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Florida’s Top 100 Seniors
57 Tajee Fullwood Tampa Bay Tech
ATH 6-2 185
71 Darrion Owens Oakleaf
Whether you put the talented Fullwood at wide receiver or defensive back there isn’t much
he can’t do. He will only get better as the year goes on.
Owens has the height and the length to easily knock down passes, but he can also come up
to the line and play the run like a linebacker.
58 Trey Congdon Lake Gibson
72 Dwight Reynolds Charlotte
Congdon is an experienced thrower heading into his fourth year as a starter. He can play in
the spread or under center to give Lake Gibson a major advantage.
In terms of physical talents there might not be a better cornerback in the class, but now
Reynolds has to show it on the field.
59 Quincy Wilson University School
73 Tyree Owens Oviedo
Wilson will spend time playing at safety and cornerback because he’s one of the most
athletic and physical prospects at his position.
A scheme versatile defensive lineman that could eventually grow into an interior guy or
develop into a run-stopping defensive end.
60 Ryeshene Bronson Dunbar
Bronson has the size and skills to be as good as anyone and once he learns how to take
over a game he could be special.
Nelson is another small-school standout that should emerge as a solid performer at the
next level. He is a big, strong athlete that plays with a lot of smarts.
61 Reilly Gibbons St. Pete Catholic
Gibbons is just in his second year on the offensive line, but the former tight end looks like
he’s been doing it for years.
Everyone is hoping McCrary is fully healthy after an injury-plagued junior season affected
his production and development. Still, McCrary has tons of potential.
62 D.J. Gillins Ribault
76 Nigel Patten Booker T. Washington
Gillins continues to prove that he can make nearly any throw on the football field and can
do it with accuracy and timing.
Don’t let the size fool you, Patten is more than willing to get right in a wide receiver’s face
and disrupt his game. Toughness and speed are his strengths.
63 Benjamin Knox Deland
77 Chase Litton Wharton
When Knox finishes filling out he will be a long-armed left tackle that should be able to
smother any pass rusher that challenges him.
This spring Litton showed a lot of people that he has the moxie to go along with his talent.
He should be much improved in 2013.
64 Rashawn Shaw Fort Pierce Central
78 Joshua Hicks Palmetto
Shaw is a great pass rusher that is continuing to improve his skills against the run. As he
gets bigger and stronger he will do both equally well.
A three-year starter at Palmetto, Hicks gets to the line in a hurry and is always breaking off
solid gains with each carry.
65 T. J. Harrell Tampa Catholic
79 Moral Stephens Taylor County
Harrell is one of the bigger running backs in this class, but he combines that power with
more speed than most people expect to see.
Stephens is already a great possession receiver and one of the best blocking receivers in
his class. When he fills out expect to see the makings of a top tight end.
66 Jeff Williams Lincoln
80 Kendall Sawyer East Lee County
Year-in and year-out, Lincoln continues to produce solid prospects like Williams, who has
plenty of experience and playmaking ability.
Sawyer has the speed and the quickness that allows him to match up well with any other
receiver in the state. He is a major sleeper prospect.
67 Amani Oruwariye Gaither
81 Treon Harris Booker T. Washington
As the game shifts toward taller cornerbacks there are prospects like Oruwariye that have
risen on the recruiting boards of many programs.
A smart, experienced signal-caller that gets the job done. This talented son of head coach
Tim “Ice” Harris has a bright future.
68 Nick Linder St. Thomas Aquinas
82 Tony James Gainesville
Linder has the same genes as his older brother, Brandon, who is starting at Miami. In the
past year, he has also shown he has a lot of his brother’s skill set.
After a year of backing up Raphael Webb, it’s time for James to show the state exactly what
he can do as a No. 1 back.
69 Travaris Dorsey Raines
Dorsey is the type of run-blocking lineman that just wants to plow right over the first defender and get his hands on a second one.
83 Gary Brown Alonso
Brown is a grinder. He is a kid that will flourish as a run blocker at the next level as he
continues to develop his punch and his strength.
70 Charles Nelson Seabreeze
ATH 5-8 185
If Nelson is even with a defender, he’s leaving him behind. He is a dynamic talent out of the
backfield, in the slot or on the return team.
84 Travis Rudolph Cardinal Newman
Rudolph’s hands are the key to his success. He catches everything near him and is starting
to show some breakaway speed as well.