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2004 Prospect Ranking Michigan Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Alex MitchellOL
Bay City, MICentral High School

Top 100 prospect picked Michigan early in the process.

4 stars6'5"310Michigan
#2Will JohnsonDT
Lake Orion, MI

Strong defensive tackle that has great motor, heading to Michigan after early commitment.

4 stars6'4"285Michigan
#3Morgan TrentWR
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Solid four-star prospect that was over-looked by some, but should be a talent for the Wolverines.

4 stars6'1"180Michigan
#4Carl GrimesATH
Detroit, MIDePorres

Not the biggest receiver, running back, but Grimes packs a mighty punch on defenders.

4 stars5'9"185Michigan St.
#5Dwayne HolmesATH
Detroit, MIFord

Has been swinging back and forth between Purdue and Michigan State but says he's with the Boilers - for now.

4 stars6'0"244Michigan St.
#6Justin HoskinsRB
Grand Rapids, MICreston

Irish snagged a solid running back that has great combination of size, speed and athletic ability.

3 stars5'11"190Notre Dame
#7Charles StewartDB
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison

Might be the hardest hitting defensive back in the Midwest.

3 stars6'1"188Michigan
#8Roger AllisonRB
Lake Orion, MILake Orion

Another Michigan pledge that has great motor and build to play in the Big 10.

3 stars6'2"230Michigan
#9Isaac PriceWR
Southfield, MI

Stock has gone up and down this summer, but his ability to make big plays makes him a steal for somebody.

3 stars6'3"195Indiana
#10Kellen Freeman-DavisTE
Adrian, MI

Might be very under-ranked at this point, since his stock has continued to blow through the roof.

3 stars6'6"229Michigan St.
#11Trent VarvaOL
Lake Orion, MI

Penn State snaggs a solid run blocker with low-center of gravity.

3 stars6'3"320Penn St.
#12Vernon GholstonDE
Detroit, MICass Tech

Gholston has been sort of an unknown this summer, but has a strong list of offers.

4 stars6'3"238Ohio St.
#13Eric HinesDB
Detroit, MI

A solid cover corner that has great coverage skills and speed and is heading to MSU.

3 stars5'9"182Michigan St.
#14Jeremy OrrWR
Detroit, MIFord

Brother is at Wisconsin, but Jeremy is a talent in his own right.

3 stars5'8"145Michigan St.
#15Deon CurryWR
Detroit, MICountry Day

State pledge has impressive size, speed and is son of Piston Michael Curry.

3 stars6'1"191Michigan St.
#16Bryan BrightonATH
Allen Park, MI

Best labeled as an athlete because his ability to play a number of different positions at Michigan State.

2 stars5'10"183Michigan St.
#17Josh HuntDE
Jackson, MILumen Christi

Strong defensive end that has a frame to bulk up even more in college.

2 stars6'4"245Colorado
#18DeWayne RolandOL
Southfield, MILathrop Village

Roland has great frame and building blocks for a solid Big 10 type offensive lineman.

2 stars6'4"280Indiana
#19Bernard FaithfulLB
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Can play a number of positions in college, but his future is likely on the defensive side of the ball.

2 stars6'3"225Toledo
#20Brad JonesLB
East Lansing, MI

An all-conference and all-area selection his junior season.

2 stars6'3"210Colorado
#21Ronald TalleyDE
Detroit, MIRenaissance

Coaches are just warming up to Talley now, but he was one of the stars at the Ohio State Junior Day.

3 stars6'3"233Notre Dame
#22Mario HinesWR
Ecorse, MI

Wants to make an early college decision.

2 stars5'11"160list
#23Jamarko SimmonsWR
Flint, MICentral High School

Somebody is going to land themselves a solid college receiver when they get Simmons committed.

2 stars6'2"206W. Michigan
#24Earnest JacksonQB
Detroit, MICountry Day

Can run, can throw and is a solid dual-threat quarterback prospect.

2 stars6'3"188Cincinnati
#25Luis FonsecaOL
Wixom, MI

Michigan State did its homework in uncovering Fonseca.

2 stars6'4"278Michigan St. Michigan Top 25 2004

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