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Miami-Dade, Broward 2025 Prospects Shine At FIU Mega Camp

As we are now a little more than halfway through the June Camp and 7-on-7 college season, several prospects throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have been heading all over the country to put themselves in front of college coaches who can make decisions about their futures.

In south Florida, schools such as Miami, Florida Atlantic, Keiser and Florida International have been opening their doors to student/athletes in classes 2025-2028 that are looking to put themselves on the radar and showcase their skills.

FIU is one of those schools with several exposure events – as head coach Mike MacIntyre and his staff are giving prospects throughout the Sunshine State that opportunity that is needed.

Last Saturday, over 400 prospects attended the Mega Camp event as college coaches – not only from FIU – but other programs attended to watch and evaluate the talent on hand.

The Mega Camps are now a thing that bring several college coaches on campuses around the nation to potentially help fill their rosters.

On Saturday, Temple University, St. Thomas University, Norfolk State and several other schools watched drills and competition over four hours.


With the start of the 2024 high school football season right around the corner, the senior class (2025) is indeed in the spotlight as several showed up on Saturday.

Among those invited were Nathan Avael (QB, Miami St. Brendan), Stephanos Balestra (WR, Miami Killian), Jukari Blackshere (WR, Hialeah American), Anthony Brown (WR, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Ezekiel Burrell (WR, Pembroke Pines Flanagan), Woody Celucien (OL, Miami Central), Derrick Ferguson (RB, Southwest Miami), Christopher Festa (CB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Janoris Foster (CB, Coconut Creek Monarch), Gabriel Fraga (QB, Miami Christopher Columbus), Javier Frazier (CB, Fort Lauderdale Dillard), Terance Gillins (CB, Sunrise Piper), Lucas Goenaga (QB, Miami Palmetto), Julien Herrera (OLB, Southwest Miami), Franklyn Johnson Jr. (TE, Pembroke Pines West Broward), and Fredrick King (DL, Miami Northwestern).

In addition, prospects in the 2025 class also included Opious Knox Jr. (WR/DB, Coral Springs), Jordan London (WR, Sunrise Piper), Yosvani Loriga (DL, Southwest Miami), Tutaunkamun Louis (OLB, Coral Springs Coral Glades), Julian Mellado (S, Miami Country Day), L.J. Mendez (OL, Miami Belen Jesuit), Mekhi Miller (DL, Coconut Creek Monarch), Diego Montes (OL, South Miami), Zachary Nelson (DL, Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy), Calysis Parks (DL, Miami Northwestern), Dylan Pelliccio (QB, Pembroke Pines West Broward), and Demaree Petit-Blanc (CB, South Plantation).

FIU also watched Joshua Pulling (QB, Hollywood McArthur), Joshua Rivera (RB, Miami Archbishop Coleman Carroll), Anthony Rozier (WR, Miami Rise Preparatory Academy), Sebastian Ruiz (OL, Hialeah American), Joshua Steele (DL, Miami Coral Reef), Alex Villamil (ILB, Southwest Miami), Spencer Voss (DL, Miami Southridge), Kamden Walters (ILB, Miami Belen Jesuit), Jaleel Walters (S, Coconut Creek Monarch), Amare Whetsell (WR, Miami Gardens Monsignor Pace), Tadarius Williams (OL, Homestead South Dade), Preston Wright (QB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Alex Yearwood (DL, Miami Norland), Oshri Gur (OL/DL, Parkland Stoneman Douglas), Jahmeer Beauzil (OL, Coconut Creek Monarch), Richard Scott (DL, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Jeremiah Renoir (LB, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Lewon Lurry Jr. (DL, Miami Northwestern), Jeremiah Hosten (OL, Southwest Ranches Archbishop McCarthy), Bre'lan Mareus (RB, Coconut Creek Monarch), and Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas DL Kymani Santos.

Rounding out the 2025 class on the radar are Hunter Gilman (WR, Coconut Creek North Broward Prep), Elijah McDowell (WR, Hollywood McArthur), Leroy Lee Jr. (CB, Miami Rise Prep), Atibia Farquharson (CB, Miami Rise Prep), Randy Vazquez (WR, Pembroke Pines West Broward), Jaylen Liberal (S, Coconut Creek Monarch), Lonzo Burse (WR, North Miami), FIU commit Anjuan Coleman (WR, Miami Central), Braylen Green (DB/WR, Miami Palmetto), Macai Warthen (DB, Miami Northwestern), and Pompano Beach Blanche Ely standouts Shawn Paschall (RB), Richard Hollis (Athlete), Michael Warren (WR).

NEXT: Classes 2026, 2027 & 2028 make an impact.

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