Recruiting News

Under Armour Comes To Miami On Sunday

It is one of the most talent-filled stops on the Under Armour national football camp tour.

Some of the best football prospects that you will find anywhere in the country come out to showcase their skills and turn some heads.

It is a stop where elite talent is on display with more football prospects being discovered.

Welcome to the Under Armour Next Football Camp Series Miami this Sunday at Ives Estates Park in northeast Miami.


Defensive Line/Offensive Line: 9-11:30 a.m.

Linebackers/Running Backs: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers/Defensive Backs: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

The Under Armour Next Football Camp Series is a grassroots football skills platform for the best middle school and high school football players across the country. These select athletes will have the opportunity to hone their on-field skills and earn a coveted bid to the 2025 Under Armour Next All-America Game or UA Next Future 50 Camp.


While many come out to watch the nationally rated stars, which there are plenty of on hand, there are several other players who surprise even those who rank players nationwide.

Here are some prospects who have gotten plenty of interest, and who are expected to be in hand.

Among those are No. 86 – WR, Nae’shaun Montgomery, Miami Central, No. 105 - WR, Cortez Mills, Homestead, No. 131 – DB, Tae Harris, Cedartown, Georgia, No. 137 – RB, Deandre Desinor, Delray Beach Atlantic, No. 162 – WR, Winston Watkins, Bradenton IMG Academy, and Ohio State receiver commitment - No. 170 - Jayvan Boggs.

In addition, there will be No. 180 – DB, Ben Hanks, Miami Booker T. Washington, No. 184 -DL, Myron Charles, Port Charlotte, No. 204 – DB, Chris Ewald, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna, No. 232 – DB, Amari Wallace, Miami Central, No. 245 – DL, Jarquez Carter, Newberry, No. 269 – WR, Wellington Palm Beach Central Kamare Williams, and No. 283 – DB, Bryce Fitzgerald from Miami Christopher Columbus.

The camp will begin at 9 a.m. ET on Sunday at Ives Estates Park, 20901 NE 16th Ave., Miami, FL 33179


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Nicholas Oyarzun Named New Head Coach At Miami Belen Jesuit

Since Don Chaney Sr. stepped aside as head football coach at Miami Belen Jesuit, the search had been on for his replacement.

One of the most prestigious schools in south Florida, Belen Jesuit has long been in the mix for post season and district titles.

On Wednesday, the decision was made when Miami native Nicholas Oyarzun was named as the new coach and fulltime faculty member.

“I am extremely honored and blessed to be named the next Head Football Coach at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School,” said Oyarzun. “My wife and I are excited to return to our hometown of Miami, and be reunited with friends and family. My vision is for this program to serve as a source of pride and inspiration to our school, alumni, and community through our constant pursuit of excellence both on and off the field. I would like to thank Father Guillermo García-Tuñón, S.J. and the search committee for believing in me and my vision for the football program at this prestigious academic institution.”

Since 2021, Coach Oyarzun has been the Offensive Line Coach and Area Recruiter for NCAA D3 Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee. Before that, he served at four institutions as a Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator and Area Recruiting Coach at different levels of college football spanning NCAA D1, D3, and the NAIA.

Oyarzun came to Maryville after spending the 2020 season at Florida Memorial, where he served as the tight ends coach and special teams coordinator.

Prior to Florida Memorial, Oyarzun spent the 2019 season at FIU as a graduate assistant coaching the offensive line. He worked closely with D’Ante Demery and Devontay Taylor, who were both All-Conference USA selections.

Oyarzun graduated from FIU in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Sports Management. His first collegiate coaching position came right there after graduation with the Panthers as the program’s offensive/recruiting assistant.

In between those FIU stints, Oyarzun spent the 2018 season at Rochester as the tight ends coach, helping develop All-UAA tight end Daniel DiLoretto.

During his undergraduate days, Oyarzun spent time at his old high school, Christopher Columbus High in Miami, as the offensive line coach.

Oyarzon takes over a team that reached the second round of the state playoffs, beating Hollywood South Broward before losing to Miramar.

The Wolverines graduated some quality talent off this last year’s squad – including Florida Atlantic University commitment Gavench Marcelin as well as standout running back Khamani Alexander.

