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Quarterbacks Take Center Stage In south Florida

Because we get to watch as many prospects in south Florida live as anyone throughout the course of a year, there is more of an opportunity to discover prospects that many get a chance to see.

While the marquee players are always in the spotlight – whether it’s games, practices, camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, there is a large group that never gets the spotlight they deserve.

Over the past five plus decades, we have had the opportunity to watch, evaluate and track all levels of quarterback, it is wise to understand that a very small percentage of these young men really have the opportunity to compete at a major college. That’s why hundreds of colleges and universities across the country read our prospect information that includes EVERYONE. It’s a reputation that we are indeed proud about.

Anyone can tall about a star-rated athlete, but what about those athletes who will play at the D2, D3, NAIA or Junior College level? There are 30 times as many of those athletes than the ones being covered by every recruiting service, fan website and media agency.

Today, we take a look at some of the south Florida quarterbacks to keep an eye on – in all classes.


As we said, there is a group of football talent that has gone more attention than others – and as we know – that can change in the coming months.

Here is a look at some of those football players who are heavily on the radar as we get ready to start the 2022 season:

The Class is definitely up to bat this season – as many we have watched the past three-four years will get the opportunity to continue to showcase their skills.

Leading the way are potential record-setters Taron Dickens (Miami Northwestern) and Collin Hurst (Davie Western), who both have the opportunity to put their respective names down as the best to play the position in Miami-Dade and Broward respectively.

In addition, the Miami Central duo of Keyone Jenkins and Dylan Tulloch have shown that they can play at the highest level and come out on top.

The class also features UCF-bound Dylan Rizk (Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons), gifted Miami Edison transfer Hezekiah Harris (Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Blake Murphy (Plantation American Heritage) – injured last year – and someone who never gets the recognition but may be the best athlete of the 2023 group, Mahki Rolle from North Miami Beach.

Like the group in 2023, the Class of 2024 looks to be quite impressive – with C.J. Bailey (Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), A.J. Hairston (Coconut Creek Monarch) and Monsignor Pace transfer Adrian Posse (Miami Christopher Columbus).

Also, prospects such as Alberto Mendoza (Miami Christopher Columbus), Michael Merdinger (Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons) and J.T. Tabora, who led the way for Hollywood Avant Garde Academy.

The future – as we know is truly bright – as Class of 2025 standout Ennio Yapoor, who led Hialeah Champagnat Catholic to the 2A state finals last year, is now at Miami Norland.


Just because so many are not on the radar of the recruiting services or colleges across the nation, it certainly does not matter there arem’t promising football talent out there. Please keep an eye on these young men as well. You will not be sorry:

2023 - Michael Abu-Akel, Miami Killian

2024 – Kael Alexander, Miramar

2024 - Ayden Anderson, Miami Springs

2024 – Stesen Angelo, Miami Immaculata LaSalle

2023 – Thomas Aponte, Homestead Everglades Prep

2024 - Anthony Barbar, Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy

2025 – Jason Barket Jr, Miami Westminster Christian

2025 – Davi Belfort, Miami Gulliver Prep

2026 – Dia Bell, Plantation American Heritage

2024 – Isaiah Blackman, Plantation

2023 – Ryan Bradburn, Coral Springs Taravella

2023 – Rutan Bui, Davie Nova

2023 – Emilio Burgos, Oakland Park Northeast

2023 – Jacob Camacho, Miami True North

2023 – Tristan Caroddo, Somerset Academy

2026 – Bryant Carson, Plantation

2023 – Damari Charlton, Miami Southridge

2023 – King Cherry, Miami High (Athlete)

