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Rivals.com North Carolina Postseason Top 30 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Keenan AllenDB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Allen could play safety or wide receiver in college.

5 stars6'3"195California
#2Robert CrispOL
Raleigh, NCAthens Drive

Crisp is one of the best offensive linemen in the state in years.

5 stars6'7"299N.C. State
#3Alfy HillDE
Shallotte, NCWest Brunswick

Hill could be a linebacker or defensive end in college.

4 stars6'4"222Alabama
#4Chris McCainLB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

McCain is a tall, lanky linebacker perfect for a 3-4 defense.

4 stars6'6"203California
#5Anthony CreecyWR
Durham, NCSouthern Durham

Creecy is strong and explosive and has great hands.

4 stars6'0"196N.C. State
#6David AmersonDB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Amerson has only played football for a couple of years.

4 stars6'3"180N.C. State
#7Prince ShemboLB
Charlotte, NCArdrey Kell

Shembo plays defensive end in high school but projects as a linebacker.

4 stars6'2"232Notre Dame
#8T.J. LeifheitOL
Wilmington, NCHoggard

Leifheit has great size and projects as a right tackle.

4 stars6'7"300N. Carolina
#9A.J. MarshallDB
Durham, NCSouthern Durham

Marshall has great instincts as a cover corner.

4 stars5'11"170Wake Forest
#10Kendall MooreLB
Raleigh, NCSoutheast Raleigh

Moore could end up as a defensive end in college.

4 stars6'2"232Notre Dame
#11Fre'Shad HunterDE
Cary, NCCary

Hunter has a great frame and his potential is sky high.

4 stars6'5"246list
#12Ethan FarmerTE
Tabor City, NCSouth Columbus

Farmer could play tight end or defensive line in college.

3 stars6'2"257N. Carolina
#13Chris SmithDE
Mount Ulla, NCWest Rowan

Smith has great size and projects as a defensive end.

3 stars6'2"230Arkansas
#14Kareem MartinDE
Roanoke Rapids, NCRoanoke Rapids

Martin has plenty of room to add to his frame and a very good first step.

3 stars6'6"222N. Carolina
#15Takoby CofieldOL
Tarboro, NCTarboro

Cofield emerged on the camp circuit this past spring.

3 stars6'6"289Duke
#16Justin TaylorDE
Norwood, NCSouth Stanly

Taylor is a terrific pass rusher with good speed off the edge.

3 stars6'3"222Virginia Tech
#17Kelby BrownLB
Charlotte, NCChristian

Brown has emerged as the best true linebacker on his team and in Charlotte.

3 stars6'2"210Duke
#18P.J. ClyburnDB
Statesville, NCWest Iredell

Clyburn has great size and range for a safety and could grow into a linebacker.

3 stars6'1"208N. Carolina
#19James ScalesDB
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Scales is a very physical cornerback with sneaky speed.

3 stars5'10"179Oregon
#20Tyler BrosiusQB
Waynesville, NCTuscola Senior

Brosius is a heady quarterback with smarts.

3 stars6'3"233N.C. State
#21Kevin Parks Jr.RB
Mount Ulla, NCWest Rowan

Parks has powerful legs and is hard to bring down.

3 stars5'7"193Virginia
#22Reggie WilkinsATH
Shelby, NCCrest

Wilkins was a standout at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

3 stars5'10"160N. Carolina
#23Joshua SneadATH
Smithfield, NCSmithfield Selma Senior

Snead could be a slot receiver or cornerback in college.

3 stars5'9"168Duke
#24Tehvyn BrantleyWR
Durham, NCMt. Zion

Brantley is one of the best slot receivers in the Atlantic East.

3 stars5'8"161list
#25Anthony BooneQB
Matthews, NCWeddington

Boone was the best quarterback at the PSU NIKE Camp.

3 stars6'0"222Duke
#26David DurhamDE
Charlotte, NCChristian

Durham moved back to NC to play his senior year.

3 stars6'3"228Ohio St.
#27Matt JamesWR
Raleigh, NCSanderson

James is a tall receiver who could grow into a tight end.

3 stars6'6"196Wake Forest
#28Ty LintonLB
Charlotte, NCChristian

Linton is a heady player who excels in coverage.

3 stars6'2"200N. Carolina
#29C.J. FrederickRB
Benson, NCWest Johnston

Frederick is explosive and runs with great vision.

3 stars5'9"188N.C. A&T
#30Darius LipfordATH
Lenoir, NCHibriten

Lipford has great speed for an outside linebacker.

3 stars6'2"200N. Carolina

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