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2012 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Louisiana Postseason Top 40 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Landon 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.

5'11"199Alabama
#2Denzel DevallLB
Bastrop, LABastrop

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

6'2"236Alabama
#3Torshiro DavisLB
Shreveport, LAWoodlawn

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

6'3"222Texas
#4Otha PetersLB
Covington, LACovington

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

6'1"221Arkansas
#5Dwayne ThomasDB
New Orleans, LAO. Perry Walker

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

6'1"170LSU
#6Davante BourqueATH
Crowley, LACrowley

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

6'3"200Tennessee
#7Lamar LouisATH
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

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

6'0"220LSU
#8Travin DuralWR
Beaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

Dural helped Breaux Bridge make a run to the state semifinals.

6'2"170LSU
#9Alonzo MooreATH
Winnfield, LAWinnfield Senior

Playing quarterback, Moore led Winnfield to the championship game.

6'2"170Nebraska
#10Derek EdinburghOL
New Orleans, LAEdna Karr

Playing left tackle Edginburgh helped Karr average 359 yards per game on offense during a run to the state championship game.

6'8"320LSU
#11Darion MonroeDB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Monroe threw for 14 touchdowns while running for another 12 in 2011.

5'11"175Tulane
#12Lorenzo PhillipsLB
Patterson, LAPatterson

Phillips helped Patterson to a perfect regular season.

6'1"200LSU
#13Deion JonesLB
New Orleans, LAJesuit

Jones led Jesuit to a 12-1 record and the No. 1 seed in the Class 5A playoffs.

6'2"200LSU
#14John ThomasTE
Bossier City, LAAirline

After a big junior year Thomas tore his ACL as a senior.

6'6"225list
#15Jerald HawkinsOL
Baldwin, LAWest St Mary School

Hawkins is a standout at both defensive end and offensive tackle.

6'7"285LSU
#16James McFarlandLB
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

McFarland could play either defensive end or linebacker at the next level.

6'3"240TCU
#17Terrell LathanDE
West Monroe, LAWest Monroe

Lathan is one of the fastest players at West Monroe, regardless of position.

6'5"260TCU
#18Ronnie FeistLB
Edgard, LAWest St. John

Feist helped West. St. John make a surprising run to the state finals as a senior.

6'2"214LSU
#19Trey GranierLB
Thibodaux, LAThibodaux

Granier was a High School Butkus Award watch list member.

6'1"225LSU
#20Darrian DysonDE
New Orleans, LAEdna Karr

Dyson had a big game in Karr's championship game loss to Neville.

6'3"290Florida Intl.
#21Juwaan RogersLB
Amite, LAAmite

Rogers, who led Amite to the state finals, is one of the hardest hitters in the state.

6'0"230SE Louisiana
#22Dillon GordonTE
River Ridge, LAJohn Curtis

Playing both ways Gordon recorded three sacks and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in 2011.

6'5"245LSU
#23Gerron BorneDT
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Borne helped East St. John reach the second round of the playoffs.

6'3"275New Mexico
#24Daniel TaylorRB
Lutcher, LALutcher

Taylor rushed for 2,047 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior.

5'7"163N'western St.
#25Marrick CharlesDT
Destrehan, LADestrehan

Charles was an all-district selection as a senior.

6'3"295list
#26Julien ObiohaDE
New Orleans, LABrother Martin

Obioha helped the team to the second round of the playoffs.

6'4"255Texas A&M
#27Jacoby BriscoeDT
Lafayette, LACarencro

Briscoe was named his team's MVP of the Class 5A state championship game.

6'4"290Miami (FL)
#28Ryan BrownDE
Marrero, LAArchbishop Shaw

Brown earned all-area honors.

6'5"240Mississippi St.
#29Stephen GibsonDE
Marrero, LAArchbishop Shaw

Gibson teamed with Brown to provide headaches for quarterbacks.

6'4"240Louisiana Tech
#30Dillon BeardATH
Zachary, LAZachary

Beard played receiver and defensive back in leading Zachary to the second round of the playoffs.

6'2"215list
#31Cyril NolandDB
Ruston, LARuston

Noland burst onto the scene with a strong NIKE Camp over the summer prior to his senior year.

6'0"193Oregon St.
#32Dwayne BenjaminWR
Lafayette, LANorthside

Benjamin could also end up playing basketball in college.

6'6"195list
#33Tyren AlexanderLB
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

Alexander and Breaux Bridge reached the state semifinals before falling to Neville.

6'0"180La Lafayet.
#34Jerquinick SandolphDB
Boutte, LAHahnville

Sandolph returned an interception for a touchdown as a senior.

6'1"180LSU
#35Quadry AntoineDB
Belle Chasse, LABelle Chasse

Antoine helped lead Belle Chasse to a postseason appearance.

6'1"210Mississippi St.
#36Kavahra HolmesWR
Breaux Bridge, LABreaux Bridge

Holmes is one of the fastest sprinters in the state.

6'1"180LSU
#37Derrick RaymondDB
Metairie, LAEast Jefferson

Raymond won the 100 and 200 meters in Class 4A as a junior.

6'2"175LSU
#38Lloyd GroganLB
Morgan City, LACentral Catholic

Grogan helped Central Catholic make a run to the third round of the playoffs.

6'1"206Louisiana Tech
#39Jordan BatisteDB
Lutcher, LALutcher

Batiste recorded 103 tackles, three interceptions and two sacks as a senior.

5'8"161Tulane
#40Jaydrick DeclouetWR
Patterson, LAPatterson

Declouet is dangerous any time he gets the ball in space.

5'10"170Louisiana Tech