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Howard finishes #1 in the FlaVarsity 160



Final Rankings for the Class of 2012
Initially released 7/8/11
(commitment update: 1/20/2012)

Post-Season Evaluation
1. Tracy Howard
Cornerback
6-foot-0 | 170 | Miramar
Buzz: Howard is the closest thing to a lock down corner that you will find. He can stay with WR's step for step and really breaks on the ball better than anyone. He has really improved his physicality this season and although there are always areas to improve, Howard is borderline flawless at this point.
Schools in the mix: Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Southern Cal
2. John Theus
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 292 | Bolles
Buzz: Theus was projected to be the top lineman in the state before the season started and he did not disappoint. He has great technique, size, and is college ready now. He has potential to be a 4-year starter and if he stays healthy, we are looking at a future NFL tackle.
3. Nelson Agholor
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 185 | Berkeley Prep
Buzz: Agholor is an interesting prospect. He is explosive and athletic; therefore Coach Ciao put him at running back. However, he projects as an elite receiver at the next level. He puts on a show every week and is one of those players that everyone wants to watch. He is also has tremendous character and is a great teammate.
Schools in the mix: Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame, Southern Cal
4. Eddie Williams
Athlete
6-foot-4 | 200 | Arnold
Buzz: Williams is an athletic freak for a man of his size. He has great range and hits like a truck at safety and could possibly play receiver at the next level. His size, however, may force a move to linebacker. With Williams, you put him on the field and no matter the position, he just makes plays.
5. Mario Pender
Running Back
6-foot-0 | 190 | Island Coast
Buzz: Pender has the ability to run thru you, around you, or past you. He is very shifty, very fast, and very strong. Pender is borderline unstoppable at times and proved that this season. He recently enrolled early at Florida State and will be a great addition to the run game next season.
6. Randy "Duke" Johnson
Running Back
5-foot-9 | 170 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Johnson is one of the top backs in the state and absolutely dominated the competition this season. He has great speed and is very elusive with the ball in his hands. One thing that stands out is his ability to catch the ball with ease. He will make some tremendous plays during year one at "The U".
7. Dante Fowler Jr.
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 250 | Lakewood
Buzz: Fowler is explosive off the ball. He's very athletic and has plenty of moves to get to the quarterback. Although he has dealt with off-the-field issues, Fowler is a great kid that, if he stays hungry, will be a tremendous asset to the Florida State defensive line.
8. Amari Cooper
Wide Receiver
6-foot-1 | 180 | Miami Northwestern
Buzz: Cooper has really impressed me this year. He really came on strong during his senior year and became one of the best in the state. He has terrific hands and he runs excellent routes. He is one of the most polished wide receivers in the state. All he has done this season is make plays and proven all his critics wrong.
9. Marcus Maye
Safety
6-foot-1 | 195 | Holy Trinity
Buzz: Maye has the athleticism to play RB or Safety at the next level and it speaks to his athleticism. His future is the brightest as a rangy, hard-hitting safety. Maye will be the hardest worker on and off the field and will be someone that his teammates look to as a leader.
10. Travis Blanks
Cornerback
6-foot-1 | 195 | North Florida Christian
Buzz: Blanks may have the size of a safety, but he wants to play corner. He is very good in coverage and has terrific ball skills. He really attacks the ball in the air. Most believe that he may not be a very good corner at the next level, but he is determined to prove everyone wrong. I fully believe he will be an All-ACC performer by year 3 at Clemson.
11. Deon Bush
Safety
6-foot-1 | 177 | Columbus
Buzz: This season, Bush proved that his camp dominance was no fluke and he could get it done on the field when the lights came on. He is a very physical defensive back that could play corner or safety. He has very good instincts and has a tremendous confidence about his game. The best part about him is that he backs up his talk all game long.
12. Leonard Williams
Defensive End
6-foot-5 | 254 | Mainland
Buzz: Williams has the potential to be an incredible defensive lineman in college. I truly believe that he has the most potential out of any defensive lineman in the state. He's big, powerful, and very athletic. He uses his hands well and just throws offensive linemen around.
Schools in the mix: Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Miami
13. Brian Poole
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 187 | Southeast
Buzz: Poole is one of the most electric athletes in the state. He is explosive on offense and he is a lock down corner. He may not be the biggest cornerback in Florida, but he loves contact. He may be the most physical defensive back in the state and he loves to hit.
14. Tyriq McCord
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 225 | Jefferson
Buzz: McCord has terrific size and a great frame to add more weight. He has plenty of moves off the edge and is very smooth when dropping into coverage. He is a hybrid, which definitely speaks to his versatility. Whether he plays defensive end or linebacker at the next level, he will make a major impact.
15. P.J. Williams
Safety
6-foot-1 | 175 | Vanguard
Buzz: Williams has the intangibles to be an elite safety, but the versatility to be a very good cornerback. He has very good range, is smart, and is very athletic. He attacks the ball well with good leaping ability and plays with great aggression. His stock has done nothing but rise after his performance this year.
16. Ricardo Louis
Athlete
6-foot-2 | 190 | Miami Beach
Buzz: Louis makes the game look far too easy. He is a very smooth runner and is very shifty. He has long strides and he covers a lot of ground in a short period of time. He will probably play receiver at Florida State, but I feel that he could be an All-American in the secondary.
17. Kent Taylor
Tight End
6-foot-5 | 220 | Land O'Lakes
Buzz: Taylor has great size and runs like a receiver. He really improved his overall skill this season and proved why he is one of the top tight ends in all of high school football. If Florida can get back to the times when they threw the ball all over the field, Taylor should put up huge numbers in that offense.
18. Chris Black
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 160 | First Coast
Buzz: Black has tremendous hands and runs precise routes. He was consistent all year long and was an outstanding leader for DeAndre Johnson, the freshman starting quarterback at First Coast. He may lack elite size, but makes up for it with his playmaking abilities.
19. Keith Brown
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 230 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Brown is a terrific overall player. He may the best middle linebacker prospect in the state and one of the best in the country. He can stop the run with ease and play in coverage with no problem. He was the heart of the Norland state championship defense.
20. Avery Young
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 273 | Palm Beach Gardens
Buzz: Young is very athletic and he gets to the second level with ease. He has very good strength and uses his size and power to his advantage. Sacks are nearly impossible to come by against Young and similar to Leonard Williams, I believe he has the highest ceiling at his position.
