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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Dorial Green-BeckhamWR
Springfield, MOHillcrest

Green-Beckham became the all-time national career receiving leader after catching 119 passes for 2,233 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars6'6"220Missouri
#2D.J. HumphriesOL
Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

A U.S. Army All-American, Humphries anchored an offensive line for a team that averaged 47 points per game in his senior season and finished 13-1.

5 stars6'5"265Florida
#3Mario EdwardsDT
Denton, TXRyan

Edwards tallied 72 tackles, 32 tackles for loss and 11 sacks on his way to earning all-state honors as a senior.

5 stars6'4"275Florida St.
#4Shaq ThompsonDB
Sacramento, CAGrant

Thompson rushed for 1,068 yards and 15 touchdowns and also threw eight touchdown passes this season.

5 stars6'2"210Washington
#5Johnathan GrayRB
Aledo, TXAledo

Gray became the all-time national career scoring leader after rushing for 3,891 yards and 65 touchdowns in 2011.

5 stars5'11"190Texas
#6Jonathan BullardDE
Shelby, NCCrest

Bullard, who competed in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, had 16 sacks for his state runner-up squad.

5 stars6'4"255Florida
#7Eddie GoldmanDT
Washington, DCFriendship Collegiate Academy

Goldman finished his senior season with 40 solo tackles, 16 tackles for a loss and 10 sacks.

5 stars6'4"307Florida St.
#8Stefon DiggsWR
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Diggs finished with 1,443 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns, while adding 32 tackles and four interceptions on defense.

5 stars6'0"185Maryland
#9Noah SpenceDE
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Spence finished his senior season with 108 tackles, 28 tackles for a loss and 13 sacks.

5 stars6'4"245Ohio St.
#10Jameis WinstonQB
Hueytown, ALHueytown

Winston accounted for nearly 3,000 yards of offense in 2011 and was a star in the Under Armour Game, going 8 of 9 for 178 yards and two touchdowns.

5 stars6'4"200Florida St.
#11Darius HamiltonDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Hamilton finished his senior season with 72 tackles and 21 sacks while pushing Don Bosco Prep to the No. 2 spot in the final national rankings.

5 stars6'4"245Rutgers
#12T.J. YeldonRB
Daphne, ALDaphne

Yeldon rushed for 2,193 yards and 32 touchdowns in 12 games and was MVP of the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.

5 stars6'2"205Alabama
#13Tracy HowardDB
Miramar, FLMiramar

Howard, a U.S. Army All-American, finished the season with 10 interceptions despite rarely being thrown at.

5 stars5'11"175Miami (FL)
#14Ondre PipkinsDT
Kansas City, MOPark Hill

Pipkins tallied two tackles and a forced fumble in the Army Bowl after being dominant all week in practice.

5 stars6'3"325Michigan
#15Trey WilliamsRB
Spring, TXDekaney

Williams had the third-highest single-season rushing total in Texas, running for 3,890 yards and 48 touchdowns in leading his team to a state title.

5 stars5'8"175Texas A&M
#16Zach BannerOL
Lakewood, WALakes

Banner started all week at left tackle at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'9"310USC
#17Landon CollinsDB
Geismar, LADutchtown

Collins racked up four solo tackles and picked off a pass which he returned for 28 yards in the Under Armour game.

5 stars5'11"199Alabama
#18Nelson AgholorWR
Tampa, FLBerkeley Prep

Agholor, who was used mostly as a running back, finished his senior season with 207 rushes for 1,986 yards and 28 touchdowns on the ground.

5 stars6'2"180USC
#19Kyle MurphyOL
San Clemente, CASan Clemente

Murphy, who helped lead his team to an 11-1 season, was one of the top offensive tackles at the Army Bowl.

5 stars6'7"275Stanford
#20Gunner KielQB
Columbus, INEast

Kiel finished his high school career by throwing for 2,523 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars6'4"220Notre Dame
#21Ellis McCarthyDT
Monrovia, CAMonrovia

McCarthy proved at the Army Bowl that he can play either defensive end or defensive tackle.

5 stars6'5"311UCLA
#22Kyle KalisOL
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Kalis started at right guard in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in January.

5 stars6'5"302Michigan
#23John TheusOL
Jacksonville, FLBolles

Theus, a U.S. Army All-American, helped to lead Bolles to a state championship. He also was the lead blocking for a pair of 1,000 yard rushers.

5 stars6'6"292Georgia
#24Eddie WilliamsATH
Panama City, FLArnold

Williams is a versatile prospect who could play on either side of the ball. He expects to begin his college career at wide receiver.

5 stars6'4"204Alabama
#25Adolphus WashingtonDE
Cincinnati, OHTaft

Washington tallied 1.5 sacks in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and totaled 25 in his senior season.

5 stars6'4"230Ohio St.
#26Malcom BrownDT
Brenham, TXBrenham

Brown finished with four tackles, including one for loss, and was constantly in the backfield during the Under Armour game.

5 stars6'2"280Texas
#27Aziz ShittuDE
Atwater, CABuhach

Shittu finished his senior season with 89 tackles and eight sacks.

5 stars6'3"275Stanford
#28Dante Fowler Jr.DE
St. Petersburg, FLLakewood

Fowler Jr. had an up-and-down senior season but finished with a great week at Under Armour. He had a sack and two quarterback hurries in the all-star game.

5 stars6'3"232Florida
#29Jordan SimmonsOL
Encino, CACrespi

Simmons, who was moved to offensive guard, was injured for most of the week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'5"333USC
#30Randy JohnsonRB
Miami, FLMiami Norland

Johnson helped lead his team to a state championship. He finished with 2,087 rushing yards on 208 carries and scored 29 touchdowns on the season.

