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Rivals.com South Carolina Postseason Top 30 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Jadeveon ClowneyDE
Rock Hill, SCSouth Pointe

Selected to the Under Armour All-America Game.

6'6"247South Carolina
#2Brandon ShellOL
Charleston, SCGoose Creek

Selected to U.S. Army All American Bowl.

6'7"290South Carolina
#3Charone PeakeWR
Roebuck, SCDorman

Selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

6'3"200Clemson
#4Phillip DukesDT
Manning, SCManning

Selected to Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'3"295South Carolina
#5Lateek TownsendLB
Bennettsville, SCMarlboro County

Selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

6'2"197Clemson
#6Pat MartinDB
Greenville, SCJ. L. Mann

Had stellar showing at Tuscaloosa NIKE Camp.

5'11"196Tennessee
#7Dexter StaleyLB
Williston, SCWilliston Elko

Selected to Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'2"215list
#8Shamier JefferyWR
St. Matthews, SCCalhoun County

Helped team to a 9-3 record as they averaged over 36 points per game.

6'2"195South Carolina
#9Shaq AnthonyOL
Piedmont, SCWren

Helped team average 29.9 points a game in 2010.

6'4"260Clemson
#10Shon CarsonRB
Scranton, SCLake City

Helped team to 10-3 record as a senior.

5'10"195South Carolina
#11Jerell AdamsTE
Summerton, SCScotts Branch

Selected to Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'5"220South Carolina
#12Tony McNealQB
Chester, SCChester

Helped team average 31.6 points a game in 2010.

6'1"190Clemson
#13Everett GolsonQB
Myrtle Beach, SCMyrtle Beach

For the fourth consecutive year he has helped team win 12 or more games in a season.

6'0"170Notre Dame
#14Gerald DixonDE
Rock Hill, SCSouth Pointe

Selected to Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

6'2"260South Carolina
#15Ronnie MartinDB
Spartanburg, SCSpartanburg

Had 44 tackles and 830 return yards last season.

5'11"175South Carolina
#16Justin WorleyQB
Rock Hill, SCNorthwestern

For the third consecutive year he has passed for over 4,000 yards.

6'4"196Tennessee
#17Kevin DoddDT
Greer, SCRiverside

Huge, athletic lineman that can run.

6'5"277Clemson
#18DeShaun WilliamsDT
Central, SCD. W. Daniel

Team gave up seven or less points five times in 2010.

6'1"302Clemson
#19Ryan NortonOL
Mauldin, SCMauldin

Graded out at 93 percent as a junior.

6'3"274Clemson
#20B.J. GoodsonLB
Lamar, SCLamar

Helped lead team to an 11-2 record in 2010.

6'1"225Clemson
#21Desmond FloydDE
Union, SCUnion

Recorded 26 tackles for loss and 17 sacks in 2009.

6'5"230Wake Forest
#22Robert SmithATH
Dorchester, SCWoodland

Helped team to an 11-3 record as they averaged nearly 43 points a game.

5'10"200Clemson
#23Roderick ByersDE
Rock Hill, SCNorthwestern

Helped team to an 11-3 record as they averaged nearly 43 points a game.

6'4"262Clemson
#24Hakeem FlowersWR
Greenville, SCWade Hampton

Team finished 9-3 while averaging 37.7 points a game in 2010.

6'2"173N.C. State
#25Antonio CannonWR
Central, SCD. W. Daniel

Recorded 47 catches for 734 yards and three touchdowns last season.

6'2"175East Carolina
#26Mike RoseDE
Simpsonville, SCHillcrest

Recorded 116 tackles and 10 sacks as a junior.

6'4"215N.C. State
#27Zeph GrimesDB
Bamberg, SCBamberg-Ehrhardt

Recorded 80 tackles and had two picks as a junior.

5'11"202Illinois
#28Julius PendergrassRB
Chester, SCChester

Had tremendous performance at VTO Elite100 in the spring.

5'10"185S. Carolina St.
#29Sam MerrimanLB
Cheraw, SCCheraw

Two-way star high school team.

6'1"190list
#30Brandon WildsRB
Blythewood, SCBlythewood

Big back racked up over 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2009.

6'0"217South Carolina

Rivals.com South Carolina Postseason Top 30 2011

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