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2011 Prospect Ranking Texas Postseason Top 100 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Malcolm BrownRB
Cibolo, TXSteele

Rushed for close to 2,600 yards in leading team to state championship.

5 stars6'0"220Texas
#2Trey MetoyerWR
Whitehouse, TXWhitehouse

Finished only a few receptions shy of breaking the career Texas state record.

5 stars6'2"198Oklahoma
#3Brandon WilliamsRB
Brookshire, TXRoyal

Finished the year with just shy of 2,500 yards and 33 touchdowns.

5 stars6'1"188Oklahoma
#4Steve EdmondLB
Daingerfield, TXDaingerfield

Averaged almost 10 tackles a game as a senior.

4 stars6'3"245Texas
#5Quandre DiggsDB
Angleton, TXAngleton

Has rushed for over 1,200 yards in each of the last three seasons but may be best as a defensive back.

4 stars5'10"188Texas
#6Jace AmaroTE
San Antonio, TXMacarthur

Big tight end had 56 catches for 881 yards and 11 scores as a senior.

4 stars6'5"237Texas Tech
#7LaDarius BrownATH
Waxahachie, TXWaxahachie

Averaged 20 yards per catch on offense and intercepted three passes on defense.

4 stars6'2"190TCU
#8Aaron GreenRB
San Antonio, TXMadison

Average 160 yards yards and two touchdowns per game.

4 stars5'10"191Nebraska
#9Jaxon ShipleyWR
Brownwood, TXBrownwood

Had 52 catches for just under 900 yards as a junior.

4 stars6'0"170Texas
#10Herschel SimsRB
Abilene, TXAbilene

Rushed for over 2,200 yards as a junior while leading his team to a 5A State Title.

4 stars5'10"190Oklahoma St.
#11J.W. WalshQB
Denton, TXGuyer

Passed for just under 2,600 yards as a junior while also rushing for over 1,500 yards.

4 stars6'2"190Oklahoma St.
#12Desmond JacksonDT
Houston, TXWestfield

Is one of the quickest defensive tackles prospects in recent memory.

4 stars6'1"278Texas
#13Charles JacksonDB
Klein, TXKlein Collins

Outstanding camp performances helped raise Jackson's stock following his junior season.

4 stars5'11"180Nebraska
#14Sedrick FlowersOL
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Is one of the most dominant interior linemen in the nation.

4 stars6'3"280Texas
#15Anthony WallaceLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Has been one of the top playmakers on the talented Skyline defense over the past three seasons.

4 stars6'2"220Oregon
#16Quincy RussellDT
San Antonio, TXSam Houston

Was named first team all-district in both his sophomore and junior seasons.

4 stars6'3"289Texas
#17Kendall ThompsonLB
Carthage, TXCarthage

Had 140 tackles 15 tackles for loss and six sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'3"232Texas
#18Marquis AndersonDT
Cibolo, TXSteele

At 265 pounds, Anderson has been clocked at under 5 seconds.

4 stars6'3"280Oklahoma
#19Jamal TurnerQB
Arlington, TXSam Houston

Rushed for over 1,800 yards and threw for over 1,500 yards in 2010.

4 stars6'1"175Nebraska
#20Jordan WadeDT
Round Rock, TXStony Point

Tall defensive tackle that still gets a good pass rush.

4 stars6'4"293Oklahoma
#21Josh CochranOL
Hallsville, TXHallsville

As a junior, Cochran earned first-team All-District 13-4A honors and all-East Texas honors.

4 stars6'6"278Texas
#22Garrett GreenleaOL
Klein, TXKlein Collins

A former tight end, Greenlea has great athleticism and size.

4 stars6'7"300Texas
#23Cedric ReedDE
Cleveland, TXCleveland

Was perhaps the top pass rusher at the Offense-Defense Bowl.

4 stars6'5"240Texas
#24Tevin MitchelDB
Mansfield, TXLegacy

Earned an Army All-American Bowl invite after a big spring as a well as a strong senior campaign.

4 stars6'0"175Arkansas
#25Sheroid EvansDB
Sugar Land, TXDulles

One of the fastest athletes in the nation, Evans won the state 100 and 200 meter titles as a junior.

