Recruiting News

Eddy Cachon Continue To Emerge Up Front For Gulliver Prep In 2020

We have gone over it plenty during the past few years – especially here in the off season - about the offensive line position in south Florida.

Because of the elite talent that we have in this region of the country, record numbers of college coaches head south to see some of the outstanding prospects that continue to emerge.

While these colleges are checking out some of those impressive prospects, they also get the chance – firsthand – to see that in south Florida, and throughout the state, the offensive line position is starting to be a place to create a pipeline and change the look of teams nationally – just like running backs, receivers and defensive backs have long done.

McArthur’s Impressive Kevin Knowles Is One of The Elite Defensive Backs For 2020

For years, college coaches have flocked to south Florida to check out the talent in the defensive secondary.

For at least the past four decades, quality secondary performers have found their way to the next level and beyond, from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

2021 LB Terrence Lewis Is Another Headliner For 3A Power Chaminade-Madonna

When other states across the country continue to compare themselves to Florida – when it comes to producing top-flight football talent, there are some who simply will not buy it.

Too many prospects have advanced from the Sunshine State to high level college programs and then on to the NFL, where this state, especially south Florida, dominate, and it’s not close today or has it been close for years and years.

There is a better than average chance that if you attend a high school football game in south Florida on a Friday night, there will be a prospect or prospects what you will one day see on an NFL roster. There is no getting around it – no matter how those in Texas, California, Pennsylvania, Ohio or any other “hotbed” in the nation wants to say it’s so.

Former Broward County High Football Stars Giving Back

There are many areas of this country, where former high school athletes come back and do a lot of good for their community. But at a time when everyone is looking for help, two former Broward County stars have more than stepped up.

One-time Sunrise Piper and Utah State standout Nevin Lawson and Coconut Creek and Clemson star Trayvon Mullen Jr. - both of the Las Vegas Raiders - have partnered with Chick-Fil-A to provide meals for the Emergency Room Covid 19 Response Teams in the four major hospitals.

University School Standout OL Marcus Tate Heads Toward A Huge Future

For years and years, when college coaches headed south to recruit football talent, especially in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, receivers and defensive backs were a huge priority.

Of course you had linebackers and defensive linemen along with running backs that would be heavily recruited by colleges all over the nation.

But when it came to looking at offensive linemen, there were just a handful that these schools had real interest in.