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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Adrian PetersonRB
Palestine, TX

Almost 3,000 yards as a senior shows why he's the best in the nation. But his game in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl also helped.

5 stars6'2"210Oklahoma
#2Theodore Ginn, JrDB
Cleveland, OHGlenville Academic Campus

Ginn is a human highlight machine and well worth the price of admission. Showed the entire nation why he's one of the best at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'0"170Ohio St.
#3Early DoucetWR
St. Martinville, LA

A star at quarterback, running back and receiver for St. Martinville. Committed to Nick Saban's LSU Tigers.

5 stars6'1"207LSU
#4Rhett BomarQB
Grand Prairie, TX

A broken hand and a seperated shoulder kept Bomar out of the playoffs, but he still threw for 1,272 yards and rushed for 547 yards as a senior. Also played well in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'4"205Oklahoma
#5Keith RiversLB
Lake Mary, FL

Another 100-plus tackle season shows why Rivers is a five-star player. Hopes to wear No. 55 at USC.

5 stars6'3"215USC
#6Willie WilliamsLB
Miami, FLCarol City

Good enough to make an impact right away as a true freshman. Was named one of the team captains at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

5 stars6'2"225Miami (FL)
#7Brandon MillerDE
Colquitt, GAMiller County

Missed a large chunk of his senior season because of injury, but turned it on late in the season. Should still be an impact pass rusher in college.

5 stars6'4"225Georgia
#8Derrick HarveyDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

31 sacks and 133 tackles as a senior and still growing as a football player. What more needs to be said?

5 stars6'5"235Florida
#9Jeff Schweiger Jr.DE
San Jose, CAValley Christian

Great senior season and performance all week at the U.S. Army All-American Game makes him Rivals100.com's pick for the top player in California.

5 stars6'5"245USC
#10Xavier LeeQB
Daytona Beach, FLSeabreeze

Lee finished his prep career as Florida's all-time leader in passing yards (9,082), completions (549) and touchdowns (98).

5 stars6'4"200Florida St.
#11DeMario PressleyDT
Greensboro, NCDudley

Pressley averaged a sack a game as a senior, despite dobule and triple-teams. So athletic that he can do the splits.

5 stars6'4"285N.C. State
#12Anthony MorelliQB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Led his team to the state semifinals and a 9-3 record. Might have the strongest arm in the nation.

5 stars6'4"208Penn St.
#13Chad HenneQB
West Lawn, PAWilson

The next great quarterback for the Wolverines? Looked great in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'3"210Michigan
#14Kyle WilliamsLB
Bolingbrook, IL

Showed what type of athlete he was this year by also rushing for more than 1,000 yards. Visited Oregon, but is sticking with the Hawkeyes.

5 stars6'2"217Iowa
#15Chris PattersonLB
Chicago, ILHubbard

Committed early to Oklahoma over a host of national programs. Amazing during the U.S. Army All-American Game practices.

5 stars6'3"220Oklahoma
#16Matthew TuiasosopoQB
Woodinville, WAWoodinville

The apple didn't fall too far off the family tree with Matthew. Might have the most leadership skill of any QB in the nation.

5 stars6'2"200Washington
#17Cameron ColvinWR
Concord, CADe La Salle

Showed against Shreveport Evangel on ESPN why he's one of the nation's best players. Then did it again in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'2"193Oregon
#18Franklin OkamDT
Richardson, TXLake Highlands

After clogging up the middle in football, he's now patroling the paint on the basketball court and will be a doctor in the future.

5 stars6'5"300Texas
#19Fred DavisWR
Toledo, OHRogers

Might be the most impressive looking receiver from a physical standpoint. Looked great all week in practices for the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'4"210USC
#20Jeff ByersOL
Loveland, CO

USC landed the nation's No. 1 offensive line prospect and one of the best in the last five years. Amazing footwork was displayed at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'4"280USC
#21Lance LeggettWR
Arlington, TXGrace Prepatory

Super star that dominated private school football in Texas the last two years. The center of a heated recruiting battle between Miami and Florida.

5 stars6'4"178Miami (FL)
#22Xavier CarterWR
Palm Bay, FL

World-class sprinter and really good receiver. One of the stars of practices at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'3"190LSU
#23Thomas HerringOL
Los Angeles, CAFremont

A future first-round pick as a left tackle, even though he plays tight end and defensive end.

