Mike's Eye: Florida: 46-50

Preseason football camps in Florida kick off very soon. Spring games and most camps/combines are now in the books so lets take a closer look at some of Florida's top prospects. In this installment, we look at who Mike Bakas believes are players 46-50.

46. ZACH DEBELL, 6-7, 265, Tarpon Springs
As a prospect: He was undersized as a junior and then just blew up in the spring. He went from 220 to 260 in no time and kept the athleticism that he displayed as a junior. He has ideal size, feet, and just needs to put it all together and show he can dominate on the field.

Junior Year: He played mostly tight end and defensive end as a 220-pound junior. He hit a growth spurt and made good impressions at various camps.

Recruiting: Already committing to Georgia, he passed over offers from Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Louisville, Notre Dame, Purdue, South Carolina, South Florida, Tennessee and UCLA.

47. BRANDON FULSE, 6-5, 245, Fort Meade
As a prospect: He made a big impact on both sides of the ball and dominated the small school competition. He has ideal size and just lacks elite level athleticism. He's a very good tight end prospect, though, even though some like him more on defense.

Junior Year: His junior year consisted of 20 catches for 265 yards and two touchdowns on offense. On defense, he had 70 tackles, 18 for loss, and 10 sacks.

Recruiting: Recently, he cut his offer list down to Florida, Florida State, Miami, South Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Alabama, Clemson, Tennessee, Louisville, Oregon, Texas Tech, Michigan, North Carolina, and West Virginia.

48. CALVIN PRYOR, 6-2, 200, Port Saint Joe
As a prospect: With ideal size and athleticism, Pryor is a nice strong safety prospect. He may even grow into an OLB but either way, he's athletic, physical, and makes a lot of plays.

Junior Year: Playing as a running back and safety, he had an outstanding year, finishing with over 50 tackles.

Recruiting: His top three colleges are Louisville, Florida State, and Maryland and he claims all three have offered.

49. ERRIN JOE, 6-4, 295, Lakeland (Lake Gibson)
As a prospect: He plays a lot of tackle in high school but is likely going to be a guard in college. He has good lateral quickness and keeps getting stronger. He has a chance to be a good guard.

Junior Year: Joe was named Second Team All State for OL after his junior season which he finished strongly.

Recruiting: He favors offers from Florida State, Duke, Miami, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Stanford, and Missouri over several others.

50. LONNIE GOSHA, 6-2, 245, Lake Butler (Union County)
As a prospect: He lacks ideal size but is very quick and makes a lot of plays at the prep level. Can he bulk up and play inside is the question because the tools are there.

Junior Year: Making All State for DL, he registered 65 tackles and 13 sacks during his junior season.

Recruiting: His top three colleges are Alabama, Florida State, and Georgia, who are all even right now. Arkansas, Clemson, Duke, Florida, LSU, and Tennessee also offered.


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