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Public vs. Private All-Star Football Game

No matter where you go these days, the issue of Public vs. Private is a hot topic when it comes to school choices and athletics.

In south Florida, where there are more football prospects than in any other area of the nation, the choice where to head to school is often confusing. While the battle will always rage on, it’s refreshing to know that there is finally an arena to settle the score.

On Jan. 9, 2010, the 1st Annual Private vs. Public All-Star High School Football Game will take place at Miami’s Monsignor Pace High School, 15600 N.W. 32nd Ave., Miami Gardens.

The event, sponsored by Trainersrus.net and promoted by the Miami Herald, Elite Scouting Services and the Miami Dolphins High School Gridiron Show on WQAM (560 AM Radio), will kickoff at 6:30 p.m.

Teams are currently being put together, featuring some of the best public and private school players in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. All rosters and game information will be posted in the Miami Herald as well as on radio.

In addition to the all-star game, Trainersrus.net will also host a high school combine for rising juniors in the region with registration beginning at 8 a.m. and the combine getting started at 8:30 a.m. on the same day as the game.

The information gathered at the combine will not go to fan websites or made public. The information will be furnished directly to colleges, giving juniors a major advantage in recruiting for the Class of 2011.

Registration fee for the combine is $25 and forms can be downloaded at www.Trainersrus.net.

For information about the all-star game or combine, contact Mario Smith at 786-285-3699.

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