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Eye On Under-The-Radar Miami-Dade/Broward Prospects

Believe it or not, even with all the off-season activities that athletes have attended, there are still several seniors who have not received exposure.

While spring football, summer camps, combines and 7-on-7 events have opened the way for many Miami-Dade and Broward football prospects to get some of the spotlight, we head toward the 2023 season with many still searching for that break.

As you know if you follow what we do, getting prospects out there for colleges to check out is our main priority. While we are always concerned with the high-level players, they are NOT the ones who need the help – whether those fan websites believe it or not.

Today we bring you five Class of 2024 rising seniors to keep an eye on:

Rashard Carter, DB, 5-9, 162, Miami Norland. This is a quality talent who has come a long way, and when you watch him play, you are sold by what he brings to the table as someone who has great anticipation on passing down, but physical enough to stop the run. In addition, his 4.4 grade point average in the classroom will continue to open doors. Keep your eye on this young man.


Jeremy Fishkin, OL, 6-5, 305, Parkland Douglas. Talk about a prospect who has blown up over the past few months, this impressive talent has shown that he has the size, skill, and knowledge of the position. He is one of many offensive linemen who has come through this program, and as he gets more exposure his stock will continue to rise. Has a solid spring game, going against a pair of defensive linemen who have already received a number of offers. Like many of the talented young men we have been fortunate to spotlight, Jeremy also gets it done in the classroom, boasting a 3.6 grade point average. College coaches need to keep their eye on his progress this season.


Curtis Janvier, DB, 6-0, 175, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. From the time he began playing, everyone was sold on this playmaker. He has been a key part of the Lions’ success over the past two seasons, and heads into 2023 ready to continue elevating his game. In 11 games last season, he finished with 20 solo tackles, 14 assists, three interceptions and six pass breakups. On a team that is expected to do some big things again this coming season, this is certainly someone to watch.


Tristan Pineda, WR, 6-2, 180, Miami Christopher Columbus. 4.57 GPA. Trying to follow in the footsteps of his twin brother Cameron, who recently received his first D1 offer, this young man brings so much to the game as a student/athlete. A part of the 4A state champions, here is a receiver who has size, quickness, skill, and amazing grades (4.57 grade point average). All he needs is a chance to showcase his skills and colleges will see exactly why he is one of those talented young men who have flown under the radar. He is a big target that has the chance to really step up in 2023 for the Explorers.


Jarrod Young, LB/RB/LS, 6-0, 200, Miami Gardens Monsignor Edward Pace. 2.9 GPA. One of the truly versatile performers in the class, here is the perfect example of doing as many things as you can to get noticed. As a running back he has the vision and instinct to get through holes and has the speed to turn a short run into a long gain. Has also shown that he can catch the ball out of the backfield, giving the Spartans another weapon. As a linebacker he is indeed a performer who will be an asset to the team with his athleticism. College coaches need to keep an eye on this talent, who also keeps his grade up (2.9 GPA) and is ready to go.


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