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2013 UCF Golden Knights signing class


Player Pos. Ht/Wt School
Deondre Barnett LB 6-3/220 Cocoa
Jake Berman LB 6-1/230 Naples Barron Collier
Chequan Burkett LB 6-2/220 Montgomery (Ala.) Carver
Aaron Evans OL 6-5/280 Armwood
Shaquem Griffin DB 6-1/183 Lakewood
Shaquill Griffin DB 6-0/184 Lakewood
Antonio Guerad DL 6-4/280 Tampa Bay Tech
Tate Hernly G 6-4/290 Fort Myers
Blake Keller DL 6-2/225 Bradenton Manatee
Seyvon Lowry DE 6-3/225 Jacksonville First Coast
Mario Mathis LB 6-1/240 Thomasville (Ga.)
Justin McDonald LB 6-2/200 Lauderhill Boyd Anderson
Jordan Prestwood OL 6-6/310 Plant City/Notre Dame
Micah Reed RB 5-11/210 Crestview
William Stanback ATH 6-0/210 Hempstead (N.Y.) Uniondale
Dontravious Wilson RB 5-11/215 Buford (Ga.)
Early enrollees
D.J. Killings DB 5-11/180 Jacksonville First Coast
Pete DiNovo QB 6-1/190 East Lake
Justin Holman QB 6-4/205 Snellville (Ga.) Stephenson

2013 UCF Golden Knights signing class

02/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 9:39pm]
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