UA Game: Florida Players (offense)

Several Florida players are competing in the Under Armour All-American Game this Friday night. Lets take a closer look at the offensive players in the game.

RB Ryan Green -- Widely considered the fastest and most athletic running back prospect in the state, Green missed his senior season due to an injury. That never impacted his commitment to Florida State, however.

RB Kelvin Taylor -- A between-the-tackles specialist, Taylor dominated the small school competition at Glades Day High over the last few years. Like his father, Taylor will play his college ball at Florida.

RB Tarean Folston -- The best player on a very good Cocoa team the last couple years, Folston can do a lot of things from the running back spot. He even played a key role on defense for the Tigers this season. He ended the recruiting process earlier today when he committed to Notre Dame.

WR Stacy Coley -- Arguably the most talented player in the game from this state, Coley has all the tools to be a real difference maker at the college level. He dominated the competition in South Florida this year. Coley visited Miami in December but will see Florida State -- the team to beat here -- later this month.

WR Jordan Cunningham -- Fresh off a state championship performance, Cunningham arrives back in Orlando on that high. He had a tremendous senior season. He took in-season visits to Oklahoma State and Stanford and is set to see Vanderbilt next. Miami is also very much in the picture.

WR Alvin Bailey -- A very productive player on a very good Armwood team over the last couple seasons, Bailey isn't real big or real fast but he flat out makes plays. He committed to Florida at the beginning of the season.

OT Denver Kirkland -- A massive offensive line prospect who can play tackle or guard, Kirkland helped Booker T Washington to a state title this season. He's one of the state's top offensive line prospects. He took an in-season visit to Ole Miss and now plans to see Miami, Florida State, and USC before making a final choice.

OG Ira Denson -- A very good interior line prospect, Denson helped his Madison County team reach the state title game this year. He made an early commitment to Florida State but the Florida Gators are still actively recruiting him.

OG Roderick Johnson -- One of the top offensive line prospects in south Florida, Johnson had an interesting recruiting process. He made a spring commitment to Florida, then opened things back up and took visits, and then re-committed to the Gators recently.

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