Countdown to #1 in Georgia (100-81)

Scott Kennedy counts down's Top 100 College Prospects in the state of Georgia. Today for the Class of 2004. He starts with 100-81.

When college football fans think of the top talent producing state the big 3 jump to mind right away: Texas, California, and Florida. Those three states once again led the nation in sending college kids to division 1 schools. Georgia ranks #4 on the list, and this is a particularly deep year for the Peach State.

It cannot be questioned that Georgia is one of the most talent laden states in the nation. No one covers Georgia like, Scott Kennedy and Jamie Newberg both live in the Metro Atlanta area, and no one in this business sees more players in the state of Georgia than than

We are going to issue a top 100 list for the state of Georgia. Today we count down players 100-81

#100 Justin Boyle
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 210 40: 4.5
Harrison HS (Kennesaw)

Justin Boyle is an active linebacker with good speed. An excellent student, Boyle has already made a commitment to Duke

#99 Josh Satterthwait
Center/Tight End
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 240 40: 4.9
Lassiter HS (Marietta)

Josh Satterthwait is one of the top athletic big men in the state of Georgia. A top notch Lacrosse player, Satterthwait plays tight end and defensive end for Lassiter, but his future could involve playing center on the next level. Satterthwait likes Georgia, Vanderbilt, and Louisville among others.

#98 Carlos Brooks
Ht: 5-10 Wt: 170 40: 4.5
Houston County HS (Warner Robins)

Carlos Brooks is a cover corner that is on the radar screen of several teams across the south. He was a standout at Georgia's summer camp, and the Bulldogs would appear to be the leader should they tender a scholarship offer.

#97 Julius Williams
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 200 40: 4.65
Towers HS (Decatur)

Julius Williams is a strong linebacker prospect that looked good at the MSL Combine this summer in Atlanta. He runs extremely well, and has the strength to play the middle.

Frank Alston

#96 Frank Alston
Defensive End
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 233 40: 4.8
Tri-Cities HS(Tri-Cities)

Frank Alston will add some size to the lines at a loaded Tri-Cities team. He has a great frame and runs well for his size and position.

#95 Bryant Anderson
Wide Receiver
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 200 
Centennial HS (Roswell)

Bryant Anderson is a huge target out of Centennial High School, and with a big senior year and more evaluation, he could sky rocket up this list. He has the size and frame that colleges covet. He has already made a commitment to Vanderbilt.

Raeshon Ball

#94 Raeshon Ball
Ht: 5-8 Wt: 171 40: 4.5
Stephenson HS (Stone Mountain)

Raeshon's older brother Reggie has gotten the bulk of the press this summer at Georgia Tech, but Raeshon is a very good player in his own right. Ball was a starting corner last year for Stephenson, and he will be counted on heavily again this year.

Anthony Edwards

#93 Anthony Edwards
Running Back
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 202 40: 4.56
Riverdale HS (Riverdale)

Anthony Edwards is a big, solid back with excellent speed. He rushed for almost 900 yards and 9 touchdowns as a junior, and he is a three time county champion in wrestling. 

#92 Breon Rogers
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 185 40: 4.6
Stephenson (Stone Mountain)

Another legacy at Stephenson, Rogers is the younger brother of Wisconsin freshman Roderick Rogers. Breon logged time behind Roderick at safety last year, and this will be his year to shine as he will get the starting nod. Rogers is a tall, smooth athlete that will get several offers before the year is over.

Sean McVay

#91 Sean McVay
Ht: 5-10 Wt: 170 40: 4.4
Marist (Atlanta)

Sean McVay is an option quarterback for one of the top teams in the state at Marist. He can play the option quarterback position, or he can move to defensive back or wide receiver on the next level.

Sean Walker

#90 Sean Walker
Wide Receiver
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 150 40: 4.41
Jefferson County (Louisville)

Sean Walker is a speedy playmaker at the wide receiver position for Jefferson County. he had 510 yards receiving last year, and he is poised for an even bigger season this year. He has good height and excellent quickness, and will easily add weight once the season is over.

Jawara Mars

#89 Jawara Mars
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 224 40: 4.59
Dunwoody (Dunwoody)

A fast linebacker prospect with plenty of speed, Mars will help spearhead Dunwoody's defense this year.

Austin Joseph

#88 Austin Joseph
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 177 40: 4.69
Collins Hill (Suwanee)

Austin Joseph has been a standout at several camps this summer including the MSL Combine and the Nike Camp in Gainesville. He is also a standout on the soccer team, but he is a natural in pass coverage and can play safety on the next level.

Andrew McKain

#87 Andrew McKain
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 220 40: 4.65
Tucker (Tucker)

The first of several prospects from a loaded Tucker team. McKain can play fullback or inside linebacker. He is also a standout baseball player.

#86 Chris Covington
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 190 40: 4.4
Brookwood (Snellville)

One of the fastest prospects in the state of Georgia, Covington can flat out move. He was one of the only bright spots in the state championship game for Brookwood last year when he took a kick off to the house. He is a big time baseball prospect as well as football.

#85 Jabari Marshall
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 169 40: 4.48
Mays (Atlanta)

A speedy wide receiver prospect that opened some eyes at several camps this summer, Marshall can play wide receiver or corner on the next level. Marshall is an excellent student that will get looks from some of the top academic institutions.

#84 Jamal Lewis
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 170 40: 4.44
Jonesboro (Jonesboro)

Jamal Lewis has been extremely impressive at camps this summer. Not only with his testing results, but with his good work in drills against some of the top receivers in the south. He has great size and can play corner, but he looks to be a more natural fit at safety.

Emmanuel Spann

#83 Emmanuel Spann
Wide Receiver
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 163 40: 4.5
Westlake (Atlanta)

Spann will provide the outside threat for a Westlake team that is loaded with huge offensive linemen. Spann has exceptional top end speed, and is poised for a huge offensive year this year.

Roger King

#82 Roger King 
Ht: 5-8 Wt: 170 40: 4.4
Peach County (Fort Valley)

"Rock Solid" is an understatement when talking about Peach County's Roger King. He plays with every bit the intensity that one would expect out of a player built like this. If he was 3 inches taller, he'd be one of the Top 5 corner's in the country. As it stands, he will have to be one of those players that will star on the next level, and people will ask the question "Where'd he come from?"

#81 Brandon Ogletree
Running Back
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 201 40: 4.5
Mary Persons (Mary Persons)

A workout wonder that can make a huge jump up this list. He's made this list based on pure potential of his workout numbers. His speed for his size is tremendous, and this is a player I look forward to finding out more about.

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