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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Bryce BrownRB
Wichita, KSWichita East

New No. 1: Earned Co-MVP in U.S. Army All-American Bowl, rushing for 45 yards and catching two touchdown passes.

5 stars6'0"215Tennessee
#2Rueben RandleWR
Bastrop, LABastrop

Playing out of position at quarterback as a senior, Randle passed for 2,461 yards and 20 touchdowns. He added 683 yards and 12 more touchdowns on the ground.

5 stars6'3"195LSU
#3D.J. FlukerOL
Foley, ALFoley

Big mover: Fluker completed two weeks of dominating performances at the Alabama/Mississippi All-Star Classic and U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'7"350Alabama
#4Sheldon RichardsonDT
St. Louis, MOGateway High

U.S. Army All-American selection helped lead his team deep in the Missouri state playoffs by doing damage on both sides of the football. Had a quarterback sack, a hurry and a tackle for a loss in the Army game.

5 stars6'4"292Missouri
#5Matt BarkleyQB
Santa Ana, CAMater Dei

Big mover: Earned MVP Award at the Under Armour All- American Game by passing for 237 yards and two touchdowns.

5 stars6'2"226USC
#6Trent RichardsonRB
Pensacola, FLEscambia

Rushed for 2,090 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior.

5 stars5'11"210Alabama
#7Russell ShepardQB
Houston, TXCypress Ridge

In 2008, Shepard rushed for 835 yards and 11 touchdowns - in his team’s three playoff games.

5 stars6'1"179LSU
#8Devon KennardDE
Phoenix, AZDesert Vista

Notes: Was on his way to another amazing season after dominating this summer and the previous two seasons, but an injury has sidelined him for the rest of the season. Having him ranked here reflects Kennard’s amazing potential.

5 stars6'3"257USC
#9Vontaze BurfictLB
Corona, CACentennial

Was the third-leading tackler for the West team in the Army Bowl. He also dominated in all-star game practices, capping off an amazing senior season that saw him lead his team to a CIF title and a state championship.

5 stars6'2"244Arizona St.
#10Jelani JenkinsLB
Olney, MDGood Counsel

Jenkins led his team to an 11-1 record as a senior and was a standout at the Crab Bowl and the Under Armour All-American Game.

5 stars6'2"220Florida
#11Dre KirkpatrickDB
Gadsden, ALGadsden City

Kirkpatrick is a rare find because he is a big cornerback prospect with great ball skills. He could also be an outstanding safety.

5 stars6'2"180Alabama
#12Manti Te'oLB
Laie, HIPunahou

Recorded 90 tackles, five sacks and rushed for 400 yards and 10 TDs as a junior. In 2008 he had 98 tackles in nine games (10.9 per game).

5 stars6'2"225Notre Dame
#13Ray Ray ArmstrongATH
Sanford, FLSeminole

New five star: Led his high school team to the 6A state championship. His Seminole High team was the first non-South Florida squad to win the 6A title since Apopka in 2001.

5 stars6'4"218Miami (FL)
#14Alex OkaforDE
Pflugerville, TXPflugerville

As a senior, Okafor picked up 59 tackles and nine sacks.

5 stars6'4"232Texas
#15Jacobbi McDanielDT
Greenville, FLMadison

McDaniel is a strong and powerful defensive tackle prospect that can really push the pocket. He was the top defensive lineman at the Under Armour All-Star Game in Orlando.

5 stars6'0"267Florida St.
#16Donte MossDE
Jacksonville, NCNorthside

Moss was arguably the top defender in both the Shrine Bowl and the U.S. Army All- American Bowl.

5 stars6'4"235N. Carolina
#17Janzen JacksonDB
Lake Charles, LABarbe

Recorded 93 tackles and five interceptions as a senior.

5 stars6'0"174Tennessee
#18Garrett GilbertQB
Austin, TXLake Travis

Rewrote the record books in Texas, finishing as a senior with career passing marks in yardage and touchdowns as well as single-season touchdown and yardage marks.

5 stars6'4"205Texas
#19Patrick HallATH
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

U.S. Army All-America member averaged 9.69 yards a carry as a senior and had 11 touchdown runs in 2009. He made several dozen tackles from his safety spot.

