May 17, 2015

#WelcomeToTheTeam: UM welcomes members of 2015 class

It's a day that every college football player will forever cherish and remember -- their first with their program of choice.

UM welcomed 13 members of its 2015 recruiting class and one walk-on Sunday as they get set to begin the Summer A session at UM on Monday.

The newcomers join five other members of the class that enrolled early and arrived at UM for the spring semester. Those were safety Jaquan Johnson, defensive end Scott Patchan, linebacker Charles Perry, tight end Jerome Washington and lineman Jahair Jones.

Running back Mark Walton, expected to break into the backfield rotation as a freshman and eventually become the feature back of the offense, walking into the Schwartz Center in the morning.


Some of the larger newcomers -- offensive linemen Brendan Loftus (Tallahassee Godby), Hayden Mahoney (Malvern Prep in Pennsylvania), Tyler Gauthier (Venice), Tyree St. Louis (IMG Academy) and defensive tackle Ryan Fines (IMG) -- are seen in this short video:

Not included is offensive tackle Bar Milo, a teammate of starting quarterback Brad Kaaya in high school at West Hills (Cal.) Chaminade. He arrived later Sunday night.

Robert Knowles, the safety out of Edison, takes the cake as the incoming freshman with the best hair.


Knowles' teammates in the secondary but at corner, Sheldrick Redwine and Michael Jackson pictured here.

Sheldrick Redwine

Michael Jackson

The incoming freshmen got together with returning players, shaking hands and formally meeting their new teammates.

Here are the numbers the newcomers will wear:

4 - Mark Walton

20 - Robert Knowles

21 - Terrance Henley

22 - Sheldrick Redwine

28 - Michael Jackson

37 - James King

62 - Hayden Mahoney

74 - Tyler Gauthier

75 - Brendan Loftus

78 - Tyree St. Louis

79 - Bar Milo

80 - Richard McIntosh

94 - Ryan Fines

*UM also added linebacker John Tauber (48), a teammate of St. Louis, Patchan and Fines at IMG who will walk on to the team.

For a full album of all the new arrivals by, click here.

May 16, 2015

Prospects give Valdes solid foundation as he takes over at Coral Reef

It’s clear that coach Javier Valdes is the right man for the job at Coral Reef.

With two years of head coaching experience building Mater Academy’s program to the point of its first playoff appearance last season, Valdes takes over at Coral Reef, a program that has seen success in recent years but then fell on tough times with a 2-8 season in 2014.

A new coach, a new district (15-8A) and solid prospects in a talent-rich neighborhood in the south has football at the Reef back on the rise.

“The guys have already taken into the culture and the mentality that we’re trying to build and are working really hard,” Valdes says. “I feel like there’s a lot of talent here that was untapped, and I think if you give them the system, they buy in and they work their tail off, they start building championship habits. Good things are going to follow.”

--Harvey Clayton Jr., a 2016 athlete who already lists offers from Louisville, Temple and Alcorn State, tops the senior class for the Barracudas.


At 6-2, 185 pounds, he already has ideal size and ball skills to translate to a cornerback that could match up with possession receivers at the next level.

Offensively, he lines up at wide receiver and can go up and get a ball over a defender in single coverage – like he did at one point in the end zone in Saturday’s scrimmage.

“We’re expecting a lot of big things from him – not only as a leader on the field – but as a playmaker,” Valdes says. “I think Harvey gives us an X-factor any time we line up on Friday nights.”

N.C. State, Miami and Cincinnati have also shown interest recently.

--2017 linebacker/safety Colvin Alford received his first offer from Temple on Tuesday and has received interest from the likes of Nebraska, Florida, Miami, USF, N.C. State, FIU and FAU.

After watching him, it’s obvious why so many schools like him as he heads into the summer between his sophomore and junior years. At 6-0 and close to 200 pounds, Alford presents Coral Reef with versatility on defense both at linebacker and safety. He had an impressive interception on a poorly thrown ball at the scrimmage.