5 stars6'6"292USC
#24Dan ConnorLB
Wallingford, PAStrath Haven

A very bright point for Penn State after a nine-loss season.

5 stars6'3"215Penn St.
#25Brian ToalLB
Wyckoff, NJDon Bosco Prep

The top player in the state of New Jersey for 2004. Played great as a running back in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

5 stars6'2"228Boston Coll.
#26Alonzo BryantATH
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Could star at a number of different positions for Georgia, including quarterback.

4 stars6'2"185Georgia
#27William MorriseyDT
Silsbee, TX

Impossible to block and he uses great leverage to get into the backfield.

4 stars6'1"285Texas A&M
#28Marshawn LynchRB
Oakland, CATechnical

Dominated the Cal-Florida Bowl - much like he did opponents all season long.

4 stars5'11"195California
#29Roland MartinOL
Chicago, ILHarper High School

Reminds college coaches of Orlando Pace when he was in high school.

4 stars6'5"326Michigan St.
#30Herman JohnsonOL
Denton, TX

Was born at 15 pounds and kept on growing. He's now one of the best offensive line prospects in the entire nation.

4 stars6'8"350LSU
#31Marcus FreemanLB
Huber Heights, OHWayne High School

Ohio State should be stacked at linebacker in the future with Freeman roaming the middle. Didn't come off the field during the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'2"240Ohio St.
#32Tony CarterDB
Jacksonville, FLMandarin

Has that extra gear that you need to be an impact college cornerback.

4 stars5'9"175Florida St.
#33Zach MillerTE
Phoenix, AZDesert Vista

Known throughout Arizona as a great blocker and a great receiver. He's the ultimate tight end.

4 stars6'4"240Arizona St.
#34Brandon SilerLB
Orlando, FLEvans

Dominated the Cal-Florida Bowl on the defensive side, showing why his stock has shot through the roof.

4 stars6'3"220Florida
#35Bobby WashingtonRB
Miami, FLKillian

After committing early to Miami, the only question left is whether or not he'll qualify.

4 stars6'0"200Miami (FL)
#36Thomas BrownRB
Tucker, GATucker

Should be a perfect fit in the Georgia offense. Also could be a heck of a corner prospect.

4 stars5'10"185Georgia
#37Calvin JohnsonWR
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

The Jackets scored a huge commitments from the top receiver in the Peach State.

4 stars6'4"210Georgia Tech
#38Andrew KelsonDB
Houston, TXLamar

Showed this season that he was the true No. 1 at the safety position.

4 stars6'2"210Texas
#39Charles JohnsonDE
Hawkinsville, GAHawkinsville

Scary that somebody that big can run that fast.

4 stars6'3"240Georgia
#40Tim JamisonDE
Harvey, ILThornton Township

People in Illinois have been talking about him all year - and he showed at the U.S. Army All-American Game why his stock shot through the roof.

4 stars6'3"240Michigan
#41Robbie ReidQB
Galena Park, TXNorth Shore

Has led his team to the Class 5A Division II state championship. Already enrolled at Oklahoma State.

4 stars6'3"224Oklahoma St.
#42Lydon MurthaOL
Hutchinson, MN

Glen Mason snagged this blue-chip recruit early. Played well at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'8"315Nebraska
#43Demonte BoldenDT
Chattanooga, TNTyner Academy

The top player in Tennessee and a beast to block. Was impressive all week in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'5"294Tennessee
#44Dwayne JarrettATH
New Brunswick, NJ

Coaches compare him to USC's Mike Williams because of his raw ability. Showed in practices at the U.S. Army All-American Game that he is going to be special.

4 stars6'5"205USC
#45Brandon BarrettWR
Martinsburg, WV

The best player to come out of West Virginia since Randy Moss? College coaches sure think so. Huge get for the Mountaineers.

4 stars6'1"190West Virginia
#46Nikita StoverWR
Hartselle, AL

The top player in the state of Alabama committed early to the Tide.

4 stars6'1"190Alabama
#47Glenn DorseyDT
Gonzales, LAEast Ascension

LSU and Nick Saban wrapped up Dorsey early in the process.

4 stars6'2"293LSU
#48Calvin DarityOL
Tallahassee, FLLincoln

The nation's top offensive guard is a true smash-mouth blocker.

4 stars6'4"275N. Carolina
#49Marcus WalkerDB
Waco, TX

People didn't even dare throw Walker's way. Dominated one-on-one matchups in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars5'11"180Oklahoma
#50Stephen McGeeQB
Burnet, TX

Amazing senior season has had the future Aggie QB's stock on the rise.

