseason Top 30 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Patrick PattersonWR
Macon, MSNoxubee County

In the past two seasons he has caught 149 passes for 2,815 yards and 41 touchdowns.

4 stars6'3"215Mississippi
#2Fletcher CoxDE
Yazoo City, MSYazoo City

Cox had 10 sacks and an interception in 2008.

4 stars6'4"240Mississippi St.
#3Chad BumphisWR
Tupelo, MSTupelo

In 2008 Bumphis had more than 500 yards rushing and receiving as well as seven TDs on special teams.

4 stars5'11"185Mississippi St.
#4Rod WoodsonDB
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Woodson picked up 95 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions as a senior.

4 stars5'11"200Alabama
#5Kevin NorwoodWR
D'Iberville, MSD'Iberville

Norwood led his team to the 4A state finals with more than 1,000 receiving yards on the year.

4 stars6'3"180Alabama
#6Josh BoydDT
Philadelphia, MSPhiladelphia

Had more than 100 tackles on the defensive line while also picking up seven sacks.

4 stars6'3"275Mississippi St.
#7Chris SmithWR
Meridian, MSMeridian

Eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in receiving yards on his way to a 2008 state championship.

4 stars6'1"191Mississippi St.
#8Tyler RussellQB
Meridian, MSMeridian

Threw for almost 6,000 yards over the past two seasons with 40 touchdowns and five interceptions in 2008.

4 stars6'4"200Mississippi St.
#9Aubrey PhillipsOL
Olive Branch, MSOlive Branch

Performance at Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic earned him spot on U.S. Army All-American Bowl roster.

4 stars6'6"310Florida St.
#10Dennis ThamesATH
Louisville, MSLouisville

Led his team to a 3A state championship with more than 1,000 all-purpose yards.

4 stars5'11"183Mississippi St.
#11Kendrick HardyRB
Monticello, MSLawrence County

Rushed for 3,865 yards and 46 touchdowns over the past two seasons.

4 stars6'0"210Southern Miss
#12Montez PhillipsWR
Oxford, MSLafayette

Versatile athlete amassed more than 1,000 yards of offense as a senior.

3 stars6'3"190Mississippi
#13Chris GarrettQB
Tupelo, MSTupelo

Passed for just less than 2,000 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2008.

3 stars6'4"220LSU
#14David ConnerDB
Batesville, MSSouth Panola

Spearheaded the South Panola defense with 100 tackles, 7.5 sacks and two interceptions.

3 stars5'9"185UAB
#15Cameron LawrenceATH
Senatobia, MSMagnolia Heights

Multi-purpose athlete rushed for more than 1,000 yards in '08; could play on either side of ball in college.

3 stars6'2"202Mississippi St.
#16Anthony SteenOL
Clarksdale, MSLee Academy

Combine freak, posting a 400-pound bench press and a sub-5.0 40-yard dash at close to 300 pounds.

3 stars6'4"297Alabama
#17William ShumpertRB
Fulton, MSItawamba Agricultural

Shumpert is a physical bowling ball, excelling on defense (13.5 sacks) and offense (278 yards rushing at FB).

3 stars6'0"238Mississippi St.
#18Jacoby BellTE
D'Iberville, MSD'Iberville

Could play either tight end, H-back, linebacker or d-end in college after having more than 120 tackles and 12 receiving touchdowns in 2008.

3 stars6'3"210Southern Miss
#19Deontae SkinnerLB
Macon, MSNoxubee County

His 134 tackles and 11 sacks helped lead Noxubee County to a 4A state championship.

3 stars6'2"230Mississippi St.
#20Tracey LampleyRB
Waynesboro, MSWayne County

Versatile, explosive back rushed for 1,162 yards as a senior.

3 stars5'9"170Southern Miss
#21Jamie CollinsATH
Meadville, MSFranklin County

High school quarterback will likely be a safety in college.

3 stars6'3"210Southern Miss
#22Nickoe WhitleyATH
Jackson, MSProvine

Versatile athlete handled quarterback and safety duties for his high school team before tearing his ACL.

3 stars6'1"190Mississippi St.
#23Johnthan BanksATH
Maben, MSEast Webster

Once returned three punts for touchdowns in a single game.

3 stars6'3"180Mississippi St.
#24LaDarius PerkinsRB
Greenville, MSSt. Joseph

Was named second team all-state as a senior.

3 stars5'9"180Mississippi St.
#25Emmanuel McCrayOL
Jackson, MSForest Hill

An offensive lineman with a great frame, McCray was Ole Miss' first commitment for the 2009 class.

3 stars6'5"280Mississippi
#26Jerrion JohnsonDB
New Augusta, MSPerry Central

As a junior, Johnson had six interceptions.

3 stars6'1"195Southern Miss
#27Terrell GrantWR
Cleveland, MSCleveland

As a senior he caught 35 passes for almost 500 yards and had just less than 200 yards rushing.

3 stars6'3"210Mississippi
#28Gabriel JacksonOL
Liberty, MSAmite County

Has already added 20 pounds of good weight since the beginning of his senior season.

3 stars6'4"310Mississippi St.
#29Jonathan GuerryOL
Columbus, MSNew Hope

Spearheaded an offense that propelled New Hope into the third round of the 4A state playoffs.

3 stars6'4"290Southern Miss
#30Will MartinLB
Madison, MSMadison Central

Had six sacks and more than 100 tackles in his senior season.

3 stars6'0"201Southern Miss

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