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Miami Northwestern’s Kahlil Brantley Is Indeed The Ultimate Team Player For The Bulls

The one thing that you find out about south Florida athletes is they grow up in a competitive football universe and are often looked upon to play more than one position.

Because youth football is so impressive in this region of the country, it is not unusual to find many of these young athletes performing at three and four different positions on both sides of the ball, which includes special teams.

Coaches make the most of their football talent by placing them at a number of spots that will end up helping their teams win football games.

Look at some of the athletes who many of us know who are now playing in the NFL and most of them have played more than one position while growing up – and even at the high school level.


PLAYER: Kahlil Brantley


SCHOOL: Miami Northwestern

CLASS: 2021

HEIGHT: 6-2.5


SCOUTING: During the off season while competing in a 7-on-7 tournament, this impressive athlete was asked to play quarterback – and while many smiled when he took snaps during the competition – they were not laughing after watching his pinpoint passes sail into the waiting arms of receivers.

While quarterback will not be the position that this quality University of Miami commitment will play this coming season for the three-time defending state champion Bulls, it does show you how talented and versatile this young man is.

Whether it’s as a wideout, slot of even tight end, here is a very impressive prospect that has shown that he will be a force no matter where he plays.

The reason why the Bulls are among the nation’s best is because of players like Brantley, who puts the team first.

In addition to being an impressive football player, this is also the ultimate team player who is the first to congratulate his teammates after a big play – on either side of the ball.



For the past 50 years, we have spent more time on football fields than anyone in the country. From games to practices, camps, combines and 7-on-7 events, nobody has evaluated more football talent than we have – and as we are in the midst of a pandemic like no other time before – we will remain steadfast to promote all south Florida’s high school football prospects. Follow us on Facebook (Larry Blustein- SFHSports) and Twitter (@SFHSSports - @larryblustein). Contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..