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2004 Prospect Ranking Texas Top 100 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Adrian PetersonRB
Palestine, TX

The nation's No. 1 player and best back in Texas in years.

5 stars6'2"210Oklahoma
#2Rhett BomarQB
Grand Prairie, TX

The nation's No. 1 quarterback and gets compared to Elway.

5 stars6'4"205Oklahoma
#3Franklin OkamDT
Richardson, TXLake Highlands

Another franchise player from Texas that's the No. 2 d-tackle in the nation.

5 stars6'5"300Texas
#4William MorriseyDT
Silsbee, TX

Don't let his height fool you - he's a baller.

4 stars6'1"285Texas A&M
#5Andrew KelsonDB
Houston, TXLamar

A ball-hawking safety that has All-American written all over him.

4 stars6'2"210Texas
#6Robbie ReidQB
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

A game-breaker quarterback in mold of Michael Vick that is taking his game to OSU.

4 stars6'3"224Oklahoma St.
#7Chris SmithDE
Allen, TX

Strong defensive end in the mold of Grant Winstrom.

4 stars6'5"265Texas A&M
#8George WalkerWR
Houston, TXWestbury

Silky smooth receiver that is part of the next Big Three at UT.

4 stars6'3"190Texas
#9Marcus WalkerDB
Waco, TX

Teams don't dare throw his way, college coaches see NFL in him.

4 stars5'11"180Oklahoma
#10Lance LeggettWR
Arlington, TXGrace Prepatory

No player has had his star rise as quickly as Leggett.

5 stars6'4"178Miami (FL)
#11Stephen McGeeQB
Burnet, TX

A bigger, stronger McGee equals happy Aggie fans.

4 stars6'3"205Texas A&M
#12Cedric DockeryOL
Garland, TXLakeview Centennial

Some think he'll be better than All-Big 12 brother.

4 stars6'4"315Texas
#13McCollins UmehDE
Klein, TXForest

Sackmaster with amazing first step off line of scrimmage.

4 stars6'3"240Arizona
#14Jordan ShipleyWR
Burnet, TXBurnet

Call him White Lightning. Shipley is deceptively fast and has amazing hands to boot.

4 stars6'0"180Texas
#15Ryan YoungOL
Waco, TXUniversity

Big, big, big and oh yeah, he's good, too.

3 stars6'6"303Arkansas
#16Kirby FreemanQB
Brownwood, TX

Freeman the next great quarterback at Miami?

4 stars6'3"190Miami (FL)
#17Bobby TatumDB
Ft. Worth, TXDunbar

Size, speed and a great nose for the football make Tatum a great pick up for UT.

4 stars6'1"195Texas
#18Walter ThomasDT
Galveston, TXBall

Big frame, light feet make Thomas a solid OL target.

4 stars6'6"330Oklahoma St.
#19Tremaine JohnsonDE
Galena Park, TX

Johnson could be the top pass-rushing defensive end in Texas.

4 stars6'2"255LSU
#20Chris OgbonnayaWR
Houston, TXStrake Jesuit

Ogbonnaya makes up the third leg of the Big Three receivers for UT.

3 stars6'1"200Texas
#21D.J. DavisATH
Ft. Worth, TXDunbar

Could be a college quarterback, but might be an NFL corner some day.

4 stars5'11"182Texas A&M
#22Alan DavisDE
Colleyville, TXHeritage School

Lines up at defensive tackle in high school, but could be next great OU DE.

4 stars6'2"237Oklahoma
#23Brian OrakpoDE
Houston, TXLamar

Orakpo is one of Houston's best and he's heading to Texas.

4 stars6'4"220Texas
#24Graham HarrellQB
Ennis, TX

A coach's son that has been breaking records for years.

4 stars6'2"183Texas Tech
#25Lendy HolmesWR
Dallas, TXSouth Oak Cliff

Incredible athlete that will grow into a great receiver in college.

4 stars6'2"180Oklahoma
#26Nic RedwineLB
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Great closing speed combined with solid size make great get for UT.

3 stars6'3"215Texas
#27Greg DolanOL
Round Rock, TXWestwood

Strong senior season could have him seeing four stars.

4 stars6'7"275Texas
#28Herman JohnsonOL
Denton, TX

Massive is one way to label him. Really good is another.

4 stars6'8"350LSU
#29Anthony JenkinsATH
Ennis, TX

Harrell's main target at Ennis, should thrive at Texas Tech.

4 stars6'0"180Texas Tech
#30Nathan JonesWR
Texarkana, TXTexas

Strong receiver that will make a great threat for UT over the middle.

3 stars6'1"180Texas
#31Ramonce TaylorATH
Belton, TX

Taylor has an extra gear that other DBs don't have.

4 stars6'0"187Texas
#32Tyler CampbellRB
Austin, TXWestlake

Earl's son has major talent, will be a great college back, too.

2 stars6'1"182list
#33Kellen HeardOL
Wharton, TX

Heard is an athletic player that could play on either side of the line.

