Mike's Pre-Season Top 100: 46-50

CanesTime's Mike Bakas breaks down the state's top 100 football prospects in the Class of 2014, with a focus on where Miami stands with each player. Read on to read about 46-50.

46. Adam Torres, DT, Lake Mary -- At 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Torres is a talented two-way lineman in the Orlando area. Some schools like him more on offense, others like him more on defense. Miami offered him as a defensive lineman back in the spring, and he already had a successful visit here. The Canes seem to be in solid shape heading into mid-summer.

47. Justus Reed, DE, Clearwater Central Catholic -- At 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, Reed is an above average athlete who flashes excellent pass rushing skills. He plays with a good motor and could play with his hand down in a 4-3 or as an OLB in a 3-4. Miami offered him in May and he's planning to visit here but North Carolina, where his father played, will be tough to beat in the end.

48. Isaiah Ford, WR, Jacksonville Trinity -- At 6-foot-1 and 165 pounds, Ford makes a lot of plays at the high school level. He has ideal height, runs fairly well, runs very good routes, knows the game extremely well, and catches everything thrown his direction. Miami never recruited him, and he's been committed to Louisville for a few months now.

49. Isaiah Wynn, OG, Lakewood -- At 6-foot-2 and 275 pounds, Wynn absolutely dominates at the high school level. He has experience playing all three line spots but his size limits his upside some. Miami is one of 20+ schools who have offered. Vanderbilt leads right now, however, and he's talked a lot about leaving Florida for college.

50. Ben Knox, OT, Deland -- At 6-foot-6 and 260 pounds, Knox has ideal length and moves his feet very well for a player his size. He's raw but has a lot of the tools you look for. Miami never recruited him, and he's currently committed to Florida.

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