When it comes to recruiting for over the past five decades, we have earned our reputation with college coaches, high coaches, student/athlete and fans for being able to see prospects live.
The one thing we have long preached is if you cannot get out an see these young men live at different events and at games, you are limiting yourself to the most important part of talent recruiting – CHARACTER.
You cannot see important things about an athlete that colleges and universities cannot see sitting at home or in their offices on the computer. Things that are vital to the process.
For 54 years the one thing that has set us apart from most is our ability to attend practices, camps, combines, 7-on-7 events, spring and summer football – and part of 100 live games a year. That is why our rankings and player evaluations include EVERYTHING that colleges are searching for.
During the season, we release players, rankings, and profiles on the thousands of football players we have seen – and not just heard about. That way we have the opportunity to not only single out star-rated prospects, but also many football players that are under-the-radar.
Today we bring you five Class of 2025 football players. Some you may have watched – while others you have never heard much about.
From Pensacola to Key West and everywhere in between we have the opportunity to see, up close and personal, athletes that many only see from their home computers or hear about from coaches, pushing prospects out to be publicized.
Randy Adirika, DL, 6-4, 265, Miami Central. You want to talk big time playmaker; this is someone who you need to pay attention to. As a sophomore, he lined up next to freshman All-America Reuben Bain. Last season, as a junior, he played right next to Miami signee Armondo Blount. He gets to the quarterback and is a major run stopper. Is as good as anyone in the state.
Darius Curington, OL, 6-2, 300, Miami Edison. From Jackson to American, back to Jackson and now as a member of head coach Luther Campbell and the Red Raiders, this is indeed one of the way under-the-radar offensive lineman, who continues to grow, mature, and learn more and more about the game. Could emerge into one of the best in south Florida.
Darius “Boobie” Johnson, WR, 5-11, 160, Miami Northwestern. Ever since arriving two years ago from Edison, this is someone who has shown plenty of promise, and while he has played for two head coaches, this is an off-season that should reveal is speed, athleticism and ability to play this game at a high level. A student/athlete, he holds down a 3.5 GPA in the classroom, which will help to open doors at the next level as well.
Jonathan Rousseau, DB, 6-1, 180, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons. Having the opportunity to watch him play three times this past season, there is no doubt that this is the next man up for head coach Matt Dubuc and the Chiefs. Not only is a hue physical cover man, but his ability to help shut down the run is also quite impressive. In addition, he gives this team someone who can make an impact on special teams. As well as he does on the football field, his work in the classroom (3.4 GPA) is also a huge enhancement to college coaches at the next level.
Olivier Zamor, DT/NG, 5-11, 260, Pembroke Pines Charter. The very first thing you notice about this impressive talent is his low center of gravity and motor that never stops. Whether it’s from the interior tackle position or at the nose guard, his strength and athletic ability along with his passion gives him an advantage. He has a knack for being around the ball and has tremendous vision. Coaches love what he brings to the table as a team player, which goes a long way. This is the kind of player that head coach Keidran Willis loves on his teams.
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