2013 Broward High School Football preview

Miami Herald’s Top 25 Broward recruits

 

NAME POS. HT. WT. SCHOOL COLLEGE
 1. Sony Michel RB 5-11 210 American Heritage Georgia
 2. Anthony Moten DL 6-3 280 St. Thomas Aquinas Undecided
 3. Khairi Clark DL 6-2 325 Chaminade-Madonna Florida
 4. Brandon Powell RB 5-8 175 Deerfield Beach UM
 5. Sean White QB 6-2 200 University School Auburn
 6. Corey Holmes WR 6-2 180 St. Thomas Aquinas Notre Dame
 7. Chris Lammons CB 5-9 185 Plantation Florida
8. Quincy Wilson DB 6-2 200 University School Florida
 9. Trevon Lee WR 6-1 175 Cardinal Gibbons Undecided
10. Richard Yeargin IIIOLB6-4225University SchoolNotre Dame
11. Peyton Bender QB 6-2 185 Cardinal Gibbons Washington St.
12. Mardre London RB 6-1 200 St. Thomas Aquinas Undecided
13. Al Harris DB 5-11 176 St. Thomas Aquinas South Carolina
14. Jaboree Williams OLB 6-1 215 Fort Lauderdale Wake Forest
15. Nick Linder OL 6-3 280 St. Thomas Aquinas UM
16. Marquise Dudley-Gordon S/RB 5-11 180 Cypress Bay Undecided
17. Isaiah McKenzie Athlete 5-8 165 American Heritage Undecided
18. Ravian Pierce TE 6-4 215 Plantation Undecided
19. John Battle IV S 6-1 180 Hallandale LSU
20. Chris Taylor WR 6-1 180 University School Duke
21. Terry McCray OLB 6-2 220 Blanche Ely UM
22. Derrick Tindal DB 5-11 170 Boyd Anderson Undecided
23. Dennis Turner WR 5-10 165 DillardUM
24. Randy Ramsey S 6-3 210 Dillard Undecided
25. Carter Jacobs S 6-1 200 American Heritage Cincinnati

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