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Rivals.com Missouri Postseason Top 20 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Nick DemienOL
Wentzville, MOTimberland

Was selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, despite missing most of his senior season with an injury.

6'6"295Missouri
#2Marcus LucasWR
Liberty, MOLiberty Senior

Lucas tallied more than 1,200 yards and 20 TDs as a junior and was selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

6'5"195Missouri
#3Kony EalyDE
New Madrid, MONew Madrid County Central

One of Missouri's top two-sport athletes, Ealy is a force both on the gridiron and on the basketball court.

6'5"230Missouri
#4Keeston TerryWR
Blue Springs, MOBlue Springs

Terry earned all-metro honors as a junior and a senior.

6'2"179Kansas
#5Trey MillardTE
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Being recruited at a number of different positions, including linebacker, tight end and H-back.

6'2"245Oklahoma
#6Brandon BourbonRB
Potosi, MOPotosi R3

Small-school back dominates against the competition.

6'2"205Kansas
#7Chase RomeDT
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Rome had 77 tackles and four sacks in 2008.

6'3"290Nebraska
#8Tyler GabbertQB
Ballwin, MOParkway West

Threw for 1,850 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2008.

6'0"190Missouri
#9E.J. GainesDB
Independence, MOFt Osage

Wowed at Missouri's camp, proving junior season was worthy of an early offer.

5'10"170Missouri
#10Don ShumpertATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood East

Finished with 55 tackles and three interceptions on defense in 2008.

6'2"185Iowa
#11Anthony GattiOL
St. Louis, MOParkway North

Turned down Big 12, Big Ten and SEC offers to stay in state.

6'6"280Missouri
#12Dexter McDonaldDB
Kansas City, MORockhurst

Athletically gifted CB that is learning how to be a better defender.

6'2"180Kansas
#13Kerry GibsonATH
Florissant, MOHazelwood Central

Tremendous athlete that led team to state championship.

6'2"185list
#14Marquise HillATH
St. Louis, MOTrinity Catholic

A receiver, a running back, a defender - Hall can do a number of things really well.

6'0"165Minnesota
#15Brad HefleyATH
Joplin, MOJoplin

Jumbo athlete that could play on either side of the ball.

6'5"255Arkansas
#16Stephen KaiserQB
Saint Louis, MODeSmet

Hand picked to be June Jones' quarterback in this year's class.

6'3"217SMU
#17Christian KirkseyATH
St. Louis, MOHazelwood East

Teams with Shumpert to form one of the best one-two punches in St. Louis.

6'2"200Iowa
#18Desi BrownQB
Webster Groves, MOWebster Groves

Originally from North Carolina, where he had ACC, SEC and Big East offers.

6'2"189East Carolina
#19Darrenn WhiteATH
Kansas City, MOUniversity Academy

Committed to play quarterback at Wyoming.

6'0"180Wyoming
#20Jordan RaineyOL
Joplin, MOJoplin

A bulldozer of a blocker that is heading to Arkansas.

6'5"310list

Rivals.com Missouri Postseason Top 20 2010

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