DEFENDING THE CROWN: Can Southridge repeat in 8A?During the spring, while college coaches are down watching and making offers, many athletes are trying to impress.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 14You know the football prospects are getting restless if they are starting to count down the days until spring and looking at the fall schedules for the coming season.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Diamante Howard - SouthridgeFrom the beginning when he arrived in high school, there was never any doubts about this quality athlete.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 11While some believe that camps and combines are a waste of time for athletes, thinking that they can do better working on their own, there are others who feel that any exposure is positive.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part EightWe are now into the offseason - and while some prospects are playing other sports at their respective high schools, there are those who simply have committed themselves to football 365 days a year.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part SixEvery year, there are football prospects who are overlooked – especially here in South Florida, where there is more high-level talent than anywhere else in the country by a long shot.
Florida Fire Tryout: Michael Cox Continues To WinAs Michael Cox dropped back to throw the ball, he spotted the first receiver, looked him off and saw another running up the middle of the field.
The Baldcast With J.T. Wilcox - 1/10/17J.T. Wilcox talks about the College Football National Championship game and has a conversation with former Southridge assistant coach David Cooney.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Mark Pope - SouthridgeLong before his electrifying catch in the state championship game, Pope was a talented football prospect who has been making an impact since he was at the youth level.
On The Radar: Season Series – Part 16While it’s the final week of the 2016 season, the action never stops in South Florida.
On The Radar: Season Series – Part 15Over the next few months, the senior football prospects in South Florida, who do not have a scholarship in hand, will be working harder than ever.