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Illinois defensive end Bobby Roundtree was a multi-sport star at Largo High, from where he graduated in 2017.
The University of Illinois football standout was partially paralyzed following the swim accident.
The University of Florida standout won both the 800 and 1,500 to qualify for his first Summer Games.
Also taken on Day 2: Sunlake alum Tommy Mace, Jefferson grad Robby Martin Jr. and Alonso product Franco Aleman.
Florida State/Calvary Christian catcher Matheu Nelson also is drafted on Sunday.

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  1. Shaquem Griffin has been an inspirational story in NFL circles for the way he reached professional football after having his left hand amputated when he was 4 years old.
  2. Erriyon Knighton, center, finishes third in the men's 200-meter final at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials last month in Eugene, Ore. Noah Lyles, right, celebrates after winning ahead of Kenny Bednarek, left, and Knighton.
  3. Illinois defensive end Bobby Roundtree was a multi-sport star at Largo High, from where he graduated in 2017.
  4. John Capel was among the United States' top sprinters during the early 2000s.
  5. Tampa Bay teams have celebrated several championships this past year and earned the Lombardi Trophy and Stanley Cup, among many, many others.
  6. Nicholas Petit-Frere, a Berkeley Prep alumnus at Ohio State, and a Tampa tech company signed one of the first deals of the name, image and likeness era.
  7. Mike Norvell should be celebrating FSU's current top-five recruiting class.
  8. Tampa's Erriyon Knighton, middle, finishes third in the 200-meter final at the U.S. Olympic trials behind winner Noah Lyles, right, and Kenny Bednarek, left, on Sunday night in Eugene, Ore.
  9. Berkeley Prep linebacker TJ Bullard committed to UCF on Saturday evening.
  10. Former Armwood High standout Adam Sollazzo, 31, helped lead his pro team in Lugo, Spain, to the LEB Oro division title  on Sunday.
  11. Former Countryside High swimmer and current Florida Gator Bobby Finke at the medal ceremony after winning the men's 800-meter freestyle final at the U.S. Olympic trials Thursday in Omaha, Neb.
  12. Mississippi's Tim Elko points skyward as he runs around the bases after hitting his second home run against Southern Mississippi during an NCAA regional game Monday in Oxford, Miss.
  13. New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso accused Major League Baseball of manipulating the baseballs to harm the earning potential for star free agents and players eligible for arbitration.
  14. Rays first baseman Ji-Man Choi celebrates in the dugout after his game-tying home run in the sixth inning of a 9-7 win against the Blue Jays on May 21 at TD Ballpark in Dunedin.
  15. Tampa Bay Tech receiver Greg Gaines has official visits planned for every weekend in June to take advantage of the end of the NCAA's dead period.
  16. FSU football coach Mike Norvell and his staff have instructed more than 3,000 children so far during their series of free clinics across the state.
  17. Armwood High's Warren Thompson was one of the four local players who signed as part of Willie Taggart's 2018 class at Florida State. All four are gone (or on their way out).
  18. The Bloomingdale High baseball team celebrates after winning the Class 6A state tile, 5-1 over Orange Park Fleming Island in Fort Myers on Saturday.
  19. Hernando shortstop Solaris Genberg was the only Leopards runner to reach second base Friday in a 5-0 loss to Eustis in the Class 4A title game.
  20. Land O' Lakes freshman pitcher Mia Fields throws 6.2 innings in a 7-6 loss to Fort Myers in the Class 5A state final Friday night. Fields allowed eight hits, struck out four and walked eight.
  21. A jubilant Holy Names team, led by pitcher Belle Sardja, celebrates the softball program's first state title after defeating Windermere Prep for the Class 3A championship in Clermont on Thursday night.
  22. Canterbury starts the celebration moments after the Crusaders sealed up a 3-1 Class 2A state final victory over Jacksonville University Christian on Wednesday night. It was the fifth state title for Canterbury and coach Jody Moore, all won in the past 10 years.
  23. The Dunedin baseball team wins a Class 4A region final Wednesday night, returning to state.
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