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Carol City Is On The Way Back

If you have followed south Florida football for any length of time, you already know that when Miami Carol City’s football program is doing well, it is great for football in the Sunshine State.

This program has long been one of the schools that produces talent, wins state titles and is often in the playoff mix. That has not been the case over the past few years – and as things begin to turn around, the alumni and those who follow the Chiefs closely are indeed pleased by the way this off-season has taken place.

When George Stubbs Sr. was hired, this program received a quick infusion of respect, knowledge, and the understanding that they hired someone who knows the game and has been around programs that have been through the building process.

What has happened since Stubbs and his staff came aboard is impressive. Several established football prospects have joined the program and have elevated this team as they head toward their intra-squad spring game this Thursday night (7:30) at Lester Brown Park (19405 NW 32nd Ave, Miami Gardens, FL 33056).

If the ball is to start rolling at this school, it will be the rising senior (2025) class that will need to step up.

Among those talented prospects include Davon Baker (LB, 6-0, 195), Derrick Bromell (DB, 5-10, 160), Qualon Barr (OL, 6-1, 315), Davion Figaro (DB, 5-11, 170), Shamar Fowles (WR, 6-1, 180), Jaylin Jackson (WR, 6-0, 162), Lawrence Johnson (LB, 5-11, 210), Mitchmael Joseph (WR, 6-1, 170), Randy Phillips III (QB, 6-6, 185), Jamal Rowell (DL, 6-0, 290), and standout edge rusher Brandon Thomas (6-6, 210).


No matter what happens this coming season, the future of Carol City will fall with the prospects who are in the 2026, 2027 and incoming 2028 classes.

Here is a look at some of those gifted prospects:


There is a lot of talent in this rising junior group – such as Shmar Akande (DB, 6-2, 170), Jonathan Brooks (DL, 6-4, 245), University of Miami commitment Jordan Campbell (Athlete, 6-2, 203), Daishaun Dorsett (LB, 6-3, 195), Milka Drummonds (OL, 6-4, 260), Alexander Gayle (OL, 5-11, 285), Thomas Jones (DB, 5-11, 165), Justin Rowell (LB, 5-10, 185), and defensive lineman Dennairio Williams (6-0, 220).


Keep an eye on this gifted class with prospects such as Santana Blount (WR, 5-8, 140), Jashon Chaneton (DB, 6-0, 162), Antwon Coleman Jr. (DL, 6-1, 300), Tavius Higgs (DL, 6-5, 260), and linebacker Keith Logan (5-11, 175).

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