Rumors swirling around top linebacker and defensive back recruits at Rivals Camp Series

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — The Rivals Camp Series in Miami on Sunday showcased some of the top defensive skill position prospects in South Florida, generating plenty of buzz among recruiting circles. The defensive backs and linebackers in attendance made their mark, with several prospects drawing interest from major college programs. Here, we take a closer look at a dozen players making waves in the latest Rivals Rumor Mill.

Adam Balogoun-Ali, a 2026 Rivals250 prospect, is already drawing attention from programs like Syracuse, Miami, and Florida. The linebacker has formed a strong connection with Miami’s linebackers coach Derek Nicholson and plans to visit Oklahoma in May. Balogoun-Ali has been on the radar of several top programs, making early visits to UCF and Florida State.

Jaydin Broadnax, coming off a standout performance at the Rivals Camp, recently picked up offers from SEC powerhouses Florida and Tennessee. The talented linebacker is also considering schools like Wisconsin, Louisville, Syracuse, Kentucky, and Mississippi State. Broadnax’s recruitment is heating up as he explores his options.

California native Dixon impressed at the camp, catching the eye of several programs including Georgia, Auburn, Penn State, and USC. He is scheduled for official visits to Tennessee and Washington, with Miami also making a strong impression on the Rivals250 recruit.

Despite sitting out the Miami camp due to a minor injury, Ewald is still a hot commodity in the recruiting world. The former Michigan commit plans to make his college decision on his birthday in June, with Miami, Georgia, Auburn, Penn State, and Louisville in the mix for official visits.

Brody Jennings, a Rivals250 safety from Jacksonville, is attracting interest from Miami and Florida after visits to both in-state schools. He also has plans to visit Mississippi State and Maryland, with Miami leaving a lasting impression on the talented safety.

Louisville is the next stop for Bryant Junius, a versatile athlete who has garnered offers from multiple programs. Junius has shown interest in Miami after visiting the program twice in a one-week span, indicating a potential shift in his recruitment.

South Florida standout Tedrick Lee is set to visit the program, along with strong interest from Louisville and Nebraska. The physical defensive back is weighing offers from several schools, including Arkansas, FAU, Bethune Cookman, and Florida A&M.

Graceson Littleton, a rising star with nearly 40 offers, is narrowing down his list after visits to Ole Miss, Alabama, Miami, Penn State, Iowa, and Kentucky. The speedy prospect is still evaluating his options as his recruitment progresses.

Two-way talent Zion Paret is eyeing a visit to Louisville, with UCF and Georgia Tech also in the mix for the Miami native. Paret’s recruitment is expected to heat up in the coming months as he explores his options.

Cornerback Kelly Sejour, a standout at Chaminade-Madonna, is adding offers from programs like FIU and Old Dominion to his growing list. The speedy defensive back is expected to schedule visits during the summer months to further evaluate his options.

Despite a recent commitment to USC, Stubbs continues to explore his options and recently visited Florida. Miami and Florida State remain in the mix for the talented cornerback, who will take official visits to USC, Miami, and Florida State this summer.

Golden Ball Award winner Gregory Thomas has been a standout in the secondary, drawing interest from programs like Florida State, Clemson, Miami, Penn State, and LSU. Thomas’s recruitment is expected to ramp up as he considers his options for the future.

Overall, the defensive skill position prospects at the Rivals Camp Series in Miami have garnered significant attention from college programs, with several players poised to make an impact at the next level. Stay tuned for more updates on these rising stars in the Rivals Rumor Mill.

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