“Dynamic playmaker, he’s got a physical presence but he’s athletic enough to cover at safety or outside backer,” Valdes says. “He makes plays in the box, he makes plays all over the field. Eventually he’ll be making plays with the ball in his hands.

Alford lists Nebraska as an early front-runner once he gets an offer from the Corn Huskers.

--Brian Castro, a 2016 leader on the offensive line at 6-2, 250 was a beast on Saturday.

“Real smart football player and student,” Valdes says. “He plays physical and is the leader of the offensive line, brings the nastiness and is going to help our power run game.”

--Randy Shannon Jr. was out on the field playing middle linebacker and wearing his father’s old No. 22 that Randy Shannon wore as a Hurricane.

With his father now the defensive coordinator with the Florida Gators, one might assume he may end up at UF – if not through scholarship, as a preferred walk-on – but Valdes says the scholar athlete who brings “a calming presence” to the defense will likely go a separate route.

“They don’t want to play for each other; they’re going to make it their own way,” he says – a notion that Shannon Jr. himself confirmed to me.

Shannon Jr., a 6-0, 215-pound 2016 prospect, has seen interest from FIU, FAU, Buffalo, Georgetown, Cornell, Colgate and Fordham.

--Coral Reef has a slew of talented 2018 prospects that its new coaching staff can surely build upon. There’s quite a few to list, but two that really stood out to me were running back Jordon Donaldson and lineman Jaylaan Williams.

Donaldson possesses the vision, burst and ability to make sharp, quick cuts. Williams is an absolute monster at 6-3 and weighs between 280 and 290 as he wraps up his freshman year; he was seen lining up at left tackle.

--2016 RB Mehki Ervan runs with a low center of gravity at 5-7 and can run a defender over if he doesn’t meet him with proper technique. He also has great footwork.

Coral Reef will hold its spring game on Wednesday against Edison at Harris Field.

May 15, 2015

Talented crop of Miramar Patriots flourishing this spring

Miramar held its spring classic on Friday afternoon, and by watching the kids play and the coaches conduct the scrimmage, you couldn’t tell this is the same team that had to forfeit its playoff game last season due to sanctions by the FHSAA for an academic scandal.

Former Booker T. Washington defensive line coach Pierre Senatus has taken over as head coach, cleaned up the program, brought his winning mentality to a program that has seen plenty of winning and the scandal is behind the Patriots.

I’ll have more on how Miramar has moved on from that in the coming week, but first let’s focus on some of the athletes that stood out, some of which have had to wait their turns to finally blossom because of the players they've been behind on the depth chart in past years.

--I was very impressed with 2017 safety Brian Edwards, who already looks like a college safety on the field. He showed great range in his pursuit, going from sideline to sideline.

Syracuse was impressed too. With a coach at the scrimmage, the Orange offered him Friday. Edwards added to an offer sheet that includes UM, Clemson, Cincinnati and interest from South Carolina and Alabama among others.

--A pair of 2016 Patriots were offered by Coastal Carolina on Thursday in defensive end Terrell Lucas and offensive lineman Obinna Nwankwo.

Lucas is already 6-2, 231 and has a tremendous motor off the edge. Nwankwo is 280 pounds and paves a hole with force when a runner gets behind him.

--Miramar’s projected starter at quarterback, senior University School transfer D’Angelo Fulford, looked smooth with his delivery, flashed a gifted arm, showed some escape ability and stood even taller than his impressive 6-1 frame in the pocket.

All he needs to do is continue to learn the Patriot’s tempo offense and put the right touch on his deep ball to connect with his speedy receivers.

--Fulford connected with 6-4 senior receiver Kyle Anthony for two touchdowns at the scrimmage. Anthony displayed tremendous rapport with Fulford, ability to go up and use his body to get the ball as a possession receiver, and Senatus said he also has developed chemistry with Caleb Thomas when he is at quarterback.

