At 6-4 and 265, Joseph is an excellent prospect. He has a tremendous build, and is very talented. His size/speed combination is rare for an interior defensive lineman, and to top things off, Joseph is already a full qualifier inside the classroom.
As we head into the summer, I think Joseph is clearly one of the top two defensive linemen in the state, and probably a Top 20 kid overall.
At Plantation, they hosted Palm Beach Lakes. Coy Green was the best player for PBL, and he's probably a low Div 1 kid. Plantation's Cavari Dailey, on the otherhand, is a mid to upper Div 1 kid who was impressive. At 6-0 and 185, Dailey plays a lot of linebacker, and covers the field very well. He runs well, and is a very good hitter/tackler. Although he's not a ballhawk, he's solid in coverage and one of the premier safeties in south Florida.
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