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2004 Prospect Ranking Ohio Top 50 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Theodore Ginn, JrDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Super athlete who has scholarship offers from schools from coast-to-coast.

5 stars6'0"170Ohio St.
#2Fred DavisWR
Toledo, OHRogers

A tremendous wide receiver prospect who has size and speed.

5 stars6'4"210USC
#3Marcus FreemanLB
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School

Will have early decision made before football season halfway done.

4 stars6'2"240Ohio St.
#4Brandon BraxtonOL
Youngstown, OHUrsuline

The top offensive lineman in the Buckeye state, could play tackle or guard in college.

4 stars6'6"300Oklahoma
#5Michael MasseyDE
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

Big body means NFL talent.

4 stars6'5"225Michigan
#6Tony PittmanRB
Akron, OHBuchtel

Has excellent speed and is very elusive.

4 stars5'11"195Ohio St.
#7Chad HooblerTE
Carrollton, OH

A two way star who committed early to Ohio State.

4 stars6'5"225Ohio St.
#8Ben PersonOL
Xenia, OH

Committed to Ohio State very early last spring.

4 stars6'4"305Ohio St.
#9Miles WilliamsWR
Youngstown, OHAustintown Fitch

Has excellent size to go along with great athleticism.

3 stars6'1"199Michigan St.
#10Shaun LaneDB
Hubbard, OH

The son of a former Ohio State and all Big Ten performer Garcia Lane.

3 stars5'11"175Ohio St.
#11Sirjo WelchDB
Columbus, OHBeechcroft

The top prospect in the Columbus City League.

3 stars5'11"180Ohio St.
#12Brock BolenRB
Germantown, OHValley View

Had a number of Big Ten offers before selecting Illinois.

3 stars6'0"230Illinois
#13Brandon UnderwoodDB
Hamilton, OH

Will join brother E.J. Underwood at Ohio State.

3 stars6'1"170Ohio St.
#14Erik HawRB
Columbus, OHIndependence

Spectacular camp performances earned him offers from Ohio State and Michigan.

3 stars5'11"205Ohio St.
#15Steve RehringOL
West Chester, OHLakota West

A huge young man with plenty of potential.

3 stars6'8"314Ohio St.
#16Brian HoyerQB
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius

A strong armed QB who is also a fine baseball player.

3 stars6'2"189Michigan St.
#17Ray JonesRB
Columbus, OHAcademy

Trying to decide whether to commit to Stanford or wait it out and take official visits.

3 stars6'1"205Stanford
#18Gerald CadoganOL
Portsmouth, OH

Had a number of fine offers before committing to Penn State.

3 stars6'7"308Penn St.
#19Delbert FergusonRB
Warren, OHHarding

A big back who has a nice combination of speed and power.

3 stars6'1"223list
#20Raymond WilliamsRB
Cleveland, OHBenedictine

Williams Had a huge junior season and is a strong candidate for Mr. Football honors in the state of Ohio this season.

4 stars5'11"185West Virginia
#21Pernell WilliamsRB
Dayton, OHJefferson

Committed to West Virginia over offers from Michigan State and Cincinnati.

3 stars5'10"196West Virginia
#22Steve WalkerATH
Akron, OHBuchtel

Not real big, but a very good athlete.

3 stars5'9"175Pittsburgh
#23Chauncey IncarnatoOL
Dover, OHDover

Selected Notre Dame over a host of other offers.

3 stars6'6"280Notre Dame
#24Alex BarrowDT
Dublin, OHCoffman

A big back who has a nice combination of speed and power.

3 stars6'4"250Ohio St.
#25Anthony TurnerQB
Dayton, OHChaminade

Plenty of talent to work with.

3 stars6'3"195Bowling Green
#26Michael BellATH
Shaker Heights, OH

A talented two-way performer who will head north to Michigan State.

3 stars5'11"173Michigan St.
#27Jed HillTE
Struthers, OH

Junior season injury didn’t keep Joe Paterno from offering this Penn State commitment.

2 stars6'4"245Penn St.
#28Tyjuan JonesDB
Trotwood, OHMadison Comprehensive

A big defensive back who hits like a linebacker.

3 stars6'3"205Cincinnati
#29Anton NarinskiyLB
Chagrin Falls, OHKenston

Has a number of solid division I offers.

3 stars6'4"220Iowa
#30Tony DavisDB
Warren, OHHowland

Not as well known as some other Ohio DB’s, but a good one none the less.

3 stars5'11"180Penn St.
#31Chase ClowserOL
LaGrange, OHKeystone

Huge offensive lineman who needs to get stronger, but has potential.

2 stars6'8"325Pittsburgh
#32Zach LoganDB
Trotwood, OHMadison Comprehensive

Joins teammate Tyjuan Jones as Illinois commitment.

3 stars6'1"175Purdue
#33Trumaine SmithWR
Warrensville Heights, OH

Big, rangy wide receiver who has several offers.

2 stars6'3"185Toledo
#34Tony HowardDB
Garfield Heights, OHGarfield Heights

A fine athlete who has offers from Big Ten schools as well as others.

3 stars5'10"193Michigan St.
#35Mike MaciejowskiQB
Upper Arlington, OH

The son of former Ohio State QB Ron Maciejowski.

2 stars6'2"200Minnesota
#36Alex EngramQB
Warren, OHHarding

A talented, multi-dimensional quarterback.

2 stars6'0"205W. Michigan
#37Nii Adjei OninkuDE
Clayton, OHNorthmont

Not as big as the prototype defensive line prospect, but talented and has offers.

3 stars6'3"245Kentucky
#38Daryll ClarkQB
Youngstown, OHUrsuline

Several Big Ten offers as well as others.

3 stars6'3"190Penn St.
#39Bradley FletcherDB
Youngstown, OHLiberty

Another Ohio DB headed to the Big Ten (Iowa).

2 stars6'2"185Iowa
#40Dan McGarryTE
Poland, OHPoland Seminary

Looking forward to catching a lot of passes in John Smith’s Michigan State offense.

2 stars6'6"236Michigan St.
#41Chad MayseLB
Mentor, OH

Has some mid-major offers. Will the Big Ten bite?

2 stars6'3"215West Virginia
#42Tedd BullockLB
Lucasville Valley, OH

A rangy linebacker who committed to Kentucky.

2 stars6'3"225Kentucky
#43Jimmy CalhounRB
Middletown, OH

Pretty good speed and can run inside and out.

2 stars6'0"200Miami (OH)
#44Dave DiFrancoTE
Grafton, OHMidview

His senior season will play big part in where he ends up.

2 stars6'5"235Miami (OH)
#45Jeff BrowningDT
Harrison, OH

Could turn out to be a very good one at Cincinnati.

2 stars6'5"280Ohio
#46Clint CochranQB
Wadsworth, OH

Intelligent and athletic young man who has recruiters interested.

2 stars6'4"200Toledo
#47Billy RelfordDB
Massillon, OHWashington

Small, but talented. West Virginia commitment.

2 stars5'9"180Toledo
#48Tom CrabtreeTE
Bloom Carroll, OH

Good frame and could really fill out and blossom at the next level.

2 stars6'4"220Miami (OH)
#49Adell GivensRB
Hamilton, OH

Doesn’t get as much publicity as perhaps he deserves. Pretty good prospect.

2 stars5'10"189Ball St.
#50Nick SmithDT
Canton, OHGlenoak

Good size, but will need to work on academics.

3 stars6'6"273Michigan St. Ohio Top 50 2004

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