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By Times Staff
Another national signing day is in the books. Let’s take one last look at how our local schools fared.
Top high school classes
1. Armwood: Quantity and quality. Ten of the Hawks’ 11 signees are Division I dudes, and the class packs a lot of punch with schools such as Oklahoma, Florida, South Carolina, USF, Wake Forest and Vanderbilt.
2. Berkeley Prep: Hard to top No. 1 recruit Nelson Agholor, but considering Schyler Myles is going to Kansas (over Florida, Notre Dame and West Virginia) and Reggie Barnes is off to the Air Force Academy, it’s a nice class.
3. Plant: Maybe the brainiest class, with eight signees (and one preferred walk-on) and a dash of star power with Antonio Crawford (Miami) and Drew Madhu (Stanford).
4. Gibbs: Gary Simon (Oklahoma) was a steal, Albert McCoy (Buffalo) is underrated and we’re including former OT Will Latu (now at College of the Canyons junior college), who also signed with Oklahoma.
5. Lakewood: Some guy switched to Florida at the last minute, Dante Fowler, in case you can’t recall the name, and Jevaris Little is off to Illinois.
6. Jefferson: In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Dragons produced lots of talent, starting with Tyriq McCord (Miami). Will Watson is MAC-bound to Bowling Green, and FIU picked up a good wide receiver in Adrian Jenkins.
7. Hillsborough: The Terriers will be a top three next year, we suspect, but guys such as Earl Moore (Miami) and Anthony Brown (Purdue) are something to be proud of.
8. Plant City: Two of their signees (Bennie Coney at Cincinnati and Dazmond Patterson at Ohio) are already in college, and LaMarlin Wiggins (USF) rounds out a good class that could be better once Sam Green and Jalen Butler land somewhere.
9. Pinellas Park: Jeremi Powell is going to Florida, but Iman Smith’s potential is what puts the Pats on this list. He’s headed to Middle Tennessee.