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2004 Prospect Ranking Atlantic East Amazing 80

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1DeMario PressleyDT
Greensboro, NCDudley

Nation's No. 1 DT didn't disappoint this year.

5 stars6'4"285N.C. State
#2Derrick HarveyDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

The best pass rusher in the country.

5 stars6'5"235Florida
#3Anthony MorelliQB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Could push for playing time as a true freshman.

5 stars6'4"208Penn St.
#4Chad HenneQB
West Lawn, PAWilson

Mobility gives him an extra edge.

5 stars6'3"210Michigan
#5Dan ConnorLB
Wallingford, PAStrath Haven

Hard-nosed linebacker is gem of PSU class.

5 stars6'3"215Penn St.
#6Brian ToalLB
Ramsey, NJDon Bosco Prep

Dominating linebacker plays sideline to sideline.

5 stars6'2"228Boston Coll.
#7Kyle MitchumOL
Erie, PAMcDowell

With his incredible mobility, Mitchum will be a monster when he fills out.

4 stars6'6"265Ohio St.
#8James BryantLB
Reading, PA

A physical freak who does everything well.

4 stars6'3"240Miami (FL)
#9Dwayne JonesRB
Lakewood, NJ

Huge get for Rutgers and a difference maker.

4 stars6'1"233Rutgers
#10Jamaal EdwardsRB
Greensboro, NCDudley

North Carolina's top back heads to FSU -- sounds familiar.

4 stars6'0"202Florida St.
#11George CovingtonDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Fastest rising prospect in the Atlantic East.

4 stars6'3"230Maryland
#12Olu HallDE
Fairfax, VARobinson

Prototypical size and quickness for a rush end.

4 stars6'5"220Virginia
#13Marque HallDT
Marshville, NCForest Hills

Two-way lineman dominates on each side.

4 stars6'5"305South Carolina
#14Andrew JohnsonRB
Pittsburgh, PANorth Hills

The solution to the Pitt rushing problem?

4 stars6'0"205Miami (FL)
#15Dwayne JarrettATH
New Brunswick, NJ

A strider, Jarrett will be impossible to stop when he learns to run.

4 stars6'5"205USC
#16Doug DutchWR
Washington, DCGonzaga

Offensive, defense, special teams -- Dutch does it all.

4 stars6'0"200Michigan
#17Greg HarrisonOL
Shenandoah, PAValley

Great technique and power, should impact early at PSU.

4 stars6'5"295Penn St.
#18Dwayne HendricksDT
Millville, NJ

Quick off the ball and very agile for a big man.

4 stars6'4"246Miami (FL)
#19Andre BrownRB
Greenville, NCRose

Could be a wideout in college if he wanted, his hands are that good.

4 stars6'1"210N.C. State
#20Dannell EllerbeLB
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Undersized, but runs like a deer.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#21Tyrell SalesDE
Butler, PA

Once he ramps up the work ethic, watch out.

3 stars6'4"235Penn St.
#22A.Q. ShipleyDT
Coraopolis, PAMoon

Somewhat squat, but gets the job done against the run and pass.

4 stars6'2"275Penn St.
#23Carlos FelicianoOL
Elizabeth, NJ

Heady lineman has excellent footwork.

4 stars6'6"285Maryland
#24Chris LongDE
Charlottesville, VASt. Anne's Belfield

Destroys people at high school level, has his dad's intensity.

4 stars6'4"262Virginia
#25Devon LyonsDB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Best athlete in Pennsylvania.

4 stars6'2"210Ohio St.
#26Rory NicolTE
Beaver, PAArea

Great hands and quickness.

4 stars6'5"245Ohio St.
#27Kent HicksDB
Culpeper, VACulpeper County

Too talented for high school competition, Hicks will shine against better players.

4 stars6'2"190Virginia Tech
#28Eddie RoyalWR
Herndon, VAWestfield

Fastest player in the state of Virginia.

4 stars5'10"170Virginia Tech
#29Jerod MayoLB
Hampton, VAKecoughtan

Undersized 'backer is a tackling machine.

4 stars6'2"214Tennessee
#30Brandon BarrettWR
Martinsburg, WV

Fast-rising prospect would have more offers if he played elsewhere.

4 stars6'1"190West Virginia
#31J.J. JusticeATH
Norwich, CTNorwich Free Academy

Best player in New England could grow into a linebacker.

4 stars6'1"215Maryland
#32Scott BurleyOL
Baltimore, MDWoodlawn

Nasty, rugged lineman who plays to the whistle.

4 stars6'5"328Maryland
#33Chris RogersLB
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

Old school, tough guy linebacker who loves to hit.

4 stars6'3"240Michigan
#34Trimane GoddardDB
Robersonville, NCRoanoke

Smooth as silk and terrfiic in coverage.

4 stars5'11"180N. Carolina
#35Sean GlennonQB
Centreville, VAWestfield

Good accuracy and enough mobility to impact at VTech.

4 stars6'3"185Virginia Tech
#36Corey DavisLB
Pittsburgh, PAPeabody

A 265-pound linebacker? Can you say Levon Kirkland?

3 stars6'1"302Pittsburgh
#37George BellRB
Fayetteville, NCJack Britt

Injuries have slowed him down, so the jury is still out.

4 stars5'11"225Virginia Tech
#38Craig McGovernTE
Princeton, NJThe Hun School

Underrated tight end has hands, speed and excellent blocking ability.

3 stars6'3"231Michigan St.
#39Jordan SteffyQB
Leola, PAConestoga Valley

Mobile, dual-threat QB coveted by many.

3 stars6'2"210Maryland
#40Craig BokorDT
Aliquippa, PAHopewell

Loves to mix it up and do the dirty work.