5 stars5'9"180Miami (FL)
#31Josh Harvey-ClemonsATH
Valdosta, GALowndes

Harvey-Clemons, an Army All-American, led his team with 105 total tackles, recorded three picks in 12 games.

5 stars6'5"208Georgia
#32Andrus PeatOL
Tempe, AZCorona Del Sol

Showing off his athletic ability, Peat is also a standout along the defensive line.

5 stars6'7"305Stanford
#33Joshua GarnettOL
Puyallup, WAPuyallup

Garnett saw time on both sides of the line during his senior season, and helped Puyallup to a 6-4 season.

4 stars6'5"295Stanford
#34Thomas JohnsonWR
Dallas, TXSkyline

Despite missing games to injury Johnson caught 59 passes for 1,077 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'0"180Texas A&M
#35Cyler MilesQB
Denver, COMullen

Miles had 1,354 passing yards and 14 touchdowns in his senior season and earned co-MVP honors at Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"220Washington
#36Chris CasherDE
Mobile, ALDavidson

Casher did not play as a senior because of Alabama transfer rules, but competed in the Under Armour All-America Game and recorded one tackle for loss.

4 stars6'4"225Florida St.
#37Devin FullerATH
Old Tappan, NJOld Tappan

Fuller finished his high school career with 10,000 of total offense and 118 touchdowns.

4 stars6'0"185UCLA
#38Mario PenderRB
Cape Coral, FLIsland Coast

Pender rushed for 1252 yards and 14 touchdowns on 106 carries as a senior.

4 stars6'0"185Florida St.
#39Kendall SandersATH
Athens, TXAthens

Sanders was named the MVP of the West squad at the Army Bowl after recording two interceptions from his cornerback spot.

4 stars6'1"175Texas
#40Jabari RuffinLB
Downey, CADowney

Ruffin had 99 tackles and also caught five touchdown passes this season.

4 stars6'4"230USC
#41Cayleb JonesWR
Austin, TXAustin

Jones caught 75 passes for 1,042 yards and nine scores as a senior.

4 stars6'3"198Texas
#42Todd GurleyRB
Tarboro, NCTarboro

Gurley rushed for over 2,500 yards and 38 touchdowns in 15 games, and had 119 yards in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

4 stars6'1"195Georgia
#43Reggie RaglandLB
Madison, ALBob Jones

Ragland recorded five tackles, including two for loss, in the Under Armour All-America Game.

4 stars6'4"245Alabama
#44Zach KlineQB
Danville, CASan Ramon Valley

Kline finished with 3,630 passing yards with 36 touchdowns and seven interceptions in his senior season.

4 stars6'2"210California
#45Amari CooperWR
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Cooper had 36 receptions for 722 yards and six touchdowns as a senior. He was also a standout at the Under Armour All-America Game with two touchdowns.

4 stars6'1"175Alabama
#46Max TuerkOL
Santa Margarita, CASanta Margarita Catholic

Tuerk helped lead his team to a 13-2 record and state bowl championship this season.

4 stars6'6"294USC
#47Ukeme EligweLB
Stone Mountain, GAStone Mountain

Eligwe recorded 85 total tackles with 13 tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries in 10 games.

4 stars6'3"210Florida St.
#48Keith MarshallRB
Raleigh, NCMillbrook

An Under Armour All-American, Marshall rushed for 1,891 yards and 25 touchdowns in 12 games.

4 stars5'11"190Georgia
#49Deontay GreenberryWR
Fresno, CAWashington Union

Greenberry had 105 receptions for 2,108 yards and 32 touchdowns and led his team to a 14-0 season.

4 stars6'3"187Houston
#50Eli HaroldDE
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

Harold finished with 78 tackles, 16 sacks and 28 tackles during his senior season.

4 stars6'4"215Virginia
#51Channing WardDE
Aberdeen, MSAberdeen

Ward registered two sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss in the Under Armour All-America Game.

4 stars6'4"250Mississippi
#52Isaac SeumaloOL
Corvallis, ORCorvallis

A two-way standout, Seumalo finished with 54 tackles and nine sacks on defense.

4 stars6'3"280Oregon St.
#53Leonard WilliamsDE
Daytona Beach, FLMainland

Williams had 103 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss, and 10.5 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'5"254USC
#54Kent TaylorTE
Land O'Lakes, FLLand O' Lakes

Taylor had 30 receptions for 480 yards and five touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'5"220Florida
#55Rushel ShellRB
Aliquippa, PAHopewell

Shell finished his high school career with 9,078 career rushing yards, a new Pennsylvania record.

4 stars6'0"210Pittsburgh
#56Jordan JenkinsDE
Hamilton, GAHarris County

Jenkins produced 11 sacks in 10 games, and had two sacks in the Under Armour All-America Game.

4 stars6'3"245Georgia
#57Alex CarterDB
Ashburn, VABriar Woods

Carter, who is a threat on offense, defense or special teams, was named his district’s defensive player of the year this fall.

4 stars6'0"193Stanford
#58Chris BlackWR
Jacksonville, FLFirst Coast

Black finished his senior season with 985 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"170Alabama
#59Tanner MangumQB
Eagle, IDEagle

Magnum threw for 1,944 yards with 21 touchdowns and five interceptions this season.

4 stars6'3"195BYU
#60Travis BlanksDB
Tallahassee, FLNorth Florida Christian

Blanks recorded three interceptions as a senior. He anchored a state championship defense.

