Cody Preble made an early decision and he hasn't backed off of that at all. Other schools have…
Mike's Eye: Florida: 86-90
86. KEVIN SOUSA, 6-4, 230, Orlando (Lake Nona) As a prospect: He's huge and he has a rocket for an arm. There isn't a better arm in Florida this year. He's a good athlete, too. He just needs to continue learning how to throw accurate passes, continue learning the position, and become a more efficient passer. The tools are all there, no question. Junior Year: This dual threat QB threw for 1,346 yards and eight touchdowns. He also ran for 916 yards. Recruiting: He is committed to Michigan but holds offers from Colorado State, FIU, Illinois, Louisville, Middle Tennessee, South Florida, UCF, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and West Virginia. 87. JAVARIUS ALLEN, 6-1, 210, Tallahassee (Lincoln) As a prospect: He showed flashes as a sophomore when he emerged as a major player on Lincoln's offense. Injuries have limited him lately. He's a between the tackles type of runner who lacks breakaway speed. His senior season will be telling following the injury. Junior Year: He missed his junior year due to an injury, but he had 162 carries for 1,044 yards and 10 touchdowns his sophomore year while helping lead his team to the state title game. Recruiting: He claims that Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Ole Miss, South Carolina, and Tennessee have all offered him. 88. JOHNATHAN AIKEN, 5-11, 180, Hollywood (Chaminade-Madonna) As a prospect: There may not have been a better kick blocking specialist anywhere in the state last year. He does a great job of that and it's something that will likely get him on the field as a college freshman somewhere next year. He's a pretty good safety, too. Junior Year: As a junior, he had 90 tackles and six blocked kicks on defense. Recruiting: Aiken's offers include Michigan, Illinois, Mississippi, Rutgers, UCLA and West Virginia. 89. CODY PREBLE, 6-5, 280, Lake Worth (Park Vista) As a prospect: He's got the right frame, he's a good enough athlete to play guard or tackle, and he has a good understanding of the game. A sharp student, Preble is a rock solid guard prospect who has some upside. Junior Year: His team ran for 2,834 yards and he was considered the top run blocker. Recruiting: This Wake Forest commit also sports offers from Marshall and Maryland. 90. KEITH BAXTER, 5-11, 180, Homestead As a prospect: The size/speed combo is what's most impressive about Baxter. You don't get much better at corner anywhere in the state. He's been limited with injuries and may miss time for being too old this fall. He has some question marks but the physical tools are there. Junior Year: He had 40 tackles, 2 interceptions, 1 interception returned for a touchdown, and one fumble recovery. Recruiting: He has to choose between his offers from FIU, Kansas State, Marshall, Memphis, New Mexico, Syracuse, and Western Kentucky.
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