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Florida players earn all-combine honors at U.S. Army All-American event

It wasn't exactly a stellar day for Florida players at last Friday's U.S. Army All-American National Combine in San Antonio, at least by the standards rated by Rivals.com, the event sponsor/owner.

The All-Combine teams were announced this week and very few Florida players were listed.

Immokalee High was represented well, however, as cornerback Mackensie Alexander (5-11/175) and Deadrin Senat, a massive defensive tackle (6-1, 310), both made the All-Combine team for defense.

Alexander, who has six NCAA Division I-A offers, was named to the First Team All-Defense and then promptly came home and committed to Tennessee for the 2013 recruiting class.

Senat, who dominated the Under Armour All-American Combine two weeks ago at ESPN's Wide World of Sports,  earned second team All-Combine Defense honors. He was joined as a second-teamer by Hialeah linebacker George Williams (6-1, 200). Safety Marcell Harris of Groveland South Lake was a second-team selection, and safety Keanu Neal of Sumter County earned honorable mention.

Offensively, WR Ahmad Fullwood of Jacksonville Bishop Kenny earned first team honors, as did RB T.J. Johnson (5-7, 153), of Cape Coral Island Coast. WR Kamrin Solomon of Jacksonville Mandarin (5-11, 160) was on the second-team, as was OL Austin Droogsma (6-3, 210) of Gulf Breeze.

Apopka quarterback Zack Darlington earned honorable mention All-Combine Offense, as did QB Tyler Cogswell (6-5, 220) of Plantation American Heritage, OL Corey Martinez (6-4, 305) of Tampa Catholic and OL Ramsey Meyers (6-3, 290) of Orange Park Ridgeview.

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