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UCF Team Report
Feb 6, 2009
A simple math equation helped UCF replenish its depleted secondary on signing day.
“They look at the depth charts and they see five guys graduating and five guys back,” head coach George O’Leary said. “We travel with nine (defensive backs) so, right away, they’re on the plane. I think that played a role if they did their homework.”
Defensive back Josh Robinson, a four-star Rivals.com prospect from Lauderhill, Fla., headlines the 24-member class and is one of seven early enrollees. The group ranks fifth in C-USA and includes eight three-star recruits, according to Rivals.com.
“Josh is an exceptional athlete who has fit right in, chemistry-wise,” O’Leary said. “He’s definitely a kid that I’m going to be anxious to see in the spring and see exactly where he can help us out.”
Robinson and fellow recruits Corey Ammons and Kemal Ishmael of Miami and Quincy McDuffie and Henry Wright of Orlando will compete to replace cornerbacks Joe Burnett and Johnell Neal and safeties Jason Venson and Sha’Reff Rashad.
One of the most intriguing signees is McDuffie, a 200-meter sprint champion who only played in one game in 2008 before suffering a back injury. He didn’t visit UCF and was rumored to be headed for Kansas State or Troy.
The recruiting class includes 16 players from Florida, five from Georgia one each from Alabama, Louisiana and Ohio.
ATH Josh Robinson, Lauderhill, Fla.—The four-star Rivals.com prospect has already enrolled and should provide immediate help to a secondary that lost four starters. He was a cornerback and receiver in high school and played in the Dade-Broward All-Star game.
LB Jonathan Davis, Tucker, Ga.—Georgia’s Class 4A Defensive Player of the Year originally committed to South Carolina after recording 129 tackles and 12 tackles for loss and leading Tucker High to a state championship in 2008.
QB Nico Flores, North Miami Beach, Fla.—The three-star Rivals.com recruit (No. 31 at his position) chose UCF over Western Michigan at the 11th hour. He was an all-state selection in 2008 after completing 135-of-210 passes for 1,517 yards.
DT Deon Simon, Baton Rouge, La.—The 6-4, 260-pound Simon was a two-time team MVP at Glen Oaks High, where he was named all-district as a junior with 70 tackles and 10 sacks. He was also all-district in track and field in 2006-07.
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