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Rivals.com Virginia Postseason Top 30 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Eli HaroldDE
Virginia Beach, VAOcean Lakes

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

4 stars6'4"215Virginia
#2Alex 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
#3Joel 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
#4Kwontie MooreLB
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Moore, who will play in the Army All-American Bowl, helped lead his team to a state title game in Virginia.

4 stars6'2"243Virginia
#5J.C. ColemanRB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Despite missing three games with an ankle injury, Coleman has rushed for 1,312 yards and 17 touchdowns on 160 carries so far this season.

4 stars5'7"169Virginia Tech
#6Deon ClarkeLB
Chesterfield, VALloyd C Bird

Clarke has already been named the player of the year in his district for the 2011 season.

4 stars6'2"205Virginia Tech
#7Korren KirvenDT
Lynchburg, VABrookville

Kirven had helped lead Brookville to an undefeated season through 11 games.

4 stars6'4"272Alabama
#8Ken EkanemLB
Clifton, VACentreville

Ekanem could play linebacker or defensive end in college and has led his team on a deep playoff run.

4 stars6'3"226Virginia Tech
#9Trey EdmundsLB
Ringgold, VADan River

Considered an outside linebacker recruit, Edmunds had two 200-plus yard rushing games in the playoffs as well.

4 stars6'2"205Virginia Tech
#10Win HomerOL
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Homer helped his team to an undefeated 10-0 season this fall.

4 stars6'5"245Boston Coll.
#11Devin VandykeLB
Lorton, VASouth County

Devin's brother, Ronny, is a red-shirt freshman at Virginia Tech.

3 stars6'1"203Virginia Tech
#12Anthony CooperWR
Virginia Beach, VABayside

Through the first ten games of his senior season, Cooper had 36 receptions for 813 yards and nine touchdowns.

3 stars6'0"187Virginia
#13Der'Woun GreeneDB
Portsmouth, VAWoodrow Wilson

Greene also played quarterback this fall, and plans to enroll in January at Virginia Tech.

3 stars5'10"175Virginia Tech
#14Augie ConteOL
Powhatan, VABlessed Sacrament Huguenot

Conte was a big part of his teams 9-2 season this fall.

3 stars6'6"270Virginia Tech
#15Nigel WilliamsDT
Richmond, VABenedictine School

Williams was also able to show off his athleticism at tight end this fall, where he was equally effective in blocking and pass receiving.

3 stars6'3"260Virginia Tech
#16Courtnye WynnDE
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Wynn was named first team All-Conference after his senior season.

3 stars6'6"240Virginia
#17Dakota JacksonTE
Roanoke, VANorthside

Jackson finished his senior season with 22 receptions for 360 yards, and added 34 tackles on defense.

3 stars6'4"250Virginia Tech
#18Mario NixonWR
Norfolk, VANorfolk Christian School

Nixon finished with nine touchdown receptions this fall, and also became a major part of the defense at outside linebacker.

3 stars6'4"216Virginia
#19Mark HallLB
Virginia Beach, VAGreen Run

Through his teams first ten games, Hall had over 70 tackles, 13 sacks and returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown.

3 stars6'4"225Virginia
#20Brenden MotleyATH
Christiansburg, VAChristiansburg

A high ankle sprain caused him to miss six games, but when healthy Motley led a potent offense at quarterback and anchored the defensive secondary.

3 stars6'3"200Virginia Tech
#21Desmond FryeDB
Chester, VAThomas Dale

In nine games this fall Frye had 97 tackles and three interceptions, while also chipping in with 16 receptions for 420 yards and four touchdowns.

3 stars6'1"168Virginia Tech
#22CJ ProsiseDB
Woodberry Forest, VAWoodberry Forest School

Prosise ended his senior season with six interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and on spcial teams, five returns for touchdowns.

3 stars6'1"202Notre Dame
#23Andre Miles-RedmondOL
Richmond, VAHermitage

Miles-Redmond helped anchor an offensive line that led the team to a 12-1 season.

3 stars6'4"260Virginia
#24Alston SmithDT
Virginia Beach, VACox

Smith is the son of former Virginia Tech and NFL legend, Bruce Smith.

3 stars6'3"272Virginia Tech
#25Will SmithOL
Christchurch, VAChristchurch School

Smith's play on the offensive line was a major part of his team's undefeated season this fall.

3 stars6'5"285Wake Forest
#26Tyrell ChavisOL
Richmond, VAVarina

Chavis helped Varina to an 8-3 season this fall.

3 stars6'3"300Virginia
#27Romond DeloatchWR
Hampton, VAPhoebus

Deloatch will play in the U.S. versus The World game in Febuary.

3 stars6'4"213Temple
#28Seth DooleyDE
Salem, VAGlenvar

Known more for his defensive abilities, Dooley also rushed for 782 yards and 11 touchdowns in his teams first ten games.

3 stars6'5"230Virginia Tech
#29Jerome WrightATH
Highland Springs, VAHighland Springs

Wright was named first team All-District at running back after his senior season.

3 stars6'2"225Virginia Tech
#30Rhakeem StallingsLB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Playing on a powerful Oscar Smith defense, Stallings has been a leader during their 13-1 season.

3 stars6'0"210James Madison

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