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Rivals.com Indiana Postseason Top 20 2009

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Montez RobinsonDE
Avon, INAvon

Robinson moved to Indiana from West Blocton, Ala., following his sophomore year.

6'5"235Georgia
#2Zack MartinOL
Indianapolis, INBishop Chatard

Martin's father played at Kentucky.

6'5"270Notre Dame
#3Jordan BarnesLB
Fort Wayne, INHomestead

Barnes recorded 61 tackles in 10 games as a junior.

6'0"225Oklahoma St.
#4Jordan LuallenQB
Greenwood, INCenter Grove

He earned first-team all-state and all-conference honors as a junior.

6'3"196Georgia Tech
#5Morgan NewtonQB
Carmel, INCarmel

Newton was named MVP of the Class 5A state championship game in 2007.

6'4"220Kentucky
#6Duwyce WilsonWR
Columbus, INEast

During his junior season, Wilson caught 49 passes for 947 yards and 12 touchdowns.

6'3"190Indiana
#7TyQuan HammockLB
Fort Wayne, INBishop Luers

Earned all-area and all-region honors as a junior.

6'1"220Michigan St.
#8Jordan SteppDT
Indianapolis, INBen Davis

Named the defensive line MVP at the Columbus NIKE Camp.

6'0"286Cincinnati
#9Dolapo MacarthyQB
Merrillville, INMerrillville

Last fall, he accounted for more than 2,000 yards of total offense and 23 touchdowns for the 12-2 Pirates.

6'5"200
#10Tyler EifertTE
Fort Wayne, INBishop Dwenger

Earned all-state honors as a junior.

6'6"220Notre Dame
#11Kyle KoehneOL
Indianapolis, INCathedral

Earned honorable mention Army All-America Combine honors by Rivals.com.

6'6"290Florida
#12Edward Wright-BakerQB
Jeffersonville, INJeffersonville

Earned all-league honors as a junior.

6'2"205Indiana
#13Nick ZacheryATH
Sheridan, INSheridan Middle

Accounted for more than 3,000 yards of total offense with more than 40 touchdowns in 2007.

6'1"195Indiana
#14Ed HazelettOL
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Two-sport star has played for back-to-back Class 5A football champions.

6'8"270W. Kentucky
#15Will SaddlerLB
Columbus, INEast

Suffered a knee injury in the state playoffs last fall, but is expected to be 100 percent in 2008.

6'5"225Cincinnati
#16Dusty KielQB
Columbus, INEast

Kiel threw for nearly 2,600 yards last season, while completing about 60 percent of his passes.

6'3"220Indiana
#17Brooks MichelOL
Carmel, INCarmel

Was an honorable mention all-state selection as a junior. He helped his team to a 13-2 record.

6'7"280Minnesota
#18Dakotah TylerRB
Indianapolis, INPike

Helped Pike make it to the Indiana 5A state championship game in 2007.

6'0"205Kentucky
#19Lawrence BarnettDB
Fort Wayne, INBishop Luers

Barnett is being recruited as both a cornerback and a punt returner.

5'10"180Indiana
#20Eric WilliamsRB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

"He's a national sprinter," his coach said. "He's ran as fast as a 10.6 100-meter dash. He's a tremendous athlete and a tremendous football player."

6'0"200Ball St.

Rivals.com Indiana Postseason Top 20 2009

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