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” stays in Miami with a trip to Palmer Trinity.
SCHOOL: Miami Palmer Trinity Falcons
HEAD COACH: Mark Reese
2019 RECORD: 5-5
WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020
2024 – Lucas Alonso, WR/DB
2022 – Matthew Bauer, FB/LB
2023 – Daniel Benitez, OL/DL
2021 – Carlos Callejo, RB/DB
2021 – Jose Corbo, Athlete
2023 – Aden Davenport, QB
2021 – Matthew Dylewski, WR/DB
2023 – Matthew Ehrenreich, RB/LB
2022 – Jackson Graef, OL/DL
2024 – Lou Kipp, OL/DL
2021 – Grant Kleber, OL/DL
2023 – Ryan Kleber, WR/DB
2022 – Marcos Leon, PK
2023 – Rene Paez, RB/LB
2022 – Robbie Robertson, WR/DB
2021 – Kyndal Royal, WR/DB
2023 – Santana Wooten, LB/RB
2021 - Caleb Young, OL/DL
Summary: Another of the programs that has had its share of talent, but often flies under the radar screen.
From playing in the Miami-Dade Independent championship game against Florida Christian to competing against some of the tougher schools in their class, this is a program that has shown plenty of improvement.
Just look that the roster and you will see plenty of talent – with a major portion of the athletes being part of a future that the Falcons believe will be very bright.
With key younger players such as Santana Wooten and Robbie Robertson – to veteran leadership like Corbo, Young, Dylewski, Grant Kleber and Callejo.
What does 2020 look like for this program? The coaching staff is very optimistic about the blend of talent – and how this team finished the 2019 season.
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