Soto, 6-foot-2, 175-pounds, runs precise routes and has good hands in traffic, making him a 2014 prospect of note in Florida.
"I had a good year as a junior, and I was proud of my route-running last year," Soto stated. "I caught the ball well with my hands, and I think playing 7on7 football really helped me with that part of my game."
"I just love the competition, whether it's practice, or games, or 7on7 stuff," he added. "I like going up against the best players, and that's the way you get better."
With four offers to his credit and possibly more on the way, Soto has already hit the recruiting radar in a big way.
"I have offers from Marshall, Purdue, Cincinnati and Central Florida," he explained. "Vanderbilt said they are coming back in the spring and they're supposed to offer, which would put them way up there for me. If they would offer, I would look closely at them because of the conference they play in and the educational opportunities."
"My favorite school is Ohio State and that's my dream school," Soto continued. "I really like Coach (Urban) Meyer, and I've always wanted to play there. They said they are coming to see me this spring at the school, and I'm going to go there for their summer camp to try to earn an offer. I'm going to try to go up there with (teammate) Quincy Wilson, and we've talked about going together."