Broward high schools

Broward county’s elite football players

 

QUARTERBACKS

Player School Class
1. Jaranta LewisCypress BaySr.
2. John FranklinSouth PlantationSr.
3. Mike WhiteUniversitySr.
4. John O’KornSt. Thomas AquinasSr.
5. Tyler CogswellAmerican HeritageSr.

RUNNING BACKS

Player School Class
1. Sony MichelAmerican HeritageJr.
2. Alex CollinsSouth PlantationSr.
3. Fred CoppetSt. Thomas AquinasSr.
4. Cameron RigbyMiramarJr.
5. Matt DayesCypress BaySr.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Player School Class
1. Stacy ColeyNortheastSr.
2. Jordan CunninghamUniversitySr.
3. Trevon LeeCardinal GibbonsJr.
4. Corey HolmesSt. Thomas AquinasJr.
5. Sean AvantMiramarSr.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN

Player School Class
1. Sandley Jean-FelixBoyd AndersonSr.
2. Kyle SchaffenackerSt. Thomas AquinasSr.
3. Jordan BudwigUniversitySr.
4. Michael MirandaMiramarSr.
5. Jason RaeCypress BaySr.

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN

Player School Class
1. Joey BosaSt. Thomas AquinasSr.
2. Maquedius BainUniversitySr.
3. Alvonte BellEvergladesSr.
4. Monty NelsonPlantationSr.
5. Khairi ClarkChaminadeJr.

LINEBACKERS

Player School Class
1. Jermaine GraceMiramarSr.
2. Michael DeebAmerican HeritageSr.
3. Skai MooreUniversitySr.
4. Nico MarleyCypress BaySr.
5. Lance VirgileSt. Thomas AquinasSr.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

Player School Class
1. Rashard RobinsonBlanche ElySr.
2. Sojourn SheltonPlantationSr.
3. Adrian BakerChaminadeSr.
4. Quincy WilsonUniversityJr.
5. Bryant GrossAmerican HeritageSr.

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