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2004 Prospect Ranking

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Jeff Schweiger Jr.DE
San Jose, CAValley Christian

Named State Gatorade Player of the Year. Absolutely relentless he battered through double and triple teams to rack up 150 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 18 sacks, 16 tipped passes, 14 quarterback hurries, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 2003.

5 stars6'5"245USC
#2Thomas HerringOL
Los Angeles, CAFremont

Fought through double teams all season long and was still able to rack up 50 tackles and 16 ½ sacks. As good as Herring is now his best football is ahead of him.

5 stars6'6"292USC
#3Cameron ColvinWR
Concord, CADe La Salle

Missed the beginning of the season due grades. He didn’t mope, he got busy and once he returned to the field he was dominating. Catching 28 passes for 423 yards and scored six touchdowns in 2003.

5 stars6'2"193Oregon
#4Matthew TuiasosopoQB
Woodinville, WAWoodinville

Game is similar to big brother Marques’ game. Meaning Matthew makes plays. Even though Tuiasosopo missed three games he still passed for 789 yards and rushed for 744 more.

5 stars6'2"200Washington
#5Zach MillerTE
Phoenix, AZDesert Vista

Miller has lived up to his reputation as the nation’s number one tight end prospect catching 46 passes for 782 yards and seven touchdowns. No wonder he is being compared to Jeremy Shockey.

4 stars6'4"240Arizona St.
#6Eugene GermanyDE
Pomona, CAPomona

Germany brings so much to the table that he could easily play defensive tackle, defensive end or linebacker. He could even play tight end.

4 stars6'4"250list
#7Lavelle HawkinsATH
Stockton, CAEdison

Hawkins is a human highlight film who is a threat to score as a wide receiver, punt or kick returner.

4 stars5'11"170LSU
#8Aaron KlovasOL
Graham, WABethel School

Has all the natural ability that D-I schools look for in an offensive line prospect.

4 stars6'6"300Oregon
#9Marshawn LynchRB
Oakland, CATechnical

Many have called Lynch the best running back in the west. Led Tech to championship 2003.

4 stars5'11"195California
#10Phillip MbakoguDE
Hayward, CAHayward

De La Salle’s whole offensive game plan was based to stay away from this guy, what does that tell you? DLS wasn’t the only school to plan for Mbakogu, he accounted for 75 tackles and 16 sacks.

4 stars6'3"260California
#11Derrick JonesWR
Long Beach, CAPoly

The saying goes speed kills and Jones has plenty of speed. Jones used his speed to catch 49 passes for 892 yards and 10 touchdowns.

4 stars6'0"170USC
#12Chilo RachalOL
Compton, CADominguez

A special talent who has the most upside of any pure offensive lineman in the nation. USC locked him up early in the recruiting process.

4 stars6'6"310USC
#13Anthony VernagliaATH
Orange, CALutheran

Could be an impact at three positions – wide receiver, safety or linebacker. Committed to Notre Dame who has plans for him as a linebacker.

4 stars6'4"218Notre Dame
#14David FaaeteeteDT
Medford, ORNorth Medford

Non stop motor. How many 280-pounders run a 4.75 and runs backs kicks. You do now. Ducks locked best player in Oregon in Faaeteete.

4 stars6'2"280Oregon
#15Michael BumpusWR
Culver City, CACulver City

“Spiderman” played a lot of quarterback this season and didn’t get a chance much to use his sticky hands. His recruitment was hurt any as he lands with USC.

4 stars6'0"185Washington St.
#16Brigham HarwellDE
Hacienda Heights, CALos Altos

Led the Golden State in sacks in 2002 with 25 and followed up with 21 ½ more despite being tripled teamed a good portion of the season.

4 stars6'2"245UCLA
#17Dale ThompsonTE
Corona, CASantiago

Didn’t play tight end as a junior because he had a cast, but he did as a senior catching over 40 passes. He can do it all as a tight end. Committed to USC.

4 stars6'4"240USC
#18Worrell WilliamsLB
Sacramento, CAGrant

Great closing speed for a linebacker and he’s excellent in space. Half-brother of Miami Hurricane linebacker C.J. Williams. Led team to area championship in 2003.

4 stars6'0"240California
#19Randy EstesDB
Los Alamitos, CA

Off field problems did something that to Estes that opposition couldn’t – stop him.

