May 4, 2012
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While the recruiting season heats up for the Class of 2013, some underclassmen are getting noticed early.
Such is the case with Ponte Vedra (Fla.) Nease LB Kain Daub.
Daub went to the recently completed VTO-Rivals100 Combine/Challenge and performed well enough to get several of the experts to raise some eyebrows.
"It was a good experience," Daub said. "I really enjoyed getting out there and seeing the best competition from around the state."
Daub - who is home-schooled - took in the Florida State spring game.
"That was pretty good," Daub said. "I got to look at the facilities and talked to a lot of the coaches there. They told me pretty much what I needed to work on."
Daub has several schools interested in his services, including Florida, Florida State and Miami.
Daub is sitting out spring drills due to a slight groin pull.
"I'm working on my rehab and hoping to get out there for the summer workouts," Daub said.
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