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2004 Prospect Ranking New Jersey Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Brian ToalLB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Far and away the top player in New Jersey, Toal could be an impact linebacker or running back in college.

5 stars6'2"228Boston Coll.
#2Dwayne JonesRB
Lakewood, NJ

Size, speed and toughness, Jones has it all.

4 stars6'1"233Rutgers
#3Dwayne JarrettATH
New Brunswick, NJ

Being recruited so heavily based on his amazing potential. Hard to find a wideout with better size and speed combo.

4 stars6'5"205USC
#4Dwayne HendricksDT
Millville, NJ

Super quick and active defensive tackle.

4 stars6'4"246Miami (FL)
#5Carlos FelicianoOL
Elizabeth, NJ

Dominating offensive tackle with great footwork.

4 stars6'6"285Maryland
#6Hugh D'ImperioLB
Sewell, NJWashington Township

Hard-hitting linebacker needs to qualify before more offers will come.

4 stars6'4"229Michigan St.
#7Marquise LiverpoolDB
Teaneck, NJDon Bosco Prep

Two-way star on the best team in the state. Liverpool will probably be a cornerback in college.

3 stars5'10"180Boston Coll.
#8Jean BeljourRB
Hackensack, NJ

Not super-big or fast, but churns out yardage with the best of them.

3 stars6'0"200Rutgers
#9Phil TrautweinOL
Voorhees, NJEastern Regional

Big lineman coming off an injury. Will it affect him?

3 stars6'7"310Florida
#10J.J. BedleWR
Keyport, NJ

The Jersey Jumping Bean, Bedle has a 42-inch vertical.

3 stars5'10"170Syracuse
#11Nyere AumaitreOL
Camden, NJWilson

Size and great potential make Aumaitre very attractive to coaches.

3 stars6'5"300Iowa
#12Craig McGovernTE
Princeton, NJThe Hun School

Big tight end with good hands and excellent agility.

3 stars6'3"231Michigan St.
#13Tom WallsLB
West Deptford, NJ

Tough, hard-nosed kid who is a throwback type. Loves to play physical.

3 stars6'2"239Boston Coll.
#14Jeremy ZuttahOL
Edison, NJJP Stevens

Younger brother of Jeff Zuttah and getting better every game.

3 stars6'4"285Rutgers
#15Shukree BarfieldDT
Camden, NJ

Could play offense or defense in college.

3 stars6'4"290Rutgers
#16Chenry LewisLB
Paterson, NJPaterson Catholic

Super quick linebacker makes big plays.

3 stars6'3"205Rutgers
#17Kenny CattouseRB
Keyport, NJ

Stock is rising as fast as anyone's in New Jersey.

2 stars5'11"195Troy
#18Carl HowardDT
Cliffwood, NJMatawan

Physical skills are unmatched, but will he qualify?

3 stars6'4"290Virginia Tech
#19Dan DavisDE
Plainfield, NJ

Davis is made to play LB in a 3-4 scheme.

2 stars6'3"247Connecticut
#20Quran BargeDB
Camden, NJCamden Catholic

Big hitter on defense, chain-mover on offense.

3 stars6'0"205list
#21Ell AshOL
Willingboro, NJWillingboro H.S.

Big-time skills and excellent footwork.

3 stars6'5"273Tennessee
#22Michael GreenLB
Westville, NJDeptford

Pure inside LB with great strength.

2 stars6'0"240Virginia Tech
#23Mike TeelQB
Wyckoff, NJDon Bosco Prep

Best quarterback in Jersey on state's top team.

2 stars6'4"208Rutgers
#24Anthony MillerATH
Edison, NJJP Stevens

Speedy wideout will stretch the field for Rutgers.

3 stars6'0"165Rutgers
#25Harold DaltonDB
Camden, NJWilson

Could be a super-sized cover corner in college.

3 stars6'1"185Iowa