SunStateFootball Top 100: 11-20

Senior year film is in, the playoffs are over, and there is a little over a month til signing day, here is the final top 100 for the state of Florida. Today we continue with players ranked between 11 and 20.

11. OL Chaz Green, Tampa Catholic

Green has consistently impressed with his overall athleticism and terrific natural size. We would still love to see him get a little nastier on the field, but he possesses every tool to be a tremendous OT at the next level. Green is thought to be down to Tennessee and Florida with the Vols holding a slight edge today.

12. DE/TE Gerald Christian, Dwyer

Christian is a jumbo athlete that could play defensively at DE or perhaps OLB, on offense he would be a TE. Christian took a back seat on offense as a senior, but was absolutely terrific on defense as a LB. This is a player that has a ot of upside once he focuses on one spot, we feel that will be TE. He has been solidly committed to UF for a long time and that is not expected to change.

13. DT Darious Cummings, Astronaut

Cummings is still slightly under-sized as a DT prospect, but we expect him to fill out quickly once he is in the weight training program. He might be ideally suited for a 3-4 defense. We love his ability to create havoc in the backfield and Cummings is an inside presence that should consistently get after the QB. He was an early commit to FSU, looked around some, but is expected to ink with FSU on signing day.

14. WR Kadron Boone, Trinity Catholic

Boone has solid size and speed and has fully recovered from a knee injury he suffered earlier in his career. He is a player that has the tools to be a #1 type, a go to WR, he can elevate and has the type of frame that should allow him to have a physical edge on CB's. There is some untapped speed potential here. Boone is committed to Texas Tech and was a fantastic pull for the Red Raiders out of the Sunshine State.

15. WR/S Willis Wright, Miami Springs

Few players possess the type of body and speed that Wright has. He is over 6'0 and about 195 pounds, his tools are such that some schools have drooled over his potential at the S spot, although it is believed that Wright would prefer to play WR. Regardless, this is one of the state's top overall packages. Wright has a little bit of work to do academically and is known to want to stay in Miami for college, he will end up at either Miami or FIU.

16. WR/S Greg Dent, Glades Central

All Dent does is make plays on both sides of the ball. Schools have loved his potential on the defensive side of the ball(CB or S), but like Wright, most feel that Dent wants to play offense at the next level. Regardless, this was the top player on the field from the coveted Muck area and he is expected to follow a long line of standouts from that area in college. Dent committed to Miami, but quickly changed to childhood favorite FSU when they offered.

17. K Michael Palardy, St. Thomas Aquinas

A kicker this high? Yes, in the case of Palardy, we are talking elite. All one has to do is listen to the 'pop' this young man puts on the ball and they will know how good he can be. Palardy is capable of both punting and kicking at the next level. He committed to Tennessee.

18. WR Kenny Shaw, Dr. Phillips

The state's top route runner, Shaw has elite feet and quickness, he uses those skills to create separation. Shaw has good deep speed, but is not going to blow past people, the first thing on the agenda is to add some weight and strength. FSU is the front runner for his services.

19. CB Jeremy Davis, Cape Coral

Davis has legit JETS on the field, he might be the state's fastest player. He had a tremendous senior season running the ball on offense and playing CB on defense. He projects to the defensive side of the ball in college where at 5'11 he has the tools to be a lockdown corner. Davis should make an impact on special teams early and is committed to Miami.

20. CB Terrence Mitchell, Hillsborough

Like Davis, Mitchell can flat run. He played a lot of Safety as a senior(and WR), but we like his skill set at CB going forward. He has the quick hips that colleges covet and he will get physical at the line of scrimmage. Mitchell has been one of the most coveted players in the state and is down to FSU, Georgia, and USF.

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