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Rivals.com Kansas Postseason Top 15 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Justin McCayATH
Shawnee, KSBishop Miege

You know you’re talented when you’re being recruited at a high level in both football and basketball, and that’s the story with Justin McCay.

6'3"197Oklahoma
#2Blake BellQB
Wichita, KSBishop Carroll

Was an Under Armour All-American.

6'6"210Oklahoma
#3Geneo GrissomDE
Hutchinson, KSHutchinson

Grissom helped lead Hutchinson to their fifth consecutive state title in 2008. He committed early to the Jayhawks.

6'4"230Oklahoma
#4DeMarcus RobinsonRB
Wichita, KSNorthwest

Robinson has rushed for more than 3,000 yards in the last two seasons and chose the Wildcats over offers from Kansas, Missouri, BYU and Louisville.

5'9"192Kansas St.
#5Joseph RandleATH
Wichita, KSWichita Southeast

Randle had more than 1,000 all-purpose yards and 15 scores as a junior.

6'0"180Oklahoma St.
#6Lucas VincentDT
Olathe, KSNorth

Vincent, a Missouri commitment, was an all-state selection as a junior after leading his team to an 8-3 record.

6'3"267Missouri
#7Chaquil ReedDE
Wichita, KSWichita East

Reed has the talent to be heavily recruited, but some are going to monitor his progress off the field academically before offering.

6'3"240
#8Devin HedgepethDB
Derby, KSDerby

Hedgepeth is coached by former K-State wide receiver Brandon Clark who says Hedgepeth reminds him of former K-State All-American Terence Newman when he first arrived in Manhattan.

6'0"187Oklahoma St.
#9Tre WalkerLB
Olathe, KSNorth

Walker, a Kansas State pledge, helped lead the Olathe North Eagles to a state championship as a senior.

6'4"208Kansas St.
#10Laton DowlingDE
Dodge City, KSDodge City

Plays linebacker in high school, but will likely project at defensive end. Reminds people of former Kansas State defensive end Nyle Wiren.

6'4"225Kansas St.
#11Pat LewandowskiDE
Overland Park, KSBlue Valley West

Missed junior season with an injury, but has blossomed as a senior to become one of Kansas City's best.

6'6"248Kansas
#12Josh SmithRB
Hutchinson, KSHutchinson

A throw-back fullback that can block and run. Could also play linebacker or safety, too.

5'10"215list
#13Travis TuilomaDT
Topeka, KSWashburn Rural

An early commitment to BYU.

6'3"290BYU
#14Curry SextonATH
Abilene, KSAbilene

Accepted a greyshirt offer from Kansas State.

6'0"190Kansas St.
#15Deveon DinwiddieRB
Hutchinson, KSHutchinson

Helped team win another state championship this season. Will likely have to go junior-college route out of high school.

5'9"175Kansas St.

Rivals.com Kansas Postseason Top 15 2010

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