Stacy Coley -- Considered by some to be the most talented player in the state this year, regardless of position, Coley plays at Northeast High for former Hurricane running back Donnell Bennett. At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, he is very fast and very explosive. He's the type of talent who can come in and do a lot of damage on the field right away. Coley visited Miami earlier this month and plans to see Florida State, Ole Miss, and maybe one other during January. It's shaping up to be a classic UM/FSU recruiting battle, and one that will likely go down to the wire.
Jordan Cunningham -- One of the top wide receiver prospects in South Florida, Cunningham helped lead his team to a state championship this season. At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, he has soft hands and just makes a lot of plays. He took in-season visits to Oklahoma State and Stanford but says he grew up a Miami fan. Coley appears to be a bigger target for the Hurricanes right now but Cunningham is definitely someone to keep an eye on.
Denver Kirkland -- One of the state's top offensive line prospects, Kirkland has been actively recruited by Miami all year. He took an in-season visit to Ole Miss and now plans to see Florida State, Miami, and USC in the month of January. At 6-foot-4 and 325 pounds, he plays right tackle in high school and could end up playing there or guard in college. He's a very good line prospect, and seems like the player the Canes would like to finish up with along the offensive line.