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Times' top 25 Tampa Bay football recruits for 2014

Times' top 25

Name, school Position Ht/Wt School(s)

1. Artavis Scott, East Lake WR 5-10/175 Clemson

2. Mason Cole, East Lake OL 6-4/285 Michigan

3. Isaiah Wynn, Lakewood OL 6-2/272 Georgia

4. Montel McBride, Plant City OL 6-4/329 Alabama

5. Kyle Gibson, Armwood S 6-0/170 Vanderbilt

6. Corey Martinez, Tampa Catholic OL 6-4/297 FSU

7. Reilly Gibbons, St. Petersburg Catholic OL 6-6/292 Miami

8. T.J. Harrell, Tampa Catholic LB/RB 6-1/210 Undecided: Texas, Louisville, Michigan State

9. Amani Oruwariye, Gaither DB 6-1/180 Undecided: Penn State, Vandy

10. Deiondre Porter, Jefferson ATH 6-1/166 Florida

11. Justus Reed, Clearwater CC DE 6-3/216 Florida

12. Tajee Fullwood, Tampa Bay Tech ATH 6-1/189 USF

13. Cordell Hudson, Largo DB 5-11/160 Syracuse

14. Andrew Beck, Plant LB 6-3/227 Texas

15. Tre Watson, Tampa Catholic LB 6-2/230 Illinois

16. Vincent Jackson, Jesuit LB 6-2/235 Undecided: USF, Missouri, Texas Tech

17. Marcus Applefield, Weeki Wachee OL 6-6/280 Rutgers

18. Devin Abraham, East Lake S 5-10/180 USF

19. Mike Johnson, Countryside DB 5-11/175 Undecided: Marshall, Syracuse, UCF

20. Maurice Hall, Gibbs LB 6-1/186 Marshall

21. Ray Raulerson, Plant OL 6-4/278 Tennessee

22. Gary Brown, Alonso OL 6-3/293 Georgia Tech

23. Zach Hudson, Sickles OL 6-5/265 USF

24. Rohan Blackwood, Nature Coast DE 6-5/210 Undecided: USF, Marshall, Wisconsin

25. Josh Black, Sickles LB 6-2/225 Undecided: USF, Marshall, Arizona

Note: Top schools being considered are listed for undecided recruits.

Times' top 25 Tampa Bay football recruits for 2014 01/24/14 [Last modified: Friday, January 24, 2014 6:10pm]
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