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2013 Prospect Ranking Alabama Postseason Top 30 2013

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Reuben FosterLB
Auburn, ALAuburn

Foster led team to an 11-2 record while collecting 80 tackles, nine for loss, five sacks and a forced fumble.

#2O.J. HowardTE
Autauga, ALAutauga Academy

Despite missing four games because of a knee injury, Howard still had 12 touchdown receptions this season.

#3Dee LinerDE
Muscle Shoals, ALMuscle Shoals

Liner registered 79 tackles, 14 for loss with four sacks, one interception, and one blocked punt as a senior.

#4ArDarius StewartATH
Fultondale, ALFultondale

Stewart threw for 15 touchdowns and rushed for 29 touchdowns.

#5Grant HillOL
Huntsville, ALHuntsville

Hill helped his team to a 7-5 record while reaching the second round of the playoffs.

#6Jeremy JohnsonQB
Montgomery, ALCarver

Johnson threw for 3,194 yards and 31 touchdowns against seven interceptions while adding 702 yards rushing and nine more scores.

#7Earnest RobinsonWR
Pinson Valley, ALPinson Valley

Robinson caught 46 passes for 873 yards and 12 scores in 2012.

#8Austin GolsonOL
Prattville, ALPrattville

Golson was the most consistent offensive player on a team that finished the season 5-5.

#9Johnathan FordRB
New Hope, ALNew Hope

Ford rushed for 1,790 yards and 30 touchdowns during senior year.

#10Darius PaigeDT
Foley, ALFoley

Helped his team to a 8-4 record and second round playoff berth.

#11Jason SmithATH
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen

Smith threw for 1,521 yards and 19 touchdowns against five picks and rushed for 859 yards and 16 touchdowns during senior campaign.

#12Marquez WhiteDB
Dothan, ALNorthview

White guided his team to a 5-5 record while playing both ways.

6'1"180Florida St.
#13Zach CunninghamLB
Pinson, ALPinson Valley

Cunningham amassed over 40 tackles for loss and four blocked punts in 2012.

#14Bradley BozemanOL
Roanoke, ALHandley

Bozeman suffered a season ending knee injury in September, his team finished 7-5.

#15Jonathan CookDB
Spanish Fort, ALSpanish Fort

Led his team to a 14-1 record and state championship appearance.

#16Kamryn MeltonDB
Dothan, ALDothan

Melton posted 64 tackles (41 solos and 23 assisted), two interceptions, one fumble recovery, eight pass breakups and returned a punt for a score.

#16Deon JohnsonATH
Spanish Fort, ALSpanish Fort

Johnson was a factor in the handful of games he played in, but missed most of the season because of off-the-field legal issues.

#17Cameron Echols-LuperATH
Auburn, ALAuburn

Led his team to an 11-2 record and totaled over 1,800 all-purpose yards and 18 total touchdowns.

#18Cameron ToneyLB
Huntsville, ALHuntsville

Toney racked up 107 tackles, six tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and one interception in 2012.

#19DeAndre WoodsWR
Pinson, ALClay

Woods helped his team score 36 points per game while going 12-2.

#20Jonathan WaltonLB
Daphne, ALBayside Academy

Walton collected 122 tackles in his breakout senior campaign.

6'1"228South Carolina
#21Rod CraytonDT
Dadeville, ALDadeville

Crayton registered 157 tackles and four sacks to go with nine forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries.

6'1"290Southern Miss
#22Tony WhiteheadWR
Cottondale, ALPaul Bryant

Missed five games with a foot injury during senior year after breakout junior season when he scored 17 touchdowns.

#22Nate AndrewsATH
Fairhope, ALFairhope School

Andrews lined up at quarterback and receiver this year and accounted for 1,903 yards of offense and 21 touchdowns.

6'0"180Florida St.
#23B.J. HammondWR
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Hammond hauled in 15 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns.

6'4"207Mississippi St.
#24Ulric JonesDE
Oxford, ALOxford

Jones collected 32 tackles, four tackles for loss, two sacks, one interception, and 22 pancake blocks on offense.

#25Cameron FraserOL
Phenix City, ALCentral

Fraser was key factor in his team's 31.7 points per game output en route to a 7-4 record.

#26Wilson BellOL
Prichard, ALBlount

Bell led his team to a 6-5 mark and a first round playoff berth as a senior.

6'4"296Florida St.
#27Jarren JohnsonATH
Jackson, ALJackson

After leading his team to a state title as a junior, Johnson's squad went winless in district play.

#27Kalvin RobinsonDE
Vestavia Hills, ALVestavia Hills

Robinson helped his team to a 10-3 record including a playoff shutout win over Huntsville (Ala.).

6'5"225W. Kentucky
#28Arie AndersonDT
Millbrook, ALStanhope Elmore

Anderson's team yielded 17 points per game and finished with an 8-3 record.

#28James CoxWR
Tuscaloosa, ALNorthridge

Cox finished his senior year with 450 yards receiving and five scores while adding 24 tackles and two interceptions on defense.

6'0"190Southern Miss
#29Rashawn SmithLB
Florence, ALFlorence

Helped his team to a 7-5 mark and 6-1 record in district play.

#30De'Runnya WilsonWR
Birmingham, ALWenonah

Wilson hauled in close to 500 yards receiving and nine touchdowns while averaging a double-double on the hardwood.

6'6"220Mississippi St.
#30Jamal LucasLB
Hoover, ALHoover

His team won the Class 6A state championship, however he was removed from the team earlier in the season.

6'0"203list Alabama Postseason Top 30 2013

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