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QUICK HITS – Several Changes Have Put Miami Belen Jesuit In An Unusual Position For The 2020 Season

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” travels down to southwest Miami and looks in on first year head coach Don Chaney and Belen Jesuit.

QUICK HITS

SCHOOL: Miami Belen Jesuit Wolverines

HEAD COACH: Donald Chaney Sr.

2019 RECORD: 4-6

LASSIFICATION: 6A

WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020

2022 - Zachary Acosta, LB/SS

2021 - Mariano Brito, DE

2021 - Nicholas Canino, SS/LB

2021 – Pablo Carreno, OL

2022 - Luis Consuegra, DB

2021 - Brandon Deeb, DL

2021 - Danny Del Resiego, OL

2021 - Alex Fernandez, DB

2021 - Isaiah Fuller, DB

2022 - Aidan Girado, RB

2021 - Chris Gomez, DL

2021 - Carlos Grundler, OL

2022 – Ian Johnson, OL

2021 - Jacob Lazo, LB

2021 - Alex Ortiz, DB

2021 - Nick Perez Abreu, DB

2021 - Hayden Puente, RB

2022 - Luke Scanziani, OL

2022 - Gabe Valladares, TE/OL

SUMMARY: If you are a Belen Jesuit football fan, you would prefer to leave 2019 as a memory and move on.

For a program that has been used to winning and controlling their own destiny throughout the years, moving back to 6A proved not to be what this team had envisioned before the season started.

Whatever could go wrong did – and while they attempted everything possible to make a playoff push, it never happened.

As head coach Eddie Delgado moves on to Doral Academy and stellar running back Don Chaney Jr. makes the move to the University of Miami – with a few other graduations, there was some very good news.

Don Chaney Sr., a longtime assistant coach for the Wolverines and a former head coach in south Florida, moves in as head coach – and while there are several key spots to fill, he has plenty of talent – with a mix of veteran and younger players.

If this program is going to jump back into the playoff mix, a lot has to go right, and if you have followed this program long enough, you know that thy will compete and work hard to stay in this mix – right down to the end of the season.

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