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2011 Prospect Ranking Washington Postseason Top 15 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Austin Seferian-JenkinsTE
Gig Harbor, WAGig Harbor

Army All-American excelled at Eugene NIKE Camp and is big and athletic.

4 stars6'7"250Washington
#2Kasen WilliamsWR
Sammamish, WASkyline

Caught 86 passes for 1,579 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'2"197Washington
#3Danny SheltonDT
Auburn, WAAuburn

Nose tackle in 3-3-5 defense in high school eats up space and makes plays.

4 stars6'3"300Washington
#4Charlie HopkinsDE
Spokane, WAGonzaga Prep

Two-way standout injured his knee in October.

4 stars6'6"240Stanford
#5Bishop SankeyRB
Spokane, WAGonzaga Prep

Finished with more than 5,000 rushing yards in his career.

4 stars5'9"183Washington
#6Taniela TupouDE
Everett, WAArchbishop Murphy

Earned three defensive line MVP awards at NIKE Camps last spring.

3 stars6'2"260Washington
#7Rahmel DockeryATH
University Place, WACurtis

Dockery helped lead his team to a 12-1 record this season.

3 stars5'10"165
#8Max HerseyTE
University Place, WACurtis

A throw-back tight end that can both block and run.

3 stars6'3"235Washington St.
#9Ellis HendersonATH
Vancouver, WASkyview

A top prospect in both football and baseball.

3 stars6'0"180Hawaii
#10Connor CreeDE
Sammamish, WASkyline

Big, strong defensive end helped team to 12-2 record.

3 stars6'5"225Washington
#11Jamaal JonesWR
Graham, WAGraham-Kapowsin

Lean, lanky recruit was the best receiver at Eugene NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'2"185Washington
#12Kendrick Van AckerenDB
Bellevue, WABellevue

Two-way standout helped lead team to 13-1 record.

3 stars6'0"189Hawaii
#13Dexter CharlesOL
Stanwood, WAStanwood

Strong, tough Washington commit was impressive at Eugene NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'5"290Washington
#14Jarett FinauDE
Kirkland, WAJuanita

Defensive end impressed at multiple NIKE events in the spring.

2 stars6'3"235Washington
#15Cameron McKernanRB
Kent, WAKentridge

Chiseled running back is tough to bring down and always plays hard.

2 stars5'11"200 Washington Postseason Top 15 2011

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