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 7 years ago '04        #7001
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Class of 2010 Overview: Size Matters
Feb. 4, 2010

By: Nate Adelson





Cornerbacks must have good size to play at Miami and Devont'a Davis (6-2) was an example of this in the 2010 recruiting class.
Take a look at the list that contains each and every one of the 28 recruits that signed with Miami yesterday.

Something that nearly all of them have in common is size, but beyond size in general, is height. After all, it is very rare for a recruit’s height to change much in college but very common for their weight to change a lot.

As a matter of fact, every single signee measured in at 5’11” or taller.

The first look will be at the signees in the offensive backfield which were QB Stephen Morris (6-2), RB Storm Johnson (5-11), RB Eduardo Clements (5-11), RB Darion Hall (5-11), and RB Maurice Hagens (5-11). Miami was certainly looking for backs that are taller so it is easier for them to carry 200 pounds or more.

Then look at the pass catching signees which were WR Allen Hurns (6-2), TE Chase Ford (6-5), TE Asante Cleveland (6-5), TE Andrew Tallman (6-5), and TE Clive Walford (6-5).

Miami was certainly looking to bring in guys who create mismatches in the passing game. Also by taking so many tall tight ends, he potential remains for them to grow into athletic offensive tackles if they were to put on too much weight.

Next up are the offensive line signees which were Malcolm Bunche (6-6), Shane McDermott (6-3), Brandon Linder (6-5), Jonathan Feliciano (6-4), and Jermaine Barton (6-5). Miami definitely aimed to bring in taller but skinnier offensive tackle prospects who just need to add weight on to the athleticism they already possess.

On to the defensive line signees which were DE David Perry (6-5), DT Tavadis Glenn (6-5), DT Delmar Taylor (6-4), and DT Jeffery Brown (6-2). Miami has some excellent athletes in this group and again, a recurring theme appears of height already present while still looking to add weight.

Continuing on to the linebacker signees which were Tyrone Cornileus (6-2), Travis Williams (6-2), Kevin Nelson (6-0), Kelvin Cain (6-3), and James Gaines (6-3). The outside backers are built more like safeties but they also have speed like a safety. The inside man, Kevin Nelson, is a little shorter but is more stocky than the rest of the group.

Last on the list are the signees in the secondary which were CB Keion Payne (5-11), CB Kacy Rodgers (6-2), CB Jeremy Davis (5-11), and Devont’a Davis (6-1).

Just how Miami wants taller receivers on offense, they are hoping that their height in the defensive backfield will negate that advantage from opposing offenses. They want to make sure that the receivers can’t simply win jump ball situations on a consistent basis.

Further evidence of Miami leaning towards taller players are some other talented prospects that they may have passed over, at least in part due to a lack of height.

The most prominent name is Northwestern defensive tackle Todd Chandler who stands about 6’0”. He has proven to be a productive player for the past three seasons and he certainly wanted to be at Miami, but he wasn’t the ideal size that Miami was looking for.

Columbus running back Jakhari Gore is another prominent example of someone who produced at a high rate for four years and also had high interest in Miami, but the Canes were simply looking for taller backs with frames to carry more weight.

Central quarterback Jeff Godfrey falls in the same category, and so does St. Thomas Aquinas cornerback Cody Riggs. All are talented, productive prospects going to division one schools, but Miami shied away from all four because of height concerns.
 7 years ago '04        #7002
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 P. Dedos said:
Lmaooooo @ pimp Collier


everybody always hating on my dude pimp dayam!
thats not hating that n*gga needs to step his work ethic up.


he's good now..but if he wasnt lazy and put in work, he might actually be even better.
 7 years ago '06        #7003
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 Cap Peeler said:
Shannon better step his s**t up and offer to James Wilder Jr and Kelvin Benjamin !!!!!!!
they already have offers
 7 years ago '04        #7004
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James Gaines destroying a fool :wow::wow::wow: I don't give a f**k if he came out Canada this was a great f**king play holla at ya boy showing it how it's done.


