St. Augustine's finest: Rickerson and James

St. Augustine High School has been among the top programs in the south. The Yellow Jackets have recorded an impressive 66-10 record over the past six seasons, including a perfect 15-0 mark and the school's first state championship in 2005. Brandon James and Jacques Rickerson are two prominent reasons for their tremendous success. Now they're making quite an impression on the Florida coaches.
August 15, 2006

Jacques Rickerson Has Brotherly Motivation

Brothers share a common bond like no other, a bond of strength and support that can push them to their outer limits of sacrifice and competition. The Florida Gators tapped into some brotherly synergy in the recruiting class of 2006 by signing Brandon James and Jacques Rickerson, the dynamic duo that helped lead St. Augustine on an unbeaten run to the state 3A championship. Being a Gator is special for Rickerson, particularly since he'll be coming to Gainesville with his brother.
March 3, 2006

Rickerson Ready To Make Immediate Impact

After the kind of high school season that most kids can only dream of, St. Augustine's Jacques Rickerson has his sights set on the next level. Rickerson played a huge role in St. Augustine's undefeated march to the State 3A championship and this four-star rated (by Scout.com) cornerback with the tremendous recovery speed sees an opportunity to make an impact even as a true freshman at the University of Florida in the fall of 2006.
January 21, 2006

With Rickerson And James, Character Counts

ST. AUGUSTINE --- When it comes to character, Coach Urban Meyer considers it one of the cornerstones or recruiting. The Florida coach believes quality players who make sound decisions in their personal lives translates into wins on the field and the right kind of representation of the University of Florida off the field. He talks about kids who are that one percent of the one percent, a label that seems to perfectly fit Jacques Rickerson and Brandon James of St. Augustine.
January 12, 2006

RECRUITING: Weekend Was Special For Rickerson

It just doesn't get any better than this for four-star rated (by Scout.com) cornerback Jacques Rickerson of St. Augustine. His official visit to the University of Florida started the day after Rickerson helped his high school team finish an unbeaten dream season by winning the state 3A championship in Miami. For the Florida commitment, the whole weekend was a whirlwind of excitement.
December 13, 2005

Jackets over Booker 31-15 in 3A Final

MIAMI- St. Augustine swarmed into Dolphins Stadium with a relentless defensive front and a big play offense that proved to be too much for Sarasota Booker. The Yellow Jackets first quarter onslaught led to a 191 yard total offense and a 14-0 lead. The Tornadoes managed only 19 total yards of offense in the opening quarter.
December 9, 2005

RECRUITING: Rickerson commits after FSU game

Jacques Rickerson is probably the highest rated cornerback on the Gators recruiting board. On Saturday night he became the highest rated cornerback commitment for the Gators. The 5-10, 180 pound speed demon from St. Augustine was in attendance for the blowout win over rival Florida State on Saturday night and afterwards gave Coach Urban Meyer the great news.
November 26, 2005