4 stars6'6"335Miami (FL)
#34Tyrone ByrdOL
Ft. Bend, TXHightower

Amazing frame that's only going to get bigger and stronger in college.

3 stars6'6"260Miami (FL)
#35Otis McDanielWR
San Antonio, TXTaft

Speed is the name of game for McDaniel, who is one of Texas' top sprinters, too.

3 stars6'1"175TCU
#36Adam UlatoskiOL
Southlake, TXCarroll

Has amazing feet and knows how to pass block - which will help at UT.

3 stars6'6"270Texas
#37Shae ReaganATH
Idalou, TXIdalou

Reagan is a true athlete because he could play a number of different spots.

3 stars6'3"230TCU
#38Jamario ThomasRB
Longview, TXSpring Hill

Qualifying test score makes Thomas a hot target with college coaches again.

3 stars5'11"190North Texas
#39James McClintonDT
Garland, TXLakeview Centennial's sleeper pick for the defensive tackle spot in Midlands.

3 stars6'0"289Kansas
#40Ivory WilliamsRB
Beaumont, TXCentral

Don't blink or you'll miss Williams.

3 stars5'11"170Houston
#41Derek LokeyDT
Denton, TXRyan

Not the tallest, but should make a ton of plays for UT.

3 stars6'2"250Texas
#42Myron HardyWR
Round Rock, TXMcNeil

Running back, receiver, defensive back, Hardy will do it all for Texas.

4 stars6'3"195Texas
#43Fred StrongWR
Austin, TX

Strong is a strong, physical receiver that could thrive at Oklahoma.

3 stars6'3"188Oklahoma
#44Tory DegrateWR
Waco, TX

A playmaker that plays for one of the top programs in the state of Texas.

3 stars5'11"177Texas A&M
#45Ryan PalmerDB
Arlington, TXBowie

A man-to-man specialist with sprinters speed could be great at Texas.

3 stars5'9"165Texas
#46Pierre BrownATH
Duncanville, TX

Duncanville produces stars every year and Brown is next in line.

3 stars6'2"180Texas A&M
#47Parrish FisherRB
Richardson, TXPearce

Other backs get more pub, but Fisher could be a star in the future.

3 stars5'9"204Kansas St.
#48Desmond WilliamsDB
Euless, TXTrinity School

Might be the hardest hitter in the state of Texas.

3 stars6'1"200Arkansas
#49J.D. QuinnOL
Garland, TX

Some call him the most versatile blocker in the Lone Star State.

3 stars6'3"269Oklahoma
#50Vincent ChaseTE
Irving, TX

SMU snagged huge pledge from Vincent early on.

3 stars6'5"243SMU
#51William BellDE
Belton, TX

If grades were in order, he could be a four-star candidate.

3 stars6'4"225Oklahoma St.
#52Jeffrey JackDB
Houston, TXMadison

Madison coverman has great tools to work with.

3 stars5'11"180LSU
#53Roderick JohnsonLB
Galveston, TXBall

Frame to maybe eventually grow into an outside linebacker.

3 stars6'2"230Oklahoma St.
#54Ronnie PalmerLB
Spring, TX

Just learning the linebacker position but has great tools to work with.

3 stars6'3"220Arizona
#55Tate CaseyTE
Longview, TX

Also a major league baseball prospect.

3 stars6'7"225Florida
#56Kerry FranksATH
Orange, TXWest Orange Stark

Aggie pledge has plenty of speed to work with.

3 stars5'10"185Texas A&M
#57D'Nerian WrighterDB
Marlin, TX

Ball-hawking safety that also stars as a running back.

3 stars6'1"205Arkansas
#58Patrick WilliamsATH
DeSoto, TX

Could play a number of positions, including receiver.

3 stars6'2"194Colorado
#59Hugh CharlesRB
Keller, TX

Smallish running back but with a big, big upside.

3 stars5'7"182Colorado
#60Gabe RatcliffTE
Houston, TXJersey Village

Could get up to 250 pounds and still run like a deer.

3 stars6'3"230Tulane
#61Samson TaylorATH
The Woodlands, TX

Speed, speed, speed.

3 stars6'0"212Texas A&M
#62Cyril ObiozorDE
Pearland, TX

Strong defensive end prospect that has a great first step.

3 stars6'4"236Texas A&M
#63Aaron DarksLB
Lufkin, TX

Not the tallest, but one of the best linebackers in the Midlands.

3 stars6'1"205Kansas St.
#64Cameron SchachtOL
Coppell, TX

Solid pass blocker that plays for one of the top programs in the state.

3 stars6'5"260Oklahoma
#65Peter UllmanTE
Round Rock, TX

Early Texas commitment that is a very strong run blocker.

3 stars6'4"233Texas
#66Jeray ChathamOL
Spring, TXWestfield

Sleeper pick for top linemen in Houston.

3 stars6'5"270Oklahoma St.
#67Korey SuttonRB
Texarkana, TXTexas

Great explosion and ability to catch ball out of backfield.