“Like all sports teams at Belen, football can play a significant role in the formation of our young men,” said Belen President Fr. Willie García-Tuñón. “This is why our coach must insist our Catholic-Jesuit values be integral to our football program. His impact must be felt both on and off the field. We are excited to have Coach Oyarzun join the Belen family to do exactly that.”

Oyarzun holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Sports Management from Florida International University, where he also worked as an Offensive Intern and Offensive Graduate Assistant.

The search committee was impressed with his experience in helping transform football programs and his ability to build relationships with student-athletes. We look forward to his expertise on and off the field that will help strengthen our football program, which spans grades 6-12.

“His drive for the process of educating and developing young men to become their best selves within the context of our Catholic-Jesuit identity will be contagious,” said Belen Jesuit Athletic Director Lazaro Fernandez. “These attributes and Nicholas’ comprehensive experience and approach to football make him the ideal candidate to move our program forward.”

Oyarzun will be Belen Jesuit’s 7th Head Football Coach. The program began at Belen during the 1971-1972 school year. His start date is Monday, March 18.

With the addition of Oyarzun, south Florida has been busy with new head football coaches this off season.

Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy – Jase Stewart

Homestead Everglades Prep – Jermain Kelson Sr.

Miami Carol City – George Stubbs

Miami Dr. Krop – Vernon Wilder III

Miami Jackson – Max Edwards

Miami Killian – Rudy Trevino

Miami Northwestern – Teddy Bridgewater

Pembroke Pines Somerset – Nitro Baker

Plantation – Daryl Strong


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Sawyer Bartelt Leads 152 Boys & Girls To State Wrestling

Over the past 59 years, Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have certainly had their share of elite wrestlers.

In that time there were numerous state champions and highly-regarded nationally rated performers.

When the 2024 state wrestling championships get under way on Thursday afternoon (12:30) at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee – while team and individual state titles are up for grabs, all eyes will be on South Dade senior 215-pounder Sawyer Bartelt.

Considered one of the best of this generation, this amazing Iowa State-bound standout will be after his fourth consecutive state championship at the high school level after a fifth-place finish as a seventh grader and second as an 8th grader.

When the competition begins, this amazing athlete (also All County football defensive end) will bring a high school record of 163-0 into the three days of competition.

Bartelt is one of 11 wrestlers who head into the state championships from Miami-Dade and Broward with an undefeated record.

In 3A, his teammate Elvis Solis Jr. (South Dade) 36-0, Jr. is also unbeaten. In 1A, eighth grade 106-pounder Jovanni Tovar (Miami Christian School) 16-0 and 132-pounder Jovani Solis (Somerset) 59-0 have not lost.

144-pound senior Frankie Florio (Cardinal Gibbons) 20-0 and Coral Springs Charter 190-pound eighth grader Peter Mocco (13-0), and Miami SLAM Academy 285-pound senior Darren Georges comes in at 6-0.

The girls also have four – with multiple state champions Gabriela “Gaby” Caro (Douglas, 130 – 14-0, Sr.), Sofia Delgado (Coral Park, 140 – 33-0, Sr.) and Mya Bethel (North Miami, 155 - 34-0, Jr.) along with Mater Lakes eighth grader Abigail Gonzalez (Mater Lakes, 105 - 13-0).



Expect a real dogfight between Pembroke Pines Somerset and Mater Lakes with Cardinal Gibbons also staying in the fight along with Live Oak Suwannee, Palm Bay and Zephyrhills Christian.


In 2A, Lake Gibson and Tampa Jesuit are always fighting it out, but longtime power Brandon, Merritt Island and Fleming Island will be in the hunt along with Miramar, who led Region 4 after the first day last week.


This is perennial powerhouse South Dade’s team title to lose – plain an simple. The Bucs are a machine! Keep an eye on Southwest Miami, Naples Palmetto Ridge, host Kissimmee Osceola, Wellington and Orlando Timber Creek.


Palm Coast Matanzas is the defending champion and will be tough to beat and will hold off city rival Flagler Palm Coast. Keep an eye on Fort Myers Riverdale, South Dade, Wellington and Mater Lakes.

There will be 152 boys and girls from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties who will be in action this year.




