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2004 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Southeast Elite 88

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Keith RiversLB
Lake Mary, FL

Nation’s top LB already sports NFL body.

5 stars6'3"215USC
#2Early DoucetWR
St. Martinville, LA

Amazing elusiveness highlights Bayou star.

5 stars6'1"207LSU
#3Brandon MillerDE
Colquitt, GAMiller County

Explosive athlete is all over the field.

5 stars6'4"225Georgia
#4Willie WilliamsLB
Miami, FLCarol City

Runs like a corner, hits like a ‘backer

5 stars6'2"225Miami (FL)
#5Xavier LeeQB
Daytona Beach, FLSeabreeze

The new-wave quarterback - can kill with arm and with feet.

5 stars6'4"200Florida St.
#6Alonzo BryantATH
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

UGA verbal could be nation’s best pure “athlete.”

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#7Demonte BoldenDT
Chattanooga, TNTyner Academy

Volunteer verbal is disruptive force who had 29 TFL as a junior.

4 stars6'5"294Tennessee
#8Tony CarterDB
Jacksonville, FLMandarin

A terror on defense, he had nine picks as a junior.

4 stars5'9"175Florida St.
#9Xavier CarterWR
Palm Bay, FL

Still developing as a WR, but world-class track star is a true burner.

5 stars6'3"190LSU
#10Bobby WashingtonRB
Miami, FLKillian

Hurricane verbal can do it with power or speed.

4 stars6'0"200Miami (FL)
#11Thomas BrownRB
Tucker, GATucker

Georgia verbal could be best in long line of Tucker star RBs.

4 stars5'10"185Georgia
#12Calvin JohnsonWR
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Big target is already dynamite… and hasn’t come close to potential.

4 stars6'4"210Georgia Tech
#13Nikita StoverWR
Hartselle, AL

State’s top player staying home to play with Tide.

4 stars6'1"190Alabama
#14Charles JohnsonDE
Hawkinsville, GAHawkinsville

UGA verbal is explosive DE with LB-type skills.

4 stars6'3"240Georgia
#15Glenn DorseyDT
Gonzales, LAEast Ascension

LSU verbal has tools to dominate the line of scrimmage.

4 stars6'2"293LSU
#16Calvin DarityOL
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Most feel guard is Sunshine State’s top OL.

4 stars6'4"275N. Carolina
#17J.R. BryantDB
Miami, FLKillian

Hurricane verbal is lock-down cover man with great instincts.

4 stars6'1"170Florida St.
#18Kyle JacksonDB
Neptune Beach, FLFletcher

Corner-type skills in the body of a safety.

4 stars6'0"190Florida
#19Charlie JonesRB
Homestead, FLSouth Dade

Coach says he’s as good as he’s seen in 37 years on sideline.

4 stars5'11"200Miami (FL)
#20Josh JohnsonLB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

The complete package at ILB – big, fast, tough.

4 stars6'2"225Georgia
#21Lawrence TimmonsLB
Florence, SCWilson

Stock is soaring for two-way star who has athleticism, skills to excel on both sides of the ball.

4 stars6'3"225Florida St.
#22Cornelius IngramATH
Hawthorne, FLHawthorne

Still developing as QB, but raw athleticism is nearly unmatched.

4 stars6'5"215Florida
#23Drew MillerOL
Sarasota, FLRiverview

Prototype tackle takes fight to defenders.

4 stars6'6"305Florida
#24Eric McLendonDT
Vidalia, GA

‘Big E’ could star on either side of the line of scrimmage.

4 stars6'6"288list
#25Luke SandersLB
West Monroe, LA

Great frame, feet and mind to excel in the middle of a defense.

4 stars6'4"228LSU
#26Vernon SmithLB
Fort Lauderdale, FLDillard

Coach says big-hitter’s intensity is “off the charts.”

4 stars5'11"234Pittsburgh
#27Jae ThaxtonLB
Hartwell, GAHart. Co.

Big motor, intensity highlight play at ILB.

4 stars6'3"225Florida St.
#28Brian BrohmQB
Louisville, KYTrinity

Family’s third-generation QB tossed 80 TDs, 9 INTs in final two years.

4 stars6'3"200Louisville
#29Trevor FordDB
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Has athleticism, mindset to thrive in man coverage.

