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 2 years ago '13        #4241
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Semper Fidelis Bowl: East Day Three Top Performers

COSTA MESA, Ca.- The East team wrapped up its third and final practice in pads as they prepare for Sunday's Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.

Real recognize real. As Tavares Chase (Plant City, Fla./Plant City) made his third catch in a row during the East team's scrimmage, Wisconsin linebacker commitment Dallas Jeanty said Chase was the "real deal."

The 6-foot-2, 170-pound wideout has been giving defensive backs fits all week, and on Friday, he was able to showcase his ability to get open during several drives of the East team scrimmage.


Chase has an innate ability to find holes in coverage and get open, and while he a wide catch radius, he is so slippery before and after the catch, a trait usually reserved for much smaller receivers. The Tigers appear to be getting a volume reception receiver with a lot of yards-after-catch potential.

1. Diondre Overton: While Chase has been the top overall wideout this week for the East, Overton might have the best hands on the team.

The 6-foot-5 prospect knows how to use his size to his advantage, and Overton really did a nice job Friday adjusting to the ball in the air, using his long arms to make a couple diving catches along the sideline.

When contested, Overton displayed strong hands to snatch the ball away from cornerbacks, and continues to make strides as a route runner.


2. Sean Pollard: Pollard has separated himself as the top offensive lineman on the East, dominating defenders at the point of attack. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound guard frustrated defensive linemen and linebackers with his ability to pull and deliver a strong initial pop. There is some nastiness to the Clemson commitment's game, and Pollard was able to open up quite a few lanes for the tailbacks on day three.

3. Amir Rasul: Other than Chase, Rasul has been the most consistent playmaker on offense for the East. Rasul shows great shiftiness again on Friday, keeping his eyes open as the lanes opened and closed in front of him. Rasul used his speed to break off a few big runs, but the Seminoles' commitment also showed the vision during zone runs to cut back and get extra yards.

4. Austin Kendall: Kendall began the week as the top passer in practice, and he continued to impress on Friday. The Sooners' commitment has been the most accurate passer, making him the frontrunner to start on Sunday.

Kendall has such a quick release and is able to let it rip without hesitation.

5. Brad Hawkins: Most wide receivers play outside for their high school. When practice began, the coaches let them go to a spot and work. Hawkins went to the slot and has done well when the ball has come his way. He has done well catching short passes and on end-arounds, and the Michigan commitment is more fluid and sudden than many might think given his size, especially in tight spaces, where he used double moves to make defenders miss twice in a span of five plays Friday.

1. Kobe Jones: Not to sound like a broken record, but Jones has been the best or second-best defensive lineman on the East. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive lineman has been too explosive to contain all week, and on Friday he caused a lot of issues. Violent hands are always a valuable trait at the line of scrimmage, and Jones has that in spades, knocking blockers back with power.

2. Ron Johnson: Right behind Jones on Friday was Johnson once again. The 6-foot-4, 228-pound is tenacious off the line, and he has the speed to get to the football that cannot be coached. The Michigan commitment has had some new things thrown at him this week, and he has adapted well, while showing a high football IQ.

3. Zechariah McPhearson: The Penn State commitment showcased the best footwork in the East secondary Friday, mirroring wideouts cloosely and transitioning very well. This allowed McPherson to avoid getting separated on and allowed him to make plays on the football. The future Nittany Lion checks off all the boxes and has a promising future in the secondary, as well as a possible return man.

4. Cameron Brown: Brown was flying to the football Friday, coming down with another interception. There were some questions coming in with how well the Penn State commitment would do in a situation where he is not allowed to use his skill set as a blocker, but he showed he could cover the tight end vertically in space. Once he gets weight on him, Brown has a chance to be special.

5. Chidi Okonya: The Duke commitment is coming on strong. His tremendous wingspan allowed him to bat a few passes down Friday, and he flashed some pass rush tools off the edge as well. Okonya is still very raw at this stage, but there is no doubt that his best football is in front of him.