4 stars6'1"195Clemson
#61Arik ArmsteadDE
Elk Grove, CAPleasant Grove

Armstead had 42 tackles and 3.5 sacks on defense this season and is also a standout offensive tackle.

4 stars6'8"280Oregon
#62Durron NealWR
St. Louis, MODeSmet

Neal scored 15 touchdowns receiving and 11 touchdowns rushing as a senior.

4 stars6'1"195Oklahoma
#63Mike DavisRB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

Davis rushed for 1,928 yards and 21 touchdowns on 213 carries in 11games and was an Army All-American.

4 stars5'10"200South Carolina
#64Tommy SchuttDT
Glen Ellyn, ILGlenbard West

Schutt finished up his high school career with 19 tackles for loss and 14 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'2"301Ohio St.
#65Javonte MageeDE
San Antonio, TXSam Houston

Magee had a big fumble recovery for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'5"262Baylor
#66Shaq RolandWR
Lexington, SCLexington

Roland had 79 receptions for 1,546 yards, 306 rushing yards and 33 total touchdowns in 12 games, and scored a touchdown in the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'1"170South Carolina
#67Kennedy EstelleOL
Pearland, TXDawson

Estelle helped Dawson average 450 yards per game this season.

4 stars6'7"300Texas
#68Ronald DarbyDB
Oxon Hill, MDPotomac

Aside from being a lockdown cornerback this fall, Darby also chipped in with 383 yards and five touchdowns on the ground.

4 stars5'11"172Florida St.
#69DeVante HarrisDB
Mesquite, TXHorn

Harris was the leading tackler in the Under Armour game with seven solo stops.

4 stars5'11"160Texas A&M
#70Marcus MayeDB
Melbourne, FLHoly Trinity

Maye missed three games as a senior but carried 45 times for 548 yards and nine touchdowns and made 36 tackles and intercepted three passes.

4 stars6'1"195Florida
#71D.J. FosterATH
Scottsdale, AZSaguaro

Foster finished with 3,058 rushing yards and 54 touchdowns in his senior season.

4 stars5'11"190Arizona St.
#72Jonathan TaylorDT
Millen, GAJenkins County

Taylor, an Under Armour All-American, had 12 sacks, forced four fumbles and blocked three field goals in 10 games.

4 stars6'4"315Georgia
#73Vince BiegelLB
Wisconsin Rapids, WIWisconsin Rapids Lincoln

Biegel was dominant as a senior, recording 175 tackles, 17 sacks and two interceptions from his linebacker position.

4 stars6'3"210Wisconsin
#74Avery YoungOL
Palm Beach Gardens, FLPalm Beach Gardens

Young was a key blocker in a Gardens offense that averages nearly 300 rushing yards per game.

4 stars6'6"273Auburn
#75Germone HopperWR
Charlotte, NCPhillip O Berry Acad Of Tech

Hopper competed in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and blocked a kick and had a long kickoff return in the Carolinas Shrine Bowl.

4 stars6'0"165Clemson
#76Tee ShepardDB
Fresno, CAWashington Union

Shepard had two interceptions in the Cal State Game and shined in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'1"180Notre Dame
#77Noor DavisLB
Leesburg, FLLeesburg

Davis missed three games as a senior due to injury, but still amassed double-digit tackles for loss.

4 stars6'4"233Stanford
#78Erik MagnusonOL
Carlsbad, CALa Costa Canyon

Magnuson played tackle and guard at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'6"275Michigan
#79Cyrus JonesATH
Baltimore, MDGilman School

Jones helped Gilman to a conference championship after totaling more than 1,400 yards from scrimmage and 20 touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"183Alabama
#80Brian PooleDB
Bradenton, FLSoutheast

Poole handled quarterback duties and running back duties in addition to defensive back as a senior.

4 stars5'11"187Florida
#81Bryce TreggsWR
Bellflower, CASt. John Bosco

Treggs finished with 65 catches for 1,300 yards and 11 touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"171California
#82Kevon SeymourDB
Pasadena, CAMuir

Seymour was one of the top two cornerbacks on the West squad at the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'0"180USC
#83Deon BushDB
Miami, FLColumbus

Bush, a U.S. Army All-American, had 57 tackles and 11 pass breakups as a senior.

4 stars6'1"185Miami (FL)
#84Joel CalebATH
Midlothian, VAClover Hill

Only playing seven games because of a knee injury, Caleb still finished with 747 yards passing and 737 yards rushing this fall.

4 stars6'2"201Virginia Tech
#85Yuri WrightDB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Wright was one of Don Bosco Prep’s top defensive weapons during their run to a No. 2 national ranking.

4 stars6'2"180Colorado
#86LaDarrell McNeilDB
Dallas, TXWilmer-Hutchins

McNeil racked up 124 tackles in only nine games as a senior.

4 stars6'1"190Tennessee
#87Gabriel MarksWR
Los Angeles, CAVenice

Marks was arguably the top wide receiver at the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'0"175Washington St.
#88Geno SmithDB
Atlanta, GASt Pius X School

Smith, an Army All-American, recorded 80-plus tackles and three interceptions to go along with more than 800 rushing yards in 13 games.

4 stars5'11"180Alabama
#89Nick DawsonLB
Charlotte, NCPhillip O Berry Acad Of Tech

Dawson had 126 tackles, 12 sacks, eight forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries in 11games and impressed at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'3"228Louisville
#90JaQuay WilliamsWR
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Williams finished his senior season with nearly 1,000 receiving yards, averaged over 20 yards per reception and competed in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'3"204Auburn
#91Kwontie MooreLB
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Moore, who scored a touchdown in the U.S Army All-American Bowl, helped lead his team to a state title game in Virginia.

