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Rivals.com Tennessee Top 10 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Demonte BoldenDT
Chattanooga, TNTyner Academy

The top player in Tennessee is big and 4.7-second fast.

4 stars6'5"294Tennessee
#2David HolbertRB
Nashville, TNBrentwood Academy

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

4 stars6'1"237Tennessee
#3Corey MillsDT
Memphis, TNChristian Brothers

Big strong defensive tackle that plays for a solid high school program.

3 stars6'5"260Mississippi
#4Antonio HeffnerQB
Memphis, TNMelrose

Teams with Joseph Doss to form top one-two punch in Tennessee.

3 stars6'3"180South Carolina
#5Joseph DossRB
Memphis, TNMelrose

Teams with Antonio Heffner to form top one-two punch in Tennessee.

3 stars5'9"175Memphis
#6Levonte BarberRB
Cleveland, TN

Smart rusher with big-play potential.

3 stars6'0"195Chattanooga
#7Tom SantiTE
Nashville, TNMontgomery Bell Academy

Has quick feet, quickness and surprising speed.

3 stars6'5"225Virginia
#8Greg SmithDT
Chattanooga, TNTyner Academy

Bolden's teammate that often gets overlooked by not by college coaches.

2 stars6'3"296Auburn
#9Kevin MainordDE
Coalmont, TNGrundy Co.

Great closing speed for a defensive lineman.

3 stars6'4"265South Carolina
#10Ellix WilsonDB
Memphis, TNMelrose

Could be a top five prospect in state by the time he's finished as a senior.

2 stars6'0"205Tennessee

Rivals.com Tennessee Top 10 2004

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