Oklahoma landed two of SI's top three high school seniors, but co-national champions LSU and USC nabbed a pair of players among the first 10 as well. Here's a look at the best of the class of 2004.
1. ADRIAN PETERSON
RB PALESTINE, TEXAS
Rushed for 2,960 yards and 32 TDs on 252 carries as senior
2. TED GINN JR.
Shut-down corner was MVP of U.S. Army All-American Bowl
3. RHETT BOMAR
QB GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS 6,097 yards passing (58 TDs), 1,623 rushing (33 TDs) in three years
4. EARLY DOUCET
WR ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.
The total package: excelled at QB and TB as well as receiver
5. KEITH RIVERS
LB LAKE MARY, FLA.
Had 111 tackles as a senior and can already bench 350
6. JEFF BYERS
C LOVELAND, COLO.
Extraordinary footwork for size (6'4", 280)
7. WILLIE WILLIAMS
Immediate impact player—if legal woes don't delay his debut