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Rivals.com Missouri Postseason Top 20 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Darrian MillerRB
Blue Springs, MOBlue Springs

Kansas commit is one of the the prolific rusher in Missouri history.

5'10"181Kansas
#2Dan TapkoTE
Kansas City, MORockhurst

Big tight end that looks to excel as a blocker and pass catcher at Oklahoma.

6'4"220Oklahoma
#3Corbin BerkstresserQB
Lee's Summit, MOLee's Summit

Passed for 3,383 yards and 36 touchdowns with only six interceptions in 2010.

6'2"224Missouri
#4Kody WalkerRB
Jefferson City, MOJefferson City

Big back rushed for 887 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior.

6'1"230Arkansas
#5Christian SuntrupQB
St. Louis, MOChaminade

Boston College bound QB passed for 1,260 yards with 14 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

6'3"205Boston Coll.
#6Videl NelsonLB
Kansas City, MOStaley

Athletic Texas transplant racked up an astounding 178 tackles and 16.5 sacks as a senior.

6'1"199Northern Illinois
#7Cameron CoffmanQB
Raymore, MORaymore-Peculiar

The son of former NFL legend Paul Coffman.

6'2"170list
#8Bernard ThomasDB
Blue Springs, MOBlue Springs

Battled injury bug in spring, but still one of state's best defenders.

5'11"172list
#9Malcolm AgnewRB
Saint Louis, MODeSmet

Oregon State commit looks to follow in the footsteps of Jacquizz Rodgers.

5'10"180Oregon St.
#10Robert StandardRB
St. Louis, MOChaminade

Had over 5,000 yards rushing in his junior and senior seasons combined.

5'10"173Iowa St.
#11Andrew NessOL
St. Louis, MOChristian Brothers College High

One of the nation's top offensive center prospects.

6'4"298Northern Illinois
#12Montae JonesOL
St. Louis, MOParkway North

Originally from Florida, Jones anchored the line for Parkway North.

6'3"311list
#13Conrrad NichollsDE
Raytown, MORaytown

Emerged last spring as one of the state's best defensive prospects.

6'5"228list
#14Cortland DunlapLB
Florissant, MOHazelwood Central

As a junior, Dunlap was named first team all-state and defensive MVP in Missouri's Class 6.

6'1"201list
#15Wesley LeftwichWR
Columbia, MOHickman

Was the fastest player at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.

6'1"196Missouri
#16Brandon HannahWR
St. Louis, MOChaminade

Missouri pledge bounced back after an injury his junior year.

6'3"215Missouri
#17Jason MeehanLB
Webster Groves, MOWebster Groves

An inside linebacker prospect that moves well laterally.

6'2"219Northern Illinois
#18Devonte MajorsTE
O'Fallon, MOFort Zumwalt West

Majors earned first-team all-conference and all-state honors in 2009.

6'2"221Northern Illinois
#19Donnell AlexanderRB
Blue Springs, MOBlue Springs South

All-purpose back had over 1,000 yards rushing and over 300 receiving as a senior.

5'11"210Colorado St.
#20Malkaam MuhammadLB
St. Joseph, MOCentral

Undersized linebacker does a good job of pursuing the ballcarrier.

6'0"210list

Rivals.com Missouri Postseason Top 20 2011

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