South Florida Ofensive Linemen Are Getting Plenty of Attention

South Florida Offensive Linemen Getting A Chance To Step Into A Bright Spotlight

By now, if you have followed high school football recruiting in south Florida for any length of time, you already know all about the positions that colleges have long come to this region to check out.

Receivers and defensive backs are a priority for every college and university in the country. The state of Florida offers up as many gifted pass catchers and defensive secondary performers as any place in the nation.

Running backs and linebacker are also positions that are gifted and plentiful, and over the past few years, defensive linemen and interior prospects have stepped up as well.

The one position that has taken some time are offensive linemen. Yes, we have plenty, but not nearly at the rate as other positions – and while there are more camps and much more attention being paid to the big guys up front, it is still taking time to attract colleges from all over the country to head here for players that most states grow at an amazing pace.

Times are changing – and no matter what roster you look at – there are linemen popping up and being showcased more than ever before.

Today, we bring you some linemen from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties who have been turning some heads.

Even though we are bringing you a handful, there are many more we will continue to spotlight during the course of the spring and summer, in anticipation of the 2020 season.

Here are 35 prospects who we spotlight in the first exposure blog. Remember, if a player is not listed, they will be as we continue to look at every position in south Forida:

2022 - Julian Armella, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (T)

2022 - Patrick Atkins, Miami Gulliver Prep (G)

2022 – Jeffrey Bonica, Miami Edison (T)

2022 – Brandon Brana, Miami Gulliver Prep (C)

2021 – River Brazil, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (T)

2021 – Isaiah Bunn, Deerfield Beach (G)

2021 – Pablo Carreno, Miami Belen Jesuit (G)

2022 – Larry Davis, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan (G)

2021 – Anthony Earle, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (T)

2022 – David Espino Jr., Fort Lauderdale University School (T)

2021 – Justin Fevrier, Plantation American Heritage (G)

2021 – Marco Fugar, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (G)

2021 – Gunnar Hansen, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (T)

2022 – Kadeem Harden, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan (T)

2023 – Elvin Harris, Miami Edison (T)

2021 – Marcus Harris, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (G)

2022 – Aaron Hicks, Deerfield Beach (G)

2023 – Ian Johnson, Miami Belen Jesuit (G)

2021 – Okino King, Miami Northwestern (G/C)

2021 – Justin Lewis, Fort Lauderdale Dillard, Fort Lauderdale Dillard (T)

2022 – Tellek Lockette, Miami Northwestern (G/C)

2021 – Lucas Londos, Davie Western (G)

2021 – Michael McLaughlin, Parkland Douglas (T)

2021 – Kevin Pierre, Oakland Park Northeast (T)

2021 – Mark Pinnock, Miami Dr. Krop (G)

2021 – Ryan Rodriguez, Miami Christopher Columbus (T)

2021 – Joshua Saulckie, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (C/G)

2021 – Jeron Scharoun, Jr., Miami Central (G/C)

2022 – Jason Seraphin, North Miami Beach (T)

2021 – Laurence Seymore, Miami Central (G/T)

2022 – Shomari Seymour, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (T)

2021 – Antonio Smith, Miami Booker T. Washington (T)

2021 – William Spicer, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (C)

2021 – Ricky Taylor, Miami Northwestern (C/G/T)

2021 – Henry Williams, Miami Booker T. Washington (G/C)

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