In My Opinion

Larry Blustein’s preseason Top-25 senior recruits in Broward

 

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Player, Pos. Height Weight. School College
1. Joey Bosa, DE 6-5 270 St. Thomas Aquinas Ohio State
2. Stacy Coley, WR 6-2 190 Northeast Undecided
3. Alex Collins, RB 5-11 195 South Plantation UM
4. Alvonte Bell, DE 6-5 230 Everglades Kentucky
5. Michael Deeb, LB 6-2 240 American Heritage Notre Dame
6. Rashard Robinson, DB 6-1 175 Blanche Ely LSU
7. Sandley Jean Felix, OL 6-5 300 Boyd Anderson Undecided
8. Kyle Schaffenacker, OL 6-4 280 St. Thomas Aquinas Undecided
9. Jermaine Grace, LB 6-2 195 Miramar Undecided
10. Jordan Cunningham, WR 6-1 180 University School Undecided
11. Skai Moore, LB 6-2 205 University School Undecided
12. Jeremy Benjamin, LB 6-2 215 McArthur Undecided
13. Monty Nelson, DT 6-2 290 Plantation Undecided
14. Maquedius Bain, DT 6-4 280 University School Undecided
15. Nick Internicola, OLB 6-3 210 University School Rutgers
16. Lemond Johnson, WR/S 6-0 190 Cooper City Auburn
17. John Franklin, QB 6-1 190 South Plantation Undecided
18. Matt Dayes, RB 5-8 215 Cypress Bay N.C. State
19. Sojourn Shelton, DB 5-9 165 Plantation Undecided
20. Tyler Cogswell, QB 6-5 230 American Heritage Arkansas
21. Adrian Baker, DB 6-1 165 Chaminade-Madonna FSU
22. Robert Miller, S 6-1 195 Taravella Undecided
23. Jordan Budwig, OL 6-4 315 University School Undecided
24. Bryant Gross, S 6-0 190 American Heritage Undecided
25. Alex Montgomery, WR 6-1 210 Cypress Bay Wake Forest

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