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Florida-bound defensive end Powell headlines Rivals100

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1. Ronald Powell Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Calif.) ***** DE 6-4/230 Florida
Was named MVP of the 10th annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

2. Seantrel Henderson Cretin-Derham Hall (Saint Paul, Minn.) ***** OL 6-8/301 USC
Led team to its second state title in school history.

3. Kyle Prater Proviso West (Hillside, Ill.) ***** WR 6-5/205 USC
Finished senior season with 64 catches for 1,151 yards and 23 touchdowns.

4. Sharrif Floyd George Washington (Philadelphia) ***** DT 6-3/310 Florida
Led all players with two sacks in Army Bowl.

5. Keenan Allen Northern Guilford (Greensboro, N.C.) ***** DB 6-3/195 Cal
Helped team win first conference championship in school history.

6. Robert Woods Junipero Serra (Gardena, Calif.) ***** ATH 6-1/180 USC
Led school to first CIF-Title in more than 20 years.

7. Dominique Easley Curtis (Staten Island, N.Y.) ***** DT 6-3/258 Florida
Selected as one of the game MVPs in Under Armour Game.

8. Owamagbe Odighizuwa David Douglas (Portland, Ore.) ***** DE 6-3/234 UCLA
Had 90 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior.

9. Da'Rick Rogers Calhoun (Calhoun, Ga.) ***** WR 6-3/206 Tennessee
Finished senior season with 86 catches for 1,641 yards and 22 touchdowns.

10. Marcus Lattimore Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) ***** RB 6-0/210 South Carolina
Earned South Carolina Mr. Football award while leading team in rushing yards and receptions in 2009.

11. Michael Dyer Little Rock Christian (Little Rock, Ark.) ***** RB 5-8/201 Auburn
Dyer was named Gatorade Arkansas Player of the Year in 2009 after rushing for 2,484 yards in just 12 games.

12. Jackson Jeffcoat Plano West (Plano, Texas) ***** DE 6-3/230 Texas
Recorded 82 tackles and nine sacks as a senior.

13. Robert Crisp Athens Drive (Raleigh, N.C.) ***** OL 6-7/299 N.C. State
Led team to second round of the playoffs in Class 4A as a senior.

14. Lamarcus Joyner St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) ***** DB 5-8/166 Florida State
Defensive star was fourth on the team in scoring while returning three kicks for scores in 2009.

15. Latwan Anderson Glenville Academic Campus (Cleveland) ***** ATH 5-11/185 USC, Ohio State or West Virginia
Helped team to state championship game as a senior.

16. Jordan Hicks Lakota West (West Chester, Ohio) ***** LB 6-2/220 Texas
Was the recipient of the second Annual Dick Butkus award given to the nation's top high school linebacker.

17. Dillon Baxter Mission Bay (San Diego) ***** RB 5-11/187 USC
Was awarded the Ken Hall Trophy, which recognizes the nation's top high school player.

18. Chris Martin Grandview High School (Aurora, Colo.) ***** DE 6-4/240 Cal
Was named starting linebacker in the Army Bowl.

19. Spencer Ware Princeton (Cincinnati ***** ATH 5-11/220 LSU
Leading rusher in Army Bowl.

20. Christian Jones Lake Howell (Winter Park, Fla.) ***** LB 6-4/220 Florida State
Had four tackles and a pass breakup in Under Armour Game.

21. William Gholston Southeastern (Detroit) ***** DE 6-7/237 Michigan State
Recorded 113 tackles and an astonishing 27 sacks as a senior.

22. Shon Coleman Olive Branch (Olive Branch, Miss.) ***** OL 6-7/285 Auburn
Selected as a starter in the Army Bowl.
23. DeMarcus Milliner Stanhope Elmore (Millbrook, Ala.) ***** DB 6-2/180 Alabama
Had four tackles, and two pass breakups, while helping the Alabama squad hold Mississippi to 44 yards total offense in All-Star Classic.

24. Markeith Ambles Henry County (McDonough, Ga.) ***** WR 6-2/182 USC
Recorded five catches for 86 yards in Hawaii/Mainland Bowl.