Quarterback

Kendall has been the best overall quarterback this week. He knows where to put the football, can throw well on the run, and gives his target a catchable ball the vast majority of the time. That being said, Logan Byrd has gotten better each day. His release is very similar to Kendall's, which is a good thing. Messiah deWeaver has struggled throwing the ball, but has been a pleasant surprise as a runner this week.

Running Back

Martell Pettaway again sat out practice on Friday, making his availability for Sunday's game very much in question. Expect a heavy dose of Amir Rasul, which should allow the Florida State commitment to showcase his feature back ability at the next level.

Khaleke Hudson has been a very pleasant surprise at running back. At 5-foot-11, 200-pounds, he has displayed very good vision in the backfield.

Wide Receiver/Tight End

Look for Chase, Overton and Hawkins to start the game in trips formation, with Isaiah Graham, Darion Anderson and Korben Sparks rotating in. Jamal Pettigrew and Danny Dalton were not asked to block as much on Friday, and both were able to reel in a couple nice catches across the middle.

Offensive Line

The first unit offensive line on Friday consisted of, from left to right, Eddy Fish, Sean Pollard, Michael Maietti, Drew Wilson, and Robert Kraeling. At this point, Wilson looks like an absolute steal for Georgia Southern, as the 6-foot-3, 280-pound guard is adept at pulling and getting blocks at the second level.

William Fries is out with an injury, and while Jay Jay McCargo missed practice on Friday, he is hoping to participate in Saturday's walk-thru and play in the game.

Defensive Line

Ron Johnson and Kobe Jones have been dominant, but right behind them has been Caleb Roddy. The LSU commitment has taken snaps at nose tackle, and his frame suggests that he will add weight and stay inside at the next level. Navy commitment Joe Goff has had his best day of practice Friday. Khalid Kareem could be the strongest defensive lineman on the team, and should be able to develop even more in that area once he gets to college.

Bo Peek and Kobe Smith are out with injuries.

Linebacker

Jamir Jones has settled in well at weak-side linebacker, and will likely start alongside Dallas Jeanty and Cameron Brown. Jones has been a physical presence and it was apparent Friday while listening to him explain coverage a.ssignments on the sideline that he knows the game really well. He also looks to have plenty of room to grow into his 6-foot-3 frame. Jeanty had an active day again Friday, flying sideline-to-sideline and throwing his body into the ball carrier a couple of times, causing coaches to yell at him to ease up during practice.

Defensive Back

Bricen Garner and Khaleke Hudson have done well lined up at free and strong safety. Garner has outstanding natural instincts in coverage, and Hudson came over from running back and proceeded to pick off the first pass thrown his way.
 2 years ago '15        #4242
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I know SG got the bg's after seeing Henry play today. That ball placement was on point. Scrambled well & had pocket awareness. I know it was against high school kids but I like what I saw. Taylor made me smile as well. We need a helluva spark in the return game. I was hoping to hear some commitments coming our way but oh well. Just have to wait & see how it pans out.
 2 years ago '15        #4243
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Oh yeah, we got Keion Joyner too.
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last joyner we landed worked out pretty good too. yall see the levonte taylor inteview after the under armour game? big juan williams was behind him fired up for his teammate and im not talkin team highlight
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 rfessler1 said:
last joyner we landed worked out pretty good too. yall see the levonte taylor inteview after the under armour game? big juan williams was behind him fired up for his teammate and im not talkin team highlight
Now I know it wasn't just me that heard that. I wasn't really paying attention at the time & when dude said that I had to do a double take. We need some good 4-5 star talent at OL & stop taking so many project players. It's really hurting the entire offense. Plus w/ what Henry showed that kid deserves top tier protection.
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 DEDOS said:
Damn american confrence school. You got blown out by a made up name confrence
dedos as usual with your sick masochistic comments. you know damn well we cant let that slide.




