Video Bucket: Boyd Anderson

Continuing our high school football preview we take a look at one of the most talented teams in the state this year, Boyd Anderson. With players committed to Florida and Rutgers already, the Cobra's boast a ton of talent. Here is a look at some video of those players.

QB Craig Weaver: Another transfer will take over at QB. Weaver is a great athlete who has tremendous touch down the field, which is perfect for his speedy play-makers on the outside. It will take some time to get used to new targets, but we expect him to build on a solid junior season.

RB Marcus Thompson: The transfer RB/LB is a commit to Rutgers and he should add a bruising element to the offense. With a team that has this much speed, his between the tackles style should be a great complement to the offense. He probably projects to LB for the Scarlet Knights and should see some time there as well in 2009.

WR Steven Green: Green missed his junior season, but was very impressive as a sophomore and has built on that reputation this off-season. He brings speed, quickness, and hands and should be the big play weapon. He creates a lot of separation with clean, precise cuts.


WR Jesse York: The first 2011 prospect on the list, York has all the tools to be a big-time threat. At 6'0, with speed and ball skills, York has the potential to be one of the state's best prospects in 2011. He and Green should complement each other.

DB Demar Dorsey: The UF commit is perhaps the fastest player in the state, having ran in the 4.3 range consistently. At over 6'0 with a frame to add considerably more weight, Dorsey is a great fit for the Gators and their emphasis on speed/upside. Dorsey can do a little of everything, but projects to the defensive backfield at the next level, he should get an early look at CB.

CB Cliff Coleman: Another top DB, Coleman has burst onto the scene and has good size with excellent speed. He is one of the top CB's in South Florida for 2010.

CB Steven Clark: More physical than Coleman, Clark has a big frame with good all around athleticism. At 5'10+, he has the type of size that colleges covet. He should have a big senior year.

DB Harmon Brown: Another DB and this one is a 2011 prospect who might have been the top CB at Friday Night Lights last weekend. Brown lacks an inch or two height wise, but is very physical, has great hips, and can run. He has a high ceiling down the road.

DB Brandon Butler: This 2012 prospect is already creating buzz in South Florida high school football circles. At close to 6'0 with hitting ability, agility, and speed, he has the complete package.

LB Kent Turene: This big 2011 LB is a physical specimen. Plus size and solid athleticism give him the potential to be a dominant LB. He showed flashes of greatness as a sophomore and should be more consistent as a junior.

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