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 7 years ago '05        #7005
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word on the street is seantrel still has not signed his LOI for usc...hes waiting for them to go to the ncaa infractions committe or w/e to see what the outcome is...depending on how that goes if they go on probation/death penalty...hes stated that he will likely to sign with miami...lets hope shannon doesnt pull his scholly..apparently he was so close to signing with the canes...that he even told his coaches he was going to miami just before he announced usc
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EDIT: ohhh shyt i didnt even notice my homie cap peeler posted it already


ooooo weeeee


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 02-05-2010, 08:56 PM         #7007
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Then why did Seantrel say in the interview that ohio state came in 2nd..?
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 Cap Peeler said:
James Gaines destroying a fool :wow::wow::wow: I don't give a f**k if he came out Canada this was a great f**king play holla at ya boy showing it how it's done.


By the way, this kid is only 16 :wow::wow:
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so since we have nobody with experiance returning next year... yall think this kid is gonna become the starter? sucks that he couldnt get in the spring



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2011 Miami-Dade Pre-Spring Top 40

2011 Miami-Dade Pre-Spring Top 40
MIAMI-DADE
1. Teddy Bridgewater, QB, 6-3, 180, Northwestern: Whether it’s as a quarterback, receiver or in the defensive secondary, this is the athlete you want on your side. Hasn’t even come close to reaching his total potential.

2. Denzel Perryman, LB, 5-11, 200, Coral Gables: A gifted playmaker who has been getting it done since his freshman season. Even former Cavalier Jon Vilma is impressed at what this gifted athlete can do to lift a team.

3. Tacoi Sumler, WR, 5-8, 170, Christopher Columbus: Having watched his progress over the past two years, this is a quick, athletic football player who can dictate the outcome of a game from both sides of the ball as well as special teams.

4. Miles Pace, LB, 6-1, 235, Central: Having watched this quality football player compete since his freshman year at American, there is little doubt that he will continue to make a solid contribution. Could end of on the defensive line at the next level.

5. Jerron Seymour, RB, 5-7, 190, Hialeah: Here is a gifted runner who has gotten it done at every little since his youth football days. Not only has the strength and power to run inside, but has the speed to bounce plays outside and take it the distance.

6. Jabari Gorman, S, 6-0, 180, Monsignor Pace: Was easily one of the best football players in Miami-Dade County a year ago. Another quick, athletic talent who can get it done in so many ways. He is not finished maturing as a football player, either!

7. Gerrod Holliman, S, 6-1, 175, Southridge: One of the most physical football players in this class. There is no doubt that here is a throwback to the way the Spartans used to churn out their prospects. Will be state rated and nationally recruited.

8. Charles Gaines Jr., WR, 5-9, 170, Central: Has been the radar screen for two years now. Tremendous route runner who has great hands and impressive speed. Will step into the No. 1 position for the talented Rockets next season.

9. Craig Wilkins, WR, 5-10, 170, Hialeah: Another of those impressive athletes who can get it done on both sides of the ball. Superb hands with great speed and game-breaking abilities. College coaches have been watching this quality player very closely.

10. Elkino Watson, DT, 6-2, 255, Booker T. Washington: Burst onto the scene early last year after a productive spring and summer. Was one of our players to watch before his junior season, and has only watched his stock rise. Big time potential as a run stopper and pass rusher.

11. Ricardo Williams, DE, 6-5, 210, Homestead: Another of the big time prospects the Broncos continue to churn out each season. A tremendous pass rusher who is just coming into his own as an every down player. His potential is simply unbelievable.

12. Keith Baxter, DB, 6-0, 175, Homestead: Whether he did it as a corner back or a physical safety, this is one of the most impressive players on a team loaded with talent. Great speed and excellent cover skills make him a player that everyone will continue to watch.

13. Robenson Therezie, Athlete, 5-11, 180, Jackson: Along with Tacoi Sumler, here is perhaps one of South Florida’s most complete athletes who has proven the past two seasons that he can make it happen on both sides of the ball as well as become a force as a return specialist.

14. Rakeem Cato, QB, 6-0, 175, Central: Miami-Dade County’s leading passer may have switched schools, but nothing has changed from the way he plays the game. A tremendous arm along with leadership skills to open up an offensive attack.

15. Anthony Rabasa, DE, 6-2, 210, Christopher Columbus: The only question remains about this gifted athlete is will he be a better outside linebacker than a defensive end? A player who has been making things happen for the Explorers the past two years, look for him to move around more this year.

16. Eli Rogers, WR, 5-11, 175, Northwestern: Make no mistake that when it comes to being the most technically sound pass catchers, there may not be anyone better. A great route runner who has tremendous hands and a very impressive burst of speed. Will certainly climb the ladder.