Bryan Morales (South Dade) 47-4

Rocco Ruiz (Doral Academy) 28-4, 8th

Damel Martinez (Miami Southridge) 37-11

Rocco Duygulu (Douglas) 36-4, Jr.


Christian Vazquez (Doral Academy) 38-1, Sr.

Lajuan Ingraham (Miami Beach Senior) 19-7, Fr.

Antonio Morales (Southwest Miami) 37-16.

Alexander Laguardia (Miami Southridge) 23-17, So.


Luis Acevedo (South Dade) 31-2, Sr.

Fredrick Mitchum (Miami Southridge) 42-5, Sr.

David Leiva (Douglas) 32-2, Jr.

Angel Delgado (Southwest Miami) 26-9, Sr.


Gabriel Tellez (Southwest Miami) 46-4, Sr.

Nathaniel Williams (South Dade) 37-10, Jr.

Diego Imbert (Coral Gables) 36-6, Sr.

David Yagerman (Nova) 32-5, Sr.


Dillon Smith (Southwest Miami) 48-3, Jr.

Armand Williams (South Dade) 38-14, Fr.

Joshua Whitter (South Plantation) 45-4, Sr.

Alejandro Rodriguez (Miami Beach) 38-9, Sr.


Elvis Solis Jr. (South Dade) 36-0, Jr.

Noah Sanabria (Braddock) 40-3, Sr.

Alec Gonzalez (Columbus) 54-18, Sr.

Adlan Dzhabrailov (Miami Beach) 38-12, So.


Tyree Graham (South Dade) 60-10, So.

Nelson Hued (Southwest Miami) 29-16, Fr.

Tyrell Robby (Miami Beach) 44-3

Dylan Lopez (Braddock) 25-9, Jr.


Joshua Aviles (South Dade) 31-3, Sr.

Zachary Ruiz (Columbus) 41-13, Jr.

Omar Faris (Western) 28-2, Sr.

Iam Garcia (Southwest Miami) 33-19, So.


Jose Gutierrez (Doral Academy) 39-3, Jr.

Shannon Davie (Southwest Miami) 29-9, Sr.

Drake Bonney (Miami Palmetto) 48-3, So.

Jonathan Moreno (South Dade) 31-11, Fr.


Gavin Balmeceda (South Dade) 33-4, Sr.

Willie White (Southwest Miami) 46-5, Jr.

Naushad Bashir (South Plantation) 44-6, Sr.

Cedric Daniels (Nova) 30-7, Sr.


Kevin Olavarria (South Dade) 41-6, Sr.

Connor Bonney (Miami Palmetto) 36-7, So.

Nicholas Santiago (Doral Academy) 28-7, Jr.

Mateo Martinez (South Broward) 38-4, So.


Christopher Sanchez (South Dade) 46-6, Sr.

Myron Mendez (Southwest Miami) 39-11, Jr.

Eliel Santos (Miami Southridge) 41-15, Jr.

Kenneth Canales (Columbus) 38-11, Sr.


Sawyer Bartelt (South Dade) 35-0, Sr.

Nathan Adras (Dr. Krop) 36-4, Sr.

Joel Carillo (Doral Academy) 32-9, Sr.

Gregory Gonzalez (Coral Reef) 36-9, Jr.


Ryan Miret (Miami Southridge Hs) 42-3, So.

Apollo Benito (Columbus) 21-7, Jr.

Maxmiliano Taboada (West Broward) 48-6, Sr.

Daguy Massillon (South Dade) 39-15, Jr.



Gary Mendez (Mater Academy) 47-8, So.

Joshua Sanchez (Felix Varela) 23-5, Sr.


Ericson Coney (Mater Academy) 44-9, 8th.

Rahsaan Robinson (Miami Norland Senior) 27-10, Sr.


Dully Brutus (Miramar) 35-8, Jr.


Quinton Brownlee (Miramar) 32-9, Sr.

Yaisel O`farrill (Mater Academy) 29-9, Fr.


Gregory Mendez (Mater Academy) 49-5, Sr.

Salaahddinn Hightower (Dillard) 36-6, Sr.

Ranzer Wallace (American Senior) 5-4, Sr.


Luis Rosa (Archbishop McCarthy) 43-7, Sr.

Famous Nealy (Miramar) 28-8, Jr.


Jordan Pineda (Felix Varela) 39-7, Jr.

