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Five south Florida Playoff Prospects

As you know by now, when it comes to promotion and getting football prospects out to colleges, there are very few sources that can make the same claim.

Camps, combines, 7-on-7 events, practices and games year-round has given us the opportunity to watch some of the best talent in the nation – live.

The opportunity to see these young men from five feet away has always been the reason that college coaches from all over the nation follow the content and evaluations we put out throughout the year.

College coaches know what sources actually see these young men and which ones rely on film and high school parents sending them information. They have been able to separate those who see limited prospects and those who can go beyond the actual football and talk about character and grades in the classroom.

As we do each and every Wednesday, we bring you five football players to keep your eye on in every class, and with the playoffs in full swing, we bring you players who have taken part in this year’s post season.

2023 – Jason Bourciquot, WR, 6-0, 175, Pembroke Pines Charter. While many recruiting services still continue to buy into the hype that many tag these football prospects, we have always subscribed to production, which wins out all the time. Here is a standout who produced this year – and while his name is not mentioned with players who have all the major offers, he did his job on the football field. Over 900 yards and 10 touchdowns put this program in the spotlight this past season, and as we are now in the middle of November, college coaches will start to follow all-star games and watch film, and with this quality talent, they will have a lot to see. 


2023 – Asante Daniel, QB, 6-1, 165, Coconut Creek. If you have followed this game long enough you already understand that statistics are often misleading. In this quality student/athlete you have someone who may not have put up the eye-catching numbers, but watching him perform, you see a gifted performer who was a leader and ran the offense to the tune of 333 points and six wins against tough competition.


2026 – Bryce Fitzgerald, DB/WR, 6-1, 175, Miami Belen Jesuit. On a team loaded with impressive underclassmen, here is yet another amazing talent you are going to need to keep an eye on over the next few years. Related to former Belen Jesuit standout running Back Imani Davis, this season was one that showed off his many skills. Not only was he the leading pass catcher on the offensive side of the ball but was one of south Florida’s top defensive backs – coming away with six interceptions. This is a future Power 5 football player who college coaches will need to get on now – and stay on him over the next few years. The real deal!


2024 – Chance Robinson, WR, 6-2, 180, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. Once again, this year, the underclass was loaded with difference makers, especially at the wide receiver position. With all the talent that there is nationwide for this class and this position, this is one who has to figure in as easily one of the best you will find. It’s not only about being gifted, but his ability to put up huge numbers has proven to college coaches that his 11 touchdowns and over 400 receiving yards on an unbeaten team, loaded with talent, is the reason that college coaches all over the nation are looking to get him on their campus in two years. 

2025 – Kenny Williams, WR, 5-10, 165, Miami Gulliver Prep. Speaking of underclassmen, here is yet another emerging star that is a player that head coach Earl Sims and his staff have been talking about all season. A gifted playmaker who was instrumental in helping this team reach the playoffs. The great thing about this talent is he has only scratched the surface and we will have the chance to see it during the off-season.



For the past 52 years, we have spent plenty of time on football fields than anyone in the country. From games to practices, camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, we get to as many events as possible to see the athletes LIVE. Follow us on Facebook (Larry Blustein) Instagram (@OurBoyBlu) and Twitter (@larryblustein). Contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..