Coached by Steve Mariucci
The White Team has a plethora of Florida State commitments and prospects. We can start with the QB, and that is Jameis Winston. The 6-4 signal caller made an early commitment, and despite reports to the contrary -- or people trying to make a story -- he is still very solid in that decision. Winston will have an opportunity to be the No. 1 QB in the country, perhaps even consensus, with a solid week of work in Orlando. Will he be recruiting for FSU? I think so.
Marvin Bracy is listed as an "athlete" on the roster. That likely means he will be the key guy on special teams, as well as getting snaps at WR and perhaps some RB. Widely considered one of the fastest players in the country, will he be? Is he that fast in pads? Will the electric acceleration shine through in this game? Only time will tell. But that is what we are looking for in this game.
Anyone want to see some defensive ends? The White team has them with FSU commits Mario Edwards, Dante Fowler and Chris Casher. Perhaps an early preview of August camp at FSU? Very likely. Edwards has nothing to prove, but the other two have plenty to show. Casher missed his senior season, and Fowler missed most of his. Will they be rusty? The two worked side by side at the Nike Camp in Tallahassee, and it was a push. Who looks like the best of the three? We will see in a few days.
P.J. Williams will be lining up Safety. The 6-foot, 185-pounder has a chance to cement his status as one of the top combo DBs in the country. Given how the practices are set up, Williams should show plenty of range back at safety. He likely will be given a long look at CB in Tallahassee.
Coached by Herm Edwards
Nelson Agholor will line up at wide receiver. FSU has been on the outside looking in for a long time in his recruitment, but he is undecided at this time. Things often change at all-star games, so we will see what happens. How good is he? Can he do it against top competition?
Andrus Peat is FSU's No. 1 target at OT. He has been in Tallahassee twice and is expected to take an official visit in January. In the game, he will be going up against FSU's three DEs, which should be more than a little interesting. He is certainly a player that FSU commits need to work on in "down time."
Eddie Goldman is the nations top DT, and most believe it is down to FSU, Alabama and Miami. He has taken his officials to all three, and it figures to go down to a signing day decision. Word is that FSU still sits in a good shape here.
Kwon Alexander has taken an official to FSU, but the 'Noles have some work to do to land the standout from Alabama. Some feel he could play safety in college, which speaks to the type of LB he could be. He is another player that has had some injuries.