- DB | 6-1 | 170
- PENSACOLA, FLA.
- PENSACOLA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Made impact on offense, defense and special teams in three seasons at Pensacola Catholic…ranked as No. 45 safety in the country and Florida’s No. 75 overall prospect by On3…rated nation’s No. 48 cornerback prospect and No. 89 overall in Florida by 247Sports…recorded 1,555 all-purpose yards, 98 tackles, 3.0 for loss, six interceptions, seven pass breakups, one forced fumble, three punt return touchdowns and two kickoff return touchdowns…helped lead Crusaders to 10 wins and regional semifinal round of 2S state playoffs his senior year…played in all 12 games and registered 43 tackles, four interceptions and one forced fumble along with 25 catches for 456 yards and seven touchdowns while scoring two kickoff return touchdowns and one punt return touchdown…played eight games during junior campaign and recorded 36 tackles, 1.0 for loss, two interceptions, two pass breakups, 12 catches for 146 receiving yards and two touchdowns while averaging 25.2 yards per punt return with two touchdowns…made 16 tackles, caught seven passes for 88 yards and averaged 42.0 yards on three kickoff returns as Catholic advanced to 3A regional semifinal his sophomore season.
- PLAYER: Ja’Bril Rawls
- SCHOOL: Pensacola Catholic (Pensacola, Florida)
- SIZE: 6’1, 170 pounds
- RANKING: 88 rating (high 3-star) on 247 Sports Composite List (668th best player; 66th best CB, 106th best player in FL)
- OTHER SUITORS: Boston College Eagles, Indiana Hoosiers, Kansas Jayhawks, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Missouri Tigers, Washington State Cougars, West Virginia Mountaineers
Rawls committed to Florida State in June.
Thoughts from The Three Stars
Josh: Rawls worked out in front of Mike Norvell, and the staff gave him the green-light to commit — good enough for me. And he followed that up with a very nice senior season on offense, defense, and special teams for PC.
Tim: A nice under the radar find for the FSU coaching staff. Rawls has the build and size you want for today’s safety. Great speed and athleticism, he’ll need time to develop and grow physically.
David: Rawls is coachable, versatile, adaptable, and a possible hidden gem for the Seminoles. He could blossom into a starting defensive back and should be a rotational member at worst.
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