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2012 Prospect Ranking Pennsylvania Postseason Top 40 2012

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Noah SpenceDE
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Through 13 games, Spence totaled 76 tackles and 12 sacks.

5 stars6'4"245Ohio St.
#2Rushel ShellRB
Aliquippa, PAHopewell

Shell finished his high school career with 9,078 career rushing yards, a new Pennsylvania record.

4 stars6'0"210Pittsburgh
#3Chris MullerOL
Boyertown, PABoyertown Area Senior

After leading his team to a 6-6 season this fall, Muller will play in the Army All-American Bowl in January.

4 stars6'6"287Rutgers
#4Eugene LewisWR
Plymouth, PAWyoming Valley

Playing quarterback, Lewis finished with over 1,000 yards passing and receiving for the second straight season this fall.

4 stars6'2"181Penn St.
#5Colin ThompsonTE
Warminster, PAArchbishop Wood Catholic

Through his first six games, Thompson had 11 receptions for 178 yards and two touchdowns.

4 stars6'5"255Florida
#6Adam BisnowatyOL
Pittsburgh, PAFox Chapel Area

Bisnowaty has already concluded his senior season, and will now continue to showcase his athleticism on the wrestling mat this winter.

4 stars6'6"275Pittsburgh
#7Greg GarmonRB
Erie, PAMcDowell

Garmon finished his senior season with 1,050 yards and nine touchdowns on 137 carries, plus seven receptions for 180 yards and three touchdowns.

4 stars6'2"195Iowa
#8J.J. DenmanOL
Fairless Hills, PAPennsbury

Denman helped lead his team to a 9-4 season this fall.

4 stars6'7"305Rutgers
#9Deaysean RippyLB
McKees Rocks, PASto Rox

Known for his defense, Rippy also had 22 receptions for 389 yards this fall.

4 stars6'2"198Pittsburgh
#10Demetrious CoxDB
Jeannette, PAJeannette

Cox rushed for 1,180 yards and passed for 753 yards through his first 12 games this fall.

4 stars6'1"192Michigan St.
#11Drew HarrisRB
Exton, PADowningtown East

Harris finished his high school career with 4,977 yards after missing the majority of his senior season due to an injury.

4 stars6'1"210Virginia Tech
#12Nate SmithDB
Warminster, PAArchbishop Wood Catholic

Smith is has become a two way threat this fall, at both wide receiver and cornerback.

3 stars5'11"176Temple
#13Nyeem WartmanLB
Archbald, PAValley View

Wartman finished his senior season with 93 tackles and two sacks.

3 stars6'3"220Penn St.
#14Frank TaylorOL
Warminster, PAArchbishop Wood Catholic

Taylor has been the anchor on the offensive line all season for Archbishop Wood.

3 stars6'3"285Boston Coll.
#15Treyvon HesterDT
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Hester was unstoppable at the Chesapeake Bowl.

3 stars6'3"290Toledo
#16T.J. NealLB
McKeesport, PAMcKeesport

Leading his team in tackles the last two years, Neal has also become a weapon at running back.

3 stars6'1"225Illinois
#17Corey JonesWR
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Jones totaled 10 touchdowns this fall, while grabbing 25 receptions for 398 yards and also reeling off 499 yards rushing on 42 carries.

3 stars5'9"165Toledo
#18Adam DePietroOL
Lancaster, PALancaster Catholic

DePietro's solid play on the offensive line has helped his team to a deep run in the state playoffs.

3 stars6'5"270Northwestern
#19Brandon ArcidiaconoOL
Warminster, PAArchbishop Wood Catholic

Arcidiacono has proven himself to be equally talented on the offensive and defensive line this fall.

3 stars6'5"250Rutgers
#20Brendan NosovitchQB
Allentown, PACentral Catholic

Through 14 games, Nosovitch completed 228 of 367 passes for 3,541 yards and 37 touchdowns, while also rushing for 841 yards and 14 touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"200South Carolina
#21Jesse JamesTE
McKeesport, PASouth Allegheny

James was also a standout basketball player at South Allegheny, but will miss his final season because he will enroll early in college.

