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January 14, 2014

FlaVarsity100 Post-season: 81-85

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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.

We started with the 96-100 ranking, profiled the 91-95 and 86-90.

Here's a look at players 81-85

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

Post-Season Evaluation
95. Deion Hallmon
6-foot-0 | 165 | Cypress Bay (Weston, Fla.)
Buzz: Hallmon committed to Rutgers in August, but decommitted this fall. His father played for Miami and he is back on the market. A bit undersized as far as weight goes, but that will be taken care of in college. His speed is an attribute and he stays with his man in coverage. Breaking on the ball with quick feet and soft hands, he's also not afraid to hit .

Schools in the mix: Maryland, Nebraska, Purdue, Pittsburgh. - 56 offers total.

84. Andre Godfrey
5-foot-10 | 182 | Miramar (Miramar, Fla.)

The Buzz: Godfrey committed to Utah, and still remains solid. He has great ball-hawking skills and tackles very well on downfield runs. His speed helps him in over-the-top coverage and he likes to hit.
Committed to: Utah

83. Deionte Gaines

5-foot-8 | 164 | Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.)

The Buzz: Gaines can play just about anywhere on the football field. His speed and quickness made him a threat to take it to the house on any play for Dr. Phillips. He does a great job of eating up the defender's cushion. Look for him in the slot position in college.
Rivals analysis: Deionte Gaines

Committed to: Colorado State

82. Jacob McCrary
Wide Receiver

6-foot-0 | 182 | Coral Reef (Miami, Fla.)

Buzz: McCrary committed early to West Virginia and after a brief flirtation with taking some visits, reaffirmed his commitment to the Mountaineers. McCrary brings that Florida speed and has good hands. He runs a very good route and has good jumping ability.

Committed to: West Virginia

81. Peyton Bender
Defensive End

6-foot-1 | 170 | Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Buzz: Bender broke his collar bone Nov. 2 against American Heritage-Plantation and missed the final game and post-season for the Chiefs. He has been rehabbing well and getting stronger while preparing to play at Washington State. Prior to the break, Bender was one of the top QB's in South Florida - and has the tools to take it up a notch in college. Needs to add some weight.
Committed to: Washington State


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