SunStateFootball Top 100: 61-70

SunStateFootball Top 100:  61-70

Spring Football is over and prospects will turn their attention to team camps, university camps, 7on7 events, and team workouts for the summer. SunStateFootball.com breaks down the top 100 prospects in the state continuing with 61-70.

61. Marcus Roberson

School: Fort Lauderdale (St Thomas Aquinas)

Ht/Wt: 6'0, 180

Position: Defensive Back

Offers: Notre Dame, Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas AM, Texas Tech, Florida, Miami

Talented Defensive Back that will get a chance to shine as a senior. Roberson has the potential to be a big Cornerback, he is raw, but he has the necessary speed and athleticism. He has stated that he is interested in leaving the state for college.

62. Ricardo Williams

School: Homestead

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 210

Position: Defensive End

Offers: Florida State, Oregon, West Virginia, Rutgers, Texas Tech

Williams is a player whose best days are clearly a few years out. He needs to add weight and strength, but has the frame to blow up in college. He is an oustanding pass rusher with quality burst off the edge. Williams will bring a ton of athleticism to the spot. FSU is thought to be in the lead at this time.

63. Max Lang

School: Orlando (Boone)

Ht/Wt: 6'5, 290

Position: Offensive Tackle

Offers: Florida State, Miami, South Florida, South Carolina

One of the top tackles in the state, Lang has a terrific frame and athleticism to go with quick fit. Lang is equally adept at run and pass blocking and has solid core strength. This is thought to be a two team battle between Florida State and South Florida.

64. Ramik Wilson

School: Tampa (Jefferson)

Ht/Wt: 6'2, 225

Position: Linebacker

Offers: Illinois, South Florida, Texas Tech, Rutgers, Purdue

Jumbo athlete that could play Linebacker, Tight End, or Defensive End. Wilson is all of 6'2, 225 and we feel ends up at Linebacker. Wilson has good speed and shows an extra gear in pursuit. Tough player that is the leader of the state's best defenses. Wilson is attracting more attention every day and is expected to take visits.

65. Errin Joe

School: Lakeland (Lake Gibson)

Ht/Wt: 6'3, 270

Position: Offensive Line

Offers: Florida State, Miami, West Virginia, UCLA, Michigan, Georgia Tech

Excellent linemen that will probably settle in at Offensive Guard in college. Joe has quick feet, a good frame, and really plays with a mean streak on the field. He has a tremendous offer sheet and FSU is considered in the lead, but plenty of schools are in hot pursuit.

66. Eli Rogers

School: Miami (Northwestern)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 180

Position: Wide Receiver

Offers: Committed to Miami

Rogers is a slot type because of his outstanding quickness, consistent hands, and good route running skills. He lacks true deep speed. Rogers made a commitment to Miami over last weekend and will join his QB, Teddy Bridgewater, in Coral Gables.

67. Eric Beverly

School: Jacksonville (First Coast)

Ht/Wt: 5'10, 210

Position: Running Back

Offers: Committed to Florida State

Beverly has good size and was ultra productive as a junior. He has good quickness and consistently produces extra yards. He lacks deep speed. Beverly will excel between the tackles at the next level and has flashed some skills as a receiver. He is solidly committed to FSU.

68. Deon Green

School: Orlando (Olympia)

Ht/Wt: 6'3, 260

Position: Defensive Line

Offers: Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Illinois

Green has terrific size and consistently shows a plus motor on the field. He has an excellent first step that he uses to get in the backfield consistently. He is versatile enough to play Defensive End or grow into a Defensive Tackle. Green has an impressive offer sheet and is expected to take visits.

69. Cody Preble

School: Lake Worth (Park Vista)

Ht/Wt: 6'4, 285

Position: Offensive Guard

Offers: Committed to Wake Forest

Preble paves the way for one of the state's most dominant run attacks. A very confident player, Preble plays the game with rare passion and seems to relish the physical aspect of the position. He has all the tools at OG including terrific athleticism. Preble committed to Wake Forest very early in the process and is considered solid despite heavy interest from a number of schools.

70. Elkino Watson

School: Miami (Booker T. Washington)

Ht/Wt: 6'2, 270

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: Georgia Tech, Duke, Central Florida, FIU

Watson could play Defensive Tackle or Offensive Guard. He has solid size at 6'2, 270 and consistently flashes good athleticism. He is poised to take his game to the next level as a senior. Watson should continue to bring in offer and is expected to take his time with the process.

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