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2004 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Kentucky Top 10 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Brian BrohmQB
Louisville, KYTrinity

Third-generation signal caller has terrific combination of physical skills and mental makeup.

4 stars6'3"200Louisville
#2Micah JonesOL
Mayfield, KYMayfield

Massive lineman has surprisingly nimble feet and a mean streak to bury opponents.

4 stars6'5"336Kentucky
#3Joe CaseyRB
Paducah, KYTilghman

Academics are a question mark, but his physical tools remind many of former Bluegrass standout Shaun Alexander.

3 stars6'2"210
#4Lonnell DewaltWR
Bowling Green, KYWarren Central

Big receivers are en vogue, and they don’t come any bigger than this athletic, two-sport star.

3 stars6'7"215Kentucky
#5Marcus McClintonDB
Fort Campbell, KY

Big, aggressive prototype safety who will come up and bury a back in run support or make an acrobatic interception.

3 stars6'2"200Kentucky
#6Mario UrrutiaWR
Louisville, KYFern Creek

Another ‘new age’ wideout with a huge frame, great leaping ability and extremely soft hands.

3 stars6'5"195Louisville
#7Myron PryorDT
Louisville, KYEastern

Aggressive player with a good combination of brute strength and footwork. Owns a state power-lifting record.

2 stars6'1"300Kentucky
#8Garry WilliamsOL
Louisville, KYSeneca

Lean, athletic guard is highlighted by terrific footwork. Has a frame to add considerable muscle.

2 stars6'4"275Kentucky
#9Sean SesterOL
Ft. Thomas, KYHighlands

Towering, lean tackle plays with good technique and should bulk up to be a force on the college level.

2 stars6'8"275Purdue
#10Aaron MillerOL
Grayson, KYEast Carter

Has a big, lean frame that already carries 300 pounds. Could be a monster after a couple of years in a college weightroom.

2 stars6'6"298Kentucky

Rivals.com Kentucky Top 10 2004