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2012 Prospect Ranking Massachusetts Postseason Top 10 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Camren 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.
#2Armani 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.
#3Abner LoganLB
Brookline, MADexter

Logan has proven himself to be equally explosive at both linebacker and running back.

4 stars6'1"212Maryland
#4Canaan SeverinATH
Worcester, MAWorcester Academy

Being double teamed for most of the season, Severin still managed to become a major part of the team this fall.

4 stars6'3"215Virginia
#5Eric OlsonOL
Cambridge, MABuckingham Browne & Nichols

Olson helped his team to a 5-3 season this fall, and now will turn his attention to the hardwood for the winter.

3 stars6'6"265Northwestern
#6Jason SylvaLB
Plymouth, MATabor Academy

Through seven games, Sylva had 35 tackles and four sacks, and chipped in on offense with five touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"245Connecticut
#7Tim JoyLB
North Chelmsford, MAChelmsford

After finishing with 131 tackles as a junior, Joy nearly equaled that amount through his first ten games this fall.

3 stars6'2"215Boston Coll.
#8Obi MelifonwuDB
Grafton, MAGrafton Memorial

Through eight games, Melifonwu rushed for 1,394 yards and 17 touchdowns on 179 carries, and added 14 tackles and three interceptions on defense.

3 stars6'4"195Connecticut
#9A.J. DoyleQB
West Roxbury, MACatholic Memorial

Doyle continued his strong work at quarterback, both with his arm and his legs.

3 stars6'3"226list
#10Donovan HenryDB
West Roxbury, MACatholic Memorial

Henry helped Catholic Memorial to the state title game this fall, and along the way totaled five touchdowns.

2 stars5'10"175list