2013 Football Top Florida Safeties(247)
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247Sports Rating Explanation
Each recruit we evaluate is assigned a numerical rating as well as a star rating. Ratings are determined by our recruiting analysts after countless hours of personal observations, film evaluation, and input from our network of scouts.
Players are first grouped qualitatively with a star rating, then given a numerical rating based on their future potential, and finally ranked according to these numerical ratings.
110 - 101 = Franchise Player. One of the best players to come along in years, if not decades. Odds of having a player in this category every year is slim. This prospect has "can’t miss" talent.
100 - 98 = Five-star prospect. One of the top 30 players in the nation. This player has excellent pro-potential and should emerge as one of the best in the country before the end of his career.
97 - 90 = Four-star prospect. One of the top 300 players in the nation. This prospect will be an impact-player for his college team. He is an All-American candidate who displays pro-potential.
89 - 80 = Three-star prospect. One of the top 10% players in the nation. This player will develop into a reliable starter for his college team and is among the best players in his region of the country.
79 - below = Two-star prospect. This player makes up the bulk of Division I rosters. He may have little pro-potential, but is likely to become a role player for his respective school.
|Leon McQuay III ||S||6-2||184||96||▼|
|Marcell Harris ||S||6-1||209||95||▼|
|Jamal Carter ||S||6-2||193||91||▼|
|Ahmad Thomas ||S||6-1||205||90||▼|
|Paris Bostick ||S||6-0.5||217||87||▼|
|Michael Stevenson ||S||6-0||175||87||▼|
|Nate Godwin ||ATH||5-11||185||87||▼|
|Mackenro Alexander ||S||6-0||186||87||▼|
|Terrence Ross ||S||6-2||185||86||▼|
|Treyon Garnett ||S||6-1||180||85||▼|
|Simeon Thomas ||S||6-4||190||85||▼|
|James Crawford ||S||6-2||190||85||▼|
|Nico Marley ||S||5-8||175||84||▼|
|Donel Elam ||OLB||6-1||200||84||▼|
|Malik Greaves ||S||6-3||200||84||▼|
|Hassan Childs ||S||6-1||175||84||▼|
|Austin Logan ||S||6-1||185||83||▼|
|Robert Miller ||S||6-2||190||82||▼|
|Kevin Williams ||S||6-2||175||81||1||▼|
|John Marvin ||S||6-0||186||81||▼|
|Darrion Richardson ||S||6-0||185||81||▼|
|Blake McClain ||S||6-0||185||80||▼|
|Matthew Milano ||S||6-1||205||80||▼|
|Xavier Swinton ||S||6-1||180||80||▼|
|Arthur Williams ||S||6-2||190||80||▼|
|Jalen Battle ||S||6-3||185||79||▼|
|Justin Williams ||S||6-1||180||78||▼|
|Shaquem Griffin ||S||6-1||185||78||▼|
|Bryant Gross ||S||6-1||188||78||▼|
|Barry Higdon ||S||6-2||185||77||▼|
|De'Andre Coley ||S||6-1||185||77||▼|
|Tyler Henderson ||S||5-11||190||76||▼|
|Wilkenson Myrtil ||CB||5-11||185||75||▼|
|Neil Morrison ||OLB||5-11||190||74||▼|
|Joseph Figueroa ||S||5-11||185||70||▼|
|Mike Almonte ||S||6-0||160||70||None||▼|