Cisco does not recommend placement location within a rack as long as the cabling and airflow is accommodated. See the hardware installation guide for details.
Most often I see them in the lower half of a rack but that's due to the weight of the chassis making it harder to mount up high (unless you have access to an equipment lift) by most people. When properly mounted and secured, there is no danger of a switch of any size falling.
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