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January 18, 2014

FV100 Post-season: 76-80

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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. 86-90 and 81-85.

Here's a look at players 76-80

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

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Post-Season Evaluation
80. Trevaughn Rodriguez
Running Back
5-foot-9 | 182 | Mainland (Daytona Beach, Fla.)
Buzz: Rodriguez was a big part of Mainland's semi-final appearance in the state 6A playoffs, giving Miami Central all they could handle before losing for the second year in a row. His game-winning score against previously unbeaten Fort Pierce Central was a thing of beauty - and that showcased his ability to catch the ball in space and make an impact. FAU gets a good one here .


Committed to: Florida Atlantic

79. Nicodem Pierre
Dual-threat QB
6-foot-2 | 203 | Coral Reef (Miami, Fla.)

The Buzz: Pierre led the Coral Reef Barracudas to the post-season in 2012 and committed to Duke in July. He's the perfect fit for the Blue Devil offense, which gave national champion Florida State fits in the first half. Pierre is a cerebral QB who thinks on his feet. He ranks 21st in the country for dual-threat quarterbacks - according to Rivals.com
Committed to: Duke

78. Denzel Ware
Weakside Defensive End

6-foot-1 | 241 | Crestview (Crestview, Fla.)

The Buzz: Ware has the size and speed to play defensive end, but may find himself as an outside linebacker in college. His 6-1 frame is a nice build and his speed is what makes him a nice catch for coach Mark Stoops and the Wildcats. Ware had a very good game against 4A runner-up Bolles.
Rivals analysis: Denzel Ware


Committed to: Kentucky

77. Ray Raulerson
Offensive Tackle

6-foot-6 | 275 | Plant (Tampa, Fla.)

Buzz: Another big strong offensive lineman from Tampa Plant. Raulerson had a very good senior year with the Panthers and helped them to a state semi-final game against Apopka. He committed early to Tennessee and has remained committed throughout his senior year.
Senior Spotlight: Ray Raulerson

COMMITTED TO: Tennessee

76. Mike Smith
Weakside Defensive End

6-foot-1 | 210 | Miami Northwestern (Miami, Fla.)

Buzz: Smith is fast and lean and hits very hard. He's the perfect fit for the Hurricanes and looks forward to continuing the tradition of Miami defensive ends that bring the pain. Smith has quick moves and can pressure the quarterback with his speed and reach. Whether he's playing with a hand in the dirt or standing up, he's quick off the ball and has good technique.
Rivals Analysis: Mike Smith


Committed to: Miami



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