Anthony picked up three offers at the FIU scrimmages last weekend – Colgate, Florida A&M and Alcorn State –  and is getting looked at by “all the HBCUs and all the Ivy League schools,” according to Senatus, but one would imagine his recruitment will explode in not time with his size and skill set. Anthony has a 5.0 grade-point average to go with all his tools on the field.

“His skill set, his speed, he has that tremendous ball radius, phenomenal burst, great route-running, great ball recognition,” Senatus says. “We feel we have one of the top receivers in the state of Florida right now.”

--Senatus calls 2016 cornerback Korel Smith “the honeybadger.” At the scrimmage, he presented his ball skills with an acrobatic interception in the end zone in single coverage.

--Senatus added that the cornerback combination of Smith and 2016 recruit Shemar Jean-Charles is one of the top tandems in the Southeast United States.

--Linebacker Deshondre Pitts is a beast at linebacker, shedding off blocks in the box and ripping through the line for tackles for loss. Pitts is also a captain on defense and earns the praise of both Senatus and defensive coordinator A.J. Scott.

“He has some of the highest football IQ that you’ll see in the United States. He is a coach on the field. He’s our field general,” Senatus said. “The intensity and the tenacity that you’ll see him bring on the field is some of the best that you’ll see in the country.”

*Pitts is driving the Miramar equipment crew crazy, breaking his own facemask and the facemask of a teammate running back all in the past week.

Canes get 2018 commitment from Jalen Patterson

The Miami Hurricanes learned Friday that they picked up their fourth commitment in the Class of 2018 and it comes from Citra North Marion athlete Jalen Patterson.

Just a freshman last season, Patterson, who plays both sides of the ball but projects as a defensive back, already looks the part of an elite recruit on film with his blazing speed and pursuit of the ball.

"Two words: Big time," said North Marion coach Stephen Field, former head coach at Miami Northwestern. "Just an all-around athlete with great instincts, and he's physical."

Added Patterson on his game, "I like to hit." He's been told by coaches they like his speed and athleticism.

Patterson got the offer on Thursday and on Friday decided to join a class that consists of two other DB commits in University School's Al Blades Jr. and Thomas Burns from Northwestern, who is the brother of current Cane Artie Burns.

In an interview with Rivals, Patterson said, "I wanted to commit right away when they offered."

With his Signing Day so far in the future (Feb. 2018), he added "it's going to be hard" for another school to catch UM by then.

He told me: "I like their defense, especially their defensive backs."

He has other early offers from Oregon State, West Virginia and Mississippi State and says Alabama is about to offer.

May 14, 2015

Amir Rasul headlines strong senior class for Coral Gables

After Shaquery Wilson took his talents to Georgia and several other talented defensive prospects moved on, Coral Gables is looking strong with its senior class once again.

At the top of the list is running back Amir Rasul, who at 6-0, 192 pounds is a four-star recruit on most sites.

Rasul committed to UM in January and had his recruitment blow up since, gathering more than 20 offers from all over the country. Even USC has come all the way to the East Coast to visit Coral Gables and check on Rasul.

“He’s offered from coast to coast,” Coral Gables coach Roger Pollard said. “Every school in the nation has recognized his talent.”

With all the options that have opened up for Rasul, who is also an elite track talent and is spending the spring away from the football team running track, his commitment to the Canes should be considered a soft one. When asked, Pollard could not confirm how firm Rasul’s commitment is currently but said he will sit down with him when he rejoins the team in June.

While college coaches love Rasul’s track speed, they love even more that he runs like a football player with that speed.


Amir Rasul after a 195-yard, 4-TD performance against Coral Park last season. DAVID FURONES

“He doesn’t run like a track guy. He runs like a really fast running back, and I think that’s why so many people are really in love with him and what he can do for their program,” Pollard says. “People want home run hitters, and with the type of speed he possesses, he’s a home run hitter.”

Coral Gables’ trio of senior linebackers in Shakur Cooper, Gee Stanley and Robert Brown is one that will spearhead the Cavaliers’ defense and pick up some steam in the players’ recruitment in the fall.

