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2010 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Connecticut Postseason Top 10 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Silas ReddRB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

Redd has the ability to play running back, cornerback or safety in college.

4 stars5'10"200Penn St.
#2Khairi ForttLB
Stamford, CTStamford

Fortt is the best linebacker prospect out of Connecticut in years.

4 stars6'2"220Penn St.
#3Kevin Pierre-LouisLB
Stamford, CTKing & Low Heywood Thomas

Pierre-Louis is one of the most athletic prospects in the Northeast.

4 stars6'1"215Boston Coll.
#4Tyler HarrisLB
Kent, CTKent School

Harris has size and athleticism to star in college if he gets his academics together.

3 stars6'3"208list
#5Bjoern WernerDT
Salisbury, CTSalisbury School

German product has great size and athletic ability and can play end or tackle.

3 stars6'4"264Florida St.
#6Will TyeTE
Salisbury, CTSalisbury School

Tye is as physically impressive as they come at his position.

3 stars6'3"230Florida St.
#7Tebucky JonesWR
New Britain, CTNew Britain

Jones is the son of former Syracuse star Tebucky Jones Sr.

2 stars6'1"178Connecticut
#8Alexander AmidonWR
Lakeville, CTHotchkiss School

Amidon is one of the best route runners in the country and has great hands.

2 stars5'11"179Boston Coll.
#9Byron JonesWR
Bristol, CTSt Paul Catholic

Jones impressed at numerous summer camps to earn his offer.

2 stars6'0"175Connecticut
#10Tyler MurphyQB
Wethersfield, CTWethersfield

Murphy has tremendous upside and athletic ability.

2 stars6'2"190Florida

Rivals.com Connecticut Postseason Top 10 2010

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