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2004 Prospect Ranking Georgia Top 50 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Brandon MillerDE
Colquitt, GAMiller County

Jack of all trades that projects at d-end.

5 stars6'4"225Georgia
#2Thomas BrownRB
Tucker, GATucker

Some are saying he's better than the J-Train.

4 stars5'10"185Georgia
#3Calvin JohnsonWR
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Looks a lot like Washington's Reggie Williams on film.

4 stars6'4"210Georgia Tech
#4Charles JohnsonDE
Hawkinsville, GAHawkinsville

Early Georgia commitment that's already built like a SEC defensive end.

4 stars6'3"240Georgia
#5Alonzo BryantATH
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Early Georgia commitment that could play a number of positions in college.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#6Josh JohnsonLB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

Johnson is flat out scary.

4 stars6'2"225Georgia
#7Eric McLendonDT
Vidalia, GA

Some coaches are quietly whispering that his future might be on the OL.

4 stars6'6"288list
#8Jae ThaxtonLB
Hartwell, GAHart. Co.

He's a human highlight machine.

4 stars6'3"225Florida St.
#9Michael BrownDT
Atlanta, GAWestlake

Wants to be a DE, but could be NFL offensive lineman.

4 stars6'5"270Florida
#10Seth WattsOL
Sandersville, GAWashington County

A true athlete along the line, can play each position.

4 stars6'5"290Georgia
#11Lorenzo WashingtonDT
Grayson, GAGrayson

Has great feet, motor for a big man.

4 stars6'5"270Alabama
#12Michael GrantATH
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

One of the Peach State's fastest prospects dominated state track meet.

4 stars6'0"175Arkansas
#13Brannan SoutherlandRB
Norcross, GAGreater Atlanta Christian

Big-time blocking skills, but could thrive on either side of the ball.

4 stars6'2"220Georgia
#14Demiko GoodmanWR
Newnan, GANewnan

Another tall receiver who could provide matchup nightmares for DBs.

4 stars6'4"185Georgia
#15Brandon LangDE
Tucker, GATucker

Explosive off ball; will likely bulk up to be dominant DE.

3 stars6'5"225Georgia
#16Darius WalkerRB
Buford, GABuford

Great vision and cutback ability highlight running style.

3 stars5'11"197Notre Dame
#17C.J. BarrowsATH
Powder Springs, GAMceachern

Scouts love his versatility and instincts.

3 stars6'3"205Southern Miss
#18Ernest Mitchell, Jr.DT
Newnan, GANewnan

Impressive combination of brute strength and agility at DT.

3 stars6'1"280Arkansas
#19Jeremy CiullaOL
Kennesaw, GAKennesaw Mountain

Wolverine verbal uses frame, technique to protect the QB.

3 stars6'6"275Michigan
#20D.T. McDowellQB
Tucker, GATucker HS

Husker pledge is a terror when running hte option.

3 stars6'1"190Troy
#21Darrell RobertsonDE
Jonesboro, GA

Amazing ability to explode off the ball.

3 stars6'5"215Georgia Tech
#22Ramarcus BrownATH
East Point, GATri Cities

Plays running back in high school, but could also be a solid cornerback.

4 stars5'11"162Georgia
#23Tristan DavisATH
Atlanta, GATri Cities

Built like a tank and could project at a number of different positions.

3 stars5'11"188Auburn
#24Leland JonesLB
Atlanta, GADouglass

Stock has been on a major rise after strong summer.

3 stars6'2"215Minnesota
#25Courtney AbbottOL
Mayhew, MSEast Mississippi C.C.

Teammates call him Shaq.

3 stars6'9"335list
#26Frank MortonDT
Decatur, GASouthwest Dekalb

Coach says he's got a lot of football savvy.

3 stars6'4"280Tulane
#27Brad LesterRB
Lilburn, GAParkview

Built in the typical Auburn running back mold.

3 stars5'11"188Auburn
#28Cedric HodgesRB
Warner Robins, GAHouston County

His stock has also been on the rise early this fall.

3 stars6'0"180
#29Erik WaldenATH
Thomasville, GAThomas County

Size and speed could have him wind up at a number of different positions.

3 stars6'3"180list
#30Obi EgekezeK
Augusta, GAWestside

Rare for a kicker to be ranked this high, but this kid's rare.

3 stars6'3"190Maryland
#31Cameron MayoOL
Dalton, GADalton

Father was an All-American at Tennessee.

3 stars6'5"258Tennessee
#32Cullen HarperQB
Alpharetta, GASequoyah

Clemson commitment is a sleepr pick for top quarterback in Georgia.

3 stars6'3"200Clemson
#33Jerome TouchstoneDB
Riverdale, GARiverdale

Speed is the name of his game.

2 stars5'8"175list
#34Hamilton HollidayOL
Marietta, GAWalton

Top Vandy commitment in recent memory.

3 stars6'3"275Vanderbilt
#35Alex MortensenQB
Atlanta, GALandmark Christian

Son of ESPN's NFL guru Chris Mortensen.

3 stars6'2"185Arkansas
#36Joe Joe BrownQB
Cordele, GACrisp County

Impressive dual-threat QB with solid arm.

3 stars6'3"190Kentucky
#37Calvin BookerQB
Atlanta, GAMays

Booker is heading to Auburn with good tools to work with.

3 stars6'4"205Auburn
#38Fred RolandOL
Hephzibah, GA

Any time you're 6-8, you're going to get attention.

2 stars6'8"305Duke
#39Jason VensonDB
Marietta, GA

Makes a lot of tackles for a defensive back.

2 stars5'11"190UCF
#40Clifford HammondsATH
Cairo, GACairo

Another Georgia athlete that could project at a number of different spots.

2 stars6'3"195Clemson
#41Reginald ThomasDT
Fairburn, GACreekside

Height might scare some teams away, but Thomas makes a ton of plays.

2 stars6'1"285list
#42Phillip GambleATH
Bainbridge, GABainbridge

Bainbridge doesn't gamble with Gamble in the game.

2 stars6'1"185Marshall
#43Neil BrownDT
Buford, GA

Another star in the making from a solid Buford program.

3 stars6'2"255Auburn
#44Trey BrewerRB
Marietta, GAOsborne

State and national bench-press champion.

2 stars5'11"240list
#45Narada WilliamsLB
Douglas, GADouglas County

A tall rangy kid that will fill out in college.

2 stars6'4"210list
#46Boston McCornellLB
Macon, GANortheast

Hard to pin down what scouts think of him, could end up a three-star player by time done.

3 stars6'1"225Middle Tenn. St.
#47Will JudsonATH
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

When he says 4.3 speed, he means it.

2 stars5'9"165Florida A&M
#48Travis ChambersLB
Chamblee, GAChamblee Charter School

Amazing nose for the football.

2 stars6'1"215Georgia Tech
#49Anthony ParkerOL
Lovejoy, GA

Another great player from solid Lovejoy program.

3 stars6'4"290Tennessee
#50Eric WilliamsDB
Metter, GAMetter

Early Georgia Tech commitment.

2 stars6'3"190Georgia Tech