17. Andrew Johnson, DB, 5-10, 170, Southridge: Was one of the best defensive back prospects last year because of his athletic ability and knowledge of the game. Was a player who changed the outcome of games during an impressive year.

18. Jovani McCray, QB, 6-0, 175, South Dade: For those who watched all the junior quarterbacks perform last year, there was no way that this wasn’t one of the best technically, leadership wise and arm strength. He will emerge as one of the elite quarterbacks in the state. He is worth watching live to appreciate what he does for a team.

19. Ritchy Desir, Athlete, 5-10, 170, North Miami Beach: Ever since he was a freshman, head coach Jeff Bertani maintained that this may be one of the best all-around football players he has coached. Whether it was at quarterback, receiver or in the defensive secondary, this is an impact prospect with speed and enormous athletic ability.

20. Dwight Jackson, Jr., DE, 6-1, 200, Central: Yet another player we have had the pleasure of watching mature since he was in the 9th grade. Tremendous quickness and has impressive cover skills from starting out as a linebacker. If he continues to grow, he will play this position at the next level. If not, he could move back to linebacker.

21. Dontae West, DB, 5-9, 175, Hialeah: Here is the next great football talent that head coach Marc Berman has rolled out. After a solid junior season, this gifted defensive secondary standout has improved with a great weight room and conditioning routine.

22. Jonas Clark, DB, 6-1, 170, Booker T. Washington: Yet another player from a program that has had its share of defensive secondary standouts. His cover skills are impressive but the way he comes up to become a run stopper is something that colleges have been bowled over by. Great talent that is only getting better.

23. Lyndon Edwards, LB, 6-0, 195, Northwestern: Another two year prospect who has gotten better and better. A tremendous run stopper, who has the quickness to drop back in pass coverage. One of the best linebackers in a region filled with quality athletes.

24. Devonta Freeman, RB, 5-9, 185, Central: Having watched this talent play since his youth days, following him to Edison and then to play for the Rockets last year, there is no doubt that he has the athletic ability to emerge into one of the best backs in the state. His power, speed and knowledge of the position have elevated him in a hurry!

25. Marquis Lucas, OL, 6-2, 310, Central: Yet another line prospect that the Rockets have been grooming over the past two years. Quick feet, impressive strength and the ability to dominate up front are what colleges have been seeing over the past year.

26. Tommy Shuler, WR, 5-8, 165, Central: One of the fastest, most elusive and top game breakers in the class. Was singled out for his impressive play and ability to take over a game last while catching passes from Cato at Miami Springs.

27. Ricardo Louis, QB, 6-1, 180, Miami Beach: This past class it was Delmar Taylor, but over the next few months, this quick, athletic and impressive athlete will be a surprise to nobody. Colleges are already aware of what this gifted football player can do. Watch him once and you will be sold at what he is capable of doing.

28. Pierre Maignan, OL, 6-5, 245, Norland: An emerging prospect who maty be as athletic as any “big man” in the region this coming year. His quickness and ability to use his size to an advantage, look for this prospect to continue making major strides in the recruiting process.

29. Carlos Carvajal, TE, 6-6, 210, Hialeah: Having followed this quality prospect since the end of his 10th grade year, we have watched an athlete who started out as a receiver and moved to tight end. Has tremendous quickness and has a gift of knowing out to catch balls.

30. Cedric Walker, DB, 5-9, 175, Gulliver Prep: Three years at the varsity level, and this impressive two-way player continues to get better and proves that he belongs with the best around. His speed and experience has given him a huge edge.

31. Brandon Bradley, LB, 5-10, 185, Christopher Columbus: The legacy to the Gore family continues with this hard-hitting, impressive football talent who has speed, plenty of athletic ability and a knack of being around the ball. Has started at the varsity level for two straight years and now will take a leadership role.

32. Jimmy Jean, DB, 6-3, 220, South Dade: Another talent that many have overlooked, but if you talk to anyone who has lined up against him or had to coach against him, they will all agree that his quickness, long arm span and first step overwhelm just about anyone one the offensive line.

33. Jorge Sanz, LB, 5-11, 200, Gulliver Prep: One of the hardest workers who has developed leadership skills and a knowledge of how to read offenses. Has impressive foot speed and his strength is as good as you get. Having watched Frankie Telfort and Ralph Williams play, this is an athlete who has learned fast!