Isaac Jacobs (Plantation American Heritage School) 36-7, Sr.


Dylan Sweeney (Felix Varela) 23-2, Sr.

Maddox Buth (St. Thomas Aquinas) 36-13, Sr.


Gerson Alette (North Miami) 50-6, Sr.

Isaac Fayer (Plantation American Heritage School) 48-3, So.

Dylan Ibanez (Archbishop McCarthy) 38-17, Sr.


Jovany Franklin (Miami Norland Senior) 30-16, Sr.

Adonis Severe (North Miami) 40-12, Jr.


Maximiliano Munoz-lysius (Archbishop McCarthy) 41-13, Sr.


Jivari Milton (Miramar) 27-7, Sr.


Lucson Emile (Dillard) 43-5, Sr.

Maxinot Mondesir (Miramar) 18-4, Sr.


Noel Guycen (Mater Academy) 16-11, So.

Samuel Boatwright (Archbishop McCarthy) 22-19, Fr.



Jovanni Tovar (Miami Christian School) 16-0, 8th.

Cano Austin (Somerset) 31-13, 6th.

Andres Garcia (Cardinal Gibbons) 28-12, Fr.


Jake Austin (Somerset) 51-4, 8th.

Kellen Mesina (Mater Lakes Academy) 23-7, So.

Jason Ramirez (SLAM Academy) 29-6, So.


Matteo Gonzalez (Somerset) 42-8, 7th.

Christopher Greene (Mater Lakes Academy) 14-4, Fr.


Ethan Tran (Mater Lakes Academy) 21-4, Fr.

Dylan Fernandez (Somerset) 39-16, Fr.

R.J. Linares (Miami Westminster Christian) 34-9, So.


Jovani Solis (Somerset) 59-0, 8th.

Anthony O`Dell (Mater Lakes Academy) 22-6, Jr.


Malikai Badillo (Mater Lakes Academy) 16-6, Sr.

Darion Shannon (Somerset) 34-12, Fr.


Frankie Florio (Cardinal Gibbons) 20-0, Jr.

Preston Lindsay (Coral Springs Charter School) 52-11, Jr.

Eric Hodge (Somerset) 50-8, Jr.


Luis Bellon (Somerset) 31-6, Jr.

Bryan Picallo (Cardinal Gibbons) 13-1, Jr.

Kenny Alvarado (Mater Lakes Academy) 33-13, Jr.


Kalias Nazario (Mater Lakes Academy) 29-2, So.

Nicholas Lopez (Cardinal Gibbons) 28-3, Sr.

Dylan Gonzalez (Miami Florida Christian) 24-7.


Kendrick Hodge (Somerset) 51-3, Sr.

Bluny Davilma (Miami Central) 15-4, Jr.

Jason Simmons (Cardinal Gibbons) 27-4, Sr.


Myles Sadeek (Mater Lakes Academy) 33-8, Sr.

Noah Perez (Somerset) 48-6, Sr.

Dominic Pantuso (Cardinal Gibbons) 33-8, Sr.

Andrew Lopez (Miami Westminster Christian School) 23-17, So.


Peter Mocco (Coral Springs Charter School) 13-0, 8th.

Rafael Lopez (Somerset) 14-5, Sr.

Nicholas Winter (Cardinal Gibbons) 23-13, So.


Michael Mocco (Cardinal Gibbons) 37-2, So.

Nathan Chen (Pine Crest) 12-3, Jr.

Damian Soto (Mater Lakes Academy) 17-1, Jr.

Adrian Tejada (Somerset) 41-12, Sr.


Darren Georges (SLAM Academy) 6-0, Sr.

Abdur Bey (Somerset) 12-7, Jr.



Paola Perez (Doral Academy) 19-2, 7th.

Mia Comesana (Mater Lakes) 23-12, Fr.


Abigail Gonzalez (Mater Lakes) 13-0, 8th.

Gabi Kerber (Cypress Bay) 35-8, So.

Rosie Kleine (Monarch) 29-8, So.


Sofia Ferran (Mater Lakes) 31-4, Sr.

Zoe Delgado (Florida Christian School) 29-7, 7th.

Rebekkah Kinkade (South Dade) 30-10, Jr.


Kamora Willis (Coral Gables) 24-4, Jr.

