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2004 Prospect Ranking Minnesota Top 10 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Lydon MurthaOL
Hutchinson, MN

It shouldn’t be long before he makes a contribution to Glenn Mason’s program at Minnesota.

4 stars6'8"315Nebraska
#2Brandon RobinsonDB
Minneapolis, MNBreck School

The offers just keep coming in for this talented and versatile athlete.

4 stars6'0"185Boston Coll.
#3Jerod ArlichRB
Mahtomedi, MN

Like Robinson, one of the few top prospects in the state of Minnesota who has not yet selected his college.

3 stars6'4"240Stanford
#4Nathan SwiftWR
Hutchinson, MN

This Nebraska commitment should fit in well in Lincoln.

3 stars6'3"190Nebraska
#5John CarlsonQB
Hopkins, MN

Has what it takes to be a very good quarterback in Glenn Mason’s offense.

3 stars6'2"200Minnesota
#6Dominique BarberRB
Plymouth, MNWayzata

Will join his brother and play for the Gophers.

3 stars6'0"187Minnesota
#7Liam O'HaganQB
Minneapolis, MNBreck

Has three scholarship offers including one from his home-state school.

2 stars6'2"205Harvard
#8Tony MortensenQB
Hutchinson, MN

Will challenge Carlson for the QB job at Minnesota.

2 stars6'4"215Minnesota
#9Brandon BradyRB
Richfield, MNHoly Angels

Has an offer from Wyoming, but waiting for others.

2 stars5'11"190W. Michigan
#10Rob HollwayDT
Richfield, MNHoly Angels

Will head to Wyoming to play his college football.

2 stars6'4"250Wyoming Minnesota Top 10 2004

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