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” move back to Broward and checks in on the Coconut Creek Cougars.
SCHOOL: Coconut Creek Cougars
HEAD COACH: Johnnie Sloan
2019 RECORD: 5-5
WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020
2022 – Michael Barnes, RB/WR
2021 – Romareo Beckford, S/WR
2021 – Emilson Blanc, DL/OL
2021 – Joel Felder, Athlete
2021 – Darion Gray Jr., OC
2022 – Damian Heller, RB/LB
2023 – Jeffrey Hernandez, K/P
2022 – Keshaun Hudson, DT
2022 – Ardarius McIntyre, LB/DE
2022 – Trevell Mullen, CB
2021 – Syncere Pegues, DB
2021 – Rendell Pierre-Vil, OT
2021 – Jonny Simon, RB
2021 – Zachary Thomas, LB
2022 – L.J. Watkins Jr., RB
SUMMARY: When Gerald Cox arrived at Coconut Creek High, he brought with him enough experience to help turn the Cougars around.
As he departs for a position as head coach at defending 4A state champions Miami Booker T. Washington, he leaves talent and a solid coaching staff that is ready to continue bringing this team along – and making a huge push for a playoff spot in 2020.
With plenty of talent and a number of coaches that will make sure that this group works hard, there is a great feeling around this program that looks to replace some key athletes from 2019.
No matter what the outcome is this coming season, you can guarantee that this is a team that will put in the work necessary to make the Cougars a very competitive program.
This has long been a program that produces some impressive football players, and first year head coach Johnnie Sloan and Assistant Head Coach Chris Yeargin will make sure that continues.
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