Cooper, at 6-1, 210 pounds, is a four-year starter in Pollard’s defense. He was second-team all-state last season and recently received an offer from FAMU to add to a list that includes Appalachian State and Alcorn State.

“If he was 6-2, he’d be recruited by every school in the nation because his ability to rush the passer – you can ask anybody that’s played against us – he’s got a special knack, a lot of unteachable skill,” Pollard says. “Once that ball moves an inch, he moves two feet.”

Pollard plans on using Cooper, who goes by the nickname of “Pooh Bear,” all over the field his senior season and not restrict him to just outside linebacker.

Stanley (6-2, 200) has started since he was a sophomore and is a sideline-to-sideline outside linebacker who has also seen time at strong safety and lists offers from Alcorn State and Robert Morris since receiving an offer from Temple in the fall.

“He’s really quick in the box, quick with his feet and really knowledgeable in what offenses are trying to do against us,” Pollard says.

Brown (6-1, 195) is a South Miami transfer that Pollard describes as an “effort linebacker.”

“He’s going to run, he’s going to take you down,” Pollard says. “Wherever the ball is, he’s going to do whatever he can to get there.”

Alcorn State and Bryant University have offered Brown, but he’s also receiving interest from FIU and New Mexico.

“I don’t think there will be another linebacking corps with this talent. Usually you’ll have one stud, but with these three, pick your poison,” Pollard says. “If you block one, where’s the other?”

Quarterback Voshon Waiters currently lists one offer (FAMU), but Pollard expects his recruitment to heat up over the summer and in the fall once the season starts.

“I think with the numbers he’s going to put up this year, people are going to hit the brakes when they come by Coral Gables, and it’s not just for Amir Rasul,” Pollard says.

Pollard wants to take him to camps at FIU and FAU because he feels with how meticulously quarterbacks are recruited and offered college coaches need to see him in person.

He says Waiters has solid size at 6-1 to see over the line and runs the Cavaliers’ spread offense, which is very popular in college, to perfection for his unit.

May 12, 2015

Redwine ready to report to the U


I had a chance to catch up with Sheldrick Redwine, the 6-1, 193-pound cornerback coming out of Miami Killian that will be enrolling at UM – which he has previously called his “dream school” – for the start of the Summer A session on Monday and moving in to campus on Sunday.

The offseason has not slowed Redwine down. He’s still working as if it’s South Dade week for the Killian Cougars.

“I’ve been doing two-a-days with my teammates,” says Redwine, the physical corner who also possesses the quickness of the feet and hips to keep up with speedy receivers. “We go to a gym, we get worked out by a trainer. Then we go [back home], eat and do field workouts. Then after that we’ll do lighter drills.”

From the K to the U

FROM THE K TO THE U: Sheldrick Redwine and Jaquan Johnson on Signing Day. DAVID FURONES

With high school teammate Jaquan Johnson already at UM since the spring, Redwine says he’s also been in contact with another pair of Dade County defensive backs – senior Deon Bush (Columbus) and junior Artie Burns (Northwestern).

“They’re just telling me how it is and what to expect from the DBs. Just to come in confident,” Redwine says. “[Johnson] says he likes it, he’s coming along. He’s learning the playbook and the game speed is starting to slow down for him.”

Redwine is coming in with the mindset that he wants to take his time learning during the summer but then seriously compete for playing time in the fall.

With UM’s deep, talented and experienced secondary, however, a redshirt could be a possibility.

Redwine says if that happens “I’ll just take it in stride, just practice hard every day, try to get better and earn my spot.”

Redwine was a Louisville commit very late in the recruiting process before announcing he was headed to Coral Gables instead with a Signing Day hat trick.


He let Louisville know what his move would be the day before.

“They were cool with it,” Redwine says of Louisville’s response.

Cane coaches’ reaction?

“They reacted great. They said they couldn’t wait. They were happy they could get me to flip.”

