81. WR Quinton Dunbar, Booker T. Washington
Dunbar has terrific size on the outside and enough speed to get down the field and make plays. It was a bit of disappointing year for the Tornadoes as they were expected to win a state title, Dunbar finished with 30 catches for 402 yards and six TDs. He is committed to play at UF.
82. QB Stephen Morris, Monsignor Pace
Morris had a terrific junior year with three WRs who ended up at USF and he led them to the state semifinals of the playoffs. Morris possesses a lot of upside with a strong arm and the athleticism to make plays with his feet. He will need a little time to adjust to the college game, but should have that at Miami where he is committed.
83. RB Jakhari Gore, Columbus
Gore has been around forever it seems in Dade and he put together another 1,000 yard season as a senior. His quickness and natural instincts at the RB spot bode well for his future. Gore lacks ideal size and figures to be a change of pace back and player that can line up in the slot, as well as potentially helping special teams. He is committed to LSU.
84. OT Dan Koenig, Cape Coral
Koenig still needs to fill out physically, but the legit 6'6 frame oozes potential after a few years in the weight room. He is just plain nasty on the field, a quality many OL coaches place at the top of their list. Koenig is committed to Oklahoma State.
85. OLB Zachary Allen, Pahokee
Allen is a to flight athlete with the length and frame to explode in a weight training program. He possesses the skill set to perhaps be a TE as well as OLB at the next level. Allen is committed to Wake Forest.
86. DE Brandon Wilkinson, Venice
Wilkinson has the size(6'4), explosive first step, and attitude to be a tremendous DE in college. He plays the game passionately with a great motor. He needs to fill out, but the weight has started to come. Wilkinson is committed to USF.
87. TE Clive Walford, Glades Central
Walford is new to football thus is pretty raw as a TE prospect. He makes up for it with terrific speed and a frame made for the position. His best days are clearly a few years out, but Walford should develop into a pass catching threat that can work down the field. He is committed to Miami.
88. WR Darius Millines, American Heritage-Delray
Millines is another player that could find himself on either side of the ball(WR or DB). It is generally believed that he prefers WR and he certainly has been a star on that side of the ball. Millines is committed to West Virginia.
89. FB Tiger Powell, Columbia
Powell can be a feature back, but we feel his ceiling resides as more of a single back/FB. Powell runs with tremendous power and should immediately be ready to contribute in the red zone as well in as in short yardage situations. He is a terrific blocker and is committed to USF.
90. RB Devon Wright, Taravella
Broward County's leading rusher for the past two years is a north-south, one cut type feature back. He has solid speed and consistently shows the power to run through tackles. Wright can flat catch the ball and will be a great asset there. Wright is committed to Minnesota.