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5 Prospects To Watch For In Miami-Dade/Broward Counties

Having the opportunity to watch south Florida prospects year round certainly gives us an advantage when promoting football prospects.

For decades, we have made sure to expose as many players as possible – with college coaches watching 12 months a year.

With the 2022 season under way, several Miami-Dade and Broward County athletes continue to make an impact with many gaining exposure already.

Every month, we release hundreds of new names from watching and NOT sitting behind a computer. Colleges respect the fact that we give them much more from what everyone watched from a highlight tape.

Today, we bring you five more football players who are turning heads – some with no exposure at all – while others are already receiving attention.

Here is a look at this week’s group:

2023 - Christian de Villiers, P/K, 6-4, 200, Miami Christopher Columbus. One of the nation’s elite punters and kickers, he had the opportunity to showcase his skill level in last week’s huge win against defending state champion Tampa Jesuit. He is explosive and accurate and has become one of the premier specialists in the country – combining distance and hang time that college coaches simply cannot ignore. Right now he is as good as ANY collegiate punter – with everything he does. Keep an eye on this quality talent because he is going to the next level – and way beyond! He also happens to have an amazing 5.2 GPA in the classroom.


2023 - Jordan Faison, DB/RB, 5-10, 170, Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest. One of the versatile prospects who has already started to showcase his skills on both sides of the ball – as a runner, who had 177 yards a week ago, and as a defensive prospect. On a team that has a number of quality football players, here is someone who has a chance to turn heads this season – with seven plus games left to go.


2024 - Jadyn Glasser, QB, 6-2, 195, South Plantation. Looking for a reason why the Paladins are 3-0 for the first time in well over decade? Here is a great place to start. Someone who put in plenty of time during the off-season at camps, combines and in 7-on-7 events. A quality young man who embraces the competition, wanting to prove that his arm strength and leadership as a junior is something that very few quarterbacks have. Keep an eye on his progress this season.


2025 Josh Moore, WR, 6-3, 170, Pembroke Pines West Broward. One of the new faces on the south Florida scene. Someone who has already turned enough heads with his many abilities as such a young prospect who had a huge game in front of several scouts and recruiters last week in McCallie, Tennessee with over 200 yards. Has the size, quickness and athletic ability that will only improve over the next three years. As more coaches and analysts find out about this impressive talent, you will see the offers pour in and the evaluations start to surface all over the internet.


2023 – Mark Wilder Jr., RB, 5-8, 175, Doral Academy. On a team loaded with talent, here is an impressive runner who combines so many positives. Has busted out of the gate this season, showcasing his speed, ability to pick out hole and come up with the big play. In last week’s win, he was indeed the difference with 295 yards and four scores for head coach Eddie Delgado and the Firebirds. Will continue to be one of the premier backs in south Florida throughout the 2022 season and colleges will continue to look in his direction.





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