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Rivals.com Indiana Postseason Top 20 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1James HurstOL
Indianapolis, INPlainfield

Great size and elite pass protection skills make Hurst one of nation's best prospects overall.

6'5"284N. Carolina
#2Roderick SmithRB
Fort Wayne, INHarding

Frightening combination of size and speed at the running back spot.

6'3"220Ohio St.
#3Dyjuan LewisWR
Indianapolis, INPike

One of the top receivers at the U.S. Army Underclassmen Combine.

6'2"186Cincinnati
#4Blake LuedersDE
Zionsville, INZionsville

Great size, strength and speed. Will switch to DE in college.

6'5"250Stanford
#5Isaiah LewisDB
Indianapolis, INBen Davis

Dominating player on game film, can cover and makes plays in backfield from strong safety spot.

5'11"190Michigan St.
#6James ManuelDB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Warren Central coaches are raving about the strides Manuel has made this year.

6'2"200Minnesota
#7Daniel SmithWR
South Bend, INSouth Bend Clay

Tall pass catching target who is staying home to play for the Irish.

6'4"205Notre Dame
#8Joe GilliamLB
Indianapolis, INSouthport

Ideal frame for an outside linebacker. Tackles well in the open field.

6'3"205Purdue
#9Charles TorwudzoWR
Brownsburg, INBrownsburg

Tall but very raw receiver prospect who could develop into a great one at Purdue.

6'5"195Purdue
#10Ryan IsaacDE
Michigan City, INMichigan City

Flew under the radar before committing to Purdue in June.

6'4"255Purdue
#11Logan YoungWR
Muncie, INDelta

Hoosiers may have the best sleeper prospect in the state in Young. Tall target that can go up and get football.

6'5"190Indiana
#12Camaron BeardDE
Indianapolis, INCathedral

A tall defensive lineman that could grow into a physical force.

6'6"235Cincinnati
#13Anthony McClungWR
Indianapolis, INPike

Some area coaches say McClung may be better than teammate Dyjuan Lewis.

6'0"165Cincinnati
#14Elijah JonesDT
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Won defensive line MVP at Champaign (Ill.) NIKE camp.

6'1"285Toledo
#15Jerry BoydDB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Hard hitting safety a part of stellar defensive backfield at Warren Central.

6'1"191list
#16Kofi HughesATH
Indianapolis, INCathedral

WIth more experience can develop into a very good quarterback, but athletic enough to play other positions.

6'2"200Indiana
#17Jeff GarrettDB
Indianapolis, INBen Davis

36 inch vertical leap makes up for 5'9" height.

5'9"170Ball St.
#18Jack DentonLB
Zionsville, INZionsville

A tough linebacker who could also be a very good fullback prospect.

6'2"235Indiana
#19Phil DudleyRB
Indianapolis, INBen Davis

Very quick offensive weapon that can catch the ball out of the backfield.

5'10"175Ball St.
#20Trevor SalesOL
La Porte, INLa Porte

A pure sleeper and a mean OL that can put DL's or LB's into the ground.

6'2"285Delaware St.

Rivals.com Indiana Postseason Top 20 2010

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