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Recruiting 2010 - CFN Prospects 101 to 150
Penn State QB recruit Paul Jones
Penn State QB recruit Paul Jones
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Feb 3, 2010


The best and the brightest prospects in the 2010 recruiting season ... No. 101 to 150



Recruiting 2010 - CFN Top 200

Prospects No. 101 to 150


While Scout.com has the best recruiting information and inside news, here are the CFN lists of the top prospects for the 2009 recruiting season that we work off of with the top 200 prospects and top players at each position.

CFN Top Prospects for 2010
- No. 1 to 50 | No. 51 to 100 | No. 101 to 150 | No. 151 to 200 
- Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Receivers | Offensive Linemen 
- Defensive Linemen | Linebackers | Defensive Backs 
- 2009 CFN Top 150 

101 CB Adrian White Desoto, TX 5-11 175 Texas
102 S Demar Dorsey Treasure Coast, FL 6-1 180 Florida
103 DT Ego Ferguson Chatham, VA 6-3 272 LSU
104 QB Paul Jones McKees Rocks, PA 6-3 223 Penn State
105 DT Ricky Heimuli Salt Lake City, UT 6-4 285 Oregon
106 DT Leon Orr New Port Richey, FL 6-5 315 Florida
107 OT Matt James Cincinnati, OH 6-7 260 Notre Dame
108 DT Brandon Willis Duncan, SC 6-3 255 North Carolina
109 S Jarrick Williams Prichard, AL 6-2 205 Alabama
110 CB Cody Riggs Ft Lauderdale, FL 5-9 165 Florida
111 DE Gabe King Eugene, OR 6-6 253 California
112 OT Damien Robinson Olive Branch, MS 6-8 330 Mississippi State
113 OT Morgan Moses Richmond, VA 6-7 345 Virginia
114 DE T.J. Clemmings Patterson, NJ 6-6 260 Pitt
115 LB  Prince Kent Norcross, GA 6-3 200 Baylor
116 TE Austin Haywood Moore, OK 6-4 248 Oklahoma
117 DE Blake Lueders Zionsville, IN 6-5 250 Notre Dame
118 WR  Kenny Stills Encinitas, CA 6-1 175 Oklahoma
119 WR  Tai-ler Jones Gainesville, GA 6-0 183 Notre Dame
120 CB Christian Bryant Cleveland, OH 5-10 175 Ohio State
121 WR Antonio Goodwin Atlanta, GA 6-1 170 Auburn
122 OT Cedric Ogbuehi Allen, TX 6-4 275 Texas A&M
123 DE Adrian Hubbard Norcross, GA 6-7 227 Alabama
124 S Chris Payne Columbia, SC 5-10 190 South Carolina
125 WR  Kenny Shaw Orlando, FL 6-0 170 Florida State
126 RB Braylon Heard Youngstown, OH 5-11 180 Nebraska
127 WR  Ross Apo Arlington, TX 6-4 190 BYU
128 RB Travon Van La Mesa, CA 5-11 195 Florida
129 CB Victor Hampton Darlington, SC 5-11 170 South Carolina
130 RB Travis Dixon Ocean Springs, MS 6-3 230 LSU
131 OG Christian Lombard Palatine, IL 6-5 280 Notre Dame
132 S Nick Dew Virginia Beach, VA 6-2 190 Virginia Tech
133 DT Kelcy Quarles Greenwood, SC 6-4 265 South Carolina
134 DT Todd Chandler Miami, FL 5-11 284 South Florida
135 S Dietrich Riley La Canada, CA 6-0 200  UCLA
136 LB  Jamel Turner Fork Union, VA 6-2 205 Ohio State
137 S Tharold Simon Eunice, LA 6-4 180 LSU
138 CB Bronson Kaufusi Provo, UT 6-6 220 BYU
139 DT DaQuan Jones Johnson City, NY 6-4 300 Penn State
140 LB  Dakota Royer Manheim, PA 6-3 220 Penn State
141 DE Lynden Trail Miami, FL 6-7 200 Florida
142 WR  Adrian Coxson Baltimore, MA 6-1 195 Florida
143 OG Chad Lindsay The Woodlands, TX 6-3 307 Alabama
144 OG Bronson Irwin Mustang, OK 6-5 315 Oklahoma
145 S Terrence Mitchell Tampa, FL 5-10 165 Florida State
146 S Quentin Hayes Lancaster, TX 6-1 175 Oklahoma
147 DT Anthony Ferguson Baltimore, MD 6-2 280 Iowa
148 OG Eric Mack St. Matthews, SC 6-4 318 Auburn
149 S Marquis Flowers Goodyear, AZ 6-3 210  Arizona
150 DE Jordan Allen West Monroe, LA 6-6 250 LSU