Perhaps one of the most popular things we do with our coverage is the player spotlight and class profiles.
Dozens of people who we come across at camps, combines, practices and games, talk about the way we put every player out there for colleges and fans to see.
Because our objective is to always promote every prospect – and not just the ones who are deemed 4 and 5-star athletes – we have the advantage of uncovering just about every football player who wants to compete in high school and college.
Whether it’s freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors, our objective to make sure that we shine a spotlight on everyone in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.
Today, once again, we take a look at the Class of 2021, the rising seniors.
Carter Davis, K, Davie Western. This one time Chaminade-Madonna standout made his way out west this past season and gave head coach Adam Ratkevich and the Wildcats a huge lift during another playoff season.
Definitely one of the strongest and most accurate legs in south Florida, he will be a huge difference maker in 2020.
Anthony Earle, OT, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons. With a lot of attention being paid to so many offensive linemen in this class, here is someone who just may be the biggest surprise of all for head coach Matt Dubuc and the Chiefs this coming year.
Tremendous size, great work ethic and very athletic. This a student/athlete who not only gets it done on the football field, but also in the classroom – where his 3.2 GPA has attracted plenty of college attention.
Robert Floyd Jr., WR/DB, Davie University School. Remains one of the elite two-way players in south Florida, and don’t look for that to change this coming season.
Will be one of the players that head coach Daniel Luque and the Sharks will rely on for experience and leadership.
Corey Hammett, OLB, Miami Northwestern. This University of Miami commitment is very special, and you can guarantee that head coach Max Edwards and the three-time defending state champion Bulls will use him in as many ways as possible.
Extremely talented and athletic, he is a very versatile football player who has the opportunity to get bigger and stronger.
Rhoody Jean-Louis, LB, Miami Central. From the beginning, this was a talented football prospects that everyone was talking about. Along with teammate Wesley Bisssainthe (2022), they were a pair of linebackers that were as good as you get.
As he heads toward his final season, he still remains a major force for head coach Roland Smith and the Rockets in 2020.
Jordan Kolnick, LB, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. One of the players who heads south from Palm Beach (Palm Beach Central High) to play for head coach Roger Harriott and the Raiders.
A quality playmaker who follows inn the footsteps of his brother, father and uncle, who played at South Broward High back in the day. If you want someone who is always around the ball, here he is. A major force on a big time defensive unit.
Devonte Lee, OL, Miami Edison. South Florida has never been known for the great offensive linemen that we churn out year to year, but with dynamic prospects like this young man, that is certainly changing.
One of the emerging “big men” for head coach Luther Campbell, keep an eye on his progress. He has size, strength and plenty of athletic ability.
Chase Moss, DE/OG, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian. Yet another versatile two-way football players that head coach Kirk Hoza and this region power is starting to produce.
Like so many at smaller programs in south Florida, this is an overlooked talent who has made some major strides for the Eagles over the past year – and as he heads toward his final season – you can guarantee that he is going to be a leader and keep this program at the top.
Jaylon Tolbert, QB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. From Cypress Bay to Hialeah and now to the three-time defending state champion Lions, this is going to be someone that will truly have the chance to add balance to a program that has already done quite well under veteran head coach Dameon Jones.
Great arm strength and decision making that will continue to make him one of the top signal callers in south Florida.
Michael Watkins, WR, Plantation American Heritage. While the Patriots have lost a few prospects in the off season, maybe people should spend more time on the quality athletes that head coach Pat Surtain and his staff have brought in.
Here is someone who has the chance to ignite this program after losing a standout pass-catcher in Douglas Emilien to Minnesota. This one-time Coconut Creek standout will give this program a lot of skill and play-making ability.