Consensus three-star offensive lineman known for tremendous strength and massive frame…rated as nation’s No. 33 offensive tackle and No. 21 overall prospect in Missouri by Rivals…ranked as No. 46 offensive tackle in class of 2019 and No. 19 prospect in Missouri by ESPN…four-year letterwinner…as a senior, led Trinity Catholic to state championship with 13-2 record…paved way for offense that averaged 48.4 points per game, scoring more than 50 points six times, and averaged 273.4 rushing yards per game…named AAAA second-team all-state following his senior season…as a junior, was named the AAA small division Lineman of the Year…part of Trinity Catholic team that went to Class 2 championship game his sophomore season…chose Florida State over several offers, including Florida and Auburn.
Consensus four-star defensive end…ranked No. 194 in ESPN300…listed as 15th-best strong side defensive end nationally and No. 22 overall prospect in Florida by 247Sports…contributed 55 tackles, 5.0 sacks, two interceptions and two pass breakups as a senior at Lehigh…missed majority of junior season due to injury…two-time Naples Daily News Big 15 prospect…competed at The Opening in Dallas in 2018…played in 2019 All-American Bowl…chose FSU over Alabama and Florida.
One of the top kicking prospects in the country known for his explosive leg…rated five-star kicker and No. 14 prospect in the country by Kohl’s Kicking…holds two Georgia state high school career records with 51 made field goals and eight 50+-yard field goals…as a senior made single-season state-record 22 field goals while earning first-team All-American by MaxPreps, first team All-American by Kohl’s Kicking and 2018 Chris Sailer Award…as a junior, made school-record 60-yard field goal, the fifth-longest in Georgia history by a high schooler, on his way to breaking state’s single-season record with six 50+-yard field goals…extended school record for longest field goal seven times…chose Florida State over Baylor, FAU, Army and Air Force among other offers.
Explosive athlete rated as consensus four-star defensive back…ranked as No. 14 cornerback in the country by ESPN and 17th at the position by 247Sports…played in 2019 Under Armour All-America Game…ironman athlete that lined up in defensive backfield and at quarterback his senior season at Madison County…finished high school career 38-2 and part of back-to-back 1A state championships his junior and senior seasons…as a senior, posted 44 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss, four interceptions and 15 pass deflections in the defensive backfield…while playing quarterback his senior season, was 1,300-yard passer and 1,000-yard rusher with 33 total touchdowns…as a junior totaled 59 tackles and eight interceptions, returning two for touchdowns…named to Class 1A all-state team and first-team All-Big Bend as defensive back…as a sophomore totaled 46 tackles and eight interceptions…lettered each year in basketball…as a junior on the court, averaged 15.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, 8.7 assists and 4.0 steals per game, finishing with 11 triple-doubles and being honored as the Big Bend Player of the Year…signed with the Seminoles over offers from Clemson, Alabama, Georgia and Auburn among others.
Powerful offensive lineman rated as four-star prospect by ESPN and three-star recruit by 247Sports and Rivals…listed as nation’s No. 39 offensive tackle and No. 68 overall prospect in Florida by ESPN…ranked 82nd in Florida by 247…as a senior, registered 37 pancake blocks while paving way for West Florida offense that averaged 162 rushing yards per game…named first-team all-area by Pensacola News Journal…invited to compete in local Subway High School All-Star Game…as a junior, helped lead Jaguars to 5A state championship game and 12-2 overall record…opened holes for offense that averaged 33.3 points per game and 193 rushing yards per game…named 5A second-team all-state by FloridaHSFootball and first-team all-area by Pensacola News Journal…high school teammates with current FSU wide receiver Keyshawn Helton…chose Florida State over Miami and Mississippi State among others.