5 stars6'1"181USC
#20Craig LostonDB
Aldine, TXEisenhower

Recorded three tackles and a spectacular pass breakup in the Under Armour All-American game following a dominating week of practice.

5 stars6'2"193LSU
#21Andre DeboseWR
Sanford, FLSeminole

Debose is a Percy Harvin-type of player that should be a perfect fit in the Florida offense. He made an incredible touchdown catch with 33 seconds left in the state title game to help lead his team over Miami Northwestern.

5 stars6'0"170Florida
#22Christine MichaelRB
Beaumont, TXWest Brook

In nine games as a senior, Michael rushed for 1,414 yards and 25 touchdowns.

5 stars5'11"202Texas A&M
#23Gary BrownDT
Quincy, FLWest Gadsden

New five star: Recorded one tackle for loss, and three quarterback hurries in the Under Armour All American Game.

5 stars6'3"275Florida
#24Darius WinstonDB
West Helena, ARCentral

Despite teams throwing away from him, Winston managed to pull in eight interceptions and broke up nine more passes as a senior.

5 stars6'0"180Arkansas
#25Chris DavenportDT
Mansfield, LAMansfield

Despite missing much of his senior season with a knee injury, Davenport still managed 45 tackles and nine sacks in only four games.

5 stars6'4"318LSU
#26William CampbellDT
Detroit, MICass Tech

Campbell was one of the more dominating players for the East squad in the Army practices on both sides of the ball. While he was recruited at defensive tackle, his play as an offensive tackle could potentially open up even more opportunities for greatness in the future.

5 stars6'5"317Michigan
#27Greg ReidDB
Valdosta, GALowndes

New five star: Named Georgia player of the year, and recorded two interceptions in UA All American Game.

5 stars5'9"175Florida St.
#28Branden SmithDB
Atlanta, GAWashington

Smith is a cornerback with blazing speed and very good cover skills. He's also dangerous with the ball in his hands and could see some time on offense in Athens.

5 stars5'11"171Georgia
#29Mason WaltersOL
Wolfforth, TXFrenship

New five star: Was the most physically gifted lineman at the UA All American practices.

5 stars6'6"290Texas
#30T.J. McDonaldDB
Fresno, CAEdison

New five star: His physical presence and ability at the U. S. Army All-American practices was reminiscent of his father, Tim McDonald.

5 stars6'2"200USC
#31Corey BrownDB
Monroeville, PAGateway

New five star: Recorded three interceptions in the Hawaii/Mainland All-Star game, and had a touchdown catch in the U. S. Army All American Game.

5 stars6'0"180Ohio St.
#32Nico JohnsonLB
Andalusia, ALAndalusia

New five star: Johnson led the West squad with four solo tackles, including two tackles for loss, in the Army all-star game.

5 stars6'3"226Alabama
#33Dorian BellLB
Monroeville, PAGateway

Bell averaged nearly nine tackles per game as a senior and led his team to a 12-1 record.

5 stars6'0"226Ohio St.
#34Willie DownsATH
Tallahassee, FLGodby

Recorded four tackles, two tackles for a loss, and had an interception return for touchdown in the U. S. Army All American Game.

4 stars6'2"192Florida St.
#35Justin TurnerDB
Massillon, OHWashington

Recorded 40 tackles, three interceptions, five tackles for loss and returned 11 kicks for 355 yards as a senior. Was one of the more dominating players in the Army Bowl, leading the East team with seven tackles and one interception.

4 stars6'2"186Michigan
#36Jamarkus McFarlandDT
Lufkin, TXLufkin

Along with being a force on the gridiron, McFarland was named to the Texas Academic All-State team.

4 stars6'3"280Oklahoma
#37Xavier NixonOL
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

Nixon won the left tackle job on the East squad at the U.S. Army All American Bowl after leading his high school team to a 14-2 record.

4 stars6'6"263Florida
#38Malliciah GoodmanDE
Florence, SCWest Florence

Goodman is big and athletic, but he is a bit raw. However, the defensive lineman has a very high ceiling.

