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Rivals.com Pennsylvania Postseason Top 40 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Corey BrownDB
Monroeville, PAGateway

Brown had three INTs in the Hawaii/Mainland All-Star game and a TD catch in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'0"180Ohio St.
#2Dorian BellLB
Monroeville, PAGateway

Bell averaged nearly nine tackles per game as a senior and led his team to a 12-1 record.

5 stars6'0"226Ohio St.
#3Eric ShriveOL
Scranton, PAWest Scranton

Shrive had an outstanding week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and a solid senior season on a 3-7 team.

4 stars6'7"302Penn St.
#4Je'Ron StokesWR
Philadelphia, PANortheast

Stokes has a solid week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and led his team to a 7-5 record as a senior.

4 stars6'1"178Michigan
#5Tom SavageQB
Springfield, PACardinal O'Hara

Despite playing behind a young offensive line, Savage led his team to six wins as a senior and was solid at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'4"217Rutgers
#6Todd ThomasWR
Beaver Falls, PABeaver Falls

Thomas accounted for more than 1,300 all-purpose yards as a senior in leading his team to a 12-1 record.

4 stars6'3"200Pittsburgh
#7Jack LippertDE
Harrisburg, PACentral Dauphin

Lippert had 34 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior on a 7-4 team.

4 stars6'3"243Pittsburgh
#8Dan MasonLB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Mason led his team with 10 sacks as a senior.

4 stars6'0"220Pittsburgh
#9Jordan HallATH
Jeannette, PAJeannette

Hall rushed for more than 1,000 yards and scored 24 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'9"180Ohio St.
#10Tyrone EzellDT
Homestead, PASteel Valley

Ezell, a Chicago native, had an injury-plagued senior season, which led to his team's 2-6 record.

3 stars6'5"255Pittsburgh
#11Abdul SmithDB
Pennsburg, PAPerkiomen School

Smith was named to the Offense-Defense AA Bowl following his senior season.

3 stars6'0"182Rutgers
#12Brock DeCiccoTE
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

DeCicco had 24 catches for 542 yards and 11 scores as a senior.

3 stars6'4"220Pittsburgh
#13E.J. BanksATH
Pittsburgh, PAMontour

Banks accounted for more than 2,000 all-purpose yards and scored 24 touchdowns as a senior.

3 stars5'11"181Notre Dame
#14C.J. BrownQB
Cranberry, PASeneca Valley Senior

Brown threw for 2,154 yards and 14 scores as a senior.

3 stars6'3"180Maryland
#15Paul CarrezolaTE
Langhorne, PANeshaminy

Carrezola led his team to a 12-2 record as a senior.

3 stars6'2"253Rutgers
#16Jaleel ClarkWR
Allentown, PAParkland Senior

Clark played wideout and safety on a 7-4 team as a senior.

3 stars6'4"202Missouri
#17Steve GreeneOL
Ebensburg, PABishop Carroll

Greene played both ways as a senior and made 42 tackles on defense.

3 stars6'4"302Connecticut
#18Shawn BodtmannLB
Scranton, PAWest Scranton

Bodtmann rushed for 389 yards and four touchdowns as a senior in limited action.

3 stars6'0"205Maine
#19Adam GressOL
West Mifflin, PAWest Mifflin

Gress played offensive and defensive line for a young team as a senior.

3 stars6'7"294Penn St.
#20Justin RenfrowDE
Philadelphia, PAWilliam Penn Charter School

Renfrow could play defensive end or tight end in college.

3 stars6'4"260Virginia
#21Colin RodkeyOL
Monroeville, PAGateway

Rodkey was a leader for a 12-1 team as a senior.

3 stars6'4"260Indiana
#22Nick KindlerOL
Camp Hill, PATrinity

Kindler led his team to a 7-4 record as a senior playing offensive and defensive tackle.

3 stars6'6"275West Virginia
#23Juantez HollinsOL
Aliquippa, PAAliquippa

Hollins led his team to 12 victores playing both ways as a senior.

3 stars6'5"270Pittsburgh
#24Pat EgerOL
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

Eger was a two-way standout as a senior for a 15-1 team.

3 stars6'6"260West Virginia
#25Malik GenerettWR
York, PAWilliam Penn Sr

Generett caught 45 passes for 933 yards and 11 scores as a senior.

3 stars6'4"197Connecticut
#26Cory KingOL
Stoneboro, PALakeview

King helped a young team to four wins as a senior and also plays basketball.

3 stars6'4"317Pittsburgh
#27A.J. FentonATH
Erie, PAMcDowell

Fenton accounted for more than 2,500 all-purpose yards as a senior.

3 stars6'1"215Wisconsin
#28Ryan SchlieperOL
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

Ryan is the son of former Major League Baseball pitcher Rich Schlieper.

3 stars6'4"278Pittsburgh
#29Garry GilliamDE
Hershey, PAMilton Hershey School

Gilliam could play defensive end or tight end in college.

2 stars6'6"260Penn St.
#30Mark ArcidiaconoOL
Philadelphia, PASt. Joseph's

Arcidiacono led his team to an 8-4 record as a senior.

2 stars6'4"289Penn St.
#31Curtis DrakeATH
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic

Drake accounted for more than 2,800 all-purpose yards as a senior.

2 stars6'0"170Penn St.
#32Christian KuntzWR
Camp Hill, PATrinity

Kuntz rushed for 754 yards and caught passes for 143 more as a senior.

2 stars6'4"200Penn St.
#33Jonathan ColemanWR
Radnor, PARadnor

Coleman just started playing football as a senior.

2 stars6'4"205Boston Coll.
#34Curtis FeigtDE
Mercerburg, PAMercersburg Academy

Feight originally hails from Germany.

2 stars6'6"270West Virginia
#35Devin StreetWR
Bethlehem, PALiberty

Street led his team to a 15-1 record and a state title as a senior.

2 stars6'4"176Pittsburgh
#36Kasseim EverettATH
Philadelphia, PARoman Catholic

Everett had a big senior year leading his team to five wins.

2 stars5'10"175Delaware
#37Steve MarckTE
Fairless Hills, PAPennsbury

Marck led his team to a 9-3 record as a senior playing tight end and defensive end.

2 stars6'3"225Miami (OH)
#38Rob HollomanRB
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic

Holloman rushed for more than 1,800 yards and scored 39 touchdowns as a senior.

2 stars5'8"160list
#39Jordan HillDE
Steelton, PAHighspire

Hill helped lead his team to a 16-0 record as a senior.

2 stars6'3"290Penn St.
#40Tevrin BrandonDB
Bethlehem, PABethlehem Catholic

Brandon is one of the top lockdown cornerbacks in Pennsylvania.

2 stars5'10"161Connecticut

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