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January 11, 2014

FlaVarsity Post-season 100 - 96-100

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Over the summer, we profiled the top 100 players in the state for the class of 2014 and in January, we review the top 100 after the season.

While some will argue that a few players aren't belonging in the top 100 due to the fact they 'transferred in' for their senior seasons, the fact that they faced off with Florida high school competition and made tremendous impacts is worthy of consideration.

Here's a look at players 96-100

To find out more information on each player, just click on the player's name for a complete Rivals.com profile.

Post-Season Evaluation
100. Stephen Louis
6-foot-2 | 190 | Palm Beach Lakes | Wide Receiver

Buzz:Louis, a third-team All-State (class 7A) running back, will more than likely play receiver at NC State. He had a phenomenal senior season for the Rams and has the speed and height to be a good slot receiver for the Wolfpack.

Highlights - senior season

Committed to: N.C. State

99. Jacob Kraut
5-foot-11 | 240 | Fletcher (Neptune Beach, Fla.) | Fullback

The Buzz:Kraut was the bruiser for the Fletcher Senators, and carried the load several times after RB Matt Henderson went down with a separated hip. Kraut was tough in the short-yardage situations and his blocking skills improved each week. He'll be a bruising style runner in the Big 10.

Highlights - Senior season

Committed to: Rutgers

98. Tyre McCants
5-foot-11 | 199 | Niceville (Niceville, Fla.) | WR/KR

The Buzz:Electric is the best word to describe McCants, who had an uncanny knack for taking the kickoff back for touchdowns. In six games, McCants either scored - or put the Golden Eagles in the red zone with his speed and shiftiness. He also had quick feet as a receiver, and was a featured weapon for the 7A state runner-ups. A Rivals three-star, McCants has speed and quickness.

Highlights: Senior season

Committed to: USF

97. Amani Oruwariye
6-foot-1 | 185 | Gaither (Tampa, Fla.) | Cornerback

Buzz: Oruwariye committed to Vandy early in the season and continued to be a strong lock-down corner for Gaither. He has quickness and covers very well. His height will give him the ability to match up with the taller receivers in the SEC. While he is committed to Vandy, will he stay there now that James Franklin is leaving for Penn State.


Committed to: Vanderbilt

96. Garrett Johnson

5-foot-9 | 160 | West Orange (Winter Garden, Fla.)| WR

The Buzz: Johnson is a very quick receiver who isn't afraid to take on a bigger LB or Corner. Has very soft hands and uses them well, extending them away from his body to pull in the ball. Helped the Warriors to the post-season. Will he play receiver in the SEC? That's the bigger question.

Committed to: Kentucky


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