The Skinny: Koenig has the frame at OT to carry a lot more weight. Very young physically. Koenig fights until the whistle(sometimes after). Has a mean streak on the field. Solid athlete who has the type of feet to handle playing tackle at the next level. Very coachable, Koenig is a player who skill wise is ahead of the curve.
Recruiting: Koenig holds an in-state offer from Miami, while FSU has been in contact. Other offers include Oklahoma State, Tennessee, and Wake Forest. Two of his brothers have played at Oklahoma State.
52. Jeffrey Godfrey, QB, 5-11, 170, Miami (Central)
The Skinny: Gunslinger who has an elite arm. Godfrey can make all the throws. He throws exceptionally well on the run. Has started 30+ games in 6A Dade, very experienced. Threw for over 2,000 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior. He is a touch short for a QB. Good fit for a spread type offense. Athletically he could play elsewhere, but he is a QB.
Recruiting: Godfrey claims in-state offers from FSU and Miami. Other BCS offers include Michigan, Tennessee, and Georgia.
53. Terrence Brooks, CB, 5-10, 160, Dunnellon
The Skinny: With premier speed, Brooks stars on both sides of the ball. He's a shutdown corner on defense with good ball skills and can be dangerous on offense too (13 touchdowns as a junior). He projects as a corner in college.
Recruiting: Brooks has landed early offers from Miami, Florida State, and UCF.
54. Turner Baty, QB, 6-2, 210, Fort Lauderdale (St. Thomas Aquinas)
The Skinny: A transfer from the state of California, Baty has impressive junior film and has looked good each time we've seen him throw this offseason. He throws a catchable ball, understands defenses very well, and has the right bloodlines (his father played in the NFL for many years). He's a very interesting prospect who has a lot of people excited to see how he'll do in Florida this fall.
Recruiting: Baty has an offer from Stanford (where his father played) while several others are showing strong interest.
55. Lo Wood, CB, 5-10, 170, Apopka
The Skinny:One of the Sunshine State's top pure corners. Wood is experienced and has the tools to be a man coverage, lockdown outside CB. At 5'10 with 4.5 speed, Wood has solid measurables. He is capable of getting physical at the line of scrimmage. Wood registered 5 picks as a junior.
Recruiting: Wood holds BCS offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Louisville, N.C. State, Stanford, Ole Miss, and Virginia. Michigan appears to be the team to beat here.
56. Torrian Wilson, OL, 6-4, 305, Miami (Northwestern)
The Skinny: One of the state's most talented big men, Wilson has surprisingly light feet for someone his size. He gets after it at tackle but projects as a guard at the college level. He has an impressive combination of size, strength, and footwork.
Recruiting: Wilson has already landed offers from schools like Miami, Stanford, and UCLA.
57. Quinton Dunbar, WR, 6-2, 175, Miami (Booker T. Washington)
The Skinny:Tall, lanky wideout with speed. Leading receiver on state power Tornado team as a junior with 39 catches for 703 yards. Dunbar still might have a few inches in him height wise. Has good hands. Needs to work on refining his game. He can be as good as he wants to be.
Recruiting: Dunbar was committed to Miami, but has opened things up. More schools should begin to get in contact with Dunbar over the next two months. He also has offers from UCF and FIU.
58. Demar Dorsey, S, 6-0, 175, Lauderdale Lakes (Boyd Anderson)
The Skinny:One of(if not the) fastest players in the state. Has been timed at 4.25 and 4.31 in the 40. Lanky right now, but plenty of room to fill out. Two way player who could project to a number of spots. Dorsey was very good as a junior, but has the tools to be spectacular.
Recruiting: Dorsey committed early Florida over offers from schools like West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
59. Tavaris Barnes, DL, 6-4, 245, Jacksonville (First Coast)
The Skinny: One of the most impressive athletes playing along the defensive line that you'll see, Barnes runs extremely well and is athletic enough to win most of his battles. He just needs to focus on keeping the motor running at all times because he's a big time talent ready to make a serious move up this list with a strong senior season.
Recruiting: Barnes has landed early offers from schools like Florida State, South Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
60. Jeremy Deering, RB, 6-0, 195, Tampa (Leto)
The Skinny: One of the most underrated running backs in the state, Deering had a tremendous season for a team that won just three games last season. He's known around the city as one of the area's most talented players and his impressive combination of size, power, and explosiveness has a lot of college programs showing serious interest.
Recruiting: Deering has landed several early offers from schools like South Florida, Syracuse, Purdue, and Oregon State.