Mike's Post-season Top 100: 61-70

Here is just one man's opinion of the top players in the state of Florida in the Class of 2014. Miami's involvement is mentioned with each player. Below is 61-70.

61. Isaiah Ford – The top pass-catcher at Trinity Christian, which has won a state title the last two seasons, Ford recently de-committed from Louisville. Miami is talking to him now, and he may visit in late January.

62. Zack Darlington – One of the state's top quarterback prospects, this is a coach's son with a tremendous football mind. Miami never recruited him, and he committed early on to Nebraska.

63. Jakob Johnson – A 6-foot-3 edge rusher from the Jacksonville area, Johnson was never recruited by Miami. He's committed to Tennessee.

64. Ryshene Bronson – One of the most explosive receivers in southwest Florida this year, Bronson was never seriously recruited by Miami. He's committed to South Florida.

65. Jacob McCrary – A talented two-way player from Coral Reef High, McCrary was recruited by Miami early but was never offered. He's now committed to West Virginia.

66. Ravian Pierce – One of the top tight end prospects in the whole state, this Plantation High standout landed an early offer from Miami but soon backed off. He then committed to Arkansas.

67. Denzel Ware – A talented edge rusher from the Panhandle, Ware was never recruited by Miami and committed to Kentucky early on.

68. Nick Linder – The younger brother of UM's Brandon Linder, Nick is a standout center from St. Thomas Aquinas and will play at UM as well.

69. Marques Gayot – A one-time Louisville commitment, this Park Vista safety switched his commitment to Miami in early December.

70. Richard Yeargin – One of the top linebackers in Broward County, this University School standout is headed to Notre Dame. Miami never recruited him


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