3 stars5'10"195Arkansas
#68Jeremy CampbellLB
Lake Highlands, TX

Makes a ton of tackles and has frame to get even stronger.

3 stars6'2"215Texas
#69Kevin MimsDE
The Woodlands, TX

Physical and very smart defensive end prospect.

3 stars6'4"245Northwestern
#70Jordan ChamblessQB
Corpus Christi, TXCalallen

Chambless has heart and moxie to go with strong arm.

3 stars6'2"200Texas A&M
#71Doug Smith, Jr.OL
Houston, TXJones

Son of former NFL star has great bloodlines.

2 stars6'6"325list
#72Bobby ChalkDB
Garland, TX

Iowa State dips into Dallas again and snags a solid player.

3 stars5'9"175Iowa St.
#73Joseph FieldsQB
Houston, TXBooker T. Washington

Dual-threat quarterback that can hurt you with arm and legs.

3 stars6'1"214Syracuse
#74Walter HudsonDB
Dallas, TXWilmer Hutchins

A very impressive coverman that could also star on offense.

3 stars6'0"184Kansas St.
#75Martel Van ZantDB
Tyler, TXRobert E. Lee

Some call him the best player in Tyler - period.

3 stars6'2"190Oklahoma St.
#76Bradley BullittLB
Garland, TXNaaman Forest

The younger but just as good brother as A&M freshman Mevlin Bullitt.

2 stars6'0"225Baylor
#77Danny AmendolaWR
The Woodlands, TX

Should flourish in Texas Tech’s pass-happy offense.

3 stars5'11"178Texas Tech
#78Tyvenskie PageDB
Dallas, TXAdamson

Kansas State dips into Dallas and snags solid safety prospect.

3 stars6'2"210Tulsa
#79Kenton ThorntonATH
Dallas, TXSt. Mark's

Thornton has amazing frame that could allow him to play a number of positions.

3 stars6'5"190Texas
#80Scott ElliottQB
Bay City, TX

Has been a star for three yars at Bay City.

3 stars6'1"172Tulane
#81Michael RutledgeRB
Sugar Land, TXKempner

Houston area coaches call him the best in the city.

2 stars5'10"180list
#82Garrett HartleyK
Southlake, TXCarroll

The nation's No. 2 kicker will boot it for Oklahoma.

3 stars5'9"175Oklahoma
#83Thomas NyaogaOL
Mansfield, TXMansfield Summit

Broke foot at Oklahoma's summer camp but should still be a solid star in college.

3 stars6'5"290N. Carolina
#84Danny GorrerDB
Port Arthur, TXMcAllen Memorial

Should really be a junior, but will graudate early.

3 stars5'11"180Texas A&M
#85Rashad BobinoLB
La Marque, TX

Don't let his size fool you, Bobino gets to the football.

2 stars5'9"220Texas
#86David RamirezQB
Arlington, TXGrace Prepatory

Heading to Purdue and gets honor of throwing the ball to Lance Leggett.

3 stars6'2"200Purdue
#87Ryan JohnsonDE
Dallas, TXCarter

Has all the ability in the world but takes a lot of plays off.

3 stars6'5"240Tulane
#88Bobby McCoyWR
Klein, TXForest

Sure-handed receiver that catches everything.

2 stars6'1"170Arizona
#89Quinten GardnerDB
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Aggie pledge is a solid cover corner.

2 stars5'11"187Texas A&M
#90Randy DuncanDB
Mesquite, TX

Coach says he's physical enough to be safety but could be a corner, too.

2 stars6'4"190Tulsa
#91Aaron SaundersOL
San Antonio, TXJay

The top offensive lineman in San Antonio.

2 stars6'7"282Missouri
#92Chancy CampbellATH
Converse, TXJudson

Plays running back but will have to make move to another spot in college.

2 stars5'8"180list
#93Jessie Henderson Jr.RB
Paris, TXParis

SMU pledge could play early for Ponies.

2 stars5'8"165SMU
#94Corey BennettDT
San Antonio, TXSan Antonio Roosevelt

Oklahoma pledge plays DE but will move to tackle in college.

2 stars6'3"265Oklahoma
#95Michael JonesATH
Sugar Land, TXAustin

Plays quarterback but will move to another spot in college.

3 stars6'3"190Arizona St.
#96Amos GbunbleeTE
Cypress, TXCypress Springs

Emerging as one of Houston's up-and-comers.

3 stars6'4"237Texas A&M
#97Brandon JacksonATH
Houston, TXBooker T. Washington

Teams with Joseph Fields to form one of the best one-two punches in Houston.

2 stars6'0"212UTEP
#98Keondra SmithRB
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Aggie pledge that has nice burst of speed.

2 stars5'11"185Texas A&M
#99Luke TiemannLB
Pflugerville, TX

Makes a ton of tackles and is always around the ball.

2 stars6'3"215list
#100Yaniv BarnettDT
Schertz, TXClemens

Not many talk about Barnett but he's a force to deal with.

3 stars6'3"295Arizona