Fla. school features sleepers

Jacksonville (Fla.) Wolfson High is home to four sleeper prospects who have seen interest in their services pick up during the course of the season.
Offensive lineman Robert Okeafor is a 6-foot-4, 315-pounder with good footwork and speed for a prospect his size. Accoring to Wolfson defensive coordinator Curtis Crews, Okeafor has written scholarship offers from Indiana, Illinois and Ole Miss and is getting heavy attention from Florida State, Florida and Connecticut.
Defensive tackle Justin West has been getting interest from Middle Tennessee State and some interest from Florida. The 6-foot-2, 285-pounder has no written scholarship offers.

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"We just sent some new video out on him," Crews said. "He's on the map, though."
Andre Kohn is a versatile offensive playmaker who projects as a wide receiver, but currently plays tailback and is the chief punt and kickoff returner for Wolfson.
"Temple offered Andre way back in the Spring," Crews said. "Maryland and UConn also are interested.
It's hard to say if Rodney Gnat truly is a sleeper prospect. The three-star defensive end prospect has offers from Louisville, Central Florida, Connecticut, Indiana and Ball State.
The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder was impressive during the Tallahassee NIKE camp in May, according to some in attendance. He will make an official visit to Louisville the weekend of Nov. 11 for the Cardinals' Friday night home game against Big East rival Rutgers.