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Rivals.com North Carolina Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1DeMario PressleyDT
Greensboro, NCDudley

Big-time prospect with excellent agility for his size.

5 stars6'4"285N.C. State
#2Jamaal EdwardsRB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Super slasher can also run over defenders when he has to.

4 stars6'0"202Florida St.
#3Marque HallDT
Marshville, NCForest Hills

Big, quick and explosive -- everything you want in a two-way lineman.

4 stars6'5"305South Carolina
#4Dannell EllerbeLB
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Potential is the key word with Ellerbe who is a physical freak.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#5George BellRB
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

Bell's injury is the only question mark. He's a superstar if he rebounds.

4 stars5'11"225Virginia Tech
#6Trimane GoddardDB
Robersonville, NCRoanoke

Great speed and leaping ability make him the top corner in the state.

4 stars5'11"180N. Carolina
#7Andre BrownRB
Greenville, NCRose

Very productive runner with superb hands out of the backfield.

4 stars6'1"210N.C. State
#8Martel ThatchDB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Thatch will run with anyone and hit anything.

3 stars6'2"180N. Carolina
#9Jamar AdamsDB
Charlotte, NCButler

A superb tackler with a nose for the football.

3 stars6'2"198Michigan
#10Rod CouncilDB
Charlotte, NCWest Charlotte

A pure cover cornerback who does everything well.

3 stars5'11"175list
#11Hilee TaylorDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

A great athlete who will either play linebacker or rush end for UNC.

3 stars6'3"200N. Carolina
#12Dennis MarshDT
McLeansville, NCNE Guilford

A big, quick defensive tackle with excellent footspeed.

3 stars6'4"266Maryland
#13Antonio MillerQB
Charlotte, NCOlympic

A pure athlete and playmaker who could be a safety in college.

3 stars6'1"190Chattanooga
#14Andrew PearmanRB
Charlotte, NCProvidence

Size is his only drawback, but Pearman is the fastest in the state and runs hard.

3 stars5'9"163Hawaii
#15Kentwan BalmerDE
Weldon, NC

Big and agile, Balmer can play outside or inside on defense.

3 stars6'4"260N. Carolina
#16James HoustonDB
Boonville, NCStarmount

16 interceptions as a junior for the No. 16 player in NC.

3 stars6'3"180Marshall
#17Albert AshcraftRB
Monroe, NCMonroe

Tall, rangy tailback with excellent vision.

3 stars6'3"195South Carolina
#18Jamar BryantATH
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Could be a QB in the right offense or a wideout or safety in college.

3 stars6'3"193Georgia
#19Jeremy ThompsonDE
Charlotte, NCChristian

Very quick off the edge with long arms.

3 stars6'5"235Wake Forest
#20Lamarte McGheeDE
Roxboro, NCPerson High

McGhee is strong against the run and a solid pass rusher.

3 stars6'6"260N.C. State
#21Connor BarthK
Wilmington, NCHoggard

Strong foot and terrific accuracy.

2 stars6'1"175N. Carolina
#22Chase BullockLB
Durham, NCNorthern Durham

Still learning the game, but has amazing anticipation.

3 stars6'3"215Maryland
#23Chase RiceDB
Asheville, NCA. C. Reynolds

Big, physical safety could grow into a linebacker.

2 stars6'3"210N. Carolina
#24Quentin CottonLB
Kernersville, NCGlenn

Good-sized linebacker clogs the middle.

2 stars6'4"220list
#25Davon DrewQB
New Bern, NCNew Bern

Terrific athlete is very elusive and agile.

2 stars6'4"215East Carolina

Rivals.com North Carolina Top 25 2004

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