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Rivals.com Oregon Postseason Top 10 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Owamagbe OdighizuwaDE
Portland, ORDavid Douglas

Rewarded for his amazing senior season with a final ranking in the national top 10.

5 stars6'3"234UCLA
#2Gabe KingDE
Eugene, ORSouth Eugene

One of North Carolina's best moved to Oregon to become one of that state's best.

4 stars6'6"253California
#3Curtis WhiteTE
Eugene, ORSheldon

White earned all-league honors at both tight end and defensive end and helped Sheldon to a 12-1 record and a state title as well in 2007.

4 stars6'5"240Oregon
#4Keanon LoweATH
Portland, ORJesuit

Lowe was selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars5'10"170Oregon
#5Grant HedrickQB
Independence, ORCentral

Had almost 5,000 yards of total offense in 2008.

3 stars6'1"180Boise St.
#6Jacob WarkTE
Portland, ORJesuit

A throwback tight end because of his ability to also block.

3 stars6'5"240California
#7Kenneth AckerDB
Portland, ORGrant

Projects at cornerback, but he's also being recruited by some schools on the offensive side.

3 stars5'11"187SMU
#8Michael BibbeeLB
Eugene, ORNorth Eugene

Oregon State went after him early in the process, despite an injury that sidelined him as a junior.

3 stars6'3"225Oregon St.
#9Will StoreyDB
Lake Oswego, ORLake Oswego

At Oregon State, coaches are talking about safety, outside linebacker or wide receiver.

2 stars6'2"212Oregon St.
#10Kelvin CainLB
Clovis, CABuchanan

Cain could play at linebacker or defensive end in college.

2 stars6'4"210Miami (FL)

Rivals.com Oregon Postseason Top 10 2010

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