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He looks facially like a young Teddy Bridgewater, his arm strength and accuracy are amazing for anyone – let alone a 16-year-old high school freshman.
Welcome to the world of Cedquan Smith. The left-handed future of Miramar football is indeed someone who has already captured the attention of everyone in just two events that he has appeared in.
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins are now accepting applications for a social justice grant program and Project Change scholarship.
The Dolphins organization has earmarked funds for a social justice grant program to impact organizations in need that are involved in community engagement, education or justice reform. The grant program is guided by an advisory committee of Dolphins players and staff.
After a sophomore season as field general for Southfield A&T (arts and tech), Jeremiah Piper was many things for the Warriors least of which was a budding playmaker. The Class of 2020 athlete is growing into his role as a pocket passer but is already way ahead of the curve as a running quarterback drawing Big Ten recruiting attention.
Davie, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins Junior Dolphins, in partnership with the Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC) and the Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA), continued a seven-year tradition in hosting the Dade vs. Broward All-Star Game presented by Broward College.