71. Zach DeBell
School: Tarpon Springs
Ht/Wt: 6'6, 260
Position: Offensive Tackle
Offers: Georgia, Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ole Miss, South Florida, Georgia Tech
Very talented linemen that we expect to continue to rise up this list. DeBell tested extremely well at various camps/combines clearly showing elite tools for a projected Offensive Tackle. DeBell has attracted significant interest and has visited a number of schools unofficially.
72. Anthony Rabasa
School: Miami (Columbus)
Ht/Wt: 6'3, 230
Position: Defensive End
Offers: Florida State, Miami, Auburn, LSU, Notre Dame, UCLA
Rabasa has a very developed skill set and plays with a non-stop motor. He has solid size and has consistently shown the ability to get after the Quarterback. Rabasa has a bevy of offers, the two in-state listed ones stand out right now.
73. Kevin Sousa
School: Orlando (Lake Nona)
Ht/Wt: 6'3, 215
Offers: West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Illinois, Louisville, South Florida
Sousa has terrific tools with outstanding size and arm strength. He is on the raw side and will need time to develop. Sousa could help at a number of different spots athletically down the road. He is considered open on the recruiting trail and is expected to compete at camps this summer.
74. Tre Mason
School: Lake Worth (Park Vista)
Ht/Wt: 5'10, 180
Position: Running Back
Offers: Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Louisville, Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Maryland
Extremely productive Running Back who can do a little bit of everything. He runs tough inside, has enough speed to break long runs, and can help as a a receiver. He lacks great size. Mason is considered open at this time, he will compete for a UF offer this summer.
75. Alex Dixon
School: Clearwater (Countryside)
Ht/Wt: 6'0, 180
Offers: Florida State, Clemson, North Carolina, South Florida, West Virginia, Nebraska
Dixon projects as a big corner with his 6'0 height and frame. He has shown the ability to lock down Wide Receivers in man coverage. He could slide to Safety as well down the road. Dixon is expected to camp at a number of schools this summer.
76. Alex Mut
School: Punta Gorda (Charlotte)
Ht/Wt: 6'3, 185
Position: Wide Receiver
Offers: Committed to South Florida
Mut has great height at 6'3 and will fill out to 205+ down the road. He is a consistent play-maker on both sides of the ball with elite hands. He excels as a route runner and has plus speed/quickness for his size. Mut made an early commitment to South Florida and is 100%.
77. Chevelle Buie
Ht/Wt: 5'8, 160
Position: Running Back
Offers: Florida State, Michigan, Clemson, Georgia, South Carolina, Rutgers
Buie is a smaller back that has led his team to back to back state titles. He had a huge state title game last year where he ran away from Glades Central. Buie possesses elite vision and runs harder than his size would indicate.
78. LaQuentin Smith
School: Orlando (Dr. Phillips)
Ht/Wt: 6'0, 210
Offers: South Carolina, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Arkansas, Michigan, Illinois
Smith has played some Defensive Back in the past, but has grown into a Linebacker. He has plus athleticism for a Linebacker and will probably find a home in the middle. Smith flies to the football and has outstanding instincts. He is being heavily recruited right now and has a bevy of offers.
79. Corey Tindal
School: Lauderdale Lakes (Boyd Anderson)
Ht/Wt: 5'10, 175
Offers: Maryland, Minnesota, Buffalo, FIU, Bowling Green
Tindal transferred from Stranahan to Boyd Anderson for his senior year and is still flying under the radar. Tindal is a play-maker with a strong frame, speed, and elite feet; he could help offensively or defensively at the next level, but figures to settle in at Cornerback. Tindal has seven offers currently and should see that number rise.
80. Trey Pettis
Ht/Wt: 6'4, 280
Position: Offensive Line
Offers: Committed to Florida State
Pettis is another young Offensive Linemen that is just coming into his own physically. He plays OT in high school, but projects inside at the next level. He needs to work on adding core strength and re-distributing weight. Pettis is a technician with plus skill as a linemen. He is committed to Florida State and not expected to take visits.