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2007 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Pennsylvania Top 40 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Derrick MorganDE
Coatesville, PACoatesville

As a junior was all-conference and all-area selection.

4 stars6'4"260Georgia Tech
#2Chaz PowellDB
New Freedom, PASusquehannock

Blocked 16 field goal and extra point attempts in 2005.

4 stars6'1"184Penn St.
#3Toney ClemonsWR
New Kensington, PAValley

Was named all-conference and to the WPIAL All-Class AA team.

4 stars6'2"205Michigan
#4Pat BostickQB
Lancaster, PAManheim Township

Was an Associated Press second-team AAAA all-state selection as a junior.

4 stars6'3"220Pittsburgh
#5Stefen WisniewskiOL
Pittsburgh, PACentral Catholic

As a junior was selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Fabulous 22 and the Tribune-Review's Terrific 25.

4 stars6'3"275Penn St.
#6Nick SukayDB
Greensburg, PACentral Catholic

Was a first team Class AA all-state selection by the Associated Press as a junior.

4 stars6'3"200Penn St.
#7Chris JacobsonOL
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

As a junior was a first team all-conference selection on defense and a second team all-conference selection on offense.

4 stars6'3"284Pittsburgh
#8Rob GronkowskiTE
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Huge target is one of the best tight ends in the country.

4 stars6'6"232Arizona
#9Nathan StuparLB
State College, PAState College

As a junior was an Associated Press first team AAAA all-state selection.

4 stars6'2"220Penn St.
#10Steve PaskorzATH
Pittsburgh, PAHampton

Was a first team AAA all-state selection by the Associated Press.

4 stars6'1"215Notre Dame
#11Maurice WilliamsWR
Erie, PAStrong Vincent

As a junior, Williams earned all region honors as both a quarterback and defensive back.

3 stars6'0"184Pittsburgh
#12Brandon LindseyLB
Aliquippa, PAAliquippa

As a junior was named first team all-conference on both sides of the ball and was named to the all-WPIAL Class AA team.

3 stars6'2"220Pittsburgh
#13Andrew DevlinTE
Pittsburgh, PAMt. Lebanon

Caught 12 passes for 100 yards as a junior.

3 stars6'6"255Virginia
#14Josh MarksOL
Catawissa, PASouthern Columbia

As a junior was a first team Class A all-state selection by the Associated Press.

3 stars6'5"300Penn St.
#15Derek MoyeWR
Rochester, PARochester

As a junior was selected to the Pittsburgh Tribune's Terrific 25 and also the Big 7 Conference MVP.

3 stars6'4"182Penn St.
#16Dan MathaOL
Erie, PAMcDowell

As a junior he was an Associated Press first team AAAA all-state selection.

3 stars6'6"311Pittsburgh
#17Gino GradkowskiOL
Pittsburgh, PASeton La Salle

As a junior was selected Class AA second team all-state by the Associated Press.

3 stars6'3"287West Virginia
#18Evan BlankenshipOL
Monaca, PACenter

Was named all-conference as a junior.

3 stars6'3"310Ohio St.
#19Myles CarageinDE
Pittsburgh, PAKeystone Oaks

All-conference selection as a junior.

3 stars6'1"258Pittsburgh
#20Chris DragerTE
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

Was an all-conference selection as both a sophomore and as a junior.

3 stars6'4"232Virginia Tech
#21Henry HynoskiRB
Catawissa, PASouthern Columbia

Named first team Class A all-state the Associated Press after junior season.

3 stars6'0"235Pittsburgh
#22Dominique JosephDB
Philadelphia, PARoman Catholic

Had six interceptions as a junior.

3 stars6'0"195Virginia
#23Jon DittoWR
Monroeville, PAGateway

As a junior he was an Associated Press second team AAAA all-state selection.

3 stars6'3"221Penn St.
#24Cody CatalinaQB
Greensburg, PACentral Catholic

Led his team to an undefeated regular season and was named all-conference as a junior.

3 stars6'2"200Syracuse
#25Richard MuldrowOL
York, PAWilliam Penn

As a junior was first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state.

3 stars6'6"293Rutgers
#26Paul SimkovichOL
Latrobe, PAGreater Latrobe

Was named all-section as a junior.

3 stars6'4"298Akron
#27Brad HallickOL
Pottsville, PAPottsville

Was named all-region as a junior.

3 stars6'6"275Stanford
#28Caleb RuchOL
Quakertown, PAQuakertown

As a junior was all-conference and all-area.

3 stars6'3"285Rutgers
#29Donny BarclayOL
Harmony, PASeneca Valley

Was named second team all-conference as a junior.

3 stars6'4"283West Virginia
#30Max SuterDB
Greensburg, PAGreensburg Central Catholic

Was selected to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Terrific 25 East team.

3 stars5'11"185Syracuse
#31Mike DykesOL
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Was a first team all-conference selection as a junior.

3 stars6'4"275N. Carolina
#32Mark AmbroseTE
Mt. Carmel, PAMt. Carmel

Has played tight end, defensive end, wide receiver and running back.

3 stars6'6"225Virginia
#33Dan PersaQB
Bethlehem, PALiberty

Named Pennsylvania player of the year as a junior after leading his team to the class 4A finals.

3 stars6'2"201Northwestern
#34Dom DeCiccoWR
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

Was a first team All-Big Seven Conference selection as a junior.

3 stars6'2"196Pittsburgh
#35Greg GaskinsOL
York, PAWilliam Penn

Earned second team all-county honors at center as a junior.

3 stars6'2"280Pittsburgh
#36Cameron HollandOL
Pittsburgh, PAPerry Traditional Academy

Was a first team all-city selection as a sophomore and junior.

3 stars6'2"275N. Carolina
#37Gary BardzakOL
Pottsville, PAPottsville

Was named a second team all-area and all-county selection as a junior.

3 stars6'4"292Connecticut
#38C.J. MarckLB
Fairless Hills, PAPennsbury

Was second team all-conference as a junior and first team all-county.

3 stars6'2"224Connecticut
#39Matt RodgersQB
Pittsburgh, PASeton La Salle

Quick quarterback able to move the pocket.

3 stars6'2"193Akron
#40D.J. LenehanQB
Easton, PAWilson Area

The next MAC star quarterback?

3 stars6'3"190Toledo

Rivals.com Pennsylvania Top 40 2007

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