Schools in the mix: Auburn, Florida, Georgia
21. Noor Davis
Linebacker
6-foot-4 | 225 | Leesburg
Buzz: Davis is a very impressive linebacker. Physically, he really stands out on the field and possesses great size. He has a ton of speed, to go with a great frame, and great knowledge of the linebacker position. He will have an early impact on the Stanford defense and has terrific potential.
22. Evan Goodman
Offensive Line
6-foot-4 | 290 | Lakeland
Buzz: Goodman has a solid frame and has very little bad weight. He is athletic, strong, and physical. One of the finest performances this year was during the off-season when he dominated Dante Fowler Jr. Anyone who can slow down Fowler, is one of the best on the offensive line.
23. Jessamen Dunker
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 315 | Boynton Beach
Buzz: Dunker is a house, but he's not immobile. There are very few players in college, let alone high school that have the size and athleticism of Dunker. He has very good feet and uses his hands well.
24. Alton Howard
Wide Receiver
5-foot-9 | 170 | Edgewater
Buzz: There are not many prospects that could beat Howard in a foot race. He has tremendous speed and can really stretch the field. His athleticism speaks to his ability to play receiver or cornerback. He will also make a very early impact on special teams as a kick returner.
25. Malcolm Lewis
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 170 | Miramar
Buzz: Lewis may have the best hands in the state. He catches just about everything thrown his way and he runs very crisp routes. He was a terrific weapon for the Miramar offense this season and really became a greater all-around receiver.
Schools in the mix: Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami
26. Amos "A.J." Leggett
Cornerback
6-foot-0 | 175 | Gulliver Prep
Buzz: Leggett has very good hips and can turn and run with any receiver with ease. His physical nature stands out when watching him play and his confidence can start to break you down. He is going to bring a lot of swagger to some lucky program.
27. Jelani Hamilton
Defensive End
6-foot-5 | 250 | St. Thomas Aquinas
Buzz: There are few defensive linemen with Hamilton's athleticism, quickness, and size. He really has a terrific motor and plays hard all game. He already has the size of a college defensive lineman and will play very early at Miami.
28. Angelo Jean-Louis
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0 | 185 | Palm Beach Central
Buzz: There are not many players in the state that are more explosive with the ball in his hands than Jean-Louis. His body control in the air is second to none. His great senior season earned him an invite to the Under Armour All-American game this season.
29. Nathan Peterman
Quarterback
6-foot-2 | 210 | Bartram Trail
Buzz: Peterman proved me right with his play this year. He played terrific all year long and gave Tennessee fans a reason to smile. He is a gamer that will do very well in the SEC. He was selected as the 6A player of the year for his play this season.
30. Chris Bivins
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 166 | Gainesville
Buzz: Bivins had a terrific season and I think many people still undervalue what he brings to the table. He has shown a physical nature and great ball skills all year long. He seems to always find the ball in the air with ease and only gave up one touchdown all year in the secondary. USF got an absolute steal with Bivins.
31. Torry Clayton
Running Back
5-foot-9 | 195 | South Dade
Buzz: Before the season, Clayton was flying under the radar. He had a strong senior season and schools definitely took notice. He reminds me of Rashard Mendenhall coming out of high school with his running style. He has great quickness, runs hard, and loves contact.
32. Cody Waldrop
Offensive Line
6-foot-4 | 315 | Armwood
Buzz: Waldrop is aggressive and plays with a mean streak. He punishes defenders and will tell you about it. He will improve even more once he tones up his body. Although I think Waldrop has the skill and talent to play as a freshman, I think he could really benefit with a redshirt year. One year of watching and toning up could benefit him down the road.
33. Jeremi Powell
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 200 | Pinellas Park
Buzz: Powell absolutely wreaks havoc on the field. He can get sideline to sideline with ease while protecting against the run. He is very solid in coverage and moves around like a defensive back at times.
34. Sean Price
Tight End
6-foot-4 | 220 | North Marion
Buzz: Price is a huge target and has very soft, reliable hands. He will grow to be a 240-250 pound tight end that will be a major threat in the passing game in college. This is another player that I believe has the potential to be the top player at this position when all is said and done.
35. Marvin Bracy
Wide Receiver
5-foot-10 | 162 | Boone
Buzz: Bracy is the fastest athlete in the state, hands down. He also had a great week at the Under Armour All-American game and proved he is more than just a track star. Everyone knows he can fly, but he displayed a terrific first cut, very reliable hands, and he really improved his route running this season.
36. Ty Darlington
Offensive Line
6-foot-3 | 274 | Apopka
Buzz: Darlington is a hardnosed, blue-collar player. He's a guy that will give you 100% effort all game. He has future All-American center written all over him. I am confident in saying that Oklahoma is getting the top center prospect in the entire country.
37. Jordan Diggs
Defensive Back
6-foot-0 | 191 | Island Coast
Buzz: Diggs future is at safety due to his terrific instincts and ability to wrap up in space. He's also a very smart player who is rarely out of position. He missed some of the season due to some transfer issues, but he came back with a vengeance. I expect him to contribute very early at the next level, but will definitely make an impact on special teams in year one due to his speed.
38. Patrick Miller
Offensive Line
6-foot-7 | 260 | Dwyer
Buzz: Miller may be the most athletic offensive lineman in the state, but he is very raw. At 6-foot-7 and 260 pounds, he is a force to reckon with and he has the frame to add some good weight. Committing to LSU was a great decision, as they have a great strength and conditioning program.
39. Latroy Pittman
Wide Receiver
6-foot-1 | 190 | North Marion
Buzz: Body control and big play ability are Pittman's best assets. He has no fear when he plays and usually wins the battle for the ball. Pittman is heading to Florida and his teammates will really love his relentless playing style and his love for blocking downfield.
40. Reggie Northrup
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 220 | First Coast
Buzz: Northrup is a very instinctive linebacker and he moves very well laterally. There are not many players in the country that made as many tackles as he did during his senior season. He doesn't have elite speed, but he makes up for it by always being in proper position. The question is: will he end up at Miami or Florida State?
41. Herb Waters
Wide Receiver
6-foot-1 | 170 | Homestead
Buzz: Waters is a big play receiver. He makes all the routine plays, but is fearless when going over the middle. He is the type of receiver that coaches love because he plays with so much passion and heart. He also has legit "4.4" speed with is nothing to complain about.
