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2004 top in-state prospects - offense

Bobby Dockter tops the OL class (Photo/C. Fetters)

It seems like the 2003 class has barely been wrapped up, but it's never too early to take a look at who is going to be the creme de la creme when it comes to next year's high schools studs. This class looks to be deeper and more talented at almost every position across the board, compared to last year. Quality on the line, quarterback and the skill positions is there, and there's no question plenty of the players listed will be Husky targets.

The players with comments are the ones we expect to get the most recruiting attention from the Huskies, while the 'Others to watch' list is comprised of those players we feel should be ones to keep in the back of your mind as the fall rolls around. There's no question one or more of those 'others to watch' just might become Husky signees in 2004. On to the players! Quarterbacks: Matt...

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