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Rivals.com California Postseason Top 100 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1George FarmerWR
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

Won state championships in both football and basketball.

5 stars6'2"192USC
#2De'Anthony ThomasATH
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

Earned defensive back MVP at Los Angeles Nike Camp.

5 stars5'9"160Oregon
#3Devon BlackmonWR
Fontana, CASummit

Earned All-CIF and All-League last season.

4 stars6'0"175Oregon
#4Marqise LeeATH
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

Being recruited in football and basketball.

4 stars6'1"187USC
#5Greg Townsend Jr.DE
Beverly Hills, CABeverly Hills

Earned defensive line MVP at Los Angeles Nike Camp.

4 stars6'4"242USC
#6Cody KesslerQB
Bakersfield, CACentennial

Was top performer at Berkeley Elite11.

4 stars6'1"208USC
#7Max WittekQB
Santa Ana, CAMater Dei

Threw for 2,126 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior.

4 stars6'4"215USC
#8Tre MaddenLB
Mission Viejo, CAMission Viejo

Earned linebacker MVP at Los Angeles Nike Camp.

4 stars6'0"215USC
#9Amir CarlisleRB
Sunnyvale, CAKings Academy

Father is 49ers Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.

4 stars5'10"181USC
#10Christian HeywardDT
San Diego, CAPoint Loma

Recorded 66 tackles and nine sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'2"269USC
#11Viliami MoalaDT
Sacramento, CAGrant

Recorded 104 tackles and 15 sacks in 2009.

4 stars6'2"326California
#12Stefan McClureDB
Vista, CAVista

Had 35 receptions and 28 tackles in 2009.

4 stars5'11"170California
#13George Atkinson IIIATH
Livermore, CAGranada

Rushed for 965 yards and ten touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'1"194Notre Dame
#14Victor BlackwellWR
Santa Ana, CAMater Dei

Had 949 yards in reception and 11 touchdowns in 2009.

4 stars6'0"186USC
#15James SampleDB
Sacramento, CAGrant

Hard hitting safety has seven offers at this time.

4 stars6'2"195Washington
#16Todd BarrDE
Lakewood, CALakewood

Recorded 87 tackles, 32 TFL's, and 12 sacks in 2009.

4 stars6'3"265California
#17Jason GibsonLB
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

Recorded 27 sacks over the past two seasons.

4 stars6'2"212California
#18Ifo Ekpre-OlomuDB
Chino Hills, CAChino Hills

Earned league player of the year as a junior.

4 stars5'10"180Oregon
#19Brendan BigelowRB
Fresno, CACentral East

Averaged 11.5 yards carry, and scored 16 touchdowns last season.

4 stars5'10"180California
#20Jordan RigsbeeOL
Chico, CAPleasant Valley

Brother, Tyler, plays for the Cal Bears.

4 stars6'4"275California
#21Devin LucienWR
Encino, CACrespi

One of the most consistent players in The Valley.

4 stars6'1"189UCLA
#22Michael EubankQB
Corona, CACentennial

The sky is the limit for Eubank if he finally uses the opportunity to shine as a senior.

4 stars6'5"232Arizona St.
#23Junior PomeeWR
Moreno Valley, CARancho Verde

His high school coaches have been raving about him for years.

4 stars6'3"237USC
#24Kelsey YoungRB
Norco, CANorco

Rushed for 1,767 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior.

4 stars5'11"192Stanford
#25Mustafa JalilDT
San Diego, CACathedral Catholic

Helped lead team to CIF San Diego Section Division III Title.

4 stars6'4"300California
#26Troy NiklasOL
Anaheim, CAServite

Season was cut short due to injury but he was still named all league.

4 stars6'6"243Notre Dame
#27Davon MorelandDE
Los Angeles, CASalesian

Recorded 21 sacks as a junior.

4 stars6'3"225SMU
#28Brandin CooksWR
Stockton, CALincoln

First emerged at the NIKE Camp and has blown up since.

4 stars5'11"165Oregon St.
#29Antwaun WoodsDT
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Massive run stuffing defensive tackle.

4 stars6'1"322USC
#30Michael ThomasWR
Woodland Hills, CATaft

Thomas had a sensational senior season with about 80 receptions.

4 stars6'3"180list
#31Kyle BoehmQB
San Jose, CAArchbishop Mitty

Cal picked him as its quarterback for the 2011 class.

3 stars6'3"205California
#32Corey WallerLB
Long Beach, CAPoly

A threat as a pass-rusher with his hand on the ground.

3 stars6'0"210Washington
#33Dylan WynnDE
Concord, CADe La Salle

Had 10 sacks and 82 tackles in 2009.

3 stars6'2"234Oregon St.
#34Antoine ArnoldWR
Temecula, CAChaparral

Recorded 40 receptions for 621 yards and nine touchdowns in 2009.

3 stars6'3"180
#35Chad JeffriesQB
Glendora, CAGlendora

Has impressed at multiple camps this spring.

