Recruiting News

5 More Local Rising Senior Prospects To Watch

As we continue to ease into the off-season and attend many, many events to help promote and assist in the recruiting process, we uncover talent that we have been fortunate to watch first hand.

At a time when college coaches are looking beyond the Xs and Os and concentrating on character and other important part of the recruiting process that you have to know about the student/athletes.

Our success has been based on not only evaluating but going way beyond the star-rated prospects who are on everyone’s radar.

Over the years, we have been fortunate to watch some of the best football players of all-time, but we have also been honored to uncover talent that many have not watched or talked with.

Today, as we continue to bring you Miami-Dade and Broward talent, we have five more class of 2025 football players to keep an eye on throughout the spring and summer.

Logan Andrews, WR, 6-3, 190, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. Coming from an athletic family where his mother was a collegiate softball player and his sisters are at a high level of volleyball, here is someone who is ready to take his game to the next level. As he moves from Cardinal Gibbons for his final season, he has a chance to be one of the Raiders centerpiece receivers.


Curtis Bryant IV, S, 5-11, 170, Miami Southridge. When you talk about exposure, there are many athletes who are often hidden by the fact that while their teams are not in the spotlight, they are not getting the fill spotlight. This impressive talent has emerged as one of the best safeties in south Florida because of his talent and the fact that head coach Pierre Senatus and his Spartans are a program that continues to play at a high level.


Trent Dubuc, WR, 6-0, 180, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons. Here is a gifted student/athlete that we had the chance to watch since he started playing youth football, and while there is no guarantee that being the son of a football coach, there is that advantage of being around the game seeing what hard work and dedication will bring. Has turned out to be a sure-handed, quick slot receiver that is looking forward to his final year at the high school level. Player a big role in the success of the team this past season, and is expected to bring plenty to the table in 2024.


Deangelo Thompson, DE, 6-4, 215, Miami Central. With players such as Reuben Bain, Armondo Blount and current rising senior Randy Adirika grabbing much of the spotlight, this coming season will be the year that this one-time Miami Springs has a breakout season. Brings so much to that table as an edge rusher who has length quickness and the ability to recognize the flow of the play. As he showed in last year’s game against district rival Miami Norland, he has what it takes to be very special. The only thing separating him from the next level is experience and getting enough reps.


Antonio Ward, S, 5-9, 175, Coconut Creek Monarch. While he isn’t the largest secondary performer, he is indeed one of the most instinctive and gifted. Whether it’s at the safety position or in space, his ball skills and knack of being around the action, coming up with game-altering tackles, gives him a huge advantage and will draw plenty of attention this off-season. Quality football talent that makes the Knights stronger on defense.



For the past 54 years, we have spent plenty of time on football fields throughout the country. From games to practices, camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, we remain steadfast to promote all south Florida’s high school football prospects. Follow us on Facebook (Larry Blustein) Instagram (@OurBoyBlu) and Twitter (@larryblustein). Contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..