State Title Games: Top 5 Senior Performers

The state's second championship weekend saw Tampa Jefferson(3A), Tallahassee Lincoln(4A), St. Thomas Aquinas(5A), and Miami Central(6A) walk away with titles. was at the event and has the top 10 senior prospects from the weekend.

1. Devonta Freeman, RB, Miami Central

The 5'10, 190 pound senior delivered on the state's biggest stage with over 300 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Freeman got better as the game went on and inflicted most of his damage in the crucial second half. He is committed to FSU and appears to be a great fit for the Nole power running game. Freeman runs extremely hard, but also has the speed to run away from the defense. He had over 300 in the state semi-final as well and put together an outstanding senior season. He speaks to the depth at Central that he was not even a starter as a junior(Brandon Gainer). He is a complete player as well with outstanding hands, but he is perhaps even better as a blocker.

Greene is one of the top WR's in the state for 2011
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2. Rashad Greene, WR, St. Thomas

Another FSU commit, Greene was the top WR of the weekend. He had six catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns. His game features crisp route running, terrific hands, and the speed to run away from the competition. He has been highly thought of all along and he just confirmed that he is one of the best in Florida. Very consistent, he is a bit of a quiet assassin. He will need to add some weight and strength, but other than that he is ready to contribute from day one.

3. Ramik Wilson, TE/DE, Tampa Jefferson

Wilson was one of the players that went both ways this weekend at TE/HB(3-34) and DE/OLB(6 tackles, 2 sacks). At 6'2, 220 he is an outstanding athlete that proved he could be used in a lot of different ways at the next level. Wilson has multiple BCS offers and is expected to take visits.

4. Chris Moore, WR, Tampa Jefferson

Quentin Williams had a record setting three years at QB for Jefferson, but Moore was in the shadows of classmate Andre Davis. This year Moore established himself as the top WR at Jefferson and he still has plenty of upside. He has a frame that will fill out in college, good speed, and outstanding feel in the passing game. Moore was having a great game, but went down with a shoulder injury late ending his day at three catches for 72 yards and a TD. He is committed to Cincinnati and the Bearcats will get a steal here.

5. Chris Gallon, WR, Dr. Phillips

Gallon had four catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns. For the most part, he was the offense for the Patriot's and showed that he can be that outside threat at the next level. At 6'4, 190 he has the frame to add some significant weight. Gallon has multiple D-1 offers and is expected to take visits.

Others of Note: QB Jacob Rudock(13-23, 283, 2/0), QB Rakeem Cato(17-25, 196, 3/1), LB Jermaine McKinney(6.5 tkls, 3 sacks)

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