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Harris Has Miami Northwestern On The Right Track

Can we be honest?

The job that Max Edwards did for Miami Northwestern was amazing. The Bulls won state titles and were recognized nationally as one of the premier programs in the country.

While many fans were bent on getting rid of Edwards – even when he was winning – it wore him down, although he will never admit it. It’s not acceptable to have non state championship seasons on 71st Street. That pressure has long been in place, and while the loyal and ardent supporters continue to want that bar as high as possible, the reality is this school is not the only powerhouse that south Florida and that state have.

But to be successful in the future, all that has to be behind this program and embrace the changes that were made. Changes that fans and boosters demanded. Edwards is now the Defensive Coordinator at Miami Booker T. Washington, and the Bulls have one of their own in place.

Last Saturday, Traz Powell Stadium – the “Mecca” that this program helped to create - was the perfect place to host a homecoming as former standout Michaelee Harris made his head coaching debut.

While his style of coaching is totally different than Edwards, the objective is the same, and nobody wants to turn this ship back around more than the one-time receiver standout.

Dressed in a jacket, long pants and a tie on a hot and humid morning, Harris was greeted by one of the most famous alumni, Teddy Bridgewater, and perhaps the next NFL star – Kamren Kinchens along with fans and supporters.

Bridgewater wears his emotions on his sleeve, and while he does so much for so many, he isn’t afraid to speak his mind about his alma mater that he has long carried the flag for. With pen and pad on hand, the collegiate and NFL standout wrote his notes on what he was watching and what he will share with Harris and his coaching staff.

“From now on, we are NOT Miami Northwestern,” he told his team after the intra-squad scrimmage ended. “When I was here, people knew us and respected us as the ‘West’ – and that is what we will work hard to get back to.”

What Saturday did was shine a spotlight on a team – mixed with youth and veterans, and while nobody is picking them to win a 2M state title, it would be hard to tell these young men and coaching staff who put in the work this spring that they won’t be in the mix.

Here is a look at some of the prospects the Bulls will have this summer – with perhaps more on the way:


Tariq Bradley, DE, 5-10, 170.


Traymane Carson, OL/DL, 6-3, 285.


Trey Collesso, OL, 6-5, 280.


Sadonnie Gay, DB, 6-1, 180.


Jamari Green, OLB, 6-0, 185.


Jarvis Hill, DL, 6-0, 235.


Adrian Posse, QB, 6-5, 228.


Danny Rodriguez, OL, 6-5, 275.


Felix Ward, LB, 5-11, 195.


Antwan Williams, Jr., LB, 5-11, 200.


Rachaude Williams, Athlete.


Matthew Wilson, DE, 6-2, 180.


Ktron Wooden, DE, 6-3, 187.



Willie Covinston, DB

Gavin Grant, OL

Antwan Hart, DL

Devon Jones, DB

Marcus Kimbrough, LB

Javon Miller, OL/DL

Myron Parker, DE

Jarvar Pierre, LB

Maurice Roath, OL/DL

Jeremiah Shannon, DE

Zaki Stova, DL

Jaheim Warren, DB

Dresean Whitfield, LB


King Davis, RB, 5-10, 160.


Nicholas Francis, DL, 6-0, 265.


Darius Johnson, WR, 5-11, 160.

Lewon Lurry Jr., DE, 6-2, 190.


Randy Phillips, QB, 6-5, 175.


Macai Warthen, DB, 5-10, 155.



Deon Barner, DB

Dwight Bellamy, WR

Nathan Bendross, DL

Xavier Chatfield, WR

Isaiah Deloach, DE

Xavier Flander, WR

Tremaine Frazier, LB

Twan Glover, WR

Ricardo Hurley, LB

Odell Jolly, WR

Kervin Joseph, DL

Kelvin Mays, WR

Tremaine Perriman, DB

Jamari Pickett, OL/DL

Timmithy Trimins, DL

Jeremiah Young, OL


Elijah Hardy, WR, 5-10, 170.


Desmond Johnson, LB, 6-0, 180.


Nicsaint Joseph Jr., WR, 6-1, 165.


Dominic Kelly, DB.


Brandon Kinsey, WR, 5-8, 155.


Calvin Russell III, WR, 6-5, 170.


Tyrel Snelling, LB, 5-10, 170.



Xavier Baker, DE

Antonio Bel, DB

Deandre Broadhurst, OL

Marcus Dumont, WR

Darren Green, RB

Yahkeim Lollar, WR

Tarvail Mathis Jr., RB

Kimbriq Minnis, RB

Odonis Pierre, OL

Ivory Simmons, RB

Leon Strawder, QB

Kenyan Thompson, WR

Rashad Wallace, RB

Ricky Williams, DB

Jamarcus Wilson, OL

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