Recruiting News

Junior Dolphins Virtual Summer Camps and Summer Camps Will Be Exciting

Things are changing all over the country - and summer camps will also be adjusted.

With youth sports currently at a hold due to COVID-19 concerns, the first ever Junior Dolphins Virtual Summer Camps and summer camps will take place for both football and cheer. The five-day camps, from Monday June 22 to Friday, June 26, will provide boys and girls the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of sports while staying active and entertained from the safety of their homes.

NAIA Announce Women's Flag Football For St. Thomas & Florida Memorial Universities

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), in conjunction with the National Football League (NFL) and Reigning Champs Experiences (RCX), have announced a two-year partnership, making varsity Women's Flag Football an official NAIA sport.

With support from NFL Flag and RCX, the NAIA will work to develop league infrastructure and operations for the first women's flag football competition governed by a collegiate athletics association.

SPRING FOOTBALL: Traditional Powers Race Toward The Top Once Again

Welcome to spring football in south Florida. Well, at least today was to be the official start of the spring – but as we all understand – that is not happening.

While we all wait on this pandemic to subside and get back to the new normal, all we can do is sit back and wait for things to ease so we can get back to playing football and showcasing some of the best programs in the country.

NFL Draft: Day 3 Produces A Trio of South Floridians; Dolphins Select Local DE

By south Florida standards, this year’s NFL Draft was not considered to be a success.

Not from three counties (Miami-Dade, Broward & Palm Beach) that boasted 5 first rounders in 2019 or had 115 players on NFL rosters at the start of this past season. But before you start pointing fingers and talk about the most prospect-rich region in the country being on the decline, take a step back.

Uche, Moss Highlight south Florida Talent On Day 2 of The NFL Draft

During his sophomore year in high school, Josh Uche attended his first ever football combine to see what he needed to work on. It was something that he was very thankful for.

As someone with a future in football, he and Miami Christopher Columbus head coach Chris Merritt felt that it was the perfect thing to put this linebacker on the map and provide this quality athlete with the knowledge of what it will take to become a better player.