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2004 Prospect Ranking

Rivals.com Virginia Top 25 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Olu HallDE
Fairfax, VARobinson

Unlimited potential as a rush end or even as a stand-up linebacker.

4 stars6'5"220Virginia
#2Kent HicksDB
Culpeper, VACulpeper County

Very athletic and a solid tackler. The top defensive back in the state by far.

4 stars6'2"190Virginia Tech
#3Sean GlennonQB
Centreville, VAWestfield

Great leader, good accuracy and a strong arm. Can't ask for much more.

4 stars6'3"185Virginia Tech
#4Jerod MayoLB
Hampton, VAKecoughtan

Still growing and should play at around 225-230 pounds. Very quick and a sure tackler.

4 stars6'2"214Tennessee
#5Chris LongDE
Charlottesville, VASt. Anne's Belfield

NFL genes (father is Howie Long), NFL body and all the tools to be a great one.

4 stars6'4"262Virginia
#6Ryan PondQB
Chesapeake, VAWestern Branch

Big, strong-armed quarterback who is mobile for his size.

2 stars6'2"225list
#7Ahmad BradshawDB
Bluefield, VAGraham

Will likely be a defensive back in college, but is also a superb tailback. Great speed.

3 stars5'10"185Virginia
#8Cedric PeermanRB
Naruna, VAWilliam Campbell

Very shifty runner who is also physical between the tackles.

3 stars5'10"185Virginia
#9Jeremy GilchristWR
Virginia Beach, VALandstown

Very polished wideout, runs precise routes and is very smart.

3 stars5'9"180Virginia Tech
#10John BradshawOL
Fredericksburg, VAStafford

Dominating lineman is easily the best at his position in the state this year.

3 stars6'5"295West Virginia
#11Lee BujakowskiQB
Hopewell, VAHopewell HS

Doesn't do anything great, but does all the little things needed to succeed. Also fairly mobile.

2 stars6'4"219list
#12Andrew BowmanLB
Glen Allen, VAHermitage

Hard-hitting linebacker loves to play physical.

3 stars6'1"225Virginia Tech
#13Jon KirchnerDT
Lexington, VARockbridge County

Could be a big defensive end, but more likely will play inside as a run-stuffer with good pass rush skills.

3 stars6'5"260Virginia
#14Antwain CareyRB
Chesapeake, VADeep Creek

Leg injury puts his senior season in question. Has great speed, but will he lose a step?

2 stars6'0"205N. Carolina
#15Eddie RoyalWR
Herndon, VAWestfield

The fatest player in the state is rising fast on most lists.

4 stars5'10"170Virginia Tech
#16Clint SintimDE
Woodbridge, VAGar-Field

Great size and quickness, Sintim is also rising very fast.

3 stars6'3"254Virginia
#17Zak StairOL
Manassas, VAOsbourn Park

A solid lineman with good technique and footwork.

2 stars6'6"285Virginia
#18Branden OreRB
Chesapeake, VAIndian River

Shifty running back with long frame and good speed.

2 stars6'0"205Virginia Tech
#19Tony WillisOL
Highland Springs, VA

Massive lineman dominates at the high school level.

2 stars6'6"310Clemson
#20Brandon HollandOL
Roanoke, VANorthside

Big, quick and very physical.

2 stars6'5"281Virginia Tech
#21Richard TaylorDB
Clifton, VACentreville

A very good athlete who is best suited for defense.

2 stars6'1"195Maryland
#22Daniel BaileyRB
Clifton, VACentreville

He may be small, but Bailey is a burner.

3 stars5'7"170Syracuse
#23Devonta BrownLB
Charlottesville, VA

Big linebacker who moves well.

2 stars6'2"238Virginia
#24A.J. BrownDB
Bealeton, VALiberty

Playmaker is also a big hitter.

2 stars6'1"195Syracuse
#25Rashad JenningsRB
Lynchburg, VALiberty Christian Academy

Massive running back is a bruiser.

2 stars6'2"240Pittsburgh

Rivals.com Virginia Top 25 2004

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