When Ohio State and Alabama get together tonight at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, the state of Florida will be well represented this evening in the National Championship Game at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Prospects like Alabama DB Pat Surtain II returns to the Sunshine State.

Posted On: 01/11/21 11:54 AM

When Ohio State and No. 1 Alabama square off this evening at Hard Rock Stadium, there will be 20 players on both sides of the ball who call Florida home.

One of the most talented states – year after year – Florida is usually in the epicenter for talent and gifted teams.

The Crimson Tide boast one of the top defensive secondaries in the nation – and all four of the impressive prospects happen to come from Florida – south Florida in particular.

Jordan Battle (6-1, 210, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Josh Jobe (6-1, 195, Jr., Miami Christopher Columbus), Patrick Surtain II (6-2, 202, Jr., Plantation American Heritage) and Daniel Wright (6-1, 195, Jr., Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson) all come from two counties in southern Florida.

Battle is an outstanding football player who plays this game with plenty of passion, adding to what he brings to the table athletically and physically. Tremendous student in the classroom as well.

Since Jobe’s sophomore season in high school, here is a talented prospect that continued to get better and improve. This is a secondary standout that will cover you. Very physical talent.

Not much to say about Surtain II. The best in

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