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Miami-Dade, Broward 2026 Prospects Continue To Turn Heads

For the past eight months – since the 2023 season came to an end – we have been bringing you football prospects from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties for you to keep an eye on.

If you have followed us for any length of time, you already know that we don’t just concentrate on the star-rated athletes, but by attending games, practices, camps and several off-season events, we see more prospects live than any source.

While many rank and evaluate football players without ever seeing them play live and in person, which could go a long way in hurting the athlete more than help, we are fortunate to watch the prospect up close and have the chance to see what they do when the cameras are not on them.

With all that in mind – on this Friday – we bring you five players in the Class of 2026 that we have watched and continue to promote their grades and video for hundreds of colleges and universities to check them out.

R.J. Alphonse, DL, 6-3, 220, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. After making the move from Miami Lakes Barbara Goleman, this is certainly someone who will fit right in with the playmakers that the powerhouse Lions have. He comes off the edge quickly and his athleticism and skill level make him a force against the run as well as being able to chase down the quarterback. He is on the way to being very special.


Terrell Evans Jr., DE/TE, 6-4, 225, Hialeah. Of all the underclassmen we saw during the spring, here is one who certainly lives up to the hype as he continues to improve and mature as he becomes one of those gifted football prospects who is ready to have a breakout season for the district champion Thoroughbreds. Keep an eye on his progress because college coaches were impressed during the spring game in West Palm Beach.


Bryan Granger, OL, 6-3, 270, Pembroke Pines West Broward. Coming over from Chaminade-Madonna, keep an eye on this impressive talent. The Bobcats know that they have something very special up front and they will use his many talents this coming year. He is a hard worker and certainly become the leader up front for a team that won the district title in 2023.


Elijah Hardy, Athlete, 6-0, 180, Miami Northwestern. While the Bulls certainly have some quality prospects on the team under first year head coach Teddy Bridgewater, here is one of the most versatile who can catch the ball as a receiver and run the ball out of the backfield – using his impressive speed and skill. This is a prospect who will help to make the Bulls a force this coming season. Do not let his size fool you!


Jaborree Riggins, WR, 6-4, 190, Coconut Creek Monarch. The Knights really got something special when this talented football player made the move from Fort Lauderdale. He runs very good pass routes, has the size, quickness and athletic ability to be a major force this coming season as part of a receiving corps that is one of the best in south Florida. He will be fun to watch this coming season.



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