4 stars6'1"185Texas
#26M.J. McFarlandTE
El Paso, TXEl Dorado

Recorded 77 receptions and 18 touchdowns in the first 10 games of his senior year.

4 stars6'4"236Texas
#27Max StevensonTE
Klein, TXKlein Oak

Caught 46 passes for 736 yards and five touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'6"240Oklahoma
#28Joseph CheekOL
Seguin, TXSeguin

The son of former NFL offensive tackle Louis Cheek.

4 stars6'7"271Texas A&M
#29Spencer DrangoOL
Cedar Park, TXCedar Park

Drango earned first-team all-district, second-team all-Centex, and all-state (HM) as a junior.

4 stars6'6"264Baylor
#30Mykkele ThompsonATH
San Antonio, TXJohn Paul Stevens

Rushed for an astounding 2,841 yards and 40 touchdowns from his QB position in 2010.

4 stars6'3"182Texas
#31David JenkinsDB
Carrollton, TXHebron

Recorded 27 tackles and two interceptions as a junior.

4 stars6'1"185LSU
#32Chris BarnettTE
Hurst, TXL. D. Bell

A big unique athlete, Barnett could project as a tight end, offensive tackle or a defensive end on the next level.

4 stars6'6"245Michigan
#33Kenny WilliamsRB
Pflugerville, TXHendrickson

Over the past two seasons, Williams has rushed for over 3,000 yards and 35 touchdowns.

4 stars5'10"206Texas Tech
#34Chet MossLB
Cedar Park, TXCedar Park

After missing much of his junior season with mono, Moss had 27 tackles and a hand in 9 turnovers in his final three games.

4 stars6'1"219Texas
#35Howard MatthewsDB
League City, TXClear Springs

Recorded 8 interceptions in only 6 games his junior year.

4 stars6'1"200Texas A&M
#36Tony MoralesOL
Arlington, TXSam Houston

Was selected to play in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.e

4 stars6'4"300Texas Tech
#37Nathan HughesDE
Klein, TXKlein Oak

Had 82 tackles and 11 sacks in 2009.

4 stars6'6"263Oklahoma
#38Ty MontgomeryWR
Dallas, TXSt. Mark's

Rushed for 10 touchdowns and caught three touchdown passes while playing running back in 2010.

4 stars6'0"202Stanford
#39Derek EdwardsWR
Brenham, TXBrenham

Had 58 catches for 814 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior.

4 stars6'1"163Texas Tech
#40David SantosLB
Klein, TXKlein Collins

Was the leading tackler on perhaps the top defense in Texas.

4 stars6'0"212Nebraska
#41Kameel JacksonWR
Arlington, TXSam Houston

A camp regular, Jackson missed much of his senior year with injury but still had over 400 yards receiving.

4 stars6'0"198Oklahoma
#42Michael BrewerQB
Austin, TXLake Travis

Threw for an incredible 4,437 yards and 41 touchdowns in 2009.

3 stars6'1"175Texas Tech
#43Brandon AlexanderDE
Brenham, TXBrenham

A move-in from Louisiana, the athletic big man has 60 tackles and five sacks through 10 games.

3 stars6'6"230Texas A&M
#44Daniel LascoRB
The Woodlands, TXThe Woodlands

One of the faster backs in the state, he could end up as a receiver at the next level.

3 stars6'1"190California
#45Johnny ManzielQB
Kerrville, TXTivy

Threw 45 touchdowns to only three interceptions while adding another 30 scores on the ground.

3 stars6'1"193Texas A&M
#46Trevon RandleLB
League City, TXClear Springs

Had 108 tackles and three interceptions in the regular season in 2010.

3 stars6'1"205LSU
#47David AshQB
Belton, TXBelton

Averaged over 300 yards passing per game as a senior.

3 stars6'4"195Texas
#48Danzel WilliamsATH
Arlington, TXMartin

Rushed for 1,659 yards and 30 touchdowns in helping lead Martin to the district title.

3 stars5'9"190Oklahoma
#49Chris HackettDB
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

The big safety intercepted 12 passes as a senior.

