ESPNHS Football All-American Team

December, 22, 2011
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Four Florida verbal commitments made ESPNHS All-American teams, which were announced Thursday. Offensive tackle D.J. Humphries and tight end Colin Thompson received first-team honors. Here are their write-ups:
OFFENSIVE TACKLE
D.J. Humphries, Mallard Creek (Charlotte, N.C.), Senior
Rated the nation's No. 1 offensive tackle by ESPNU, Humphries, a Florida commit, was an All-State first team selection.
TIGHT END
Colin Thompson, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), Senior
Whether run blocking or catching passes, Thompson made a huge impact for the Vikings, who rolled to the Class AAA state title. Rated the nation's No. 1 tight end by ESPNU, Thompson has committed to Florida.

The Gators also had place-kicker Austin Hardin, of Marist (Atlanta), on the second team and middle linebacker Antonio Morrison, of Bolingbrook (Ill.), on the third team.

Florida also has several top targets scattered throughout the list, including Darius Hamilton (first-team DT), Tracy Howard (first-team CB), Nelson Agholor (second-team S, who is being recruited as a WR) and Stefon Diggs (third-team kick returner, who is being recruited as a WR).

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