3 stars6'3"270Pittsburgh
#41Mike HartRB
Syracuse, NYOnondaga Central

Small, but very quick and can cut on a dime.

3 stars5'10"175Michigan
#42Anthony HeygoodRB
Chester, PACardinal O'Hara

Big, bruising running back is good for 30+ carries a game in college.

3 stars6'2"210Purdue
#43Hugh D'ImperioLB
Sewell, NJWashington Township

Hard working, tireless defender has good size and speed.

4 stars6'4"229Michigan St.
#44Jamar AdamsDB
Charlotte, NCButler

Outstanding athlete can do it all on defense.

3 stars6'2"198Michigan
#45Rod CouncilDB
Charlotte, NCWest Charlotte

Sticky cover corner with excellent ball skills.

3 stars5'11"175list
#46Carl HowardDT
Cliffwood, NJMatawan

Run stuffer and space eater who has surprising agility.

3 stars6'4"290Virginia Tech
#47Marquise LiverpoolDB
Teaneck, NJDon Bosco Prep

Dominant player on both sides of the ball for nation's No. 2 team.

3 stars5'10"180Boston Coll.
#48Matt HahnRB
Long Island, NYSaint Anthony's

Bruising running back who could also be a FB or LB for PSU.

3 stars6'1"210Penn St.
#49Martel ThatchDB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Centerfielder and field general.

3 stars6'2"180N. Carolina
#50Alex FletcherOL
Long Island, NYSaint Anthony's

Mobile, smart and very good downfield.

4 stars6'4"275Stanford
#51Chris CraneQB
Camp Hill, PATrinity

Pocket passer size with dual-threat speed.

3 stars6'5"220Boston Coll.
#52Derrick McPhearsonWR
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

Quiet, unassuming defense killer.

3 stars5'11"175Florida
#53Ryan PurvisTE
Lancaster, PALancaster Catholic

Superb athlete will continue TE tradition at BC.

3 stars6'5"235Boston Coll.
#54Hilee TaylorDE
Laurinburg, NCScotland County

Always seems to be around the ball.

3 stars6'3"200N. Carolina
#55Andre JonesATH
Forestville, MD

Best pure athlete in the DC/Maryland area.

3 stars5'11"175Boston Coll.
#56Phil TrautweinOL
Voorhees, NJEastern Regional

Massive lineman with quick feet.

3 stars6'7"310Florida
#57Eric LenzLB
Ijamsville, MDUrbana

Good against the run and in coverage.

3 stars6'4"220Maryland
#58Jamar BryantATH
Rockingham, NCRichmond County

Do-it-all player can play multiple positions.

3 stars6'3"193Georgia
#59Adam GunnDB
Vandergrift, PAKiski Area

Hard hitter, hard worker and a leader.

3 stars6'1"200Pittsburgh
#60Antonio MillerQB
Charlotte, NCOlympic

Very mobile and dangerous with arm and legs.

3 stars6'1"190Chattanooga
#61Chase BullockLB
Durham, NCNorthern Durham

Rising fast on many lists, Bullock is a hard hitter.

3 stars6'3"215Maryland
#62Andrew PearmanRB
Charlotte, NCProvidence

Fastest player in North Carolina will be a special teams standout.

3 stars5'9"163Hawaii
#63Jeremy GilchristWR
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

Underrated by most, Gilchrist is a playmaker.

3 stars5'9"180Virginia Tech
#64Curtis BrinkleyRB
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic

Shifty and tough, Brinkley could surprise some folks in college.

3 stars5'10"185Syracuse
#65Cedric PeermanRB
Naruna, VAWilliam Campbell

Slashing runner with excellent toughness.

3 stars5'10"185Virginia
#66Jerry WilletteDE
Mansfield, MA

Missed part of senior season, but was dominant when he played.

3 stars6'5"240Boston Coll.
#67Ahmad BradshawDB
Bluefield, VAGraham

Could play corner or running back in college.

3 stars5'10"185Virginia
#68Dane RandolphDE
Wilde Lake, MD

Underrated pass rusher has perfect size for Maryland's system.

3 stars6'5"245Maryland
#69Jared GaitherDT
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Basketball recruit came out of nowhere for football.

3 stars6'9"300Maryland
#70Christian VarnerDB
Randallstown, MD

Great ball skills for a physical cover corner.

3 stars5'11"170Maryland
#71Dan LawlorRB
Mechanicsburg, PACumberland Valley

Hard-nosed and physical blocker is a good pickup for PSU.

3 stars6'3"235Penn St.
#72Chenry LewisLB
Paterson, NJPaterson Catholic

Rangy, long-armed linebacker could grow into a DE.

3 stars6'3"205Rutgers
#73James HoustonDB
Boonville, NCStarmount

Excellent coverage skills and vision.

3 stars6'3"180Marshall
#74Chris GorhamDB
Pottstown, PA

Playmaker with good recovery skills and speed.

3 stars6'0"175Virginia
#75Tom WallsLB
West Deptford, NJ

Leather helmet special, tough-guy Walls could play in any era.

3 stars6'2"239Boston Coll.
#76Bryan SavageQB
Haverford, PAThe Haverford School

Poised with an excellent pocket presence.

3 stars6'4"210Wisconsin
#77Gerard MillerDE
Vanceboro, NCWest Craven

Super fast for his size, beats linemen to the outside with ease.

3 stars6'4"265N.C. State
#78J.J. BedleWR
Keyport, NJ

Jersey Jumping Bean -- outleaps everyone for the ball.

3 stars5'10"170Syracuse
#79Keith WillisRB
Stoughton, MAXaverian Brothers

Best pure blocking fullback in the country.

3 stars6'2"240Boston Coll.
#80Jaimie ThomasOL
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Watch for him to rise on many lists as LOI Day approaches.

4 stars6'4"320Maryland