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January 26, 2014

FV100 Post-season: 56-60

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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 40 so far, and here's five more. Here's a look at players 56-60

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

RELATED: FV100 - 61-65 | FV100 - 66-70 | FV100 71-75 | FV100 76-80 | FV100 81-85 | FV100 86-90 | FV100 91-95 | FV100 96-100

Post-Season Evaluation
60. Trent Harris
Defensive End
6-foot-2 | 225 | Winter Park (Winter Park, Fla.)
Buzz: Harris committed to Miami early and has stayed committed. The strongside defensive end is quick off the ball and has good technique. He ranks in the top 25 of strongside defensive ends in the country. He has very quick hands as well, which aids in shedding the block. He can drop back into coverage when he needs to.

Committed to: Miami
Commitment analysis: Trent Harris

59. Trevon Lee
Wide Receiver
5-foot-11 | 167 | Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

The Buzz: Lee has quickness and soft hands, and runs very good routes. He's got the moves and speed to be an impact receiver on the next level. Duke and Vandy are battling for his services, both of which have offenses that favor a slot receiver with speed.

Schools in the mix: Duke, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Stanford
Senior Highlights: Trevon Lee

58. Blake McClain
Strongside Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 265 | Sandalwood (Jacksonville, Fla.)

The Buzz: McClain is a physical specimen that will only get bigger and better at Florida State. He's got great strength up front and can shed blockers to contain very well. He is ranked in the top 20 of strongside defensive ends in the country.

Committed to: Florida State

57. Jonathan Vickers
Running Back
6-foot-0 | 205 | North Florida Christian (Tallahassee, Fla.)

Buzz: Vickers is versatile and brings his speed and quickness to Florida State. A three-year starter for the Eagles, Vickers was the work horse for NFC and chose to stay close to home at Florida State. Vickers has no issues running between the tackles and is a physical runner - despite his size.

COMMITTED TO: Florida State
Jonathan Vickers - Analysis

56. Darrion Owens
6-foot-3 | 217 | Oakleaf (Orange Park, Fla.)

Buzz:Owens has speed, size and quickness and is a safety that will hit you coming over the middle or stay with you on the fly route. He committed last summer and has stayed focused on the 'U' and looks to become an impact player. At 6-foot-3, his physical stature is something that will be a factor if he stays at safety.

Committed to: Miami
Rivals Spotlight: Darrion Owens

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