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2013 national signing day: FAMU, Bethune-Cookman, FIU, FAU,

Florida A&M signees

Chole Sims, OL, 6-3/275, Tallahassee Lincoln

Craig Smith, OL, 6-5/310, Royal Palm Beach

Addarius Willis, OL, 6-6/340, Grenada (Miss.) Holmes CC

Lemond Buice, RB, 6-1/220, Gaston, Ala./Clemson/Ariz. J.C.

Keonte Cash, FB, 6-0/300, Miami Belen Jesuit Prep

Traveze Robinson, QB, 6-1/190, Quincy East Gadsden

Victor Love, WR, 6-5/185, Orlando Oakridge

Joseph Williams, WR, 6-3/190, Royal Palm Beach

Darien Holston, DL, 6-6/280, Brookwood (Ga.)

Juwan Howard, DL, 6-3/250, Birmingham (Ala.) Woodlawn

Darius Tolbert, DL, 6-4/305, Orlando Edgewater

Tyrone Williams, DT, 6-2/295, Sumter (S.C.)

Curtis Alexander, LB, 6-1/220, Quincy East Gadsden

Jules Dornevil, DB, 5-10/170, Naples

Luke Helms, LB, 6-1/225, Tallahassee Godby

Craig Makey, DB, 6-0/180, Tallahassee Rickards

Shane Shroeder,LB, 6-4/230, Altamonte Springs

Raphael Smith, LB, 6-1/235, Durant

Tra'von Holmes, ATH, 5-8/165, Tallahassee Rickards

Brian Denmark, ATH, 6-3/185, Tallahassee Rickards

Bethune-Cookman signees

Darian Baker, WR, 5-10/174, Jacksonville Raines

Larry Brihm, QB, 6-0/210, Delray Beach Village Academy

Frank Brown, WR, 5-11/176, Palm Beach Gardens

Johnathan Cagle, P/K, 6-3/175, Pensacola Pine Forest

Jamal Cooper, DL, 6-4/280, Memphis Kirby HS/Coahoma CC

Jawill Davis, WR, 6-0/170, Miami American

Terique Debois, OL, 6-3/310, Bensalem (Pa.) Bensalem HS/Lackawanna CC

Jamal Dozier, WR, 6-1/160, Jacksonville Raines

Andrew Edouard, OL, 6-0/290, Philadelphia Overbrook/Lackawanna CC

Atreyu Farrior, ATH, 6-1/180, Lakeland Kathleen

Anthony Green, DT, 6-1/245, Lakeland Lake Gibson

Uriah Horne, OG, 6-3/260, McDonough (Ga.) Eagles Landing

William Koen III, OL, 6-4/250, Lawrenceville (Ga.) Mountain View

Dazzie Morris, OG, 6-2/260, Apopka

Dre'Sean Nelson, RB, 5-8/160, Ft. Lauderdale Dillard

Phillip Norman, OG, 6-4/280, Sebastian River

Larry Overstreet, RB, 6-0/200, Lehigh Acres HS/Fresno City College

Werley Placide, LB, 6-3/215, Boca Raton Olympic

Nathaniel Pryor, RB, 5-9/180, Sebastian River

Dishawn Ray, DT, 6-4/305, Jesup, (Ga.) Wayne County

Bruce Seymore, WR, 6-2/171, Jacksonville Raines

Jamaruz Thompkins, RB, 5-10, 185, Tampa Bay Tech

Devonte Washington, WR, 6-2/178, Jacksonville Raines

Shelton Willis, QB, 6-0/165, Daytona Beach Mainland

Florida International signees

James Cruise, OL, 6-5/275, Palm Beach Gardens

Alfonso Randolph, RB, 5-11/185, Ocala West Port

Vontarius West, DB, 6-0/185, Bartow

Jonathan Pavlov, TE, 6-4/215, North Palm Beach Benjamin School

Xavier Hines, DB, 6-0/175, Miami Belen Jesuit

Jonnu Smith, TE, 6-3/210, Ocala West Port

Silas Spearmann III, RB, 5-10/175, Loxahachee Seminole Ridge

Chris Flaig, OL, 6-5/305, Vero Beach

Jordan Guest, LB, 6-4/195, Miami Christopher Columbus

Shug Oyegunle, WR, 5-9/175, Gaither

Willie Smith, DB, 6-0/175, Bradenton Manatee

Jeremy Derrick, LB, 6-1/180, Hallandale Beach

Treyvon Williams, LB, 5-11/230, Miami Norland

Israel Paopao, QB , 6-1/240, Oceanside (Calif.)

Wilkenson Myrtil, DB, 6-0/185, Orlando Jones

Jordan Gibbs, LB, 6-1/220, Miami, Fla., Miami Killian

Jordan Budwig, OL, 6-4/330, Fort Lauderdale University School

Akheem Barton, DL, 6-2/235, Miami Norland

Florida Atlantic signees

Jace Banfell, 6-3/289, OL, Pensacola Catholic

Austin Bland, 6-3/265, OL, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

Dustin Bowens, 6-5/235, TE, Palm Coast Flagler

Reggie Brown, 5-11/170, CB, Jesuit

Lance Burlingame, 6-4/280, DT, Franklin, Mass. (New Bedford/Dean JC)

Derek Butcher, 6-4/295, DL, Delano, Minn. (Delano Senior/North Dakota State)

Marcus Clark, 5-8/185, CB, Tallahassee North Florida Christian

Andrew Curtis, 6-2/220, LB, Paradise Valley, AZ Brophy College Prep

Jeremy Faulk, 6-3/267, OL, Palatka

Greg Hankerson, 6-0/172, QB, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson

Tyler Henderson, 5-11/195, S, Crestview

Trey Hendrickson, 6-4/222, DE, Apopka

Jaquez Johnson, 6-1/225, QB, Starkville (Miss.) East Mississippi CC

DJ Juste, 6-2/185, QB, Port St. Lucie

Branden Lyons, 6-5/295, OL, Sonoma (Calif.) Sonoma Valley CC San Francisco

Marc Mauro, 6-1/195, S, Bayville, N.Y., Locust Valley/Nassau CC

Robert Miller, 6-2/190, DB, Fort Lauderdale Taravella

Bobby Mitchell, 6-2/175, ATH, St. Augustine

Robert Relf, 6-3/220, LB, Phoenix, (Ariz.) Brophy College Prep

Ronnie Scott, 5-10/165, CB, Panama City Chamberlain

Jakobi Smith, 6-4/250, OL, Miami, Coral Reef

Lester Thomas, 5-10/165, DB, Tallahassee Godby

Jay Warren, 6-0/195, RB, Navarre

Lucky Whitehead, 5-10/163, WR, Manassas (Va.) Osbourn/Dean College

Kalib Woods, 6-3/182, WR, Jacksonville Duncan Fletcher

2013 national signing day: FAMU, Bethune-Cookman, FIU, FAU, 02/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 11:35pm]
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