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5 For Wednesday: Young Football Players Making An Impact

Look around south Florida and you will see talent. Football prospects, who have continued to carry on the rich tradition, that have made an impact – every week during this season.

We are watching athletes this year who have made a difference. Players that have stepped up their game – even at a young age – and that is indeed the story.

Like we do every Wednesday, bringing you five standout prospects is something that we look forward to doing. This week, we have talent that has already made an impact and are being recognized as being among the best, not only in south Florida, but statewide.

2024 – Davion Gause, RB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. How much do we have to tell you about this one-time nationally-rated youth phenom that you do not already know. The most complete back in this class – anywhere in the country – and he not only has the stats to back it up – but also the performances against elite competition that will tell you all you need to know. Fast, strong, powerful and way beyond his years as a physical difference maker.


2023 – Corey Goldsby, S, Plantation American Heritage. All it took was to watch him against Cardinal Gibbons to know that this is someone who is indeed a talented impact player who is always around the ball, making plays. Evaluating his play, not from a camp or combine, but when everything is on the line, will tell you about this instinctive football talent, who is a big part of a big time secondary.


2023 – Collin Hurst, QB, Davie Western. When all is said and done, and the evaluations and performances come in, this is one of the most complete quarterback in south Florida. Arm strength, quickness, decision-making and leadership all rolled into one. This is a talented football player who ha competed at a high level since youth league, and has always been singled out for all the things he does – on and off the field to make his Wildcats better. Is one of the state’s statistical leaders through the first six weeks of the season. He has thrown 1,526 yards, 17 touchdowns and 1 interception.


2024 – La’Varis Stanford, DB/WR, Miami Immaculata LaSalle. One of the players that you many not be familiar with, but that is where we are at here in 2021. What you have in this young man is an athletic playmaker that can get it done on both sides of the ball. His ball skills on defense is a direct reflection of what he accomplishes as a receiver. A catalyst for a team that has won six straight to start the season. College coaches, at ALL levels may want to keep their eye on this football player, who continues to get better.


2023 – Hykeem Williams, WR, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan. All the hype that this quality talent received over the last year as he made the transition to football from the basketball court. This is indeed one of the best in Florida – with size, speed, athletic ability and plenty of confidence. While he sat out the Miramar game with a strained hamstring, he is still among the leaders in Florida in receptions and yards.


TRACKING POSITIONS: Keeping An Eye On The Football Talent In Miami-Dade & Broward Counties Year Round.

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