42. Dante Phillips
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-6 | 268 | Venice
Buzz: Although light for a defensive tackle, Phillips is strong and powerful, which leads to his success. His athleticism will allow him to play offense line or defense line in college. I feel that Phillips could be a very good offensive lineman, but I think he could be a great defensive lineman.
43. LaMarlin Wiggins
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 181 | Plant City
Buzz: Wiggins is very athletic and if he works at it, could be one of the best athletes in this class. He can excel at corner, running back, or safety, but his future is very bright as a receiver. His routes are very smooth and he's a big target. Another steal for USF.
44. D'Vario Montgomery
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 210 | Winter Park
Buzz: Montgomery is big, strong, and really uses his size well. He is a tough jam for corners because he is so physical off the line. He has very good hands and does well at catching the ball at its highest point.
45. Kelvin Rainey
Tight End
6-foot-3 | 220 | Yulee
Buzz: Rainey can line up at tight end, defensive end, or linebacker and excel. He is truly an all-around athlete with a ton of upside. He has good hands and has a future as a big time tight end at South Carolina. Look for him to be an early contributor for the Gamecocks.
46. Matt Jones
Running Back
6-foot-2 | 200 | Armwood
Buzz: Jones is your typical power back. He can carry the ball 30 times with ease and will be ready for #31. He is a tremendous back with strong legs and great strength. He is not the normal back that Florida usually recruits and I think they will see that Jones is the type of back that wins games in the 4th quarter.
47. Jamie Gilmore
Running Back
5-foot-8 | 185 | North Marion
Buzz: Gilmore is shifty, elusive, and explosive. He is a compact runner that can take it the distance at any time. He is also a smart back with very quick feet. It's confusing to me that he doesn't have the same offers as some of the other elite backs, but someone will be getting a steal when he signs his letter-of-intent.
Schools in the mix: Duke, Maryland, Temple, USF, Utah
48. Devonte Mathis
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 210 | Miramar
Buzz: Mathis has very nice size and gets very good separation from his defenders. He has very good body control in the air and is a smooth all-around athlete. In a few years, I think we will be talking about how West Virginia got another great player from Miramar.
49. James Hamilton
Defensive Tackle / Offensive Line
6-foot-4 | 325 | Olympia
Buzz: Hamilton has impressed me a great deal this season. At one time, I thought he was just a space filler on the defensive line and big body on the offensive line, but I was wrong. He showed very good feet on both sides of the line this year and showed a great burst off the ball when playing defensive tackle.
50. Jamie Willis
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 180 | Fort Meade
Buzz: Willis has a strong, thick frame and he can run very well in coverage. When rushing the passer, it is very difficult for the offensive lineman to slow him down. He will add weight with time and develop into a monster at linebacker. Credit to the FIU coaching staff for getting a top-50 player on board.
51. T.J. Davis
Cornerback
6-foot-0 | 175 | Godby
Buzz: Davis' strongest attribute is his physicality. He is impressive at the line of scrimmage when working in bump and run coverage and he may end up playing safety. If Auburn wants to have a solid secondary, they will put Davis alongside fellow commit Ricardo Louis.
52. Ereck Flowers
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 305 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Flowers has some of the best footwork I have seen out of any other offensive lineman in the state. He is athletic and can really move well for a man of his size. He will contribute early for Miami and by the time he is done, I believe he will be an All-ACC performer.
53. Bennie Coney
Quarterback
6-foot-1 | 215 | Plant City
Buzz: Coney showed out this season and was widely considered one of the top quarterbacks in the state. He can make all the throws and has poise in the pocket. He dealt with some off the field issues before the season and it is clear that it is a thing of the past. He stayed focused all year and was a great leader for his team.
54. Avery Johnson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 180 | Blanche Ely
Buzz: Johnson isn't the blazer that his brother Patrick Peterson is, but he runs crisp routes, attacks the ball in the air, and has terrific hands. Johnson didn't take over many games like he should have and that will need to change at LSU. He needs to continue to develop confidence in his game and when he does - watch out.
55. Jawand Blue
Linebacker
6-foot-0 | 200 | West Boca Raton
Buzz: Blue may not have ideal size, yet, but he really knows how to throw his weight around. He's aggressive and hits like a truck. He also pursues the ball very well. He is a typical Virginia Tech commitment. Hard working, blue-collar, and a coachable kid.
56. Travares Copeland
Athlete
5-foot-11 | 175 | Treasure Coast
Buzz: Copeland has shown very good route running, physicality off the line of scrimmage, and very good hands. He projects as a receiver at the next level. He was dominant in the camp circuit this off-season and his efforts translated well to the gridiron.
Schools in the mix: Cincinnati, FAU, FIU, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, USF, Wake Forest, West Virginia
57. Laith Harlow
Tight End
6-foot-5 | 240 | Godby
Buzz: Consistency is what Harlow brings to the table. He's a great kid to have in your program as he's solid at all facets of the game. He is also a very good leader. Oklahoma is bringing in two hard working, blue collar type kids in Harlow and Ty Darlington.
58. Donaldven Manning
Cornerback
5-foot-9 | 160 | Miami Central
Buzz:Manning is not going to impress you physically, but it is impressive how he can stay on a receiver's hip. He sticks to them like glue and can run with anyone. He will be a very good player down the road for the Hokies.
59. Brandon Radcliff
Running Back
5-foot-10 | 210 | Columbus
Buzz: Radcliff is an absolute bruising running back. He reminds me a great deal of New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs. He is a downhill running back that has a great combination of power and speed. His vision is impressive and he has quick feet.
60. Shakeel Rashad
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 223 | Episcopal
Buzz: Rashad has added bulk and still maintained his speed this season. The long time UNC commitment plays very fast and is always in position to make the play. He needs to continue to work on his technique and make sure he doesn't over-pursue, but Rashad has a lot of potential.
61. Ricquan Southward
Wide Receiver
6-foot-1 | 200 | Lakeland
Buzz: Southward has a game similar to that of Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant. He is big, strong, and very physical. He is a true playmaker with the ball in his hands and always a threat to score on special teams. He is going to be the type of playmaker that the Buckeyes have lacked over the past few years.
62. Dondre Daley
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 175 | Tarpon Springs
Buzz: Daley is someone that we highlighted very early at FlaVarsity. He has a tremendous leaping ability and is explosive in the return game. He plays fearless and really goes after the football in the air. He has legit '4.4' speed and will be a major weapon at Iowa State.
