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Miami-Dade Broward Athletes Head To Keiser University Camp

 WEST PALM BEACH – There is no college football program in the state of Florida that can make the claim that the Keiser SeahawkComing off the best season in school history, this team comes in as the defending national NAIA champions, and you can bet that they are using it to their full advantage this spring and summer.

With head coach Doug Socha moving on, Palm Beach County’s own Myles Russ was announced as the new head coach, and the record-setting West Boca Raton graduate and his staff have not stopped since he was appointed.

On Saturday, the Seahawks held yet another summer event when nearly 200 football players from Class 2023-2028 attended as all positions were promoted and exposed.

Among the group of players included 35 prospects from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

One of the larger groups that traveled the two hours was the two-time defending state runner up Homestead Broncos who looked as impressive as any program in south Florida during the off-season.

Head Coach Ronnie Thornton and his team have been all over the state for camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, so the trip to West Palm Beach was a must for many of his young players.

“Something like this is huge for our programs,” Thornton pointed out. “This gives our younger players some valuable experience, competing against some quality players.”

Here is a look at some of those football players who made their way from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties:



Stephanos Balestra, WR, Miami Killian

Andre Barrington, WR, Plantation

Kadir Battle, WR, Miami Palmetto

Loutravious Brown, LB, Homestead

Chris Candidate, DB, Homestead

Tavarus Damon, DB, Plantation

Devin Gonzalez, QB, Coconut Creek

Tyler Gordon, OL, Coral Springs Coral Glades

Camden Hartzell, QB, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian

Jordan Jackson, OL, Hallandale

Zach Joseph, OL, Hialeah American

Oliver Laing, WR, Plantation

Bomani Lespinasse, Miami Dr. Krop

Jahmar Midi, DL, Sunrise Piper

Hunter Pangia, LB, Fort Lauderdale

Sebastian Ruiz, OL, Hialeah American

Ricardo Savoix, DB/WR, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

Kareem Stewart, OL, Fort Lauderdale Dillard



Zachary Alexis, LB, Hallandale

Braylon Brown, DB, Homestead

Jesse Hinojosa, DL, Miami Archbishop Carroll

Javon Jones, DB, Miami Dr. Krop

Shavar Lambkin, WR, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely

Samir Pierre, OL, Miami Dr. Krop

Charles Richardson, DL, Hallandale

Cohan Ross, QB, Deerfield Beach

Sean Saintil, DL, Miami Dr. Krop

Jake Santovenia, OL, Miami Archbishop Carroll

Christopher Sulfranc, Miami Dr. Krop

Cenicio Van, OL, Miami Dr. Krop


Roshaun Gardner, OL, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons

Mavriel Glover, LB, Homestead

Peyton Lamarre, LB, Miami Dr. Krop

David Mason, WR, Miami Dr. Krop

Nathaniel Miller, OL, Fort Lauderdale Dillard

Jacari Ross, WR, Homestead

Trenton Spell, WR, Homestead

Vernon Wilder, OL, Miami Dr. Krop


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