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Shining A Spotlight On 2025 Miami-Dade/Broward Offensive Prospects

When it comes to football prospects, there are very few places in the nation like Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

While other areas of the country have more than their share of talented football players, the sheer numbers that the #305 and #954 produce annually are staggering.

At a time when California, Texas, Ohio, Georgia, Louisiana and other states believe that they have the best talent pouring out of their high schools, and match Florida for what they produce, the reality is that everywhere has gifted game changers, but not at the rate that this region does.

Very few areas of the nation can so many impressive athletes fly under the radar and are often discovered late – and with the portal – it often is a negative rather than positive to have so much talent.

While many prospects are getting promoted repeatedly by fan websites and the media for the Class of 2025, we will bring you some talent that may not be getting that spotlight they deserve.

Over the next two days, we will give you come “under-publicized” talent to keep an eye on in this senior class.

We start out on the offensive side of the ball – where there are Nebraska transfer Sebastian Circo (5-11, 160, Davie Western), Ocala Trinity Catholic and Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons transfer Preston Wright (6-1, 195, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Weston Cypress Creek transfer Devin Gonzalez (6-0, 185, Coconut Creek), Camden Hartzell (6-1, 185, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian), Miami Westminster Christian transfer Jason “Weasel” Barket (6-0, 170, Miami Christopher Columbus), and X’Zayvion Clayton (5-11, 165, Homestead South Dade).

There are so many impressive running backs in the two counties – but prospects such as Elijah Dewoskin (5-10, 183, Pembroke Pines West Broward), Nicholas McCall (5-11, 180, Miami Central), Sedric Melvin (5-8, 170, Homestead South Dade), and King Davis (5-8, 170, Miami Northwestern) are four back that needs get much more attention.

Speaking about attention, what about the group of receivers that certainly need a share of the spotlight. Players such as Darius Clements (5-11, 165, Miami Southridge), Darriel Harper III (5-8, 160, Homestead), who is coming off an injury, Ronald Towns (5-10, 165, Miami Norland), Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons transfer Logan Andrews (6-3, 185, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Miami Beach transfer Mitch Joseph (6-2, 175, Miami Carol City), and recent FIU tight end commitment Sean Burke (6-6, 225, Hollywood South Broward).

There are offensive linemen who also need some of that attention – like Dayen Marouf-Araibi (6-3, 270, Plantation American Heritage), Daniel Davis (6-4, 365, Davie Western), and Samson Chazulle (6-1, 315, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas).

NEXT: A look at some of the top defensive prospects in Miami-Dade and Broward flying under the radar.


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