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HomeTeam 30: Class of 2017's top football recruits

Hillsborough High defensive end Zachary Carter (54) moves to make contact with linebacker Joshua Alvarez (57) during football practice at Hillsborough High School on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016. (Andres Leiva, Times)
Published Jan. 29, 2017

1. DE Zachary Carter, Hillsborough (6-4, 250): Committed to Florida

2. WR Daquon Green, Tampa Bay Tech (6-1, 185): Committed to Florida

3. RB/S Devan Barrett, Tampa Catholic (6-0, 190): Committed to Auburn

4. OG Dillan Gibbons, Clearwater Central Catholic (6-4, 311): Committed to Notre Dame

5. RB Malik Davis, Jesuit (5-11, 190): Committed to Florida

6. DT Jordon Scott, Pinellas Park (6-1, 345): Early Oregon enrollee

7. ATH CJ Cotman, Clearwater Central Catholic (5-11, 180): Committed to North Carolina

8. ATH Juwan Burgess, Plant (6-0, 185): Committed to Indiana

9. WR Jacquez Jones, Clearwater (5-11, 170): Committed to Tennessee

10. QB Cade Weldon, Jefferson (6-2, 203): Early Miami enrollee

11. LB Decalon Brooks, Gaither (5-11, 197): Committed to FSU

12. WR Matt Landers, St. Petersburg (6-5, 182): Committed to Georgia

13. ATH Darrian McNeal, Armwood (5-9, 160): Committed to Oregon

14. DE Bobby Roundtree, Largo (6-5, 230): Indiana, Illinois, Louisville, Michigan State, among others

15. LB Thomas Allen, Plant (6-3, 220): Early Indiana enrollee

16. OG Jean Marcellus, Jefferson (6-3, 295): Committed to USF

17. RB Erin Collins, Armwood (5-10, 180): Committed to N.C. State

18. DE Tramar Reece, Clearwater (6-3, 210): Committed to Indiana

19. DE Jeremiah Zio, Admiral Farragut (6-7, 225): Committed to UCF

20. CB Zamari Maxwell, Pinellas Park (6-1, 175): Committed to UCF

21. LB Jabreel Stephens, Armwood (6-3, 228): USF, Louisville, Arizona, among others

22. CB Bentlee Sanders, Tampa Catholic (5-8, 164): Committed to USF

23. OT Tyler Knight, Northside Christian (6-5, 275): Early Indiana enrollee

24. WR/CB Whop Philyor, Plant (6-0, 175): Committed to Indiana

25. DE Xavier Lyas, Durant (6-5, 210): Committed to N.C. State

26. DT J'Bril Glaze, Jefferson (6-3, 250): Committed to Virginia Tech

27. QB Griffin Alstott, Northside Christian (6-2, 200): Committed to Purdue

28. WR Antoine Thompson, Plant City (6-1, 176): Committed to N.C. State

29. CB Rashaad Stewart, Clearwater Central Catholic (6-0, 175): Committed to Cincinnati

30. ATH Travell Harris, Jesuit (5-9, 170): Arizona, Missouri, Purdue, Washington State among others

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