Pierre Senatus Resigns As Miramar Head CoachThe day after National Signing Day is considered the unofficial start of the next high school football calendar 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.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 5In less than two weeks, many of South Florida’s top prospects will be signing on the dotted line, completing the mission that the Class of 2017 began four years ago.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Steve Williams - MiramarIf you watched the recent Mastrole Passing SUPER 7 event, and watched this young man throw the ball, you understand how many believe that he could end up being one of the best for the 2017 season.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Brian Witter - MiramarTalk about a football prospect that really flew under the radar this season. This is one of those talented young men who had the opportunity to take part in the BCAA North-South All-Star event, which gave him additional exposure for college coaches and recruiting services to get the chance to watch him play.
On The Radar: Season Series – Part 13We are now winding things down in the 2016 season. And while many are still involved in the playoffs, other seniors and underclassmen are still trying to get noticed.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Devin Adams - MiramarYou would think that even in an area like South Florida, with so many quality football prospects, that a player like this could be hidden.
Blustein: S. Florida Continues To Be Ground Zero For Elite Teams, TalentWhile the rest of the state of Florida continues to take in some of the national exposure that fan websites and mythical rankings bring their way, South Florida athletes have always lived in a world of reality.
Western Upends Miramar 7-6, Wildcats Clinch Playoff SpotWith five minutes left to play and trailing 6-0, Western went on an 80-yard drive that was capped by a 4-yard touchdown run by Keshaun Clarke to come away with a 7-6 win over host Miramar Friday night - clinching a playoff spot for the Wildcats.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Jaylen Floyd - MiramarYet another quality football talent we have been watching the past few years. And now, as he comes down the homestretch of his high school career - his maturity and talent level has started to take over as college coaches really are starting to look in his direction.
On The Radar: Season Series – Part NineWe are now in the final few weeks of the 2016 regular season – and as you can fully see, the competition is heating up all over Miami-Dade and Broward County.