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FIU commit Korvic Neat and USF commit Ricardo Dixon chosen to Hawaii All-Star game

Two Hallandale players have been chosen to compete in the first-ever Hawaii vs. Mainland All-Star Game, taking place Friday, Dec. 12 at 8p.m. in Hawaii's Aloha Stadium.

The "Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl" is produced by Football University, an invitation-only camp for elite-level youth and prep players, in conjunction with the Hawaii Union Builders (HUB) Foundation. Neat, an FIU commitment, was one of the top running backs in Broward this season, rushing for 1,158 yards and 13 touchdowns while Dixon, a South Florida commit, was one of the top defensive backs with seven interceptions.

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