Eight teams totaling 16 state championships between themwill meet in the Florida State Championship Games in the 18th and final weekendof the 2012 High School Football season on CSS.5A State championship Game, Friday, 1pm ET: Tallahassee Godby vs. Immokalee. The Godby Cougars are 13-1 on the season andare 7th in the Max Preps overall Florida rankings. The Cougars have won 3 state championships butnone since 1987. Godby will face anImmokalee Indians team that is 11-3 on the season and seeking its second statetitle and first since 2004.7A State Championship Game, Friday, 7pm ET: Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas vs.Tallahassee Lincoln. The St. ThomasAquinas Raiders are 12-2 and ranked 20 in the nation in the Max Preps XCellentWriter's Poll and 4 overall in the state.The Raiders have won two national championships and six state titles,most recently in 2010 for a total of three in the last five years. The Lincoln Trojans are 12-1 and have wonthree state championships with the most recent in 2010.6A State Championship Game, Saturday, 1pm ET: Miami Central vs. Gainesville. The Central Rockets are 11-2 on the seasonand 6 in the Max Preps Florida overall rankings. The Rockets are going for their second state titleafter winning in 2010. The GainesvilleHurricanes are 14-0 on the season, 26 in the Max Preps National computerrankings and 3 overall in Florida. TheHurricanes only state title came in 1980.8A State Championship Game, Saturday 7pm ET: Weston Cypress Bay vs. Apopka. The Cypress Bay Lightning are 12-2 and 10 inthe Max Preps overall rankings. TheLightning are playing in their first state championship game. The Apopka Blue Darters are 13-1 and 9 inthe overall Florida rankings. TheDarters only title came in 2001.The games are being produced by Bright House SportsNetwork and aired live by CSS.Inthe Huddle Recruiting WatchGodby3-star APB Khalid Thomas - Committed to KentuckyRB Tim Longmire - Six offers including Middle Tennessee,Troy, Kentucky and CincinnatiJunior 3-star Safety Deion Singleton - 12 offersincluding Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Miami, and South CarolinaJunior ILB Kris Harris - Offers include MississippiState and Ole MissJunior OLB Jacob Pugh - 12 offers including Tennessee,South Carolina, Vandy, Ole Miss, and North Carolina Immokalee4-star CB Mackensie Alexander - 247 Sports 4 CB -Clemson is his leader3-star DT Deadrin Senat - FSU is his leader3-star Safety Mackenro Alexander - FSU and Louisvilleare his leaders3-star ATH Tshumbi Johnson - Committed to Cincinnati3-star WR Xavier Richardson - Committed to USF3-star APB Jacky Marcellus - Committed to West VirginiaJunior 4-star WR J.C. Jackson - Committed to FSUSt.Thomas Aquinas4-star DE Joey Bosa - 247 Sports 4 SDE - Committed toOhio State3-star RB Fred Coppet - Boston College is his leader3-star SAF James Crawford - Boise State is his leader3-star OLB Lance Virgile - UCF, Louisville, WestVirginia, Houston and Wake Forest are his leaders3-star QB John O'Korn - Committed to Houston3-star OG Kyle Schafenacker - Committed to Connecticut 2-star WR Mark Barr - Committed to MarshallJunior 3-star WR Corey Holmes - Michigan is his leaderJunior DT Anthony Moten - Miami and South Carolina arehis leadersJunior CB Al Harris, Jr. - Offered by PurdueFreshman DL Nick Bosa - Offered by Ohio StateLincoln4-star ILB James Hearns - 247 Sports 8 ILB - Committedto Florida4-star WR Taj Williams - Alabama, FSU, Louisville andWashington State are his leaders3-star WR Reggie Davis - Committed to GeorgiaSafety Jamerson Blount - Offers from App State, FIU andWashington StateWR Myles Gaines - Committed to YaleJunior Safety Kendall Randolph - Auburn and FSU are hisleadersMiamiCentral3-star Safety Ahmad Thomas - Committed to Oklahoma3-star OLB Marqez Hodge - Committed to Syracuse2-star CB Da'Wan Hunte - Committed to N.C. State2-star OLB Devante Duclos - Committed to WesternKentuckyJunior 4-star RB Dalvin Cook - 247 Sports 5 RB -Committed to ClemsonJunior 4-star RB Joseph Yearby - 247 Sports 6 RB -Committed to Florida StateJunior 4-star OT Trevor Darling - 247 Sports 4 OT -Committed to MiamiGainesville3-star OLB Keith Kelsey - Louisville and USF are hisleaders3-star WR Chris Thompson - Committed to FloridaJunior 3-star APB Tony James - Florida, FSU and Miamiare his leadersJunior WR Kenric Young - Offered by UtahJunior Safety Juan Jenkins - Offered by UtahCypressBay3-star RB Matt Dayes - N.C. State is his favorite3-star WR Alex Montgomery - Offers include Ole Miss,Middle Tennessee, UCF, Kentucky, Louisville and N.C. State3-star Safety Nico Marley - Committed to Tulane3-star CB Boaz Joseph - Offers include Kentucky,Nebraska, Wisconsin, Purdue and Indiana2-star Center Jason Rae - Committed to FIUApopkaWDE Trey Hendrickson - Offered by Western KentuckyFor the latest college football recruiting news, you cancatch a new edition of In the Huddle every Tuesday at 6pm ET with Matt Stewartand our CSS College Football Recruiting Expert Barton Simmons of 247Sports. For additional show airings youcan log-on to the web site:www.css-sports.com for more scheduling information.
Preview of FHSAA Championship Games on CSS
December 12, 2012, 4:55 pm