Three from the Sunshine State

The state of Florida is arguably the most talented high school football producing state in the country. Year in and year out college coaches from around the country flock to Florida for the next great high school football player. caught up with three players that have a very high ceiling.

Chase Litton:

Litton checks in at 6'6 and 205-pounds from Tampa (FL) Wharton High School. "I am just wanting to get more offers, I had a good year. I get boxes of letters everyday so I'm just waiting for someone to pull the trigger. I can make plays out of nothing and I have a strong arm and make smart decisions."

LSU and South Florida have both extended verbal offers to the strong armed signal caller.

Tony James:

"I am 5'10 and about 170-pounds. I am looking forward to just taking my trips and seeing what colleges have to offer and academics as well. I have not planned any trips just yet. Florida, Miami, Ohio State, South Florida, Central Florida, Florida State, UCLA, Utah and Georgia Tech have offered."

James checks in from Gainesville (FL) with blistering speed. He can play running back or wide receiver at the next level.

Josh Allen:

"As of right now Alabama, LSU, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Boston College, Tennessee, Missouri, South Florida and Arkansas are coming by the school and seeing me and sending me thousands of letters. They all said in the Spring they are going to offer me. I am 6'3 and 286-pounds and looking forward to meeting the coaches that will have a lot of interest in me and play me because I promise I will get the job done. I plan to visit Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina this Spring and Summer."

Allen checks in from Jacksonville (FL) University School.

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