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Rivals.com North Carolina Posteason Top 30 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Kris FrostLB
Matthews, NCButler

Was named Defensive MVP at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'3"210Auburn
#2Stephone AnthonyLB
Wadesboro, NCAnson

Named to the Under Armour All American Game.

6'3"220Clemson
#3Jeoffrey PaganDE
Asheville, NCAsheville

Named to the U.S. Army All American Bowl.

6'4"272Alabama
#4Eric MacLainTE
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

MacLain was originally committed to Tennessee early in the process but flipped to Clemson.

6'5"245Clemson
#5Christian LeMayQB
Matthews, NCButler

Missed his senior season due to suspension.

6'2"200Georgia
#6Ben CouncellDE
Asheville, NCA. C. Reynolds

Had a monster game at linebacker in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'5"225Notre Dame
#7T.J. ThorpeWR
Durham, NCJordan

Thorpe can play offense or defense in college and is an excellent return man.

6'0"180N. Carolina
#8Jarrod JamesOL
Pikeville, NCCharles B Aycock

James is also a standout at track and wrestling.

6'4"276N. Carolina
#9Devonte BrownDT
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

Brown helped lead his team to an 11-2 record as a senior.

6'4"280N. Carolina
#10Norkeithus OtisDE
Gastonia, NCAshbrook

Otis can be a linebacker or a defensive end in college.

6'3"200N. Carolina
#11Marquise WilliamsQB
Charlotte, NCMallard Creek

Threw for more than 3,000 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior.

6'3"218N. Carolina
#12Nigel KingWR
Oak Ridge, NCOak Ridge Military Academy

Helped Oak Ridge Military to a 10-0 record as he posted 600-yards receiving and seven touchdowns as a senior.

6'3"199Maryland
#13Domonique NobleDB
Mount Ulla, NCWest Rowan

Could be a big cornerback or a safety in college.

6'2"190Georgia Tech
#14Drew OwensTE
Charlotte, NCArdrey Kell

Big tight end is downfield threat and a solid blocker.

6'5"227South Carolina
#15Maurice HarrisWR
Greensboro, NCNorthern Guilford

Had 54 catches for 1,104 yards and 12 touchdowns on offense and 10 interceptions on defense.

6'2"194California
#16Joe GoreDE
Lake Waccamaw, NCEast Columbus

Small school star heading to Clemson.

6'6"262Clemson
#17K.J. BrentWR
Waxhaw, NCMarvin Ridge

Led his team to a 9-3 record as a senior.

6'4"180South Carolina
#18Eric EbronTE
Greensboro, NCBen L Smith

Had 19 catches for 470 yards and 6 TDs as a senior.

6'5"225N. Carolina
#19Justus PickettRB
Charlotte, NCArdrey Kell

Pickett was the Offensive MVP for his team during his senior year.

5'11"183Maryland
#20Tremayne McNairLB
Jacksonville, NCWhite Oak

McNair was one of the surprises at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'2"225Georgia Tech
#21Airyn WillisATH
High Point, NCSouthwest Guilford

Willis could play running back, receiver or defensive back in college.

6'2"175Wake Forest
#22Christian RussellLB
Raeford, NCHoke

Could be an inside linebacker or a fullback in college.

6'0"221list
#23Romar MorrisRB
Salisbury, NCSalisbury

Led his team to a state title as a senior.

5'10"175N. Carolina
#24Marcus LeakWR
Monroe, NCParkwood

Leak is a great leaper with a vertical close to 40 inches.

6'0"195Maryland
#25Sherman RaglandWR
Durham, NCSouthern Durham

Ragland is also a track standout in high school.

6'1"184Wake Forest
#26Vad LeeQB
Durham, NCHillside

Dual-threat is good fit at Georgia Tech.

6'2"193Georgia Tech
#27Tyler AlbertsDE
Lewisville, NCForsyth Country Day School

Sleeper emerged as a senior and could be a weakside or strongside end in college.

6'8"220N. Carolina
#28Darien RankinDB
Salisbury, NCSalisbury

Earned his UNC offer out of summer camp.

5'11"185N. Carolina
#29Juston BurrisATH
Raleigh, NCBroughton

Was a standout at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'0"177N.C. State
#30Dylan IntemannOL
Wake Forest, NCWake Forest-Rolesville

Could play tackle or guard in college.

6'5"295Wake Forest

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