Florida State 10: Week 10 rankings 

November, 12, 2012
Rashad GreeneAP Photo/Steve HelberRashad Greene had his best performance of the season and caught the game-winner at Virginia Tech.
With 10 games in the books, there hasn't been a lot of shuffling in the power rankings for Florida State, whose top performers have remained consistent throughout the season. But Thursday's dramatic, come-from-behind win over Virginia Tech included a handful of marquee performances, and that's forced a change at the top of the rankings and a few new names sneaking in toward the bottom. (Last week's ranking in parentheses.)

1. Cornellius Carradine, DE (3)
It might have seemed impossible to believe before the season started, but Florida State's best defensive player might have been the guy on the bench at defensive end for Game 1. Since Brandon Jenkins was lost for the season, however, Carradine has blossomed, and he could be well on his way to landing in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft. His 11-tackle performance against Virginia Tech was dominant, and with 64 tackles this season, Carradine leads all ACC defensive linemen. His nine sacks also ranks No. 1 in the conference, and he is eighth in tackles-for-loss with 10.
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