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5 Class of 2023 Miami-Dade/Broward Standouts To Watch This Season

As you know by now, our objective is to promote football prospects in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Throughout the course of year, we make sure that there is no football player that we do not promote and expose to colleges across the country.

No matter what level it may be at, there are college coaches always checking out our blogs, database and daily information that we put out on our website and via our more than 100,000 viewers and followers.

What we continue to do is make each and every football player understand that there’s a college or university for them.

While many fan websites try and earn viewers with high level talent, they often leave the under-the-radar prospects behind. We fully understand that they live by subscriptions and readership that wants to read about star-rated athletes. But the truth is that 95 percent of every high school roster will NOT play at the Power 5 or Group of 5 level.

Today, we have five more Class of 2023 prospects to keep an eye on:

Francisco Caballero, OL, 6-3, 285, Miami Gulliver Prep. On a team looking to rebuild from last year, this is one of those football players that the Raiders will look to. A talented team that is not deep, prospects like this will only enhance what this team is trying to build back up in a very tough classification. With outstanding coaches in place, you will see football prospects like this used to not only give this team an edge, but also be a leader for the younger players.


Victor King, DL, 6-1, 265, Plantation American Heritage. Ever since this young man made his way over from Coral Springs Taravella, his new teammates have not stopped signing his praises. A physical talent who was way under the radar with the Trojans a year ago, but has already established himself as one of those football players to keep an eye on. On a team that fell off in 2021, look for him to be a huge piece that brings the Patriots back to the next level.


Jabari Lewis, WR, 6-1, 180, Homestead South Dade. Yet another of the prospects that many never saw play – which is a shame. He is versatile, talented and brings plenty to the table as a pass catcher and special teams’ player. Hopes to be a catalyst on a team that has football talent, but many inexperienced – especially on the offensive side of the ball. College coaches had the chance to watch him perform in the spring game against Miami Belen Jesuit.


Jacob Pion, LB/S, 6-1, 205, Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest. This is what you get when you combine athletic ability, football skills and superior grades in the classroom. What he brings to the table as a senior is experience and leadership – along with the fact that he can play up to five different positions on the field. While smaller schools have been offering and watching, it’s that level where he will make the most of his many talents – on and off the playing field. Solid football talent who has what it takes.


Kevin Smith, LB, 5-9, 190, Pembroke Pines West Broward. Watching this quality football talent during the off-season, here is a playmaker that the Bobcats will need as they continue to build the program back up. Playmaker who is all over the field, and this team needs a senior who can lead by example. Strong, quick and plays the game with plenty of passion, and that is what is happening in Pembroke Pines in 2022.





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