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Rivals.com North Carolina Postseason Top 30 2013

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Marquez NorthWR
Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

Prior to being injured, North had 20 receptions for 322 yards and seven touchdowns, while rushing for 642 yards and 18 touchdowns on only 45 carries.

4 stars6'3"205Tennessee
#2T.J. LoganRB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Entering the state championship game, Logan had 2,636 yards rushing and 39 touchdowns as well as 344 yards and six touchdowns receiving.

4 stars5'9"175N. Carolina
#3Peter KalambayiLB
Matthews, NCButler

Finished with 97 tackles, six sacks, three forced fumbles and one interception while leading his team to a state championship.

4 stars6'3"238Stanford
#4Larenz BryantLB
Charlotte, NCVance

Through 12 games, Bryant had 98 tackles and 11 sacks. On offense he added 1,776 yards rushing and 21 touchdowns.

4 stars6'1"215South Carolina
#5Tyrone CrowderOL
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Crowder was a key member of a high-octane offense that finished the season 11-2

4 stars6'2"315Clemson
#6Greg GilmoreDT
Hope Mills, NCSouth View

Gilmore finished the year with 79 tackles and two sacks.

4 stars6'4"275LSU
#7Connor MitchQB
Raleigh, NCWakefield

Mitch finished his senior season with 4,714 passing yards and 64 touchdowns.

4 stars6'3"210South Carolina
#8Tyquan LewisDE
Tarboro, NCTarboro

Had 53 tackles, 17 tacks, seven tackles for loss and one forced fumble while leading team to fifth straight state final appearance.

4 stars6'3"225Ohio St.
#9Pharoh CooperATH
Havelock, NCHavelock

Finished the year with 2,948 yards passing and 1,283 yards rushing and 46 total touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"190South Carolina
#10Channing StriblingDB
Matthews, NCButler

As a senior, had 31 tackles, nine interceptions, 10 pass breakups and two forced fumbles. Also started at wide receiver.

3 stars6'2"170Michigan
#11Lewis NealDE
Wilson, NCHunt

Led his team with 121 tackles and 14 sacks. Also had 14 tackles for loss, two pass deflections, one forced fumble, one blocked kick and three recovered fumbles.

3 stars6'1"232LSU
#12Brian WalkerDB
Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

Started at defensive back for a Mallard Creek team that finished the season 12-2.

3 stars5'10"170N. Carolina
#13Marquez GraysonRB
Lexington, NCLexington

Had back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons as a sophomore and junior before struggling with injuries for most of his senior season.

3 stars6'1"200list
#14Korrin WigginsDB
Durham, NCHillside

As a senior, Wiggins had 90 tackles, seven interceptions and three forced fumbles.

3 stars6'1"185Clemson
#15LaChaston SmithLB
Statesville, NCSouth Iredell

Returned from an injury late in the year to lead his team to a state championship while playing primarily running back.

3 stars6'0"215Virginia
#16Uriah LeMayWR
Matthews, NCButler

LeMay finished his senior season with 52 catches for 1041 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also added 27 carries for 264 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.

3 stars6'1"181Georgia
#17R.J. PrinceOL
Albemarle, NCAlbermarle

Served as the anchor of his team's offensive line this past fall, Prince helped Albemarle High produce a 13-2 overall record and average 42.4 points per game.

3 stars6'8"310N. Carolina
#18Desmond LawrenceDB
Charlotte, NCChristian

All-state pick had 1,299 rushing and 12 touchdowns on offense while also starting at defensive back.

3 stars6'0"171N. Carolina
#19Riley FergusonQB
Matthews, NCButler

Ferguson finished the year with 2,173 yards passing and 25 touchdowns in nine games while leading his team to a state championship.

3 stars6'2"190Tennessee
#20Dane RogersDE
Shelby, NCCrest

As a senior, Rogers registered 83 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and eight sacks

3 stars6'3"253Clemson
#21Nazair JonesDE
Roanoke Rapids, NCRoanoke Rapids

Through eight games, Jones had posted 39 tackles and two sacks.

3 stars6'5"250N. Carolina
#22Jack TochoDB
Charlotte, NCIndependence

Had six interceptions while also making valuable contributions on special teams as a senior.

3 stars6'1"190N.C. State
#23Keeon JohnsonWR
Kannapolis, NCBrown

Had 535 yards and five touchdowns receiving during his senior season.

3 stars6'3"200Virginia
#24Johnathan AlstonATH
Bunn, NCBunn

Started at wide receiver and linebacker for a Bunn team that reached the third round of the state playoffs.

3 stars6'3"200N.C. State
#25Carlis ParkerATH
Statesville, NCStatesville

Finished his senior season with 1,201 yards passing, 959 yards rushing and 21 total touchdowns.

3 stars6'4"187Virginia Tech
#26Jalen McDanielWR
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

Had 827 yards receiving, 198 rushing and 11 total touchdowns while leading his team to the state title game.

3 stars6'2"188list
#27Matt WoganK
Indian Trail, NCPorter Ridge

Averaged 44 yards per punt with a long of 72 yards. Also made 12 field goals with a long of 58 and kicked 95 percent of his kickoffs into the end zone.

3 stars6'2"195Oregon
#28Devante CovingtonDE
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Had 109 total tackles and 16 for loss as well as six sacks and four quarterback hurries.

3 stars6'4"220South Carolina
#29Anthony CovingtonDB
Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

Started for a Mallard Creek team that finished the year 12-2.

3 stars5'10"185Appalachian St.
#30Ali LamotLB
Mebane, NCEastern Alamance

As a senior, recorded 101 tackles (74 solo, 27 assists), 17 sacks, 20 quarterback hurries, two pass breakups, one forced fumble and four fumble recoveries

3 stars6'3"200Wake Forest