25. Matt Elam Dwyer (West Palm Beach, Fla.) ***** DB 6-0/205 Florida
Led team to a 4A State Championship in 2009.

26. Lache Seastrunk Temple (Temple, Texas) ***** RB 5-11/192 Oregon
Rushed for 1,179 yards and 11 touchdowns, while catching 12 passes for 218 yards as a senior.

27. George Uko Don Lugo (Chino, Calif.) **** DT 6-4/300 USC
Helped team double its win total from the previous year in 2009.

28. Joshua Shaw Palmdale (Palmdale, Calif.) **** DB 6-1/195 Florida
Passed for 2,279 yards while rushing for 921 yards and recording 50 tackles on defense as a senior.

29. Reggie Wilson Haltom (Haltom City, Texas) **** DE 6-2/240 Texas
Leading tackler in the Army Bowl.

30. Gabe King South Eugene (Eugene, Ore.) **** DE 6-6/253 Cal
Was selected as member of Army Bowl.

31. J.R. Ferguson Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, Va.) **** DE 6-3/272 LSU
In the fall of 2009, ran an amazing 4.67 during Hargrave's postseason workout at 272 pounds.

32. James Hurst Plainfield (Indianapolis) **** OL 6-5/284 North Carolina
Was an Under Armour All-American.

33. Cassius Marsh Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) **** DT 6-3/275 UCLA
Blocked field goal in Army Bowl that resulted in touchdown.

34. Mike Davis Skyline (Dallas, Texas) **** WR 6-1/185 Texas
Recorded three catches for 53 yards and touchdown in Under Armour Game.

35. Corey Lemonier Hialeah (Hialeah, Fla.) **** DE 6-4/223 Auburn
Selected to the Aloha Prep Bowl and the Under Armour Game.

36. Tevin Jackson Garland (Garland, Texas) **** LB 6-3/230 Texas
Helped lead team to 9-3 record while being chosen as a U.S. Army All-American in 2009.

37. Ivan McCartney Miramar (Miramar, Fla.) **** WR 6-3/180 West Virginia
Led team to 6A state title and was a U.S. Army All-American.

38. Cecil Whiteside Newport Harbor (Newport Beach, Calif.) **** LB 6-3/220 Cal
Tied for second-leading tackler for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

39. Luke Joeckel Arlington (Arlington, Texas) **** OL 6-6/280 Texas A&M
Named left tackler starter in the Under Armour Game.

40. Alec Ogletree Newnan (Newnan, Ga.) **** DB 6-3/210 Georgia
Led team to state semifnals and a 13-1 overall record as a senior.

41. Darius White Dunbar (Fort Worth, Texas) **** WR 6-2/205 Texas
Had 24 catches for 491 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior.

42. Jeff Luc Treasure Coast (Port St. Lucie, Fla.) **** LB 6-1/230 Florida State
Under Armour All-American led team to 8-4 record in 2009.

43. Chaz Green Tampa Catholic (Tampa, Fla.) **** OL 6-6/290 Florida
Helped lead team to Class 2B state finals as a senior.

44. Silas Redd King & Low Heywood Thomas (Stamford, Conn.) **** RB 5-10/200 Penn State
Was a finalist for the National Player of the Year Award, given out by the U.S. Army.

45. T.J. Stripling Southwest Dekalb (Decatur, Ga.) **** DE 6-6/215 Georgia
Recorded 110 tackles and a 23 sacks in 2009.

46. Trovon Reed Thibodaux (Thibodaux, La.) **** ATH 6-0/173 Auburn
Was the leading paser and second-leading rusher on his team, helping him earn a spot on Army Bowl roster.

47. Jaylen Watkins Cape Coral (Cape Coral, Fla.) **** DB 6-1/172 Florida
Was member of East squad in the Army Bowl.

48. Jake Matthews Elkins (Missouri City, Texas) **** OL 6-5/275 Texas A&M
Started at center for the West squad in the Army Bowl.

