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January 18, 2014

FV100 Post-season: 71-75

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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've counted down 25 so far, and here's five more. Here's a look at players 71-75

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

RELATED: FV100 76-80 | FV100 81-85 | FV100 86-90 | FV100 91-95 | FV100 96-100

Post-Season Evaluation
75. Adam Torres
Defensive Tackle
6-foot-5 | 265 | Lake Mary (Lake Mary, Fla.)
Buzz: Torres has quickness and strength, two things that help a defensive tackle shed blocks and stop the run or the pass. His footwork is strong and his upper body strength is still developing. At 6-5, 265 he'll add some weight with muscle under FSU's rigorous training program and will help the Seminoles on a defensive line group that has been hit by graduation two years in a row. .

Film room: Adam Torres

Committed to: Florida State

74. Al Harris Jr.
Cornerback
5-foot-10 | 155 | St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

The Buzz: Harris is from the school that has a reputation of producing some pretty talented defensive backs. He will take his skills to the Palmetto state to play for the 'Ole ball coach' at South Carolina. He's very fast on his feet and reads coverage well. Plays strong position football and is considered in the top 50 of corners in the country.

Committed to: South Carolina

73. Ravian Pierce
Tight End
6-foot-4 | 215 | Plantation (Plantation, Fla.)

The Buzz: Pierce pulled the trigger with Arkansas in September and went on to have a successful senior season for the Colonels, leading them to the state playoffs. He's got soft hands for a tight end and has very good speed (4.53) and size (6-4). Watch out on the next level if he adds about 15 pounds and doesn't lose any speed.

Committed to: Arkansas

72. Ryeshene Bronson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-3 | 182 | Dunbar (Fort Myers, Fla.)

Buzz: Bronson was originally committed to Florida, but decommitted over the summer and chose USF. He's a former Rivals250 member whose rating has fallen a bit due to lack of production - not necessarily his fault, as his team was a run-oriented team this year. He did have three targets in the Semper Fi Bowl and hauled in a nice over-the-shoulder 44 yard pass. He has good speed and size. USF may have a diamond in the rough here.

Senior Spotlight: Ryeshene Bronson

COMMITTED TO: USF

71. C.J. Worton
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0 | 170 | South Dade (Homestead, Fla.)

Buzz:Worton is one of the reasons the Buccaneers won the 8A state title. His speed was showcased against Apopka in that game, catching a curl route - and then turning it up for a 60+ yard touchdown run. He has special teams experience too and very good hands. Some think he's a bit undersized for receiver at FSU, but he's got great growth potential - to go along with that speed.

Rivals Spotlight: C.J. Worton

Committed to: Florida State



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