Mike's Pre-Season Top 100: 31-35

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 31-35.

31. Chris Lammons, CB, Plantation -- At 5-foot-9 1/2 and 165 pounds, Lammons plays mostly quarterback at the high school level. He's worked out at cornerback this entire offseason, however. Size isn't a major issue because he is one of the most physical guys around. With solid speed and athleticism, excellent leaping ability, good ball skills, and the ability to cover just about anyone, Lammons has been recruited by just about everyone. Miami offered very early, and seems to be right in the mix.

32. Nigel Patten, CB, Booker T. Washington -- At 5-foot-8 1/2, Patten lacks ideal height for a major college cornerback. That's about all he lacks. He runs well, has excellent cover skills, and comes from one of the state's premier programs. Miami has offered and seems to be in solid shape.

33. Artavis Scott, WR, East Lake -- At 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, Scott is one of the most explosive playmakers in the greater Tampa area. He put up big numbers as a junior and has over 25 scholarship offers, including one from Miami.

34. Jacob McCrary, WR, South Dade -- At 6-feet and 175 pounds, McCrary brings a lot of speed and athleticism to the table. He also put up productive numbers as a junior last season. Miami recruited him briefly but never got serious about it. A one-time Florida State commitment, McCrary recently flipped to West Virginia.

35. Kendall Randolph, CB, Tallahassee Lincoln -- At 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, Randolph plays mostly quarterback at the high school level. Because of his size, physical style of play, above average athleticism and quality ball skills, he's being recruited mostly as a cornerback. Miami offered early on but seems to be on the outside looking in. FSU will be tough to beat in the end.

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