49. Khairi Fortt Stamford (Stamford, Conn.) **** LB 6-2/220 Penn State
Second-leading tackler on team also had two tackles in Army Bowl.

50. Anthony Barr Loyola (Los Angeles) **** ATH 6-4/230 UCLA
Selected to the Army Bowl.

51. Xavier Grimble Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) **** TE 6-6/245 USC
Caught 39 passes for 699 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.

52. Justin McCay Bishop Miege (Shawnee, Kan.) **** ATH 6-3/197 Oklahoma
Two-way star led team to Class 4A state title in 2009.

53. Brennan Clay Scripps Ranch (San Diego) **** RB 6-0/190 Oklahoma
Rushed for 1,812 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.

54. Jeffrey Whitaker Warner Robins (Warner Robins, Ga.) **** DT 6-3/295 Auburn
Tremendous performance in the GACA North/South All Star game and Army Bowl.

55. Jawuan James North Gwinnett (Sawanee, Ga.) **** OL 6-6/293 Tennessee
Selected as starter for Under Armour Game.

56. C.J. Mosley Theodore (Theodore, Ala.) **** LB 6-2/212 Alabama
Selected to AL/MS All Star Classic and Army Bowl.

57. Braylon Heard Cardinal Mooney (Youngstown, Ohio) **** RB 5-11/180 Nebraska
Rushed for 1,973 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior.

58. John Fulton Manning (Manning, S.C.) **** DB 6-1/180 Alabama
Member of both NC/SC Shrine Bowl and Under Armour Game.

59. Andrew Norwell Anderson (Cincinnati) **** OL 6-7/275 Ohio State
Selected to the Army Bowl.

60. Victor Hampton Darlington (Darlington, S.C.) **** DB 5-11/170 South Carolina
Selected to the Army Bowl.

61. Christian Green Tampa Catholic (Tampa, Fla.) **** ATH 6-2/200 Florida State
Led team to the 2B state championship game as a senior.

62. Tony Jefferson Eastlake (Chula Vista, Calif.) **** DB 6-0/196 Oklahoma
Rushed for 1,117 yards and 20 touchdowns, while recording 35 tackles in 2009.

63. Jake Heaps Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) **** QB 6-2/195 BYU
Led team to second straight state championship and was 9-for-12 at Army Bowl.

64. Trey Hopkins North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) **** OL 6-4/270 Texas
Was selected as a starter for the Army All-American Bowl.

65. Roderick Smith Harding (Fort Wayne, Ind.) **** RB 6-3/220 Ohio State
Finished high school career with 6,620 yards rushing.

66. Corey Miller Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) **** DE 6-4/227 Tennessee
Selected to NC/SC Shrine Bowl and Under Armour Game.

67. Phillip Sims Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.) **** QB 6-2/209 Alabama
Threw for 2,938 yards, 33 touchdowns and only four interceptions as a senior.

68. D.J. Morgan Taft (Woodland Hills, Calif.) **** RB 5-11/175 USC
Rushed for 1,400 yards and 23 touchdowns in injury-shortened season.

69. Brandon Willis Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) **** DE 6-3/255 North Carolina
Recorded three sacks and three tackles for a loss in state championship game.

70. Alfy Hill West Brunswick (Shallotte, N.C.) **** DE 6-4/222 Alabama
Was selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

71. Ian Silberman Fleming Island (Fleming Island, Fla.) **** OL 6-4/257 Florida
Under Armour All-American led his team to 10-3 record in 2009.

72. Nick Demien Timberland (Wentzville, Mo.) **** OL 6-6/295 Missouri
Was selected as a starter for the Army Bowl.

73. DeAndrew White North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) **** WR 6-0/170 Alabama
Stellar week of practice at the Army Bowl.

74. Bronson Kaufusi Timpview (Provo, Utah) **** DE 6-6/250 BYU
Missed most of senior season, but was still selected as an Under Armour All-American.

75. Justin Hunter Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, Va.) **** WR 6-4/172 Tennessee
Stellar week of practice at the Under Armour All-American Game.