4 stars6'3"205Texas A&M
#51Rhyan AndersonDE
Oak Creek, WI

Anderson was born in Florida, but then lived for four years in Oklahoma before moving to Wisconsin.

4 stars6'6"265Miami (FL)
#52J.R. BryantDB
Miami, FLKillian

Many forget about Bryant because he committed so early, but he still is one of the nation's top corners.

4 stars6'1"170Florida St.
#53Brandon BraxtonOL
Youngstown, OHUrsuline

In a great year in Ohio, some forget about how good Braxton really is.

4 stars6'6"300Oklahoma
#54Kyle JacksonDB
Neptune Beach, FLFletcher

15 interceptions in the last two years helped cement Jackson's stock.

4 stars6'0"190Florida
#55Cedric DockeryOL
Garland, TXLakeview Centennial

Brother is in the NFL, but Cedric could be even better.

4 stars6'4"315Texas
#56Kyle MitchumOL
Erie, PAMcDowell

A few coaches think he might really be the nation's top offensive lineman.

4 stars6'6"265Ohio St.
#57Charlie JonesRB
Homestead, FLSouth Dade

He was the leading scorer in Dade County and over 10 of his touchdowns were in the red zone.

4 stars5'11"200Miami (FL)
#58Josh JohnsonLB
Stone Mountain, GAStephenson

The top linebacker in a great year for talent in the Peach State.

4 stars6'2"225Georgia
#59James BryantLB
Reading, PA

182 tackles as a senior helped his stock move up even higher. Looked great all week in practices for the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'3"240Miami (FL)
#60Dwayne JonesRB
Lakewood, NJ

Jones is a big running back in the mold of Maurice Clarrett.

4 stars6'1"233Rutgers
#61Lawrence TimmonsLB
Florence, SCWilson

"He's the best player in South Carolina," SEC recruiting coordinator.

4 stars6'3"225Florida St.
#62Cornelius IngramATH
Hawthorne, FLHawthorne

The team that lands him will be happy both on the football field and on the court.

4 stars6'5"215Florida
#63D.J. WolfeRB
Lawton, OKEisenhower

The top player in Oklahoma did it all for team with more than 1,200 yards rushing. Already enrolled at Oklahoma.

4 stars5'11"180Oklahoma
#64Jamaal EdwardsRB
Greensboro, NCDudley

Should be amazing in Florida State's offense. He's a perfect fit for the Noles.

4 stars6'0"202Florida St.
#65Drew MillerOL
Sarasota, FLRiverview

Graded out at more than 90 percent two years in a row. Dominated one-on-one drills at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'6"305Florida
#66George CovingtonDE
Greenbelt, MDEleanor Roosevelt

Maryland gets the biggest steal of anybody in the nation because Covington is a stud.

4 stars6'3"230Maryland
#67Olu HallDE
Fairfax, VARobinson

Has an amazing frame that will only get stronger in college weight program.

4 stars6'5"220Virginia
#68Chris SmithDE
Allen, TX

Injuries plauged his senior season, but he still reminds recruiters of Grant Winstrom.

4 stars6'5"265Texas A&M
#69Chase PattonQB
Columbia, MORock Bridge

If this kid was in Texas or California, he'd had 50 offers instead of only around 25.

4 stars6'4"205Missouri
#70Eric McLendonDT
Vidalia, GA

Some thing McLendon is a future OL, but where ever he ends up at he's going to be special.

4 stars6'6"288list
#71Ryan MillerOL
Lake Charles, LABarbe

Made big recruiting news by switching long-time commitment from A&M to LSU. Ranked as one of the best offensive linemen at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'6"310LSU
#72Marlon FavoriteDT
Harvey, LAWest Jefferson

Proved what LSU fans already knew at the U.S. Army All-American Game. This kid might not be the tallest, but he's one of the best DL in the nation.

4 stars6'3"310LSU
#73Lavelle HawkinsATH
Stockton, CAEdison

"Lavelle is an electrifying player. No matter what side of the ball, Lavelle dominates." - Edison coach Elliott Burke.

4 stars5'11"170LSU
#74Aaron JonesDT
Orlando, FLEdgewater

Along with Jamison, couldn't be blocked by any of the offensive linemen at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'3"270Florida St.
#75Cortney GrixbyDB
Omaha, NECentral High School

The top player in the state of Nebraska for 2004, and is also a great point guard recruit.

