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” heads back to Broward County a look at one-time powerhouse Pompano Beach Blanche Ely
SCHOOL: Pompano Beach Blanche Ely Tigers
HEAD COACH: C.J. Wimberly
2019 RECORD: 7-4
WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020
2021 – Trevon Allen, LB
2021 – David Bell, OL/DL
2022 – Shavorez Bowers, Athlete
2022 – Solomon Dade, DL
2021 – Dwante Deas, WR/DB
2021 – Schneider Etienne, PK
2022 – Chauncey Fleming, OL/DL
2023 – Antwan Foulkes, OL/DL
2021 – Denard Little, RB
2022 – Nickson Lormeus, OL
2021 – Tyquaris Mallory, LB
2023 – Kris Mason, WR
2021 – Jerimaiya Mitchell, DB
2021 – Jomel Mompas, DB
2021 – Daryn Phillpe, Athlete
2022 – Joshua Prince, OL
2021 – Steeven Voltaire, LB
2021 – Ahmad Wright, LB
SUMMARY: There was a time years back when Blanche Ely was expected to make the playoffs and have a great shot of making the state playoffs.
While those times were in the past, head coach C.J. Wimberly and his coaching staff have now made it a priority to get this program back in that position once again.
In making the playoffs a year ago, losing to Delray Beach Atlantic twice in the last three games of the season, this is a program – from coaches to players – that tasted success, and have made it a priority.
As the approach for the 2020 is optimistic, the Tigers will use those experiences to grow and mature. There are several top-flight football players who more than ready for the challenge.
These standout athletes have made every effort possible – and there is a work ethic that fully expects to be in the mix in 2020.
While winning is a major objective, building a foundation is a huge priority.
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