If there was anything that came out of this year that was positive – it had to be the way so many prospects -in all classes - stepped up to grab that spotlight.
No matter what college they have in mind, these athletes in south Florida will have plenty of support in helping to promote these gems.
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.
The objective has always been about the kids, grades, exposure and
PLAYER: Tovani Mizell
SCHOOL: Fort Lauderdale Stranahan
SCOUTING: If you are on social media, you have watched him run, lift, condition and turn heads as a youngster, who was strong and fast – to being a football prospect at Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy – and now – as a freshman at Stranahan.
Here is the blueprint for the athlete of today. Size, strength, physical ability and plenty of skill as just a 9th grader. This is one of these athletes who will never shy away from competition. He has worked too hard.
Here is someone who has long understood that you get out what you put in, and here is a talented football player who has certainly done what it has taken, as a runner and linebacker that enjoyed his first season with a larger school.
What he did for the Dragons is help to elevate the program with younger, gifted football players – like Mizell and so many others that this program has been able to bring along.
Those who have watched him perform over the years have long predicted that getting someone this big, fast, physical and athletic - is an asset for the Dragons.
In addition to what he does in high school, the many events that he has appeared in has also been a major plus for his exposure.
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