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Central Florida football recruiting class

UCF Knights recruiting class
Name, School Pos Ht/Wt
Demetris Anderson, Fort Pierce Westwood DT 6-2/285
Brandon Bragg, Orlando University DB 6-1/190
Terran Buck, DuPage (Ill.) CC LB 6-2/235
Tarik Cook, Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson OL 6-2/294
Raymond Cottman, Glendale (Ariz.) CC LB 6-2/225
Jeremy Davis, New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford S 6-0/188
Bruce Dukes, Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek CB 5-10/170
Mike Easton, Winter Haven S 6-0/180
Joey Grant, Altamonte Springs Lake Brantley DE 6-4/245
Troy Gray, Kennesaw (Ga.) North Cobb LB 6-1/220
Deion Green, Orlando Edgewater DE 6-3/220
Rannell Hall, Miami Carol City WR 6-2/175
Cameron Henderson, Navarro (Texas) JC DE 6-5/250
Jared Henry, Jacksonville First Coast DB 6-1/190
Kentorius Jackson, Georgia Military JC DB 6-2/182
Toby Jackson, Navarro (Texas) JC DE 6-5/265
Jose Jose, Eastern Arizona JC DT 6-3/330
Jacques Mackeroy, Lakeland Kathleen WR 6-0/200
Kevin Miller, Delran (N.J.) Holy Cross TE 6-4/241
Willie Mitchell, Deltona Pine Ridge LB 6-1/225
Thomas Niles, Gainesville (Ga.) DT 6-2/260
Miles Pace, Miami Central LB 6-0/237
Breshad Perriman, Lithonia (Ga.) Arabia Mountain WR 6-2/180
Terrence Plummer, Fleming Island Orange Park LB 6-1/221
Cedric Thompson, Miramar Everglades RB 6-0/200
Justin Tukes, Sylvester (Ga.) Worth County TE 6-5/230
Dalton Wertz, Arcadia DeSoto DT 6-1/185
UCF Knights recruiting class
Name, School Pos Ht/Wt
Demetris Anderson, Fort Pierce Westwood DT 6-2/285
Brandon Bragg, Orlando University DB 6-1/190
Terran Buck, DuPage (Ill.) CC LB 6-2/235
Tarik Cook, Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson OL 6-2/294
Raymond Cottman, Glendale (Ariz.) CC LB 6-2/225
Jeremy Davis, New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford S 6-0/188
Bruce Dukes, Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek CB 5-10/170
Mike Easton, Winter Haven S 6-0/180
Joey Grant, Altamonte Springs Lake Brantley DE 6-4/245
Troy Gray, Kennesaw (Ga.) North Cobb LB 6-1/220
Deion Green, Orlando Edgewater DE 6-3/220
Rannell Hall, Miami Carol City WR 6-2/175
Cameron Henderson, Navarro (Texas) JC DE 6-5/250
Jared Henry, Jacksonville First Coast DB 6-1/190
Kentorius Jackson, Georgia Military JC DB 6-2/182
Toby Jackson, Navarro (Texas) JC DE 6-5/265
Jose Jose, Eastern Arizona JC DT 6-3/330
Jacques Mackeroy, Lakeland Kathleen WR 6-0/200
Kevin Miller, Delran (N.J.) Holy Cross TE 6-4/241
Willie Mitchell, Deltona Pine Ridge LB 6-1/225
Thomas Niles, Gainesville (Ga.) DT 6-2/260
Miles Pace, Miami Central LB 6-0/237
Breshad Perriman, Lithonia (Ga.) Arabia Mountain WR 6-2/180
Terrence Plummer, Fleming Island Orange Park LB 6-1/221
Cedric Thompson, Miramar Everglades RB 6-0/200
Justin Tukes, Sylvester (Ga.) Worth County TE 6-5/230
Dalton Wertz, Arcadia DeSoto DT 6-1/185

Central Florida football recruiting class 02/03/11 [Last modified: Thursday, February 3, 2011 12:09am]
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