34. Ladell Pleasure, LB, 6-1, 210, Miami Springs: Yet another prospect we have watched for three years. While he does nothing flashy, the end result is his ability to read and anticipate as well as anyone. He makes plays from sideline to sideline and has been singled out by opponents as one of the toughest to play against.

35. Dedric Dukes, Athlete, 5-9, 165, MacArthur North: From Booker T. Washington to St. Thomas Aquinas, briefly, to where he is now, this is a speedy, athletic player who has been dominating and making plays since he began. His speed may be as impressive as any athlete in South Florida.

36. Mike Roland, OL, 6-4, 255, Coral Gables: A two-year performer who has proven to be a very athletic and quick player up front. Became a very good pass blocker after showing his agility, opening holes for a productive running game.


37. Nick Menocal, OLB, 6-3, 230, Belen Jesuit: Having watched him first on the baseball field, we saw someone with great power and physical ability. On the football field, his strength and athletic ability showcased a player who turned out to be quite a prospect. Will only get better on the football field, which has several colleges very excited.

38. Ruben Carter, DT, 6-4, 255, Jackson: One of the most imposing players on a team that certainly had enough of them. Watched him play four times and was impressed by his strength and overall football skill level. While he has things to work on, he is still a player that colleges are very interested in.

39. Jermaine Reve, S, 6-0, 185, Northwestern: Already a fixture for the Bulls the past two years, this hard-hitting athlete has impressed with his ability to make plays all over the field. Was talked about as far back as the ninth grade. Colleges are well aware of what he can do for a football program.

40. Demetrius Allen, LB, 5-11, 195, Northwestern: Another player that the Bulls have showcased the past two years, his speed, athletic ability and knowledge of the game have helped to elevate him into a position where everyone knows about this quality talent.
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2011 Broward Pre-Spring Top 40
BROWARD



BROWARD

1. Wayne Lyons, S, 6-0, 190, Dillard: Having watched this impressive athlete the past two years, you get a greater appreciation for the way he plays the game. He is quick, hard hitting and very smart. Has one of the highest grade point averages for any football player in Broward County.

2. Bryant “B.J.” Dubose, DE, 6-5, 220, Northeast: This former basketball player has now made the solid transition to the football field where his quickness and athletic ability began to take over for the Hurricanes. As he continues to learn, he will only get better.

3. Kent Turene, LB, 6-2, 225, Boyd Anderson: One of the top prospects a year ago, this is yet another tremendous football player that the Cobras seem to roll out each year. Tremendous run stopper who has the ability to drop into pass coverage as well.

4. Kevin Grooms, RB/DB, 5-10, 170, South Broward: Ever since he was a youngster, competing for Dania and Northeast Hollywood Optimist, this is tremendous athlete who everyone kept an eye on. As great a runner as he is, this gifted football talent is equally as impressive on the defensive side of the ball.

5. Phillip Dorsett, WR, 5-10, 170, St. Thomas Aquinas: Another youth football star at Washington Park (Hollywood) and Lauderdale Lakes who has developed into one of the nation’s elite prospects. Not only does he have the speed and athletic ability, but his football skills are as good as you get at this level!

6. Jerrard Randall, QB, 6-1, 190, Chaminade-Madonna: Ever since watching him as a freshman and as a sophomore at Miami Norland High, this gifted athlete has gotten better, matured as a player and put himself into a position as being one of the best prospects in the state. While he gave baseball up last year, look for him to return to the diamond this spring with a tremendous amount of ability.

7. Nick North, S, 6-1, 190, McArthur: Easily one of Broward’s best secrets, here is a top prospect with speed, athletic ability and the knack of coming up with big hits as well as making a difference as a defender. This is one of the prospects who has a chance to leap into the national picture.

8. Rashard Green, WR, 6-0, 175, St. Thomas Aquinas: Since coming in from Georgia last year, there isn’t anything that this gifted football talent has impressed the coaching staff and opposition with. He is a quality receiver with great speed and game-breaking ability on special teams.

9. Robbie Anderson, WR, 6-2, 175, South Plantation: Another athlete who began to emerge as a 10th grader, but truly showcased his skills as a junior. The coaching staff had talked about his potential since the start of the 2009 season, and by the end of the year, he began to reach it.

10. Bobby Hart, OL/DL, 6-3, 265, St. Thomas Aquinas: After competing at Cardinal Gibbons the past few years, this impressive athlete makes a move down the road. A two-year varsity performer who has played basketball and wrestled, which has given him an opportunity to grow as an all-around athlete. Continues to get better, and colleges have been watching for over a year now!

