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Rivals.com New Jersey Postseason Top 30 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Savon HugginsRB
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Named to the Under Armour All American Game.

6'0"190Rutgers
#2Anthony SaraoLB
Absecon, NJHoly Spirit

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

6'1"220USC
#3Miles ShulerWR
Long Branch, NJLong Branch

Shuler ran a 10.39 100-meter dash time in track as a junior.

5'11"173Rutgers
#4Marquise WrightDT
Paramus, NJParamus Catholic

Two-way star could play defensive tackle or offensive guard in college.

6'3"265Rutgers
#5Damiere ByrdWR
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Byrd ran a 10.42 100-meter dash time in track as a junior.

5'8"165South Carolina
#6Sheldon RoysterDB
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Hard hitting safety also plays running back in high school.

6'0"185South Carolina
#7Bill BeltonATH
Atco, NJWinslow Township

Belton could play running back, receiver, cornerback or safety in college.

5'9"191Penn St.
#8Connor WujciakDE
West Orange, NJSeton Hall Prep

Wujciak is the younger brother of Alex Wujciak at Maryland.

6'3"250Boston Coll.
#9Josue MatiasOL
Union City, NJUnion City

Miss his entire senior season with an injury.

6'5"290Florida St.
#10Angelo MangiroOL
Succasunna, NJRoxbury

Named to the Under Armour All American Game.

6'2"290Penn St.
#11Tanner McEvoyATH
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic

McEvoy could play quarterback, wide receiver or tight end in college.

6'5"200South Carolina
#12Kyle GeorgeDE
Willingboro, NJWillingboro

Athletic enough to play defensive end or tight end in college.

6'4"235Rutgers
#13Gary NovaQB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Nova led his team to the high school national title as a junior and an undefeated season as a senior.

6'2"210Rutgers
#14Max IssakaDE
Woodbridge, NJWoodbridge

Had more than 50 tackles as a senior defensive end.

6'3"240Rutgers
#15Quinton AlstonLB
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Missed much of his senior year with an injury but returned for the playoffs.

6'1"234Iowa
#16Keith LumpkinOL
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Lumpkin was a big-time basketball prospect before focusing on football as a junior.

6'8"295Rutgers
#17Jack TabbTE
Red Bank, NJRed Bank Catholic

Tabb could be a tight end or defensive end in college.

6'4"230N. Carolina
#18Charles DavisDB
Neptune, NJNeptune

David could play running back in college but likely projects as a cornerback.

5'11"191Rutgers
#19Shane MertzOL
Hazlet, NJRaritan

Big offensive lineman committed to Northwestern early.

6'7"280Northwestern
#20Andrew CampolattanoLB
Bound Brook, NJBound Brook

Campolattano is a three-time state champ in wrestling as well.

6'2"210list
#21Shilique CalhounDE
Middletown, NJMiddletown North

Calhoun, who is also a top basketball player, could play defensive end or tight end in college.

6'5"225Michigan St.
#22Ryan MalleckTE
Point Pleasant Boro, NJPoint Pleasant Borough

Pass-catching tight end can also block effectively.

6'5"230Virginia Tech
#23Cameron DickersonWR
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic

Had 36 catches for 701 yards and 8 scores as a senior.

6'3"195Northwestern
#24DeVante WaughWR
Atco, NJWinslow Township

Waugh had 48 catches for nearly 1,000 yards as a senior.

6'0"165list
#25Kevin MillerTE
Delran, NJHoly Cross

Miller could be a tight end or defensive end in college.

6'4"241UCF
#26Mike BimonteQB
Manalapan, NJManalapan

Led his team to an 8-3 record as a senior.

6'4"205Rutgers
#27Kevin MonangaiRB
West Orange, NJSeton Hall Prep

Rushed for more than 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior.

5'10"195Villanova
#28Daryl StephensonDT
Parlin, NJSayreville War Memorial

Big man could play defensive end or defensive tackle in college.

6'3"270Rutgers
#29Cole FarrandLB
Sparta, NJPope John XXIII

Led his team to a 10-1 record as a senior.

6'2"233Maryland
#30Shutang MungwaDB
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic

Had nearly 40 tackles as a senior.

6'2"200Syracuse

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