63. Reggie Love
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 200 | Spanish River
Buzz: Love is another that we targeted early to have a big year and really fly up recruiting charts. He did nothing to disappoint. He has a Terrell Owens-like ability and has very good size and speed. He is headed to Wisconsin and will be a major weapon in the passing game.
64. Eric Kinsey
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 240 | Miami Northwestern
Buzz: Kinsey is another hybrid linebacker/defensive end with the ability to play both positions at a high level. He is athletic, strong, and physical. I think he could really become a force after developing in the weight room and fine tuning his body during a redshirt year.
Schools in the mix: Cincinnati, FAMU, Georgia, Louisville, UConn
65. Nick Patti
Quarterback
5-foot-11 | 190 | Dr. Phillips
Buzz: If Patti were 6'3, he'd be ranked among the top QB's in the country. He is very smart, can make all the throws, and is a gamer. Boise State should have no problem transitioning from Kellen Moore to Patti within a year or two.
66. Trent Taylor
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 245 | Lake Gibson
Buzz: Taylor's athleticism is truly scary. He is a terrific pass rusher off the edge, but can drop back to linebacker and play in coverage with ease. I think he will end up growing into a big, athletic defensive end rather than playing linebacker at the next level.
67. Justin Ferguson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 205| Flanagan
Buzz: Ferguson is a major deep threat and has above average speed. At 6-foot-2 and over 200-pounds, he has very good size and is the type of player that will go hard for 4 quarters. The word 'dependable' is something that coaches have used to describe Ferguson.
68. Dwayne Hoilett
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 220 | Vero Beach
Buzz: Hoilett is going to be one of the top signees for this Miami class. He is severely underrated by most services and will be very a solid addition to the Miami defense. He is long, quick, and has the frame to add plenty of weight. I expect him to play at or around 250 pounds heading into his 2nd year on campus.
69. Gary Holmes
Running Back
5-foot-9 | 175 | Seminole Ridge
Buzz: Holmes is a burner. He is a legit "4.3" guy and is very shifty. He is very tough to bring down in the open field. He will end up going to a smaller school and a lot of the big schools will regret not offering this talented back. He worked a great deal on catching the ball out of the backfield and it showed this season.
Schools in the mix: Western Michigan, Bryant, Middle Tennessee
70. Bilal Marshall
Quarterback
6-foot-3 | 170 | Dade Christian
Buzz: Marshall throws with touch, accuracy, and has poise in the pocket. He is a dual threat quarterback that has long strides and is a threat to score with his legs on every snap. Some like him at other positions, but I think Marshall has all the tools to be a solid quarterback in the Purdue offense.
71. Shaq Beverly
Cornerback
5-foot-10 | 190 | First Coast
Buzz: Beverly is a very strong, technically sound tackler. He rarely thud tackles and wraps up extremely well. He is also smart and stays in good position to make the play. He is undersized, but more than makes up for it with his technique and effort. This is a very good pickup for Troy.
72. Gunnar Holcombe
Quarterback
6-foot-4 | 200 | University School
Buzz: Holcombe has good mechanics and really puts the ball in the right spot. He doesn't have the strongest arm, but puts good zip on the short passes and can really spin it. His footwork has improved greatly this season, which speaks to his effort to grow as a quarterback.
73. Robert Conyers
Offensive Line
6-foot-5 | 277 | Braddock
Buzz: If you like mean linemen, you will like Conyers. He's aggressive and gets to the 2nd level quickly. His feet are impressive, but he could add some strength. He worked hard to tone up his frame since last year and will do great things at a school with a solid strength and conditioning program.
74. Dami Ayoola
Running Back
5-foot-10 | 201 | St. Thomas Aquinas
Buzz: Ayoola has good speed to go with a very solid, thick frame. He has very strong legs and is tough to bring down on first contact. He and class-of-2013 running back Fred Coppet complimented each other very well. Ayoola with the back with strength and size, where has Coppet was the burner.
75. MacGarrett Kings Jr.
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 178 | University School
Buzz: Kings Jr. is a threat to score every time he touches the ball. He is a similar athlete to former Missouri standout Jeremy Maclin. He's fast and elusive, but he also runs very smooth routes. Michigan State fans will be very pleased with how Kings Jr. progresses as a Spartan.
76. Lucas Thompson
Defensive Back
6-foot-1 | 185 | West Orange
Buzz: Thompson has very fluid hips and is smooth when turning and running. He plays the ball well and will probably make a terrific safety at some point. The fact that East Carolina went into Florida and pulled this kind of a talent, speaks volumes about their coaching staff.
77. Eric Striker
Linebacker
6-foot-1 | 200 | Armwood
Buzz: Striker is an impressive athlete that can play safety or outside linebacker. The Oklahoma commitment is a heavy hitter with good lateral speed. Players that can play multiple positions seem to flourish in the Sooners defense and Striker should do the same.
78. Dominique Gibson
Athlete
5-foot-10 | 190 | Glades Central
Buzz: Most like Gibson as a linebacker, but I really like him at running back at the next level. He keeps a low pad level, has strong legs, and runs very hard. As a linebacker, Gibson is very quick with good lateral quickness. He will be another solid defensive player to leave Florida for Wake Forest.
79. Fabian Moreau
Running Back
6-foot-0 | 180 | Western
Buzz: Moreau is one of the most elusive runners in the state. He is fast, shifty, and can really make people miss. He can play running back or line up at wide receiver at the next level. He has similar skill to Michael Crabtree out of high school.
80. Kevin McCoy
Offensive Line
6-foot-5 | 275 | Armwood
Buzz: McCoy played for one of the top programs in the country and played on one of the best offensive lines in the state. He is a massive tackle, with a great frame. He is terrific in the run game and gets great push against the DL.
Schools in the mix: Auburn, UCF, Vanderbilt
81. Rayshawn Jenkins
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 190 | Admiral Farragut Academy
Buzz: Jenkins is very shifty for a man of his size. He is a big, strong receiver that will contribute early at Miami. However, I feel he has the most potential at defensive back. He has great speed and could be a late steal for Miami.
82. Daniel Isidora
Offensive Line
6-foot-3 | 330 | Cypress Bay
Buzz: Isidora is a massive individual. He lacked a lot of big offers but Miami was all over him. He does have some bad weight, but holds his weight well. This kid will be tremendous with a proper nutrition and weight program.