4 stars6'2"243Virginia
#92Tyriq McCordDE
Tampa, FLJefferson

McCord, a U.S. Army All-American, finished his senior season with 59 tackles and 11.5 sacks, as well as three forced fumbles and one interception.

4 stars6'3"222Miami (FL)
#93Jordan PaytonWR
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Payton finished with 61 catches for 769 yards and 10 touchdowns in his senior season.

4 stars6'2"199UCLA
#94Raphael KirbyLB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

Kirby finished his11-game senior season with 121 total tackles, 18.5 sacks and 23 tackles for loss, and played in the Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'0"208Miami (FL)
#95Se'von PittmanDE
Canton, OHMcKinley

Pittman had three tackles and a quarterback hurry in the Offense-Defense Bowl in December.

4 stars6'5"245Ohio St.
#96Curtis RiserOL
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Riser helped a nationally-ranked DeSoto team average 456 yards of offense per game.

4 stars6'3"283Texas
#97Alex BalducciDE
Portland, ORCentral Catholic

Balducci finished with 68 tackles and seven sacks in his senior season.

4 stars6'4"262Oregon
#98Ryan AndersonLB
Daphne, ALDaphne

Had two tackles for loss in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic and recorded 12.5 sack as a senior.

4 stars6'3"250Alabama
#99Ifeadi OdenigboDE
Centerville, OHCenterville

Odenigbo recorded two sacks in the Under Armour All-America Game.

4 stars6'4"210Northwestern
#100Chris MullerOL
Boyertown, PABoyertown Area Senior

After leading his team to a 6-6 season during the fall, Muller saw extensive time at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'6"287Rutgers
#101J.C. ColemanRB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Despite missing three games due to an injury, Coleman still rushed for 1,970 yards and 25 touchdowns.

4 stars5'7"169Virginia Tech
#102Joey O'ConnorOL
Windsor, COWindsor

O’Connor has helped team rush for more than 290 yards per game.

4 stars6'4"295Ohio St.
#103Aaron BurbridgeWR
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

Burbridge finished 2011 with 32 receptions for 753 yards and six touchdowns.

4 stars6'1"175Michigan St.
#104Carlos WatkinsDT
Forest City, NCChase

Watkins competed in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and recorded four tackles for loss in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

4 stars6'4"275Clemson
#105Dillon LeeLB
Buford, GABuford

Lee was selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and led a defense that allowed only 7.3 points per game.

4 stars6'4"220Alabama
#106Jelani HamiltonDE
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Hamilton's senior season was cut short by a knee injury that required surgery.

4 stars6'5"250Miami (FL)
#107Davonte NealWR
Scottsdale, AZChaparral

Neal had 62 catches for 1,113 yards and 14 touchdowns and also rushed for 1,317 yards and 16 scores for 14-1 team.

4 stars5'10"175Notre Dame
#108Jessamen DunkerOL
Boynton Beach, FLBoynton Beach

Dunker is an athletic offensive lineman who has the size to play offensive tackle but the skillset to be an offensive guard.

4 stars6'6"315Florida
#109Chad VoytikQB
Cleveland, TNCleveland

Voytik, a starter in the Army All-American Bowl, had 5,000-plus career yards, and more than 2,000 as a senior.

4 stars6'1"183Pittsburgh
#110Amos LeggettDB
Miami, FLSouth Miami

Leggett led South Miami to the second round of the playoffs. He handled quarterback duties in addition to playing defensive back as a senior.

4 stars6'0"175Marshall
#111Joe BoldenLB
Cincinnati, OHColerain

Was the second leading tackler on his team in the Under Armour All-America Game with seven stops, including one for loss.

4 stars6'2"225Michigan
#112Bralon AddisonWR
Missouri City, TXHightower

Addison passed for 2,158 yards and 22 touchdowns and rushed for another 1,625 yards and 20 scores as a senior.

4 stars5'10"182Oregon
#113Elijah ShumateDB
East Orange, NJDon Bosco Prep

Shumate was able to showcase some of his versatility this season by also getting time at running back.

4 stars6'1"205Notre Dame
#114Byron MarshallRB
San Jose, CAValley Christian

Marshall helped his team average more than 300 rushing yards per game.

4 stars5'10"195Oregon
#115Camrhon HughesOL
Harker Heights, TXHarker Heights

Hughes was a standout on the offensive line in the Semper Fidelis Bowl.

4 stars6'6"269Texas
#116Angelo Jean-LouisATH
Wellington, FLPalm Beach Central

Jean-Louis had just 16 receptions for 316 yards and three touchdowns as a senior in a run-based offense. He has the versatility to play on either side of the ball.

4 stars6'0"185Miami (FL)
#117Ishmael AdamsDB
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Adams had an interception in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and rushed for 717 yards and nine touchdowns.

4 stars5'10"185UCLA
#118P.J. WilliamsDB
Ocala, FLVanguard

Williams is a versatile defensive back that can play cornerback or safety. Vanguard also used him on offense.

4 stars6'1"175Florida St.
#119Matt DavisQB
Houston, TXKlein Forest

Coming off an ACL tear as a junior Davis passed for 1,483 yards and ran for another 931 as a senior.

4 stars6'2"202Texas A&M
#120Dante PhillipsDT
Venice, FLVenice

Phillips, an U.S. Army All-American, is a long, lanky athlete who could play on either side of the line.

4 stars6'6"268Tennessee
#121Hassan RidgewayDE
Mansfield, TXMansfield

Ridgeway had a big sack for a 13-yard loss in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"250Texas
#122Denzel DevallLB
Bastrop, LABastrop

Devall recorded 73 tackles and two sacks as a senior after moving to inside linebacker from defensive end.

