Once a Clemson commit, then a Florida State commit and now a Clemson commit once again, one of the…
Mike's Eye: Florida: 56-60
56. JEFF HEUERMAN, 6-5, 240, Naples (Barron Collier) As a prospect: A good-sized TE prospect, he doesn't have blazing speed but he finds ways to get open. He's a high energy kid who can block and play on special teams, too. Junior Year: In a run oriented scheme, he had 12 catches for 300 yards and four touchdowns. Recruiting: This Ohio State commit had offers from Alabama, Boston College, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Memphis, Michigan, Purdue, Rutgers, South Carolina, USF, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. 57. RICARDO WILLIAMS, 6-5, 210, Homestead As a prospect: He has ideal height and athleticism and got to the quarterback a bunch last season. He'll need to add weight and more pass rushing moves to make a transition to the next level. Junior Year: He scored 3 times as a tight end and had 16 sacks defensively earning him Second Team All-County. Recruiting: FSU, UCF, and West Virginia are his top three and he says all three have already offered. 58. CORTEZ DAVIS, 6-4, 180, Daytona Beach (Mainland) As a prospect: He played corner all last season and has some legit cover skills. At 6-4, he covers a lot of ground at safety. He's also a top notch basketball player and has all the athletic tools. He just has to put it all together and play up to his ability level and play more physical at safety. Junior Year: He had 42 tackles and three interceptions his junior season while playing corner for most of the season. Recruiting: This Clemson commit also had offers from Florida State, Mississippi, Oregon, and West Virginia. He originally committed to Clemson, then switched to FSU before going back to Clemson. 59. JORDAN WILLIAMS, 6-4, 230, Gainesville As a prospect: He's one of two Div 1 DE prospects at GHS (Travarris Saulsberry being the other) but Williams has a little more upside. He's played a lot of linebacker and is very quick and athletic. He has a lot of tools and just needs to make a smooth transition to playing end while still making plays. Junior Year: He finished his junior season with 45 tackles and eight sacks as one of two Div 1 DE prospects on his team. Recruiting: Oregon, USF, and Louisville are his top three, but has other offers from Marshall, Maryland, North Carolina State, and Syracuse. 60. CHRIS JONES, 6-4, 260, Jacksonville (Raines) As a prospect: He has ideal athleticism for his size. He's played both DE and DT but he's outgrown end and will need to add weight and handle the load inside. He has the tools to make it happen. Junior Year: During his junior year, he had 50 pancakes and five sacks. Recruiting: His offers include East Carolina, Iowa State, North Carolina and Tennessee but he remains wide open with recruiting right now.
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