FSU commitment performance watch 

November, 12, 2012
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As the final regular-season high school game has come and gone, NoleNation takes a quick look at some of the standout performances of Florida State's commitments, regardless of class.

Jake McCrary (Miami/Coral Reef) -- The ESPN Watch List member racked up another big total in the passing game as one of the top receiver prospects in the state for 2014. The junior hauled in three catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns. McCrary also carried the ball twice, but for small gains. He is finally healthy after coming off a injury scare on one of his knees and has played for three straight weeks now. This was easily his best effort since before sustaining the knock.

Joseph Yearby (Miami/Miami Central) -- The prolific junior running back again put on a show for the Rockets last Friday. On just 13 attempts, Yearby had more than 190 yards rushing and crossed the goal line three times. One of his scores was via an 80-yard rush as Central routed North Miami Beach 52-28. Yearby is on the ESPN Watch List and is held in high regard as one of the top running back prospects in the nation for the Class of 2014.
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