so the team that lost to the made up name conference school has drilled your team for a decade. now whats that say about U? my bad im sure you beat an awesome opponent in your bowl game anyways. wait...U lost? ok well at least you got the best gameday fans ever...best stadium ever...coach? boosters? conference championships? division championships? mascot?


this is it: the best failure of a once great program in college football bein run into the dirtiest canal in S. Florida by judge judy. congratulations masochist
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 rfessler1 said:
dedos as usual with your sick masochistic comments. you know damn well we cant let that slide.




so the team that lost to the made up name conference school has drilled your team for a decade. now whats that say about U? my bad im sure you beat an awesome opponent in your bowl game anyways. wait...U lost? ok well at least you got the best gameday fans ever...best stadium ever...coach? boosters? conference championships? division championships? mascot?


this is it: the best failure of a once great program in college football bein run into the dirtiest canal in S. Florida by judge judy. congratulations masochist
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Updated: Burton explains decision to delay

ORLANDO -- Noles247.com has learned four-star safety Brandon Burton will not announce his college decision as previously planned.

Burton pre-recorded a commitment video with Bleacher Report that was supposed to be released around noon. A source informs Noles247 that it’s “definitely not” happening today. As of now there is no timetable on when he will announce.

Sources believe the reason for the hold up was because Burton was unsure if he was going to commit to UCLA or Florida State.

Post-game Update:

Following the Under Armour All-America Game, Burton shared why he decided to wait on making an announcement.

"Right now I just decided to push it back a little bit, just allow a little bit more time to pass," Burton said.

Burton said he is going to take an official to UCLA in January, but didn't specify which weekend the visit will occur.

"That is pretty much the only visit I have left to take," Burton said.

Burton said a decision will come after that visit, but didn't specify a date.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Burton as the No. 137 prospect in the nation and No. 6 safety overall.

USC claims a majority of predictions on the 247Sports.com Crystal Ball for Burton, but the main two schools in the mix are FSU and UCLA. The Bruins (33%) lead the 'Noles (13%) in predictions.
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 DEDOS said:
Damn american confrence school. You got blown out by a made up name confrence
Go take your a.ss to sleep along w/ the play of your canes.
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Deion Sanders breaks down Florida State commitment

ORLANDO -- Former Florida State star Deion Sanders had an up-close look at Ocean Lakes (Va.) cornerback Levonta Taylor this week at practices for the Under Armour All-America Game.

Saturday, Sanders was asked what he thought of Taylor, a Florida State commitment.

“Let me tell you something: I expect him to walk in there Day One and learn the game and to be able to play and contribute,” Sanders said. “He has the attitude. He has the swagger. He has the work ethic. And academically, he’s sound. So this guy’s going to make a difference in someone’s life.”

Taylor is the No. 1 cornerback and the No. 7 overall player in the 247Sports Composite.
 2 years ago '13        #4251
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Henry leads Highlight to 27-0 win at UA Game

ORLANDO -- Florida State four-star quarterback pledge Malik Henry threw a pair of touchdown passes leading Team Highlight to a 27-0 victory over Team Armour in the 2016 Under Armour All-America Game.

"I tried to stay dialed in from beginning to end," Henry said. "At the beginning, I was a little nervous but I try not to show it. So I think I just stayed calmed and collected, went out there and had fun."

Henry finished 9-for-12 for 75 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He is set to make his way to Tallahassee on Sunday to officially enroll at the University.

"Everybody at this level is faster. You are playing with elite athletes. It speeds up a lot. You just have to get used to it, adjust to it," Henry said. "Just come out there, play ball, and have fun.

"Speed is everything," Henry added. "Defense, offense, everybody is moving fast and everybody is a ball hawk. So you really have to get it out of your hand and know where you are going."

FSU QB commit Malik Henry throws a TD pass to AJ Brown in the Under Armour All-America Game pic.twitter.com/Dm1qPy8XLh

In addition to Henry, three-star kicker pledge Ricky Aguayo added two field goals, from 23 and 29 yards out, and three extra points for Team Highlight.