The dynamic Redwine finished his senior season with five interceptions — two returned for touchdowns — three forced fumbles, 33 tackles and four blocked kicks.

May 10, 2015

South Carolina tops Kenneth Ruff’s list

Dillard senior linebacker Kenneth Ruff’s recruitment is starting to heat up in the spring.

The 240-pound three-star 2016 middle linebacker, who is versatile in the Panthers’ defense also playing outside linebacker and defensive end,  has recently added offers from Virginia, South Carolina, Florida State and Oregon State.

He lists South Carolina as his leader right now and looks to take five visits over the summer. The Gamecocks will certainly get one of them, but he is yet to schedule a date for it.

“We run the same defense as South Carolina, so it would be a smooth transition going into the next level,” says Ruff, who has been recruited by linebackers coach Kirk Botkin.


Both Dillard and South Carolina run a 4-3 defense and USC wants to use Ruff, who already has the frame of a college linebacker, in the middle.

Ruff wants to make his commitment in August and then stick to it so that his recruitment doesn’t become a distraction during his senior season.

“I feel like whatever school you commit to, you should be solid to that commitment. There’s no reason to commit and then decommit, so I will be solid to whoever I commit to,” Ruff says. “It’s all hype. That’s like lying pretty much.”

On the inevitable recruiting from other schools after he commits, Ruff says, “I’ll listen, but I’ll still be solid to whatever school I choose.”

After South Carolina, Ruff lists Florida State, Alabama, Florida and Mississippi State -- in that order. Of those schools, FSU is the only one to offer, but he’s received significant interest from the others.

Miami has also shown interest. Ruff says academics are important to him in college, and that has been one of FSU’s primary pitches to him.

Ruff says goals he has going into his senior season are to reach 115 tackles in the season, reach states and one-up his interception total of two last year to record three.

May 08, 2015

Recruiting Recap: McWilliams commits to UF, local 2018 recruits get offers

Hello fans of high school football and recruiting in South Florida, one of the nation's elite recruiting hotbeds.

My name is David Furones, and a lot of you may already be familiar with my work with the Miami Herald, helping cover high school sports, as well as filling in with coverage of the University of Miami among other things.

I'm proud to announce I am now the Herald's lead recruiting correspondent and will update this blog regularly with recruiting news and nuggets. What better time to get started than in the middle of spring football for these high school programs?

OK, maybe August, but anyway...

Coaches across the country have been hot on the recruiting trail (I'll try to refrain from constant use of such clichés in the future), offering scholarships left and right. Some of these prospects haven't even entered their high school freshman year, but we'll have more on that later.

The biggest news in the past week came from Southwest Miami High where 2016 DB Christopher "C.J." McWilliams announced on Sunday he has orally committed to the Florida Gators.

CJ McWilliams UF commitMcWilliams took the announcement to Twitter on Sunday after receiving the offer from Randy Shannon on May 1.

The rising senior, who transferred from Varela after his sophomore season, is a bit under the radar -- FAU was his only other offer and Rivals currently lists him as a two-star recruit -- but he is sure collect several more offers as the season approaches after bursting on the scene with the UF offer.

He's athletic in the secondary and will hit a receiver coming over the middle hard from the safety position (the first play on his junior highlight reel shows him getting flagged for an illegal hit). He also possesses great straight-line speed as evidenced by his offensive highlights where he easily accelerates into a second gear to distance himself from opposing defenders on several catch-and-runs.

While the Gators are looking for immediate help in the secondary, UM is looking to the future. On Tuesday a pair of 2018 defensive backs from St. Thomas Aquinas, Benny Sapp and Asante Samuel Jr. received offers from UM.

Offers began flowing in for the two after that. Sapp announced on Twitter he has been offered by Purdue, Cincinnati, West Virginia, UCF while Samuel has since been offered by Purdue and WVU.

Class of 2018 Coconut Creek cornerback Miguel Edwards and 2017 athlete out of Somerset Academy, Daewood Davis, also got UM offers on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. It's Edwards' first collegiate offer and Davis' eighth.

