The Northeast Florida region features several of the state’s top prospects at a variety of positions across the board. With off and on-campus recruiting shut down for the time being, Six Star Football is taking an inside look at the prospects college programs are looking at this offseason.
Here, Six Star Football takes a look at severa of the topl WR prospects in the 2022 class in the Daytona & St. John’s, First Coast and North Central areas.
Kareem Burke, 6’0, 165, WR, 2022, Raines @2022pride (pictured)
Considered one of the most amazing athletes in the state of Florida and one of the best overall prospects in the state as well, the 6-0, 165 Burke is quite a play making machine at WR for Raines. Burke is one of those guys that can flat out blow past DBs with his speed and his extra gear means you will not catch him from behind either. A guy that is one of the hardest men to cover in the Sunshine state and a player that has some of the most impressive moves as well. A dandy and one of Florida’s most electric play makers at WR in the class of 2022. Has offers from South Alabama, Bowling Green, Kansas, East Carolina,UCONN, Maryland, Cincinnati, Miami,among his many.
Quincy Burroughs, 6’2, 180, WR, 2022, Raines @2022grind
Raines High school has some big time looking play makers at WR and could be one of the worst nightmares for opposing DBs to match up with. Quincy is a nice big target at 6-2 and is a guy that can make some great things happen as well. Burroughs is one of those guys that can use some amazing athletic talent to be a huge impact and difference maker in the Raines downfield passing attack, a 4.6 speedster in the 40 yard dash and a guy the has over a 35 inch vertical is big time tough to cover and a guy that is a major load to matchup against in the open field as well. Has been offered by Cincinnati.
Noah Cundiff, 6’2, 185, WR,2022, Matanzas @NoahCundiff1
Cundiff is a good looking junior to be prospect in the class of 22 that stands in at 6-2, 185 and can make plays look easy with his athletic skills and height advantage. We like Noah’s ability to really out run the DB and get open with ease, very good speed, good body placement to make himself a nice visible target and not many things about this young man that you can’t really respect for his nice play making skills and size. Tennessee Martin has been the first school to offer Cundiff, and we think many more will continue to roll in as this diamond in the ruff shines more and more over the 2020 and 2021 seasons ahead.
Quan Lee, 6’0, 165,WR, 2022,Buchholz @QuanLee19
One of those big time looking players that is getting a lot of attention and looks for his play making skills downfield and his great set of hands as well. A fine play maker in the open field, Lee is a guy that has proven over and over again that he can be one of the most dangerous kick return men in the entire state of Florida. Has about two speeds higher than anyone else on the field, great vision and is a guy that flat out books it down the field. Its his WR skills along with his undeniable ability to be a game changer in the special teams plays with speed that have made him a popular player among the big time programs on the college football scene. Lee is off to an amazing start of the offers trail landing three early SEC’s from South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, as well as an offer from in state Florida Atlantic.
Keaton Thomas, 6’2, 195,WR, 2022, Ponte Vedra @KThomas2022
When you ask around Florida and you ask who do you think is the best in the 22 WR class, a name you are likely to hear again and again is Ponte Vedra’s Keaton Thomas, a 6-2, 195 big man and target that is one of those next level athletes ready to show out in 2020 as a junior leader. Thomas is a player that shows he can really be a major nightmare to cover in the open field, great moves and quickness and a huge route runner with a load of ability. Thomas also can be a dangerous reverse runner with the football that can make some huge gains down the field and do some incredible things with the football. Also is a three sport athlete (Basketball/Track) that carries a 3.9 grade point average). Latest offers have from UCONN, Maryland, and Kansas.