SunStateFootball Top 100: 81-90

Spring Football is over and prospects will turn their attention to team camps, university camps, 7on7 events, and team workouts for the summer. breaks down the top 100 prospects in the state continuing with 81-90.

81. Chavis Akins

School: Homestead

Ht/Wt: 6'3, 310

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: Miami, Florida State, Tennessee, LSU, Tennessee, Ole Miss

Our second Homestead Defensive Linemen in the top 100, Akins has shot up team's boards in the Spring and is now sitting on at least 12 offers. Akins has prototypical size and the athleticism to match. Akins named FSU as his leader, but Miami is right there along with several other schools.

82. Prince Holloway

School: Cape Coral

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 160

Position: Wide Receiver

Offers: Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, Texas Tech

Holloway has elite speed and can be used on either side of the ball. He has worked hard at Wide Receiver and is poised for a huge senior season. Holloway could help at Cornerback as well. Michigan and West Virginia are in the lead.

82. Demetris Anderson

School: Fort Pierce (Westwood)

Ht/Wt: 6'2, 275

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: Wisconsin

Big DT that is just starting to come into his own as a player. Anderson has terrific size and strength. We expect a breakout campaign for Anderson in 2010. Anderson has flown a little under the radar thus far in terms of offers, but we expect that to change over the next six months.

83. Andrew Buie

School: Jacksonville (Trinity Christian)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 185

Position: Running Back

Offers: South Carolina, Arkansas, Auburn, Tennessee, Michigan, Pitt, West Virginia

Buie is a running back by trade and had a brilliant junior season that saw him pile up big yardage in the Jacksonville Area. He will get some looks as a potential Safety as well, a spot he has also made a lot of plays. Buie sports an impressive offer list and is considered open.

84. Clay Burton

School: Venice

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 235

Position: Defensive End

Offers: Clemson, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Florida State

Burton quietly goes about his business on the field, the 6'4, 235 pounder has good pass rushing skills and is stout against the run. Burton has shown the ability to play Tight End at a high level and has attracted some interest there as well. He named a top four of Clemson, Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Georgia Tech and has said they are 'even'.

85. DeVondrick Nealy

School: Monticello (Jefferson County)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 180

Position: Athlete

Offers: Auburn, Arkansas, Michigan, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ole Miss

One of the panhandle's top athletes, Nealy has gotten a lot of carries at Running Back, but is expected to flip over to DB, perhaps Cornerback at the next level. He has the size, hips, and speed to be an excellent DB down the road.

86. Jacob Rudock

School: Fort Lauderdale (St Thomas Aquinas)

Ht/Wt: 6'3, 185

Position: Quarterback

Offers: Wisconsin, Iowa, Memphis

Rudock had a great junior season, but lost some development time in the Spring as his baseball team made a deep run in the playoffs. He has the height, now he just needs to work on filling out his frame. Rudock is an accurate passer with the athleticism to get yards with his feet.

87. Demarius Rancifer

School: Pensacola (Pensacola Catholic)

Ht/Wt: 6'2, 210

Position: Linebacker

Offers: Louisville, Maryland, Texas Tech, West Virginia

Big time athlete that moved to Middle Linebacker as a junior and had a terrific season. Rancifer excels against the run where he has consistently shown plus instincts with serious pop. His DB background has helped him against the pass. He is open on the recruiting trail.

88. Sterling Lovelady

School: Navarre

Ht/Wt: 6'2, 290

Position: Center

Offers: Committed to Florida State

Lovelady made an early commitment to Florida State and is expected to play Center for the Noles. Lovelady has elite core strength and plays with a real nasty streak; two qualities that Coach Trickett loves in his linemen prospects. He lacks ideal height, but that was once said about Rodney Hudson and Ryan McMahon; two players who form the backbone of the current FSU line.

89. Devonta Freeman

School: Miami (Central)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 190

Position: Running Back

Offers: Minnesota, UCF, Marshall, FIU

Freeman is going to see interest in him skyrocket in the Fall. He sat behind Brandon Gainer(Kentucky) as a junior and showed flashes of the back he can become. Freeman built on that with a terrific Spring. He has the above offers, but is expected to see many more come his way in the Fall.

90. Chris Moore

School: Tampa (Jefferson)

Ht/Wt: 6'1, 175

Position: Wide Receiver

Offers: Michigan State, Texas Tech, Illinois, Vanderbilt, West Virginia

The second Jefferson Wide Receiver in the Top 100, Moore might have more upside than Davis. He is lean today, but has the type of frame that should add significant weight in college. Moore had a tremendous Spring Game that saw him catch two Touchdowns vs. Plant. He will go up and get the ball when it is in the air.

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