As Miami continues to try and build its 2018 class, other schools are going after its first commitment in the class of rising sophomores. Legacy Cane commit and University School cornerback Al Blades Jr. has recently received offers from WVU and Rutgers. He also already lists offers from South Carolina and LSU.


February 06, 2015

February 02, 2015

Dade-Broward Top 150 recruits in class of 2015

A look at where the Top 150 recruits in Dade and Broward stand. (Note: Rankings are based on 247Sports Composite rankings which take into account all major recruiting services).

Updated at noon Friday, Feb. 6. (Constantly updating with news)

Dade-Broward 2015 Recruiting Rankings      
Name Pos School HT WT College choice
1. Calvin Ridley WR Monarch 6'1 170 Alabama
2. Tarvarus McFadden CB Am. Heritage 6'2 198 FSU
3. Torrance Gibson QB Am. Heritage 6'4 204 Ohio State
4. Mark Walton RB Booker T. 5'10 179 Miami
5. Da'Vante Phillips WR Central 6'2 204 FSU (EE)
6. Jordan Scarlett RB Aquinas 5'11 222 Florida
7. Jovon Durante WR Miramar 6'0 162 West Virginia
8. Tyrek Cole CB Miramar 6'0 170 West Virginia
9. Shawn Burgess-Becker ATH Monarch 6'1 185 Alabama
10. Devonaire Clarington TE Booker T. 6'5 238 Texas
11. Jaquan Johnson S Killian 5'10 182 Miami (EE)
12. Jordan Cronkrite RB Westminster Chr. 5'11 198 Florida
13. Tim Irvin ATH Westminster Chr. 5'9 194 Auburn (EE)
14. Sh'Mar Kilby-Lane OLB Hallandale 6'1 209 FSU
15. Davante Davis CB Booker T. 6'3 200 Texas
16. Calvin Brewton S Central 6'0 172 FSU (EE)
17. Kendrell McFadden S Miramar 6'4 193 Undecided
18. Carlton Davis CB Norland 6'2 184 Auburn
19. Devante Peete WR Aquinas 6'6 195 Louisville
20. Antonio Callaway WR Booker T. 5'11 185 Florida
21. Jason Strowbridge DE Deerfield Beach 6'4 247 North Carollina
22. Rashard Causey CB Aquinas 6'0 185 UCF
23. Shaquery Wilson ATH Coral Gables 6'3 190 West Virginia
24. Steven Claude WR Champagnat 6'1 182 Wake Forest
25. Khalid McGee S Northwestern 5'10 185 USF
26. Emonee Spence WR Flanagan 6'2 181 Louisville
27. Damon Arnette CB Aquinas 6'2 185 Ohio State
28. Deandre Baker CB Northwestern 5'10 173 Georgia
29. Juwan Taylor LB Hallandale 6'2 200 Georgia
30. Dominic Sheppard OLB Gulliver Prep 6'2 225 Virginia
31. Chris Hart DE Aquinas 6'3 242 Utah
32. Sheldrick Redwine CB Killian 6'1 183 Miami
33. Richard McIntosh DE Gibbons 6'4 270 Miami
34. Trevon Sands ATH Southwest 5'11 181 USF
35. Leeward Brown G Miramar 6'3 338 Tulane
36. Kahlil Lewis WR Miramar 6'0 179 Cincinnati
37. Ronnie Hoggins CB Monarch 5'10 175 USF
38. Rashad Fenton CB Carol City 5'11 175 South Carolina
39. Andrew James WR Westminster Ac. 5'11 162 Wisconsin
40. Alex Anderson RB Miramar 6'0 184 Undecided
41. Wyatt Ray DE Aquinas 6'4 240 Boston College
42. Tyson Cisrow S Aquinas 5'11 185 Utah
