What this off-season has done for so many area athletes is to give them the opportunity to make up for the lost time from this past year’s pandemic.
No matter what class they play in – or what college they have in mind, these athletes in south Florida continue to elevate their standing by competing pretty much year-round.
Having the pleasure of watching so many football prospects LIVE in game conditions, we have that opportunity to discover much more than the athletes that are hyped and pushed out by every recruiting service and fan website.
Anyone can watch a film and be an “expert”, but very few can make the effort to promote prospects nobody sees or talks about by watching them play.
PLAYER: Gabriel Herrera
SCHOOL: Miami Monsignor Pace
SCOUTING: If you watch enough football, you will understand that there are so many student/athletes who are overlooked – left out of the mix.
This being one of the most talent-rich areas in the nation, the exposure that the football prospects receive is like no other. It has always been that way.
With college coaches not watching as many games and players live – like they have before this Coronavirus – top-flight prospects will always find a way to showcase their skills.
In Herrera, you have a true student/athlete, who gets it done in the classroom – as well as being a tremendous teammate with plenty of talent and leadership.
What head coach Mario Perez and the Spartans have had in this young man is the blueprint. He is the kind of athlete that you use as an example of how to be -on and off the playing field.
Watching him play and you will see all the hard work, leadership and love for the game and his work in the classroom.
This is definitely the type of prospect you build your team around, and the Spartans have done just that over the past three years.
If you are looking to change your program – all the way around – you add someone like this. Win/win all the way around!
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