The Skinny: The son of FSU OL coach Rick Trickett, Clint led NFC to a State Title in 2008. Trickett is a student of the game who displays a quality arm, but it is his accuracy that sets him apart from the pack. He is capable of making all the throws and is young physically, there is a lot untapped potential still left. Displays great timing, gets the ball out on time. Not a scrambler, but has enough athleticism to move around in the pocket.
Recruiting: Trickett has stated he is not interested in playing for his father at FSU. Arkansas and Louisville are both making a run at him and appear to be the favorites.
22. Darius Cummings, DL, 6-2, 260, Titusville (Astronaut)
The Skinny: Cummings is a tremendous DL prospect who with some weight gain will project inside to DT. Superior first step and raw power make him a mismatch against most OL. Uses his hands at the point of attack and flat gets after the QB. Physically everything you want in a DL prospect, Cummings has the tools to play on Sunday's down the road.
Recruiting: Cummings was a very early commit to Florida State and is rock solid.
23. O.J. Ross, WR, 5-10, 175, Daytona Beach (Mainland)
The Skinny: One of the state's most explosive receivers, Ross is considered one of the best wide receiver prospects to come out of Volusia County in the last 10 years. He has big time speed (4.36 on the laser at the Scout Combine), excellent hands, and he runs good routes and can catch balls over the middle. He's physical for his size and finds ways to make big plays in key situations.
Recruiting: Ross has landed early offers from schools like Michigan, Arkansas, and UCF while several others will be watching him closely this spring.
24. Darion Hall, RB, 6-1, 195, Naples (Lely)
The Skinny: One of the state's top producer's as a junior, Hall averaged over 10 yards per touch. Great size, with hands, to go with deep speed and acceleration, Hall is a complete back and should be a 20-25 carry workhorse at the next level. Runs high ala Eric Dickerson. Hall has played some safety and could easily transition there. Plenty of upside left.
Recruiting: Has early offers from Clemson, Kansas, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. Miami and Ohio State both are showing serious interest.
25. Terrence Mitchell, CB, 5-9, 165, Tampa (Hillsborough)
The Skinny: Speed is the name of the game and Mitchell has plenty of it. He's very fast and explosive in and out of his cuts. He breaks on the ball really well, has excellent makeup speed, and came up with several big plays in the secondary as a junior.
Recruiting: Mitchell has become one of the state's most heavily recruited corners and among his early offers are Florida State and Florida.
26. Demetre Baker, LB, 6-0, 205, Orange Park
The Skinny: Baker is one of the fastest and most explosive linebackers around that you'll see at this age. He's very physical and makes a lot of big things happen on defense. He might lack ideal size right now but he has the frame to grow into a good-sized college linebacker. A terrific athlete, Baker also makes a big impact at running back. He won the state title in the shot put as a sophomore and is expected to win it again this spring.
Recruiting: One of the state's best players without an offer yet, Baker's junior highlight film just went out and look for him to land a number of offers when coaches see him live this spring.
27. Chaz Green, OL, 6-6, 280, Tampa (Catholic)
The Skinny: One of the most talented big men you'll see at this age, Green has ideal size with long arms and growth potential to add even more good weight. He runs very well for his size, is physical at the point of attack, and even has a history of making plays on the defensive side of the ball. He's emerged as one of the state's premier line prospects.
Recruiting: Green has a big time offer sheet heading into the May evaluation period that includes each of the Big 3 in Florida as well as Georgia, Notre Dame, USC, and others.
28. Kadron Boone, WR, 6-0, 195, Ocala (Trinity Catholic)
The Skinny: Seasoned WR with great hands and solid speed. Boone was great in the state title game against Pahokee. Came back from a knee injury as a sophomore better than before. Not the biggest nor fastest, but solid size and wheels and has rare ability to break loose from man coverage. Will fight for the ball in the air.
Recruiting: Boone sports offers from Florida, Miami, Notre Dame, Clemson, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, and Texas Tech. UF is considered the frontrunner.
29. Marvin Robinson, S, 6-1, 195, Eagle Lake (Lake Region)
The Skinny: Big Safety who has been a top performer for years. The biggest question with Robinson is whether he is a S or LB. He is a pure baller, so teams can worry about that later. At S, Robinson shows good range and is not afraid to make his presence felt in the running game. Not unlike Major Wright who has been great for UF the last two years. Showed flashes of brilliance in the 7on7's.
Recruiting: Offers from Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, USF, UCF, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. Michigan is considered in the driver's seat for his services.
30. Tavadis Glenn, OT, 6-5, 270, Jacksonville (Terry Parker)
The Skinny: With top notch athleticism, Glenn plays on both sides of the ball but prefers playing on defense. He has long arms, and quick feet and does a nice job chasing down plays. Athletically, he has a lot of what you look for and he's able to keep opposing linemen off him with his arms and hands. We believe he has more upside on offense but either way, he's a major prospect.
Recruiting: Glenn has an impressive offer sheet that includes Miami, Florida State, Georgia, and Clemson. The question here will be which side of the ball each school likes him more on.
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