2012 Battle of Florida Game: Best, Worst Players Who Made a Name for Themselves

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2012 Battle of Florida Game: Best, Worst Players Who Made a Name for Themselves
photo courtesy of: Miami Hearald

Saturday night over 100 prospective NFL hopefuls took the field at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida in the first annual "Battle of Florida."

The game was not only played in front of nearly 5,000 fans, but also caught the eye of over 140 scouts from 29 NFL teams, four CFL teams and an Arena Football League team.

Florida State Seminoles coaching legend Bobby Bowden coached the north team, who were victorious by the score of 51-3 over the South team coached by former University of Miami Hurricanes and Florida Atlantic University coach Howard Schnellenberger.

But in the end, the game wasn't about who won and who lost, not when it came to the score at least. Instead is was about who showed up to improve their stock in the NFL draft.

Here are some players that impressed on Saturday night, and some that didn't.

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