Raheim Sanders, Dink Jackson Named to Max Preps’ Preseason Florida All-State High School Football Team
By Max Preps // July 16, 2020
Sanders picked Arkansas over 32 other colleges, Jackson has 35 college offers
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County prep football players Raheim Sanders of Rockledge, left, and Dink Jackson of Eau Gallie have been named to Max Preps’ preseason Florida All-State High School football team:
DB — Ja’Den McBurrows, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) | 5-10 | 170 | Sr.
The Michigan commit was a starter on last year’s 15-0 squad and had 37 tackles to go along with six interceptions and 15 pass breakups. Also a track athlete, McBurrows picked the Wolverines over Alabama, Baylor and Florida State among his 27 offers.
DB — Dink Jackson, Eau Gallie (Melbourne) | 6-2 | 185 | Sr.
Another 4-star athlete, Jackson is ranked the 15th best safety in the country. He has 35 offers and appears to be leaning toward either Florida State, Ole Miss or Tennessee. Could bulk up and play some linebacker in college.
DB — Omarion Cooper, Lehigh (Lehigh Acres) | 6-0 | 170 | Sr.
There are 27 offers on the table for Cooper, including Tennessee, Penn State and Louisville, but on June 7 he committed to Florida State.
DB — Kamar Wilcoxson, IMG Academy (Bradenton) | 6-1 | 183 | Sr.
Another college-bound player for the Ascenders, the Tennessee-bound standout is a very versatile athlete who can play either safety or cornerback at the next level.
AP — Raheim Sanders, Rockledge | 6-2 | 210 | Sr.
He starred on both sides of the ball for the Raiders, but his future in college is either at running back or wide receiver. Some believe he’ll play defense in the NFL. He picked Arkansas over 32 other colleges, including Auburn, Florida State, Miami, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
AP — Tommi Hill Edgewater (Orlando) | 6-1 | 185 | Sr.
Ranked the 16th best athlete in the country overall, Hill has 29 offers but looks ready to make the jump to Arizona State. Other schools in the mix appear to be Mississippi State, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Played largely wide receiver as a sophomore, but last year made his impact in secondary with four interceptions.
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