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2010 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Utah Postseason Top 20 2010

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Bronson KaufusiDE
Provo, UTTimpview

Kaufusi committed to BYU in early November 2007.

6'6"250BYU
#2Ricky HeimuliDT
Salt Lake City, UTBrighton

Heimuli had 40 tackles with 10 tackles for a loss as a junior. Was selected to the U.S Army All-American Bowl as a senior.

6'4"280Oregon
#3Joe KrugerDE
Orem, UTPleasant Grove

His older brother, Paul, was drafted after his junior season at Utah.

6'7"235Utah
#4Algrenon BrownRB
Salt Lake City, UTSkyline

Work-horse of a running back that rushed for 830 yards as a junior.

6'1"210BYU
#5Chris BadgerDB
Provo, UTTimpview

Was originally Stanford bound, but switched to Notre Dame in June.

6'0"178Notre Dame
#6Dallas LloydQB
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Threw for 1,689 yards and 15 scores as a junior.

6'3"205Stanford
#7Sefa TanoaiDE
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Jumbo athlete that also excels at tight end, but projects on the defensive line.

6'4"265Utah
#8Toloa'i Ho ChingLB
Sandy, UTAlta

Throw-back style inside backer - hard-nosed and swarms to the football.

6'1"225BYU
#9Joey OwensLB
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

One of BYU's earliest commitments.

6'3"215BYU
#10Bryan SampsonTE
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Strong, athletic tight end that's also BYU bound.

6'5"210BYU
#11Taani FisilauOL
Salt Lake City, UTCottonwood Senior

Wowed at multiple summer camps and stock is on rise.

6'2"303Utah St.
#12Tuni KanuchOL
South Jordan, UTBingham

Two-way lineman was recruited to play DT for BYU, but could also star at guard.

6'2"295BYU
#13Manu MulitaloOL
West Valley City, UTGranger

True inside offensive linemen that impressed at multiple camps and on film.

6'2"303BYU
#14Jason FanaikaDE
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Fanaika plays both receiver and defensive end for Pleasant Grove, and averagied 19.5 yards per catch with five touchdowns on offense and has five sacks on defense through six games.

6'3"220Utah St.
#15Maka UnufeWR
Provo, UTProvo

Emerged with a great senior season as one of the state's best, but likely will end up at Snow College.

6'1"190Utah
#16Zach ListonWR
Sandy, UTAlta

Has some of the best hands in the region.

6'0"185list
#17Keegan AndersenWR
Salt Lake City, UTJuan Diego Catholic

Maybe the best-kept secret in all of Utah.

6'2"192Utah St.
#18Bryce WalkerOL
Pleasant Grove, UTPleasant Grove

Monster of a line prospect that is a big get for Utah State.

6'8"290Utah St.
#19Jordan BlackOL
Sandy, UTAlta

Black has the building blocks for an impressive OT, but will need time to fill in.

6'7"245BYU
#20Ofa LatuLB
Provo, UTTimpview

Became one of the state's best surprises by dominating at Timpview as a senior.

6'1"220Utah

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