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Don’t Forget About These 5 Class of 2025 Prospects

The world of college football recruiting has indeed changed.

The days of just focusing on the next class of prospects, we are now jumping ahead two and three classes to be the first to jump on some stellar south Florida athletes.

While knowing who is ahead and what student/athletes will make an impact, sometimes the value of e targeting the upcoming group of football talent.

With so many gifted football players often playing in the shadow of some impressive prospects, the true value of some prospects is often taken for granted.

With the opportunity to see so many players live – in many settings during the year – we are fortunate to have the pleasure of following EVERY prospect, and that is something that high school coaches, parents, players, and college coaches have long told us how helpful the firsthand information is to them.

Today, we bring you five Class of 2025 rising seniors who many have heard about but may have no clue how vital they are to their respective programs.

Davaris Lawson, CB, 5-10, 175, Sunrise Piper. Having followed this impressive talent these past two years, all he does is make plays and give the Bengals a huge boost. As a playoff team in 2023, this is one of the prospects that this team truly needed. His numbers were indeed impressive - 35 Total Tackles, 26 Solo, 9 Assists, 8 PBUS/Forced Incompletions.


Johannes Mager, DE, 6-4, 230, Homestead. Talk about coming out of nowhere. While he played a year ago, this is a quality football player who is still learning the game. A native of Germany, his quest to get better and become one of the top prospects is endless. He is big, strong, extremely athletic and is like a sponge who picks things up quickly. Will be a catalyst this coming season for a team that is once again expected to do some big things. Keep an eye on him during the spring and summer and you will see why the school that fully discovers his talents will strike gold. His junior year numbers included 55 solo tackles, 74 total tackles, 23 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, 4 QB hurries.


Cameron Sapp, WR, 5-9, 170, Miami Palmetto. Ever since early in his sophomore year when head coach Mike Manasco pointed this impressive talent out, all he has done is produce – using a combination of skill, football IQ and athletic ability to put himself in the spotlight. Still, as much as he brings to the table as a difference maker, there are some who continue to overlook his overall value to the Panthers. Hidden the past two seasons by prospects who were getting more attention, here is a football talent who will emerge this coming season and into the future. Also boasts a 3.5 GPA in the classroom.


Trevor Sommers, Edge, 6-3, 245, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. While he committed to the University of Pittsburgh, this is still a quality football talent who makes plays and is always around the ball. His strong football background has given him a huge advantage during this process. Watch him play and you will be bowled over by a motor that never stops and the way he overpowers offensive linemen. While he is on the radar with many colleges – including the Panthers – this is an extremely gifted student/athlete who maintains an eye-catching 4.5 grade point average in the classroom. He certainly has Raiders’ football in his bloodlines.


Kyle Washington, WR, 5-9, 165, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. This needs to be said right off the top: this is easily one of the best and most productive football players in the state. Often playing “second fiddle” to the other receivers who are in the spotlight, there is simply no getting around the fact that this is the ultimate team player, who fills up the stat sheet and finds the end zone – often. You will never hear him complain about his role, but college coaches who have watched him perform and know all about evaluating top-flight football players, understand exactly what he has brought to this team – on and off of the playing field. Will end up making an impact at the next level!




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