4 stars5'9"160Nebraska
#76Garry PackLB
Hattiesburg, MSOak Grove

By the time his senior season ended, he was the top recruit in the Magnolia State.

4 stars6'1"217Mississippi
#77Michael BumpusWR
Culver City, CACulver City

A true athlete that racked up big yards rushing, passing and receiving.

4 stars6'0"185Washington St.
#78Brian BrohmQB
Louisville, KYTrinity

His father (Oscar) and brother (Jeff) were both quarterbacks at the University of Louisville, but will Brian follow his own path?

4 stars6'3"200Louisville
#79Tony TempleRB
Kansas City, MORockhurst

The most recruited player ever from Kansas City? Stayed in state to play for the Missouri Tigers.

4 stars5'10"192Missouri
#80Alex MitchellOL
Bay City, MICentral High School

Mitchell is the top player in the state of Michigan in 2004.

4 stars6'5"310Michigan
#81Nick HaydenDT
Hartland, WIArrowhead

Was quiet about recruiting, until he committed to Wisconsin.

4 stars6'5"265Wisconsin
#82Andrew JohnsonRB
Pittsburgh, PANorth Hills

Scored more than 20 touchdowns as a senior.

4 stars6'0"205Miami (FL)
#83Marque HallDT
Marshville, NCForest Hills

In a great year in North Carolina, people don't understand how good Marque Hall really is.

4 stars6'5"305South Carolina
#84Trevor FordDB
Miami, FLNorthwestern

Had 60 tackles, 11 pass break-ups and four interceptions during the regular season.

4 stars6'1"187Florida St.
#85McIntosh NicolasDB
Immokalee, FLImmokalee

The fastest rising star in the Sunshine State.

4 stars6'3"180Florida
#86Eugene GermanyDE
Pomona, CAPomona

Selected to play in the Cal-Florida Bowl after very solid senior season.

4 stars6'4"250list
#87Aaron KlovasOL
Graham, WABethel School

Klovas has amazing feet and a good two-way blocker. Looked solid at the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'6"300Oregon
#88Drew WeatherfordQB
Land O'Lakes, FL

Future Seminole quarterback impressed at the Cal-Florida Bowl like he did for the past two years.

4 stars6'3"205Florida St.
#89Dale ThompsonTE
Corona, CASantiago

Learned how to block with the best while playing OL as a junior.

4 stars6'4"240USC
#90Brigham HarwellDE
Hacienda Heights, CALos Altos

With his size and frame, many compare him to Terrell Suggs.

4 stars6'2"245UCLA
#91Kyle RiggsOL
Festus, MO

People forget how good Riggs is because he committed so early.

4 stars6'5"303Missouri
#92Matt BossOL
Cherryvale, KS

Don't let small school competition fool you, because Boss is big time.

4 stars6'5"315Kansas St.
#93Leon HartOL
Columbia, SCSpring Valley

One of the most impressive drive blockers in the nation.

4 stars6'4"290Auburn
#94Jae ThaxtonLB
Hartwell, GAHart. Co.

160 tackles and five sacks a big reason why Thaxton is now on the Rivals100 team.

4 stars6'3"225Florida St.
#95Webster PatrickRB
Spring, TXWestfield

175 attempts, 1,855 yards and 25 touchdowns - what more needs to be said?

4 stars5'8"200Iowa St.
#96Brett GallimoreOL
Riverside, MOPark Hill South

The star of the Rivals.com Cutting Room Classics.

4 stars6'5"290Michigan
#97Nick PattonQB
Winfield, KS

Threw for more than 1,200 yards and was a one-man show for Winfield. Stays in state to play for K-State.

4 stars6'3"205Kansas St.
#98Doug DutchWR
Washington, DCGonzaga

Washington D.C.'s best offering for the Class of 2004. Looked solid during practices for the U.S. Army All-American Game.

4 stars6'0"200Michigan
#99Myron HardyWR
Round Rock, TXMcNeil

The top skill player in the Texas Longhorn class, and could see the field quickly with his gamebreaking ability.

4 stars6'3"195Texas
#100Greg HarrisonOL
Shenandoah, PAValley

An early Penn State commitment that could be an impact player for the Lions.

4 stars6'5"295Penn St.

Rivals.com The Rivals100 2004

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