4 stars6'4"255Clemson
#39Randall CarrollATH
Los Angeles, CACathedral

Speed kills, and Carroll is one of the fastest in the nation. He has recorded a sub-10.5 100-meters. He also had a tremendous senior season with an average of more than 18 yards per catch.

4 stars5'10"175UCLA
#40David WilsonRB
Danville, VAGeorge Washington

Wilson scored two touchdowns in the Hawaii prep Classic after scoring 28 as a senior.

4 stars5'11"192Virginia Tech
#41Cliff HarrisDB
Fresno, CAEdison

Big mover: Demonstrated the best cover skills of any defensive back during the U. S. Army All American practices.

4 stars6'0"165Oregon
#42Nick KasaDE
Broomfield, COLegacy

Big mover: Kasa recorded one tackle, two quarterback hurries and had a stellar week of practice at the U. S. Army All American Game.

4 stars6'7"245Colorado
#43Gabe LynnDB
Jenks, OKJenks

Lynn was a key factor in helping his Jenks team play for the state championship. He had 42 tackles as a senior, including a season-high seven tackles against rival Muskogee.

4 stars6'0"185Oklahoma
#44Ronnell LewisLB
Dewar, OKDewar

Big mover: Recorded four tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in the UA All American Game.

4 stars6'3"220Oklahoma
#45Shayne SkovLB
Pawling, NYTrinity Pawling

Skov led the East in tackles for a loss in the U.S. Army All American Bowl despite an injury-plagued senior year.

4 stars6'2"235Stanford
#46Aaron MurrayQB
Tampa, FLPlant

Everyone knows Murray is a terrific and accurate passer. But he also showed toughness and courage after breaking his leg mid-way through the season. He came back to lead Tampa Plant to a state championship.

4 stars6'0"198Georgia
#47Chris FaulkOL
Slidell, LANorthshore

At 6 feet 6 and 310 pounds, Faulk has been clocked at less than 5 seconds in the 40.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#48Jheranie BoydWR
Gastonia, NCAshbrook

Averaged more than 20 yards per catch as a junior and senior. Has run a 22.1 in the 200-meter dash.

4 stars6'2"184N. Carolina
#49Morgan MosesOL
Richmond, VAMeadowbrook

Moses led his team to a 9-3 record as a senior and was named to the Hawaii Prep Classic and the U.S. Army All American Bowl.

4 stars6'7"347Virginia
#50Patrick PattersonWR
Macon, MSNoxubee County

In his team’s state championship victory, Patterson rushed for 49 yards on seven carries and added 104 yards receiving on four receptions while doubling as a lock-down cornerback.

4 stars6'3"215Mississippi
#51Tajh BoydQB
Hampton, VAPhoebus

Boyd was the co-MVP of the U.S. Army All American Bowl after throwing three touchdown passes.

4 stars6'0"208Clemson
#52Marcus HallOL
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

The imposing line prospect led one of the top teams in Ohio. He could also play inside if things don’t work out at tackle.

4 stars6'5"290Ohio St.
#53Marlon BrownWR
Memphis, TNHarding Academy

In a state championship loss, Brown caught four passes for 199 yards and rushed for 139 yards on eight carries. He had four touchdowns on only 12 touches.

4 stars6'5"205Georgia
#54Zeke MottaLB
Vero Beach, FLVero Beach

Big mover: Motta recorded 137 tackles, eight tackles for a loss, seven pass breakups and three sacks during his senior season.

4 stars6'2"207Notre Dame
#55Calvin HowellDT
San Antonio, TXWarren

Big mover: Not only was Howell one of the most physically impressive lineman at the U. S. Army All-American Bowl practices, but he also came back from an injury during the week.

4 stars6'4"280Texas
#56Jaamal BerryRB
Miami, FLMiami Palmetto

Berry is a cat-quick and speedy back from South Florida who also can catch out of the backfield.

4 stars5'10"185Ohio St.
#57Edwin BakerRB
Oak Park, MIOak Park

Baker missed most of his senior season with an injury, but he impressed in summer camps, including the FBU Top Gun Camp.

4 stars5'10"204Michigan St.
#58Terry HawthorneWR
East St. Louis, ILEast St. Louis

His coaches call him the team’s “go-to guy,” and Hawthorne came through in the clutch plenty as a senior. He was a major reason why East St. Louis won a state championship.

