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2004 Prospect Ranking Maryland/D.C. Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Derrick HarveyDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Still learning the game, Harvey has unlimited potential and excellent quickness. A great athlete.

5 stars6'5"235Florida
#2Doug DutchWR
Washington, DCGonzaga

Ran a 10.5 second 100 meters - as a freshman.

4 stars6'0"200Michigan
#3George CovingtonDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

A big, strong lineman who should end up playing inside in college. One of the main reasons Derrick Harvey makes plays.

4 stars6'3"230Maryland
#4Scott BurleyOL
Baltimore, MDWoodlawn

Massive, dominating offensive lineman is clearly the best in the area.

4 stars6'5"328Maryland
#5Eric LenzLB
Ijamsville, MDUrbana

Strong linebacker who runs very well and plays physical.

3 stars6'4"220Maryland
#6Derrick McPhearsonWR
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

Smooth is the best word used to describe McPhearson who makes everything look easy.

3 stars5'11"175Florida
#7Dane RandolphDE
Wilde Lake, MD

A sleeper no more, Randolph is equally dominating as a run stuffer or pass rusher.

3 stars6'5"245Maryland
#8Mike LucianTE
Frederick, MDLinganore

Lucian has the whole package at tight end with good hands, athletic ability and excellent blocking technique.

3 stars6'3"245Penn St.
#9Richard AbneyWR
Forestville, MD

A big, physical receiver who intimidates his opponents. Will go up and get the ball in traffic.

3 stars5'11"187Michigan St.
#10Christian VarnerDB
Randallstown, MD

A shutdown cornerback with great ball skills.

3 stars5'11"170Maryland
#11Kevin BarnesDB
Old Mill, MD

Won the 4A outdoor high jump title by clearing 6-6 at the state meet as a junior.

3 stars6'1"180Maryland
#12Stadford BrownATH
Washington, DCDunbar

Heading to the Left Coast to play at Oregon State.

2 stars6'1"173Oregon St.
#13Erin HendersonLB
Aberdeen, MD

Early Maryland pledge also had an offer from UVA.

2 stars6'3"210Maryland
#14Jared FaganATH
Waldorf, MDWestlake

Two-way star could end up at running back, receiver or at defensive back.

2 stars5'10"155Vanderbilt
#15Tommy MossWR
Rockville, MDGeorgetown Prep

Might be area's most under-recruited prospect.

2 stars6'3"200Syracuse
#16Quinton BrownATH
Upper Marlboro, MDFrederick Douglass

Early pledge to the Cuse.

2 stars5'10"175Syracuse
#17Theodore MillerDB
Washington, DCH. D. Woodson

Pairs with William Walls to form deadly defensive combination.

2 stars6'2"181Virginia Tech
#18William WallsDE
Washington, DCH. D. Woodson

Heading to Virginia Tech along with Theodore Miller.

2 stars6'5"255list
#19Edwin WilliamsOL
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

Solid prospect from storied program.

2 stars6'4"270Maryland
#20Devin FinleyRB
Westlake, MD

Running back that could project at a number of other spots.

2 stars6'2"190list
#21Trey TonsingOL
Westlake, MD

Early pledge to UConn.

2 stars6'4"270Connecticut
#22Jason BestOL
Brandywine, MDGwynn Park

Solid frame for college coaches to work with.

2 stars6'2"285list
#23Barron PerkinsRB
Marlboro, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Don't let his size fool you, he can scoot.

2 stars5'7"160list
#24Luke WarringOL
Washington, DCGonzaga

Amazing frame and quick feet equal solid D-I prospect.

2 stars6'5"302list
#25Donta HerrodDB
Washington, DCH. D. Woodson

Some coaches love. Other think he's a good D-I prospect.

2 stars6'2"190Syracuse Maryland/D.C. Top 25 2004

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