Things are changing when it comes to off season football – and in south Florida – you can already see it happening.
There was a time when 7-on-7 teams would wait until the first and second week of January to host tryouts, but that is certainly not the case anymore.
There is a sense this spring and summer that this may be the most important time of year for all athletes.
With the pandemic forcing college coaches to miss out on two consecutive spring evaluation periods, college coaches will finally get to see and talk to recruits starting June 1, so there is a lot to catch up on.
As this season begins to wind down, the one thing that we continued to do during the pandemic and throughout 2020 is to promote every athlete in south Florida.
No matter what class they play in – or what college they have in mind, we will promote EVERY PROSPECT in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.
When it comes to south Florida, nothing is ever a given, and on the football field, it plays out every single year.
Athletes who may not be in the immediate plans one year can watch their fortunes change almost overnight. It happens all the time.
Because of the talent that is produced on youth football fields from Florida City to Jupiter, athletes are prepared for high school football more than ever before.
There are some programs who just seem to produce players at certain positions.
It doesn’t matter what year it is – or the personnel, programs just have a knack of putting out players – at certain programs.
While Miramar is certainly a defensive-oriented team with famed “Darkside Defense”, the Patriots have long been known as a place where defensive backs are born, bred and cultivated.