43. Malik Henderson CB Hallandale 6'1 175 Pittsburgh (EE)
44. Therrell Gosier WR Blanche Ely 6'6 200 Kentucky
45. Adrienne Talan S Flanagan 6'1 195 Nebraska
46. Deundre Pickett-White WR Southwest 6'0 193 Alcorn State
47. Kevin Williams CB Blanche Ely 6'1 179 West Virginia
48. Brandon Boyce DT Aquinas 6'0 245 Duke
49. Deltron Sands RB Aquinas 5'9 180 Oregon State
50. Keivonnis Davis DE Central 6'4 227 Florida
51. Richerd Desir-Jones DT Aquinas 6'4 285 Florida
52. Marvin Robinson WR Stranahan 6'4 175 Undecided
53. Jalin LeAndre CB Hallandale 6'0 187 Valparaiso
54. Christian Strachan OG Champagnat 6'3 315 Undecided
55. Fermin Silva OLB Central 6'2 225 FIU (EE)
56. Rodrick Archer S South Plantation 6'0 184 FAU
57. Bruce Davis OLB Killian 6'1 200 Fort Scott (Kan.)
58. Taj McGowan RB Hallandale 6'1 192 UCF (EE)
59. Kadeem Goulbourne WR Cypress Bay 6'4 200 Western Michigan
60. James Gardner WR Fort Lauderdale 6'4 190 Miami of Ohio
61. Ryan Stanley QB Flanagan 6'2 186 Florida A&M
62. Gerald Robinson CB Champagnat 5'10 175 FAU
63. Robert Knowles S Miami Edison 6'1 185 Miami
64. Kirk Livingstone DE Stranahan 6'4 235 South Florida
65. Andrew Spence CB Coral Gables 6'2 180 Undecided
66. Anthony Jones WR Central 6'0 185 FIU (EE)
67. Samuel Clausman OG Aquinas 6'4 301 Syracuse
68. Ocie Rose S Booker T. 6'2 190 FAU
69. Antonio Howard CB HML 5'10 157 Marshall
70. Jeremiah Dinson CB American 6'0 180 Auburn
71. Antonyo Sotolongo S Gulliver Prep 6'0 197 Bowling Green
72. Dana Levine DE Hallandale 6'3 230 Temple
73. Tavaris Harrison WR North Miami 6'3 170 FAU
74. Jordan Herrera WR Miami Killian 5'10 160 West Hills College
75. Doyle Grimes OLB South Dade 6'2 200 Marshall
76. Jhavonte Dean CB South Dade 6'1 168 Cincinnati
77. Richie Kittles S Stranahan 5'10 173 FAU
78. Malik Wisdom CB McArthur 5'9 180 Undecided
79. Joe Riggins OLB Gibbons 6'2 205 Akron
80. Irick McDonald OLB Miami Springs 6'3 190 FIU
81. Michael Fredrick RB Champagnat 5'11 170 South Dakota
82. Christian Irving S Am. Heritage 5'11 195 Wyoming
83. Emmanuel Lubin CB North Miami Beach 6'1 170 FIU
84. Rayshad Jackson OLB Norland 6'2 215 Florida
85. Marquis Couch OLB Central 6'0 200 Marshall
86. Frank Battle WR Belen Jesuit 6'5 180 Connecticut
87. Cedric Wiggins S North Miami Beach 6'0 185 Undecided
88. Herbert Miller S Miramar 6'2 180 FAU
89. Korron Rozier WR Coconut Creek 5'11 182 Undecided
90. Shawn Curtis OLB Ronald Reagan 6'3 230 Mississippi
91. Colin Byrne OG Aquinas 6'5 300 Syracuse
92. C.J. Maybin S Gibbons 6'4 195 East Carolina
93. James King OLB Booker T. 6'1 200 Miami
94. Jawaun Harris WR Aquinas 5'10 185 Rutgers
95. Sage Lewis OLB Monsignor Pace 6'1 210 FIU
96. Richie Cooper WR Hallandale 5'11 178 Akron
97. Melliek Jackson S Champagnat 5'11 180 Georgia State