4 stars6'0"168Illinois
#59Michael FordRB
Leesville, LALeesville

Ford rushed for just less than 3,000 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars5'10"200LSU
#60Tyrik RollisonQB
Sulphur Springs, TXSulphur Springs

He averaged more than 295 yards passing per game as a senior and threw for 51 touchdowns.

4 stars6'2"185Auburn
#61Ryne GiddinsDE
Seffner, FLArmwood

Giddins, who is one of the nation’s best pass rushers, gives South Florida one of the biggest commitments in team history for Bulls coach Jim Leavitt.

4 stars6'4"235South Florida
#62Orson CharlesWR
Tampa, FLPlant

Charles, who had 75 catches for 1,421 yards and 21 touchdowns, helped lead his team to a 4A Florida state championship.

4 stars6'2"230Georgia
#63Xavier Su'a FiloOL
Provo, UTTimpview

Big mover: He led his team to back-to-back undefeated seasons and state championships.

4 stars6'4"285UCLA
#64Jon BosticLB
Wellington, FLPalm Beach Central

Bostic is a versatile and talented linebacker prospect who can play all three linebacker positions.

4 stars6'1"218Florida
#65Rodney SmithWR
Miami, FLArchbishop Carroll

Smith is a big and athletic wide receiver who can jump through the gym. Smith caught 32 passes for 705 yards and 10 scores in 2008.

4 stars6'6"202Florida St.
#66Michael PhilippOL
San Bernardino, CAArroyo Valley

Philipp, who was part of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, can play guard, tackle or center.

4 stars6'3"320Oregon St.
#67Tana PatrickLB
Stevenson, ALNorth Jackson

Patrick is an athletic linebacker prospect who was a two-way star in high school.

4 stars6'3"215Alabama
#68Nu'Keese RichardsonWR
Pahokee, FLPahokee

Richardson is a speedy slot receiver who is at his best with the ball in space. He’s quick, fast and very explosive.

4 stars5'8"151Tennessee
#69Garrett PorterOL
Odessa, TXPermian

Porter anchored an offensive line that led Odessa Permian to consecutive undefeated regular seasons.

4 stars6'6"308Texas
#70Demonte McAllisterDE
Tampa, FLAlonso

He dominated the offensive tackles all week at the Under Armour All-American Game practices.

4 stars6'3"263Florida St.
#71Logan ThomasTE
Lynchburg, VABrookville

Thomas made the transition from quarterback to wideout at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

4 stars6'6"233Virginia Tech
#72Jarvis JonesDE
Columbus, GACarver

Jones missed most of the playoffs with a broken hand. He could play MIKE, SAM or even put his hand down at the next level.

4 stars6'3"226USC
#73Justin ChaissonDE
Las Vegas, NVBishop Gorman

Big mover: Chiasson recorded three tackles and two sacks in the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"252Oklahoma
#74Jamie WoodDB
Pickerington, OHPickerington Central

A longtime Ohio State pledge, Wood had 79 total tackles, eight pass breakups and six tackles for a loss as a senior.

4 stars6'2"190Ohio St.
#75Bryce McNealWR
Minneapolis, MNBreck

McNeal had two receptions in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl, where he also announced he was heading to Clemson.

4 stars6'2"170Clemson
#76Cierre WoodRB
Oxnard, CASanta Clara

Wood, the main offensive weapon for his high school team this past season, rushed for 1,526 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'0"192Notre Dame
#77Chris WattOL
Glen Ellyn, ILGlenbard West

Watt helped his team go deep in the Illinois state playoffs as a senior.

4 stars6'3"280Notre Dame
#78Kevin BrentDB
Dallas, TXSouth Oak Cliff

Brent showed his versatility by lining up at middle linebacker during his senior season out of necessity.

4 stars5'11"196Oklahoma
#79Jerod AskewLB
Chesapeake, VAOscar Smith

Askew led his team to a 15-0 record and a state title this season.

4 stars6'0"230Tennessee
#80Lamar MillerRB
Miami, FLKillian

Miller had a big senior season down in Dade County, rushing for more than 1,700 yards and scoring 22 touchdowns.

