Patriots with a handful of juniors

Pinellas Park (Fla.) is home to a handful of talented 2015 prospects.

Pinellas Park (Fla.) has four underclassmen to keep an eye on in the 2015 class.

Antonio Harris is a prospect in the next class of 2015. Harris, 6-foot-1, 228-pounds, plays on both sides of the ball for Pinellas Park (Fla.) high school.

"He's a big, long armed kid," Harris said. "He's really good. Antonio is our tight end or outside linebacker. I think he's a strong side linebacker at the next level. He's a SAM."

Harris has three inceptions and six or seven sacks so far this season.

Donte Maxson is a 5-foot-11, 195-pound running back. So far this year he has rushed for 814 yards in eight games.

"He has that get out speed," Crawford said. "He's fast and he's strong. Last year he played JV. This season he is one of those guys that just emerged."

Rashaan Watson transferred in from St. Petersburg (Fla.) Northeast. He has made a huge impact for the Patriots. He's a 5-foot-11, 175-pound cornerback.

"Rashaan is a shut down corner who is real long," Crawford said. "He can play man. We just played (Tarpon Springs) East Lake and he held George Campbell to one catch and played Tay (Artavis Scott) really well. Rashaan played really good. He can run and has good skills."

The last junior to watch for at Pinellas Park is Kal-El Williams. He's another two way star at fullback and middle linebacker. Williams is 5-foot-11, 238-pounds.

"This kid is a real fullback," Crawford said. "He's a great running fullback. He can block and destroy people. He's also a true MIKE. He can really tackle and run right through you."

Jamie has been covering college football recruiting since 1992 and is entering his ninth year with and FOXSportsNext. He's currently a National Recruiting Analyst and Manager for the state of Florida. Jamie is also covering the NFL Draft for the network.
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