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There are very few people who know and understand that landscape of football in south Florida like Chris McGonigal.
From the competitive and successful youth programs all the way to high school, his knowledge and passion has made him one of those people that many gravitate toward.
McGonigal admits he is promoting and making it making it possible for area athletes to gain exposure because he cares about them and wants to see them all succeed – whether it’s football or anything else in life.
Along with Norman Campbell and Andy Waid, McGonigal has been able to help in the off-season as well.
Starting the 7-on-7 program Defcon, the trio – along with a coaching staff that includes Aaron Strumski, this is a team that will get plenty of looks and win more than their share of tournaments.
What Defcon features are some of south Florida’s premier football talent that includes prospects that every college in America are after.
In winning this past weekend at the Battle 7-on-7 Tournament at Mills Pond Park in Fort Lauderdale, this program had the chance to showcase many of the elite players they have against nationally-rated prospects and teams.
The 7-on-7 series that runs throughout January, February, March and April will take many of these programs across the country and playing against some of the elite and heavily recruited prospects.
The event brought in teams from Arizona, California, Texas, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and the Bootleggers (Lousiana) – the team that Defcon defeated in the finals.
DEFCON IS LOADED
The talent that this program has is indeed impressive - thanks to defensive back coach Junior Rosegreen, who brought together some quality talent.
Prospects such as highly-rated Hallandale standouts Alfonzo Allen, defensive back Jaylin Marshall, Anthony Rose and Edric Weldon are all among the best prospects to watch in the Class of 2022 – and all have been watched by colleges all over the country.
In addition to those amazing standout, there is Miami Central nationally-rated Class of 2023 receiver Lamar Seymour, Fort Lauderdale Dillard receiver Devaughn Mortimer, FSU-commit defensive end Nyjalik Kelly, and Western standouts Jullian Lewis (WR) and big time safety Websley Etienne.
Miami Northwestern Class of 2022 way under-the-radar athlete Jai-Ayviauynn Celestine and his teammate Class of 2023 quarterback Taron Dickens will be tough to stop.
Defcon also boast some other top
2022 – D’Mon Brinson, DB, Fort Lauderdale Dillard
2022 - Kheylan Martin-Brown, LB, Miramar Everglades
2022 – Percy Courtney Jr., OLB, Davie Western
2022 – Rashad Davis, WR, Miami Northwestern
2022 - Justin Doll, SS/WR, Hallandale
2022 – Simion Hines, DB, Davie Western
2022 – Travis Jean, WR, Fort Lauderdale Dillard
2022 - Stephen Landers Jr., S, Fort Lauderdale Dillard
2022 - Demarian Lane, WR, Hollywood McArthur
2022 - Navar Maine, QB, Fort Lauderdale Dillard
2022 - Tiwan McCloud, S/LB, Hallandale
2022 - Tyreik Thorpe, WR, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson