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2004 Prospect Ranking Louisiana Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Early DoucetWR
St. Martinville, LA

Doucet is the nation’s No. 1 receiver and the top topic in all of the Bayou State.

5 stars6'1"207LSU
#2Glenn DorseyDT
Gonzales, LAEast Ascension

Dorsey committed to LSU early on and is one of the nation’s top defensive tackles.

4 stars6'2"293LSU
#3Luke SandersLB
West Monroe, LA

Injury his junior season hasn’t stopped him from being one of the nation’s top recruited linebackers.

4 stars6'4"228LSU
#4Ryan MillerOL
Lake Charles, LABarbe

Battled injuries as a junior, but his sophomore film speaks for itself – he’s one of the nation’s top 100 prospects.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#5Marlon FavoriteDT
Harvey, LAWest Jefferson

Watch for Favorite’s stock to rise nationally with another strong season full of sacks.

4 stars6'3"310LSU
#6Charles AlexanderDE
Breaux Bridge, LA

One of the most physically impressive kids that showed up at the Junior Days.

4 stars6'3"266LSU
#7Craig SteltzDB
New Orleans, LARummel

Don’t be fooled, Steltz can run and hit with the best of the best in the nation.

4 stars6'2"200LSU
#8Derron ThomasRB
Reserve, LAEast St. John

Many recruiting fans talk about Ja’Kouri Williams, but Thomas is higher on’s board.

3 stars6'0"185Miami (FL)
#9Tyson JacksonDE
Edgard, LAWest St. John

Plays for a small school, but will a big-time prospect at defensive end or defensive tackle for LSU.

3 stars6'6"265LSU
#10Max HolmesOL
Baton Rouge, LAParkview Baptist

Holmes is a smart prospect that combines good size and great footwork.

3 stars6'4"286LSU
#11Jerald WatsonRB
Morgan City, LACentral Catholic

Watson was LSU's first commitment for the Class of 2004.

3 stars5'11"205Auburn
#12Jay LucasRB
Baton Rouge, LATexas A&M/Redemptorist

Big bruising back that could end up at fullback or a perfect fit in a single-back set in college.

3 stars5'11"224SE Louisiana
#13Darryl RichardDT
Destrehan, LA

Coach says he's "incredibly bright" and plays that way at tackle.

3 stars6'4"285Georgia Tech
#14Darius ReynaudWR
Boutte, LAHahnville

Another great all-purpose back that could move to corner in college.

3 stars5'10"185West Virginia
#15Chris BowersDE
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Bowers has an amazing motor that just never ever stops.

3 stars6'3"240Mississippi
#16Dion GalesDE
LaPlace, LAJ.F. Kennedy

Was named defensive MVP in district 9-5A as a junior.

3 stars6'5"255Mississippi
#17Tyler BenoitRB
Lafayette, LAComeaux

Might be the fastest kid in the Bayou State.

3 stars6'1"194West Virginia
#18Curtis TaylorDB
Franklinton, LA

Picked LSU early on over offers from Arkansas and Ole Miss.

3 stars6'3"180LSU
#19Ja'Kouri WilliamsRB
Plaquemine, LA

Will need to bulk up by the time he hits college, but has all of the tools to be special.

3 stars5'11"179Tennessee
#20Quinn JohnsonLB
Edgard, LAWest St. John

Coach calls him simply tough and mean.

3 stars6'3"225LSU
#21Harry ColemanLB
Baldwin, LAWest St. Mary

Coleman turned heads at LSU's camp and is moving up the charts.

3 stars6'2"205LSU
#22Jacob HesterRB
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Should be a very solid fullback for the Texas Longhorns.

2 stars5'10"234LSU
#23Geoff BerniardOL
Lafayette, LASt. Thomas More

Great frame to work with, but knows he needs to work on his footwork.

3 stars6'8"320Florida St.
#24Nader AbdallahDT
Metairie, LARummel

Always around the football, racking up more than 100 tackles as a junior.

3 stars6'5"290Ohio St.
#25Tim HendersonOL
Shreveport, LAEvangel Christian

Some coaches think he might be Evangel's top college prospect.

2 stars6'4"321Mississippi