SEFFNER, Fla.- In addition to Matt Patchan, Eric Smith and Sergio Joyner, there are several more potential Division I prospects at Armwood High in the Class of 2008.
At 6-foot, 180-pounds, cornerback Justin Williams has good size for a Division I-A cornerback prospect. Williams had an outstanding junior season, tallying four interceptions and returning one for a touchdown.
Florida, Virginia Tech and South Carolina have been sending letters and are currently the programs that interest Williams the most.
Free safety Angelo Hadley was a second-team All-Conference selection during his junior year.
"So far, I've just been getting letters from schools and that's it," he said.
Auburn and Nebraska have been communicating with Hadley by way of mail.
Juan Gorostiaga is a 6-foot-2, 265-pound offensive line prospect who potentially could play guard or center at the next level.
Central Florida, Florida International and Florida Atlantic are among the schools that Gorostiaga is interested in.
"UCF would be the school I am the most interested right now," he said.
He'll have to add weight to contribute in college, but defensive end prospect Josh Alston has the chance to make it to the Division I-A level. The 6-foot-3, 218-pounder is a good athlete, running the 330-meter hurdles for the Armwood track team.
Alston plays defensive tackle in high school, but will slide out to end in college. He is interested in South Florida, Clemson and Florida.
Armwood High is coached by Sean Callahan.