3 stars6'1"185TCU
#50Eric RoweDB
Klein, TXKlein

Racked up 125 tackles and five interceptions in 2009.

3 stars6'2"174Utah
#51Samuel UkwuachuDE
Pearland, TXPearland

Was athletic enough to play receiver for his state champion team.

3 stars6'5"203Boise St.
#52James CastlemanDT
Amarillo, TXAmarillo

Had 81 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and 3 sacks as a junior.

3 stars6'4"255Oklahoma St.
#53Leroy ScottDB
Pasadena, TXSouth Houston

Scott has been a varsity starter since his freshman year.

3 stars5'10"190Texas
#54Bradley MarquezRB
Odessa, TXOdessa

Rushed for 2,210 yards and 29 touchdowns in the 2010 season.

3 stars5'11"173Texas Tech
#55Miles OnyegbuleWR
Arlington, TXArlington

Playing quarterback as a senior, he rushed for over 1,500 yards with 21 touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"206Texas
#56Ryan SimmonsLB
Cibolo, TXSteele

Earned linebacker MVP honors at the LSU Nike Camp.

3 stars6'1"218Oklahoma St.
#57Le'Raven ClarkOL
Rockdale, TXRockdale

Is a dominating blocker despite playing in a frame that is still filling out.

3 stars6'6"245Texas Tech
#58Jonathon LeeWR
Allen, TXAllen

Had 30 receptions for 708 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars6'2"191Baylor
#59Rob HankinsLB
Dallas, TXParish Episcopal School

Had 136 tackles and 25 tackles for loss as a junior.

3 stars6'1"219Arizona
#60Josh StewartWR
Denton, TXGuyer

Played both corner and receiver and finished just shy of 1,000 receiving yards as a senior.

3 stars5'10"163Oklahoma St.
#61David Porter IIIWR
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Was the top receiver in DeSoto's high powered offense with 70 receptions and seven scores.

3 stars6'0"185TCU
#62Bobby ThompsonOL
Midland, TXMidland Christian

Though he plays in a small private school division, Thompson's size and athleticism give him serious upside.

3 stars6'7"285TCU
#63Joe BergeronRB
Mesquite, TXNorth Mesquite

Big fast back who rushed for 1,578 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars6'1"215Texas
#64Cooper WashingtonDE
Muleshoe, TXMuleshoe

Had 106 tackles and 18 tackles for loss as a defensive end in 2009.

3 stars6'4"225Texas Tech
#65DeAndre WashingtonATH
Missouri City, TXFort Bend Marshall

Versatile athlete rushed for close to 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars5'9"183Texas Tech
#66Deryck GildonLB
Arlington, TXMartin

Had 50 tackles and a sack during his junior season.

3 stars6'2"205TCU
#67Donnie BaggsLB
League City, TXClear Springs

Had 58 tackles and a sack in his senior campaign.

3 stars6'1"204Texas A&M
#68Jimmy BeanDE
Denton, TXGuyer

Long defensive end will join his high school quarterback J.W. Walsh at Oklahoma State.

3 stars6'5"218Oklahoma St.
#69Kellen JonesLB
Houston, TXSt. Pius X

Racked up 75 tackles with 22 tackles for loss and six sacks in 2009.

3 stars6'0"209Michigan
#70Brandon CarterATH
Euless, TXTrinity

Has cover 1,200 yards rushing and close to 400 receiving for one of the nation's top teams.

3 stars5'11"161TCU
#71Jarrell OliverRB
Sugar Land, TXDulles

Rushed for 1,049 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior.

3 stars5'9"193Utah
#72Cameron WhiteWR
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Saw stock rise following his 53 catch, 729 yard junior campaign.

3 stars6'2"185TCU
#73Franklin ShannonLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Has great size for a safety and could eventually be a linebacker at the next level.

3 stars6'2"210Oklahoma
#74Taylor DoyleOL
Austin, TXLake Travis

Helped lead Lake Travis to three state championships.

3 stars6'5"270Texas
#75Shayvion HattenOL
Daingerfield, TXDaingerfield

Long, lean offensive tackle prospect has the athleticism to play on the defensive side as well.