4 stars6'2"236Alabama
#123Ricky ParksTE
Hogansville, GACallaway

Parks accounted for more than 750 yards of offense while playing quarterback as a senior.

4 stars6'3"230Auburn
#124KeiVarae RussellATH
Everett, WAMariner

Russell shined at wide receiver in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and can also play running back.

4 stars6'0"170Notre Dame
#125Torshiro DavisLB
Shreveport, LAWoodlawn

Davis recorded two tackles and a quarterback hurry from his linebacker spot in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'3"222Texas
#126Otha PetersLB
Covington, LACovington

Peters earned Defensive MVP honors at the Offense-Defense Bowl after finishing with a game-high nine tackles.

4 stars6'1"221Arkansas
#127Peter JinkensLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Jinkens recorded two tackles in the Under Armour game.

4 stars6'1"208Texas
#128Scott StarrLB
Norco, CANorco

Starr finished with 81 tackles and five sacks in his senior season.

4 stars6'3"225USC
#129Orlando ThomasATH
Copperas Cove, TXCopperas Cove

Thomas recorded two tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery while playing cornerback in the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars5'11"175Texas
#130Drae BowlesWR
Jackson, TNJackson Christian

Bowles recorded 31 receptions for 519 yards and five scores in 2011, and had two catches for 34 yards in the Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'1"198Tennessee
#131Sterling ShepardWR
Oklahoma City, OKHeritage Hall

Shepard tallied three receptions for 29 yards in the Under Armour game.

4 stars5'10"175Oklahoma
#132Mike MatthewsOL
Missouri City, TXElkins

Matthews proved to be an elite center prospect during the Army Bowl week.

4 stars6'3"260Texas A&M
#133Keith BrownLB
Miami, FLMiami Norland

Brown had 115 tackles, five sacks and returned an interception for a touchdown for Norland who won a state championship.

4 stars6'1"225Louisville
#134Barry SandersRB
Oklahoma City, OKHeritage Hall

Sanders ran for a 10-yard touchdown during the Army Bowl.

4 stars5'11"190Stanford
#135Justin ShanksDT
Prattville, ALPrattville

Shanks had 5.5 sacks for state championship squad and was a U.S. Army All-American.

4 stars6'3"306Florida St.
#136Jovon RobinsonRB
Memphis, TNWooddale

Robinson had 133 carries for 1,249 yards and 14 total touchdowns, playing running back, quarterback and wide receiver in 2011.

4 stars6'0"215Auburn
#137John Michael McGeeOL
Texarkana, TXTexas

McGee played guard all week for the West squad at the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"260Oklahoma
#138Bri'onte DunnRB
Canton, OHGlenoak

Dunn finished his career with 5,479 rushing yards after accumulating 1,749 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"215Ohio St.
#139D'Vario MontgomeryWR
Winter Park, FLWinter Park

Montgomery had 43 receptions for 500 yards and five touchdowns as a senior. He was also a standout at safety.

4 stars6'3"215South Florida
#140Donaldven ManningDB
Miami, FLMiami Central

Manning is an athletic defensive back who had a great showing at the Semper Fidelis All-American Game.

4 stars5'9"163Virginia Tech
#141Eugene LewisWR
Plymouth, PAWyoming Valley

Playing quarterback, Lewis finished with over 1,000 yards passing and receiving for the second straight season this fall.

4 stars6'2"181Penn St.
#142Jaydon MickensATH
Los Angeles, CADorsey

Mickens had a touchdown catch and was named the MVP of the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

4 stars5'8"170Washington
#143Brandon BeaverDB
Compton, CADominguez

Beaver looked good at the Cal State Game and in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'1"176Washington
#144Alex RossRB
Jenks, OKJenks

Despite missing most of the season to injury Ross rushed for 652 yards and 10 touchdowns on only 72 carries.

4 stars6'1"205Oklahoma
#145Pio VatuveiDE
Patterson, CAPatterson

Vatuvei helped lead defense that gave up only 192 points in 11 games this season.

4 stars6'2"265Washington
#146Josh PerryLB
Galena, OHOlentangy

Perry had three tackles and forced a fumble in the Offense-Defense Bowl in December.

4 stars6'4"228Ohio St.
#147Paul ThurstonOL
Arvada, COArvada West

Thurston helped lead offense with a diverse running and passing attack.

4 stars6'5"274Nebraska
#148Evan BoehmOL
Lee's Summit, MOLee's Summit West

Boehm helped lead his team to a 12-2 record and an overtime loss in the state semifinals.

4 stars6'3"290Missouri
#149Dalvin TomlinsonDT
McDonough, GAHenry County

Tomlinson produced 8.5 sacks and three forced fumbles during senior season.

4 stars6'2"270Alabama
#150Chad KellyQB
Buffalo, NYSt. Joseph's

Kelly finished his senior season with 2,159 yards passing and 24 touchdowns, and added 1,057 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground.

4 stars6'3"208Clemson
#151Tyler HayesLB
Thomasville, ALThomasville

Hayes finished 2011 with 97 tackles, three sacks and one interception return for a touchdown; competed in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.

4 stars6'3"215Alabama
#152Cedric DozierATH
Lakewood, WALakes

Dozier helped offense that averaged almost 50 points per game.

4 stars5'11"175California
#153Dan VoltzOL
Barrington, ILBarrington

Voltz played through a leg injury to have a solid appearance at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'5"289Wisconsin
#154Pharaoh BrownTE
Lyndhurst, OHBrush

Brown had two catches for 70 yards in the Offense-Defense Bowl in December.

