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QUICK HITS – After An Up & Down Year, Carol City Looks To Bounce Back In 2020

While the Coronavirus is dictating high school football, across the country, we can understand the need for ongoing exposure.

Because we promote high school football in south Florida year-round, there is no need to stop right now.

In the coming weeks, we will have a brief look at the school in south Florida in a segment that we call “QUICK HITS”.

Today, our “QUICK HITS” checks in on the rebuilding Carol City Chiefs.


SCHOOL: Miami Carol City Chiefs

HEAD COACH: Dorrean James

2019 RECORD: 5-6



2022 - Rayquan Adkins, DB

2021 - Jordan Anderson, RB

2021 - Wendell Curry, DB

2021 - Rodney Davis, WR

2022 - Lemme Faulk Jr,RB

2021 - Katravis Geter, RB

2021 - Jordan Jean, RB

2023 - Keyone Jenkins, QB

2021 - Larrion Louis-Welch, DB

2021 - Tyrese Mitchell, WR

2021 - Torrae Norris, WR

2021 - Nathan Orr, DE

2021 - Angelo Ponds DB

2021 - Ronald Preston, LB

2022 - Raashaun Rainey, DE

2023 - Gaddy Rawls, RB

2021 - Donche Robinson, DB

2021 - Clark Seal, WR

2024 - Antonio Smith, QB

2022 - Duane Thomas Jr, Athlete

2021 - Markeith Thomas, WR/DB

SUMMARY: For those who follow high school football in south Florida, nobody has to tell you how disappointing 2019 was for this football program.

With head coach Benedict Hyppolite moving on to the collegiate level before the start of the season, the scramble was on to find a head coach and live up to the hype that surrounded this team as it headed to Class 4A for the first year.

Despite things not moving the way many expected – with some stunning losses – the Chiefs still managed to qualify for the playoffs, coming up with key wins down the stretch.

The off season began with the hiring of a new coach. Someone, while he came from nearby Northwestern, knew the landscape of football in the competitive inner city – and followed that up with the hiring of several tremendous coaches.

While some underclassmen left and transferred to other schools, this team has been fortunate to have held on to some key players and bring a few others into something very promising.

As 4A continues to be very competitive, this is a program that may have enough talent and athletes to pull some more surprises as they set the tone for the future.

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