76. Brent Benedict Bolles (Jacksonville, Fla.) **** OL 6-4/278 Georgia
Was selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

77. Chris Dunkley Pahokee (Pahokee, Fla.) **** WR 5-10/164 Florida
Had 600 yards in receiving and six touchdown catches in 2009.

78. Marquis Flowers Millennium (Goodyear, Ariz.) **** ATH 6-3/210 Arizona
Rushed for 1,247 yards and 16 touchdowns while recording 62 tackles as a senior.

79. Garrison Smith Douglass (Atlanta) **** DT 6-4/250 Georgia
Had 80 tackles, 20 tackles for a loss and 10 sacks in 2009.

80. Jacques Smith Ooltewah (Ooltewah, Tenn.) **** DE 6-3/225 Tennessee
Finished senior season with 79 tackles, 21 tackles for a loss and 9.5 sacks.

81. Gerald Christian Dwyer (West Palm Beach, Fla.) **** TE 6-3/220 Florida
Helped lead team to 4A state championship and was selected a Army All-American.

82. Cedric Ogbuehi Allen (Allen, Texas) **** OL 6-5/270 Texas A&M
Held his own versus Ronald Powell in Army Bowl scrimmage.

83. Jarrick Williams Blount (Eight Mile, Ala.) **** DB 6-2/205 Alabama
Selected to play in the AL/MS All-Star Classic and the Army Bowl.

84. Martavis Bryant T. L. Hanna (Anderson, S.C.) **** WR 6-4/190 Clemson
Selected to both the NC/SC Shrine Bowl and the U.S. Army All American Bowl.

85. Louis Nix Raines (Jacksonville, Fla.) **** DT 6-2/320 Notre Dame
Selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.

86. Matt James St. Xavier (Cincinnati) **** OL 6-8/290 Notre Dame
Was a starter in the Army Bowl.

87. Malcolm Jones Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) **** ATH 6-1/210 UCLA
Led team to CIF title game and was selected as starter of Army Bowl.

88. Ricky Heimuli Brighton (Salt Lake City) **** DT 6-4/280 Oregon
Two-way starter was selected to Aloha Prep Bowl and Army Bowl.

89. Terrence Mitchell Hillsborough (Tampa, Fla.) **** DB 5-10/165 USF
As a junior, finished second in the state in long and triple jumps.

90. Eric Reid Dutchtown (Geismar, La.) **** DB 6-2/210 LSU
Was tabbed a starter in the Army Bowl.

91. Kelcy Quarles Greenwood (Greenwood, S.C.) **** DT 6-4/265 South Carolina
Was selected to the NC/SC Shrine Bowl and the Army Bowl.

92. Sione Potoaee Lakes (Lakewood, Calif.) **** DT 6-3/285 Washington
Led team to a 12-1 record and was selected to the Army Bowl as a senior.

93. Dion Bailey Lakewood (Lakewood, Calif.) **** DB 6-1/195 USC
Helped lead team to an undefeated conference record and 11-2 overall as a senior.

94. Roy Finch Niceville (Niceville, Fla.) **** RB 5-8/170 Oklahoma
Led team to 4A state championship game in 2009.

95. Leon Orr Gulf (New Port Richey, Fla.) **** DT 6-4/300 Florida
Selected as member of the Under All-American Game.

96. Chris Jones Daingerfield (Daingerfield, Texas) **** WR 6-0/172 Texas
Helped lead team to 2A state title in 2009.

97. Curtis White Sheldon (Eugene, Ore.) **** TE 6-5/240 Oregon
Caught 44 passes for 773 yards and 12 touchdowns, while recording 63 tackles for state championship team in 2009.

98. Taylor Bible Guyer (Denton, Texas) **** DT 6-3/280 Texas
Led team to a 13-2 record in 2009 and played in the Under Armour All-American Game.

99. Cullen Christian Penn Hills (Pittsburgh) **** DB 6-0/180 Michigan
Recorded four picks while leading team to state quarterfinals in 2009.

100. Demetrius Wright Corona (Corona, Calif.) **** DB 6-1/201 USC
The ultra-quick lineman could play any position on the OL, but he could be an elite center prospect.

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