83. Patrick Harris
Athlete
6-foot-1 | 160 | South Lake
Buzz: Harris is impressive at receiver, while always making the big play. He has a knack for going over the middle to make the big catch and has great hands in traffic. He could be a solid player on offense or defense at Iowa State. He and fellow commit Dondre Daley should be a nice combo for years to come.
84. Daniel Gray
Cornerback
6-foot-0 | 165 | Boyd Anderson
Buzz: Gray is a speedy corner that is very athletic. He has terrific instincts and breaks very quickly on the ball. This was a great pickup by Tennessee, as he will really boost their secondary.
85. Duaron Williams
Offensive Line
6-foot-3 | 304 | Jones
Buzz: I have said it a lot, but it's a necessity - Iowa State has done a terrific job of recruiting the state of Florida. Williams has really improved his technique this season. He plays really aggressive and has a swagger about his game. He has very good feet as well. He was injured for half of this season, so look for him to redshirt.
86. James Brooks
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 196 | South Lake
Buzz: Brooks had a great off-season and was a standout on the camp circuit. Brooks is a thick, well-built athlete that seemed to put it together this year. Playing against that competition he will face at Kent State, he will dominate. I expect big numbers over the next few years for the South Lake prospect.
87. Marcus Allen
Athlete
6-foot-2 | 210 | Hilliard
Buzz: Allen is a very good athlete with the skills to be a BCS level running back or safety. He is a smart runner that finds the holes well and is a terror in the secondary at safety. He is headed to Georgia Tech and looks to be the next standout running back in the long line of Yellow Jacket backs.
88. Roshard Burney
Running Back
5-foot-10 | 205 | Palm Beach Gardens
Buzz: Burney was terrific all year long and was one of the top backs in Florida. The West Virginia commitment ran for over 2,000 yards and 19 touchdowns this season. He has very good size, a thick build, and has good body lean. Burney is the top to always fall forward and add an extra yard or two on each of his carries.
89. Tyler Cameron
Quarterback
6-foot-3 | 210 | Jupiter
Buzz: Cameron has good arm strength, solid accuracy, and as a senior, he really improved his overall game. The best comparison I can think of would be former Florida Gator Tim Tebow. Cameron is a dual threat quarterback that can beat you with his arm or with his legs.
90. Jalen Spencer
Athlete
6-foot-1 | 185 | Pensacola
Buzz: Spencer has very good speed and could play either receiver or cornerback for South Florida. He reads the play well on defense, but needs to be more physical.
91. Clinton Heaven
Safety
6-foot-1 | 190 | Manatee
Buzz: Heaven is a terrific tackler and uses very good form. He is solid when coming up to defend the run and has the range to be a good safety. He is quicker than fast, but still has plenty of speed to cover a great deal of ground in the secondary.
92. Sean Culkin
Tight End
6-foot-5 | 220 | Indian Rocks Christian School
Buzz: Culkin can really stretch the field. He is similar to Kent Taylor, but is just slightly behind him in both speed and agility of Taylor. Culkin had a very strong senior season and should be a major weapon in the Missouri passing attack.
93. Dalvon Stuckey
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-4 | 305 | Walton
Buzz: Stuckey is a run stopping machine. He clogs the middle and forces backs to run outside. He is quick off the ball and really uses his size well. Stuckey and his Walton teammates struggled to a winless season, but he performed very well during the week of the Offense-Defense All-American game in December.
94. Lavatiae Kelly
Wide Receiver
6-foot-1 | 180 | McArthur
Buzz: Kelly was terrific all year long, as he put up 1,458 yards receiving and 15 touchdowns. On the stat sheet, he was one of the top receivers in all of Florida. Kelly is a late-qualifier and will pick up some major offers soon. If he just does what he is supposed to, he will qualify and head on to bigger things at a major school.
Schools in the mix: Alabama State, Middle Tennessee State, Florida State, Michigan State
95. Demeitre Brim
Safety
6-foot-3 | 215 | Victory Christian Academy
Buzz: Brim is heading to Virginia and will make an immediate impact in the secondary. He has terrific size and very good speed. He can turn and run if he plays corner and he can lay the wood at safety. He needs to be more fluid and rangy in the secondary, but he is so athletic that it will be quick fix at the next level.
96. Earl Moore
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-1 | 280 | Hillsborough
Buzz: Moore is very aggressive and tends to use strength and power, more than finesse. I'd like to see him add some moves, but his bull rush works well. Miami tends to pump out big-time defensive linemen and Moore could be another in the long line of standouts.
97. Devonte Robinson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 175 | Village Academy
Buzz: Robinson can fly on the field and his long arms allow him to catch the ball at its highest point. His leaping ability makes him a very good red zone threat. West Virginia has had solid receivers over the last few years, but he and Miramar's Devonte Mathis, should be some of the best to come throw Morgantown.
98. James Washington
Linebacker
6-foot-3 | 220 | Winter Park
Buzz: Washington can play linebacker or develop into an end at some point. He looks like the Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Abraham off the edge, with his strength and array of moves. This was a terrific pull by the Syracuse staff, as Washington has a bright, bright future.
99. Joseph Jackson
Linebacker
6-foot-1 | 215 | First Coast
Buzz: Jackson is not your typical linebacker. He rushes the pass well and stops the run, but he is most impressive in coverage. Playing alongside two stellar linebackers in Reggie Northrup and 2013 standout Daniel McMillian, Jackson holds his own, which is evident by his terrific offer list.
100. Trey Griffey
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 190 | Dr. Phillips
Buzz: Griffey had a very good season in the Dr. Phillips program and really meshed well with quarterback Nick Patti. Griffey has very good size, runs clean routes, and catches the ball well. People discount him and believe that he his hyped because of his last name, but Griffey can play and the fact that he had more than 1,000 yards receiving this year should have proved that.
101. Deandre Jasper
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 180 | Miami Jackson
Buzz: Jasper has deceptive strength and is tough to bring down. His speed won't make your jaw drop, but his special teams returns will. He has very good vision when running with the ball, follows his blockers well, and could be a major asset to the return game early in his career. He projects as a slot receiver based on his size.
102. Jaime Wilson
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 186 | Glades Central
Buzz: Wilson is the definition of a possession receiver. He catches everything thrown his way. Not much about his game will blow you away, but he gets it done. Wilson will be one of those players that comes out of nowhere with his production at the next level.
Schools in the mix: Marshall, Memphis, Western Michigan
103. Willie Bailey
Cornerback
6-foot-1 | 165 | Hallandale
Buzz: Bailey is impressive because he is so versatile. He has very good hips and can play in the box or turn and run with receivers. He is smooth and a good tackler. He is a tall, lean cornerback and I think he could end up playing safety once he packs on a few pounds.
