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2010 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Pennsylvania Postseason Top 40 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Sharrif FloydDT
Philadelphia, PAGeorge Washington

Floyd dominated at the U.S. Army All American Bowl.

5 stars6'3"310Florida
#2Cullen ChristianDB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Christian has rare size for a cornerback.

4 stars6'0"180Michigan
#3Mike HullLB
Canonsburg, PACanon McMillan

Hull could play linebacker or safety in college.

4 stars6'1"215Penn St.
#4Corey BrownATH
Springfield, PACardinal O'Hara

Brown ran a 10.3-second 100 meters.

4 stars6'0"186Ohio St.
#5Paul JonesQB
McKees Rocks, PASto Rox

Jones has a cannon arm and very good size.

4 stars6'3"226Penn St.
#6Thomas RickettsOL
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

Ricketts plays to the whistle and is the son of a former 1st round NFL pick.

4 stars6'6"265Penn St.
#7Kyle BaublitzTE
York, PACentral York

Baublitz plays tight end and linebacker in high school.

4 stars6'4"254Penn St.
#8Miles DieffenbachOL
Pittsburgh, PAFox Chapel Area

Dieffenbach projects as a center in college.

4 stars6'5"277Penn St.
#9Ken WilkinsDE
Washington, PATrinity

Wilkins could grow into a defensive end.

4 stars6'3"244Michigan
#10Dakota RoyerDE
Manheim, PAManheim Central

Royer has excellent quickness and will stand up and play with his hand down in college.

4 stars6'3"211Penn St.
#11Alex KenneyATH
State College, PAState College Area

Kenney has track speed and could be an impact return man.

4 stars6'0"194Penn St.
#12Anthony GonzalezQB
Bethlehem, PALiberty

The lefty quarterback is also a great athlete.

3 stars6'1"193Pittsburgh
#13Brendon FelderATH
Monroeville, PAGateway

Felder could be a slot receiver or cornerback in college.

3 stars5'10"163N. Carolina
#14Aaron DonaldDT
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Donald is very athletic for a big defensive tackle.

3 stars6'2"260Pittsburgh
#15Seth BetancourtOL
Philadelphia, PASt. Joseph's

Betancourt has great technique and plays for a winner.

3 stars6'6"285Boston Coll.
#16Tyler SmithQB
Easton, PAWilson Area

Smith has a strong arm and good accuracy.

3 stars6'4"195Maryland
#17Andrew CarswellWR
McKees Rocks, PASto Rox

Carswell has great size and body control.

3 stars6'4"210Pittsburgh
#18Sal ConaboyOL
Clark Summitt, PAAbington

Conaboy is physical and a great run blocker.

3 stars6'5"255Maryland
#19Luke GrahamOL
Harrison City, PAPenn Trafford

Graham is a inside lineman with good footwork.

3 stars6'5"260Penn St.
#20Andre WilliamsRB
Allentown, PAParkland Senior

Williams is a big, speedy back who runs track.

3 stars5'11"202Boston Coll.
#21Dom TimbersRB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Timbers is a good inside-outside runner.

3 stars5'10"185Syracuse
#22Derrick BurnsRB
New Wilmington, PAWilmington Area

Burns is the younger brother of Pitt running back Chris Burns.

3 stars5'10"195Pittsburgh
#23Jordan PaskorzDE
Allison Park, PAHampton

Paskorz is the younger brother of Notre Dame's Steve Paskorz.

3 stars6'3"225Michigan
#24Malik StokesQB
Philadelphia, PANortheast

Stokes is the younger brother of Michigan freshman Je'Ron Stokes.

3 stars6'0"165list
#25Eric WilliamsWR
Fairless Hills, PAPennsbury

Williams has only been playing football for a couple of years.

3 stars6'3"210Pittsburgh
#26Brandon IfillATH
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Ifill can play offense or defense in college.

3 stars6'0"174Pittsburgh
#27Ibraheim CampbellDB
Philadelphia, PAChestnut Hill Academy

Campbell has good size and the ability to play corner.

3 stars5'11"188Northwestern
#28Salath WilliamsWR
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Williams is a tall, lanky receiver who can stretch the field.

3 stars6'4"180Pittsburgh
#29Kevin WeatherspoonWR
Clairton, PAClairton

Weatherspoon is a shifty slot receiver with good speed.

3 stars5'11"175Pittsburgh
#30Myron RossRB
Ambler, PAWissahickon Senior

Ross is a hard, physical runner.

3 stars6'1"205Temple
#31Shyquawn PulliumATH
Erie, PACathedral Prep School

Pullium is an excellent athlete who projects as a cornerback.

3 stars6'1"178Penn St.
#32Jack DeboefOL
State College, PAState College Area

Deboef has great size.

3 stars6'8"265Purdue
#33Myles DavisLB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Davis could play tight end or defensive end in college.

3 stars6'0"214Syracuse
#34Jarrod WestWR
Bethlehem, PALiberty

West has good speed, excellent hands and football smarts.

3 stars6'2"176Syracuse
#35Manasseh GarnerATH
Pittsburgh, PABrashear

Garner could be a safety or linebacker in college.

3 stars6'2"205Wisconsin
#36Chad HaganLB
Canonsburg, PACanon McMillan

Hagan projects as an inside linebacker or a fullback in college.

3 stars6'2"230Ohio St.
#37Trevor DemkoDE
Mount Carmel, PAMount Carmel Area Jr Sr

Demko is physical and has a great motor.

3 stars6'6"225West Virginia
#38Khaynin Mosley-SmithDT
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Mosley-Smith has a good motor and gets off the snap well.

3 stars6'1"275Pittsburgh
#39Jeremy CorneliusWR
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Cornelius has good size and a high ceiling.

3 stars6'3"185list
#40Arthur DoakesOL
Lebanon, PALebanon

Doakes is massive and projects as a guard in college.

3 stars6'6"350Pittsburgh

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