6-2 208 Senior
James was FNF Florida’s No. 1 Class
of 2015 prospect last year and he has
worked to make himself more valuable and
versatile going into his senior year.
6-3 255 Senior
Some websites have Cowart as the No. 1
prospect nationally. As he continues to
refine those raw skills, expect a major
jump in production.
DESEFFNER ARM WOOD 6-3 248 Senior
Jefferson is a bull off the line that has the
versatility to play with his hand on the
ground or as a stand-up linebacker in a
3-4. The sky is the limit for him.
DEBAKER COUN T Y
6-2 300 Senior
Norton is a tough, physical prospect that
could play on the offensive side of the ball,
but we like him as a run-stuffing anchor in
the middle of the defensive line.
DTJAX TRINI T Y CHRIS TIAN 6-3 314 Senior
This Miami commitment has been quiet
during spring football but come fall you
better believe that will change rapidly.
DTBRADEN TON MANATEE
6-2 215 Senior
Kilby-Lane is a playmaking prospect that
can lay the big hit in the middle of field
or chase down offensive players from
LBHALLANDALE 6-1 224 Senior
Few programs have produced more
linebackers over the past 10 years than
First Coast, and Pittman could be as good
as any of those that have come before him.
LBJACKSONVILLE FIRST COAS T
6-1 232 Junior
It takes a special player to make the first
team as a junior and Quarterman has
shown the type of playmaking skills that
come from a future standout.
LBORANGE PARK OAKLEAF
6-2 188 Senior
Toliver is top-level mix of smooth and
physical in the secondary. Many say this
LSU commit reminds them of former Tiger
CBJAX TRINIT Y CHRIS TIAN 6-0 162 Senior
Cole jumps at the opportunity to guard a
top receiver in any game situation or camp
because he’s confident he’s the best at
6-3 192 Senior
McFadden has shown he can get the job
done at safety or cornerback and that
versatility makes him one of the most
sought-after prospects in the nation.
SPLAN TATION AMERICAN HERITAGE
6-4 187 Senior
Although Campbell will have plenty of
opportunities to play offense, this long-armed young man could make a major
name for himself in the secondary.
ATH TARPON SPRINGS EAS T LAKE
DE MarlonGonzalez 6-4 255 Sr.
Cape Coral Island Coast
DE JasonStrowbridge 6-3 247 Sr.
DT Andrew Ivie 6-2 2785 Sr.
Dade City Pasco
DT Cedric Wood 6-2 291 Jr.
LB JefferyHolland 6-1 233 Sr.
Jax Trinity Christian
LB Cecil Cherry 6-1 224 Sr.
Lakeland Victory Christian
LB Tevon Coney 6-0 221 Sr.
Palm Beach Gardens
DB Jamel Deen 6-1 180 Sr.
DB Ben Ed wards 6-0 193 Sr.
Jax Trinity Christian
DB Marcus Walker 6-1 183 Sr.
DB Shawn Burgess-Becker 6-0 195 Sr.
Coconut Creek Monarch
ATH Torrance Gibson 6-4 200 Sr.
Plantation American Heritage
DE Rueben Jones 6-4 225 Sr.
Lakeland Lake Gibson
DE Marques Ford 6-3 222 Sr.
Gibsonton East Bay
D T Kyle Henderson 6-2 270 Sr.
DT JarredMcGahee 6-0 266 Sr.
LB De’AmontaeJackson 6-0 244 Sr.
LB CharlesPerry 6-1 205 Sr.
Royal Palm Beach
LB Danny Thomas 6-2 215 Sr.
DB Kaleel Gaines 6-0 175 Sr.
DB Kendrell McFadden 6-1 190 Sr.
DB Jaquan Johnson 5-10 179 Sr.
DB Ronnie Harrison 6-2 200 Sr.
Tallahassee Florida High
A TH D’Anfernee McGriff 6-2 225 Sr.
Team Florida DEFENSE