4 stars6'6"220Oregon
#155Colin BlakeDB
San Antonio, TXBrandeis

Blake helped Brandeis reach the second round of the playoffs in only his second year of playing organized football.

4 stars6'3"185Florida St.
#156Jalen Cope-FitzpatrickTE
Rocklin, CAWhitney

Cope-Fitzpatrick had 433 receiving yards and five touchdowns and thrived during Under Armour week.

4 stars6'5"250USC
#157Anthony AlfordQB
Petal, MSPetal

A U.S. Army All-American, Alford produced nearly 3,800 yards of total offense in 15 games.

4 stars6'1"205Southern Miss
#158Sean PriceTE
Citra, FLNorth Marion

Price caught 25 passes for 530 yards and five touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'4"232South Florida
#159David PerkinsATH
South Bend, INWashington

Perkins rushed for 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns while leading his team to state title game in 2011.

4 stars6'2"225Ohio St.
#160Brian KimbrowRB
Memphis, TNMemphis East

Kimbrow rushed for more than 3,600 yards combined his final two seasons, including 1,900 as a senior.

4 stars5'9"165Vanderbilt
#161Danny O'BrienDT
Flint, MIPowers Catholic

O’Brien led his team to the Division 5 state title as a senior, playing defensive end, offensive tackle and fullback.

4 stars6'2"293Tennessee
#162Deon ClarkeLB
Chesterfield, VALloyd C Bird

Clarke was named the Player of the Year in his district after his senior season.

4 stars6'2"205Virginia Tech
#163Ty DarlingtonOL
Apopka, FLApopka

Darlington, an U.S. Army All-American, is a talented interior offensive lineman who could play center or guard.

4 stars6'3"275Oklahoma
#164Dwayne StanfordWR
Cincinnati, OHTaft

Stanford recorded a 20-yard reception on January’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'5"185Oregon
#165Jake RodriguesQB
Rocklin, CAWhitney

Rodrigues finished with 2,042 passing yards with 26 touchdowns and also rushed for 15 scores in 2011.

4 stars6'3"210Oregon
#166Leonte CarrooWR
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Despite missing some time with an ankle injury, Carroo totaled 30 receptions for 443 yards and five touchdowns in his first seven games this fall.

4 stars6'1"205Rutgers
#167Camren WilliamsLB
West Roxbury, MACatholic Memorial

Williams older brother plays at North Carolina and his father was a defensive end for the New England Patriots.

4 stars6'2"215Ohio St.
#168Dwayne ThomasDB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

Thomas recorded a pair of solo tackles in the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'1"170LSU
#169Deontay McManusWR
Baltimore, MDDunbar

McManus finished his senior season with 40 receptions for 590 yards and four touchdowns, while adding 102 tackles on defense.

4 stars6'2"215West Virginia
#170Devonte FieldsDE
Arlington, TXMartin

Fields registered 73 tackles, 13 sacks and two interceptions in 2011.

4 stars6'4"240TCU
#171Dominique WheelerWR
Crockett, TXCrockett

Wheeler caught two passes for 29 yards in the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'1"176Texas Tech
#172James RossLB
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Ross made 151 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery as a senior.

4 stars6'0"209Michigan
#173Jaleel JohnsonDT
Lombard, ILMontini

Johnson recorded a sack in the Offense-Defense Bowl in Dallas.

4 stars6'2"277Iowa
#174Tyler MatthewsQB
McPherson, KSMcpherson

Matthews passed for 2,842 yards with 24 touchdowns and only five interceptions in 2011.

4 stars6'3"205TCU
#175Michael StartsDE
Waco, TXLa Vega

Starts lined up as both an offensive tackle and defensive end during the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'4"282Texas Tech
#176Ronnie StanleyOL
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Stanley leads offense that averages close to 500 yards of offense per game.

4 stars6'7"285Notre Dame
#177Leonard FloydDE
Eastman, GADodge County

Floyd was a four-year starter who recorded 10 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'4"215Georgia
#178Kyle DodsonOL
Cleveland, OHCleveland Heights

Dodson led his team to a 9-1 record as a senior.

4 stars6'6"315Ohio St.
#179Trevor KnightQB
San Antonio, TXRonald Reagan

Knight helped Reagan to the fourth round of the playoffs by throwing for 2,092 yards and 27 touchdowns with only three interceptions.

4 stars6'3"195Oklahoma
#180Joshua HolseyDB
Fairburn, GACreekside

Holsey had 57 tackles, five interceptions and six pass breakups in eight games in 2011 and was an Under Armour All-American.

4 stars5'9"171Auburn
#181Freddie TagaloaOL
Richmond, CASalesian

Tagaloa helped lead offense that averaged nearly 40 points per game as team finished 14-0.

4 stars6'8"300California
#182Ryan WardOL
New Lenox, ILProvidence Catholic

Ward played guard and tackle in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'6"270Iowa
#183Ricardo LouisWR
Miami Beach, FLMiami Beach

Louis, a multi-purpose athlete likely to settle at wide receiver, amassed nearly 1000 offensive yards on his senior season and scored 14 touchdowns.

4 stars6'2"190Auburn
#184Royce Jenkins-StoneLB
Detroit, MICass Tech

Jenkins-Stone recorded 98 tackles and rushed for rushed for close to 500 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"215Michigan
#185Kenyan DrakeRB
Powder Springs, GAHillgrove

Drake completed senior season with 1,610 yards rushing on 173 carries (10.2 yards per rush).

