1. Demetre Baker: Elite athlete who was productive on both sides of the ball. Fast and quick the Georgia commit has a lot of upside down the road. Has that wiggle that will allow him to drop back in coverage. Baker is a hitter, he drives through ball carriers. Will need to play more assignment football at Georgia.
2. Ralph Williams: Williams was a high school DE as a junior where he had 18 sacks on state runner-ups. The Tennessee commit is ideally suited to be an OLB who gets after the QB. Has the athleticism to excel in space. He should get some time at LB in 2009 which will help his development as a player.
3. Zachary Allen: The Wake Forest commit oozes potential with great athleticism and versatility. He plays both ways and like most Muck kids is very competitive. High motor. He needs to add some weight and get more comfortable in space. Allen has a high ceiling 2-3 years down the road.
4. Desmond Kearse: The Dunbar senior lit up Southwest Florida OL's to the tune of 25 sacks. Explosive first step and he is a tremendous all around athlete. Quiet off the field, he has swagger on it. Competitor. Plays DE in high school out of need, but will transition to OLB or perhaps S at the next level. Recently opened eyes at CB in a 7on7 event. Long and lean with speed, his frame should be able to add a lot weight.
5. Marcus Thompson: The Rutgers commit is a big, explosive, and versatile athlete who has every attribute to be a big time player at the next level. Played RB at South Plantation, will now take his game to the loaded Boyd Anderson defense. Could conceivably play with his hand down.
6. Deon Rogers: The Georgia commit is on the raw side, but has the tools to be a starter for the Dawgs down the road. All of 6'2 with a lean frame, he has the speed that SEC schools crave. He will need to transition to OLB so the challenge will largely be mental with him.
7. Justin Wilson: Two way player for Western who has a tremendous size/speed ratio. Very physical at the point of attack, he takes on blockers and just manhandles them. The total package physically.
8. Isaac Dixon: Undersized torpedo who might project to safety in college. Really gets after it on the field and finds the ball. Can excel in space with his quickness.
9. Jeremiah George: Slightly undersized ballhawk who lowers the boom when he arrives. Very productive and has excellent speed. He flashes the ability to play in space.
10. Quayshawn Nealy: Long time starter for one of the state's premier programs, Nealy is rock solid across the board. He has good size, solid speed, and flashes great instincts. Nealy holds over 7 D-1 Offers, with BCS offers from Iowa State, Kansas State, Purdue, and South Florida.
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After Spring and many summer University camps it is becoming apparent that the Sunshine State is once again loaded and extremely deep for 2010. With well over 300 players expected to sign D-1 scholarships, SunStateFootball.com breaks down the players by position.