WR Stacy Coley -- The state's most talented wide receiver prospect, Coley was outstanding on the field at Northeast High the last couple years. Don't let a less-than-impressive week at Under Armour fool you -- Coley is the real deal. He's a big time talent. At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, Coley has it down to Florida State and Miami. He's expected to choose the Noles when he announces at 10 am tomorrow.
WR James Clark -- One of the fastest kids in the state, this New Smyrna Beach High standout wasn't heavily recruited until late in the process. After taking a few early visits to schools like Purdue and Northwestern, Clark added offers from schools like Ohio State and Florida. Those are the two finalists. Urban Meyer seems to have the edge over his former program, and the entire nation will find out at 9:30 am tomorrow.
WR Taj Williams -- At 6-foot-4 and 175 pounds, Williams is a tremendous talent from Lincoln High in Tallahassee. He creates a lot of mismatches because of his size and speed combination. Williams is trying to clear some academic hurdles first but Auburn seems to be in the best shape to land him. His coach says there's a chance he may not sign tomorrow. It could be delayed.
TE Travis Johnson -- This pass-catching specialist tore up opposing competition the last couple years at Jesuit High in Tampa. At 6-foot-3 and 235 pounds, Johnson was a one-time Miami commitment before they went in separate directions back in December. He's taken January visits to Cincinnati, Missouri, and South Florida. He plans to announce tonight, and the hometown Bulls are considered the choice.
Laremy Tunsil -- At 6-foot-6 and 300 pounds, this Lake City Columbia standout is rated as the nation's No. 1 left tackle prospect. He seems to have the total package as a prospect. He has his list down to three -- Ole Miss, Alabama, and Georgia -- and plans to announce at 9:30 am tomorrow. Ole Miss is the expected choice.
Denver Kirkland -- At 6-foot-4 and 335 pounds, Kirkland helped lead Booker T. Washington to a state title this season. He played right tackle for them but projects as a mauling guard in college. He was all set to pick Miami until the Canes pulled their offer late last week. Arkansas now stands to benefit, but Florida State is also strongly in the mix. He will announce his choice at 9:20 am tomorrow.