In helping lead Miami Northwestern to the state playoffs, Cooper was outstanding as a senior. He was arguably the best player on the field at the Under Armour All-American Game and has all the tools to become a premier player at the next level. He's an elite talent committed to Alabama.
2. Duke Johnson, RB, 5-10/175/Miami Norland
A four-year starter at Norland, Johnson helped lead his team to the state championship as a senior by running for over 2,000 yards. He's one of Dade County's all-time leading rushers. He reminds a lot of people of Clinton Portis at that age. Johnson has committed to Miami.
3. Dante Fowler, DE, 6-3/245/St. Petersburg Lakewood
Arguably the state's premier pass rusher in this class, Fowler has outstanding speed and quickness off the edge and really lived in opposing backfields over the last few seasons. He served a suspension as a senior but still had a very good year. He is committed to Florida State.
4. Ereck Flowers, OT, 6-6/320/Miami Norland
He has the size everyone covets – long arms, big frame, and powerful build. Athletically, he's very impressive and runs almost like a tight end. And he really gets after people, knocking people to the ground 30-40 yards downfield. One of the nation's premier left tackle prospects, Flowers is committed to Miami.
5. Avery Young, OT, 6-5/285/Palm Beach Gardens
Young has all the tools to become a premier left tackle at the college level. He has ideal size that should enable him to add another 30-40 pounds in college. Athletically, he's very impressive with outstanding feet. He played left tackle in the Under Armour All-American Game. Young has narrowed his list down to Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Miami.
6. Leonard Williams, DE, 6-4/270/Daytona Beach Mainland
One of the school's best prospects in 10 years, Williams plays at a school that produces several Division 1 players every year. He dominated on the field as a senior and was often the best player on it. He was very impressive in the Under Armour All-American Game. Williams is considering Auburn, Miami, Florida State, and Florida.
7. Jelani Hamilton, DE, 6-4/245/Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas
His coaches are calling him one of the top defensive prospects to ever come out of the school, and they've produced a lot of great ones over the years. He was a four-year starter, even though he missed most of his senior season to injury. Hamilton has committed to Miami.
8. Brian Poole, CB, 5-10/190/Bradenton Southeast
Lockdown corners are hard to find and Poole is definitely one of them. He has the size, the speed, the athleticism, the ball skills, and the physicality to match up with just about any receiver at the next level. Poole has committed to Florida.
9. Eddie Williams, S, 6-2/200/Panama City Arnold
After putting his name on the recruiting map way back when he was a freshman quarterback, Williams went on to have a tremendous prep career. He's played quarterback, receiver, cornerback, and safety. He projects best as a safety but projects as a wide receiver at Alabama.
10. Mario Pender, RB, 5-11/185/Island Coast
With ideal size and tremendous breakaway speed, Pender ran wild on opposing defenses as a senior this season. He can pound the ball inside and has the home run speed on the outside. He's an elite talent who is committed to Florida State.