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January 27, 2014

FV100 Post-season - 51-55

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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 45 so far, and here's five more. Here's a look at players 51-55

Here's where it gets interesting and we'll respectfully disagree with the experts. With 51 four-star athletes in Florida, someone's not in the top 50.

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

RELATED: FV100- 56-60 | FV 100 - 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
55. Trevon Walters
All-Purpose Back
5-foot-10 | 189 | Manatee (Bradenton, Fla.)
Buzz: Walters was the key back for the Manatee Hurricanes and led the team to the state playoffs before falling to Fort Pierce Central in the second round. He committed early in the season to the Tigers and hasn't wavered. He is the 18th ranked All-Purpose back in the country and has great hands out of the backfield.

Committed to: Missouri
Commitment analysis: Trevon Walters

54. Rashawn Shaw
Weakside Defensive End
6-foot-3 | 234 | Central (Fort Pierce, Fla.)

The Buzz: Shaw decommitted from Louisville after Charlie Strong left for Texas and the Cardinals' loss is Wake Forest's gain. A big defensive end who has a motor that won't quit, he helped the Cobras to the state quarter-finals before losing to Plant. He is a cerebral player who knows the game and plays to the echo of the whistle.

Committed to: Wake Forest
Senior Highlights: Rayshawn Shaw

53. Keith Harrington
All Purpose Back
5-foot-8 | 165 | Northeast (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

The Buzz: Florida's loss is Washington State's gain. Harrington played very well in the Blue-Grey All-Star game, racking up 189 yards and the game-winning touchdown. His quickness and low-to-the-ground running style makes him very hard to bring down. Rumor has it that if USF offered, he'd flip - but Harrington was very happy at Wazzu during his official January 17.

Committed to: Washington State
Rivals Combine Analysis: Keith Harrington

52. Richard Yeargin III
Outside Linebacker
6-foot-3 | 216 | University School (Davie, Fla.)

Buzz: Yeargin's stock slipped through the year, and he lost his fourth-star late. The outside linebacker did not have the type of year the analysts thought he'd have. He started the year at No. 38 in our Top 100 but fell 14 spots. He decommitted from Notre Dame and his recruiting is open.

Schools in the mix: Clemson, Notre Dame
Richard Yeargin III - Analysis

51. Isaiah McKenzie
Wide Receiver
5-foot-8 | 165 | American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)

Buzz:The first of our 51 four-stars in the state of Florida, McKenzie just did miss the national ranking after superb all-star game. He was a consistent threat for the loaded Patriots, who won the 5A state title 66-6. McKenzie has verbally committed to Notre Dame, but is awaiting some test scores to get in.

Schools in the mix: Notre Dame, Florida, Ole Miss
Rivals Spotlight: Isaiah McKenzie



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