2004 Centers

The West Coast centers in the class of 2004 looks to be fairly solid and it's led by Robert Swift, one of the top post prospects in the country...

We won't rank the 2004 class until after July, as there are simply too many players that we haven't had a good look at yet. Instead, we're listing ten of the top players at each position (in no particular order), along with other players of note. Keep in mind that this is a rough list and it will undoubtedly change dramatically by the end of July.


Robert Swift, 6-10 Bakersfield (Calif.) Garces
David Burgess, 6-9 Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge
Robert Rothbart, 6-11 Mountain View (Calif.) St. Francis
Chris Miles, 6-10 Provo (Utah) Timpview
Jonathan Black, 6-9 Phoenix (Ariz.) Greenway
David Ellis, 6-9 Sacramento (Calif.) Capitol Christian
Chris Henry, 6-8 Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Kurt Graeber, 6-8 Rolling Hills Estates (Calif.) Peninsula
Craig Austin, 6-9 Carlsbad (Calif.) High
Jordan White, 6-7 Bothell  (Wash.) Inglemoor

Other Centers Of Note

Todd Follmer, 6-10, Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
David Burke, 6-8 Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird
Tai Wesley, 6-7 Provo (Utah) High
Shawn Oliverson, 6-8 Reston (Ida.) High
Jeremiah Batdorf, 6-9 Palo Cedro (Calif.) Foothill
Michael Boone, 7-0 Loma Linda (Calif.) High
Thomas Herring, 6-7 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
Brandon Knight, 6-7 American Fork (Utah) Lone Peak
James Lester, 6-8 Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird
David Lithicum, 6-10 Farmington (NM) High
Taylor Montgomery, 6-8 Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird
Sam Rayburn, 6-10 Beaverton (Ore.) Sunset

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