With seemingly everyone coming out with their top kids in the state of Florida, I felt it was time for me to do the same. These are my top 50 players in the state of Florida from the class of 2010. I will release my list over the next five days, ending on Monday night heading into chat. I hope you enjoy my take on what the state of Florida has to offer. Today, take a look at 31-40.
No. 40 DeJoshua Johnson
, WR, 5-9, 150, Pahokee: There is no question about his athletic ability but with his lack of size I have him behind some other wide receivers. Great natural ability with an explosive first step, he is a threat every time he touches the ball.
No. 39 Tony Grimes
, CB, 6-0, 170, Hollywood Hills: Another talented overall corner, Grimes is one of the more physical corners in the state. His recruiting process took a while to get going but now is one of the most wanted in the state.
No. 38 Quinton Dunbar
, WR, 6-3, 180, Miami Booker T. Washington: Dunbar is one of the taller more impressive looking wide receivers in the state this year. A camp standout everywhere he has been, he is a smooth route runner and has good hands.
No. 37 Brandon Gainer
, RB, 6-0, 210, Miami Central: Gainer gives new meaning to an every down back. He is capable of carrying a team on his back. Runs with great power and reads blocks well but when he doesn't he punishes defenders.
No. 36 Michaelee Harris
, WR, 6-1, 185, Miami Northwestern: A complete wide receiver that has the total package of speed, hands and ability. He will be a gem for someone come National Signing Day.
No. 35 Gideon Ajagbe
(commitment), 6-3, 205, S/LB, Miami Ransom Everglades: Gideon plays both sides of the ball for Ransom Everglades but it's at the linebacker position where he will excel at the next level. A great motor, work ethic coupled with good size and a hit first mentality will make him one to watch for years to come.
No. 34 Marcus Shaw
, RB 5-10 185, Arcadia DeSoto County: A running back that has risen up the recruiting charts as of late. Ended his junior season with more than 2,500 yards and 32 touchdowns. The stats speak for themselves.
No. 33 Kenny Shaw
, WR, 6-0, 165, Orlando Dr. Phillips: Shaw has better lateral quickness than straight line speed. A very deceptive player that runs good routes and has a high level of football awareness that makes him dangerous every time he touches the ball.
No. 32 Todd Chandler
, DT, 6-0, 300, Miami Northwestern: Strength and quickness is what makes Chandler so dangerous. He plays with good pad leverage but will need to work on getting off blocks better at the next level.
No. 31 Roy Finch
, RB, 5-8, 185, Niceville: The perfect spread running back. Instinctive, vision, balance with enough speed to bounce it outside when need be. Finch will see his stock rise as the season approaches. A very high character kid that coaches love to have.