QB Quinton Flowers – Miami Jackson
Ranking: No. 9 in Larry Blustein’s Final Class of 2014 rankings
Blu’s Breakdown: Just as they did with Teddy Bridgewater and Rakeem Cato, many of those “experts” continue to want to take Flowers — perfectly capable of playing quarterback at the next level — and move him to a position he never played before. Why? This is easily one of the most dominating and dynamic dual-threat players we have had. His arm strength is unmatched – throwing the ball over 70 yards with accuracy. This is also someone who moves the chains with his legs. Winky is someone who was born to play this position.
DB Deatrick Nichols- Miami Central
Ranking: No. 23 in Larry Blustein’s Final Class of 2014 rankings
Blu’s Breakdown: Is there a more physical and aggressive cover-corner in the state of Florida than this impressive football talent? Here is a football player who will not back down from anyone. Nichols is a get-in-your-face kind of player who uses surprising strength, speed and athletic ability to make a difference. This is really an amazing football talent who continues to get better all of the time.
WR Stanley Clerveaux – North Miami
Blu’s Breakdown: His ability to catch the ball, get open and create double-teams, had every college coach who recruits this region, keeping an eye on his progress. He is a very fluid prospect who gets opens and makes those tough catches.
OL Michael Smith- Miami Central
Blu’s Breakdown: Perhaps the least publicized of all the linemen on the Rockets, Smith is a physical and quick prospect that has been singled out for his athletic ability. Headed to the University of South Florida next year, this is a player who has the chance to be very special. His size, speed and overall knowledge of the line positions will be a very valuable asset. Continue Reading by Clicking Here
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