Defensively, five-star cornerback pledge Levonta Taylor played well, recording three tackles and a pass breakup. He also had three punt returns for 64 yards including a long of 41 yards.

Other stats:

Four-star tight end commitment Naseir Upshur had a 6-yard reception.

Four-star wide receiver target Nate Craig-Myers had an 18-yard reception.

Four-star defensive tackle target Shavar Manuel recorded a pair of tackles.

Four-star linebacker target Dontavious Jackson had four tackles and a quarterback hurry.

Four-star linebacker target Keion Joyner recorded three tackles.

Four-star cornerback target Carlos Becker had three tackles.

Four-star cornerback target Jayvaughn Myers recorded a tackle.

Henry quote provided by Josh Newberg on-site. Stats are official from the game.
 2 years ago '13        #4252
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Herm Edwards on Henry's performance, leadership

ORLANDO -- Veteran NFL coach and broadcaster Herm Edwards was the head coach for Team Highlight in the 2016 Under Armour All-America Game. His team defeated Team Armour, 27-0, due in part to two touchdown passes from Florida State quarterback pledge Malik Henry.

"He played well," Edwards said of Henry. "All these guys are under a lot of pressure because of recruiting, all of what they have accomplished as a high school player, and then they get to this game, the Under Armour All-America Game, and they know everybody is watching them and they want to perform well. It is hard because it is an all-star game.

"But the week of practice and how the guy competes, you could tell that he was going to do something special and he obviously did," Edwards added on Henry.

The football lifer was asked who he would compare Henry to, but stated he isn't in the business of comparing high school players to others. He did drop a compliment on the future Seminoles' signal-caller.

"This guy is a high school guy, he hasn't played in college yet, let him grow, but he has talent," Edwards said.

Edwards, who was with Team Highlight throughout the week of practice, did find himself impressed with how Henry conducts himself in the huddle and with his teammates.

"Good leader. He works at it," Edwards said. "He is not afraid to step forward.

"That is the challenge I gave all these kids, don't be a follower, be a leader," Edwards added.
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UA Game Recruiting Scoop

ORLANDO -- Lets get right to it:

— Four-star linebacker Keion Joyner told me after the game that he was going to go home and talk to his mom, call me next week and we’ll do the commitment story.

Today’s confusion was a result of a ESPN interview that was accidentally broadcast into the pressbox. It was after the game and there was only a handful of people in the box and they heard it.

There’s no question in my mind that Joyner is going to FSU. Which is why I’ve been so confident all week in my reports and answering questions on the message board about him and FSU. However, he’s telling me he doesn’t want it out. So… I’ll wait till next week when he gives me the go-ahead to put him on the commit list. 

Another weird day in the recruitment of Keion Joyner, but this was not on him. He still probably has no idea it was made public in the pressbox.

— As we reported prior to the game four-star safety Brandon Burton has delayed his decision. He was expected to commit today and I fully believe it was going to be UCLA. They delay is positive for FSU.

After the game Burton told me he’s going to take his final official visit and that will be to UCLA. He plans to set the date for mid January. Burton says he’ll make his announcement after his UCLA visit.

One more bit of scoop on Burton, he tells me his mother will “definitely” be making her own trip to Tallahassee “soon”. Brandon didn’t know if he would be with her, but his mother will be making a visit.

— Prior to the game FSU five-star commitment Levonta Taylor’s father came up and introduced himself to me. We chatted about a few things and he pointed out on the field to four-star linebacker Dontavious Jackson, saying he’s confident FSU is going to land him.

I followed up with Levonta after the game. We spoke about a few things and I asked him what his thoughts are on Jackson after spending a week with him, Taylor responded, “locked down to FSU”, with a big smile.

I don’t think Jackson has made his decision, but the confidence of FSU’s bellcow recruit is worth noting.

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I'll have much more this weekend, just wanted to post the latest juice straight from the field.
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Henry Heading To Tallahassee

ORLANDO -- After leading Team Highlight to a 27-0 victory over Team Armour in the Under Armour All-America Game, four-star pro-style quarterback Malik Henry has officially ended one chapter of his football career.

