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Brandon Walton's ability to play multiple spots on the offensive line just might land him a permanent position with the Bucs.
The former Seminole High School star is opening eyes with his versatility and has a good shot of earning a roster spot.
John Romano | His FSU and NBA careers were troubled, but Benny Clyde was once the talk of the streets.
The Florida State pitcher is selected at No. 54 overall in the second round.
The fleet linebacker helped lead the Tigers to a state title last fall.

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  1. Brandon Walton's ability to play multiple spots on the offensive line just might land him a permanent position with the Bucs.
  2. Benny Clyde was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player when Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls won the national championship in 1971.
  3. Ryanne Jackson putts for par on hole 17 during the second round of the 2022 U.S. Adaptive Open last month at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
  4. The Steinbrenner High School Twitter account. The football players at the school are building character by returning shopping carts.
  5. Florida State left-handed pitcher Parker Messick struck out 144 batters and walked just 18 during his redshirt sophomore season.
  6. Elijah Green hit leadoff and played centerfield for IMG Academy's national team during the 2022 season. Courtesy of IMG Academy
  7. Parker Messick recorded 289 strikeouts in 200 1/3 innings during his Florida State career, while walking just 43 batters.
  8. Mississippi's Tim Elko holds the trophy while celebrating a win over Oklahoma in Game 2 of the College World Series baseball finals Sunday in Omaha, Neb.
  9. Lakewood High edge rusher Isaiah Nixon flipped from UCF to the Florida Gators.
  10. Plant High 16-year-old junior Jayden Spencer (No. 1 jersey) shaves the head of Bucs vice-president of player personnel John Spytek during the team's "Cut and Color for a Cure" fundraiser June 8 at AdventHealth Training Center. Quarterback Kyle Trask (right) got his head shaved and colored at the event, which raised $117,000 for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. JOEY KNIGHT | Times
  11. Moments after the final out was made in the Class 3A state softball final Thursday night, Calvary Christian players swarm freshman pitcher Morgen Talley, hugged in center. Calvary defeated Hernando 7-4 to claim the first state softball title for the Warriors.
  12. North Broward Prep players celebrate as Berkeley Prep second baseman Anthony Castillo stops between first and second base following the final out of the Class 3A final. North Broward Prep won 5-3.
  13. A Tampa Prep volleyball player spontaneously picks up Carol Chalu, the school's athletic director, as Chalu hands out gold medals following the Terrapins' victory in the Class 2A state final in 2001. Chalu won 12 state titles in 21 seasons as Tampa Prep coach and spent more than 30 years as the school's athletic director.
  14. Jesuit rightfielder Jake Kulikowski, left front, and AJ Nessler, holding state trophy, help begin the celebration for the Tigers moments after Jesuit sealed up a 6-0 victory over Melbourne Eau Gallie in the Class 5A state title game on Saturday.
  15. Robinson won its sixth straight flag football state title Saturday in Jacksonville, defeating Choctawhatchee 18-14 in the Class A state final.
  16. Wharton coach Tommy Tonelli, left, and Bloomingdale coach Shawn Vanzant during the 2021 ceremony to retire the No. 2 jersey Vanzant wore at Wharton from 2003-2007. The first Wildcats player to have his jersey formally retired, Vanzant has been hired to replace Tonelli as Wildcats coach. Tonelli announced his retirement in April.
  17. Safety Dane Belton, a Tampa native who played at Iowa, is projected as a Day 3 pick in this week's NFL draft.
  18. Florida Gators defensive lineman Zachary Carter (6) is hoping his versatility will help him in the NFL.
  19. Byron Pringle signed with the Bears last month after spending four seasons with the Chiefs, where he won a Super Bowl and appeared in another.
  20. King High baseball players lift coach Jim Macaluso after his 600th career victory, a 5-3 triumph against Hillsborough on March 2, 2017. The school's baseball field is being named in Macaluso's honor.
  21. Baltimore Orioles relief pitcher Joey Krehbiel, a Seminole High School grad, is wearing these specially designed cleats as the Rays play the Orioles this weekend. His agent connected him with Eckerd College student Abby O’Donnell, who runs a side business designing shoes.
  22. Cambridge Christian football players join their opponents in prayer after a game.
  23. Members of The Mitchell High hockey team skate during a practice at Tampa Bay Skating Academy in March. The team advanced to the USA Hockey nationals for the second time in program history.
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