3 stars6'3"195S. Diego St.
#36Aubrey ColemanWR
Walnut, CAWalnut

Huge receiver that was an early commitment for Washington.

3 stars6'6"215list
#37Isaac LuatuaOL
La Mirada, CALa Mirada

One of the best centers in the nation.

3 stars6'2"299Alabama
#38DeVante WilsonDE
Corona, CACorona

Has a great frame that still trying to fill into.

3 stars6'4"230USC
#39Dontae LevingstonOL
Harbor City, CANarbonne

Athletic offensive guard that has impressed everywhere he's been at.

3 stars6'5"279SMU
#40Jimmy LaughreaQB
Rocklin, CARocklin

Boise State knows what it's doing at QB, and offering him was smart.

3 stars6'2"180Boise St.
#41Charles BurksDE
Huntington Beach, CAEdison

Has a motor that's matched by few defensive players in the state.

3 stars6'1"230USC
#42Jeff WorthyDT
La Habra, CAWhittier Christian

Racked up an eye-popping 137 tackles as a junior, but could also be an offensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"275Boise St.
#43Marcus PetersDB
Oakland, CAMcClymonds

Tall, slender corner that really made name for himself at the NorCal NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'0"174Washington
#44Blake RenaudLB
Concord, CADe La Salle

A steady, solid all-around football player for the state's best program.

3 stars6'2"233Boise St.
#45Cody KurzLB
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

Also one of the area's best baseball players.

3 stars6'3"238list
#46Puka LopaDE
Sacramento, CAGrant

Gets overlooked by highly-ranked teammates, but he's also a tremendous player.

3 stars6'3"255California
#47Dillon van der WalTE
Westlake Village, CAOaks Christian

Tall tight end that has enough speed to play in the slot.

3 stars6'7"230Vanderbilt
#48Josh AtkinsonDB
Livermore, CAGranada

His brother might get a lot of attention, but Josh is very talented, too.

3 stars6'0"180Notre Dame
#49Steve DillonDEPalmdale, CAPalmdale3 stars6'3"245USC
#50Michael BercoviciQBWoodland Hills, CATaft3 stars6'2"205Arizona St.
#51Sioasi AionoOL
West Covina, CASouth Hills

Won the OL MVP at the NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'4"290Utah
#52Demetrius JacksonDB
Baldwin Park, CABaldwin Park

Had to sit out his junior season after transferring to Baldwin Park from Duarte.

3 stars5'11"185Portland St.
#53Jalen JeffersonATH
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

Leader on one of the state's best high school teams, and coaches rave about his athleticism.

3 stars6'2"200California
#54Kameron JacksonDB
Long Beach, CAPoly

Doesn't have the best size for a corner, but does have a lot of speed and skill.

3 stars5'10"175California
#55Derrick BrownQB
Murrieta, CAVista Murrieta

Brown compares his game to Tim Tebow.

3 stars6'3"230Washington
#56Jared NorrisLB
Bakersfield, CACentennial

Utah gets a tremendous steal from this NorCal linebacker.

3 stars6'2"228Utah
#57Ryan HendersonDB
Moreno Valley, CARancho Verde

Played mainly running back, but this spring has blossomed at cornerback.

3 stars5'10"165USC
#58Patrick OnwuasorWR
Inglewood, CAInglewood

Coaches say he's one the same level as Shaquelle Evans.

3 stars6'2"190Arizona
#59Maataua BrownOL
Paramount, CAParamount

Plays both ways, but could be deadly at OT on the next level.

3 stars6'4"280list
#60Desman CarterDB
Fontana, CAKaiser

Had 75 tackles and three interceptions in 2009.

3 stars6'1"193Nevada
#61Elijhaa PennyATH
Norwalk, CANorwalk

Big running back that can project at a number of positions.

3 stars6'2"240UNLV
#62Wallace Gonzalez IIIWR
La Puente, CABishop Amat

Getting serious recruiting interest in both baseball and football

3 stars6'5"235list
#63Jared BakerRB
Los Angeles, CALoyola

Took over after Anthony Barr was injured last year and emerged as one of the state's best backs.

3 stars5'9"180Arizona
#64Bryan PetersOL
La Mirada, CALa Mirada

Some think he's the best run blocker in the state.

3 stars6'5"305Kansas
#65Sam BoydATH
Corona, CAEleanor Roosevelt

If he could stay healthy, he has four-star talent.

3 stars6'2"235San Jose St.
#66J.B. SalemDE
Newport Beach, CANewport Harbor

Was an early Stanford commitment that impressed at NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'4"254Stanford
#67Akeem GonzalesOLMission Hills, CABishop Alemany3 stars6'4"240Oregon St.
#68Marcus MartinOL
Los Angeles, CACrenshaw

One of the best guards in the nation.

