The leading receiver on one of the state's premier passing attacks over the last two seasons, Lewis runs good routes and simply knows how to get open and make plays despite lacking ideal size and athleticism. Lewis is a Miami commitment.
72. Kevis Jones, LB, 6-2, 200/Northeast
Jones runs around really well and makes a lot of plays. He played a lot of defensive end and even receiver in high school but projects as an outside linebacker at Wake Forest.
73. Jon Heck, OL, 6-5/280/Bolles
Playing opposite five-star John Theus, Heck didn't always get the notice he deserved. Still, he's a big, strong kid who knows the game very well and will put in the work. He could project at tackle or guard at North Carolina.
74. Jawand Blue, LB, 6-1/205/West Boca
Blue is a little undersized but plays with a great motor and he makes a lot of plays because of it. He runs from sideline to sideline all game long and shows the ability to be an explosive tackler. He's in the mold of a Virginia Tech linebacker, which is what he'll soon be.
75. Gabriel Terry, LB, 6-2/210/Palm Beach Central
A senior transfer from the state of Nebraska, Terry really turned it on this season. Playing mostly defensive end, Terry terrorized opposing quarterbacks and shows the athleticism to play in space, which is what the state-caliber wrestler will do at Miami.
76. Danny Dillard, RB, 6-1/205/Venice
There aren't many running backs anywhere with the size and straight-ahead speed combo as Dillard. When he gets a hole, he can hit a home run in a hurry. He lacks a whole lot of wiggle and ability to make people miss, though. Still, he's a very talented running back who's headed to Miami.
77. Kelvin Rainey, TE, 6-3/225/Yulee
One of the most athletic tight end prospects you'll see at the prep level, Rainey shows flashes of being a major threat in the passing game. He just needs to show more consistency. He's headed to South Carolina for college.
78. A.J. Legree, WR, 6-1/185/Fort White
A late-season bloomer, Legree really helped put his name on the recruiting map with a strong performance at the state all-star game. He has ideal size and athleticism for a receiver or maybe even a cornerback in college. He's a Kentucky commitment.
79. Sean Culkin, TE, 6-5/215/Indian Rocks Christian
6-foot-5 tight ends who can run and put up the type of numbers he did aren't always easy to find. He caught close to 30 touchdowns the last two seasons playing small school competition. Can he add the weight and make the jump will be the key.
80. Larry Hope, CB, 5-10/165/American
Hope has legit cover skills and also showed flashes of being a playmaker on special teams and on offense. He will be given a great opportunity to play early in his career at Miami.