April 18th, 2013 05:50pm

ESPN releases recruiting and team rankings

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ESPN released its first 2014 recruiting and team rankings on Thursday.

Texas took the top spot and Florida checked in at No. 2, followed by Texas A&M, LSU and Florida State.

Four of UF’s nine commits made the ESPN150, which is less than half of what the Gators debuted with in 2013. Nine of their verbals were in the initial rankings last year, but they already had 15 members in the class.

Florida once again leads all states with 26 players in the ESPN150. However, the Sunshine State had six five-stars in the previous recruiting cycle and there are currently none for 2014.

Here’s are the UF commits and targets in the ESPN150.

COMMITS

No. 20 — Dalvin Cook (No. 4 running back)
No. 45 — Will Grier (No. 2 dual-threat quarterback)
No. 76 — Christian Miller (No. 2 outside linebacker)
No. 143 — Anthony Moten (No. 10 defensive tackle)

TARGETS

No. 3 — Andrew Brown (No. 1 defensive tackle)
No. 4 — Da’Shawn Hand (No. 1 defensive end)
No. 5 — Adoree’ Jackson (No. 1 cornerback)
No. 8 — Speed Noil (No. 1 athlete)
No. 10 — Lamont Gaillard (No. 2 defensive tackle)
No. 12 — David Sharpe (No. 2 offensive tackle)
No. 14 — Lorenzo Carter (No. 3 defensive end)
No. 15 — Raekwon McMillan (No. 1 inside linebacker)
No. 19 — Jalen Tabor (No. 4 cornerback)
No. 23 — Jamal Adams (No. 3 safety)
No. 25 — Ermon Lane (No. 1 wide receiver)
No. 26 — Lorenzo Featherston (No. 4 defensive end)
No. 31 — Gerald Willis III (No. 3 defensive tackle)
No. 43 — Johnnie Dixon (No. 4 wide receiver)
No. 48 — J.C. Jackson (No. 4 athlete)
No. 55 — Alex Bars (No. 7 offensive tackle)
No. 59 — Clifton Garrett (No. 3 inside linebacker)
No. 67 — Jamarco Jones (No. 8 offensive tackle)
No. 79 — Travis Rudolph (No. 8 wide receiver)
No. 80 — Denzel Ware (No. 9 defensive end)
No. 81 — Chris Lammons (No. 10 athlete)
No. 82 — D.J. Smith (No. 11 cornerback)
No. 85 — Artavis Scott (No. 9 wide receiver)
No. 87 — Parrker Westphal (No. 12 cornerback)
No. 88 — Dillon Bates (No. 3 outside linebacker)
No. 93 — Thomas Holley (No. 8 defensive tackle)
No. 98 — Garrett Brumfield (No. 4 offensive guard)
No. 104 — Jacob Pugh (No. 5 outside linebacker)
No. 110 — Wesley Green (No. 13 cornerback)
No. 111 — Justin Thornton (No. 13 defensive end)
No. 113 — Isaiah Wynn (No. 5 offensive guard)
No. 115 — Armanti Foreman (No. 14 wide receiver)
No. 146 — Khairi Clark (No. 11 defensive tackle)

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Comments

10 Comments

  1. April 18th, 2013 6:46 pm

    Thanks Zach! Hopefully soon you can do a write up on the new coaches and how they may pan out in recruiting and to what effect the loss of Coach Young will have.

    (that is if you have not already done so, end of the semester crunch)

    by Ken


  2. April 18th, 2013 6:47 pm

    LOL! FSU will fall out of the top 12 by the time recruiting is done for the 2013 year and ends on NSD in February 2014. They ended up out of the top 10 this past year with a concensus #11 class after being concensus #10 the year before.

    UF? Concensus #5 the year before and Concensus #4 this past year. UF has absolutely owned the state in recruiting the last two years.

    by Gator Todd


  3. April 18th, 2013 7:44 pm

    by Zach Abolverdi


  4. April 18th, 2013 8:55 pm

    I hope we are shooting for the moon this year with so few scholarships. Glad to see them still offering people. Don’t want to be on the out side looking in if someone decommits.

    by J


  5. April 18th, 2013 10:04 pm

    these high rankings mean absolutely NOTHIN!! they have to be coached up–Zook could recruit too, and we know what happened there!!!

    by larry


  6. April 19th, 2013 10:39 am

    GATOR TURD, you are a typical gator and an idiot if you think you have dominated FSU in recruiting the last few years.

    by NOLE4EVER78


  7. April 19th, 2013 11:51 am

    NOLE,

    How’s all that “talent” working out for ya? LOL

    by GatorCooken


  8. April 20th, 2013 10:08 am

    noleforever69, we own FSU in everything including academics. The only thing you are queens of is the circus.

    by Nole Crapper


  9. April 20th, 2013 10:28 am

    [...] Knox added there’s a chance he could decommit if the Gators land another prospect at his position. They currently lead for Denzel Ward and are in great shape with Sharpe, who is the nation’s second best offensive tackle and No. 12 overall prospect in the ESPN150. [...]

    by Knox knocking on the decommitment door | Gator Prospectus Gator Prospectus - Gator Sports - Gainesville, FL - Archive


  10. April 20th, 2013 3:06 pm

    [...] is ranked the No. 5 offensive guard and 113th overall prospect in the ESPN150. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Category [...]

    by Offer puts Florida among Wynn's favorites | Gator Prospectus Gator Prospectus - Gator Sports - Gainesville, FL - Archive


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