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February 6, 2013
Letter of intent No. 7: Tylar Reagan
Fruit Cove (Fla.) Bartram Trail High
6-foot-5, 280 pounds
Measurables: At a VTO Sports Rivals.com Elite 100 combine, ran the 40-yard dash in 5.45 seconds and the shuttle in 4.91 seconds Had a 26.0-inch vertical leap and did 28 reps at 185 pounds on the bench press.
Stats: Helped Bartram Trail average 37.9 points per game and 350.2 yards of total offense per game, including 161.5 yards rushing, during an 8-3 campaign as a senior.
Ratings: Given three stars by Rivals.com and regarded as the No. 28 offensive guard in the country and No. 94 player from Florida Rated three stars by 24/7 Sports, the No. 34 guard in the nation and No. 99 recruit from the state Listed by ESPN as a three-star recruit, the No. 89 guard in the country and No. 214 player from Florida Considered a three-star prospect and No. 48 guard nationally by Scout.com Ranked No. 60 in the state by Florida Varsity.
Honors/accomplishments: Played in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South Classic Named first-team Class 6A All-State by the Associated Press Listed on the Jacksonville Times-Union Florida Super 75 and third best guard in the state Also on the Times-Union regional's Super 24 list Picked for the All-First Coast team Becomes the sixth Bartram Trail offensive lineman to sign with an FBS school since 2004.
Recruitment: Reagan picked up offers from Arkansas, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Kentucky, South Florida and Tennessee among others, but he narrowed his choices over the summer to Central Florida and NC State. The Knights were his leader until an unofficial visit to NCSU in June. He verbally committed to the Pack July 25.
Recruiter of record: Running backs coach Des Kitchings.
2013 projection: Reagan is intriguing because he has the skill set to be an offensive tackle but has spent the majority of his high school career playing guard. If he can add strength, he may be ready quicker than most offensive linemen to get on the field, but it is probably a better bet that Reagan will redshirt.
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