Arianna Garcia (South Dade) 21-11, So.


Isis Severe (North Miami) 33-5, Jr.

Iliana Gracey (Western) 10-3, Sr.

Willow White (SLAM Miami) 38-1, So.


Arianna Ruiz (Mater Lakes) 20-2, 8th.

Kaitelynn Oliver (South Dade) 31-1, Jr.

Chloe Parets (Miami Florida Christian) 27-7, Sr.


Gabriela “Gaby” Caro (Douglas) 14-0, Sr.

Rachel Silva (Florida Christian) 24-3, Jr.

Geraldine Honore (South Dade) 24-8, Jr.

Alexa Paz (SLAM Miami) 35-4, Jr. (Dec 4-1)


Lesane Heid (North Miami) 28-7, So.

Eysis Brinson (Miami Palmetto) 8-2, So.


Sofia Delgado (Coral Park) 33-0, Sr.

Ta`Jah Broadnex (South Dade) 17-5, Sr.


Emily Jaspe (Mater Academy Hialeah Gardens) 27-1, Sr.

Anisah Paz (South Dade) 22-10, Sr.

Viktoriya Devochkina (South Broward) 8-3, So.


Mya Bethel (North Miami) 34-0, Jr.

Valentina Mora (Miami Beach) 22-10, So.


Tala Salao (Archbishop McCarthy) 12-6, Jr.


Tessa Diaz (Doral Academy) 14-5, Jr.

Latoya Sylvestre (South Broward) 24-2, So.

Orlisia Sands (Deerfield Beach) 16-6, Sr.


Day`Jah Clarke (Miami Norland) 25-3, Sr.



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Junior Linemen Ready To Take The Next Step

When it comes to receivers and defensive backs, you don’t have to tell anyone across the country how potent south Florida is each year.

The skilled positions have long been a trademark of Miami-Dade and Broward County football teams, and colleges across the country have been bringing back those standouts for decades.

Quarterbacks, linebackers, kickers, and punters have always found a place in the spotlight when boasting about the prospects that are produced in this region of the country.

With all the attention being paid to all those positions, linemen, on both sides of the ball, are often overlooked. They are the last to grab the spotlight, but that is starting to change.

At the recent Orange Bowl Showcase, there were several senior linemen who made an impression on the college coaches who attended. But as many of those gifted young men did their thing, the juniors who came out were equally as impressive and gave a glimpse of what lies ahead for the two counties.

Here is a look at five 2026 football players that you may want to keep an eye on this coming season:

Ricardo Alexandre, OG/DT, 6-2, 280, Davie Nova. This off season you can guarantee that this is going to wake some people up. A strong run blocker who continues to get bigger and stronger and was part of the Orange Bowl Recruiting Showcase this past weekend.


Markiss Peterson, DL, 6-4, 220, Miami Booker T. Washington. While the Tornadoes have lost a few players in the off-season, here is a talented young man who has the chance to be very special – as he matures and grows. Another of the gifted Class of 2026 prospects who continue to emerge. While he may not be a household name right now, watch how he starts to turn heads this coming spring.


Preston Renord, C/G, 6-2, 285, Homestead. The beat goes on for the Broncos, who have been state runner up the past two seasons. Here is yet another big and physical football talent that has shown that he is ready for a breakout off-season. He continues to learn and mature and that adds up to something very positive. He also holds down a 3.0 grade point average in the classroom.


Spencer Voss, DL, 6-2, 250, Miami Southridge. Ask anyone who has watched this young man play and all will tell you that he is on the verge of breaking out. Strong, athletic and a difference maker on the football field. In addition to his football skills, this is also a quality wrestler that continues to get better and learns more on the mat. He also gets it done in the classroom – with his 3.0 grade point average.


Kahleel Warthen, DL/Edge, 6-3, 250, Miramar. 3.6 GPA. Makes the move over from Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian with so much in his corner. A big, quick and athletic line prospect who can play inside or the Edge position. Comes from a football family which will be huge in the maturity process. In addition, his 3.6 grade point average will also open some doors.




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Orange Bowl Showcase Delivers For Several Recruits

MIAMI GARDENS – They came from Pensacola, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, Largo and throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County.

