Class of 2014 Top Tight Ends

Class of 2014 Top Tight Ends

Tight ends play a vital role for any team’s offense. Not only are they called upon to make catches in traffic and tight spaces, they are also called upon to provide blocking assitance to the offensive line. Here some of the guys have really stood out in the Class of 2014.

List compiled by Florida HS Football Staff

1. Ravian Pierce | 6’4 | 215 | Plantation
Top College Choices (via 247Sports) The Scoop
Alabama
Louisville
Miami (FL)
Ohio State
Ole Miss
Pierce has risen up the charts in Florida and is a great contributor for the Colonels. With numerous schools having offered Pierce, there is one that hasn’t yet that he is really interested in and that is Oregon.
2. Marcus Mosley | 6’4 | 200 | Alonso
Top College Choices (via 247Sports) The Scoop
Duke
Florida International
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky |
Lousiville
Marshall
South Alabama
Syracuse
Mosley has been an overlooked player and started to make a name for himself. With his team having a chance to improve greatly with several top prospects, he could really breakout this season.
3. Dav’ion Riley | 6’4 | 200 | Lake Wales
Top College Choices (via 247Sports) The Scoop
Connecticut
Duke
Kentucky
Louisville
Miami (FL)
Michigan State
Oregon
Tennessee
Wisconsin
Riley has been a factor for Lake Wales’ offense the last couple of seasons. For now Wisconsin is a big interest to him even though Miami (FL) is high on the list. Look for him to do some great things this season.
4. Nick Nataro | 6’4 | 235 | Estero
Verbal Committment The Buzz
Committed to South Florida This one time commit to Arizona was a leader for his team that led the Wildcats into the playoffs. That was a huge accomplishment considering where the team was at just a few years ago. Nataro will be called upon to help lead again as his team welcomes in a new head coach this season.
5. Alex Carswell | 6’4 | 205 | Strawberry Crest
Top College Choices (via 247Sports) The Buzz
Cincinnati
FIU
Georgia State
Iowa State
Memphis
Middle Tennessee State
South Florida
Carswell could achieve 1,000 yards receiving as he mixes it up between the tight end and wide receiver positions. The Chargers improved greatly last year and Carswell should become the program’s second or third Division I signee in February.

 

IN THE BUBBLE

Kyle Griffiths – West Orange
Dakota Hayes – Pine Forest
Ronquavion Tarver – Glades Central

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