"I had to go out with a touchdown too, so I am happy I got that last drive," Henry said.

Henry finished 9-for-12 for 75 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

The next chapter, at the collegiate level, starts on Sunday.

"I leave tomorrow," Henry said afterwards. "I can't wait. I am just going to go in, listen to whatever Jimbo has to tell me. Follow all the instructions. Take all the rookie (hazings) and all that. Just work hard and do my best and hopefully I win the job."

Henry reflected on why he chose Florida State more than a year ago.

"Florida State means a lot to me," Henry said. "They treated me with respect. The coaches treated me great, treated me like family, the teammates, all that. So I just can't wait to get down there.

"Weather is the same. Coaches really showed me that they care about me and that I am part of their family even when I was not committed. That was pretty big for me. Florida State, location, Tallahassee is a great city," Henry added. "I just can't wait to get down there."
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Keion Joyner now on the list

Havelock (N.C.) four-star linebacker Keion Joyner is now officially committed to Florida State.

Joyner pre-recorded a commitment video with ESPN, that ESPN mistakenly broadcasted in the press box immediately following the Under Armour Game. The video was officially released about an hour after the game's conclusion, via ESPN.com. It can be viewed here.

"For the next four years I'll be taking my talents to ... Florida State," Joyner said in the video. "Go 'Noles."

Joyner chose the Seminoles over LSU and others.

FSU defensive ends and outside linebackers coach Brad Lawing was pivotal in his recruitment.

"The coaching chemistry that me and Coach Lawing had," Joyner said. "The fact that he was just checking out my grades. He just wanted to stay on top of things. The fact of that.

"Then the loyalty that he had going from Florida to Florida State," Joyner added.

Lawing began his coaching career at Havelock.

Joyner spoke about his trials and tribulations, as well as his recruitment, with Noles247.com upon arriving at the Under Armour All-America Game. That story can be read here.

Joyner has yet to visit FSU. He is expected to take an official visit in January.

Joyner is the No. 211 prospect overall and No. 14 outside linebacker in the 247Sports.com Composite.

He is the 18th pledge for FSU in 2016. The complete commitment list can be viewed here.
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With addition of Joyner, FSU's class ranked No. 2

Florida State landed a four-star pledge at a much needed position on Saturday when Havelock (N.C.) four-star linebacker Keion Joyner went public with his commitment to the Seminoles.

Joyner, who is ranked No. 211 overall and as the No. 14 outside linebacker by the 247Sports.com Composite, moved FSU's class up from No. 6 to No. 2 in the 247Sports.com Composite Team Recruiting Rankings.

FSU is still in play to fill roughly six more spots in their 2016 class.
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Army All-American Game: What we want to see

All-American games are in full swing and will wrap up this week with the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Check-in begins on Sunday, the first practice will be held on Monday and run through the week. The game itself will be held on Saturday, January 9th, in San Antonio, Texas at the Alamodome.

Florida State will be well represented once again. Four commitments will participate in the game (Josh Ball, Janarius Robinson, Josh Brown and Jamel Cook) as well as multiple targets.

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247Sports.com will be on-hand the entire week reporting on all the action and insider scoop. Here’s a rundown of what we’re looking forward to seeing during the week of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl:

Top targets in action: Two positions where Florida State needs to close strong at is cornerback and defensive end. Two of their top targets on the board are participating in the game. Four-star cornerback Trayvon Mullen and four-star weak-side defensive end Brian Burns. Mullen, a lanky and quick defensive back who will compete for top honors at his position, officially visited FSU in early December and by all reports it went well. FSU and LSU are the top contenders there. Burns has yet to officially visit FSU but is supposed to see them in January. Most believe Florida leads for the long, lanky and quick edge-rusher.

