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HomeTeam 100: Players 21-30

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Thu. August 16, 2012 | John C. Cotey | Email

HomeTeam 100: Players 21-30

The talent gets tougher the closer we get to the top. Catch up on missed installments here: 

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  • 21. Will Worth

    2011 stats:

    66-for-132, 925 yards, nine TDs; 1020 yards rushing; 74 tackles

    The breakdown:

    The 6-1, 195-pound throwback can throw, run and tackle. He never leaves the field, whether as the starting quarterback or as a linebacker for Newsome.

  • 22. Juwan Brown

    2011 stats:

    49-for-96, 776 yards; seven total TDs

    The breakdown:

    The Packers’ 6-1, 180-pound sweet-slinging southpaw has weapons all around him and this will be his best season. The senior’s offered as a QB and safety, so look for big things on both sides of the ball.

  • 23. Shaquill Griffin

    2011 stats:

    NA

    The breakdown:

    What? You didn’t really think we were going to break up these 6-1, 183-pound senior twins, did you? We’re all about family here at HomeTeam. Shaquill lines up at defensive back, while Shaquem's a linebacker, but both of these UCF commitments both bring the hammer and are two of the most athletic players around.

  • 23. Shaquem Griffin

    2011 stats:

    NA

    The breakdown:

    What? You didn’t really think we were going to break up these 6-1, 183-pound senior twins, did you? We’re all about family here at HomeTeam. Shaquill lines up at defensive back, while Shaquem's a linebacker, but both of these UCF commitments both bring the hammer and are two of the most athletic players around.

  • 24. Jarvis Stewart

    2011 stats:

    89 carries, 730 yards, 12 TDs in six games

    The breakdown:

    The Largo RB (6-0, 180) had injuries and personal problems in 2011, but at full strength physically and mentally the junior makes a case for being Tampa Bay’s most promising back. His high ranking may surprise some, but the tools are there.

  • 25. David Emmanuel

    2011 stats:

    1,325 yards, 132 carries, 22 total touchdowns

    The breakdown:

    This Pirates senior (6-1, 190) is the best back you haven’t heard of, strong both inside and outside. Over the past two seasons he has 13 100-yard games and 13 multiple touchdown outings.

  • 26. George Campbell

    2011 stats:

    81 tackles, two INTs

    The breakdown:

    This East Lake sophomore (6-4, 181) is arguably the best 2015 prospect in Tampa Bay and will play everywhere on defense, from safety to corner to linebacker to defensive end. He’ll also line up as a wide receiver.

  • 27. Xavier Johnson

    2011 stats:

    216 carries, 1,568 yards, 16 total TDs

    The breakdown:

    This 5-9, 170-pound Chamberlain senior RB exploded on the scene last year with a 258-yard game against Wharton and 269 yards vs. Steinbrenner. Speedy and strong, he’ll be the main cog in the Chiefs’ offense again.

  • 28. Byron Cowart

    2011 stats:

    NA

    The breakdown:

    The most amazing thing about this Armwood DE? He’s only a sophomore. At 6-4, 225 pounds, he looks college ready, and the big ones — like Alabama, LSU and USC — are already taking a close look.

  • 29. Corey Martinez

    2011 stats:

    NA

    The breakdown:

    We guess when your first three offers are from USF, FSU and Miami, you must be doing something right. At 6-4, 290, the Tampa Catholic junior is a bullish blocker and will open the door for a 1,000-yard rusher in 2012.

  • 30. Isaiah Wynn

    2011 stats:

    NA

    The breakdown:

    The Lakewood junior OG (6-3, 266) has shown a good punch and explosion in camp settings, earning MVP honors a few times this offseason. Now he needs to translate that to the field performance, where he can be dominant.

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