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2010 Prospect Ranking Minnesota Postseason Top 10 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Seantrel HendersonOL
Saint Paul, MNCretin-Derham Hall

Nation's top offensive lineman. Amazing blend of size and athleticism.

5 stars6'8"301Miami (FL)
#2Jimmy GjereOL
New Brighton, MNIrondale

Also plays hockey. Big-time upside as an offensive tackle.

4 stars6'7"275Minnesota
#3Lamonte EdwardsATH
Woodbury, MNWoodbury

Bigger athlete that can really move.

4 stars6'2"215Minnesota
#4A.J. TarpleyLB
Plymouth, MNWayzata

Attacking linebacker, leader of awesome Wayzata defense.

3 stars6'1"215Stanford
#5Beau AllenDT
Minnetonka, MNMinnetonka

Looking for toughness on the defensive line? Allen is your guy.

3 stars6'2"300Wisconsin
#6Tobi OkuyemiDE
Plymouth, MNWayzata

Has recorded 32 TFLs over last two seasons.

3 stars6'3"250Nebraska
#7Mark AltQB
Saint Paul, MNCretin-Derham Hall

A hockey star that could compete with best quarterbacks in the midwest.

2 stars6'4"185list
#8Billy TurnerOL
Arden Hills, MNMounds View

Adds to Minnesota's strong showing at offensive tackle.

2 stars6'5"270N. Dak. St.
#9Evan WilliamsRB
Council Bluffs, IAIowa Western C.C.

Ran for about 1,800 yards and 27 touchdowns as a junior.

2 stars6'0"190Wyoming
#10Sean MarbenOL
Eagan, MNEastview

Good punch off the line of scrimmage, should be a versatile lineman.

2 stars6'5"275Navy