Update: Top 2012 uncommitted prospects

Below is a list of my top 2012 prospects who have not made a verbal commitment to a school at this time

1. Nelson Agholor, Berkeley Prep, ATH: Best athlete on the field every game. Explosive playmaker, great size and frame. Very durable and versatile!

2. Tyriq McCord, Jefferson, DE: His athleticism as a tradition defensive end makes him one of the top recruited at his position. He has the ability to play with either hand in the dirt and he can stand up as a rush outside line backer.

3. Gary Simon, Gibbs, ATH: So much upside and talent. I project him as a corner. With his 6-2 frame and great hips, Simon will make some BCS school very happy

4. Austin Aikens, WR, Plant: Not flashy, not boastful, just productive. The 6-2 Panther receiver is sure handed, runs precise routes and will out jump any defender.

5. Stephen Buric, East Lake, TE: A true traditional TE who will get with great hands to get of blocks. He has good speed for his position and size (6-4/230) with excellent athletic ability. He can beat up smaller defenders and out run the larger ones.

6. Sean Culkin, Indian Rocks, TE: The new age TE who is able to play on the perimeter of the offense and cause for an absolute mismatch. Culkin is a big play guy who is able to track the ball in the air and provide a huge red zone threat.

7. Schyler Miles, Berkeley Prep, ILB: Quick first step, reads keys and take on any block. Able to fill the hole on the lead block and can also scrap to chase down outside runs.

8. Byron Pringle, Robinson, WR: Quietly one of the best talents in Tampa Bay. Excellent downfield speed and explosion from a standing position.

9. David Jones, St. Petersburg, ATH: The beautiful part of David’s game is his versatility. He is smooth with everything he does. It never looks like he is moving very fast, but no one every catches him. He is a baller and simply makes plays.

10. Tommy Eveld, Jesuit, QB: Lots of hype entering the season, started as the backup and has ended as a leader. At 6-5, he can see over the line, read coverages and blitzes. Possesses a strong arm and accuracy.

11. Javaris Little, Lakewood, ATH: Physical cover corner, excellent speed.

12. Iman Smith, Pinellas Park, ATH: I project him to play as an outside LB at the next level. He loves contact and has a frame that can hold much more weight.

13. Sam Green, Plant City, S: Depending on Sam Green’s recovery from his early season injury, Green is a big pick up that brings athleticism and toughness to a defensive secondary.

14. James Few, Plant, QB: Not the national prospect we are accustomed to seeing playing QB for Plant, but his production and skill level is very comparable. A deceptive athlete who can buy time in the pocket and makes good decisions with the ball.

14. Diomi Roberts, Countryside, RB: A big play slashing tailback with the ability to go the distance on any snap. Not an every down back, but a good compliment to any 2 tailback system at the next level.

15. Brent O’Neal, Canterbury, RB: The Bay’s top rusher. Powerful and speedy, great balance and a will to win. Never falls on 1st contact.

16. Billy Pavlock, Palm Harbor, ATH: Pavlock can play multiple positions. Though I feel he can make for a great spread option QB at the right school, his speed and athleticism may land him as a slot or safety.

17. Tyree Holder, Tampa Catholic, CB: A very long defensive back. Can play any position in the defensive secondary and can play man 2 man press coverage.

18. Keith Weeks, Newsome, OC: Technically sound football player, who was the offensive line MVP at the 2011 BCP Ignite and E7 Showcases. A very bright kid who will be able to make all the line calls and direct the offensive line

19. Geronimo Allison, Spoto, WR: 6-4 big target that can make any QB look good. Still learning how to play the game as he has only played 1 true season. Very athletic and a big play receiver.

20. Tyrell Garner, Brandon, RB: He is not the biggest name, but one of the best talents at his position. Quick first step and hits the hole in a hurry. Can run inside and outside and can make sharp cuts while near top speed.

21. Kadeash Reaves, Tampa Bay Tech., DT: another undersized defensive lineman, but arguable to meanest, nasties, and most powerful defensive tackle in Tampa Bay. At a shade under 6-0, Reaves is an automatic double team because of his ability to get into the offensive backfield.