Postseason South Florida Top 50 (41-50)

Postseason South Florida Top 50 (41-50)

Peter Ariz
Before the high school season began, I released a list of the top players in South Florida (Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County) regardless of class. After seeing another full season of these prospects, the new list is here. I will be releasing a new group of 10 each day until we reach 1-10. These rankings are based off of multiple things:

1) On-field production at the high school level.
2) Projected success at the next level. (Size/speed is a big part of this)
3) Importance to their team.

These are my evaluations from watching these prospects in games, camps, practices, highlights, etc.

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41. 2015 ATH - Torrance Gibson (6'4", 195) - American Heritage Plantation - Previously NR
The first 2015 prospect to make an appearance on this list already holds a Miami offer, which he received back in the summer after attending an Al Golden camp. Gibson will be Heritage's quarterback next season and has all the physical tools to be a great one. Some believe his college position is WR due to his size and athleticism, but I'm interested to see how he looks at quarterback next season. I expect Gibson to become a huge name by summertime.

42. 2014 WR/TE - Adly Enoicy (6'5", 220) - Atlantic - Previously #29
Enoicy is a big-bodied receiver, who projects as a tight end in college. He isn't an athletic freak, but moves well for his size and does a good job of pinpointing the ball at its highest point and coming down with it. He is great in jump ball situations and has exceptional body control. He scored 6 touchdowns this season.

Junior highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1992106/adly-enoicy

43. 2014 ATH - Jacob McCrary (6", 185) - Coral Reef - Previously #20
While McCrary has been talked about as a receiver, he was impressive as a defensive back this season. At receiver, he was a bit disappointing with only 13 catches this season (5 TD). He has the speed to break a game open on offense, but he could be a big asset on defense as well.

Junior highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1058167/highlights/37716404

44. 2014 CB - Trumaine Washington (5'9", 175) - Killian - Previously #47
Washington is a very good cover corner with playmaking ability. What he lacks in size, he makes up for in aggressiveness. He is good in run support and has good ball skills. He shut down Ermon Lane in their meeting this season.

Junior highlights:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxI5SZMykPU

45. 2013 RB - Daryl Chestnut (5'9", 190) - Columbus - Previously #42
Chestnut is a running back that I've been talking about for almost three years now. He has great feet and has a compact build that allows him to break tackles. He hits the hole well and can run away from defenders. He had an incredible year statistically, as he led Dade County in rushing for most of the year until an ankle injury slowed him down late in the year. Chestnut is committed to Texas Tech.

Senior highlights:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJU07Vq7Mo4

46. 2013 QB - Akeem Jones (6'2", 180) - Carol City - Previously #44
Jones is a personal favorite of mine, who I think will have a very successful college career in the spread offense. He is a good athlete at the quarterback position and has a great arm. Word is that he could be Marshall-bound, where he would be a great fit.

47. 2014 WR - Lamar "Marty" Parker (5'8", 170) - Booker T. Washington - Previously NR
Parker was one of Treon Harris' go-to receivers this season. He is the ideal slot guy with good quickness and change of direction. Parker is also a huge weapon in the return game. Look for his stock to go way up during the spring and summer circuit. He had 32 catches for 554 yards and 6 touchdowns this season.

Junior highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1505820/highlights/31994374

48. 2013 DB - Lamar Robbins (6'3", 180) - Southridge - Previously NR
Robbins is an intriguing prospect due to his length at corner. While he won't blow anybody way with an incredible 40 time, he is still fast enough to keep up with most receivers. If he can add some weight to his frame, this could be a player who blows up at the college level. Oklahoma and West Virginia are after him.

49. 2014 QB - Sean White (6'1", 185) - Chaminade - Previously NR
White is a very complete quarterback that grows on you the more you watch him. He has good athleticism and has a live arm. Posted an impressive 33-7 TD-to-INT ratio this season. Also ran for 5 touchdowns.

50. 2013 CB - Troy McCollum (6", 175) - North Miami - Previously NR
McCollum is a prospect who has caught my attention recently. He is a legitimate 6" with long arms and good hips. He is also a willing tackler. Was committed to FIU before the coaching change, but is now back open.
 

Comments (12)

Looking forward to these breakdowns, will add my 2 cents as I had a chance to check out a crap ton of games this year and also see a little on tape from coaches who had to face some of these guys in the coming weeks.

Really interested to see how that Torrance Gibson kid develops, fans would rave about that kid and b*itched and moaned when they stuck with the senior who struuuuggled in the playoff game, weeks later head coach is fired. I am sure there is more to it but that team is too talented to struggle like that. I know D$ has spoken highly of him from the camp also.
 
Looking forward to these breakdowns, will add my 2 cents as I had a chance to check out a crap ton of games this year and also see a little on tape from coaches who had to face some of these guys in the coming weeks.

Really interested to see how that Torrance Gibson kid develops, fans would rave about that kid and b*itched and moaned when they stuck with the senior who struuuuggled in the playoff game, weeks later head coach is fired. I am sure there is more to it but that team is too talented to struggle like that. I know D$ has spoken highly of him from the camp also.

Interested to see your comments along the way
 
In 2-3 years, Akeem Jones will be the most productive 2013 player from this grouping if he goes to Marshall.
 
So what prospects fell from the Top 50... Did Tim Irvin make the list this time :-D
 
In 2-3 years, Akeem Jones will be the most productive 2013 player from this grouping if he goes to Marshall.

Why doesn't he have more "Big" offers? This time last year he was getting tons of hype.
 
Chestnut remains committed to Tech despite TT's departure?
 
I would've liked to see Marquiese Blanchard work his way onto here. He led the county in sacks and stood out every time we saw him.
 

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