4 stars6'1"187Florida St.
#30McIntosh NicolasDB
Immokalee, FLImmokalee

Speed merchant emerged as senior to be one of Sunshine State’s hottest prospects.

4 stars6'3"180Florida
#31Leon HartOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

Athleticism impressive for guard/tackle prospect.

4 stars6'4"290Auburn
#32Ryan MillerOL
Lake Charles, LABarbe

LSU verbal is one of the nation’s elite center prospects.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#33Mike McIntoshWR
Jacksonville, FLFirst Coast

Has size and speed to dominate.

4 stars6'2"180Florida
#34Brent SchaefferQB
Deerfield Beach, FL

Tremendous all-around athlete could succeed at numerous positions.

4 stars6'3"190Tennessee
#35David BrownDE
Madison, ALBob Jones

Strong DE could bulk up to play DT as well.

3 stars6'3"255Georgia Tech
#36Robert AyersLB
St. Clio, SCMarlboro County

Rock-solid LB has shown versatile skills.

4 stars6'3"229Tennessee
#37Drew WeatherfordQB
Land O'Lakes, FL

Seminole verbal has complete physical/mental package to be star.

4 stars6'3"205Florida St.
#38Dawayne GraceDB
Jacksonville, FLWhite

Has all the skills to become an elite cover man.

4 stars6'1"172Florida
#39Aaron JonesDT
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Nice blood lines for son of former NFL D-Lineman.

4 stars6'3"270Florida St.
#40Michael BrownDT
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Coaches can do many things with agile guard.

4 stars6'5"270Florida
#41Greg HindsATH
Southaven, MS

Big body, nice wheels to excel at numerous positions.

4 stars6'2"220Memphis
#42Corey LambertOL
Greenville, SCGreenville High School

Mammoth tackle dwarfs most men he lines up against.

4 stars6'7"310Clemson
#43Dumaka AtkinsOL
Sarasota, FLBooker

Known as an aggressive guard with good agility.

4 stars6'4"280Florida St.
#44Peyton HillisRB
Conway, AR

One SEC coach says he could be starting now for his squad.

4 stars6'2"245Arkansas
#45Greg CarrWR
Citra, FLNorth Marion

Huge target with speed at wide receiver.

4 stars6'5"200Florida St.
#46Marlon FavoriteDT
Harvey, LAWest Jefferson

Big DT has feet like a DE.

4 stars6'3"310LSU
#47Demiko GoodmanWR
Newnan, GANewnan

Another tall receiver who could provide matchup nightmares for DBs.

4 stars6'4"185Georgia
#48Tony BellDB
Alabaster, ALThompson

State’s top LB is known as a big-time hitter.

4 stars6'2"210Auburn
#49Xavier MitchellDE
Long Beach, MS

Intensity highlights Magnolia star.

4 stars6'4"245Tennessee
#50Brannan SoutherlandRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Big-time blocking skills, but could thrive on either side of the ball.

4 stars6'2"220Georgia
#51Charles AlexanderDE
Breaux Bridge, LA

Noted for his quick first step, pass-rush technique.

4 stars6'3"266LSU
#52Willie YoungDE
Palm Beach, FLPalm Beach Gardens

A bit undersized now, but projects as a major pass-rush DE.

4 stars6'5"210N.C. State
#53Emmanuel DunbarDE
Deerfield Beach, FL

Rising Florida star is explosive, agile off the line of scrimmage.

4 stars6'5"265Florida St.
#54Jacky ClaudeOL
Miami, FLEdison

Pancake blocks abound for powerful guard.

4 stars6'4"290Florida St.
#55Markus MansonRB
Tuscaloosa, ALHillcrest

Speed merchant has exceptional vision, instincts.

4 stars6'0"190Florida
#56Blake BarnesQB
Baldwyn, MS

Georgia verbal is big, physical QB with strong arm to match.

4 stars6'3"218Georgia
#57Ramarcus BrownATH
East Point, GATri Cities

Oklahoma verbal was Peach State’s fastest rising prospect as senior.

4 stars5'11"162Georgia
#58David HolbertRB
Nashville, TNBrentwood Academy

Has combination of size, feet and hands to be prototype FB.

4 stars6'1"237Tennessee
#59Justin BrittDT
Cullman, AL

Has athleticism to play TE, motor and aggressiveness to thrive on D-Line.

4 stars6'4"270Alabama
#60Matt StoltzLB
Little Rock, ARPulaski Academy

Sports prototype ILB body, skills.

