Mike's Take: Florida Top 100 (81-90)

Football season is over in the state of Florida. National Signing Day is a little over a month away. Scout's Mike Bakas breaks down what he believes is a list of the top 100 prospects in the state.

81. Bennie Coney, QB, 6-1/205/Plant City
With an ideal arm and plus athleticism, Coney missed some time as a junior but lit up opposing defenses his entire senior season. He lacks ideal height but has a lot of the physical tools you look for in a major college QB prospect. He's a Cincinnati commitment.

82. Evan Goodman, OG, 6-4/280/Lakeland
One of the most athletic offensive guard prospects in this year's class, Goodman has played both guard and tackle. He has long arms and quick feet and runs really well for his size. He's an Arizona State commitment, where his brother plays.

83. Dalvon Stuckey, DT, 6-2/300/Walton
A classic run-stuffer from a small school in the Panhandle, Stuckey is very powerful in the lower body and tough to move off the ball. He should fit in well into Florida State's defense once he arrives.

84. Raph Andrades, WR, 6-0/190/Lincoln
A steady receiver who produced for a few years at Lincoln, Andrades knows how to run routes and fight for the ball. He's a solid possession receiver type of prospect who called Kentucky his leader last week.

85. Jarvis McCall, S, 6-2/185/Armwood
With ideal size and plus athleticism, McCall played at a premier prep program. You'd like to see him make more plays but the tools are there for this future USF Bull.

86. Nate Dortch, CB, 5-11/165/South Fort Myers
A pure cover cornerback, Dortch isn't the biggest kid out there or even the fastest but he has the hips to play on the island. He has natural cover skills you can't teach. A one-time North Carolina commitment is now pledged to Miami.

87. Duaron Williams, OG, 6-4/300/Jones
A very sound offensive lineman at a young age, Williams has played both guard and tackle. He's very smart and plays hard. He missed his senior season due to injury, which slowed his recruitment down some. He's committed to Iowa State.

88. Dami Ayoola, 5-9/205/St. Thomas Aquinas
Another quality running back coming out of a premier prep program. Ayoola is very good between the tackles and gets those tough yards. Iowa is getting a Big 10 style running back.

89. Noor Davis, LB, 6-4/225/Leesburg
With ideal size already, Davis is rangy and can play both defensive end or outside linebacker. He's a high motor kid who knows the game very well and is coachable. He's a Stanford commitment.

90. Karl Joseph, S-11/190/Edgewater
Playing mostly linebacker in high school, Joseph was very productive. He has a nose for the ball and projects as a strong safety in college. He has the athleticism to make the switch smoothly. He's committed to West Virginia.

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