The Skinny: Extremely accurate with great touch and can make every throw, Bennett was one of the state's most productive QB's as a junior throwing for 3,000+ yards. He has shined at every offseason event including being the QB MVP of the presitgious Nike Camp in Miami.
Recruiting: Will be a great fit for schools who run a variation of the Spread like Kansas, Tulsa, and SMU. UCF and USF have both shown interest.
92. Marquel Wade, WR, 5-11, 180, Jacksonville (Andrew Jackson)
The Skinny: He's been one of the most productive receivers in Jacksonville over the last two seasons. He's athletic enough to make a difference on both sides of the ball but the kid has excellent ball skills and playmaking ability and that's why he's getting the attention he is.
Recruiting: He says Illinois and South Carolina are his first few offers but several others seem to be on the verge of doing it.
93. Woodley Cadet, S, 6-1, 190, Loxahatchee (Seminole Ridge)
The Skinny: Tremendous natural athlete who excels on the gridiron and basketball court. Plus height and size with ball skills. Can play a center field type S with his range from sideline to sideline. Will come up and hit you in the running game.
Recruiting: Offered by UCF, Cadet is expected to reel in many BCS offers by the end of the Spring Evaluation period.
94. Jeremi Wilkes, CB, 5-10, 170, Tampa (Catholic)
The Skinny: While Christian and Chaz Green got a lot of the recruiting hype early, people were sleeping on Wilkes, who is considered one of the top cover guys in the greater Tampa area. He has the hips and footwork to be a top notch corner in college.
Recruiting: Florida State was the first to offer him but Boston College and a few others are very close.
95. Calvin Smith, DT, 6-3, 270, Hialeah
The Skinny: Smith has a great frame for DT and teams with Corey Lemonier to form the best 1-2 punch on the defensive line in the state. Smith's tools are outstanding, he needs to be more consistent, but should be one of the most dominant DT's in the South. Hialeah has produced Adewale Ojomo(Miami) and Corey Luiget(Illinois) the last several years.
Recruiting: Smith is holding 7 offers right now including the hometown Hurricanes. Tennessee, Ole Miss, Illinois, Arkansas, Purdue, and UCF are the others.
96. Chad Abrams, S, 5-11, 180, Lakeland (Kathleen)
The Skinny: One of the most explosive players in Polk County this year, Abrams picked off four passes and blocked several kicks so the playmaking ability is there. He's played both corner and safety but his physical style makes him more of a safety prospect at the next level.
Recruiting: Abrams jumped on his first scholarship offer recently when he committed to Florida State.
97. Desmond Cooper, S, 6-1, 185, Jacksonville (Bolles)
The Skinny: When we went to watch Bolles play American Heritage last season, there were a few senior DB's committed to Division 1 programs at the time. It was Cooper, however, that was the most impressive. He has good instincts, understands the game very well, works hard, and has a lot of athletic ability to work with.
Recruiting: FIU is his only offer right now but a lot of schools are showing interest and he'll likely land several more when numerous schools visit Bolles during the May evaluation period.
98. Jeff Scott, RB, 5-7, 180, Miami (Archbishop Carroll)
The Skinny: One of the most productive running backs in south Florida last season, Scott was at his best against the best competition. One of his best games came against Gulliver Prep, which went to the state title game. He's a bit small but has tremendous straight ahead speed and has surprising power for a kid his size.
Recruiting: FIU is his only offer right now but several other schools seem close to pulling the trigger.
99. Dominique Roberts, WR, 6-0, 205, Daytona Beach (Seabreeze)
The Skinny: A big, strong, physical receiver, Roberts just knows how to play the game. He's a kid you want on your team. As an example, Seabreeze lots its starting quarterback in the season opener to a broken leg. They moved Roberts there and he went on to become the county's Player of the Year. He doesn't have blazing speed but he's strong, physical, runs nice routes, and catches pretty much everything thrown his direction.
Recruiting: Roberts is still waiting for his first offer but a few schools, including Wake Forest, appear close. He lists Wake Forest, Florida, and Rutgers as his top three.
100. David Perry, DE, 6-6, 230, Davie (University Christian)
The Skinny: Jamaican star who has tremendous athleticism and is one of the state's top physical packages. Played his first year of football in 2008, thus is raw, but the athletic gifts are undeniable. The elite frame coupled with sub 4.75 speed leaves the question of whether DE or TE is his future. Could be a player who rises up the rankings as he becomes more productive on the field.
Recruiting: Holds offers from Florida State, Purdue, Alabama, Oregon, and Tennessee.
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