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Big 10 Verbal Commitments For The Class of 2004

Here is an updated list of Big 10 verbal commitments for the Class of 2004. Although they are not considered 2004 recruits, players who have transferred, and will become eligible to play during the 2004-05 season are included here as well.

Player Height Position Location College
Ron Coleman 6-6 Small Forward Detroit, MI Michigan
Top 75 Recruit Nationally.
Drew Neitzel 5-10 Point Guard Wyoming Park, MI Michigan State
The true point guard MSU has been lacking. Top 100 player nationally.
Marquise Gray 6-7 Forward Flint, MI Michigan State
Big time rebounder. Incredible leaper. Top 50 player nationally.
Goran Sutton 6-10 Center Lansing, Michigan Michigan State
Home grown big man.
James Hardy 6-6 Small Forward Fort Wayne, IN Indiana
Athletic small forward capable of getting it done on both ends of the floor. Top 75 player nationally.
Robert Vaden 6-4 Shooting Guard Indianapolis, IN Indiana
Decommitted from Purdue. Top 75 player nationally.
A.J. Ratliff 6-2 Guard Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana
Very nice player.
Josh Smith 6-9 Small Forward Powder Springs, GA Indiana
Arguably the best Class of 2004 prospect in the United States.
D.J. White 6-9 Power Forward Tuscaloosa, AL Indiana
One of the Top 10 Class of 2004 prospects in the United States.
J.R. Angle 6-6 Small Forward Trafalgar, IN Iowa
One of the best 2004 recruits in the state of Indiana.
Alex Thompson 6-8 Forward Ames, IA Iowa
Nice skills. One of the top 2004 prospects in the state of Iowa.
Seth Gorney 7-0 Center Vandalia, OH Iowa
Solid post prescence.
Adam Haluska 6-5 Shooting Guard Carroll, IA Iowa
Transfer from Iowa State. Will sit out 2003-04 season.
Carlton Reed 6-4 Guard Waterloo, Iowa Iowa
Spencer Tollackson 6-8 Power Forward Chaska, MN Minnesota
True post player.
Enrico Tucker 5-11 Point Guard San Diego, California Minnesota
A steady floor general.
Miles Webb 6-3 Shooting Guard Brooklyn Park, MN Minnesota
A key in-state recruit.
Jamar Butler 6-1 Point Guard Lima, OH Ohio State
Big time scorer. Top 40 player nationally.
Jermyl Jackson-Wilson 6-7 Forward Milwaukee, Wisconsin Ohio State
Versatile forward with nice skills.
Matt Terwilliger 6-9 Forward Troy, Ohio Ohio State
Big and versatile forward.
Danny Morrissey 6-2 Guard Cleveland, OH Penn State
Heady player.
Carl Landry 6-8 Forward Milwaukee, Wisconsin Purdue
Big time Junior College recruit.
Xavier Price 6-3 Shooting Guard O’Fallon, IL Purdue
Stellar athlete.
Bryant Dillon 6-6 Point Guard Indianapolis, IN Purdue
Juco guard coming off of an injury. Excellent size.
Greg Steimsma 6-11 Center Randolph, WI Wisconsin
Big time shot blocker. Top 50 player nationally
Michael Flowers 6-2 Point Guard Madison, WI Wisconsin
Staying in Madison top play for the hometown Badgers.
Sharif Chambliss 6-1 Shooting Guard Racine, WI Wisconsin
Transferring from Penn State. Will sit out 2003-04 season.
DeAaron Williams 6-5 Guard/Forward Bartonville, IL Wisconsin
Highly explosive player.