When it comes to promoting and getting every player a piece of the spotlight, we have long stepped to the front.
It does not matter what level athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties want to play at, we are always there to give them a chance for the hundreds of college coaches who follow us a chance to see them.
Each day during the spring and summer we will showcase football prospects – some who are already on the radar – while others we are introducing for the first time.
Today, we give you five Class of 2025 football players to keep an eye on:
Dayen Marouf-Araibi, OL, 6-3, 270, Platation American Heritage. The Patriots really found someone special last season – during a run to the 2M state title game with this quality big man. Watch him play and you see a big, strong football player who continues to improve technique while getting stronger. You can see how is on field personality is all about business as he showed throughout the 2022 season.
Antonio Branch, S/CB, 6-2, 175, Miami Booker T. Washington. Another prospect that we had the pleasure of watching since he started playing at the high school level and this versatile talent has only begun. No matter if it’s at the safety position or corner, he adjusts and performs at a high level. A superb tackler who can do it all and college coaches have already watched what he brings to the table. Big time potential. He also gets it done in the classroom – with his 3.5 GPA.
Devin Gonzalez, QB, 6-1, 180, Weston Cypress Bay. Ever since his freshman year at Pembroke Pines Flanagan, there was no doubting his ability and future. An accurate passer who displays plenty of leadership and finds a way to move the chains. Throws a very good long ball, does a tremendous job with his short and intermediate game as well. His ability to break out of the pocket and run is also vital to the success of the Lightning.
Ronald Towns, WR, 5-10, 170, Miami Dr. Krop. On a team that has produced more than its share of football talent, along comes this playmaker, who brings it all to the football field. Runs solid patterns, is lethal in space and is learning how to be more technically sound in every event he attends. Should explode this spring as more college coaches will have the chance to see one of the fastest-rising prospects.
Kamare Williams, WR, 6-3, 185, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. This program has added yet another piece to the offensive puzzle. This is a rising junior that has size, athletic ability and plenty of skill. Coming south from Delray Beach Atlantic, this coming season could be huge as the defenses will have their hands full with the returning players the Lions have. He potential is through the roof!