4 stars6'3"230LSU
#61Seth WattsOL
Sandersville, GAWashington County

A true athlete along the line, can play each position.

4 stars6'5"290Georgia
#62Lorenzo WashingtonDT
Grayson, GAGrayson

Has great feet, motor for a big man.

4 stars6'5"270Alabama
#63Micah JonesOL
Mayfield, KYMayfield

Massive tackle opens eyes with nimble feet.

4 stars6'5"336Kentucky
#64Craig SteltzDB
New Orleans, LARummel

Linebacker mentality aids safety in run support.

4 stars6'2"200LSU
#65Dorian CapersDT
Beaufort, SCBattery Creek

Gamecock verbal has long, powerful arms that aid pass-rushing ability.

4 stars6'6"275South Carolina
#66Javier EstopinanLB
Miami, FLSouth Miami

Coach describes his play as “fast, fearless, relentless and just flat-out nasty.”

4 stars6'3"230Florida
#67Michael GrantATH
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

One of the Peach State’s fastest prospects dominated state track meet.

4 stars6'0"175Arkansas
#68Rodney GallonLB
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

Outstanding speed highlights sideline-to-sideline style of OLB.

4 stars6'0"210Florida St.
#69Brett BowersDB
Jacksonville, FLTrinity Christian

Sooner verbal reads plays well and reacts with big impact.

4 stars6'1"192Oklahoma
#70Pat SimsDT
Ft. Lauderdale, FLDillard

Physical player forces offenses to adjust, account for him.

4 stars6'3"295Auburn
#71Rory JohnsonLB
Vicksburg, MS

Has body of a linebacker, speed like a corner.

4 stars6'2"215Mississippi St.
#72Lovon PonderDB
Miami, FLMonsignor Pace

Great instincts, hands led to nine picks as a junior.

4 stars6'1"190Miami (FL)
#73C.J. BarrowsATH
Powder Springs, GAMceachern

Big, fast, aggressive player will excel as a safety.

3 stars6'3"205Southern Miss
#74Brandon JacksonRB
Horn Lake, MS

Power back with an extra gear to break away.

3 stars6'0"220Nebraska
#75Darius WalkerRB
Buford, GABuford

Great vision and cutback ability highlight running style.

3 stars5'11"197Notre Dame
#76Dajuan MorganWR
Riviera Beach, FLSuncoast

Potential big-play receiver with size, speed, hands.

3 stars6'1"190N.C. State
#77Jason WatkinsOL
Lake Gibson, FL

Relatively new to football, but 6-9 frame and long arms make him an ideal LT.

3 stars6'9"300Florida
#78Kenny IngramDB
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Two-sport star is intriguing prospect at 6-6, 4.5 and a 39-inch vertical.

3 stars6'6"200Florida St.
#79Derron ThomasRB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Versatile back can be big weapon in rushing or passing game.

3 stars6'0"185Miami (FL)
#80Brandon LangDE
Tucker, GATucker

Explosive off ball; will likely bulk up to be dominant DE

3 stars6'5"225Georgia
#81Max MartinRB
Madison, ALBob Jones

Many liked his LB skills better, but takes power running style to Michigan.

4 stars6'2"210Michigan
#82Octavius DarbyTE
Hollywood, FLChaminade Madonna

Size, speed and hands help make him one of 2004’s elite TEs.

3 stars6'4"225N.C. State
#83B.J. StablerOL
Grove Hill, ALClarke County

Possesses outstanding agility, hips.

3 stars6'4"293Alabama
#84Jerald WatsonRB
Morgan City, LACentral Catholic

Versatile LSU commit brings blazing speed to the field.

3 stars5'11"205Auburn
#85Brad AllenTE
Venice, FL

Vandy commit is a gifted player both from a physical and mental standpoint.

3 stars6'4"240Vanderbilt
#86Brett HelmsOL
Stuttgart, ARStuttgart Senior

State’s top OL excels in power game.

3 stars6'3"300LSU
#87Rafael LittleRB
Anderson, SCT. L. Hanna

Brings excitement to the field in every phase of the offense, special teams.

3 stars5'11"190Kentucky
#88Ernest Mitchell, Jr.DT
Newnan, GANewnan

Impressive combination of brute strength and agility at DT.

3 stars6'1"280Arkansas

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