90. Marlon Gonzalez - Island Coast - DE
Gonzalez can pretty much play anywhere on the defensive line. He's arguably the top prospect in the Fort Myers area for the 2015 class, and colleges have taken notice. He is ranked as the 27th best weakside defensive end in the country. He holds offers from the likes of Florida State, USF, and Tennessee.
89. Christian Alexander - Lakeland Christian - QB
Alexander is a strong armed, prototypical quarterback. He decided to end his recruitment and commit to FIU in June. He's listed as a dual-threat quarterback, but likes to do most of his damage from inside the pocket. He'll be doing a lot of handing the ball off four-star UCLA commit T.J. Simmons this fall, and that will open up the defense for Alexander to shred.
88. James Allen - North Marion - RB
Allen has great vision and is really tough to bring down. His skills earned him offers from some big time schools, like Tennessee, Miami, and others. Allen committed to Louisville in June, which was a hot month for the Cardinals, and he has the potential to be the featured back in Bobby Petrino's offense.
87. Trevill Holcy - Saint Cloud - WR
At 6-foot-5, 210-pounds, Holcy could either play as an X receiver or as a spread offense tight end at the next level. He's great working over the middle and has very soft hands. He holds offers from the likes of Louisville, Miami, Ole Miss, and Syracuse.
86. Christopher Hart - St. Thomas Aquinas - LB
St. Thomas Aquinas is loaded this year and seem poised to get back to Orlando in 2014. Hart will be a big part of their defense. He has excellent size and is quicker than you'd think as a linebacker. He's rated as the 49th best outside linebacker in the country. He has around twenty scholarship offers, including Louisville, Michigan State, and Wisconsin.
85. Tyler Jordan - Bishop Kenny - C
The Gators dipped into Jacksonville once again and landed Jordan very early in the recruiting process. Jordan plays left tackle for Bishop Kenny, but committed to Florida as a center. He also plays on the defensive line.
84. Darrien McNair - Trinity Catholic - LB
McNair is a Mississippi State commit, but his recruiting process seems far from over. He's also considering Kentucky, and his interest in the Wildcats make him a soft commitment. We saw him at the Rivals Camp stop in Orlando and were impressed with his skills. He is ranked as the 46th best outside linebacker in the country.
83. Sheldrick Redwine - Killian - CB
The former West Virginia commit has his options reopened on the recruiting front, and named a top 15. Of his top 15, schools like Louisville, West Virginia, Kentucky, and USF stand out the most. He's a rangy cornerback at 6-foot-2 and is a lockdown cornerback for Killian.
82. Brandon Boyce - University School - DT
Boyce is a little shorter than you'd like at defensive tackle, but there's no questioning his skillset. He's been committed to Duke since December, and the Blue Devils are putting together an excellent 2015 recruiting class. Boyce was impressive at the Rivals Camp stop in Miami, and earned his ranking as the 35th best defensive tackle in the nation.
81. Khalid McGee - Northwestern - DB
Northwestern is known for their excellent prospects, and you see a lot of them playing on Sundays. His top three schools are Louisville, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. He plans on committing during the summer, but will still plan on using all of his official visits. McGee has want colleges are looking for in a cornerback.