Now that the season is over, we came up with our final season rankings for seniors only. Look for our defensive rankings and next season's rankings soon.
2004 Final Position Rankings
1.) Travis Dixon Hamilton 24-7 Player of the Year and UNLV commit.
2.) Brian Wriston
3.) Austin Martin Mountain Ridge Athleticism helped spark run to state title game. NAU commit as WR.
4.) Joe Caskey
5.) Blaise Johnson
6.) Jaime Cota Sunnyside Injuries slowed his season.
7.) Ben Hornbeck Sunnyslope Nearly 2,000 yards passing. Had 28 TDs to only 9 INTs.
8.) Angel Felix Coolidge Led team to 3A title game, would have started at most big school programs.
9.) Brandon Whitby Camelback 2,339 yards passing with 25 TDs against 9 INTs.
10.) Ryan Barela
11.) Will Campbell Coconino Athletic QB was Flagstaff Defensive Player of the Year.
12.) Cameron Douglas
13.) Sean Brevaire Salpointe 2,300 yards, 17 TDs and 8 INTS.
14.) Josh Schlueter
16.) Carlos Miranda Peoria Strong season. Had 1,500 yards, 18 TDs.
17.) Maurice Hector
18.) Brad Johnson Chandler 1,212 passing, 13 TDs and 8 INTs.
19.) Ryan Crawford Ironwood Ridge 1,200 yards passing and 500 yards rushing.
20.) Cameron Jarmon Blue Ridge Led team to 3A championship.
1.) Markel Devorce Brophy Led state in rushing.
2.) Matt Clapp
3.) Nick Bell Mountain Ridge Went on terror during 2nd half of season to elevate status.
4.) Channing Trotter
5.) Terry Longbons Centennial Injuries hurt what could have been a record breaking senior season. Had nearly 1,000 yards before injury. UofA commit.
6.) Jacob Morrell Santa Rita Went over the 2,000 yard mark.
7.) Xavier Smith Sunnyside UofA commit's stats were hurt by injuries.
8.) Chris Brogdon Desert Vista Possibly most under-rated back in state. Had nearly 1,500 yards and over 20 TDs. Is headed to UNLV.
9.) Michole Cottrell Flagstaff Great season behind big OL.
10.) Matt Hain Moon Valley Undersized but maybe the most complete player in state. Rushed for over 1,400 yards.
11.) Bobby Ili Gilbert Big back, gained yards despite every defense keyed to stop him.
12.) Keegan Herring Peoria Talented ASU commit was hampered by injuries.
13.) Aazaad Muhmmmad
14.) Cyrus Igono Pinnacle NAU recruit was dangerous as runner and receiver.
15.) Sean Jones Trevor Browne 1,272 yards and 16 TDs.
16.) Paul Johnson Snowflake 1,700 yards and 26 TDs.
17.) Brandon Jordan Coolidge Had breakout year with 1,700 and 20 TDs.
18.) Dan McClendon
19.) Joseph Brissette Valley Christian Athletic back averaged nearly 8 yards per carry.
20.) Robert Hernandez Westview
Big senior year, had 1,400 and 14 TDs splitting carries with
1.) Chris McGaha
2.) Mekell Wesley
Exciting player headed to
3.) Jon Stalcup Sunnyslope Under-rated WR averaged over 23 yards per catch.
4.) Jack Darlington
5.) Andrew Leahy
7.) Tsar Johnson
8.) Saunders Montague Mesquite Another under-rated WR that had a very good season. Had 51 catches for 823 yards and 7 TDs.
9.) Stetson Banks
10.) Oscar Palacios Coolidge Felix's main target had 72 catches for over 1,100 yards and 17 TDs. Also had 5 scores on the ground.
11.) Delton Prescott Washington Struggled a bit without QB Andrew Egbhali but still had solid season as main threat.
12.) Matt Keith Centennial Big target didn't get numbers in run heavy Centennial offense.
13.) Evan LeBlanc
14.) Clarence Wise Peoria Athletic WR that had 9 TDs and 823 yards.
15.) Greg Bird
16.) Mike Tamez Desert Vista Big receiver had nearly 600 yards.
17.) Jose Gutierrez Maryvale Virtually unknown WR had great season for Maryvale being named 1st team all region.
18.) Cole Forbregd Thunderbird Overshadowed in region by Stalcup, McGaha and Johnson.
19.) Nick Miller
20.) Michael Avila Camelback Great season; had 49 catches and 866 yards.
1.) Richie Brockel
2.) Cody Jones
3.) Shaun Fitzpatrick Highland NAU commit had 602 yards and 8 TDs.
4.) Junior Hackworth Centennial Great season. Led Centennial in yards with 727.
5.) Drew Thurston Dobson Good size and athleticism. Getting D1 attention.
7.) Tristen McClendon Marcos de Niza 1st Team All Region TE was good weapon for Marcos.
8.) Nick Covey
Injured for most of the year. Still had offer from
9.) Tony Silva Sahuarita 1st Team All 3A-1A, had 40 catches for 800 yards.
10.) Mike Yarbrough
1.) Daniel Borg Ironwood Ridge Starter in US Army All America game and Gatorade Player of the Year in the state. UofA commit.
2.) Joe Bernardi
Nastiest OL we saw all year. Has ability to pull as a center and lead on
the sweep. Very rare for high school player.
3.) Richard Tuitu'u Highland Big and physical. 1st Team All AZ and 5A. Committed to ASU.
4.) Ryan Tonnemacher Hamilton A little undersized but technically sound. Effective pass blocker and able to get to LBs.
5.) Jordan Lowe Centennial Mountain of a man was dominant in the run game. Early UofA commit.
6.) Shawn Byrnes
7.) Ian Brinker
Got out of Kadous' shadow with good senior year. Very agile.
8.) Shelley Smith
9.) Ray Lobato Amphitheater 2 way lineman committed to UNLV as OL.
10.) Bobby Torres Centennial Bounced back from an injury in junior season to have great senior campaign. Named 1st Team All 4A.
11.) Chris Hegge
2nd Team All 5A selection has committed to
12.) Dusty Jones
13.) Doug Dedrick
14.) Ty Porter Highland 1st Team All Fiesta region pick received many honors as a DL but was a very good OL as well.
15.) Brandon Ford Goldwater 1st Team All 5A by coaches and 2nd Team All 5A by AZ Republic.
16.) Mike Gallett O' Connor Big and athletic OL has bright future.
17.) Taylor Kleinschmidt Saguaro 1st Team All 4A selection teamed with twin brother to take Saguaro deep into the playoffs
18.) Ben Smith
19.) Brad Gaul Mt. Ridge 2nd Team All 5A pick.
20.) Jake Schneidmiller Gilbert Undersized lineman that paved the way for Bobby Ili.