All-Time Rivals100: Nos. 11-20

VOTE: Who was the best player ever ranked 11-20 in the Rivals100?'s analysts recently got together and picked an all-time Rivals100 consisting of what we thought was the best player ever ranked at each spot in the ranking.
We took into consideration players that have at least one year out of high school, so each spot on the all-time list will be one of the seven players ever ranked at that position from 2002 to 2008. For example, the group in the running for No. 1 consists of Vince Young (No. 1 overall in 2002), Ernie Sims (2003), Adrian Peterson (2004), Derrick Williams (2005), Percy Harvin (2006), Jimmy Clausen (2007) and Terrelle Pryor (2008).
Today we take a look at the best from Nos. 11 to 20. The all-time top 10 will be released on Monday.
MORE: Best from 91-100 | 81-90 | 71-80 | 61-70 | 51-60 | 41-50 | 31-40 | 21-30
All-Time Rivals100: Best by the numbers
20. QB Trent Edwards
Year: 2002
College/NFL: Stanford/Buffalo Bills
Career: Passed for 5,429 yards and 36 touchdowns in 35 career games (31 starts) at Stanford. Selected in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Bills. Has 4,329 passing yards with 18 touchdowns and 18 interceptions in two NFL seasons.
The others: WR Robert Meachem (2003, Tennessee); OC Jeff Byers (2004, USC); OT Alex Boone (2005, Ohio State); DT Al Woods (2006, LSU); DE Ben Martin (2007, Tennessee); TE Kyle Rudolph (2008, Notre Dame)
19. WR Fred Davis
Year: 2004
College/NFL: USC/Washington Redskins
Career: First-team All-Pac-10 and second-team All-American in 2007 at USC. Second-round pick by the Washington Redskins in the 2008 NFL Draft and had three receptions for 27 yards as a rookie.
Fred Davis high school highlightsClick The others: OG Brandon Jeffries (2002, Tennessee); RB Kregg Lumpkin (2003, Georgia); CB Justin King (2005, Penn State); CB A.J. Wallace (2006, Penn State); WR Chris Culliver (2007, South Carolina); RB Jermie Calhoun (2008, Oklahoma)Here to view this Link.
18. WR DeSean Jackson
Year: 2005
College/NFL: Cal/Philadelphia Eagles
Career: Had 162 catches for 2,423 yards and 22 touchdowns in three seasons at Cal. Also returned six punts for TDs during his college career. Second-round pick by the Eagles in the 2008 NFL Draft and had 62 catches for 912 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie.
DeSean Jackson high school highlightsClick The others: OT Nathan Rhodes (2002, Washington); OG Ofa Mohetau (2003, BYU); DT Frank Okam (2004, Texas); RB Stafon Johnson (2006, USC); LB Chris Donald (2007, Tennessee); OT Matt Patchan (2008, Florida)Here to view this Link.
17. WR Chad Jackson
Year: 2003
College/NFL: Florida/Denver Broncos
Career: Caught 120 passes for 1,586 yards and 16 touchdowns in 39 career games at Florida. Second-round pick by the New England Patriots in the 2006 NFL Draft. Currently a member of the Denver Broncos.
Chad Jackson high school highlightsClick The others: LB Ricardo Hurley (2002, South Carolina); WR Cameron Colvin (2004, Oregon); LB Tray Blackmon (2005, Auburn); DE Robert Rose (2006, Ohio State); RB Marc Tyler (2007, USC); DT Omar Hunter (2008, Florida) Here to view this Link.
16. ATH Taylor Mays
Year: 2006
College: USC
Career: Two-time first-team All-American at USC. Enters senior season with 180 career tackles and four interceptions.
Taylor Mays high school highlightsClick The others: WR DiShon Platt (2002, Florida State); DE Joe Cohen (2003, Florida); QB Matthew Tuiasosopo (2004, Washington); QB Ryan Perrilloux (2005, LSU); OG Tray Allen (2007, Texas); LB Nigel Bradham (2008, Florida State)Here to view this Link.
15. RB Noel Devine
Year: 2007
College/NFL: West Virginia
Career: Has rushed for 1,916 yards and 10 touchdowns with a 6.9-yard-per-carry average in two seasons at west Virginia.
Noel Devine high school highlightsClick The others: OG Justin Blalock (2002, Texas); DT Nathaniel Robinson (2003, Rutgers); LB Chris Patterson (2004, Oklahoma); RB Jason Gwaltney (2005, West Virginia); LB Brandon Graham (2006, Michigan); OT Tyron Smith (2008, USC)Here to view this Link.
14. WR Lamar Woodley
Year: 2003
College/NFL: Michigan/Pittsburgh Steelers
Career: Won the 2006 Lombardi Award at Michigan following a 12-sack senior season. Selected in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Has 74 tackles, 15.5 sacks and one interception in two NFL seasons.
Lamar Woodley high school highlightsClick The others: RB Michael Johnson (2002, Virginia); LB Kyle Williams (2004, Iowa); DT Callahan Bright (2005, Florida State); S Reshad Jones (2006, Georgia); ATH Chad Jones (2007, LSU); QB Blaine Gabbert (2008, Missouri)Here to view this Link.
13. LB Brandon Spikes
Year: 2006
College: Florida
Career: First-team All-American selection in 2008. Has 239 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks in his first three years at Florida.
Brandon Spikes high school highlightsClick The others: DT Rodrique Wright (2002, Texas); LB Wesley Jefferson (2003, Maryland); QB Chad Henne (2004, Michigan); RB Marlon Lucky (2005, Nebraska); WR Terrance Toliver (2007, LSU); DE R.J. Washington (2008, Oklahoma)Here to view this Link.
12. S Kenny Phillips
Year: 2006
College/NFL: Miami/New York Giants
Career: Had 203 tackles and seven interceptions in 34 career games (33 starts) at Miami. Selected in the first round (31st overall) by the Giants in the 2008 NFL Draft. Recorded 66 tackles and one interception as a rookie.
Kenny Phillips high school highlightsClick The others: RB Gerald Riggs Jr. (2002, Tennessee); CB Dee Webb (2003, Florida); QB Anthony Morelli (2004, Penn State); ATH Myron Rolle (2006, Florida State); OG James Wilson (2007, Florida); OT Michael Brewster (2008, Ohio State)Here to view this Link.
11. LB Chris Galippo
Year: 2007
College: USC
Career: The redshirt sophomore is slated to start for the Trojans at linebacker in 2009. Has 12 tackles, two tackles for loss and one interception as a backup in 2008.
Chris Galippo high school highlightsClick The others: DE Kai Parham (2002, Virginia); OT Martin O'Donnell (2003, Illinois); DT DeMario Pressley (2004, NC State); DT DeMarcus Granger (2005, Oklahoma); OT Sam Young (2006, Notre Dame); OT Matt Kalil (2008, USC)Here to view this Link.