All-Decade: How the highest-ranked four-star players fared

Mike Farrell, Recruiting Director
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The decade is coming to an end, so we continue to look at Rivals.com rankings and commitments from 2010-2019. Today, we look at the players who finished one spot outside the five-stars in each year and how they panned out.

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2010: DT George Uko  

Uko played three seasons at USC and had a solid career but wasn’t drafted in the NFL. He bounced around a few teams and won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos, but his career never really went as expected.

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2011: OT Christian Westerman   

Westerman went to Auburn before transferring to Arizona State and was drafted in the fifth round of the NFL Draft in 2016. He lasted a couple of seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals but is out of football now. His career never materialized the way we thought it would.

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