Throughout the years, when looking at running back prospects nationally, one of the stops for college coaches was certainly in south Florida.
One of the “hotbeds” for talent, Miami-Dade and Broward has long been a place where colleges come to check out the speed and durability in the offensive backfield – and this Class of 2023 is certainly no exception.
Everywhere you look, there are game-changers. Prospects who are already on the radar screen – and ready to make an impact at the next level – and beyond.
While we are promoting every prospect in south Florida this summer, it is important that the information that we post is 100 percent correct, so if an athlete is not playing running back anymore or has switched schools, those are the things we need to know.
We have thousands of college coaches who follow all of our posts – and because we continue to promote these athletes after seeing them LIVE in games, practices and scrimmages, these are the things that college coaches want to see.
There is no doubt that this Class of 2023 is loaded with quality performers. Some who have already landed on the radar screen – while others are being introduced for the first time.
Here is a look at some of the impressive talent that coaches are watching – such as Miami St. Brendan transfers Ryan Bullard (Miami Killian) and Mike Caldwell Jr. (Hialeah Champagnat Catholic for starters.
The class also has a trio of Plantation American Heritage backs – in nationally-rated Mark Fletcher Jr., Jeremy Dinkins III and Reggie Foster. Miami Northwestern elite prospect Jamari Ford, Jonathan "Jon" Harris (Miami Central), Sedrick Irvin Jr. (Miami Gulliver Prep), Jaden Miller (Homestead South Dade) and South Miami’s Levy Miller are also special.
Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons is the defending 4A state champions for a reason – and Torrence Miller and Kamari Moulton are two of them.
Monsignor Pace transfer Ean Pope (Miami Central) is special. So are Gemari Sands (Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, Georgia Tech commit Javin Simpkins (Miami Norland) and Miami Palmer Trinity versatile Santana Wooten.
THERE ARE MORE TO WATCH
The Class is truly stacked with prospects who figure to make an impact in 2021. Check out these impressive football players:
Lucas Amaya, Miami Belen Jesuit
A.J. Balsera, Miami Belen Jesuit
Aaron Boffill, Hialeah Barbara Goleman
Tramain Brown, Miami Northwestern
Raequan Cannon, North Miami
Quincy Casimir, Deerfield Beach
Jason Demetrius, Miami Coral Reef
Jordan Faison, Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest
Lemmie Faulk, Miami Carol City
Jaferris Finley, Fort Lauderdale Dillard
Deshun Fleming, Miami International Academy
Evan Gill, SW Ranches Archbishop McCarthy
Andre Hall, Hialeah-Miami Lakes
Gabe Hardman, Miami Palmetto
Reggie Heywood, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian
Andre Johnson, Miami Booker T. Washington
Ke’shawn Jones, Deerfield Beach
Joshua Joseph, Parkland Douglas
Marc Joseph, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely
Kyle Kelsey, Miami Palmer Trinity
Jalen Lewis, Plantation
Antonio Martin, Lauderdale Lake Boyd Anderson
Travon Miller, Miami Springs
Eli Daniel Ogiomizo, Miramar Everglades
Rene Paez, Miami Palmer Trinity
Reydjon Petion, Coconut Creek Monarch
Marquis Pierre, Homestead Everglades Prep
Ladarius Pitts, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely
Justin Reyes, Homestead Somerset Silver Palms
Jake Rubin, Pompano Beach
Dorian Sampson, Plantation
Amari Swain, Coconut Creek Monarch
Morris Thomas, Miami Springs
Shawn Williams, Plantation
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