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Five Class of 2025 Miami-Dade Broward Receivers

As the talented Class of 2023 receivers continue to find college homes, other prospects – who are much younger – are starting to showcase their skills.

With an off-season that uncovered some quality pass catchers, the focus is indeed on the future.

From Homestead to Deerfield Beach, the talent that is ready to make a major impact is indeed mind-boggling, to say the least.

No matter what star they are labeled by these scouting services or fan websites, these young men are football players who are discovered an promoted by sources who watch them perform at so many practices, scrimmages and other exposure opportunities.

Many high school and college coaches trust the people who see these young men LIVE and not just promote to promote – without ever seeing these gifted football players do their thing.

Here are five gifted players already on the radar because of what they did a year ago as well as on 7-on-7 events, camps and combines:

Jade Card, 6-4, 195, Hollywood South Broward. One of the premier prospects in a class that continues to get better. No matter where you put him on the field, he stands out – and colleges and universities have already taken full notice. The thing that you first notice when watching him perform is his skill and athletic ability along with really good size.


Richard Hollis, 5-10, 155, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely. Yet another rising standout that the coaching staff talked about early and continues to showcase. College coaches that watched him believe that over the next few years. Has the speed, athleticism and football skills to make an impact against anyone he lines up against. You will want to keep an eye on his progress.


Cortez Mills, 6-1, 170, Homestead. There’s no doubt that if you watch him play, you will be sold right away. On a team loaded with offensive playmakers, here is one that everyone on the team talks about. His ability to get open and give the Broncos yet another threat who will only get better over the next three seasons. Easily one of the best in Florida – at any level!


Cameron Sapp, 5-9, 150, Miami Palmetto. Following in some rather large footsteps, you can see his skill level the very first time you watch him perform. His ability to make yards after the catch gives him a huge advantage with running instincts that may pass catchers simply do not have. Outstanding football talent that like many in this class, will only get better. Another quality sophomore to keep an eye on.


Jahmari Smith, 6-0, 170, Miami Jackson. Watching him play live is worth the admission. He makes something big out of nothing and that is why college coaches are totally impressed with what “Smitty” brings to the table as a football player and as a teammate for a General team that will be much improved in 2022. It will be fun to watch his progress.





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