We continue to promote south Florida’s many athletes during this pandemic – as college coaches throughout the country – at all levels - keep an eye on many of these talented football players.
With the return of the 2020 season still up in the air – with school not back in the classroom and cases still being reported throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, we have kept the many gifted prospects fresh in the minds of fans and college coaches.
Even the media have picked up on the over 2,500 athletes we have provided, in one form or another since March.
The one thing that we will NOT do is quit promoting these quality athletes, and today, we bring you a few more Class of 2022 athletes to keep an eye on:
Jevont’e Adderly, WR, Miami-Dade Christian. Here is an exciting player that has a chance to really lift the Crusaders this coming season. Whether it’s out of the slot or sending him outside, the objective – with someone like this – is to get the ball in his hands and let his speed do the rest. Because he’s not the largest player on the field, he does find his way into the secondary with very few defenders covering him.
Tray Brown, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons. We have visited this impressive talent many times, but it is worth reminding everyone that he is yet another piece of a very talented puzzle for the Chiefs and head coach Matt Dubuc, who is looking to make some noise this season in 4A. Brown is easily one of the top five linebacker prospects in the class. He just makes plays. It’s that simple.
Anthony Castillo, DB, Miami Immaculata La Salle. One of those under-the-radar football players who just gets his job done. Not only is he a solid tackler, but this is also a gifted young man who is solid in coverage. He has a knack of being where the ball is on every play. Puts himself in a position to make plays, which is something that will be huge for head coach Helder Valle and this program in 2020.
Jeron Craig, LB, Miramar. Coming over from Hallandale in the off-season, here is a very athletic and productive player that the Patriots will utilize in many ways.
Plays the run extremely well and dropped back in coverage when needed. A very passionate and aggressive football prospect who will also help this coming year on special teams. Loves to be a part of the special teams and will lift the team.
Eric Lyons, CB/S, Plantation. No matter where he lines up in the secondary, here is a prospect who will make a difference. While he is a solid cover defensive back, he is also someone covers extremely well. In addition, he is a tremendous special teams player who makes plays. One of those under-the-radar prospects who has talent and very few colleges have taken notice.
Joel Talley Jr., RB/SS, Miami Florida Christian. A very productive two-way performer who has speed and plenty of athleticism. As a running back, his vision is outstanding and once he gets into the hole, he has a chance to go. Defensively, he is fun to watch. Tackles well and is not afraid to get into pocket of any receiver. This is a young man who comes to play – and you had better be ready.