The one thing that we will continue to do during this pandemic and throughout the 2020 season is promote every athlete in south Florida.
No matter what class they play in – or what college they have in mind, we will promote EVERY PROSPECT in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.
Having the pleasure of watching more football prospects LIVE in game conditions than any other source, we discover much more than the athletes that are hyped and pushed out by every recruiting service and fan website.
Anyone can watch a film and be an “expert”, but very few can make the effort to promote prospects nobody sees or talks about by watching them play.
PLAYER: Daughtry Richardson
SCHOOL: Miami Central
SCOUTING: After spending the year at Miami Edison, with head coach Luther Campbell, who led the Red Raiders to playoffs wins, this impressive talent makes the move to play for Miami Central.
Head Coach Roland Smith and the Rockets are two-time defending 6A state champions – and if you look back at recent history – the offensive lie is always among the strengths of the team.
Originally coming from Tallahassee Godby two seasons ago, this impressive talent has already put himself on the map at events that media and fan websites had already started to promote him.
The first thing you notice – besides his impressive size – is his footwork. This is obviously a prospect who was a tremendous athlete before he got this big. He is quick and instinctive, which has college coaches watching and appreciating what he brings to the table as a young football talent.
As a sophomore, and again as a junior, he showed that coaching played a huge part in the process. His technique improved throughout the past two seasons, and with work in the weight-room, he is getting stronger.
Will be a huge hit in the off-season combines, where many have already placed him near the top of the 2022 linemen who will get that spotlight.
FOR MORE SOUTH FLORIDA PLAYER SPOTLIGHTS: https://larryblustein.com/spotlights/miami-dade-broward-counties-continue-to-churn-out-top-flight-football-talent
PHOTO CREDIT ESPN 300