Mike's Take: Florida Top 100 (61-70)

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

61. Earl Moore, DT, 6-2/290/Hillsborough
One of two major college prospects on their D-Line (the other is a 2013 kid), Moore was tough to block in the middle. He's very powerful and shows plus athleticism. Moore is committed to Miami.

62. Travis Blanks, S, 6-0/190/North Florida Christian
Helping lead North Florida Christian to the state championship this season, Blanks was often their best defender. He played both cornerback and safety in high school and is a very good prospect at either spot but the Clemson commitment projects as a safety in college.

63. Schyler Miles, LB, 6-1/215/Berkeley Prep
Often overshadowed by heavily recruited teammate Nelson Agholor, Miles had one heck of a prep career. He played both ways and plays linebacker with tremendous instincts and is an explosive tackler. All he did was make play after play after play. He has not yet committed anywhere.

64. D'Mauri Jones, WR, 6-3/185/Leesburg
With ideal size and above average athleticism, Jones is one of the school's best prospects in the last 10 years. He made a lot of plays, including many down the field. He can stretch the field and will take his talents to Miami at the next level.

65. Darius White, LB, 6-1/220/Manatee
With ideal size and athletic ability, White made a lot of plays for his team this fall. The team's second leading tackler, White helped lead them to a state championship. He's an explosive tackler and has a nose for the ball. He is uncommitted at this time.

66. Donaldven Manning, CB, 5-19/160/Miami Central
After putting his name on the recruiting map as an underclassmen at Edison, Manning played his senior season at Miami Central. He locked down his side of the field all season and helped lead them to the state title game. He lacks ideal size and doesn't have burner speed but he plays physical for his size and has the ability to cover. He is committed to Virginia Tech.

67. Latroy Pittman, WR, 6-0/190/North Marion
A four-year starter at the prep level, Pittman excelled on both sides of the ball. He prefers playing receiver and made a lot of plays there, and even competed in the Under Armour All-American game there. However, he likely has more upside on defense. He has decent ball skills and can hit. Pittman is already enrolled at Florida as a mid-year guy.

68. Antonio Crawford, CB, 5-10/175/Plant
A two-year starter on one of the state's premier teams, Crawford played on both sides of the ball. He was the team's leading receiver on offense and was their shutdown corner on defense. Crawford has very good straight-ahead speed and played arguably his best game in the state final against Miramar. He is committed to Georgia Tech.

69. Vernon Davis, CB, 5-9/175/Coral Reef
He may lack ideal size but Davis can flat out play. He played all over the field in high school and might have the most upside as a return guy. He can make people miss in the open field and is physical enough to be a tough kick return specialist. The standout cornerback, who also had over 1,000 yards on offense over the last two seasons, has been committed to Miami since their summer camp.

70. Tashon Whitehurst, LB, 6-3/195/Gainesville
Long and lean, Whitehurst played mostly outside linebacker as a junior and had a solid season. He played in the middle as a senior and really elevated his game. He has the frame to carry more weight, he has a good nose for the football, and simply made a lot of plays as one of two Division 1 LB prospects (the other a 2013 kid) at his school. Whitehurst is committed to Syracuse.

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