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Rivals.com Arkansas Postseason Top 20 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Darius WinstonDB
West Helena, ARCentral

Despite teams throwing away from him, Winston managed to pull in eight interceptions and broke up nine more passes as a senior.

5 stars6'0"180Arkansas
#2Colby BernaOL
Fayetteville, ARFayetteville

Though injury kept him out most of his senior season, Berna anchored the offensive line for Arkansas' 7A state champions in 2007.

4 stars6'4"275Arkansas
#3Derek JohnsonDT
Hoxie, ARHoxie

Was named to the Offense-Defense All-American Game.

4 stars6'3"290Texas
#4Neal BarlowWR
Little Rock, ARPulaski Academy

Had more than 1,000 yards receiving while leading his team to a state championship.

3 stars6'6"190Arkansas
#5Austin TateTE
Harrison, ARHarrison

At 6 feet 6 and 230 pounds, Tate has the hands of a wide receiver.

3 stars6'6"230Arkansas
#6Anthony RogersDE
North Little Rock, ARNorth Little Rock

Dominated the camp circuit and received several major college offers.

3 stars6'4"235Oklahoma St.
#7Turell WilliamsRB
West Helena, ARCentral

Williams' size and athleticism allow him to project at a number of different positions at the next level.

3 stars6'2"215Arkansas
#8Ashton GlaserQB
Springdale, ARSpringdale

Committed to Missouri before his senior season after dominating in summer camps.

3 stars6'2"205Missouri
#9Phillip ButterfieldQB
Hot Springs, ARLake Hamilton

Chose Arkansas State over offers from Tulsa and Southern Miss.

3 stars6'1"199Arkansas St.
#10Jesse GrandyATH
Pine Bluff, ARDollarway Senior

Could play any number of positions in college but lined up primarily at quarterback in high school.

3 stars5'11"155Mississippi
#11Rickey HugheyATH
Stamps, ARLafayette County

Was an unknown prior to his senior season but with a 6-foot-5 frame, he has a world of potential.

3 stars6'5"221Arkansas
#12Eric SmileyDT
West Helena, ARCentral

At 6 feet 5 and 280 pounds, Smiley has been clocked at 4.7 in the 40.

3 stars6'5"280Mississippi
#13LaDarius EckwoodWR
Springdale, ARSpringdale

Caught a ridiculous 108 passes for 1,505 yards in 2008.

2 stars6'1"175list
#14Jake McDonaldOL
Corning, ARCorning

A strong summer raised McDonald's stock significantly.

2 stars6'3"280Central Arkansas
#15Ed GoldsberryDB
West Helena, ARCentral

Was one of the defensive leaders for one of West Helena Central's best teams ever.

2 stars6'2"195list
#16Quinn FranklinWR
Warren, ARWarren

At 6 feet 3, Franklin had the versatility to line up at defensive end in high school.

2 stars6'3"188AR Pine Bluff
#17David StewartDT
Russellville, ARRussellville

With his massive size, Stewart is an upside prospect who is still learning the game.

2 stars6'4"325list
#18Deondra JohnsonATH
West Helena, ARCentral

He quarterbacked West Helena Central to an undefeated regular season and a state title game appearance.

2 stars5'9"165list
#19Dijon BentonDB
Bryant, ARBryant

Benton had 78 tackles and four interceptions as a junior.

2 stars6'2"180list
#20Nick O'QuinnDT
Springdale, ARShiloh Christian

Committed to Arkansas State after previously being committed to Army.

2 stars6'2"265Arkansas St.

Rivals.com Arkansas Postseason Top 20 2009

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