4 stars6'1"195Alabama
#186Malcolm LewisWR
Miramar, FLMiramar

Lewis is a talented wide receiver who helped lead Miramar to the state championship finals. He also played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

4 stars5'10"170Miami (FL)
#187Colin ThompsonTE
Warminster, PAArchbishop Wood Catholic

Thompson led his team to a 14-1 record and state title and had a catch in the Under Armour All American Game

4 stars6'5"255Florida
#188Wes BrownRB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Brown finished his senior season with 1,381 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns on 158 carries.

4 stars6'1"200Maryland
#189Taylor McNamaraTE
San Diego, CAWestview

McNamara helped team average almost 25 points per game.

4 stars6'5"235Oklahoma
#190Matt JonesRB
Seffner, FLArmwood

Jones had 123 rushes for 828 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. He also caught seven passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns.

4 stars6'3"225Florida
#191Michael MooreDE
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

Moore finished his senior season with 80 tackles and 20 sacks.

4 stars6'4"255Virginia
#192Greg McMullenDE
Akron, OHHoban

McMullen tallied 65 tackles and 12.5 sacks as a senior, earning League Defensive Player of the Year honors.

4 stars6'5"255Nebraska
#193Warren BallRB
Columbus, OHSt. Francis DeSales

Ball rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl.

4 stars6'2"200Ohio St.
#194Christo KourtzidisTE
Orange, CALutheran

Kourtzidis averaged more than 10 yards per catch his senior season.

4 stars6'4"230Florida St.
#195Jonathan WilliamsRB
Allen, TXAllen

Despite missing much of the year with injury Williams rushed for 1,169 yards and 12 touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"205Arkansas
#196Davante BourqueATH
Crowley, LACrowley

Though he could also play defense in college Bourque was one of the top rushers in Louisiana as a senior.

4 stars6'3"200Tennessee
#197William MahoneRB
Austintown, OHAustintown Fitch

Mahone missed part of his senior season with a high ankle sprain.

4 stars5'11"205Notre Dame
#198Darreus RogersWR
Carson, CACarson

Rogers finished with 1,347 yards and eight touchdowns last year.

4 stars6'2"194USC
#199Jarron JonesDT
Rochester, NYAquinas Institute

Jones was a huge part of Aquinas Institute’s 10-2 season and could project as a better OT in college.

4 stars6'7"308Notre Dame
#200Quay EvansDT
Morton, MSMorton

Evans recorded 72 tackles, 4.5 sacks and two fumble recoveries in 2011.

4 stars6'3"295Mississippi St.
#201Brandon FanaikaOL
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Fanaika was impressive at offensive guard during the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'2"293Stanford
#202Zac BrooksATH
Jonesboro, ARJonesboro Senior

Playing running back Brooks helped lead Jonesboro to a 9-4 record and the third round of the state playoffs.

4 stars6'2"180Clemson
#203Adam BisnowatyOL
Pittsburgh, PAFox Chapel Area

Having finished his high school football career, Bisnowaty is now showing off his athleticism on the wrestling mat.

4 stars6'6"275Pittsburgh
#204Antonio MorrisonLB
Bolingbrook, ILBolingbrook

Morrison recorded 101 tackles and eight sacks, leading his team to the state title game as a senior.

4 stars6'3"220Florida
#205Ereck FlowersOL
Miami, FLMiami Norland

Flowers was the lead-blocker for Randy Johnson on his 2,000 yard season. He helped to lead Norland to a state championship.

4 stars6'6"315Miami (FL)
#206Korren KirvenDT
Lynchburg, VABrookville

Kirven helped lead his team to a state championship in Virginia, despite missing the final because of an injury.

4 stars6'4"272Alabama
#207Graham ShulerOL
Brentwood, TNBrentwood Academy

Shuler had 30-plus pancake blocks and graded out over 92 percent for the season; was an Army All-American.

4 stars6'5"275Stanford
#208Jordan WatkinsDT
College Park, GAWoodward Academy

A two-way lineman, Watkins helped guide his school to the second round of the state playoffs.

4 stars6'5"265Stanford
#209Ken EkanemLB
Clifton, VACentreville

An injury cut his senior season short, but he still finished with approximately 16 sacks.

4 stars6'3"226Virginia Tech
#210Daje JohnsonATH
Pflugerville, TXHendrickson

Though he could also play corner in college Johnson rushed for 2,178 yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'10"185Texas
#211Devian SheltonDB
Inglewood, CAInglewood

Shelton shined in the Cal State Game and led a defense that held opponents to 18 points per game.

4 stars6'1"185USC
#212Shane CallahanOL
Parker, COChaparral

Callahan has helped offense that averages more than 33 points per game.

4 stars6'6"277Auburn
#213Edward PopeATH
Carthage, TXCarthage

Pope finished with a pair of tackles and a pass breakup from his safety spot at the Army Bowl.

4 stars6'3"170Texas A&M
#214Kyle KelleyDE
Irvine, CAWoodbridge

Kelley helped lead defense that allowed less than 20 points per outing in 2011.

4 stars6'3"230Arizona
#215Amara DarbohWR
West Des Moines, IADowling

Darboh caught 48 passes for 765 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior despite missing four games with injury.

4 stars6'2"190Michigan
#216Derrick WoodsWR
Inglewood, CAInglewood

Woods helped Inglewood offense average more than 22 points per game.

4 stars6'1"180Oklahoma
#217Trey EdmundsLB
Ringgold, VADan River

While he will likely play linebacker in college, Edmunds rushed for 2,596 yards and 34 touchdowns during his senior season.

4 stars6'2"205Virginia Tech
#218Latroy PittmanWR
Citra, FLNorth Marion

Pittman hauled in 25 passes for 481 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior. He can also play on the defensive side of the ball where he posted 38 tackles and picked off five passes playing free safety.

