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Rivals100: Class of 2009 (cont.)

Rank Player High School Stars Pos. Ht./Wt. Schools of Interest
26. Marcus Hall Glenville Academic Campus,
Cleveland (OH)
**** OL 6-5/290 Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Youngstown State
Stood out on offensive line at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
27. Justin Chaisson Bishop Gorman,
Las Vegas
**** DE 6-4/252 Arizona, Florida, Iowa, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, USC
Recorded 90 tackles and 24 sacks for 2007 state champions.
28. Nico Johnson Andalusia,
Andalusia (AL)
**** LB 6-2, 220 Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss
As a sophomore recorded 126 tackles and had 13 TFLs.
29. Dion Sims St. Mary's,
Orchard Lake (MI)
**** WR 6-5/230 Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue
Was one of the key leaders on Div. 3 state finalists.
30. Craig Loston Eisenhower,
Aldine (TX)
**** DB 6-1/183 Cal, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M
Was Region 19-5A defensive player of the year and is a cousin of Russell Shepard.
31 Rolando Jefferson Edison,
Fresno (CA)
**** WR 6-2/190 Arizona, Cal, Clemson, Fresno State, Georgia Tech, UCLA, USC, Utah
Averaged more than 24 yards a cath and had 11 TDs in 2007.
32. Jajuan Harley Rickards,
Tallahassee (FL)
**** DB 6-2/190 Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, South Carolina
As sophomore recorded 92 tackles, three interceptions and returned two kickoffs for TDs.
33. Mason Walters Frenship,
Wolfforth (TX)
**** OL 6-6/280 Arizona, Baylor, Florida, Michigan, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, USC
Was first-team all-district and honorable mention all-state in 2007.
34. Je'Ron Stokes Northeast,
Philadelphia
**** WR 6-1/178 Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, N.C. State, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, UCLA
Had 28 catches for 617 yards and six TDs as a junior.
35. Frankie Telfort Gulliver Prep,
Miami
**** LB 5-11/190 Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, South Carolina, Tennessee, USC, Wisconsin
Recorded 57 tackles in only five games.
36. D.J. Fluker Foley,
Foley (AL)
**** DT 6-7/325 Alabama (committed)
Recorded 78 tackles and had seven sacks on the season.
37. Willie Downs Godby,
Tallahassee (FL)
**** WR 6-2/192 Florida State, Clemson, Florida, Florida International, Miami, Ole Miss
As a sophomore caught 31 passes for 450 yards and six TDs to go along with six interceptions.
38. John Simon Cardinal Mooney,
Youngstown (OH)
**** DT 6-3/265 Ohio State (committed)
Was a defensive stalwart on 2007 state finalist.
39. Patrick Hall St. Bonaventure,
Ventura (CA)
**** ATH 6-1/181 USC (committed)
Was a two-way player for CIF DIII state champions.
40. Desmond Scott Hillside,
Durham (NC)
**** RB 5-9/178 Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, N.C. State, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
Had 800 yards rushing and seven TDs while catching 29 passes for 540 yards in 2007.
41. Kraig Appleton East St. Louis,
East St. Louis (IL)
**** WR 6-3/190 Illinois, Kansas State, LSU, Missouri, Ohio State, Vanderbilt
Was a key offensive weapon on 2007 Class 7A state finalist.
42. Montrell Conner Quachita,
Monroe (LA)
**** ATH 6-2/210 Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, LSU, Oklahoma, Ole Miss
Was honorable mention Class 5A all-state as a senior.
43. Eric Smiley Central,
West Helena, (AR)
**** DT 6-5/265 Arkansas
Runs an amazing 4.75 40-yard dash.
44. Aaron Murray Plant,
Tampa (FL)
**** QB 6-1/198 Auburn, Boston College, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Purdue, South Florida, Stanford, Tennessee, Wake Forest
Threw for 4,012 yards and 51 TDs, also was first-team all-state in 2007.
45. Leon Hill Leo,
Chicago
**** OL 6-6/330 Illinois (committed)
Impressive at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
46. Antwan Lowery Columbus,
Miami
**** DT 6-3/300 No schools listed
Was defensive cog in 10-1 6A team, only loss was to powerhouse Northwestern.
47. Corey Adams Saguaro,
Scottsdale (AZ)
**** DT 6-4/272 Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford
A defensive stalwart for back-to-back state champions.
48. Darrell Mason Ursuline,
Youngstown (OH)
**** ATH 6-0/210 Akron, Auburn, Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, West Virginia
Did a little of everything for state finalist.
49. Jordan Whiting Trinity,
Louisville (KY)
**** LB 6-0, 220 Ohio State (committed)
Was named the linebacker MVP at Ohio Underclassmen Combine II.
50. Emory Blake S.F. Austin,
Austin (TX)
**** WR 6-2/188 Texas, Texas A&M, USC
In six games had 22 catches for 412 yards and five TDs to go along with 289 yards rushing and two TDs.
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