4 stars6'2"200Washington St.
#20Sekeli FaaeteeteATH
San Leandro, CASan Leandro

Didn’t play very much in 2003 but that didn’t bother recruiters, Sekeli verbally committed to USC in October over a host of suitors.

4 stars6'1"212California
#21Rocky HindsQB
Playa Del Rey, CASaint Bernard

Hinds didn’t get a chance to play a down this season due to knee injury. Still when you’re 6-foot-4, weigh 225-pounds and run the forty in 4.4 as Hinds is you will stay the D-I most wanted list.

4 stars6'5"225USC
#22Nathan LongshoreQB
Canyon Country, CACanyon

Huge and accurate arm with great leadership skills - makes for a big time quarterback. Lived up to hype passing for 3,447 yards and 34 touchdowns. Committed to Cal.

4 stars6'5"226California
#23Allen SmithOL
Tempe, AZCorona Del Sol

Big, athletic and smart this guy as it all.

4 stars6'5"325Stanford
#24Alan BranchOL
Albuquerque, NMCibola

Great size, quickness and athleticism. This behemoth is also a pretty good hoopster.

4 stars6'6"315Michigan
#25Bryan PaytonDB
West Covina, CASouth Hills

Has been called several times the best corner in California. Led the state in interceptions as a junior, the opposition avoided throwing to Payton’s man this season. Still South Hills won their section CIF Championship. Committed to UCLA.

4 stars6'2"185Oregon St.
#26Andrew RoofOL
Spokane, WAEast Valley

Considered one of the best offensive linemen in a year of good offensive linemen in the northwest. Committed to WSU.

4 stars6'4"305Washington St.
#27Erik AingeQB
Hillsboro, ORGlencoe High School

Ainge’s athletic bloodlines go back two generations. Ainge lived up to the famous family name.

4 stars6'6"200Tennessee
#28Terrail LambertDB
Ventura, CASaint Bonaventure

Great all-around athlete who can play and proved it in 2003. Though he was avoided Lambert totaled 87 tackles, three sacks and one pick which he returned 90 yards for a touchdown.

3 stars6'0"185Notre Dame
#29Willie Glasper, Jr.DB
Concord, CADe La Salle

Glasper is your prototypical lockdown cover corner and he’s excellent in run support. No one threw Glasper’s way this season. DLS won another championship and the streak now stands at 151 straight.

4 stars6'0"185Oregon
#30Jimmy MillerDE
Westlake Village, CAWestlake

One of the best two-way players in the state, he could end up at tight end or defensive end for the Trojans. Was instrumental in Westlake’s perfect 14-0 season. Committed to USC.

4 stars6'5"240USC
#31Virdell LarkinsDB
Oakland, CAOakland Tech

Very aggressive and physical, a player who can fill a lot of roles for a defense. With cousin Marshawn Lynch led Tech Oakland Championship.

4 stars5'10"177California
#32Terrell JacksonRB
Corona, CACentennial

The complete package as a running back. He runs, catches and blocks and he’s good at all three. 44 rushing touchdowns as junior and 40 more in 2003.

4 stars5'9"190Oregon
#33Jacob HuckoOL
Cerritos, CACerritos

You can never get enough big athletic offensive linemen. Hucko has intangibles you can’t teach. Committed to Oregon.

4 stars6'8"285Oregon
#34Kenny O'NealWR
Oakland, CASkyline

O’Neal moved to the East Bay from Georgia and took the Oakland football world by storm.

4 stars6'0"195Florida St.
#35Terrance KellyLB
Concord, CADe La Salle

Kelly had his breakout game on national TV when he and his Spartan teammates defeated Louisiana powerhouse Shreveport (La.) Evangel 27-10 and his stock has been on fire ever since.

4 stars6'1"215Oregon
#36Lamar HerronATH
Sacramento, CANatomas

Brings a lot to the table. He could succeed at a number of positions. Committed to USC.

3 stars6'1"190Oregon St.
#37Shannon TevagaOL
La Mirada, CALa Mirada

The best offensive lineman ever at a school known for their linemen. Committed to UCLA

3 stars6'3"300UCLA
#38Isaiah CookLB
Claremont, CAClaremont

Great hitter and makes plays all over the field.

3 stars6'3"195Oregon St.
#39Brian HildebrandQB
Corona, CACorona

Very knowledgeable and savvy, his best days as a QB are ahead of him. Committed to Oregon State.

