There’s so many ballers out there it’s going to take forever to list their accomplishments thus far in 2015, but we will try our best to bring you up to speed on what our campers have been doing as the prospect progress reports continue. Here now are are 21 more prospects that we’ve highlighted for their work this season.
DL Sam Skinner – Bloomingdale (2017)
The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder was a beast at camps this summer and has continued that momentum nicely for the Bulls in spite of their 0-4 record. Skinner has 20 tackles (4TFL’s) to go with 3.5 sacks, 2 QB hurries and a fumble recovery this season so far.
RB Braxton Harris – Newsome (2016)
Harris is the leading rusher for the Wolves and that’s to be expected as this 5-foot-11, 180-pounder has the skills to make someone very happy at the next level. So far for Newsome in 2015, Harris has 609 yards on 49 carries and six touchdowns.
LB Colin Errity – Bloomingdale (2017)
Errity (6-1/220) has been a stonewall for the Bulls this season from his linebacker position racking up 48 tackles good for 12 per game, a .5 sack and a QB hurry for the Bulls this season.
WR Daquon Green – Tampa Bay Tech (2017)
The University of Florida commit caught a 48-yard touchdown pass in the Titans rout of Strawberry Crest last week which put this 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver’ totals at over 300 yards and 5 touchdowns through the first five games.
TE Steven Witchoskey – Durant (2017)
Witchoskey burst onto the scene during the summer at the camps and has continued to build a nice resume for his Cougars on their 4-1 season. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound pass catcher has 5 receptions for 95 yards and 2TD’s this year.
QB Larry DallaBetta – Mitchell (2017)
The Mustangs are going to be a tough herd to break if this junior signal-caller keeps up the pace he’s on so far. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder is copleting 63-percent of his passes at 43/68 for 542 yards and 9TD’s to go with just one interception. DallaBetta’s also rushed 26 times for 167 yards and a touchdown for the 3-1 ‘Stangs.
WR Dominic Fiumara – Mitchell (2017)
Much has been made about his wideout partner in the corps, but Fiumara’s frame (5-10/170) and his ball skills make him an intriguing prospect for colleges for sure. So far in 2015, Fiumara’s caught 19 passes for 265 yards and 5TD’s.
WR JJ Lewis – Mitchell (2016)
Lewis is the main attraction for defenses to try and stop with his 6-foot-3, 180-pound frame and has been DallaBetta’s main target in the red zone. Lewis has caught 15 passes for 217 yards and 5TD’s for Mitchell thus far in 2015.
S Adam Rogers – Mitchell (2018)
He’s still got this season and two more to go–but this 5-foot-11, 165-pounder in the secondary shows he’s ’bout that hit-stick life for Mitchell producing 40 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries through the first four games.
WR Jacquez Jones – Clearwater (2017)
The Tornadoes have what feels like unlimited options on the offensive side of the ball, and Jones is one of those. The 5-foot-10, 155-pounder wideout has caught 15 passes for 303 yards and 4TD’s along with 5 carries for 121 yards and 2TD’s for his undefeated squad.
QB Hayden Lindsey – Hardee (2017)
The Wildcats are 2-2 and Lindsey’s been grinding since he arrived on campus down in Wauchula. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound dual-threat has been getting it done with his feet carrying the ball 32 times for 171 yards and a touchdown while completing 27-of-61 for 287 yards through the first four games.
QB Cyler Doran – Fivay (2017)
The Falcons know how to put points up in bunches and Doran’s the catalyst often times as the 6-foot, 180-pounder has shown legit dual-threat capabilities for Fivay. Doran’s completed 43-of-99 for 852 yards with six touchdowns and four interceptions to go with carrying the ball 33 times for 241 yards and 4TD’s.
WR Dylan Hartley – Fivay (2016)
Doran’s main target for the Falcons–Hartley stands at 6-foot, 180-pounds and has caught 19 passes for 472 yards and three touchdowns on the 2015 season.
S Douglas Farmer – Land O’Lakes (2016)
The Gators are 2-2 and showcasing a stingy defense thanks to Farmer’s contributions. He also has put up some numbers as a member of the backfield for LOL as well. The 6-0, 202-pounder has 17 carries for 39 yards and 2TD’s and has 49 tackles and a pass defended from his safety position.
LB Thomas Roman – Countryside (2016)
One of the strongest players (literally) in the country, Roman has gladiator’d his way to 22 tackles with five of those losses along with a fumble recovery for the 6-foot, 215-pounder for the 4-1 Cougars.
DL Andrew Brown – Countryside (2017)
A menace-in-the-making for the Cougars on defense, this 6-foot-1, 215-pounder is starting to spread his wings along the defensive front putting up 16 tackles with six of those for losses, along with 5 sacks and 2 passes defended.
ATH Keyon Walters – Tenoroc (2016)
The Titans have a good one tucked away in Polk County and don’t let his frame (5-7/150) fool you. He’s got freakish athletic ability and he shows it having rushed seven times for 176 yards and 2TD’s along with nine receptions for 156b yards through the first four games for Tenoroc.
WR/DB Kee Whetzel – Countryside (2016)
The “Kee” ingredient for the Cougars has continued to put up numbers for C’Side and with his ability to play both ways along with a fantastic 6-foot-4, 200-pound frame to boot–he’s reached “real deal” status. Whetzel has caught 25 passes for 457 yards and seven touchdowns along with carrying the ball 14 times for 88 yards and a touchdown. Whetzel’s also added 10 tackles, four of those for losses–along with 3 sacks this season on defense.
DL Keldric Preston – Robinson (2016)
The University of Wisconsin commit has shown up big time for the fellas from Port Tampa this season. The 6-foot-4, 245-pound defensive lineman has accrued 27 tackles, 4 sacks, a fumble recovery, a fumble caused, and a blocked FG.
QB Alec Cromie – Weeki Wachee (2017)
The Hornets have surpassed their win total from last season and this signal-caller’s continued development is one of the reasons. Cromie (6-4/205) has completed 37 of his 87 attempts for 649 yards with seven touchdowns and just one interception. He’s carried the ball 24 times for JUST 23 yards, BUT he’s added 2TD’s in that process as well.
WR Jacob Thomas – Wesley Chapel (2017)
The Wildcats got their first win of the season last week, and although the numbers aren’t playing out how he would like them, Thomas (6-4/180) is still getting the job done with 658 total yards and 5TD’s for Chapel from his position.