The Northeast Florida region features several of the state’s top prospects at a variety of positions across the board. With the season underway, Six Star Football is taking an inside look at the prospects college programs are looking at this season.
Here, Six Star Football takes a look at several OL prospects to know in the 2021 class in the First Coast area.
Kaloosh Henley, 6’3, 295, OL, 2021, Engelwood @HenleyKaloosh
A very underrated prospect from Englewood who has good size, strength and power. At 6-3, 295-pounds, Henley shows a solid upside and a lot of potential. Henley is good at getting down field to make blocks, assisting on blocks and has good footwork as well. A tough and physical player at the point of the attack, who has improved his overall game and shows the ability to take opponents out of play and to the ground. One to keep an eye on the rest of the season.
Jeremiah Johnson, 6’1, 290, OL, 2021, Trinity Christian @JCJohnson_60
Johnson is a player for Christian that has good strength for a player his size. We like Jeremiah’s versatility, as he can play both center and tackle very effectively and with a high IQ as well (also reporting a 3.7 GPA. Johnson has increased his strength and overall weight, showing solid muscle and a frame that will likely continue to add weight and muscle as he ages. A center prospect who has solid technique and he is continuing to push himself and always looking to improve.
Sam Loper, 6’4, 295, OL, 2021, Fernandina Beach @Lopersam_
Loper is a senior standout who has solid size, good speed and a lot of potential. He recently picked up his first D1 offer from Valpo, and his offseason workouts and training has really made him stand out. A 6-4, 295-pounds prospect for Fernandina Beach who has an ability to run over opponents and move them completely around. He can really get a head of steam going and has the ability to make several next level blocks in the secondary unit and against LBs with his ability to use his feet and speed very effectively. A prospect who is constantly improving and one who can pick up defenders and keep them out of the way. Loper reports a 3.3 GPA and a 1060 SAT score.
Trey McCullough, 6’5, 305, OT, 2021, West Nassau @Big_Country74
A player on the rise that is primed for a big rest of the season. At 6-5, 305-pound athlete who has a very impressive frame and the strength and grit to continue making blocks until the whistle sounds. McCullough moves with the elite lineman of Florida and that’s something very special at 305 pounds. He can power his way through opponents, showing the ability to open up things for the run game and hold his ground against DEs. McCullough has announced his commitment to Alcorn State.
Isaiah Musca, 6’4, 285, OL/DL, 2021, Engelwood @Amuslit
A tough and physical player who has the ability to see action on both sides of the ball. A 6’4, 285-pound prospect who can run hard and push opponents out of the way as he looks to create holes for the run game. He is a physical player who also looks strong as an interior defensive lineman. He has a 255 bench, a 525 squat and he brings an aggressive and all-around skill set that continues to play hard throughout all four quarters. He had 33 tackles, 19 solo in only five games last season and continues to push himself moving forward. He currently holds an offer from Field of Dreams Prep Academy.
Daquan Sneed, 6’2, 285, OL, 2021, Andrew Jackson @_62plays
A hard-working player who can keep you right spot and then roughly slam you to the ground with his strength, power and physical playing style off the edge. Sneed is a guy that also has some nice footwork and you don’t see many DL go right by him and get to the QB. He stays in front of them very well and slides his feet to make him a tough man to just run right by. An improved player who continues to play hard. Sneed currently holds an offer from Finlandia University.
Hampton Turner, 6’3, 270, OL, 2021, Fernandina Beach @hampp_56
A standout at Fernandina Beach, Turner is a big man that does a nice job of pulling and using good agility to be a key blocker on the edges, but also shows he can be very good at using his feet. He keeps moving as he is good at driving his man into the turf or down the field off the ball. He has good size and strength and shows promise given his athleticism and overall IQ. Also a standout in the classroom, Turner reports a 4.72 GPA, 1300 SAT and a 28 ACT score. He currently holds offers from Valpo and Davidson College.