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Rivals.com Maryland Postseason Top 20 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Jelani JenkinsLB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Jenkins led his team to an 11-1 record and stood out at the Crab Bowl and the Under Armour AA Game.

5 stars6'2"220Florida
#2DeOnte ArnettDE
Forestville, MDForestville Military Acad

Arnett had double-digit sacks as a senior and raised his stock at the Crab Bowl.

4 stars6'3"243Maryland
#3Dominic ClarkeDB
Frederick, MDTuscarora

Clarke is the best of four cornerbacks in state who rank in the top seven.

4 stars5'10"183Ohio St.
#4Jason AnkrahDE
Gaithersburg, MDQuince Orchard

Ankrah led his team to a 10-2 record as a senior with 10-plus sacks.

4 stars6'4"248Nebraska
#5Travis HawkinsDB
Gaithersburg, MDQuince Orchard

Hawkins helped lead his team to a 10-2 record as a running back and cornerback.

4 stars5'10"181Maryland
#6Derrick ThomasDB
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Thomas could play offense or defense in college and led his team to an 8-1 record as a senior.

4 stars6'0"176Penn St.
#7Darrell GivensDB
Indian Head, MDLackey

Givens had 57 tackles as a senior on an 8-4 team.

4 stars6'0"170Penn St.
#8Tavon AustinRB
Baltimore, MDDunbar

Austin, the state's all-time leading rusher, led his team to an unprecedented three straight Maryland 1A titles.

4 stars5'8"156West Virginia
#9David MackallDE
Baltimore, MDEdmondson-Westside

Mackall had 107 tackles as a senior for his 8-4 team.

4 stars6'3"240Maryland
#10Caleb PorzelRB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Also a track star, Porzel has run the 100 meters in 10.7 seconds.

4 stars5'9"170Maryland
#11Raymond CottonQB
Fort Meade, MDMeade

Cotton threw for 18 touchdowns against only two interceptions as a senior.

4 stars6'4"216Mississippi
#12Terrence StephensDT
Gaithersburg, MDQuince Orchard

Stephens anchored the middle of the defense and helped his team to a 10-2 record.

4 stars6'2"285Stanford
#13Devon SmithATH
Waldorf, MDWestlake

Smith is arguably the fastest player in the country for the 2009 class.

3 stars5'7"140Penn St.
#14Sean StanleyDT
Gaithersburg, MDGaithersburg

Stanley led his team to a 6-4 record as a senior defensive end and tight end.

3 stars6'1"235Penn St.
#15Michael CampanaroATH
Clarksville, MDRiver Hill

Campanaro rushed for more than 2,000 yards as a senior and scored more than 30 touchdowns.

3 stars5'10"173Wake Forest
#16Brandon FelderWR
Oxon Hill, MDOxon Hill

Emerged at the Penn State NIKE Camp as a true D-I player. Missed his senior year with a knee injury.

3 stars6'2"167Penn St.
#17Sean FarrWR
Baltimore, MDDunbar

Farr showed of his size and speed in the Crab Bowl as a senior.

3 stars6'2"180Louisville
#18Raynard RandolphDT
Brandywine, MDGwynn Park

Randolph led his team to an 8-3 record as a senior and could play defense or offense in college.

3 stars6'3"300N.C. State
#19Stephon MorrisDB
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Morris teamed with Derrick Thomas to form one of the best defensive back duos in the country.

3 stars5'8"172Penn St.
#20Terence GarvinDB
Baltimore, MDLoyola

Garvin led his team to an 11-0 record as a running back and defensive back.

3 stars6'2"200West Virginia

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