|#1||Theodore Ginn, Jr||DB|
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus
Ted Ginn Jr. has the entire package. Heâ€™s the countryâ€™s top cornerback prospect.
|5 stars||6'0"||170||Ohio St.|
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills
Morelli just edges out another great QB from the Keystone State, Chad Henne as the regionâ€™s best signal caller.
|5 stars||6'4"||208||Penn St.|
West Lawn, PAWilson
Made Lloyd Carr very happy when he committed to Michigan in early August.
A premier linebacker prospect who runs like a defensive back.
A great wide receiver who has excellent size to go along with outstanding speed.
Wallingford, PAStrath Haven
Penn State fans were ecstatic when Dan Connor committed in early August.
|5 stars||6'3"||215||Penn St.|
A super prospect who could play either outside or inside linebacker in college.
They donâ€™t come much bigger, nor much better for that matter than Lydon Murtha A Minnesota commitment.
The battle is on for Kyle Mitchum who has an NFL type frame.
|4 stars||6'6"||265||Ohio St.|
Chicago, ILHarper High School
Nicknamed "Baby Orlando Pace" for a reason.
|4 stars||6'5"||326||Michigan St.|
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School
A star inside linebacker prospect who already looks like he plays in the NFL.
|4 stars||6'2"||240||Ohio St.|
Oak Creek, WI
Rhyan Anderson registered 21 sacks his junior season.
|4 stars||6'6"||265||Miami (FL)|
Itâ€™s a good year for offensive lineman in the state of Ohio and Brandon Braxton is the best.
This star linebacker has scholarship offers from plenty of schools east of the Mississippi.
|4 stars||6'3"||240||Miami (FL)|
Hayden had nearly two dozen scholarship offers before picking Wisconsin.
Another defensive standout who made Joe Paterno very happy with an August commitment.
|3 stars||6'4"||235||Penn St.|
Pittsburgh, PANorth Hills
A star running back who committed to Pitt over Ohio State in July.
|4 stars||6'0"||205||Miami (FL)|
Bay City, MICentral High School
A Michigan commit who just edges out Will Johnson for honors as the top prospect in the state of Michigan.
Cedar Rapids, IAWashington High School
A tall, rangy wide receiver in the David Boston mold.
Not real tall, but very good. Headed to Penn State.
|4 stars||6'2"||275||Penn St.|
Lake Orion, MI
A very strong and aggressive young man who has committed to Michigan.
A Penn State commitment who had offers very early from schools all over Big Ten country and beyond.
|4 stars||6'5"||295||Penn St.|
Cleveland, OHSt. Ignatius
Will join brothers Jim (Ohio State) and Pat (Michigan) as a major college football player.
Minneapolis, MNBreck School
A standout athlete that's also very good in the classroom.
|4 stars||6'0"||185||Boston Coll.|
Has prototype tight end size and runs very well.
|4 stars||6'5"||245||Ohio St.|
Indianapolis, INBishop Chatard
A standout prospect on both sides of the ball.
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills
Has strong safety size, but runs and has the range of a free safety.
|4 stars||6'2"||210||Ohio St.|
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's
Got the ball rolling early for Lloyd Carr when he became Michiganâ€™s first commitment for the class of 2004.
The top running back prospect in the state of Ohio.
|4 stars||5'11"||195||Ohio St.|
Michigan State and Florida State battled hard for him, FSU won.
|4 stars||5'9"||185||Michigan St.|
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny
A Michigan commitment who has a nice combination of size and athletic ability.
Detroit, MICass Tech
Incredible physical specimen who could play a variety of positions on the defensive line.
|4 stars||6'3"||238||Ohio St.|
A versatile prospect who will get his first look at Ohio State at tight end, but is also a fine defensive end prospect.
|4 stars||6'5"||225||Ohio St.|
Indianapolis, INWarren Central
A talented prospect who simply needs to take care of his academics.
Harvey, ILThornton Township
The fastest rising prospect in the Midwest as a senior?
Committed early to Purdue, but then switched to MSU.
|4 stars||6'0"||244||Michigan St.|
Downers Grove, ILDowners Grove South
Shows great desire along with plenty of ability.
A very early commitment to Jim Tressel and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
|4 stars||6'4"||305||Ohio St.|
Perhaps not as well known as some of the other top prospects in the state of Pennsylvania, but a good one none the less.
The Buckeyes feel they have landed a steal in Haw.
|3 stars||5'11"||205||Ohio St.|
Grand Rapids, MICreston
Notre Dameâ€™s first commitment for the class of 2004.
|3 stars||5'11"||190||Notre Dame|
Will follow in his fatherâ€™s footsteps and play for Ohio State.
|3 stars||5'11"||175||Ohio St.|
Blew up on the national recruiting scene after having a great senior season.
|3 stars||6'6"||229||Michigan St.|
Walt Harrisâ€™ recruiting efforts are going well and Craig Bokor is one of a number of fine ones who have already decided on Pitt.
Yet another fine prospect in our top 50 who has committed to Ohio State.
|3 stars||5'11"||180||Ohio St.|
Farmington Hills, MIHarrison
Lloyd Carr is doing well in his home state and Charles Stewart is another one from Michigan who is headed to Ann Arbor to play his college ball.
Germantown, OHValley View
Will he play running back, fullback, or linebacker at Illinois?
A run stopping defensive lineman who has a nice combination of size, strength, and quickness.
Chester, PACardinal O'Hara
A powerful runner who also has pretty good speed.
|#50||Marcus Randle El||ATH|
Harvey, ILThornton Township
The second version of Randle El could be as good as the first.