If you have followed us for any length of time, you already know that while we do spotlight and promote elite football talent in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, we also spend plenty of time making sure that EVERYONE who plays the sport also gets their share of the pie as well.
Via social media and other outlets, the one thing that we have been able to do is get teams, players and coaches – at every level – some of that much needed promotion that colleges and universities are always searching out.
Following football year-round – with no breaks at all – there is an opportunity to shine the light on student/athletes in every class and at every level.
Today, we put our focus on top-flight 2025 prospects who have already been getting attention, but some not enough.
We personally want to thank college and high school coaches, players and fans for the positive communication that they send us, recognizing what we do to assist in this process.
Deandre Desinor, RB/Athlete, 5-9, 170, Plantation American Heritage. This recent North Broward Prep transfer is easily one of the top prospects in the south Florida – after watching him the past two years. He is a tremendous line from scrimmage runner as well as key on passing downs and as a return specialist. He is quick, instinctive and can turn a game around just like that. Huge pickup for the defending 2A state runner up Patriots.
Chris Ewald, CB, 6-1, 170, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. Talk about making a major impact at the varsity level, this early University of Michigan commit has been showcasing his skills at the varsity level for two years, competing against some of the top football talent statewide, regionally, and nationally. Gifted cover corner who has the size and athletic ability to lineup against anyone – as he shows in practice each and every day going against elite offensive talent.
Ben Hanks Jr., CB, 6-1, 165, Miami Booker T. Washington. After starting his freshman season at Doral Academy, this is someone who has been on the radar screen for two full years – as he continues to get better, working harder and learning from some outstanding talent. The son of one-time Miami High and Florida Gator standout, this coming season will see him start to further reach his potential. Already holds offers from some impressive Power 5 programs nationally.
Darriel Harper, WR, 5-9, 150, Miami Christopher Columbus. If you haven’t watched this quality talent play yet, we suggest that you keep your eye on this gifted playmaker who has the chance to be very special over the next two years. Already made an impact on the 4M state champion Explorers. As he matures and grows physically, you will see him continue to transform into a top-flight receiver. One who college coaches will start to flock to – with good reason. Solid talent on the rise.
Rayquan Williams, RB/S, 5-8, 165, Miami Sunset. Part of getting out and watching prospects live, you run into gifted football players like this who are way under the radar. Despite an injury this past season, you can see just why coaches and players have been raving about this young man over the past year. Those who watched him play agree that over the next two seasons – if he remains healthy – will leap into the spotlight because he is a tremendous football player who is loaded with athleticism.