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    Rivals.com Massachusetts Postseason Top 10 2009

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    Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
    #1Arthur LynchTE
    Dartmouth, MADartmouth

    Lynch caught 16 passes for 249 yards and three scores as a senior.

    4 stars6'5"240Georgia
    #2Brennan WilliamsOL
    West Roxbury, MACatholic Memorial

    Williams was named to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as a senior.

    4 stars6'6"272N. Carolina
    #3Jim NoelDB
    Everett, MAEverett

    Noel led his team to an 8-2 record as a senior.

    3 stars6'3"180Boston Coll.
    #4Keith BourneOL
    Fitchburg, MAFitchburg

    Bourne led his team to an 8-5 record as a senior playing both offensive and defensive tackle.

    2 stars6'4"270Boston Coll.
    #5Darryl Cato-BishopDE
    Dorchester, MALawrence Academy

    Cato-Bishop just began to focus on football as a senior after playing basketball primarily.

    2 stars6'3"238N.C. State
    #6Shane DiBonaLB
    Duxbury, MADuxbury

    DiBona had 57 tackles and 11.5 sacks as a senior.

    2 stars6'2"220Iowa
    #7Thomas BrandtRB
    Natick, MANatick

    Brandt led his team to a 9-2 record as a senior playing running back and linebacker.

    2 stars6'0"193UMass
    #8Charley LoebQB
    Groton, MALawrence Academy

    Loeb led his team to a 7-1 record as a senior.

    2 stars6'4"218Syracuse
    #9Martin HyppoliteRB
    Wakefield, MAWakefield

    Hyppolite led his team to an 8-0 record as a senior playing running back and defensive back.

    2 stars6'1"215Connecticut
    #10Sean SylviaDB
    Dartmouth, MADartmouth

    Sylvia had 55 tackles as a senior.

    2 stars6'0"190list

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