A special talent in the middle: Another top target playing in the game is four-star defensive tackle Raekwon Davis. The Mississippi product who is committed to Alabama has been a top target for Florida State recruiting coordinator Tim Brewster throughout the process. We expect the 6-foot-7, 315-pound monstrosity to display his dominant physical ability in this setting and show why FSU values him so much as a potential defensive tackle. Davis will likely also confirm visit plans for January during this week.

Good friends recruiting for the ‘Noles: Four-star defenders Josh Brown and Janarius Robinson are both solidly committed to the Seminoles and set to enroll next week, when they will become roommates in Tallahassee. Before making that move, the duo is participating in the Army All-America Game. Both players have the personalities that make it easy for them to speak with their peers, so don’t be surprised to hear about them making a pitch for other stellar players to join them in Tallahassee.


Corner or safety: Four-star defensive back Jamel Cook will be playing in the East secondary. The biggest question is where will he be lining up. The FSU commitment believes he is capable of handling cornerback, and may make a push to play that position in San Antonio. Long-term though, Cook’s value is probably the best at the safety spot. While Cook is generally considered a solid pledge to the Seminoles, he will likely unveil some official visits scheduled elsewhere this week with Miami and South Carolina being two potential contenders.

Moving on up: Josh Ball is physically impressive at 6-foot-7 and around 300 pounds. He is long, athletic, and does an effective job using his hands. 247Sports.com recognizes his ability, ranking him as a Top 100 prospect and the No. 11 offensive tackle, but some in the recruiting industry have been slow on recognizing Ball’s potential, as reflected by his 247Sports.com Composite ranking being just outside the Top 200 and as the No. 22 offensive tackle. This week in San Antonio, the solid FSU pledge is afforded the opportunity to impress those that need to take a second look.

The Dakota Trenchman: When you think recruiting, you don’t think about South Dakota. But Matt Farniok, and the Farniok family that includes two brothers that have already played in college and a younger brother who will also have a shot, has helped to put the Mount Rushmore State on the map for football recruiting in recent years. Farniok is a relative unknown nationally, but has some heavy hitters after him including Florida State, Iowa, Michigan State and Nebraska. He will be competing against the best players he has ever seen in San Antonio. It will be interesting to see how he does and the potential he flashes.
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Mullen Trims List To Five

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Cornerback Trayvon Mullen (Coconut Creek, Fla.) said he's trimmed his list down to five finalists: LSU, TCU, Clemson, Louisville and Florida State.

Mullen has officially visited TCU, Florida State and Louisville.

He will still officially visit Clemson January 16 and he's moved his LSU official visit to January 23.

Mullen still plans to announce his college choice on National Signing Day.

The Crystal Ball reads 52-percent for LSU, 35-percent for Florida State, three-percent for Clemson, three-percent for Alabama and three-percent foggy.

"Everything still stands the same," Mullen said. "After the last two visits I'll start narrowing things down. They are all coming after me every day and recruiting me hard now since it's getting close."

Mullen said TCU, Clemson, LSU and Florida State came by in December for in-home visits.

Mullen broke down his thoughts on his five finalists.

LSU: "Just everybody. All the coaches and all the people. They are just excited to have you around. To help you get better and get to a better place."

TCU: "Just the opportunity to come in and play right away. I like the conference. They throw the ball a lot so there's an opportunity to make a lot of players. Just the opportunity."

Clemson: "I grew up liking them. I like those dudes. They are good people. I just like talking to them. They talk to about real stuff, life goals and after football. Not just about football. They told me Mackensie Alexander and Jayron Kearse are leaving so if I do decide to go there I could be an impact player. I kind of figured it already. They are the kind of players that are three and out."

Florida State: "Just the people and the atmosphere. I like the atmosphere. I feel I can come in right away and be an impact player. Help them get to the goal they want to be."

Louisville: "I just feel I can be an outstanding player there with coach T Buck (Terrell Buckley). It's a bigger place. I feel I can help turn the school around and do something big."

The four-star recruit is ranked as the nation's No. 3 cornerback and the No. 5 prospect in Florida in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.
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