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Keep An Eye On These 5 Class of 2024 Miami-Dade/Broward Standouts

With the season fast approaching, we continue to bring you prospects to keep an eye on for the upcoming season.

Remember, stars do not matter to what we do. Our position has always been to promote every prospect in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Even though many ignore the fact that a majority of every high school football program in the country has less five Power 5 or Group of 5 prospects. That means that many are in need of exposure that many fan websites or recruiting services do not provide.

We have the pleasure of putting out well over 2,000 athletes every year, and while some of them will be play at a high level, most are in need for the exposure so college coaches who are looking for student/athletes will have part of that spotlight that is needed.

Here is a look at some of those Class of 2024 football players who do not get the publicity needed to have a chance to land a college scholarship:

Ayden Anderson, QB, 5-10, 170, Miami Springs. One of the rising underclassmen who is coming off a solid 2021 season for a team that is looking to build back to where it was a few years back. A running quarterback who has speed and instincts out of the spread attack. While he doesn’t pass a lot, he does have that ability when needed. Will continue to mature and elevate his game.


Michael Brennan, OL, 6-2, 260, Weston Cypress Bay. Here is a talented young man we have watched before he entered high school. His growth and maturity are the things that stand out – as he worked hard in the off-season, attending as many events as possible. Has a chance over the next two years to make a huge impact. His athletic ability separates him from line prospects in this class. If he stays healthy, the sky will be the limit. A player to keep an eye on.


Ralph Gilbert, RB, 5-7, 170, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian. When you watch this quality prospect run the ball, the first thing you notice is how quick he hits to the hole and finds running daylight. He is fast and has tremendous vision, and this year, will be looked upon to add that much needed balance from an improved passing game. He has two full years left to impress college coaches.


Kyle Laurent, OL, 6-2, 325, Hollywood McArthur. The great thing about this “big man” is he continues to learn the position while getting bigger and stronger. From last season, you can see how much improvement he has made, and that is something that the Mustangs are extremely happy about as the continue to grow. Open holes for the running game and as he works on his footwork, he pass protection will continue to get better. Has the size and the passion to get better, and that is a winning combination.


Eldreen Terma, LB, Miami Edison. Having watched this young man mature over the past year has been fun. A hard-hitting playmaker who has the speed, instincts and everything that is needed to play this game at the next level. Like so many rising stars in this class, he has two full years to get better and attract the attention, which he has already.





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