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Charles Fishbein’s top 10 tight ends in Florida in 2020

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Four of the top six tight ends in Florida in the 2020 class have made verbal commitments. There are options for Florida State and other schools, though. We take a look at the top 10 tight end prospects.

Ranking

10 (National Elite Recruit)

9-(Top ranked National Recruit)

8-(Top ranked regional Recruit)

7-(P5/FBS prospects)

6-(FBS-FCS)

1.     Dominic Mammarelli – Naples High (6-4, 230)

·         Ranking: (8) Dominic plays in a run-orientated offense. He is expected to block in Naples’ offense. He is very effective in the pass game. He can stretch the middle of the field and forces your defense to account for him. (Reported Offers: Committed to Miami)

2.     Jonathan Odom – Tampa Jesuit (6-6, 240)

·        Ranking: (8) Odom is fighting for the top spot. He is a complete player and should receive offers from everyone in the country. He has the complete skill set to play tight end in college. (Reported Offers: Committed to Florida)

3.     Diego LaMonica – Miami Gulliver Prep (6-4, 220)

·         Ranking: (8) Watched him at University of Miami summer camp and came away very impressed. Diego has the size and speed to be a mismatch for opposing defenses. He can catch the ball well. You throw the ball up to Diego and he will come down with it. (Reported Offers: A large number including Oregon, Southern Miss, Tulane, UTSA, Virginia, Wake, WKU)

4.     Sage Ennis-Tallahassee Lincoln (6-5, 215)

Ranking: (7) Academically, Ennis is already qualified and receiving interest from P5 programs. He is a prospect that will continue to draw interest. He has good size and hands. (Reported Offers: Committed to Clemson)

5.     Jake Ray – Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (6-4, 235)

·         Ranking: (7) Ray has had a very good off-season. He has stood out at camps. Now if he can put it all together on Friday Nights, he could see his recruitment really heat up.Ray transferred from Palm Beach Central.  (Reported Offers: Missouri, Boston College)  

6.     Jordan Davis – Sanford Seminole (6-4, 225)

·         Ranking: (7) Here is a prospect we saw stand out at a recent event. He has size and speed. It is early in the process but Davis has already committed to UCF. He will still get recruited heavily this spring. (Reported Offers: Committed to UCF)

7.     Cayden Baker – Fort Myers (6-6, 270)

·         Ranking: (7) Cayden is a good athlete. You will see him play on offense and defense in high school. He is best suited to playing offensive tackle at the next level. He is a raw prospect but the upside is there with this kid. (Reported Offers: Miami, Southern Miss)

8.     Ralph Mency – Jacksonville Ribault (6-3, 225)

·         Ranking: (7) Mincey is a prospect that plays on both sides of the field. He is a very athletic tight end. You put him on the defensive line and you may end up with an elite player. (Reported Offers: Committed to Ohio)

9.     Cornelius Forrest – Jacksonville Sandalwood (6-4, 234)

·         Ranking: (7) Forrest is a big kid who is going to create mismatches across the middle of the field. He is too big for a defensive back to cover. He is too fast for a linebacker to cover. He is also a solid downfield blocker. (Reported Offers: Rutgers, Marshall, Syracuse, South Alabama, UAB, Bowling Green, Colorado State, UConn, ECU, Troy State)

10.  Joseph Kirner – Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (6-4, 210)

·         Ranking: (7) Kirner is a good pass catching tight end. The question with him is his blocking. He does not finish guys off. But you can put him in space and good luck trying to cover him with a linebacker. (Reported Offers: Kentucky, Louisville, Syracuse, Central Michigan)

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