Recruiting News

Miami Gulliver Prep Looks Toward The Future


Head Coach: Earl Sims

2021 Record: 11-2


They had built it for a strong run in 2021 – with talent on both sides of the ball and thought by many who follow high school football as the best 4A team in Florida.

With everything going in their favor, the Raiders jumped out to big lead against the defending state champion Chiefs of Cardinal Gibbons, only to see the dream fall apart, losing a thrilling, but very disappointing 36-33 decision to the eventual state champions.

The season was set up with wins – including victories against Bradenton Manatee (20-7), Miami Killian (37-10), Miami Monsignor Pace (51-7), Miami Gardens Tru Prep (39-38), North Palm Beach Benjamin (49-14), Miami Dade Christian (43-0), defending 2A state champion Hialeah Champagnat Catholic (52-27), West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman (49-13) and Orlando Bishop Moore (38-7), and a first-round state playoff win against Miami Booker T. Washington (43-0).

For the second straight year, the Raiders would lose to Cardinal Gibbons, dashing any hope of bringing home a state title.

With many of those experienced faces moving on, this team had an outstanding spring – which included a win over Key West, setting the tone for the summer.

Here is a look at some of prospects to keep an eye on in 2022:


Daniel Bellatin (LB, 6-0, 185)

Jalen Brown (WR, 6-1, 170)

Francisco Caballero (OL, 6-2, 280)

DC Cannon (DB, 5-10, 168)

Denzel Dorn (OL, 6-5, 260)

Matthew Ehrenrich (LB/TE, 6-2, 200)

Lamont Green Jr (DE, 6-4, 220)

Shelton Green (OL, 6-3, 320)

Daniel Harris (DB, 6-3, 170)

Stefano Luis (QB, 5-11, 170)

Antwan Mays (WR/DB, 6-1, 195)

Antonio Smith (DB, 6-3, 175)


Dylan Calero (LB/FB, 5-10, 220)

Sebastian Carabello (WR/LB, 6-1, 175)

Dylan Dinerman (P, 5-8, 170)

Marco Mendoza (WR/S, 5-10, 165)

Michele Pasucci (LB/RB, 5-10, 170)

Steel Reed (OL/DL, 5-10, 160)

Brandon Rosenthal (DE/TE, 6-1, 205)

Cosme Salas (K/RB/S, 5-9, 160)

Amare Sanders (WR/DB, 6-1.5, 175)

Dominic Veloso (DE/LB/TE, 6-1, 185)

Jack Gonzalez-Whitehouse, RB/LB, 5-9, 175)


R.J. Boynton (LB)

Sebastian Lecrete (Athlete, 5-10, 165)

Ronin Roberts (OL)

Julian Terry (DE)

Ethan Watts (OL)

Kenny Williams (WR)


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