Five cornerbacks for 2014 

November, 28, 2012
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NoleNation takes a look at candidates for the cornerback position out of the class of 2014.

Nigel Patten (Miami/Booker T. Washington) -- Emerged on the scene at Florida State's camp over the summer impressing with his pure speed. Also went on to win an award at Florida's camp for the fastest man among his group. Patten was offered early by Florida State and assistant coach James Coley who will be hoping to open a pipeline at Booker T. Washington High School. He's also teammates with other targets such as Matthew Thomas, Denver Kirkland and Treon Harris.

D'Andre Payne (Washington D.C./Howard D. Woodson) -- Payne was offered by Florida State over the summer to go along with a multitude of others. Most recently, Payne was on campus for the Florida-Florida State game on an unofficial visit. Coming all the way down from Washington D.C. could be indicative of his interest in the Seminoles. Defensive line coach Odell Haggins has had success in the area landing targets such as Ronald Darby and Eddie Goldman as recently as last year.
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