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SPOTLIGHT

Signing Day Interview: Chris CottoLarry Blustein interviews Hallandale receiver Chris Cotto, who signed with Western Kentucky, during the SFHSSports National Signing Day Party at Twin Peaks Davie.
Signing Day Interview: Keyshawn "Pie" YoungLarry Blustein interviews Miami High receiver Keyshawn "Pie" Young, who signed with the University of Southern California, during the annual SFHSSports National Signing Day Party at Twin Peaks Davie.
Signing Day Interview: Stephen Buckshot CalvertLarry Blustein interviews Carol City quarterback Stephen Calvert, who signed with Liberty, during the annual SFHSSports Signing Day Party at Twin Peaks Davie.
National Signing Day: Central RocketsMiami Central signs another marquee group of seniors, headlined by safety Jamel Cook - who surprised everyone when he picked Southern California over Florida State.
National Signing Day: Flanagan FalconsFlanagan signs one of its biggest football classes - including one of the surprises of the day with receiver Dredrick Snelson choosing Central Florida over Penn State.
National Signing Day: American HeritageAmerican Heritage has a total of 27 student-athletes sign national letters of intent Wednesday. Among them were 10 football players, including defensive end Brian Burns - who signed with Florida State University.

IN THE HUDDLE

In The Huddle: Victor Tucker – Carol CityWith all the top-flight prospects this program has at this position, here is a talented football player who has been learning and making major strides since he was a sophomore.
In The Huddle: Victor Harvey, Jr. – St. Thomas AquinasThere are so many young and very talented defensive secondary prospects in south Florida, and the Raiders have one of the most talented you will find anywhere.
In The Huddle: Rau Lee Davis – Blanche ElyPeople ask how so many gifted athletes can escape the hotbed that south Florida has become in football? The answer is a lot of reasons that happens, and while some get out of here without a lot attention, prospects like this Davis had the chance to show what he can do this past season, and that’s why he will start to get more attention. He is a quality player.
In The Huddle: Gustavious Dames – Booker T. WashingtonDames is one of those talents who started to come along in his senior year – making a huge impact for the four-time defending Class 4A state champions.
In The Huddle: Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald – Dade ChristianIf you want to talk about a raw athlete, who has the size and physical ability to play this game for a long time, here he is. A touted basketball prospect, Abadi-Fitzgerald is truly a canvas that any coach can take and mold into a big-time football talent.
In The Huddle: E.J. Rodger – Archbishop McCarthyYet another talented young man that head coach Byron Walker talked about since his sophomore season. Because of his experience and leadership, there was no doubt that this was one of the players responsible for such a great season the Mavericks enjoyed.

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