98. Cameron Campbell C Flanagan 6'3 270 USF
99. Maurice Alexander QB Booker T. 5'11 170 FIU
100. Jeffrey Hill CB Miramar 5'9 165 Northern Illinois
101. Sam Dervil OT Northwestern 6'5 278 S. Carolina State
102. Paris Manyou CB Champagnat 5'10 168 Undecided
103. Austin Maloney WR Columbus 5'11 174 FIU
104. Emilio Gibbs ILB Coral Gables 6'0 230 Florida A&M
105. Rodney Newkirk DT Blanche Ely 6'2 305 Undecided
106. D'Andre Smart CB Norland 5'11 180 Kent State
107. Montel Jordan OT Deerfield Beach 6'4 315 Akron
108. Deonta Fair S Am. Heritage 6'0 175 Monmouth
109. Richard Williams OG Everglades 6'3 275 FAU
110. Wade Collier RB Homestead 5'8 180 Undecided
111. Aaron Kinsey DE Northwestern 6'4 225 Massachusetts
112. Janarvis Pough ATH Am. Heritage 6'0 170 Bowling Green
113. Raymond Gage WR Keys Gate Charter 5'10 175 FIU
114. Olin Cushion CB Central 5'8 153 FIU
115. Micah Smith OT Westminster Ac. 6'6 260 Georgetown
116. Wayne Clarington DE Champagnat 6'4 230 Undecided
117. Jason Jean OG Central 6'2 275 Marshall
118. Cedric Miller RB Central 6'0 190 Jackonsville St.
119. Lesley Dalger WR Westminster Ac. 6'5 205 Air Force
120. James Oliphant CB Aquinas 5'9 155 Massachusetts
121. Lance Deveaux S Aquinas 6'0 185 Northern Illinois
122. James Bowe LB Miami Killian 6'2 195 Massachusetts
123. Travis Liburd RB Piper 5'6 170 Stony Brook
124. Keavon Mitchell WR Flanagan 5'11 175 FAMU
125. Jared McGahee DT Northwestern 6'1 250 Monmouth
126. Anthony Flory LB Am. Heritage 6'2 225 Appalachain St.
127. Jontavis Testa LB Coral Gables 5'11 190 Arkansas Pine-Bluff
128. Karon Jackson DB American 5'8 165 Eastern Illinois
129. Steve Durosier S American 5'11 195 SE Missouri St.
130. Tavares Moore Jr. DB Gibbons 5'10 165 Tennessee State
131. Jonathon Washington WR Gibbons 6'0 190 Northern Michigan
132. Walt Jackson WR Flanagan 6'0 185 Lindenwood
133. Demetrius Whitehead DB Hallandale 5'10 180 Alcorn State
134. Jamari Hester TE Central 6'6 210 Jacksonville State
135. Theodore Victorin OL Hallandale 6'0 260 Stillman College
136. Deondre Tyler OL Hallandale 6'4 320 Undecided
137. Roberto Montanez OL Monarch 6'3 270 West Florida
138. Darnell Brown DL Flanagan 5'9 250 Lindenwood
139. Jihad Muhammad WR Stranahan 6'2 170 West Florida
140. Robzel Sylvester OL Central 6'1 350 Arkansas Pine-Bluff
141. Roe Farris Jr. ATH C. Springs Charter 6'1 170 Wagner
142. Anthony Olivencia WR Killian 6'2 175 Marist
143. Vaquan Small WR Booker T. 6'3 170 Samford
144. Julian McCleod DT Aquinas 6'2 225 Undecided
145. Jason Collins QB Dillard 6'0 170 Howard
146. Dwayne Paddyfoot LB Mater Academy 6'3 215 Concord
147. George Grimwade OL Gulliver Prep 6'7 275 Samford
148. Robert Foy WR Flanagan 5'8 190 Florida Tech
149. Ellex Davis WR Monarch 5'7 154 Undecided
150. Nick Peart DB Am. Heritage 5'8 180 Dartmouth