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Max Edwards, Miami Jackson Ready For A Challenge

There is no secret that wherever football coach Max Edwards has coached, success has followed closely behind.

Winners of three state titles at Miami Northwestern, Edwards is indeed someone who knows what it takes to succeed and develop.

His style of coaching produces winners and champions. His knowledge of the game is simply unmatched, and after a year with longtime friend Tim “Ice” Harris Sr. at Miami Booker T. Washington last season, he makes the move to a program he knows very well.

Over the years, Miami Jackson has been loaded with players and solid coaching, but the momentum doesn’t last. That has a huge chance of changing as student/athletes, solid coaches and a community feel that this regime could end up being the winning combination as the Generals build toward the future.

In this day and age of south Florida football, fortunes can change overnight with more transfers on the move that in any other place in the nation.

This Jackson team will be built with veteran prospects as well as some fresh faces – many from local youth leagues that have long fed Miami Northwestern, Miami Central, Booker T. Washington, Miami Edison and several other schools throughout the county.

As spring is less than two weeks away, the objective will be to start building and showcase many talented prospects the team already has.

The 2025 (rising senior) class will be essential for this program. Here are a few of those difference makers:

Malik Anderson, WR/TE, 6-2, 190.

Kareem Glass, WR, 5-10, 172.


Demetrius Henry LB/TE, 5-9, 170.


Clinton Preston, LB, 5-10, 215.


Dwayne Roberts, SS, 5-8, 155.


Ozzie Watson Jr., WR/DB, 5-9, 160.



Lawrence Alderly, RB 


As much as the Generals will rely on those experienced seniors in 2024, there are several Class of 2026 football players who are expected to make a major contribution as well.

Here are a few of those 2026 rising juniors who are ready to make a difference:

Joshua Joseph WR/DB, 5-9, 165.


Brandin Mincy QB 6-1, 175.



Brian McKoy, WR.

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