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

As time gets closer to the start of the 2024 high school football season, the Class of 2025 is indeed on the clock.

That elusive college scholarship or financial assistance is starting to dwindle and the reality of not being able to live out a dream is starting to become a reality.

While the transfer portal his seriously cut into high school recruiting, the light at the end of the tunnel is still there, but the upcoming season and the post season have become more important than ever before.

With all the talent that we have here in south Florida is something that is coming back to be a negative. Too many student/athletes and not enough money to hand out.

What we continue to do is shine a spotlight on all athletes. While 4 and 5 stars sell subscriptions, the reality is they do not need exposure and are often over hyped.

With that in mind, yesterday we started to shine a spotlight on the 2025 class in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties with a look at some of the offensive players. Today, we get a chance to bring you some defensive prospects to keep an eye on.

What this group represents is talent, experience and leadership – starting up front with the linemen – such as Darius Curington (6-2, 260, Miami Edison), Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons transfer Richard Scott III (6-3, 235, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Anthony Smith (6-2, 300, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Craig Comrie Jr. (6-1, 225, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna) recent Central transfer Deangelo Thompson (6-3, 215, Miami Northwestern), and Jacob Joseph (6-2, 215, Davie Western).

There are also some quality linebackers in the class – with Lewenski Ydore (6-2, 225, North Miami), Miami Killian transfer Dylan Gill, 6-3, 198, Homestead South Dade), Samuel Griffin (5-10, 190, Miramar), Alberto Soto (5-11, 170, Hialeah Gardens), Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons transfer Anthony Ottinot (6-0, 195, Miami Norland), Martin Rhyne (6-1, 200, Davie Western), Jack Sawyer (6-1, 220, Hialeah), and Joshua McDowell (5-11, 205, Miami Southridge).

The secondary in these two counties always has some impressive talent and this class is no different. Among those prospects include Davaris Lawson (5-10, 175, Sunrise Piper), Jonathan Carter (6-1, 190, Pembroke Pines Flanagan), Tavius Horne (5-11, 160, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas), Fort Lauderdale Stranahan transfers Janaris Foster (6-0, 175, Coconut Creek Monarch), Lance Grant (CB, 5-9, 165, Homestead), Miami Beach transfer Willie “Chino” White (5-11, 175, Homestead South Dade), Mekhi Hicks (5-9, 150, Plantation American Heritage), Semaj Smith (5-10, 160, Homestead), Hollywood McArthur transfer Camari Hall (5-11, 155, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna), Devin Brown (5-10, 140, Miami Northwestern), and Adonis Ferguson (5-11, 165, Hollywood McArthur).


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