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2004 Prospect Ranking Washington Top 10 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Matthew TuiasosopoQB
Woodinville, WAWoodinville

Missed most of his junior season because of injury - but still a stud.

5 stars6'2"200Washington
#2Aaron KlovasOL
Graham, WABethel School

Best OL in the Pacific Northwest.

4 stars6'6"300Oregon
#3Andrew RoofOL
Spokane, WAEast Valley

Considered the second best offensive lineman in a year of good offensive linemen in the Northwest.

4 stars6'4"305Washington St.
#4Casey BulycaOL
Woodinville, WAWoodinville

Great feet and a nasty disposition makes Bulyca one of the West’s best.

3 stars6'7"290Washington
#5Keauntea BankheadDB
Seattle, WABallard

Good enough to be named first team all league at wide receiver, safety, and specialist.

4 stars6'0"200Washington
#6J.T. DiederichsRB
Seattle, WABallard

Diederichs has been compared in his running style to former Husky tailback and NFL superstar, Corey Dillon.

3 stars6'2"215Washington St.
#7Gary RogersQB
Mukilteo, WAKamiak

Has a strong arm, is very poised and sees the field well.

3 stars6'5"215Washington St.
#8Trenton TuiasosopoDE
Everett, WAMariner

Tuiasosopo is the cousin of Raider Marquis Tuiasosopo and Washington Husky fullback Zach Tuiasosopo.

3 stars6'3"220Washington
#9Chancellor YoungWR
Woodinville, WAO'Dea

The son of former NFL and USC standout Charlie Young.

3 stars6'2"210Duke
#10Jordan White-FrisbeeDT
Seattle, WAInglemoor

Could play on either side of the ball with his massive frame.

3 stars6'7"285Washington Washington Top 10 2004

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