|1||Deion Green||6-3||220||Edgewater||Total package in an athlete, may have surprise commitment|
|2||Aaron Nielsen||6-4||210||Freedom||Was TE prospect, but all has changed; Kansas is most recent offer|
|3||Marquis Cousins||6-1||235||Colonial||FIU came with early offer but it's been quiet since|
|4||Chris Curtis||6-3||200||Dr. Phillips||As if the loaded Panthers really even needed any more prospects|
|5||Ross Shaw||6-0||200||Seminole||Had a very active, impressive spring and should see offers start coming|
|6||Ryan Petro||6-0||200||Winter Springs||Could be listed at several positions, also Bears' top RB|
|7||Lawrence Campbell||6-4||210||South Lake||Leesburg transfer will finally see field as senior|
|8||Kenny Judson||6-2||187||Jones||Slender DE uses his 4.6 speed to get around bigger O-linemen|
|9||Ryan Stanney||6-2||235||Bishop Moore||Also a talented TE, Stanney part of solid Hornets front|
|10||Jamal Massey||6-3||225||Jones||Transfer from Apopka has been impressive|
Central Florida Top 10 2011 Defensive Ends
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