Despite the record at Sanford (Fla.) Seminole being less than stellar last season, defensive lineman Adrin Haughton has emerged as a potential Division I-A prospect.
The 6-foot-3, 333-pounder had a good year individually and has several college programs that interest him.
Seminole High went 1-9 in 2006.
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"It wasn't the best season for the team last year," Haughton said. "But me as a player, I did the best that I could do. I had a lot of sacks, a lot of tackles and did the best I could do to help the team out."
Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame and Central Florida all are schools that interest Haughton.
Haughton reported that he had 77 tackles (57 solo, 20 assists), 11 sacks and two fumble recoveries from the defensive end position as a junior. Despite playing end for his high school, he projects as a defensive tackle or offensive guard in college.
"My strength as a football player is my speed for my size and have the ability to play any position that you put me at," Haughton said.
Haughton attended the Rivals.com Tampa Bay Junior Day on Feb. 24 at Clearwater Countryside High School in Clearwater, Fla.