Charles Fishbein’s top 10 interior OL in Florida in 2020

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As Florida State looks to rebuild its offensive line, these are among the top 10 guards and centers to watch from the 2020 signing class. We use the following ranking system to evaluate prospects:

Ranking -10 (National Elite Recruit)

9-(Top ranked National Recruit)

8-(Top ranked regional Recruit)

7-(P5/FBS prospects)

6-(FBS-FCS)

1.    Willie Moise – Hollywood Chaminade (6-4, 265)

·         Ranking: (8) One thing you notice with Moise on the field is his athletic ability. He runs very well for a big guy. He is athletic enough that some teams may recruit him as a defensive tackle. Some will keep him on offense and play him at guard. (Reported offers: Committed to Miami)

2.     Jonathan Denis – South Dade (6-3, 270)

·         Ranking: (8) Denis is athletic enough to get to the linebackers and safeties and move them down the field. He has good feet. He is able to come off the ball and get into a defender’s body quickly. He also plays with a mean streak. (Miami, Florida, FAMU, FAU, FSU, Kentucky, Southern Miss and Tulane)

3.     Antonio Smith – Ocala Vanguard (6-2, 275)

·         Ranking: (7) His size is the main reason Smith does not see more offers. If he was 6-4 or taller there would be more P5 schools recruiting him. (Committed to Miami)

4.     Jai’Mari Herbert – Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas (6-3, 255)

·         Ranking: (7) Herbert is a kid that plays hockey. That should tell you what he is like on his feet. He played at Douglas last year and now has moved on to St. Thomas Aquinas. He comes from a football family. (Reported offers: Louisville, Pittsburgh, Syracuse)

5.     Delonus Kabir – Belle Glade Glades Central (6-3, 290) 

·         Ranking: (7) Kabir put on a very impressive performance at the Nike Camp. He displayed power on many of his reps. He has a strong upper body and good luck trying to move him off the ball. He is a very good pass protector. He displayed quick feet and the ability to move laterally. (Reported offers: Southern Miss, UCF) 

6.     Jovens Janvier – Miami Christian (6-4, 315)

·         Ranking: (7) Janvier is a kid that really needs to work on his technique. He gets by because of how much bigger and stronger Jovens is at his level. He does not bend real well and when going against the competition, Jovens just tries and tosses everyone to the ground. That will not work at his level. (Reported offers: Committed to Florida)

7.     Evan Anderson – Orlando Jones (6-3, 325)

·         Ranking: (7) Anderson is athletic enough to play on the defensive line. He is a big kid who moves well. He will make some plays that are athletic especially for someone his size. (Reported offers: Toledo, FAU and FIU)

8.     Hunter Zambrano – American Heritage (6-4, 290)

·         Ranking: (7) His brother started and excelled at Heritage. He looks just like him. Hunter has added weight to his 6-4 frame and expect him to get bigger. (Reported offers: Southern Miss and Morgan State)  

9.     Neville Brown – Palm Beach Dwyer (6-4, 275)

·         Ranking: (7) Brown is one of those kids that wants to get better. He came to our camp and worked out for two sessions in one day. He was very coachable. While he is raw there is talent to work with. (Reported Offer: Southern Miss) 

10. David Anderton – Orlando Edgewater (6-3, 300)

·         Ranking: (7) You will see him come off the ball with aggressiveness. He is one of those guys that gets off the ball and gets into a defensive lineman quickly. He has good feet. He needs to work on his technique but that part of his game should come around. (Reported Offers: Coastal Carolina, Colorado State, FIU, Troy State, UAB, Middle Tennessee State)

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