4 stars5'11"205Miami (FL)
#81Chris BurnetteOL
LaGrange, GATroup

Burnette is a strong and powerful offensive guard prospect who is a much better run-blocker at this stage.

4 stars6'2"300Georgia
#82Justin GreenDB
Louisville, KYMale

Green had a 254-yard, five-touchdown rushing performance this season, but he’s a CB prospect who can fly.

4 stars5'10"178Illinois
#83Donavan TateATH
Cartersville, GACartersville

Tate is a super athlete who if he decides to play football, could end up at QB, RB, DB or even LB. Chances are, though, he gets drafted in the first round of the MLB draft in June.

4 stars6'2"205N. Carolina
#84Stephon GilmoreATH
Rock Hill, SCSouth Pointe

Gilmore led his team to the 4A DII state championship while earning player of the year honors.

4 stars6'1"180South Carolina
#85David BarrentOL
West Des Moines, IAValley

“Has long arms, which he uses to excel in pass protection,” Rivals.com analyst Barry Every said. “He also has a frame that easily can hold 320 pounds, and he runs on the balls of his feet.”

4 stars6'8"290Michigan St.
#86Kevin GrafOL
Agoura, CAAgoura

A solid senior season was capped off by a strong showing in the Under Amour All-American Game.

4 stars6'6"301USC
#87Damario JefferyATH
Columbia, SCColumbia

Jeffery is a great athlete who missed the second half of his senior year with a knee injury. He’s good enough to play on either side of the ball at WR or S, but he will likely grow into a LB.

4 stars6'3"215South Carolina
#88Eric ShriveOL
Scranton, PAWest Scranton

Shrive has an outstanding week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and a solid senior season despite his team’s 3-7 record.

4 stars6'7"302Penn St.
#89Corey AdamsDT
Scottsdale, AZSaguaro

Big mover: Adams helped lead his team to its third consecutive state title and impressed at the UA Game.

4 stars6'3"277Arizona St.
#90Duron CarterWR
Fort Lauderdale, FLSt. Thomas Aquinas

Big mover: Carter was spectacular in Orlando, proving he was the top receiver on either squad at the Under Armour practices. He lacks great speed but runs great routes and catches everything in sight.

4 stars6'2"183Ohio St.
#91Chris WhaleyATH
Madisonville, TXMadisonville

In only nine games as a senior, Whaley rushed for 1,925 yards and 24 touchdowns.

4 stars6'3"232Texas
#92Brandon McGeeDB
Lauderhill, FLPlantation

This all-around player recorded 31 tackles and two interceptions while accumulating 300 yards receiving.

4 stars5'11"186Miami (FL)
#93DeOnte ArnettDE
Forestville, MDForestville Military Acad

Big mover: Arnett was arguably the most impressive defensive player at the Crab Bowl.

4 stars6'3"243Maryland
#94Fletcher CoxDE
Yazoo City, MSYazoo City

At 6 feet 4 and 240 pounds, Cox competes in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 in track.

4 stars6'4"240Mississippi St.
#95Abry JonesDT
Warner Robins, GANorthside School

Jones will eventually be a 300-pound defensive tackle for the University of Georgia.

4 stars6'3"273Georgia
#96Morrell PresleyWR
Carson, CACarson

Presley had three catches for 40 yards in the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'4"215UCLA
#97David OkuRB
Lincoln, NEEast

Oku rushed for 3,090 yards and 39 TDs in his last two seasons, and he helped lead his team to the Class 5A state championship game as a senior.

4 stars5'10"186Tennessee
#98Byron MooreDB
Harbor City, CANarbonne

Moore played his way into the Rivals100 with jaw-dropping performances at the USC Rising Star Camp and FBU Top Gun Camp. He helped Narbonne go deep in the CIF City Section playoffs.

4 stars6'0"188USC
#99Alshon JefferyWR
St. Matthews, SCCalhoun County

Rivals.com analysts said Jeffrey had some of the best hands at the Under Armour All-American Game.

4 stars6'3"214South Carolina
#100John MartinezOL
Salt Lake City, UTCottonwood Senior

The ultra-quick lineman could play any position on the OL, but he could be an elite center prospect.

4 stars6'2"264USC