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5 South Florida Prospects To Keep A Eye On

When it comes to high school football coverage and getting to see athletes live, it is something that we have done for over a half century.

Sitting home in front of a computer and throwing out stats that were sent in is never going to fully give athletes the right kind of exposure.

Being “old school” certainly has plenty of advantages, especially when it comes to recruiting – and that is the reason why we continue to promote, evaluate and expose football talent across the Sunshine State.

Coaches, players, administrators and parents that we see at some 5-6 high school games LIVE every week have expressed their gratitude because they see the results that profiles and talent breakdowns have helped to get the over 3,000 college coaches who follow us annually.

Every Wednesday, adding to the coverage we continue to provide every day of the week on several websites and social media outlets, we bring you five more prospects to keep an eye on.

Today, we bring you 5 more football players that we have watched from 5 feet away and can give you recruiting information that perhaps film or sending in stats and photos will never accomplish.

We hope that this is something that helps you when you watch high school football in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

2023 – Hezekiah Harris, QB, 6-1, 185, Miami Edison. Watching this quality talent over the past two years – at Miami Booker T. Washington and now with the Red Raiders, you can see a very gifted and accurate prospect with arm strength, good size and a mind to play the position. Watching him perform at college camps during the summer, he continued to draw raves from coaches and athletes alike. This is someone who is emerging, and as Edison continues to have success, more and more people will be watching.


2023 – Marcus Jackson, RB, 5-8, 165, Hollywood McArthur. Another of the prospects that we watched during the off-season, and as 2021 began, this is a gifted back who has already shown that he has everything that it takes to be special – and with continued work throughout the year, this is a football player who will start to turn more heads. Tremendous vision and enough speed to get through those holes for the Mustangs.


2023 – Nehemiah Larry, DE/DT, 5-11, 230, Hollywood Avant Garde Academy. A very impressive and versatile prospect that head coach Daniel Luque and his staff are very excited about for the Sharks. A quick, athletic and instinctive playmaker who is getting better every day. His work ethic and passion for the game is certainly a foundation for a solid career on the gridiron. Keep your eye on this talented young man.


2023 – Jacob Pion, WR/LB/TE/S, 6-1, 195, Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest. Over the past two years, this is a talented young man that we started to follow and watch – and while he plays at a school that may not get the spotlight that others are receiving, this is a gifted football prospect who plays multiple positions. One of those student/athletes who plays this game with plenty of passion. He is a worker, who wants to get better and play this sport at the next level, and with a 4.71 GPA, there is no doubt that he will have his opportunity. This is truly one of the football prospects you need to keep an eye on.


2024 – Keion Reyes, OL, 6-2, 305, Miami Carol City. Watching this gifted prospect last year as a freshman, and following him around in the off-season, there is no getting around the fact that this is a special young man, who even as a sophomore for the Chiefs has turned into a leader – as we watched already this season. Definitely someone who will be on the radar for years to come.


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