In a surprise prediction, a reporter for ESPN has stated that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft would not be the biggest name exposed by a prostitution sting made in Florida.

Adam Schefter, ESPN’s NFL insider, made the revelation while speaking on “SportsCenter.”

“There are people down there in that area I’m told who say this story is going to heat up and get a lot worse. I don’t mean involving Robert Kraft, I’m talking about with all the human trafficking that has gone on down there,” Schefter shared. “I’m also told that Robert Kraft is not the biggest name involved down there in South Florida, and we will see what police turn up in the report.”

He continued that as many as 200 people could be implicated saying, “We got 25 names today, there are 175 more names coming. Now some will just be regular people whose names we don’t know. But there could be other names that we do know, and that’s how it was explained to me.”

Schefter only offered that he had been in communication with an individual who lived in the area that indicated many “prominent members of society” were “very nervous right now.”

Schefter closed by adding that Kraft had not been charged with human trafficking and there was no evidence to suggest it. Kraft was only charged with solicitation which his spokesmen categorically deny.