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James Boone
James Boone

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
St. Cloud, Fla.

High School:
St. Cloud

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 183

Position:
WR

Experience:
HS


High School: The No. 6 wide receiver and No. 29 overall prospect on the Orlando Sentinel's all-Central Florida Top 100...A four-year letterman at St. Cloud High School outside Orlando, established the Osceola County records for receptions in a career and season...Played quarterback, running back, cornerback and safety, but excelled as a wideout, authoring back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons to close his prep career...Earned three consecutive first-team all-Orange Belt Conference and all-Osceola County selections (2007-09), and two straight offensive team MVP awards, for a Bulldogs squad that went 16-7 from 2008-09...Combined as a junior and senior, had 115 catches for 2,227 yards (19.4 avg.) and 15 TDs, including four of 80-or-more yards...Scored nearly 30 career touchdowns, 11 on the ground...The county Offensive Player of the Year (Osceola News-Gazette) as a senior, also earned first-team all-state, first-team all-Central Florida (Orlando Sentinel), and Pinellas County/Florida Athletic Coaches Association first-team all-district honors, helping St. Cloud to a runner-up finish in its district...On SCHS's initial 2009 snap, against Osceola, caught an 84-yard TD...Also completed 1-of-3 passes in 2009, while as a ball carrier, mostly on direct snaps out of the Wildcat formation, had 68 attempts for 540 yards (8.0 avg.) and nine TDs, including a 61-yard burst in a 28-21 win over Harmony...In the air, caught 58 passes for 1,003 yards (17.3 avg.), with seven TDs, including 86-, 84-, and 80-yard strikes...In the first round of the playoffs against Lake Gibson, finished his prep career with 12 catches for 214 yards and two TDs, the nation's sixth-best performance by a receiver that weekend...Also topped 200 yards, caught two TDs, and ran for a 61-yard score out of the wildcat in a 28-21 win over Harmony to vault the Bulldogs into the playoffs...Found the end zone 18 times in 2009, and scored 110 points, including a kick-return touchdown and two-point conversion...Caught another TD in the Central Florida All-Star Game...As a junior, led SCHS to a 9-2 record and a 3A/District 7 championship, garnering second-team all-state and second-team all-Central Florida honors (Orlando Sentinel)...Completed his only pass in 2008, averaged 4.2 yards on 19 carries (79 yards) with two TDs, and caught 57 passes for 1,224 yards (21.5 avg.), including eight TDs, the longest of which was an 82-yard bomb to help dispatch Eustis...Also made 27 tackles as a DB and broke up four passes, in addition to returning kickoffs...Picked off seven passes and made 34 tackles as a sophomore, playing primarily on defense, but still combined for 802 yards and five TDs from scrimmage...Began high school as a 5-foot-7 running back before hitting a growth spurt...A three-sport athlete, lettered every year in basketball and began running track as a junior...Head football coach was Mark Jackson...Has 4.45-second speed in the 40-yard dash...Owns a 3.2 GPA...Also recruited by Florida, Florida State, Missouri, South Florida, Central Florida and Western Kentucky.

Personal: Given name James Boone...Nicknamed Mae Mae...Born Jan. 25, 1992, in Newburgh, N.Y. ...Son of Alexis Camacho...Has An older brother, older sister and younger brother...Cousin, Jihad Morris, was a cornerback at Western Kentucky...Interested in criminal justice or business as a major at Colorado State...Hometown: St. Cloud, Fla.

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