3 stars6'5"265Texas A&M
#76Johnny HaynesWR
Irving, TXIrving Macarthur School

Rushed for over 1,000 yards while also catching 38 passes as a senior.

3 stars5'10"180Oklahoma St.
#77Nila KasitatiOL
Euless, TXTrinity

Ultra athletic high school tight end will likely move to tackle in college.

3 stars6'4"280Oklahoma
#78Christian JonesWR
Spring, TXWestfield

An offseason ACL tear limited him to six catches as a senior, but half were for touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"199Northwestern
#79Alfredo MoralesOL
Arlington, TXSam Houston

Sound offensive line prospect will play alongside his twin brother at Texas Tech in college.

3 stars6'3"287Texas Tech
#80K.C. NlemchiRB
Katy, TXCinco Ranch

Had 1,246 yards and 19 touchdowns while platooning at running back.

3 stars6'0"215SMU
#81Taylor ChappellOL
Canadian, TXCanadian

A dominating blocker in high school at the 1A level, Chappell will need to adjust to the competition level in college.

3 stars6'6"270Missouri
#82Devin DavisOL
Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches

Anchored the line for one of the top offenses in East Texas.

3 stars6'5"250Oklahoma St.
#83Lyndell JohnsonDB
Plano, TXPlano East

Rangy safety first emerged in the summer of 2009 with some strong 7-on-7 play.

3 stars6'3"195Oklahoma St.
#84Devonta BurnsDB
Arlington, TXMartin

Athletic defender has played both safety and linebacker in high school.

3 stars5'11"185Texas A&M
#85Jake BrendelOL
Plano, TXPlano East

Excelled while playing center at the Offense-Defense Bowl.

3 stars6'4"268UCLA
#86Kindred EvansDE
Grand Prairie, TXSouth Grand Prairie

Is a very solid pass rusher for South Grand Prairie.

3 stars6'6"215Texas Tech
#87Jay AjayiRB
Frisco, TXLiberty

Averaged almost 10 yards per carry and scored 35 touchdowns in helping lead Liberty to best ever record.

3 stars5'11"175Boise St.
#88Stephon SandersDE
Mesquite, TXHorn

Recorded 77 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and seven sacks as a senior.

3 stars6'3"225SMU
#89P.L. LindleyLB
Round Rock, TXStony Point

Is very good in pass coverage for a linebacker.

3 stars6'2"225Oklahoma
#90B.J. AllenRB
Tatum, TXTatum

Rushed for 1,700 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior in 2009.

3 stars5'11"185Baylor
#91Mike MooreLB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Athletic defender plays end for a talented Skyline defense but will be an outside linebacker in coll

3 stars6'1"213Kansas St.
#92Marcus HutchinsOL
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Extremely athletic but undersized offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"254Texas
#93Beau BlackshearDE
Waco, TXMidway

Talented big defender had 68 tackles in 2009.

3 stars6'4"260Baylor
#94Cortland BrowningDB
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Tall cornerback was named first team all-district as a junior.

3 stars6'1"198Missouri
#95Laderice SandersLB
Arlington, TXArlington

Had 151 tackles as a junior.

3 stars6'1"220TCU
#96Kolby GriffinDB
Houston, TXSt. Pius X

Had five interceptions as a sophomore.

3 stars5'11"176TCU
#97Trevor ValdezDT
Copperas Cove, TXCopperas Cove

Valdez is a strong, tough player who has the frame to add more size.

3 stars6'3"268Baylor
#98Bennett OkotchaDB
Coppell, TXCoppell

Long cornerback followed a standout summer camp circuit with a strong senior year.

3 stars6'0"175Oklahoma
#99Ashaad MabryDT
San Antonio, TXMacarthur

Big interior defender has 47 tackles and three sacks so far in 2010.

3 stars6'3"295Oklahoma St.
#100Trevone BoykinQB
Mesquite, TXWest Mesquite

Was a true threat both passing and running the ball for West Mesquite.

3 stars6'1"205TCU Texas Postseason Top 100 2011

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