Shortly after notching the class 5A state championship, some players at Tallahassee Godby started thinking about how they could be even better in 2013. And with a strong group of underclassmen returning, it's easy to see why.
One of the more promising class of 2014 prospects would have to be defensive back Deion Singleton. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound junior already has offers from Louisville, Miami, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and several others.
In Friday's 21-20 victory over Immokalee, Singleton finished with four tackles and forced a fumble.
"This is just a great feeling," Singleton said. "To win a state championship, do it for the seniors and for the whole community, really. It's hard to describe."
Singleton says he has a busy offseason planned and will continue to increase his communication with several programs.
"Nobody stands out right now; I'm just talking to several schools," Singleton said. "Florida State, USF, Tennessee -- I'm talking to a lot of schools and trying to build relationships with the coaches.
"I'm going to figure out the schools that I want to see over the summer pretty soon."