4 stars6'1"190Florida
#219Armani ReevesDB
West Roxbury, MACatholic Memorial

Leading his team to a 7-2 season this fall, Reeves was a major threat a defensive back, running back andwide receiver.

4 stars5'9"185Ohio St.
#220Jeremi PowellLB
Largo, FLPinellas Park

Powell finished his senior season with 19 sacks and more than 25 tackles for loss.

4 stars6'2"200Florida
#221Taylor DeckerOL
Vandalia, OHButler

Decker has ideal height and the footwork to play the all-important left tackle position in college.

4 stars6'8"313Ohio St.
#222Kenny LawlerWR
Upland, CAUpland

Lawler finished with 53 catches for 1,267 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.

4 stars6'3"175California
#223Quinshad DavisWR
Gaffney, SCGaffney

Davis had 108 receptions for 2,009 yards in 2011, and competed in both the Carolinas Shrine Bowl and Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'3"180N. Carolina
#224Terry RichardsonDB
Detroit, MICass Tech

Richardson played cornerback and was his team’s punt returner in the Under Armour All-America Game.

4 stars5'9"160Michigan
#225Patrick MillerOL
West Palm Beach, FLDwyer

Miller is a versatile offensive lineman that has only recently begun to work at the offensive tackle spot.

4 stars6'7"260Auburn
#226Darius PoweWR
Lakewood, CALakewood

Powe finished with 33 receptions for 516 yards and eight touchdowns this season and shined at the Under Armour game.

4 stars6'2"186California
#227Javon WilliamsWR
Chandler, AZChandler

Williams finished with 33 catches for 923 yards and seven touchdowns this season.

4 stars6'5"175UCLA
#228Cedrick PoutasiOL
Las Vegas, NVDesert Pines

Poutasi helped offense that averaged 27 points per game in 2011.

4 stars6'5"322Utah
#229Deion BonnerDB
Columbus, GACarver

Bonner intercepted two passes in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Classic.

4 stars5'11"185Tennessee
#230Jody FullerWR
Monroe, NCSun Valley

Fuller had 68 receptions for 824 yards and 11 touchdowns during senior campaign.

4 stars6'0"200South Carolina
#231Lamar LouisATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

Louis tallied two tackles and a quarterback hurry while playing linebacker at the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'0"220LSU
#232Corey ColemanWR
Richardson, TXPearce

Coleman caught 69 passes for 932 yards and 11 touchdowns while rushing for another 551 yards and 15 scores as a senior.

4 stars5'11"180Baylor
#233Justin ThomasATH
Prattville, ALPrattville

Playing quarterback, Thomas amassed more than 2,400 yards of offense while leading team to a state title.

4 stars5'11"175Georgia Tech
#234Vadal AlexanderOL
Buford, GABuford

Anchored offensive line for state runnerup; was Under Armour All-American.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#235Marvin BracyWR
Orlando, FLBoone

Bracy has elite speed that makes him dangerous as an offensive weapon as well as on special teams.

4 stars5'10"162Florida St.
#236Dennis NorfleetRB
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Norfleet led his team to the state semifinals by rushing for 2,033 yards and 27 touchdowns this fall.

4 stars5'7"170Michigan
#237Reginald DavisWR
Tenaha, TXTenaha

Davis accounted for 59 touchdowns on offense and 2 interceptions on defense in leading his team to a state championship.

4 stars6'1"185Texas Tech
#238Lacy WestbrookOL
Compton, CADominguez

Westbrook was instrumental in Dominguez’s offense that scored nearly 300 points this season.

4 stars6'5"300UCLA
#239Troy HindsDE
Kaysville, UTDavis

Hinds finished with 60 tackles and nine sacks in his senior season.

4 stars6'4"235BYU
#240Justin ThomasDB
Orange, TXWest Orange-Stark

Ruled ineligible to play as a senior due to age restrictions, Thomas is still one of the top cover corners in the state.

4 stars5'9"170Utah
#241Shaquille PowellRB
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Powell finished with 2,458 yards and 40 touchdowns in his senior season.

4 stars5'9"195Duke
#242Caleb AzubikeDE
Nashville, TNMcGavock

Azubike produced 14 sacks and 53 tackles for loss during senior campaign.

4 stars6'5"240Vanderbilt
#243Eric StrikerLB
Seffner, FLArmwood

Striker helped lead Armwood to a state championship, recording more than 10 sacks on defense.

4 stars6'1"195Oklahoma
#244Sheldon DayDT
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Day finished his senior season with 67 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, nine sacks and 14 quarterback pressures.

4 stars6'2"286Notre Dame
#245Cassanova McKinzyLB
Birmingham, ALWoodlawn

McKinzy recorded 108 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and six quarterback pressures in 2011.

4 stars6'2"224Auburn
#246Jason CroomWR
Norcross, GANorcross

Croom competed in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'5"212Tennessee
#247Avery JohnsonWR
Pompano Beach, FLBlanche Ely

Johnson is an Under Armour All-American who had just 300 yards and six touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"180LSU
#248Win HomerOL
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Homer was the best offensive lineman at the Chesapeake Bowl in December.

4 stars6'5"245Boston Coll.
#249Faith EkakitieDE
Lake Forest, ILLake Forest Academy

Ekakitie had a solid showing in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl in January.

4 stars6'2"255Iowa
#250Jeff LindquistQB
Mercer Island, WAMercer Island

Lindquist threw for 1,908 yards and 22 touchdowns, rushed for 12 scores and thrived in the Semper Fidelis Bowl.

4 stars6'3"225Washington Rivals250 2012

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