104. James Burgess Jr.
Linebacker
6-foot-0 | 200 | Homestead
Buzz: Burgess doesn't have the size of an elite linebacker, but his strength, instincts, and coverage skills more than make up for his lack of height. He will really benefit playing for a tremendous defensive mind in head coach Charlie Strong. Playing alongside Norland's Keith Brown will help as well.
105. Tyreece Jiles
Cornerback
6-foot-0 | 175 | Cape Coral
Buzz: Jiles really burst onto the radar in the camp scene this year. His ability to plug a hole and flip his hips is effortless. Plain and simple, he is a smooth ballplayer. As of late, North Carolina has done a good job of getting players ready for the next level and Jiles has the tools to be molded into a very good defensive back.
106. Jordan Hinojosa
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-3 | 270 | Miami Central
Buzz: Hinojosa is very impressive as a pass rusher and uses his hands very well. He keeps his body low to get leverage against lineman and is more than just a big body. Hinojosa isn't your typical space filler, as he has athleticism, a relentless work ethic, and the will to be a very good player at Minnesota.
107. Danny Dillard
Running Back
6-foot-2 | 205 | Venice
Buzz: Dillard has great size and uses it well. He is a north-south runner and hits the hole hard. He won't shake you, but if you give him a chance, he will run right by you. Duke Johnson and Dillard are perfect compliments for each other. A physical, tough runner along with a smooth, quick, burner.
108. Will Holden
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 275 | Florida Clay
Buzz: Holden has the size that coaches covet. He has impressive footwork and he really uses his size and strength to create major holes. Holden is very technically sound and not just an elite athlete playing on the offensive line. I feel Holden, with proper coaching, will be a top 3-5 lineman from this Florida class.
109. Vegas Harley
Athlete
6-foot-1 | 185 | Mount Dora
Buzz: Harley has an extremely impressive offensive game. He is shifty, runs very hard, and is tough to bring down. He could develop into a back or receiver. He is the type of player that you just want to get on the field as quickly as possible, because he is a playmaker.
Schools in the mix: FIU, Georgia Southern, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa State, Memphis, South Alabama, Temple, USF
110. Guito Ervilus
Athlete
6-foot-5 | 225 | Oak Ridge
Buzz: Ervilus is a dangerous player. He loves contact and may be the best blocking TE in the state. He plays mean at all times and his size/speed combo is impressive. He missed most of the season due to an injury, but was able to play the final 5 games and showed why he should be considered one of the top TE's in Florida.
111. E.J. Hilliard
Quarterback
6-foot-3 | 175 | Miami Northwestern
Buzz: Hilliard throws the ball with a lot of velocity and makes sound decisions. He is a mature quarterback that makes smart decisions and gets the ball out quickly. He could have headed to a bigger name school, but he is off to FIU, will compete for early playing time, and do very well under coach Cristobal.
112. Dinero Moss
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 183 | Piper
Buzz: Moss is one of the most physical corners around. He really gets in the face of the receivers and is aggressive with them. He's also very good at turning and finding the ball after it's thrown. Most corners do not have the anticipation that Moss possesses.
113. Ti'on Green
Athlete
6-foot-0 | 192 | Lake Brantley
Buzz: Green can do it all. He plays running back, receiver, and defensive back. He is solid on offense, but he has potential to be an excellent defensive back with his range. Cincinnati will find a way to get him on the field early and often and he will do nothing but make plays.
114. Blake Fromang
Offensive Line
6-foot-8 | 280 | Lake Highland
Buzz: Fromang has terrific size and very good feet. He moves around well and uses his hands to fend off defenders. This kid has a bright future. Along with Will Holden, Vanderbilt has solidified their offensive line for years to come.
115. Bryan Cox Jr.
Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 240 | St. Thomas Aquinas
Buzz: Cox is a terrific pass rusher off the edge. He has a very good motor and gives it his all throughout the entire game. He is deceptively quick and very strong. He will step right in as an early contributor in Gainesville.
116. Kameron Davis
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 280 | Boyd Anderson
Buzz: Davis is a raw offensive lineman with a ton of potential. His size is hard to find and he hasn't come close to hitting his peak. With work, he could play anywhere, but he doesn't have the greatest of offer sheets. He will flourish after a redshirt year and will continue to mold his body by adding muscle.
Schools in the mix: East Carolina, SMU, USF, West Virginia
117. Brandon Brooks
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0 | 185 | First Coast
Buzz: It is possible that Brooks was the top wide receiver on First Coast this year, even with all-everything, Alabama commit Chris Black on the roster. Brooks is committed to Troy at the moment and is another major get by the Trojans. Brooks has speed and catches just about everything thrown his way.
118. Faton Bauta
Quarterback
6-foot-3 | 225 | Dwyer
Buzz: Bauta had some very impressive moments this season, as I was one of his biggest critics. I feel like he is a very good athlete, but he has a brighter future at a position other than quarterback. He has great size for a quarterback and has plenty of arm strength, but I question his accuracy. He is committed to Georgia and coach Richt should be able to do some very good things with him as a passer.
119. Schyler Miles
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 220 | Berkeley Prep
Buzz: Miles has the size you look for at linebacker, after bulking up for this season. He is a tackling machine and the heart of the Berkeley Prep defense. He racked up over 100 tackles on the year and will be a model of consistency at the next level.
Schools in the mix: Florida, Kansas, West Virginia
120. Raphael Andrades
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0 | 190 | Lincoln
Buzz: Andrades isn't spectacular at anything, but he is extremely solid at everything. He gets good separation from corners and catches almost every ball thrown his way. He will go to college and be a perfect model of consistency for one lucky school.
Schools in the mix: Arkansas, FIU, Illinois, Kentucky, Middle Tennessee State, Notre Dame, Stanford, Vanderbilt
121. Larry Hope
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 170 | American
Buzz: Hope is fast, long, and is a big hitter at cornerback. He has the attributes to very solid at the next level. Miami has done a very good job of getting depth at multiple positions, but with Hope, they have a potential starter and a very impressive defensive back.
122. Patrick Jean
Linebacker
6-foot-3 | 200 | Treasure Coast
Buzz: Jean has terrific lateral speed and has a 2nd gear when pursuing the football. He can play both linebacker and defensive end and perform at a very high level. This is another terrific pull by coach Strong and Louisville. Keith Brown, James Burgess Jr. and Patrick Jean is a tremendous group of linebackers.