3 stars6'2"190Oregon St.
#40Rodney VanDB
Long Beach, CAPoly

Virtual blanket in pass coverage and is an awesome presence in run support. Plays safety in H.S. but he projects to play cornerback in college. Committed to UCLA.

3 stars6'1"175UCLA
#41Nate KimbroughWR
Santa Fe Springs, CASanta Fe Springs

The prototypical modern wide receiver committed early to Arizona State.

3 stars6'3"175Arizona St.
#42Casey BulycaOL
Woodinville, WAWoodinville

Great feet and a nasty disposition makes Bulyca one of the west’s best. Committed to Washington.

3 stars6'7"290Washington
#43Leo TalavouOL
Fountain Valley, CAFountain Valley

A big, powerful, dominating lineman who excels at drive blocking and good in pass protection too, ASU picked up a good one here.

3 stars6'4"320Arizona St.
#44Myrio DavisWR
Chandler, AZHamilton

Compared athletically to first round draft choice for the Baltimore Ravens, Terrell Suggs. Committed to ASU

3 stars6'3"205Arizona St.
#45Randy FaletoiDT
Honolulu, HIMckinley

Power, strength and quickness – what else do you want in a defensive tackle?

3 stars6'3"280Utah
#46Uriah MarshallDB
Phoenix, AZBrophy Prep

Great cover corner with outstanding closing speed.

3 stars6'0"175Arizona St.
#47Daniel DraytonDB
Hacienda Heights, CALos Altos

A smaller version of Randy Estes. When he shows up in the scene mayhem follows. Committed to early to UCLA.

3 stars5'11"190list
#48Keauntea BankheadDB
Seattle, WABallard

Good enough to be named first team all league at wide receiver, safety, and specialist. Committed to Washington.

4 stars6'0"200Washington
#49Bradis McGriffOL
Vallejo, CAVallejo

Dominating run blocker with a nasty demeanor on the gridiron.

3 stars6'6"303Arizona St.
#50Greyson GunheimATH
Sebastopol, CAAnaly

Played mostly running back and defensive end his senior season, but the athleticism he brings to the table enables him to project to several positions on the college level.

3 stars6'6"240Washington
#51Lawrence MilesDE
La Quinta, CALa Quinta

Hard worker with great size and speed. Has the skills to play either DE or OL on the next level. Committed to USC.

3 stars6'3"260USC
#52Brandon NicolasDE
Santa Ana, CAMater Dei

Outstanding on both sides of the trench. Could player either DL or OL in college. Committed to Notre Dame.

3 stars6'5"260Notre Dame
#53Brian AbrahamOL
Rancho Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga

Known as an excellent technician in both pass and run blocking disciplines, he didn’t allow a sack his junior season. Committed to UCLA.

3 stars6'6"260UCLA
#54John KadousOL
Tucson, AZSalpointe

Very physical, dominates his opponents and uses his hands extremely well. Committed to Notre Dame.

3 stars6'7"310Notre Dame
#55C.J. BacherQB
Carmichael, CAJesuit

Colleges love field generals who win, Bacher has a perfect 31-0 record as starting quarterback.

3 stars6'2"180Northwestern
#56Keston CheathemWR
Pomona, CAPomona

Standout athlete who could end up playing wide receiver or safety on the D-I level and may even grow into a linebacker.

3 stars6'3"195Michigan
#57Jeremy PaytonDB
West Covina, CASouth Hills

Twin brother to Bryan Payton (UCLA) Physical corner who loves to mix it up. Had more pics than Bryan and helped South Hills to second straight CIF Championship. Committed to Arizona State.

3 stars6'2"180Arizona St.
#58Jaison WilliamsWR
Culver City, CACulver City

Williams has the attributes that the D-I’s are looking for. He’s big, tall, and physical. Also stood out on defense. Great upside. Committed to Oregon.

3 stars6'4"215Oregon
#59Ryan GravesWR
Venice, CAVenice

Has a great burst, phenomenal hands, is a tremendous leaper and has great speed. Had over 1,000 yards receiving. Committed to UCLA.

3 stars6'1"170UCLA
#60John KirtonRB
Mill Creek, WAJackson

Ended season one yard short of state record and would have had it if not for blow-outs. Was named State Player of the Year.

3 stars6'3"240Washington

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