"I always knew I was better than him. Now I have my chance to prove it." -- Hialeah quarterback Juan Soto on last year's QB competition with Bidner Dorlean, who has since transfered to Booker T. Washington.
"I'm not trying to be another Eugene Smith. I'm just trying to be me." --Miramar quarterback Ryan Williams, who showed off a canon-arm on Tuesday. Williams trasnfered from American Heritage to Miramar this summer.
"Right now we're missing some guys, but I think we can have success like last year." -- Columbus coach Chris Merritt.
Against Hialeah, Jackson's defense forced six turnovers and looked like the fastest unit on in the park.
Although they were on the camp roster, Miami Northwestern did not show up at Central Park on Tuesday.
If possible, Hialeah defensive end and blue chip recruit Corey Lemonier looked bigger than at the end of last season. Lining up in coverage, Lemonier stayed step-for-step with most receivers.
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