Early 2004 Draft Gazings

For the die-hard draftniks (admitting it is the first step), here is a look at the early prospects for the 2004 draft.

Below is a listing of the top 15 college players, according to National Scouting Inc., one of the two scouting services used by the NFL. One of the players, Tony Hollings, has been declared ineligible and has entered the supplemental draft that will be conducted Thursday

Players with a 6.5 rating or better are deemed first-round material.

WR Roy Williams, Texas, 7.9
WR Lee Evans, Wisconsin, 7.7
OT Robert Gallery, Iowa, 7.5
RB Greg Jones, Florida State, 7.3
QB J.P. Losman, Tulane, 7.2
OT Vernon Carey, Miami, 7.0
RB Tony Hollings, Georgia Tech, 7.0
TE Ben Watson, Georgia, 7.0
LB D.J. Williams, Miami, 7.0
WR Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma State, 6.9
OT Max Starks, Florida, 6.8
DT DeMarco McNeil, Auburn, 6.5
OT Jacob Rogers, USC, 6.5
DE Will Smith, Ohio State, 6.5
LB Jonathan Vilma, Miami, 6.5

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