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Champagnat Catholic Wins Game Changers 7-on-7

When former Miami Monsignor Pace star football player Kayvon Webster wanted to host a 7-on-7 tournament, he knew right where to head.

His alma mater would be the perfect spot to hold a summer 7-on-7, featuring some of south Florida’s top prospects – and he was right.

On Friday, several area schools headed to Monsignor Pace for a day-long event that was won by 2A powerhouse Hialeah Champagnat Catholic, but it was much more.

Several area businesses came out to support one of their own for the Game Changers 7-on-7 that awarded a cash prize to the winning team.

As NFL players such as Rashard Fenton (Kansas City Chiefs) came out to support and be a part of the day. He grew up right down the block – attending Norland and Carol City, so being a part of a group that gives back was exciting.

With Carol City, North Miami Beach, TRU Prep Academy, Dr. Krop, Dade Christian and the champion Lions, the field was stacked with talent and supported by the community.

“I cannot say enough about the support, talent and the way everything ran,” said Webster, who played for several NFL teams after his tremendous college days at USF. “You can always add more teams in the future, but the premise was to give back, have some good competition on a Friday and just hang out with friends.”


Every once in a while, football fans will forget that head coach Hector Clavijo and his football team has won the past two 2A state titles – three of the past four and have been to the title game five straight seasons. They are not going away – and while their 7-on-7 finals opponent, Dade Christian is a team to watch, they are still the team to beat.

On Friday, it was a mix of youth and veteran players making a difference for a program that is stacked all over the field.

Class of 2022 seniors include Jadin Belus (CB), Lamar Jones (OLB), Tyler Jones (CB), way under the radar Benson Prosper (WR), rising standout Marvin Sims (FS), Krop transfer Deandre Tamarez (WR) and impressive receiver Jaylin Terzado.


As the senior class will give this program plenty to watch this coming season, the future is also very bright with 2023 standouts Kelvin Blount (WR), St. Brendan transfer Michael Caldwell Jr. (RB), Juan Colon (WR), Monroe Ingraham (SS) and cornerback Anthony Massie (CB).

The Class of 2024 is also stacked and loaded up with impressive prospects such as Berlin Campfort (SS/CB), Jabari Dukes (DL), Corey Gibson (SS), Leroy James (SS), Jordan Jones (RB), Donovan Philord (CB), and linebackers Johnathan Pierre and Tristan Ramsey.

The Lions will also have quality talent such as Juan Rodriguez (RB), Rachaude Williams (WR/FS), 2024 - Jennario Young (OLB) and one of Florida’s best quarterback prospects Ennio Yapoor. There is even freshman (2025) safety Jordan Louis.


In addition to Champagnat, the other programs on hand some talent as well:

Carol City

2022 - Wayne Favors III (DB)

2022 - Keyon Meza (DB)

2022 - Javin Pownall (WR)

2022 - Malik Pownall (WR)

2022 - Jeff Virgille (WR)

Dade Christian

2022 – Darian Anderson (DB)

2023 – Giovanni Adopte (WR)

2023 – Kameron Brantley (DB)

2023 – William Fowles (WR)

2023 – Marquise Wright (QB)

Dr. Michael Krop

2023 – Elijah Brown (LB)

2024 - Makhari Tucker (QB)

2023 – O’Neal Webb (DB)

2022 – Bryce White (WR

Monsignor Pace

2022 – Gabriel Herrera (LB)

2024 – Adrian Posse (QB)

2024 – Jeremiah Smith (WR)

2024 - Joshisa Trader (WR)

North Miami Beach

2022 - Phillip Dunnam (WR)

2023 – Mahki Rolle (QB)

2022 – Malik Rolle (WR)

TRU Prep Academy

2026 – Antonio Branch (DB)

2022 – Timothy Carter (RB/WR)

2022 – Samauri Dukes (WR/DB)

2026 - J’Vari Flowers (DB)

2022 – Jamarion McDougle (WR)

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