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5 Miami-Dade/Broward Prospects To Watch

As we begin the Kickoff Classics this week, we will now step up our coverage of prospects to keep an eye on throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

This is the time of year when college coaches and recruiting analysts are following everything we post – as the recruit this region for the upcoming class as well as underclassmen who are competing at the varsity level.

As you will see, we not only spotlight the Power 5 and Group of 5 prospects, but we also make sure that all levels of athletes are exposed as over 100,000 followers on all our social media outlets as well as our various websites and podcasts will have the opportunity to read about the football prospects and also watch their film.

Today, we give you five more student/athletes to keep an eye on:

2024 – Joshua Daniel, LB, 5-11, 185, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely. Got an early exposure jump on the 2022 season with a solid performance in last Saturday’s scrimmage in Fort Lauderdale. Already showcasing his many skills this past spring and summer, this talented prospect showed off his tackling skills and also his technique as this program is certainly on the upswing. Keep an eye on this young man as well as the Tigers.


2024 - Joaquin Edie, WR/DB, 5-10, 160, Weston Cypress Bay. A two-way standout who head coach Rocco Casullo has talked about the past few months. His ability to get open and catch the ball on offense – along with ball skills on the defensive side makes him a prospect to definitely keep your eye on over the next two seasons. This is not the last time this impressive football player will be in a bright spotlight.


2023 - Jamari Haynes, WR, 5-10, 160, Plantation. After a tremendous junior season, this quality playmaker started his final season out with a great spring and summer – and last Saturday – he kicked off the season with some big plays in a spring scrimmage. This is yet another impressive football talent to keep an eye on this coming season for head coach Steve Davis and the Colonels.


2023 - Jaden Miller, RB, 5-11, 175, Miami Southridge. One of the biggest transfers in the off-season was one that was not heavily publicized, but one that will give the Spartans a major boost. Ever since he arrived at the high school level, this promising talent has shown what he can do, and now as he makes the move to play for head coach Pierre Senatus and the Spartans. He is not only a solid line from scrimmage runner but can play on special teams and catch the ball out of the backfield as well.


2024 – George Stubbs Jr., OL, 6-0, 330, Hollywood Avant Garde Academy. Making the move – with his dad (head coach George Stubbs Sr.) – from Miami-Dade Christian for his junior season, this is a young man who has flown under the radar. His technique, strength and knowledge of the game puts him years ahead of his age group. Will be a big part of the Sharks this coming season.





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