SunStateFootball Top 100: 91-100

It is another outstanding class of athletes from the Sunshine State in 2011. Over 320 players are expected to sign D-1 scholarships on signing day and over 180 will go to the BCS level. releases our final Top 100 starting with 91-100.

91. Andre Davis

School: Tampa (Jefferson)

Ht/Wt: 6'1, 185

Position: Wide Receiver

College: Rutgers, Texas Tech, USF, and Georgia

Davis possesses elite ball skills- when it is in the air no one does a better job of going up to get it. He has been ultra productive the past three seasons and will exit Hillsborough County as one of the best ever to play position. Davis has good size, but lacks explosiveness and deep speed. He figures to be a possesssion type and red-zone weapon.

92. DeVondrick Nealy

School: Monticello (Jefferson County)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 175

Position: Cornerback

College: Michigan, Iowa State

Panhandle star who has shredded the competition as an offensive play-maker for small school Jefferson County. Nealy could help at a lot of different spots, he may flip over to the defensive side of the ball in college(DB) or stay at RB/WR. He has the potential to help on special teams. Ultra productive with over 4,000 yards rushing the past two years.

Williams is an elite athlete that can get after the QB
Geoff Vogt,

93. Ricardo Williams

School: Homestead (Homestead)

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 205

Position: Defensive End/Outside Linebacker

College: North Carolina, Oregon, FSU, UCF, Rutgers, Syracuse

Explosive athlete that has excelled on both sides of the ball in high school. He has the height and frame, but has yet to start adding the weight. Could be a DE or OLB at the next level. Either way he figures to be used as a player that gets up the field. Gets by with average technique, when he gets coached up there is a lot of untapped potential here.

94. Trey Pettis

School: DeLand (DeLand)

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 290

Position: Offensive Guard

College: Committed to Florida State

Early commit to FSU, Pettis has played mainly OT in his high school career, but figures to slide inside to OG or perhaps C for the Noles. He has the natural size and is the son of a Head Coach, both qualities bode well for the future. Pettis will need some time in the weight room to re-shape his body and get stronger before contributing.

95. Andrew Buie

School: Jacksonville (Trinity Christian)

Ht/Wt: 6'0, 185

Position: Running Back/Safety

College: Auburn, Louisville, South Carolina

Buie has been a very successful RB in high school and fits more of a spread scheme at that spot. He is being recruited as an athlete and could easily play Safety at the next level(where he has also shined at times). He possesses good size, speed, and athleticism while winning a ton of games the past two years(back to back state title appearances in 1A).

96. Tacoi Sumler

School: Miami (Columbus)

Ht/Wt: 5'8, 180

Position: Wide Receiver

College: Committed to Oregon

Fast. Very fast. Sumler is one of those players that in space will make you pay. He transferred to 6A Columbus and had a quality season. While he is on the short side, he is strong and thick. Sumler figures to find a home as a slot type and deep threat. He committed early to Oregon and that would seem to be an excellent fit for his skill set.

Desir can help on both sides of the ball
Geoff Vogt,

97. Clay Burton

School: Venice (Venice)

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 240

Position: Defensive End

College: Committed to Florida

Rock solid is the best way to describe Burton. He has terrific character, has played multiple positions, and makes plays. Burton has good size at the DE position. He probably is not going to be a double digit sack type, but should settle into the rotation early in his career. His brother, Trey, played a ton as a freshmen at UF, Clay will look to follow in those footsteps.

98. Javess Blue

School: Lake Wales

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 175

Position: Wide Receiver

College: Kansas, Louisville, USF, Texas Tech, East Carolina

Perhaps the most under-rated player in the state. Blue has torched Polk County competition to the tune of close to 2,000 yards receiving the past two years. He possesses quality size and terrific quickness and speed. Blue has shown versatlity by playing on both sides of the ball. He would be the type to make a name for himself at the next level.

99. Ritchy Desir

School: Miami (North Miami Beach)

Ht/Wt: 6'1, 165

Position: Athlete

College: Texas Tech, Syracuse, Kansas, Western Michigan, FIU

Four year, two-way varisty performer who could help on either side of the ball. His ceiling may be at CB where his 6'1 height would be a huge asset. Desir is a play-maker who has a knack for making things happen at opportune times. He is a player who could see increased interest down the recruiting stretch. He has the speed and hips to play CB, although his ball skills are intriguing at Safety.

100. Andrew Johnson

School: Miami (Southridge)

Ht/Wt: 5'9, 165

Position: Cornerback

College: Ole Miss, Louisville, West Virginia

One of the top Corners in Dade County, Johnson had an excellent campaign on both sides of the ball. He committed to Ole Miss over the summer, but recently opened things back up and will take some visits. The only thing he lacks is ideal height. Quick, physical, with good instincts, he should have a great career at the next level.

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