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2004 Prospect Ranking Pennsylvania Top 50 2004

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Anthony MorelliQB
Pittsburgh, PAPenn Hills

Ball-handling skills and arm strength give him the nod over Henne.

6'4"208Penn St.
#2Chad HenneQB
West Lawn, PAWilson

Faster than Morelli and still learning the game. Great upside.

#3Dan ConnorLB
Wallingford, PAStrath Haven

A tackling machine who reminds me of former Miami stud Dan Morgan.

6'3"215Penn St.
#4Kyle MitchumOL
Erie, PAMcDowell

Long arms and a good frame make him a future left tackle for someone.

6'6"265Ohio St.
#5James BryantLB
Reading, PA

A hitting machine on defense who could also be a standout tailback in a Single Back or Power-I.

6'3"240Miami (FL)
#6Tyrell SalesDE
Butler, PA

Sales is a terrific athlete who is just learning to dominate.

6'4"235Penn St.
#7Andrew JohnsonRB
Pittsburgh, PANorth Hills

Upright runner with good speed and toughness despite injury issues.

6'0"205Miami (FL)
#8A.Q. ShipleyDT
Coraopolis, PAMoon

Squat defensive tackle with a great motor. Could end up as an offensive guard or center.

6'2"275Penn St.
#9Greg HarrisonOL
Shenandoah, PAValley

Great leverage player could be inside or outside on the offensive line for PSU.

6'5"295Penn St.
#10Chris RogersLB
Wexford, PANorth Allegheny

A throwback linebacker in the mold of Chris Spielman.

#11Corey DavisLB
Pittsburgh, PAPeabody

Big linebacker could end up along the d-line at Pitt.

#12Rory NicolTE
Beaver, PAArea

Good size, speed and hands.

6'5"245Ohio St.
#13Jordan SteffyQB
Leola, PAConestoga Valley

Great athlete and dangerous with his arm or legs.

#14Devon LyonsDB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

This year's Ryan Mundy (Michigan signee), Lyons is a great two-way threat.

6'2"210Ohio St.
#15Anthony HeygoodRB
Chester, PACardinal O'Hara

A big, bruising runner who will move the chains.

#16Craig BokorDT
Aliquippa, PAHopewell

Very strong run blocker will likely play inside for Pitt.

#17Ryan PurvisTE
Lancaster, PALancaster Catholic

Excellent blocker and a standout hoops player as well.

6'5"235Boston Coll.
#18Chris CraneQB
Camp Hill, PATrinity

Ran a 4.53-second 40-yard dash at Nike Camp.

6'5"220Boston Coll.
#19Adam GunnDB
Vandergrift, PAKiski Area

Super playmaker on offense and defense.

#20Scott McKillopLB
Vandergrift, PAKiski Area

Not as big or physical as his brother, but quicker.

#21Dan LawlorRB
Mechanicsburg, PACumberland Valley

Great blocker with good hands.

6'3"235Penn St.
#22Kevin AkinsDB
Lansdale, PANorth Penn

Could play RB or S in college.

6'2"185Boston Coll.
#23Wyatt BowmanOL
Mchanisburg, PACumberland Valley

Massive lineman getting quicker each year.

6'6"310Penn St.
#24Dontey BrownLB
McKeesport, PAMcKeesport

Big linebacker will probably end up as a rush end.

6'3"245Penn St.
#25Darrelle RevisDB
Aliquippa, PAAliquippa

Good size and closing speed at CB.

#26Dave BrytusK
Imperial, PAWest Allegheny

Better punter than kicker - has a very strong leg.

#27Jon SkinnerOL
Mount Carmel, PA

Should have a big senior year after injury-hampered junior season.

6'5"285Ohio St.
#28Chris GorhamDB
Pottstown, PA

Excellent man-to-man coverage skills.

#29Mike MarvisLB
Hempfield, PAHempfield Area

Stubby, physical linebacker is a big hitter.

#30Ryan EhrieOL
Bethlehem, PAFreedom

Tall, thin lineman has excellent footwork.

#31Jaimie ThomasOL
Harrisburg, PABishop McDevitt

Underrated big man from top program.

#32Bryan SavageQB
Haverford, PAThe Haverford School

Good size, strong arm and adequate mobility.

#33Dave WeberOL
King of Prussia, PAUpper Merion

Interior lineman needs to get a little more nimble.

#34Steffan BrinsonATH
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Superb athlete should shine as full-time starter.

#35Mike CoxRB
Lewisberry, PARed Land

Thick-legged lead blocker.

6'2"248Georgia Tech
#36Andre HallWR
Erdenheim, PASpringfield Township

Tall wideout is a solid possession receiver at next level.

#37Ben IannacchioneOL
Pittsburgh, PABaldwin

Smart lineman could play center in college.

6'4"283West Virginia
#38Dale CallowayWR
Washington, PA

Will probably be a shutdown corner for WVU.

#39Curtis BrinkleyRB
Philadelphia, PAWest Catholic

Record-breaking RB will awesome vision and elusiveness.

#40Justin GuadagniLB
Glassport, PASouth Allegheny

Very physical linebacker with good coverage skills.

6'1"228Georgia Tech
#41Mortty IvyDB
Monroeville, PAGateway

Do-everything player in high school will be a safety in college.

6'2"200West Virginia
#42Matthew ParkhurstDE
Philadelphia, PASt. Joseph

Non-stop motor leads to double digit sacks this season?

#43Lucas CoxDE
Springdale, PA

Six catches as a junior, but four were for scores.

#44Austin GunderTE
Red Lion, PA

Big target with good hands and solid blocking skills.

#45Ben MaljovecDB
Warren, PA

Might be a better safety than quarterback in college.

#46Sean ShannonOL
Altoona, PA

Massive lineman hoping to bounce back after heat stroke.

#47Nate WaldronDB
Rochester, PARochester

Small school star is a stat stuffer on defense.

5'11"190Bowling Green
#48Chris GouldK
Lock Haven, PACentral Mountain

Two 50-yard field goals already this season.

#49Mike BernhardQB
Allentown, PAWilliam Allen

Sleeper QB with good size.

#50Joe McDanielRB
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Physical runner and excellent blocker.

6'0"215Akron Pennsylvania Top 50 2004

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