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South Florida Class of 2024 Prospects Continue To Shine

During the summer – in anticipation of the 2021 season – there have been a number of football prospects throughout south Florida, who are getting some much-needed recognition.

From seniors to sophomores, college coaches made sure to check out every athlete in all classes, and that put everyone in the spotlight.

As you have watched this off season, we have continued to promote prospects in every class, giving them a spotlight that they may not have had in the past.

Today, we once again take a look at some of the promising sophomores in the 2024 class.

Michael Brennan, OL, 6-1, 265, Weston Cypress Bay. One of the up-and-coming line prospects in south Florida, here is an outstanding student/athlete who was an 8th grade Under Armour All-American. Also gets it done in the classroom (3.75 GPA). In addition, he has the chance to be a solid wrestler for the Lightning’s state-rated program. College coaches are already watching his progress over the first two years.

Ricky Joseph, Athlete/S, 6-0, 180, Miami Beach. Talk about a prospect who is truly under the radar, and this young man certainly fits that tag. A solid, versatile football player who can perform on either side of the ball – and had turned heads as far back last year when we had the pleasure of watching this impressive talent play live – and came away thoroughly impressed at everything he brings to the table as a football player. In addition to everything he does on offense, this is also a quality college secondary performer.

Joshua Lloyd, DE, 6-2, 225, Deerfield Beach. Here is an emerging “Edge” rusher who has already turned heads with his overall play and passion for the game. This is someone who has a chance – during 2021 – to grab the spotlight, and as he continues to mature and grow, you will see what so many have watched this past off-season as the pandemic eases and more eyes are firmly on this quality football talent. Quick first step and overwhelming strength!

Keion Reyes, OL, 6-2, 305, Miami Carol City. After watching this impressive “big man” the past two years, there is no doubt that he is in the next wave of talent that this program is trying to build back up. His love for the position and this game shows in his work ethic. A solid talent, who continues to grab the spotlight at everything he attended in the off-season, and as the season approaches, you can guarantee that this is going to be someone that will continue to attract the attention. Does so many things well for a student/athlete with his limited experience.

Dylan Stephenson, DE, 6-4, 230, Miami Killian. Here is another prospect that we had the chance to watch a number of times the past year – and each time – he impressed more and more. This is one of those elite prospects who has already received national attention for his work in the off-season. Like so many prospects who are young, expect that this will be the season when things begin to unfold for this quality football player. Like so many gifted south Florida underclassmen, expect this talented football player to continue leaving a huge mark.

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