123. Austin Aikens
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0 | 180 | Plant
Buzz: Aikens is a very smooth route runner and has a very polished game. When attacking the ball in the air, he shows good body control and has good hands. His footwork is matched by few and he has an incredible leaping ability.
Schools in the mix: Cincinnati, Iowa, Missouri, Vanerbilt, Western Kentucky
124. Ty Law
Cornerback
5-foot-10 | 170 | Lake Highland
Buzz: Law is a very smart and physical corner. He is very similar to Greg Reid, who is currently at Florida State. He throws his weight around and has great instincts. He will be a great addition to special teams and the return game as well.
Schools in the mix: Memphis, Washington State
125. Gray Crow
Quarterback
6-foot-3 | 220 | Countryside
Buzz: Crow has a very strong arm and has terrific size. He needs to improve his footwork, but that will come with time. He has a great deal of potential at the next level, but it all depends on how hard he works. He will have other talented players around him that will push him to continue improving his game.
126. Vernon Davis
Cornerback
5-foot-10 | 175 | Coral Reef
Buzz: Davis isn't the most technically sound corner in the state, but he more than gets the job done. He gets to the ball at its highest point and he has very quick feet. He is raw and has some coverage flaws, but he is a risk/reward type player. He will have a few bumps along the way, but he also has a great deal of potential based on his overall athleticism.
127. Josh Witt
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 210 | Cypress Bay
Buzz: There are many more physically gifted linebackers in the state, but Witt plays with so much passion and effort that he is difficult to slow down. He hits hard and has a smooth backpedal. At times he looks like a big, athletic safety, but he will be a solid linebacker at Miami.
128. Kadeem Thomas
Linebacker
6-foot-0 | 230 | Godby
Buzz: Thomas is strong and aggressive, which is what you want in a linebacker. He is smooth when dropping into coverage and has good enough lateral speed. He is a little short to play middle linebacker, but has the speed to play outside linebacker.
129. Jon Heck
Offensive Lineman
6-foot-6 | 280 | Bolles
Buzz: Heck often gets overshadowed playing alongside John Theus, but Heck is very talented. He will bring great size and solid agility to North Carolina and will compete for early playing time after being extremely well coached at Bolles high school.
130. Orlando David
Tight End
6-foot-3 | 230 | Chaminade Madonna
Buzz: David is an old school tight end that is a very impressive blocker. He creates massive holes for his running backs using his power and strength. He has very good hands and deceptive speed. Look for him to contribute early due to his college-ready size.
Schools in the mix: Cincinnati, Illinois, Louisville, Miami, Marshall, Nebraska, Rutgers
131. Corey Griffin
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 210 | Coral Reef
Buzz: Griffin plays linebacker, but his play may be best suited for defensive end. He is very quick off the edge and uses his long arms to get to the quarterback quickly. There aren't many linebackers that rush the passer as well as Griffin in this entire class.
132. Darius White
Linebacker
6-foot-2 | 195 | Manatee
Buzz: White is a run stopping machine. He is the heart of the defense, such as Ray Lewis is for the Baltimore Ravens. He is strong, very physical, and is a terrific tackler. He really improved his stock with his play this season and was the leader of the Manatee defense.
133. Colby Watson
Offensive Line
6-foot-6 | 320 | Pine Forest
Buzz: Watson's elite size takes him a long way, but he will really need to keep his body and weight in order if he wants to hit his peak. He uses his hands well and has good enough feet at this point. After a year or two in a collegiate system and hard work, Watson could be a late steal for some program.
134. Jordan Armstrong
Athlete
5-foot-10 | 175 | Felix Varela
Buzz: Speed kills and Armstrong has plenty of it. He is shifty and can change direction really well. With continued work, he could develop into a solid receiver. Armstrong is a typical state of Florida athlete. He has a ton of energy, speed, and always gives his best effort.
Schools in the mix: Connecticut, Kansas, Louisville, Maryland, Minnesota, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest
135. Trey Dudley-Giles
Athlete
5-foot-10 | 175 | Pasco
Buzz: Dudley-Giles is just one of those players that is fun to watch. He makes some of the biggest plays just about every week. He is explosive at receiver, a lockdown cornerback, and always a threat to score on special teams. Many schools are going to regret not offering Dudley-Giles in the future.
Schools in the mix: Ball State, East Carolina, Eastern Michigan, FAU, UMass, Ohio, Rutgers, South Alabama
136. Kevis Jones
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 195 | Northeast
Buzz: Jones is a smooth athlete that can excel at receiver or defensive back. He doesn't have top level speed, but he has a big frame and is tough to bring down. Credit the Wake Forest staff for coming into Florida and stealing an athlete that could play just about anywhere in the state.
137. Jarvis McCall
Safety
6-foot-2 | 190 | Armwood
Buzz: McCall is another stellar player in the Armwood secondary. He gets in and out of his breaks very well and has good hips to turn with receivers. There are 4-5 D1 prospects in the Armwood secondary and the fact that they push each other at each and every practice will only help all of them going forward.
138. Hugs Etienne
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 180 | South Plantation
Buzz: Etienne is very physical at the line of scrimmage. He uses good technique and physicality to overpower his opponents. The long time Wisconsin commitment should do very well in the Big Ten and will be able to impress with his speed.
139. Anthony Brown
Cornerback
5-foot-11 | 175 | Hillsborough
Buzz: Brown is an outstanding athlete and was a key contributor to all facets of the Hillsborough team. The Purdue commitment will most likely play cornerback at the next level, but he has the speed and overall talent to contribute early on special teams.
140. Jared Crump
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 190 | Bartram Trail
Buzz: Crump was the top weapon all year long, for Tennessee commit Nathan Peterman. He has very good hands, plenty of speed, and will be an excellent addition to the Wake Forest offense. Demon Deacon fans should be very excited to watch Crump and Kevis Jones playing together at the next level.
141. Gary Simon
Cornerback
6-foot-1 | 177 | Gibbs
Buzz: There are few corners that look as physically impressive as Simon. He is also an outstanding athlete and will play basketball in college as well. He will be the type of kid that makes people wonder where this kid came from. He will be a great late addition as he remains undecided.
