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Rivals100: Class of 2009 (cont.)

Rank Player High School Stars Pos. Ht./Wt. Schools of Interest
76. DeVonte Holloman Independence,
Charlotte (NC)
**** DB 6-2/205 Clemson, Florida, North Carolina, Auburn, Georgia, N.C. State, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Tennessee, USC
As a sophomore recorded 96 tackles and four INTs.
77. Morrell Presley Carson,
Carson (CA)
**** TE 6-4/214 USC (committed)
As a sophomore caught 26 passes for 328 yards and two TDs.
78. Donavan Tate Cartersville,
Cartersville (GA)
**** ATH 6-2/195 Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina, Texas, USC
Has offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
79. Brandon Scott Forest Park,
Woodbridge (VA)
**** WR 6-4/210 Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Penn State, USC, Virginia
Was WR MVP at Underclassmen Combine held in Virginia.
80. Deandre Coleman Garfield,
Seattle
**** DT 6-4/295 Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State
Had a stellar performance at the U.S. Army All-American Junior Combine.
81 John Martinez Cottonwood Senior,
Salt Lake City (UT)
**** OL 6-4/275 BYU, Florida, LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, USC, Utah
Performed well at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
82. Brandon Webb Owasso,
Owasso (OK)
**** OL 6-4, 290 Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Tulsa
One-year starter has all the physical skills.
83. Nick Kasa Legacy,
Broomfield (CO)
**** DE 6-7/232 Florida, Colorado, Colorado State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oregon, USC, Utah
Only junior on 5A all-state first team.
84. Lonnie Pryor Okeechobee,
Okeechobee (FL)
**** RB 6-1/192 Boston College, Florida, Florida International, Florida State, North Carolina, South Carolina, Wake Forest
Was first-team all-state in 2007.
85. Xavier Nixon Jack Britt,
Fayetteville (NC)
**** OL 6-6/275 Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Miami, N.C. State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech
One of the top linemen at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
86. Marlon Pollard San Bernardino,
Cajon (CA)
**** DB 6-1/160 UCLA (committed)
Recorded 56 tackles, three INTs and blocked two field goals in 2007.
87. Eric Shrive West Scranton,
Scranton (PA)
**** OL 6-7/285 Boston College, Connecticut, Illinois, Miami, N.C. State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Syracuse
Helped his team to second consecutive district title in 2007.
88. Chris Fields Harvey,
Painesville (OH)
**** WR 6-0/181 Ohio State, Akron, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Illinois, N.C. State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee
Scored 16 TDs on 51 receptions and returned three kicks for scores in 2007.
89. Kevin Graf Agoura,
Agoura (CA)
**** OL 6-6/302 USC (committed)
His senior season will be his fourth as a starter.
90. Jared Wheeler American Heritage,
Plantation (FL)
**** OL 6-3/300 South Carolina
Was named second-team all-state in 2007.
91. Michael Brockers Chavez,
Houston (TX)
**** DE 6-6/255 Arizona State, Baylor, Houston, Kansas State, LSU, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Could end up at tight end, defensive end or offensive tackle in college.
92. Chris Thompson Madison,
Greenville (FL)
**** RB 5-8/173 Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Memphis, Miami
Was one of the more impressive backs at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
93. J.K. Jay Christ Church,
Greenville (SC)
**** OL 6-6,275 Clemson (committed)
This giant lineman was Clemson's first commit for the Class of 2009.
94. Andre Civil Sheepshead Bay,
Brooklyn (NY)
**** DE 6-6/254 No schools listed
Was a standout defensive lineman at the U.S. Army All-American Combine.
95. Chad Bumphis Tupelo,
Tupelo (MS)
**** ATH 5-11/185 Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas Tech
As a sophomore caught 31 passes for 630 yards and five TDs.
96. Jelani Jenkins Our Lady Of Good Counsel,
Wheaton (MD)
**** LB 6-3/203 Florida, Virginia, Boston College, Maryland, N.C. State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Stanford, Tennessee
As a sophomore ran for 700 yards and 12 TDs to go along with 60 tackles.
97. T.J. McDonald Edison,
Fresno (CA)
**** DB 6-2/182 USC (committed)
This great athlete also stars on the baseball diamond and hardwood.
98. Ryne Giddins Armwood,
Seffner (FL)
**** DE 6-4/225 Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Suoth Florida
As a sophomore had 13 sacks and was named all-conference on defense.
99. A.J. McCarron St. Paul's,
Mobile (AL)
**** QB 6-4/180 Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Florida State, Purdue, Tennessee
Passed for 2,532 yards and 26 TDs for 2007 state champions.
100. Chris Metcalf Compton,
Compton (CA)
**** LB 6-2/190 USC, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Tennessee, UCLA, Washington State
Next year will be his fourth as a starter.
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