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#30 Colin Blake
Position: Defensive Back
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 205
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
High School: Brandeis

2014 Outlook: Key piece to FSU’s special teams unit having earned quality time on the field on kickoff and kick return units. Provides good depth at the defensive back position. Has the size at 6-foot-3 to cover a lot of ground in the secondary, but has battled injuries throughout his career and was limited in the spring.

2013: Backup defensive back and special teams performer appeared in 11 games and made three tackles...started much of the season on the kick return unit and also saw time on the kickoff coverage squad.

2012: Redshirt season

PERSONAL: Entered Florida State as a four-star prospect according to Rivals who was proven at the 5A level of Texas football...received a three-star rating from ESPN, 247Sports, and Scout...Rivals listed him as the 13th-best cornerback prospect in the 2012 class while 247Sports listed him as the 26th-best corner, ESPN the 30th-best and Scout had him at No. 33 in his position group...among prospects from one of the deepest talent pools in America, Texas Rivals lists Blake as the 21st-best player in the state...ranked No. 60 in Texas by 247Sports and No. 90 in the Lone Star state by ESPN...ESPN lists Blake at No. 116 regionally...nationally Rivals lists the San Antonio prospect as the 155th-best in the nation...rated a Top Player by Tom Lemming of Max Preps who believes he could be an All-American at the collegiate level...recorded 68 tackles and one interception as a junior...coveted size for a cornerback and should transition well to the college game at that position according to ESPN...one scouting service felt Blake could develop into a player like NFL All-Pro Nnamdi Asomugha...ran a 4.5 40 with a vertical of 34” in high school...originally from England and has only been playing cornerback since his junior year of high school...held more than 15 offers from BCS schools...was committed to Texas A&M before the turnover in the coaching staff...chose FSU over Oklahoma and TCU.
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