3 stars6'7"248Penn St.
#22Wayne CapersWR
Bridgeville, PAChartiers Valley

Despite missing some time with an injury, Capers rushed for 330 yards and passed for 1,044 yards this fall.

3 stars6'1"205Arizona
#23Blake RankinQB
Bloomsburg, PABloomsburg

Through 11 games, Rankin completed 130 of 236 passes for 2,129 yards and 20 touchdowns, and also rushed for 1,476 yards and 28 touchdowns.

3 stars6'4"195Rutgers
#24JP HoltzTE
Pittsburgh, PAShaler Area

Already a force on defense, Holtz proved himself on offense this fall while scoring 15 touchdowns on both the ground and through the air.

3 stars6'4"240Pittsburgh
#25Jaylen ColemanLB
Pittsburgh, PAUniversity Prep

Coleman finished his senior season with approximately 100 tackles and three interceptions, plus 1,600 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns.

3 stars6'1"220Toledo
#26Jake O'DonnellDE
Doylestown, PACentral Bucks East

O'Donnell finished his senior season with 69 tackles, 4.5 sacks and one fumble recovery.

3 stars6'6"233Miami (FL)
#27Kyle KerrickWR
Coatesville, PACoatesville Area Senior

Kerrick, who will enroll in college in January, developed himself into one of the more dangerous big play threats in Pennsylvania.

3 stars6'3"183Michigan St.
#28William ParksDB
Philadelphia, PAGermantown

Parks was a standout at the Chesapeake Bowl.

3 stars6'2"180Arizona
#29Dakota ConwellLB
Pittsburgh, PAUpper St. Clair

Conwell has rushed for 997 yards and 19 touchdowns, and also passed for 1,087 yards and 11 touchdowns so far this fall.

3 stars6'1"210Arizona
#30Perry HillsQB
Pittsburgh, PACentral Catholic

Hill's record was 27-3 as a varsity starter and threw for almost 3,800 yards and 30 touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"205Maryland
#31Michael MooneyOL
Malvern, PAMalvern Prep

Mooney helped his team to a successful 9-2 season.

3 stars6'5"265Virginia
#32Jack SchwabaTE
Pittsburgh, PAUpper St. Clair

Schwaba had five receptions for 81 yards this season, and on defense added 17 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

3 stars6'5"240Northwestern
#33P.J. GalloTE
Holland, PACouncil Rock South

Gallo finished his senior season nine receptions for 135 yards.

3 stars6'4"225Maryland
#34Trenton ColesWR
Clairton, PAClairton

Coles proved to be a big play threat for Clairton this fall.

3 stars6'3"175Pittsburgh
#35Matt JohnsQB
Warrington, PACentral Bucks Hs-south

Johns finished his senior season by completing 130 of 221 passes for 2,111 yards and 15 touchdowns.

3 stars6'5"200Virginia
#36Skyler MornhinwegQB
Philadelphia, PASt. Joseph's

Mornhinweg finished his high school career with over 4,800 yards passing and 52 touchdowns, and also 1,200 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"215Florida
#37Brock DeanLB
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Through 14 games Dean has 79 tackles, two sacks and one interception.

3 stars6'1"217Maryland
#38Manny StockerQB
Coatesville, PACoatesville Area Senior

Stocker directed an offense that averaged 34 points per game this fall.

3 stars6'3"197N.C. State
#39Arthur GoldbergDT
Pittsburgh, PAMt. Lebanon

Goldberg controlled the line of scrimmage from his defensive tackle position.

3 stars6'4"270Wisconsin
#40Zach RuggOL
Johnstown, PABishop McCort

Aside from being a powerful offensive lineman, Rugg also had 63 tackles and two sacks this fall.

3 stars6'5"285Connecticut Pennsylvania Postseason Top 40 2012

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