Sophomore Quinton Flowers is already one of Dade County's top prospects. The 6'0, 175 pound quarterback is a sensational play-maker that figures to be one of the most coveted players in the state in two years. He showed that he can be a QB down the road if he chooses to continue working at that position. The issue will be that he is such a stand-out athlete that is ceiling may be at WR or DB. He has drawn comparisons to Peter Warrick. Flowers has a chance to throw for 2,000 yards and run for a 1,000 this season. He has gained 15 pounds and grown a couple of inches which is a good sign.
DeAndre Jasper had a sensational sophomore season earning him some early offers. He did not have a great junior season and has fallen under the radar at this point in time. If he plays like he did Friday night, his stock will be back on the rise. He housed a kickoff return(96 yards) and caught a 53 yard TD creating 3-4 yards of separation. At 5'10 he has a thick build and plenty of speed and burst. He is capable of playing cornerback as well.
Conard Brown and Willie Quinn round out the receiving group. Brown is having a big season and has been a consistent weapon. He is 5'10 with some strength. With 557 yards through six games, he has a shot at 1,000 for the season. Quinn brings more big play ability and is just a junior.
Devondre Powell is an intriguing player in the junior class. He is an active player that finds the football. While he does not have great height(5'9), he is physical and could play corner at the next level. He is has plus speed.
Several players should garner some lower level in OL Alex Cruz-Smith, LB Edson Jean-Baptiste, and junior RB Tanaris Timmons.