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SI's Top 10
Andy Staples
September 01, 2008
1. Trinity (Euless, Texas) Reigning 5A champs have 11 starters back, including QB Denarius McGhee (1,706 passing yards)
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September 01, 2008

Si's Top 10

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1. Trinity (Euless, Texas)
Reigning 5A champs have 11 starters back, including QB Denarius McGhee (1,706 passing yards)

2. Don Bosco (Ramsey, N.J.)
Winners of 24 consecutive games, the Ironmen averaged 245 yards rushing in 2007

3. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)
To clinch a 17th section title, the Spartans will rely on RB Kylan Butler (1,055 yards, 17 TDs)

4. Lowndes (Valdosta, Ga.)
The Vikings, behind Florida-bound RB Greg Reid, aim for a fourth 5A title in five years

5. Deerfield Beach (Fla.)
Quarterback Denard Robinson ran and passed for 2,364 yards last season

6. St. Xavier (Cincinnati)
Led by defensive end Pat Muldoon, the Bombers tackle the nation's toughest schedule

7. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)
QB Ryan Becker (26 TDs) and WR Duron Carter pace a young offense

8. Gateway (Monroeville, Pa.)
A pair of Ohio State commits, LB Dorian Bell and DB Corey Brown, spearhead the Gators

9. Bastrop (La.)
Rueben Randle, the nation's No. 1 receiving prospect, will switch to quarterback to get more touches

10. Poly (Long Beach, Calif.)
The Jackrabbits' D, led by senior lineman Iuta Tepa, allowed just 8.5 points per game last year

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