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2010 Prospect Ranking Arizona PostseasonTop 20 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Marquis FlowersATH
Goodyear, AZMillennium

Could project at a number of positions, either on offense or on defense. Excels on both sides in high school, putting up big numbers at running back and safety.

4 stars6'3"210Arizona
#2Nick RowlandOL
Peoria, AZCentennial

A first-team all-state selection as a junior.

4 stars6'5"300Oregon
#3Kody InnesOL
Scottsdale, AZSaguaro

Technically sound lineman who will need to add weight but has the frame to do so.

4 stars6'5"280UCLA
#4Josh FultonTE
Phoenix, AZSt. Mary's

Has great quickness and burst at the line of scrimmage and has upside as a route runner.

4 stars6'4"235Arizona St.
#5Devon CarringtonDB
Chandler, AZHamilton

Has some of the best instincts at the safety position of any player in the nation.

3 stars6'0"184Stanford
#6Taylor WalstadRB
Chandler, AZChandler

Was Arizona State's first commitment for the class of 2010.

3 stars5'10"206Arizona St.
#7Keanu NelsonATH
Tucson, AZSabino

Has bounced back from a minor knee injury that required surgery in June.

3 stars5'11"160Stanford
#8DeAndre LittleLB
Sierra Vista, AZBuena

Flew up the rankings with a solid summer that saw him post incredible testing results.

3 stars6'1"231UTEP
#9Jourdon GrandonDB
Avondale, AZWestview

Once his body fills into his frame and matches his speed, he could develop into one of the best prospects in the state.

3 stars6'1"185Arizona
#10Ramon AbreuATH
Tempe, AZMarcos De Niza

A multi-sport star that has high intangible value, particularly impressive football instincts.

3 stars5'10"170Arizona St.
#11Cy MaughmerDT
Glendale, AZGlendale C.C.

Could play defensive tackle or an interior offensive line position.

3 stars6'1"281East. Michigan
#12Josh RobbinsDB
Oro Valley, AZCanyon Del Oro

Good athlete who could play safety or receiver in college. Father played in college at Arizona.

3 stars6'3"185Arizona
#13Kevin SpainQB
Phoenix, AZParadise Valley

Spain was named honorable mention all region in 2008 after throwing for 1,278 yards and 12 touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"190Hawaii
#14Jordan McDonaldDE
Scottsdale, AZSaguaro

McDonald chose Arizona State over reported offers from Colorado, Fresno State, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State and Northern Arizona.

3 stars6'4"225Arizona St.
#15Kyle BensonLB
Tempe, AZCorona Del Sol

Could play either on the inside or on the outside. Covers ground well laterally.

3 stars6'2"212Arizona
#16Dylan LuskOL
Peoria, AZCentennial

Two-way prospect who is probably best suited as an interior offensive lineman.

3 stars6'2"289N. Mex. St.
#17Adam DixonDB
Laveen, AZCesar Chavez

One of the fastest players in Arizona.

3 stars5'10"180list
#18Dwayne GarrettATH
Scottsdale, AZChaparral

Good athlete who has the ability to play running back, wide receiver or safety.

3 stars6'0"180S. Diego St.
#19Sean CraigTE
Tucson, AZSalpointe

Solid tight end prospect that performed well at several combines in spring.

3 stars6'3"225Air Force
#20Blair TushausOL
Scottsdale, AZNotre Dame Prep

High football IQ, uses his hands extremely well, impressive body type. Plays with good pad level. Injured as a senior.

3 stars6'3"273BYU