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2009 Prospect Ranking Minnesota Postseason Top 10 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Bryce McNealWR
Minneapolis, MNBreck

Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'2"170Clemson
#2Moses AlipateQB
Bloomington, MNJefferson

Alipate's father, Tuineau, played at Washington State and for the Minnesota Vikings.

3 stars6'5"230Minnesota
#3Ra'shede HagemanTE
Minneapolis, MNWashburn

Also a talented basketball player.

3 stars6'6"251Minnesota
#4Matt GarinDE
Apple Valley, MNEastview

A second-team all-state selection as a junior, Garin helped Eastview to an 11-2 record.

3 stars6'4"220Minnesota
#5Josh CampionOL
Fergus Falls, MNFergus Falls

Committed to Minnesota in October of 2007.

3 stars6'5"265Minnesota
#6Ed OlsonOL
Mahtomedi, MNMahtomedi

Ed Olson Sr. was an offensive lineman for the Gophers in the late 70's and early 80's.

3 stars6'7"285Minnesota
#7Fritz RockATH
Minneapolis, MNWayzata

Rock will be a two-way and three-year varsity starter for the Trojans in 2008.

3 stars6'0"200Illinois
#8Nick RengelATH
Sartell, MNSartell

Had 794 yards receiving as a junior.

2 stars6'3"225Minnesota
#9Casey DehnOL
Owatonna, MNOwatonna

Casey's older brother, Robert, just completed his first year on the UW track and field team.

2 stars6'6"265Wisconsin
#10Corey FrazierDB
Eden Prairie, MNEden Prairie

Frazier finished his senior year with several honors. He was named to the all-state teams of Minnesota Preps and the AP and of course Frazier finished as an all-conference performer.

2 stars6'1"175Rice Minnesota Postseason Top 10 2009

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