Four offers for south Florida safety prospect

One of the top defensive backs from south Florida among the Class of 2011 is Robenson Therezie. Therezie, 5-10 and 190, plays safety and running back for Miami Jackson. Last season he recorded 81 solo tackles and three interceptions (two returned for touchdowns).
"Most teams like on defense," Therezie said. "I am a big hitter and I play well in coverage. I think I am more of a strong safety. I like getting up in the box."
According to Therezie four schools have offered him so far.
"I have offers from FSU, Kentucky, Ole Miss, and UCF. They all kind of came at once. I haven't had a chance to see anyone yet. I would like to get to FSU and Ole Miss for sure.
"Right now I really like the University of Florida and Alabama but I am not hearing too much from them. If I had to pick my top schools I would say FSU, Ole Miss, Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Miami. Georgia is recruiting me hard but they haven't offered. Same with Miami."
Therezie is also a standout in track. He long jumps (24' is his best) and this season he will give the hurdles a try.
"My coach thinks I can do real well in the hurdles so I will try the 110 and 300."