2004 Center Rankings

The Vikings already have a Pro Bowl center in Matt Birk, a sixth-round draft pick in 1998, but if the team loses Cory Withrow to free agency they could look for depth among these top 27 draft-eligible centers in April.

 

2004 Center Rankings

Rank Round Full Name School Year
1 2B Jake Grove Virginia Tech 5Sr
2 4A Alex Stepanovich Ohio State 4Sr
3 5A Toby Cecil Texas Tech 5Sr
4 5B Nick Hardwick Purdue 5Sr
5 6A Rex Hadnot Houston 5Sr
6 6C Scott Wells Tennessee 5Sr
7 7A A.J. Ricker Missouri 5Sr
8 7B Nick Romeo Syracuse 5Sr
9 FA Nick Seitze Kentucky 5Sr
10 FA Kevin Bailey Virginia 5Sr
11 FA Todd Ghilani Northern Illinois 4Sr
12 FA Hugh Reilly Georgia Tech 5Sr
13 FA LaMons Walker San Jose State 5Sr
14 FA Scott Jackson BYU 5Sr
15 FA Josh Sewell Nebraska 5Sr
16 FA Brent Swaggert Montana State 5Sr
17 FA Norm Katnik USC 5Sr
18 FA Dave Pearson Michigan 5Sr
19 FA Justin Colburn New Mexico 5Sr
20 FA Eugene Amano Southeast Missouri 4Sr
21 FA Justin Sawyer Mississippi 4Sr
22 FA Dan Weaver Oregon 4Sr
23 FA Todd Bachert Washington 5Sr
24 FA Blake Jones Mississippi State 5Sr
25 FA Steve Smith Kent State 5Sr
26 FA Ben Timmons West Virginia 5Sr
27 FA Cedric Fields Baylor 5Sr

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