With an opportunity to attract the eye of a college football coach or two, the now annual Orange Bowl Recruiting Showcase was held at St. Thomas University, and with hundreds of seniors and juniors on hand, scholarships were extended and the opportunity to receive a college education became a reality.

With members of the Orange Bowl committee on hand along with former NFL player coach Dave Shula, NFL player and football host Brady Quinn, one time University of Florida and NFL standout Travis Taylor and countless college and high school coaches who not only came to support, but also lend a hand in helping expose many of these young men who still have dreams of extended their football playing along with an opportunity to get a college degree.

For former University of Miami center Ty Wise, the 750 mile ride from the Pensacola area (Pace) was well worth it to give his players an opportunity to have over 45 college coaches from all over the country evaluate and watch them.

“This is a huge opportunity for these young men to have a chance to get their names out there and perform in front of college coaches,” said Wise, who is an assistant coach. “I know what it’s like to go through three and four years of hard work and dedication and not have anything at the end.”

While Wise and his student/athletes did their thing, so did many others – such as local head coaches Pierre Senatus (Miami Southridge), Quentin Short (Sunrise Piper), Brian McCartney (West Broward), Rex Nottage (Coconut Creek North Broward Prep), Gene Chew (Miami Ferguson), John Downs (Alonzo & Tracy Mourning) as well as coaches from Coconut Creek, Homestead, Flanagan, and several other schools, who took advantage of this free exposure event.

St. Thomas University head coach Bill Rychel and his staff were out in full force as hosts and members of the college coaching fraternity that also included Keiser new head coach Myles Russ, Webber International, Fort Lauderdale University, Atlantis University, Palm Beach Elite Academy, MTI Prep and many NAIA, Division 2, Division 3 and Prep Schools who were on hand to stock their rosters with talent from the Sunshine State.

Over five hours brought out receivers, tight ends, quarterbacks, running backs, offensive and defensive linemen, linebackers, defensive backs and kickers & punters, who had the opportunity to test, learn and perform.

“We have found that hosting this event – from the coaches’ social on Friday night to having a combine on Saturday is something that nobody else does,” explained Chief Administrative Officer Mitch Morrall. “We have found that when the college coaches can actually see these seniors and the juniors for the first time, it is a huge recruiting advantage.”

Indeed, while there are several “small college recruiting fairs, the combine element is not included, often leaving high school coaches to show video that could be four and five months old – during a time when a growth period can change the entire recruiting process.

With the full endorsement of CEO Eric Poms and committee, this is an event that will continue to pave the way and give these young men yet another opportunity to sell themselves.


With hundreds of athletes doing their thing, every player did what they could to get noticed.

When the day was over, the college coaches on hand saw many seniors who stepped up their game. In addition to those listed, we will continue to spotlight others who made their way to Miami Gardens.


Jonathan Morillo, Pembroke Pines West Broward

Jett Yurgealitis, Fort Lauderdale NSU University School


Corey Clay Jr., Bradenton Southeast

Manny Rodriguez, Miami Ferguson

Karl Joseph, North Miami Beach



Ryan Ebersberger, Parkland Douglas

Joaquin Edie, Weston Cypress Bay

Josiah Gaynor, Sunrise Piper

Jacob Hovey, Port St. Lucie Centennial


Jordan Alexandre, Miami Dr. Krop

Franklyn Johnson Jr., Pembroke Pines Flanagan

Carter Smith, TE, Pembroke Pines West Broward


Giovan Antoine, North Miami Beach

Jeremy Edwards, Davie Nova

Ted Paul, West Palm Beach Forest Hill

Vertis Shelby, Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep

Chasemi Smith, North Miami


Kenley Israel, Miramar Everglades

Kane Jones, Davenport

Johannes Mager, Homestead

Hadley Pericles, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas

Ivan Quesada, Miami Archbishop Carroll

Luis Rojas, Pembroke Pines West Broward


Damyeon Casimir, North Miami Beach

Quincy Casseus, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

James Douse III, Coconut Creek


Christopher Allen, Coconut Creek

Toby Aurilia, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian

Joel Tavares, North Miami Beach


Kenneth Augilera, North Miami

Braden Kimmel, Boynton Beach Somerset Academy

Nicholas McCarthy, Davie Western

Guillermo Santiago, Lake Mary



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