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ITT, hype a 2014 prospect who you think deserves more attention.
I'm do two to start us off. I found these two trying to put together a Top 5 list for each position for in-state 2014 kids.
The first film below belongs to Buck Rohan Blackwood, 6'5 210 lbs from Nature Coast Tech. Plays basketball also and his lone offer is from UMass, although apparently both UF and Michigan are interested. Long, rangey frame, athletic, and can really bring it off the edge. He also straight up murdered some guys on ST in the 4 game cut below. Big upside here, IMO. (EDIT: Click on the Junior Highlights and not the Land O'Lakes film)
The second film belongs to Darrion Owens, a 6'3 225 lb. S from Oakleaf. Owens participated in FNL last year and the thing that stands out is obviously his size. The guy drives people back when he hits and can fill the alleys in run support. But he's not a LB/S tweener you'd think he is by looking at his size. He can play the two-deep zone in coverage and make plays on the ball. He has offers from NC State, Maryland, Boston College, and Troy.
Who are you hyping?
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This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by SUGator51 14 months ago
Rashawn Shaw. DE, looks good size in person. Visited for LSU game, was in area newspaper numerous times as I was checking up on My alumni, Vero Beach High School.
His film below
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Maaaaaan !!! I really like that second kids film!
Choice's name has been talked about, but not as much as it should. Dude runs like he's 250 and he's really shifty with a lot of suddenness to his game.
This post was edited by wolfrm 14 months ago
Alright heres my two.
The first guy is Isaiah Ford teammate of Nick Washington aka recruiter of the year. I like Ford he just seems like a smooth receiver. Im not saying he should be our first receiver taken but as our 3rd or 4th receiver I think he would be great.
Second is Dillon Bates. The thing I love is he plays real instinctive and will come up and make a hit. On a couple of his highlights he could get off of the block a little quicker, but I love how he just waits on it and attacks.
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Not a Jordan Reed or OJ Howard freak athlete and nothing flashy or eye popping but just because I think THIS is what a Muschamp/Pease Tight End should look like. He's a 3* with only an offer to Texas State, probably not anywhere on our radar but the type I think we should be looking for
Jordan Feuerbacher Class of 2014 Tight End - Jr Season Highlights (6' 5" 240 lbs.)
Been saying this forever but Cook >>> Yearby. Best RB/ATH in the state of Florida.
Dalvin Cook - Miami Central High School - Florida - 2014 - 2012 Season (FINAL CUT)
We got any chance?
A grown man...
Terry Googer. I remember Keith coming over here a few months ago and said to look out for him. 6'4 211 WR but he plays QB in high school.
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Maybe, if sanctions are pretty severe. If not, no.
DB (position of need)
Armwood aka Gator-friendly
Don't they both go to the same high school?
Yeah, Miami Central
thanks I thought so. talk about a loaded backfield
They've won states two years in a row. Will be 3 soon enough.
Really 3 going on 4 dating back to Freemon's days.
This post was edited by AlligatorDundee 14 months ago
Cook and Choice aren't getting enough attention?
scrape the sides up...
Not on this board, like I said he's been brought up but all I've read about is Cook, Sony, Hurd, Bo backs like that. Hell even tony james is mentioned more then choice.
Like I said, I was trying to put together a Top 5 list of in-state kids at each position...I currently have James at #5. I know he's a local, but he didn't even start his JR. year and his ceiling is 3rd down back. I don't see him being able to commit for a long time, if at all.
We can, and will, do a lot better with the first RB we sign.
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