Offensive Impact makers to know – We look at some of the Broward impact makers on offense to know and see up and coming stars like Joseph Colosi, a huge center with some major talent out of American Heritage. One of those big men we see being a major recruit in the upcoming 2022 season with his power and toughness at 6-1, 270 pounds, and Colosi reports a 305 bench press also.
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Jacob Aguiar, 6’4, 225, TE,2023,Westminster @AguiarJacob
A very impressive work ethic and a guy that has that power next level frame at 6-4, 225, this hot TE prospect from Westminster is a guy that can lineup also at WR and DE and has the length and size, the be a big timer in the ‘23 recruiting class. Jacob is a player that is one of the better speed TE prospects, and can get to his spot and get open for a big target for his QB to find. Big play potential and a big senior year ahead in 2022 for this standout end prospect.
Jabri Brady, 6’2, 180,ATH,2026,Westminster @_jbrady1
One of the top looking young athletes out there, just a class of 2026, Brady is already one of the most impressive looking WR prospects you will find in the Broward area and is a 6-2 inch bigger target with some great hands and speed at Westminster. Jabri is a play maker that can also play corner for the defense and be a great cover man that excels on aggressive defensive play and getting his hands on the ball to break up several passing plays. Racked up a Louisville offer already also.
📸 courtesy @_jbrady1
Joseph Colosi, 6’1 270, C, 2023,American Heritage@ColosiJoey
A big man on a mission that is a highly touted player to watch out for, Colosi is one of the top big men in the Broward Area radar watch list and a player that also reports a 3.6 GPA in the classroom. Named a 2020 Patriot Award winner and 2020 FL 5A State champion with American Heritage. Colosi racked up 24 pancake blocks on the 2021 season and is for sure one of the elite junior big men to watch for coming out of the Broward Area. Very strong, Colosi reports a 305 pound bench press also.
📸 courtesy @ColosiJoey
Isaiah Hardge Jr, 5’10, 160,WR/DB,2023,St. Thomas Aquinas @KZIsaiah1
One of the juniors on the Aquinas team that is a nice speed weapon on both sides of the football, Isaiah can lineup at WR on offense and DB on defense to add some nice speed to the Aquinas lineup and is a player that can also give the team a great outside blocker to they can use other players also for big plays to move the chains, a ultimate team player kind of athlete that can do a lot to help his team win the big game.
Aidan Howard, 5’8, 150,WR,2023,American Heritage@AidanHoward04
Howard is one of the impressive looking good hands players, a guy you can throw the ball to and know he has a great chance of making a big play on the football, no doubt has all the skills to be a good play maker and at 5-8, 150 Howard is one of those WR prospects that relies heavily upon his speed and get open and his hands to make some huge plays for the American Heritage offense.
📸 courtesy @AidanHoward04
Terrance Kimble, 5’11, 276,OL, 2024,Western @terrancekimbl1
Kimble is a very impressive big man and one of the guys that we like a lot for power and toughness at Western High School, standing 5-11, 276 pounds, this super sophomore ‘24 grad, is big man that has both toughness and power in the trenches and is a big man name to know coming up in the Broward Area. We are excited to see him in more action and see his size translate into some big time blocks and holes up the middle for the Western running attack to thrive in the coming years.
TeKai Kirby, 6’4, 200,TE,2023,St. Thomas Aquinas @TeKai_Kirby
One of the top frames in the area among big men at TE, a looming tower at 6-4, 200, Kirby makes a great bigger target for his QB to throw the ball to and is one of the up and coming future stars at TE in the Broward Area. Kirby has been mostly used as a key special teams impact player and play maker this year by Aquinas but with his size and skillset we expect him to be in the rotation of the offense more and more as a key senior with size for the 2022 season ahead.
📸 submitted @TeKai_Kirby
Jonathan Morillo, 6’2, 180,QB, 2024, West Broward @JonathanM0405
Good looking up and coming quarterback prospect from the West Broward program, Morillo, a 6-1, 172 slinger, is a player that is a shotgun QB with a quick release and a very soft touch that has a knack for dropping balls in just the right location for his WRs to make some easy plays and catches, really does a great job of getting the ball out quickly and has a strong arm and a very accurate arm that is impressive.
Cris Thornton, 6’5, 170, WR,2024,Stranahan @_cthornton10
Cris Thornton is one of those bigger players at WR and is a guy that stands 6’5, 175lbs and no doubt this sophomore has some of the best height at WR in the Broward Area, a player that well could be a hot player in the 2024 class with his longer frame and being a very athlete play maker, Thornton can play at QB also which he played at in 2020 and racked up 300 passing yards, over 90 rushing yards, 4 passing Touchdown, and 1 rushing Touchdown in 5 games. After his freshman season Chris transferred to Stranahan High School and switched his position back to Wide Receiver.
Hykeem Williams, 6’4, 200,WR,2023,Stranahan @tha_boikeem
Williams could be the guy we think will end up being the top riser in the Broward area among WR prospects with his longer 6-4 inch frame, solid 200 pounds for some extra strength and power after the catch this guy is a future star for sure at Stranahan and a player that you have to have on the elite area radar for potential and no doubt with a monster list of D1 offers Williams has proven he is as hot onf a player in the area as you will find, a monster list includes schools like Georgia,Tennessee, and Florida State among his lengthy and impressive list.
📸 courtesy @tha_boikeem
Cedric Ward, 5’8, 180,RB,2023,Blanche Ely @ced_ward
A 5’9, 185 pound running back, Cedric’s best skills consist of awareness, good hands and his running ability. Ward reports a 40 time around a 4.6 and this season he played five games and ran for 400+ yards on 36 carries , and had 100+ receiving yards on nine receptions and also had about 3 tackles on defense.Played 5 games with a broken finger and ended up breaking it more and had to sit out. A good looking speed back that looks to be on the verge of a big senior season for the program at Ely.