Here is a look at the finest from the 2004 baseball season in the state of Florida. The Florida…
5A ALL-STATE BASEBALL TEAMS
Sean Gallagher, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale), sr.
Eric Hurley, Wolfson (Jacksonville), sr.
John Raiford, Jupiter, sr.
Anthony Swarzak, Nova (Davie), sr.
Phil Weylie, Seminole, sr.
Ryan Bethea, Barron Collier (Naples), sr.
Billy Butler, Wolfson, sr.
A.J. Hiner, Venice, sr.
Joshua Jackson, Middleton (Tampa), sr.
Andrew Kuykendall, Plant (Tampa), sr.
Zack Diekmann, Niceville, sr.
Warren McFadden, Nova, sr.
Vinnie Scarduzio, Jupiter, sr.
Steve Strausbaugh, Venice, sr.
Justin Collins, North Fort Myers, sr.
Mike Harley, Alonso (Tampa), sr.
Andy Koubek, Eau Gallie (Melbourne), sr.
Nick Taft, Lake Howell (Winter Park), sr.
Ryan Tucker, Niceville, sr.
Clayton Pisani, Barron Collier, jr.
Robert Lara, Nova, jr.
Ross Brezovsky, Barron Collier, sr
. Josh Huff, Melbourne, sr.
Corey Nedoroscik, Niceville, sr.
Ward Tanner, Lely (Naples), sr.
T.J. Alonzo, Hillsborough (Tampa), sr.
Corey Brown, Plant, sr.
Kyle Leith, Barron Collier, jr.
Casey Coleman, Mariner (Cape Coral), sr.
Andrew Foss, George Jenkins (Lakeland), jr.
Dan Giuffrida, Venice, sr.
Stephen Locke, King (Tampa), sr.
Colin Quarless, Melbourne, sr.
Wes Spickard, George Jenkins, sr.
Matt Stephenson, Alonso, sr.
Ricky Nolan, Seminole, sr.
Graig Smith, Venice, sr.
Shawn Keill, Seminole, sr.
Adam Younger, Fort Myers, sr.
Mike Brantley, Fort Pierce Central, jr.
Sean Thom, Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach), jr.
John Tolisano, Estero, fr.
Chris Bianchi, Port Charlotte, sr.
Saxon Reynolds, Barron Collier, sr.
Kevin Seibert, North Fort Myers, sr.
Shane Ynclan, Eau Gallie, jr.
Ben Mack-LaPlant, Mainland (Daytona Beach), sr.
Brian Mastin, Venice, sr.
Tony Joiner, Haines City, sr.
Danny Murphy, Manatee (Bradenton), sr.
Wes Burgess, Bartram Trail (St.Augustine), sr.
Taylor Burke, Palm Bay, sr.
Brandon Rapoza, Bartram Trail, sr.
Josh Rose, Mariner, sr.
Jon Sintes, Choctawhatchee, sr.
Caleb Graham, Gaither (Tampa), jr.
Kyle Harmon, Lyman (Longwood), sr.
Billy Salmons, Estero, sr
Brandon Goebel, Niceville, so
Kyle Albright, Seminole, sr.
Alan Conley, Manatee, sr.
Eric Turgeon, Dunedin, sr.
Chase Arnett, Lakeland, jr.
Jontavious Thomas, North Fort Myers, jr.
Chris Campsano, Lely, sr.
Steve Kellum, Melbourne, sr.
Bill Manion, East Lake (Tarpon Springs), sr.
Josh Upchurch, Mariner, sr.
Jerod Mathis, Lakeland, jr.
Junnie Munoz, Pine Ridge (Deltona), jr.
Tyler Wright, Charlotte (Punta Gorda), jr.
Jason Pfister, Palm Bay, so.
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