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September 19, 2013
Zero stars, no BCS offers, minimal love from the media, and more - the under the radar prospect is on a grind past what most think.
They have to work much harder than the rest. The motivation to be great is increased more than others. The 'grind' is in full effect.
Sebring (Fla.) outside linebacker Jacquae Peart is the epitome of the under the radar prospect. He picked up his lone Division I offer from the Florida A&M Rattlers over the summer.
FlaVarsity.com will be featuring Peart as our under the radar prospect - and we will follow him throughout his senior season. "My grind as a football player? Grinding is all I know. Ever since I came to high school I've been in the weight room and never miss a day. I believe in order to be successful you must commit yourself to the weight room and all the extra little things."
Sebring won just two games last year, but have already jumped out to a 2-1 start in 2013.
"I am a leader on field for my teammates and I feel that it's my goal to lead for us to become successful as a team. As me being a under the radar prospect motivates me even more. I have so much to prove this year, to show that I shouldn't be a under radar prospect!"
"My performance in the first two games was pretty solid, due to the fact I didn't play all four quarters. Against Lake Highland prep,I recorded eight tackles including a sack. Against Okeechobee I racked up 12 tackles total, nine solos and three assisted tackles, and a sack for a seven yard loss."
"Recruiting Front? I've been talking to Coach Kirkland the defensive coordinator at FAMU. He really likes me a lot. He loves what I bring to the table at linebacker and wants me to join the Rattler family."