Schools in the mix: Arkansas, Iowa State, Miami, Ohio State, USF
142. Neally Cunningham
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 195 | Bayside
Buzz: Cunningham is a very shifty runner with very good size. He is not just your typical tall deep threat. He can go over the middle and even play out of the slot with ease. He won't wow you with blazing speed, but his hands and ability to get separation are very impressive. He has been committed to Connecticut for a long time and remained firm throughout.
143. Ghierry Vanderkuyp
Athlete
6-foot-2 | 185 | Hialeah
Buzz: Vanderkuyp is Mr. Everything on the field. He can play receiver, corner, or quarterback, while doing them all very well. He is very skilled at many positions, but is special at receiver. He reminds me a lot of T.J. Houshmandzadeh at this point in his career.
Schools in the mix: Buffalo, Central Michigan, FAU, Maryland, Nebraska, Western Michigan
144. Dareen Owi
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 190 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Owi has very impressive timing and a solid vertical leap. He really goes up and gets the ball at its highest point, showing off his athleticism and height. Owi has good hands, has no issues going over the middle, and will be a nice addition to UCF.
145. Tajarvis Fuller
Defensive Back
6-foot-1 | 185 | Dunbar
Buzz: Fuller is a terrific hitter. He is strong, physical, and really well put together. When he lines up a receiver, he can really lay the wood. He has good range and can cover a lot of ground. Based on his size, physicality, and range, I expect him to end up playing safety for Illinois.
146. Charlie Miller
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 185 | Vero Beach
Buzz: Miller won't wow you with his physical presence at 5-foot-11 and 185 pounds, but he is versatile, smooth, and can pull away from defenders with his speed. He is also a terrific athlete and a very good basketball player. Expect him to be a dual sport athlete at the next level.
Schools in the mix: FAU, Iowa State, Miami, Minnesota, Northern Illinois, UCF
147. Andre Allen
Running Back
5-foot-9 | 180 | Arnold
Buzz: Allen is a quick, shifty back that was the major offensive weapon for Arnold this year. All-American Eddie Williams gets most of the hype for Arnold, but Allen was an integral part of their success. On the year, Allen rushed for 2,022 yards and 24 touchdowns.
148. Julian Leslie
Athlete
6-foot-4 | 220 | Coral Reef
Buzz: Leslie is a very good defensive end, but he may be an even better tight end in college. He is very quick when coming off the edge and attacking the QB, but he is also a very intriguing prospect in the passing attack and when blocking in the run game. I am extremely impressed with Western Kentucky's staff for recognizing him early and holding his commitment. That speaks volumes about this staff.
149. Brandon Snell
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 160 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Snell is not a blazer at receiver, as he is quicker than fast. His best attribute is his body control. He gets up in the air with ease and rarely loses a jump ball. It's impressive that he can get up in the air so high with the fact that he is only 5-foot-11.
150. Drico Johnson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 200 | Agape Christian Academy
Buzz: Johnson is a big, physical receiver. He reminds me of Terrell Owens on film, without as much top end speed. He gets separation from corners with ease, which speaks to his solid route running. UCF did a very good job with the receiver position with the 6-foot-3 Dareen Owi and the 6-foot-2 Johnson.
151. Teko Powell
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-3 | 258 | Miami Norland
Buzz: Powell has a thick frame and carries his weight well. He gets low and gets good leverage against the offensive lineman. He also as a very good burst off the ball and good overall quickness. He needs to continue to work on his technique and make sure he doesn't just throw his body around.
152. Richard Hart
Athlete
6-foot-1 | 190 | Nature Coast
Buzz: It is baffling to me that Hart doesn't many offers at this point, other than Grambling State. This kid is just an all-around solid football player. Makes every tackle that comes his way, can drop and play in coverage, and rushes the passer with great speed.
Schools in the mix: Clemson, Grambling State, Iowa State, South Florida
153. Stanley Sylverain
Linebacker
6-foot-3 | 215 | Golden Gate
Buzz: Sylverain had a very impressive senior year. He has the size and speed to be a very productive linebacker and is a very sound tackler. There were a lot of people who questioned UCF for taking his commitment so early, but in time, they will be pleasantly surprised with what Sylverain brings to the table.
154. J.T. Washington
Athlete
5-foot-9 | 160 | Satellite
Buzz: Shocker alert. Another terrific athlete is heading to West Virginia. Washington has short, choppy steps which increase his ability to change direction and cut on a dime. He follows his blockers well and has good speed. He can play an array of positions at the next level, but I expect him to line up in the backfield.
155. Craig Brodsky
Athlete
5-foot-11 | 195 | Fleming Island
Buzz: Brodsky is a very talented athlete. He could be a very solid 4 year player at safety or corner and he is very smart and he can read where the play is going early. He is also a major weapon offensively and should do very well at Delaware.
156. Fred McRae
Wide Receiver
5-foot-9 | 160 | Chaminade Madonna
Buzz: McRae doesn't have elite size, however he continues to make plays all over the field. He gets separation from corners and uses his wiggle to gets yards after the catch. McRae is slipper and shifty, but will improve once he fine tunes his route running.
157. Sam Green
Cornerback
6-foot-1 | 200 | Plant City
Buzz: Green is one of the most physically impressive cornerbacks in the state. He does a very good job of finding the football and getting in on a lot of tackles during each game. He could end up as a safety at the next level.
Schools in the mix: Cincinnati, Kentucky, Memphis, Rutgers
158. Mike Minns
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-1 | 285 | Dwyer
Buzz: Minns has a motor that never quits. Surprisingly for a man of his size, he gives relentless effort throughout the game. His strength is also a major asset to his game. He comes from a terrific program at Dwyer and that help him contribute early.
Schools in the mix: FIU, Louisville, Miami, Marshall, Samford, West Virginia
159. Patrick Maddox
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2 | 180 | Pace
Buzz: Maddox worked hard this offseason to get in prime shape for this season and it showed after his stellar performance. On the year, he had 49 catches, 1,087 yards, and 8 touchdowns against some very good competition. He has terrific hands, runs smooth routes, and is a very smart player.
Schools in the mix: FAU, Middle Tennessee State
160. Jacob Guy
Quarterback
6-foot-5 | 205 | Pasco
Buzz: Guy completed 70% of his throws this year, while passing for 42 touchdowns and only 6 interceptions. He has the size that coaches covet and he can make all the throws. He is not the type to make many mistakes and he makes plenty of plays.
Schools in the mix: FAU, Florida, Ohio, UMass, Vanderbilt, Western Michigan

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