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Miami-Dade/Broward 2025 Prospects Look For Exposure

As you already know, our objective is to promote every player in each class – no matter how many “stars” have.

During the course of a year, we are honored to cover the most talented and deepest pool of athletes anywhere in the country, and while those elite prospects often do not need exposure, we spend a lot of time giving other prospects the spotlight.

Throughout the year we receive texts, calls and messages from college coaches all over the country who are seeking football talent from south Florida. They know that the players we have here in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties can turn their programs around.

But as they are looking for athletes, they are also searching for prospects who have grades. No matter what anyone tells you, grades are what can send you to college or leave you home to watch your dreams evaporate.

Today, we continue to concentrate on those Class of 2025 seniors who are still searching for that exposure that can help them get to that next level.

Here are five more to keep an eye on:

Sebastian Circo, QB, 6-1, 185, Davie Western. Comes south from Nebraska for his final high school season and he has been everything as advertised. This is indeed a student of the game who embraces the opportunity to play for a program that has a great chance of advancing to their first ever state football championship. He is not only a talented passer but can extend plays with his legs as he showed with four touchdown drives in the spring for the Wildcats. Plenty of colleges are already trying to lock him down.


Darius Curington, OL, 6-2, 260, Miami Edison. Here is yet another prospect that still is flying beneath the radar as he heads to play for the Red Raiders after spending time with Hialeah American and Miami Jackson. Watch him play and you will see what makes the “Bigworm” so special. He has that mean streak on the field and never stops until the whistle blows. Will play interior at the next level because of his strength and athleticism. Defensive linemen better be on their toes.


Dylan Gill, LB, 6-4, 220, Homestead South Dade. Yet another football player that has put himself on the radar makes the move from Miami Killian to play for a contender. His size, quickness and ability to make plays is what the Buccaneers will be getting for the 2024 season. He has the opportunity to be a part of a defense that will certainly be among the most talented in south Florida this coming season. Many are anxious to watch what he does this coming season.


James Johnson, OL, 6-2, 285, Homestead. It’s safe to say that when it comes to being under the radar, here is the player that fits that description 100 percent. Comes over from Miami St. Brendan as a gifted lineman who brings everything to the table. Talent, strength, quickness and leadership. If the Broncos are going to get back to the state championship game for the third straight year, prospects like this will be responsible. During the spring, his new teammates saw exactly what he brings to a table that has been set for the past two years. Puts a lot of time into competing in the off-season.


Sean Burke, DL, 6-6, 215, Hollywood South Broward. Becomes the third member of his family to attend South Broward and receive a college scholarship. His father was a standout football and baseball player who attended Bethune Cookman. His older brother is an offensive lineman and Florida International University, and now this four-year varsity performer will also be headed to FIU next year. There are very few who put in the work he does. He has size, athleticism and a passion to play this game at a high level. Will be huge for the Bulldogs this season as they go for another district title.



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