3 stars6'3"357USC
#69Richard MullaneyWR
Thousand Oaks, CAThousand Oaks

Has a very good size 6-foot-3 frame for quarterbacks to throw to.

3 stars6'3"185Oregon St.
#70Mercy MastonDBBakersfield, CABakersfield3 stars5'11"185San Jose St.
#71David RichardsATH
Palmdale, CAPalmdale

Richards has a high ceiling for his ability to project at a number of spots.

3 stars6'3"195Arizona
#72Jordan PerkinsRB
Lodi, CALodi

Do not be surprised if he ends as a receiver at Stanford or even a cornerback.

3 stars5'11"177Northwestern
#73Tyler GrayLB
Templeton, CATempleton

Blew up at USC's Rising Star Camp last fall, but nothing much has been discovered on him since.

3 stars6'3"215Hawaii
#74Aaron AlmondATH
Pomona, CADiamond Ranch

Really impressed at the NIKE Camp and has good size, too.

3 stars5'10"185list
#75Joel WillisATH
Garden Grove, CAPacifica

Rushed for 580 yards and had 289 yards receiving in 2009.

3 stars5'10"180California
#76Brent WalkerOLNorco, CANorco3 stars6'5"300Arizona St.
#77Josh PerkinsWR
Cerritos, CAGahr

Washington jumped in on him early, and got a solid commitment out of him.

3 stars6'3"200Washington
#78Jamal PraterOL
Etiwanda, CAEtiwanda

Not much is known at his college choices, but his film is one of the best in the state.

3 stars6'4"290Oregon
#79Matthew LyonsLB
Los Angeles, CADorsey

Some city coaches think he's the area's best defensive player.

3 stars6'2"178Washington
#80Stephan NembotDE
Van Nuys, CAMontclair Prep

Nembot has a chance to develop into one of the state's best players, but still is raw at this point.

3 stars6'7"270Colorado
#81Lavonte BarnettATHLancaster, CAParaclete3 stars6'2"215Oregon St.
#82Aarin SmithLB
Fresno, CABullard

One of the most dominating defenders at the NorCal NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'1"185North Dakota
#83Ian SeauDE
Carlsbad, CALa Costa Canyon

His uncle is former USC linebacker and NFL great Junior Seau, so he obviously has outstanding bloodlines.

3 stars6'4"240Kansas St.
#84Will GregoryRB
Compton, CADominguez

Had some good moments in a loaded running back group at the NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'0"179Hawaii
#85Rahim CassellLB
Lakewood, CALakewood

A tackle machine one a great Lakewood squad.

3 stars6'1"215Oregon
#86Kevin AndersonDE
Palo Alto, CAPalo Alto

A very solid early commitment for the Cardinal from a local prospect.

3 stars6'4"240Stanford
#87Kori BabineauxWR
Folsom, CAFolsom

Also stars in basketball for Folsom.

3 stars6'3"200list
#88Malique MicenheimerLB
Stockton, CARonald E. McNair

Had 94 tackles as a junior.

3 stars6'0"220Fresno St.
#89Aaron Wallace Jr.LB
San Diego, CARancho Bernardo

Passes the eyeball test better than any other linebacker in California.

3 stars6'4"215UCLA
#90Brandon TuliaupupuDT
Claremont, CAClaremont

Registered 41 tackles during his junior campaign at Claremont High School.

3 stars6'2"275UCLA
#91Jordan RichardsATH
Folsom, CAFolsom

Also a 4.0 student off the field.

3 stars5'11"185Stanford
#92Shaquille MoseleyLB
Fresno, CAEdison

Showed that he's one of the better linebackers in NorCal at the NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'2"210list
#93Robert AshDE
Elk Grove, CACosumnes Oaks

Ash earned first-team all-conference honors after recording 53 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss and four quarterback sacks in 2009.

3 stars6'3"235Boise St.
#94Rodney HardrickLB
Colton, CAColton

Another player that has a world of potential if he can bounce back from a knee injury.

3 stars6'3"205Oregon
#95Lene LesataleDE
Cerritos, CAGahr

BYU knows quality defensive linemen and it gobbled up a commitment from Lesatale in May.

3 stars6'3"245BYU
#96Quinn BauduccoLB
Moorpark, CAMoorpark

Has one of the best frames and motors in Los Angeles.

3 stars6'3"225Minnesota
#97Mansel SimmonsTE
Sacramento, CASheldon

A former basketball player that's just now getting the hang of football. Has a huge upside.

3 stars6'4"217Washington St.
#98Andrew LewisLB
Corona, CAEleanor Roosevelt

Coaches in the Inland Empire think he'll be a steal for somebody.

3 stars6'2"220list
#99Woodson GreerLB
Gardena, CAJunipero Serra

Greer had a impressive junior season on a loaded defense, tallying 140 tackles and 11.5 sacks.

3 stars6'2"225Colorado
#100Darryl PauloLBSacramento, CAGrant3 stars6'2"230Washington St.

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