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South Florida Prospects Standout At Under Armour Event

WINTER GARDEN, Fl. – When the Under Armour All-American camp headed to Florida, you just knew that there would be some impressive headliners and showstoppers.

With several media members and recruiting analysts on hand at West Orange High School, they were treated some amazing performances during a five hour period.

From nationally-rated prospects to south Florida stars, the day certainly gave the Sunshine State a reason to be proud of what’s ahead in Classes 2024, 2025 and event 2026.

While prospects sch as LSU commit Colin Hurley (QB, Jacksonville Trinity Christian), Korey Duff Jr. (TE/WR, Melville (N.Y.) St. Anthony’s, Clearwater Academy International OL Jason Zandamela, Jacksonville RAINES 2025 OL Solomon Thomas, Athlete Micahi Danzy from Tallahassee FSU High, Camdon Frier, Athlete, an FSU commit from Lake City Columbia, Sean Sevillano Jr., DL, Clearwater Academy International, defensive back Zavier Mincey, who was fresh off the basketball court for Daytona Beach Mainland, defensive back Cai Bates from Orlando Edgewater and DL L.J. McCray from Daytona Beach Mainland, whose father (Lawal) was a one-time head coach at Boyd Anderson, there were some south Florida stars who also turned heads.

Among those Miami-Dade and Broward standouts included recent Miami Jackson transfer Edge rusher Tyclean Luman (Miami Norland), who was voted co-MVP for the defensive line. Others were Chaminade-Madonna QB Cedrick Bailey, one of the top passers. The running backs also received plenty of recognition with recent Dillard transfer Chris Wheatley-Humphrey, Miami Booker T. Washington Gerald Modest Jr., and recent Tampa Wharton and IMG Academy transfer Stacy Gage (St. Thomas Aquinas). Gage was presented with an invitation to the Under Armour All-America Game.

Chaminade-Madonna standout athlete Joshisa Trader and teammate defensive back Zaquan Patterson, and St. Thomas Aquinas defensive backs Ryan Mack and Romanas Frderique Jr. turned heads as well.

Miami Norland, which has truly transformed their team, had Tyclean’s twin brother, Tycoolhill Luman, Monsignor Pace transfer Dimitry Nicolas and Miami Carol City under-the-radar nose tackle transfer Germaine Carter.

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