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    2012 Prospect Ranking

    Rivals.com Arkansas Postseason Top 10 2012

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    Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
    #1Zac BrooksATH
    Jonesboro, ARJonesboro Senior

    Playing running back Brooks helped lead Jonesboro to a 9-4 record and the third round of the state playoffs.

    4 stars6'2"180Clemson
    #2Jalen CobbWR
    Warren, ARWarren

    A talented athlete, Cobb helped Warren to a 6-1 league record in 2011.

    4 stars6'1"185list
    #3Defonta LoweDB
    Bearden, ARBearden

    Though a quarterback for Bearden, Lowe will make the transition to safety at the next level.

    3 stars6'3"185Arkansas
    #4A.J. TurnerLB
    Lepanto, AREast Poinsett County

    Turner is a physically imposing linebacker prospect.

    3 stars6'3"205Arkansas
    #5Jeremy WardOL
    Pottsville, ARPottsville

    Ward helped lead Pottsville to an undefeated league record as a senior.

    3 stars6'4"290Arkansas
    #6Jemar ClarkOL
    McCrory, ARMccrory

    Clark paved the way for McCrory to reach the third round of the playoffs in 2011.

    3 stars6'6"280Arkansas St.
    #7Jeremy SprinkleTE
    White Hall, ARWhite Hall

    Sprinkle and White Hall reached the third round of the state playoffs in 2011.

    6'6"210list
    #8Kenneth DixonRB
    Strong, ARStrong Huttig

    Dixon rushed for 3,153 yards and 39 touchdowns in helping lead Strong to a state title.

    3 stars5'11"210Louisiana Tech
    #9Neal BurchamQB
    Greenbrier, ARGreenbrier

    Burcham was a virtual unkown until a big-time performance at the national Elite 11 event over the summer.

    3 stars6'3"175SMU
    #10Brad CulpWR
    Fayetteville, ARFayetteville

    Culp recorded 65 receptions and 14 touchdowns as a senior.

    3 stars6'2"180list

    Rivals.com Arkansas Postseason Top 10 2012

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