20. Jordan Scarlett - St. Thomas Aquinas - RB
You could make an argument that Scarlett could be higher on this list and we would believe you have a fair case. Scarlett is a stud - no question about it. The Miami commit is the number weapon on a St. Thomas Aquinas team that is one of the best teams in the country. Scarlett has excellent vision and breakaway speed.
19. Tim Irvin - Westminster Christian - RB
Another star running back in south Florida, Tim Irvin should put up monster numbers in the classification 3A this year. The last time we saw Irvin in person was last summer at the USF Sling and Shoot, and he was unguardable. He's truly an all-purpose back in every sense of the term. He's just as dynamic coming out of the slot as he is toting the rock.
18. Jake Fruhmorgen - Plant - OL
Clemson has been recruiting Tampa really well. They have three commitments in the top 25 of this ranking from Tampa. Fruhmorgen is a polished offensive lineman that should be able to contribute early on in his career playing for the Tigers. The 6-foot-5, 282-pounder and the rest of his offensive line will have to have big seasons for Plant if they want to make it far in the 8A state playoffs.
17. Shawn Burgess-Becker - Monarch - ATH
Wide receiver or free safety - Burgess-Becker plays both positions really well. He will likely be playing safety, however, and his instinctive ability bodes really well with his physical attributes. SBB committed to Alabama during the spring, but still looks to take official visits to schools like Auburn and Miami. The hometown 'Canes look to be a legitimate threat to the Crimson Tide.
16. Sherrod Pittman - First Coast - LB
Pittman, a South Carolina commit, wants to take official visits to UCF, South Carolina, Southern Cal, and.. Rutgers. If you watch a First Coast game you'll know Pittman as the inside linebacker barking out calls and making at plays all over the field. Pittman is a running back's worst nightmare. He's ranked as the third best inside linebacker in the country and is one of four 4-star prospects on the First Coast roster.
15. Jeffery Holland - Trinity Christian - LB
Another Trinity Christian prospect! He's one of six in the FlaVarsity Top 100. Holland checks in at No. 15 and he is listed at linebacker, but we are tempted to put him at athlete. His best position is definitely his outside linebacker spot, but he also was a capable tight end on the 7v7 scene this summer and plays in the backfield on offense as well.
14. John Burt - Lincoln - WR
Burt is a really tough cover. He committed to Texas over the summer to play for the "Stronghorns." Texas beat out the local Florida State Seminoles, Florida, Miami, and others to land Burt's commitment. Lincoln still has a lot of talent on their 2014 roster, but aren't getting too much buzz as one of the top teams in 7A. Burt and company will use that as fuel to the fire.
13. Torrance Gibson - American Heritage Plantation - QB/ATH
Whether Gibson plays wide receiver or quarterback at the next level, he's going to produce. He didn't have a very good outing against St. Thomas Aquinas last week, but we're still convinced that Gibson and his squad are one of the top teams in the state. If today were national signing day, our guess would be he signs with Ohio State, but he still has a lot of schools calling.
12. Tyrek Cole - Miramar - DB
Tyrek Cole dropped 115 spots in the last Rivals national rankings. He was at No. 44, but now sits at No. 159. "On the field, Cole struggled this summer with bigger receivers. Off the field, there are questions and concerns that need to be answered," Rivals.com said in the last update. Cole is a Florida State commit that still has a lot of natural talent at the cornerback position.
11. George Campbell - East Lake - WR
George Campbell was a five-star prospect in the initial 2015 rankings, but dropped after the spring evaluations, and made another drop in the summer evaluations. Still, he's at rated as the 78th best player in the country. He's ultra talented and has all of the physical tools in the world, but sometimes he can be somewhat of a non-factor in East Lake's games. He draws a lot of attention of defenses as the safety usually shades Campbell hard. He should put up decent numbers this year, but East Lake has some fine tuning to do in their offense.