2026 – Jayden Chico, Coral Springs Coral Glades

2025 – X’zayvion Clayton, Homestead South Dade

2025 – Jaryn Coleman, Davie Nova

2024 – Luis Cruz, Miami St. Brendan

2023 – Nahcoy Daniels, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

2023 – Clinton Danzey Jr., Fort Lauderdale Stranahan

2023 – Aden Davenport, Miami Palmer Trinity

2024 – Travis Delaney Jr., Miramar

2024 – Charles Dell’Aira, Parkland Douglas

2023 – Amer Ellis, Plantation

2023 – Colin Ferzili, Miami Coral Reef

2023 – David Garcia, Miami Braddock

2023 – Dontae Gentles, Sunrise Piper

2024 – Jadyn Glasser, South Plantation

2025 – Lucas Goenaga, Miami Christopher Columbus

2025 – Wyatt Goins, Miami Christopher Columbus

2025 – Devin Gonzalez, Weston Cypress Bay

2025 – Vinny Gonzalez, Miami Christopher Columbus

2023 – Alex Hart, Coral Springs Coral Glades

2025 – Camden Hartzell, Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy

2024 – James Hayes, Miami Monsignor Pace

2024 – Sean Hill, Somerset Academy South Homestead

2023 – Byron Holt, Miami Jackson

2023 – Matt Ivaldi, Miami Carol City

2024 – Malik Jackson, North Miami

2025 – Rudolph Jones, Miami Booker T. Washington

2023 – Jesus Jose, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

2024 – Aidan Karsh, Miami Monsignor Pace

2023 - Max Lawrence, Westland Hialeah

2023 – Jake Lewin, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

2023 – Stefano Luis, Miami Gulliver Prep

2023 – Tony Martin, Coral Springs

2023 - Chris Mason Jr, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

2025 – Felipe Mendoza, Miami Westminster Christian

2024 – Julian Menedez, Miami Ferguson

2025 – Brandon Mincey, Miramar Everglades

2024 – Jonathan Morillo, Pembroke Pines West Broward

2024 – Andres Miyares, Miami Belen Jesuit

2023 – T. J. Nelson, Fort Lauderdale

2025 – Marvin Nixon, Fort Lauderdale

2023 - Armani Norcius, Fort Lauderdale Dillard

2024 – Anthony Nowell, Oakland Park Northeast (Athlete)

2023 - Ezekiel Nguyen, Coconut Creek

2025 - Dylan Pelliccio, Miami Monsignor Pace

2025 – David Perez, Miami Jackson

2024 – Isaiah Parks, Hollywood Hills

2025 – Randy Phillips, Hollywood South Broward

2025 – Emmanuel Poitier, Miami Northwestern

2025 – Sean Ponder, Miami Booker T. Washington

2024 – Christian Porta, SW Ranches Archbishop McCarthy

2023 – Brian Ramos, Somerset Academy Silver Palms (Athlete)

2023 – Ashton Redman, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

2023 – Kelton Reed, Miami Dr. Krop

2024 – Aaron Ridgeway, Miami St. Brendan

2024 – Andreus Rios, Coral Gables

2024 – Fabian Rodriguez, Doral Academy

2024 – Jorge Rodriquez, Doral Academy

2026 – Logan Rogers, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

2024 – Hunter Rose, Parkland Douglas

2024 – Claudell Sherman, Miami Booker T. Washington

2024 – Antonio Smith, Miami Killian

2026 – Jack Spaeder, Miami Dade Christian

2024 – Ryan Spallina, Deerfield Beach

2024 – Cecil Stone, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian

2023 – Lucas Suarez, Miami Palmetto

2025 – Christian Talbert, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons

2023 - Tony Taylor, South Miami

2024 – Malik Thezan, Miramar

2024 – Rueben Toombs, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan

2024 – Anthony Truiolo, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

2024 – Antwan Walker, Miami High (Athlete)

2024 – Warren Williams, Miami True North

2024 – Lawrence Wright, Miami Norland

2023 – Marquise Wright, Miami Dade Christian

2024 – Jett Yurgealitis, Davie NSU University School

For the past 52 years, we have spent plenty of time on football fields throughout the country. From games to practices, camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, we remain steadfast to promote all south Florida’s high school football prospects. Follow us on Facebook (Larry Blustein) Instagram (@OurBoyBlu) and Twitter (@larryblustein). Contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


0 #3 Chuck 2022-07-06 01:40
]A few corrections. One of the big off season moves this year is Max Lawrence transferring to West Hialeah HS. Max is bulking up and soon will be 195 lbs 6’ 3”. He will continue to grow throughout the year. On top of this, he is a 4.780 student. He may be one of the true diamonds in the rough. Wouldn’t be surprised if some big named schools have Max on the radar
0 #2 Chuck 2022-07-05 21:08
One of the big off season moves this year is Max Lawrence transferring to Hialeigh. Max is bulking up and soon will be 195 lbs 6,1”.. He will continue to grow throughout the year. On top of this, he is a 4.0 student. He may be one of the true diamonds in the rough. Would be surprised if some big named schools have Max on the radar
0 #1 Cohan Ross 2022-07-04 13:24
Mr. Blustein,

Palm Beach County has guys too. We are also in South Florida. Please include us.

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