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Rivals.com New Jersey Postseason Top 30 2013

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Al-Quadin MuhammadDE
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Muhammad had over 10 sacks while leading his team to the state semifinals.

4 stars6'4"225Miami (FL)
#2Brendan MahonOL
Randolph, NJRandolph

Mahon helped his team to a 7-4 season this fall.

4 stars6'5"315Penn St.
#3Eli AppleDB
Voorhees, NJEastern

Through 10 games, Apple had 45 tackles, 2 interceptions, 17 pass-breakups, 3 forced fumbles and 1 blocked kick. Offensively he added 39 receptions for 770 yards and four touchdowns.

4 stars6'0"185Ohio St.
#4Garrett SickelsDE
Little Silver, NJRed Bank Regional

In 10 games this season, Sickels had 12 sacks.

4 stars6'4"245Penn St.
#5Kevin OlsenQB
Wayne, NJWayne Hills

Olsen missed a majority of his senior season with an injury, but he was healthy for four games and threw for 435 yards and five touchdowns.

4 stars6'3"196Miami (FL)
#6Nadir BarnwellATH
Piscataway, NJPiscataway

Going into the state semifinals, Barnwell had passed for 459 yards and five touchdowns. He also helped lead a defense that allowed 11 points per game.

4 stars6'0"190Rutgers
#7Corey ClementRB
Glassboro, NJGlassboro

Clement had complied 2,122 yards rushing on 182 carries and scored 32 rushing touchdowns heading into the state finals.

4 stars5'11"205Wisconsin
#8Tashawn BowerDE
Somerville, NJImmaculata

Bower finished his senior season with over 90 tackles and 16 sacks.

4 stars6'5"241LSU
#9Greg WebbDT
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Webb missed the majority of the season with an injury but has played sparingly, helping his team get to the state finals.

4 stars6'2"290N. Carolina
#10Dajaun DrennonDE
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

In ten games this year, Drennon had 85 tackles and 15 sacks.

3 stars6'3"230N. Carolina
#11Brad HensonOL
Toms River, NJMonsignor Donovan

Henson anchored the offensive line for the Griffins this year.

3 stars6'5"275N. Carolina
#12Rashad KinlawATH
Galloway, NJAbsegami

After coming back from a broken leg, Kinlaw had a very successful season.

3 stars6'2"184Notre Dame
#13Marcell LazardOL
Bloomfield, NJBloomfield

Lazard’s dominant play on the line helped Bloomfield to a 9-3 season this year.

3 stars6'6"293West Virginia
#14Tre BellDB
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

Bell finished his senior season with 30 tackles, two interceptions, 12 pass breakups, two receiving touchdowns and one punt return for a touchdown.

3 stars5'11"170Vanderbilt
#15Myles NashATH
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Nash totaled 81 tackles, 14 sacks, two forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and over 700 yards of total offense with four touchdowns.

3 stars6'5"205Rutgers
#16Zaire WilliamsRB
Sicklerville, NJTimber Creek

Williams rushed for 1,034 yards on 120 carries and scored 13 touchdowns this season.

3 stars5'11"188Temple
#17Kyle QueiroATH
Oradell, NJBergen Catholic

Queiro helped his team to an 8-4 season this year.

3 stars6'3"185Northwestern
#18Anthony CioffiDB
Springfield, NJJonathan Dayton Regional

Cioffi racked up 879 yards rushing, 13 rushing touchdowns, 80 tackles, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, two interceptions, one defensive touchdowns and eight special teams touchdowns.

3 stars5'11"170Rutgers
#19Damon MitchellQB
Egg Harbor City, NJCedar Creek

Mitchell had a successful season and led his team to a 11-3 record.

3 stars6'2"205Arkansas
#20TJ TaylorATH
Monmouth Junction, NJSouth Brunswick

This season, Taylor had 33 catches for 615 yards and four touchdowns. On defense he had 50 tackles, four interceptions, 15 pass breakups, one forced fumble and two defensive touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"186Rutgers
#21Dorian MillerOL
Metuchen, NJMetuchen

Miller’s older brother is a wide receiver for the Oklahoma Sooners

3 stars6'2"295Rutgers
#22Ricky JeuneWR
Montvale, NJSt. Joseph's

Fighting double coverage during his senior season, Jeune made 36 catches for 882 yards with ten touchdowns.

3 stars6'3"205Georgia Tech
#23Brandon BellLB
Mays Landing, NJOakcrest

Bell finished his senior season with 111 tackles, two sacks, four forced fumbles, and one interception in eight games.

3 stars6'1"220Penn St.
#24Jarred AlwanLB
Cherry Hill, NJCamden Catholic

Alwan enjoyed a successful season and helped his team to a 8-4 record.

3 stars6'0"212Temple
#25Al-Rasheed BentonLB
Newark, NJShabazz

During his senior season, Benton finished with 110 tackles, eight sacks, 610 rushing yards and ten touchdowns.

3 stars6'2"220West Virginia
#26Ishmael HymanWR
Holmdel, NJSt John Vianney

Battling a knee injury last season, Hyman recorded 29 catches for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns.

3 stars6'0"169Kansas
#27Buddy BrownLB
Williamstown, NJWilliamstown

Brown had a very good season, leading his team to an undefeated record.

3 stars6'3"205Temple
#28Anthony AverettATH
Woodbury, NJWoodbury

The versatile Averett racked up 70 tackles, five interceptions, 12 pass breakups, 13 passing touchdowns, 15 rushing touchdowns and over 2,000 total yards.

3 stars6'0"170Alabama
#29Hunter KnightonOL
Princeton, NJHun School

As a senior, Knighton had 48 tackles, ten sacks and six batted passes in six games.

3 stars6'5"265Miami (FL)
#30Charles CallinanWR
Jersey City, NJSt. Peter's Prep

This year, Callinan had 33 catches for 565 yards and nine touchdowns.

3 stars6'4"200Boston Coll.

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