11. Marcus Roberson, DB, 6-0, 170, St. Thomas Aquinas: Don’t look now, but there is yet another quality defensive back that the Raiders have on the roster. One that had a tremendous junior season with huge plays and being around the ball at all times. Big time potential.

12. Jeremy Cash, S, 6-2, 190, Plantation: Ever since his sophomore year at Miami’s Ransom Everglades, here is a quality football talent who will hit you all over the field. One of the most intense football players in the Class of 2011, and while he has done some great things, the best is yet to come.

13. Dwayne Montgomery, OL, 6-4, 255, Dillard: One of the most athletic “big men” in Broward County, this is a player who got it done all season for a team that was going through a transition. His quick feet and impressive strength has opened the doors for college coaches who have been looking his direction over the past year.

14. Ryan Shazier, DE, 6-1, 200, Plantation: When it comes to making plays and being around the football on every play, there may not be a player like him in South Florida. His first step overwhelms most offensive linemen, and his knack of playing the run as well as the pass gives him a major advantage.

15. Khambrel Garland, DB, 5-11, 170, St. Thomas Aquinas: The Raiders newest defensive secondary standout comes over from Deerfield Beach, where he was flat-out impressive. His speed and quick reaction are just part of what makes him special. His cover skills and run-stopping ability are also impressive.

16. Shawn Ward, DE, 6-1, 235, Boyd Anderson: Yet another top-flight football talent who has speed, strength and quickness, usually overmatching the competition. One of the most physical players on a team loaded with athletes. Has the opportunity to be among the most dominating players around.

17. Patrick Williams, DL, 6-1, 235, University School: Whether it was in Orlando or over the past year for the Suns, this is officially the best kept Division 1 secret in the state of Florida. A dominating football player who completely controls the line of scrimmage. His quickness and strength overwhelm any offensive lineman he goes against. Has also played on the offensive line and lined up at fullback.

18. Jake Rudock, QB, 6-3, 180, St. Thomas Aquinas: Quietly stepped in last season as a junior and gave the Raiders quite a ride. A tremendous athlete who grasped the offense and kept the team right in the national title hunt throughout the season. His leadership and overall athletic ability will give him a huge advantage. Also plays baseball.

19. Kenneth Hankerson, LB, 5-11, 205, St. Thomas Aquinas: This three-year varsity performer has played everything from defensive end to linebacker. If you are looking for someone who makes plays and gets results, you need look no further. This is a complete talent.

20. Cedric Thompson, RB, 6-0, 185, Everglades: Talk about a player who has flown under the radar screen, there may not be a better all-around back this coming season in Broward County. A fast, elusive runner who shows plenty of power. This is one of those players who colleges have already shown interest in. Follows in the footsteps of his brother who is at Kansas State.

21. Orville Reynolds, RB, 5-8, 175, Douglas: After coming over from Cardinal Gibbons last year, this elusive, quick runner left a mark on 6A football with the Eagles. His quickness and vision make him a back who continues to get better every time he touches the ball.

22. Tevin Westbrook, DE, 6-5, 240, Pine Crest: One of the many quality players this program currently has on the roster. Having watched him last summer, we saw a raw player that used his overall athletic ability and tremendous footwork to attract attention. He is also one of the top basketball prospects in South Florida.

23. Harmon Brown, DB, 5-8, 165, Boyd Anderson: One of the top cover cornerbacks around, here is someone who uses his speed and ability to read offenses to play the game as well as anyone. He has a passion for the game and it shows on the field.

24. Tim Burton, DB, 5-8, 165, Cardinal Gibbons: Yet another football player who has gotten it done since his youth football days in Hallandale. Plenty of athletic ability and cover skills who changes the game with his impressive speed.

25. Wilkin Brutus, DL, 6-3, 220, Blanche Ely: If you watched the Tigers play last year, this is one of the athletes who stood out immediately. His size, quickness and ability to get into the offensive backfield are parts of his game that you simply cannot ignore. He is a player to keep an eye on.

26. Jesse York, WR, 5-11, 175, Boyd Anderson: One of the top pass catchers coming back, this is one of the players with as much potential as anyone who plays this position. Has speed, tremendous leaping ability and a knack of coming up with big catches. He will continue to improve as he gets stronger.

