Twin brothers from St. Petersburg, Florida are sticking together in more ways than one as they signed letters of intent to play college football at the University of Central Florida. Shakeem and Shaquill Griffin are both just over six feet tall and weigh about 180 pounds playing the defensive back position at Lakeland High School. There is one difference though. Shakeem's left hand had to be amputated at the age of four after it failed to grow properly from a rare birth defect known as Ambiotic Band Syndrome which resulted in the removal of all five fingers on Shakeem's left hand. That has not stopped him from being an excellent football player as demonstrated in Team USA's 42-10 victory over the World Team in the International Bowl in Austin. Shaquill declined offers from SEC schools to stay and play with his brother at UCF.