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2004 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com New England Top 10 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1J.J. JusticeATH
Norwich, CTNorwich Free Academy

Best athlete in New England and one of the best on the East coast.

4 stars6'1"215Maryland
#2Jerry WilletteDE
Mansfield, MA

Non-stop motor and tremendous physical skills make him one of the top ends in the country.

3 stars6'5"240Boston Coll.
#3Keith WillisRB
Stoughton, MAXaverian Brothers

Could play defensive end, linebacker or fullback and has good speed and excellent genes.

3 stars6'2"240Boston Coll.
#4Mike PittLB
Danvers, MASt. John's Prep

A heavy hitter and sure tackler, was the best player on St. John's team that sent three to D-1 last season.

2 stars6'3"220Northeastern
#5Ryan DurandOL
Fitchburg, MASt. Bernard's

Big lineman with very good footwork.

2 stars6'5"328Syracuse
#6Maurice McClellanATH
Pawcatuck, CTStonington

A good athlete who could play numerous positions in college.

2 stars6'3"210Connecticut
#7D.J. HernandezQB
Bristol, CTBristol Central

Might end up as a safety or even a running back in college.

2 stars6'2"190Connecticut
#8Ken TinneyDB
Ansonia, CT

Speedy playmaker on both sides of the ball.

2 stars6'2"185Connecticut
#9Jack GriffinDE
Enfield, CT

Has improved quickness and footwork greatly from last season.

2 stars6'8"252Maryland
#10Jake FlahertyQB
South Kingstown, RI

Syracuse commitment does everything well and is very athletic.

2 stars6'2"186Syracuse

Rivals.com New England Top 10 2004

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