27. Jonathan Aiken, DB, 5-10, 175, Chaminade Madonna: Out of last year’s success for the Lions came this physical defensive secondary standout who not only can cover, but also impress you with his strength and ability to make plays. Will emerge as one of the best for the 2010 season.

28. Courtney Hall, DB, 5-11, 170, Blanche Ely: In an area loaded with players who have potential, here is one of the athletes we watched several times last year and came away impressed. A very impressive football player who has speed and a knack of being able to cover the best around.

29. Allen Ramsey, DB, 6-0, 155, Dillard: Following this quality athlete for the past two years, here is a player that coaches have singled out for his athletic ability in the secondary. Tremendous cover skills as well as playing the run. Is going to get bigger and more physical.

30. Curtric Evans, WR, 5-9, 175, Chaminade-Madonna: From his days as a running back in the Northeast Hollywood Optimist to South Broward to playing a key role for the Lions last year, here is a quick, athletic football player who is dangerous after catching the ball, showcasing his speed.

31. Otis Wright, RB, 5-11, 175, Dillard: One of the most elusive and bigger backs in the class. Another prospect who combines speed and football skills to make him a football talent worth keeping an eye on. Has the chance to make a major impact for the Panthers.

32. Scott Boyett, OL, 6-5, 280, South Broward: After playing his first full season in Florida after coming in from Montana, this impressive prospect continues to get stronger and learn technique. Has a great chance to climb the recruiting ladder with a solid off season.

33. Immoni Carswell, QB, 6-2, 170, Plantation: From the time he stepped onto the field as a youth football player in Hallandale, this impressive athlete was destined to become a star. After starting out at Hallandale High, he made the move to Plantation two years ago and continues to improve and watch his stock rise.

34. Rex Graham, DE, 6-1, 190, West Broward: After turning heads as one of the sack and tackle leaders in Miami-Dade County at Dr. Michael Krop High, he now changes schools with a chance to be one of the best in Broward County. This off season will tell a lot about a player who is strong and very quick.

35. A.J. Sebastiano, WR, 6-1, 185, North Broward Prep: While he may not be the fastest receivers around, there may not be a player who knows how to play the position, run routes and make himself a force in the game than this quality talent. May be the one of the best route runners in South Florida.

36. Kurt Joseph, LB, 5-11, 215, South Plantation: After watching him over the past two years, here is definitely a player who has flown way beneath the radar screen. A very strong, talented athlete who has plenty of athletic ability. Could end up being among the top prospects in Broward County by the start of the 2010 season!

37. Russell Haughton-James, OL, 6-3, 270, Western: After starting his career at North Broward Prep, this quality "big man" made the move last year and was one of the players who helped the Wildcats turn the corner. Great feet, tremendous size and has proven to be a very quick learner.

38. Lebert Barrett, OL, 6-3, 255, Plantation: Easily one of the most athletic line prospects in the class, here is a talented football player who continues to watch his stock rise. He has the chance to make a move upward with a solid off season.

39. Dinsdale Jackson, DT, 6-2, 250, Plantation American Heritage: After two consecutive years of turning out quality line prospects, the Patriots have yet another player who has proven that speed, athleticism and strength add up to something very positive.

40. Jared Maldanado, OL, 6-3, 300, Hollywood Hills: A two year starter for the Spartans, who was invited to the Army Junior Combine this winter. Tremendous strength, quickness and ability. Was one of the most well-rounded linemen on a team that showed tremendous improvement.
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 The Lefty said:
Then why did Seantrel say in the interview that ohio state came in 2nd..?
dunno who was saying ohio state...but basically it was always between usc and miami
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2011 class looks stacked. Randy needs to clean that area along with the steals he's been getting out of central and North Florida
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im a.ssuming that was vilma lmao...and pause at the dude changing
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Law's Dead Man

Lmao @ deon sounding real humble

never beat us and wishin he was recruited by the U


oooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


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 7 years ago '04        #7017
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Primetime know he wouldn't have gone to garbage trailerhassee if UM had recruited him
 7 years ago '05        #7018
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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lmao clinton portis acting a fool
 7 years ago '06        #7019
DEDOS 121 heat pts121
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the saga continues
 7 years ago '04        #7020
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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kid would be stupid not to go to Miami. At this moment, and yes i'm saying it, Miami's future looks better than USC's.
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